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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-08-29

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Pictured at the Michigan Region Women's American ORT planned giving event at
the home of Paula and Louis Glazier are Harriet Jacobson, Michigan region co-
chair; Robert Kass, speaker; Dee Bass, national co-chair; Dorothy Superstine,
Michigan co-chair; Louis and Paula Glazier, hosts.

Sculpture Sale
Benefits JCC

A sculpture exhibit, sale and fund-raiser
to benefit the Jewish Community
Center of Metropolitan Detroit's Kids
All Together program will take place
Aug. 27 to Sept. 1. All sculptures are by
artist Jerry Soble.
The event will be noon-5 p.m. each
day at his gallery, 3819 LaPlaya in
Orchard Lake. Admission is free, with
refreshments and valet parking. More

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than 75 pieces of art will be available for
purchase at reduced prices. All purchases
are tax-deductible and proceeds will be
matched by the Jewish Fund.
The Kids All Together program pro-
vides inclusive camp, preschool and
recreational programs for all children
with special needs at the JCC. Serving
more than 150 children annually, the
program provides one-on-one support
so that children with special needs can
learn, grow and have fun alongside their
siblings, friends, neighbors and peers.
For more information: (248) 432-
5460.

For his years of service to the Jewish
Federation and United Foundation
of Metropolitan Detroit and their
partner agencies and for his
strengths as a leader and mentor,
Michael W. Maddin of West
Bloomfield has
been named the
2003 recipient of
the Fred M. Butzel
Award.
The Butzel is
named for the late
Detroit humani-
tarian Fred M.
Butzel.
The award is
presented each year
at the combined annual meeting of
Federation and the United Jewish
Foundation. This year's presentation
is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. Tuesday,
Sept. 30, at Congregation Beth
Shalom. The community is invited.
Maddin is president and managing
director of Maddin, Hauser, Wartell,
Roth and Heller PC. He was presi-
dent of the United Jewish
Foundation from 1995 to 1997 and
chair of its Endowment Fund. He
received the 1998 Endowment
Achievement Award of the Council
of Jewish Federations-United Jewish
Appeal Partnership.
Maddin received the 1999
Leonard N. Simons History Award
for his dedication to preserving
Detroit's Jewish history for future
generations and in recognition for
being co-chair of the community's
100th anniversary celebration.

Rabbi Isaacs A
Top Professional

Rabbi Judah Isaacs, director of
Federation's Alliance for Jewish
Education, has earned the 2003
Mandell and Madeleine Berman
Award for
Outstanding
Professional
Service.
The award rec-
ognizes outstand-
ing contributions
of communal pro-
fessionals
employed by the
Isaacs
Jewish Federation

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