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featuring our 2004 graduates!
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We are very proud of you
and all your accomplishments!
May your future be filled with
health, happiness and success.
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Horn, Dad, Chuck, Jordan, lach,
Laura, Giulio, Justin, Drake & Luca
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Remove the garlic from the oven
and chop it. Mix it with the remain-
ing olive oil (if any), balsamic vinegar,
mint and basil in a small bowl.
Drizzle the dressing over the vegeta-
bles and sprinkle the cheese cubes on
top (do not mix the cheese with the
dressing because it will stain the white
cheese). Serve at room temperature.
Makes 8 large servings.
BEEF OR LAMB KEBABS
There are so many wonderful chicken
kebab recipes — here's another easy
one to add to your collection.
12 bamboo skewers soaked in water
for 30 minutes
2 pounds boneless and skinless
chicken breast cut into 1-inch pieces
or, 2 pounds leg of lamb, cut into f-
1/4 cup extra-virgin olive oil
juice of 2 lemons
2 T. minced garlic
2 t. ground paprika
2 t. dried oregano
1 t. ground cumin
1/2 t. ground cayenne pepper
1 red onion, cut into 1-inch pieces
fresh ground black pepper
In a large zipper-style bag, combine
chicken or lamb cubes with the oil,
lemon, garlic, paprika, oregano,
cumin and cayenne pepper. Close the
bag and turn the chicken many times
to coat it with the mixture. Chill the
meat in the bag for 30 minutes to 2
hours (you may marinate the lamb for
longer if you wish).
Prepare the grill to medium-high.
Alternate the chicken or lamb pieces
with onion on the skewers (discard the
marinade). Grill the kebabs, turning
them occasionally, until the meat is
just cooked through, from 9-15 min-
utes depending on your grill (do not
overcook). Makes 8-12 servings.
The JWI Bowling Association of
Metropolitan Detroit held its 53rd
annual City Tournament in March at
Bel Aire Lanes in Farmington. Winners:
Team High Series: Galilee Dreycups,
5854 (Leigh Herskovic, Lynda
Steinberg, Barbara Redstone, Marianne
Pesick and Dianne Schneider). Galilee
Hallie Lu Yahs, 5789, (Annette
Rubinstein, Carolyn Fine, Andrea Reid,
Carol Shapiro and Hallie Serlin
Team High Game: Galilee Katie's
Ladies, 1027, (Dena Wein, Debbie
Wein, Marian Guttman, Aida Cutler
and Soralee Broida). Galilee Better to
Be Lucky Than Good, 1020, (Shelley
Gershune, Claire Richmond, Renee
May, Natalie Katkowsky and Sharon
Net All Events: A Div.: Hallie
Serling,1070; Dianne Schneider, 1055.
B: Natalie Katkowsky, 866; Dena Wein,
Gross All Events: A: Caron Goldfine,
1257; Marianne Pesick, 1236. B: Renee
May, 1199; Marian Guttman, 1172.
Individual High Series Net: A: Sandy
Oleinick, 534; Annette Rubinstein,
504. B: Lynda Steinberg, 460; Gari
Individual High Series Gross: A: Dana
Glinski, 636; Sharon Winans, 622. B:
Debbie Levinson, 606; Claire
Individual High Game Net: A:
Carolyn Fine, 190; Cidnie Herold, 189.
B: Gert Feldman, 185; Lena Hurvitz,
Individual High Game Gross: A: Sue
Nusholtz, 239; Shelley Gershune, 226.
B: Rhoda Morks, 236; Marsha Bloom,
The following officers were installed
at the awards banquet at Peking House
in Royal Oak: Bahni Lin, president;
Dana Glinski, vice president; Leigh
Herskovic, treasurer; and Dianne