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May 14, 2004 - Image 56

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2004-05-14

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RELAY
FOR LIFE

A Team Event to Fight Cancer

There is still time for you
to get involved!

Dinner Honors Brothers

As the signature event of the
American Cancer Society, Relay
for Life is a 24 hour celebration of
life for cancer survivors, a
memorial for loved ones lost and a
rally for the community to fight
cancer.

EVERYONE IS WELCOME!!!

Join us at the West Bloomfield High
School from 10:00 a.m. on Saturday,
June 11 - 10:00 a.m. on Sunday, June 12
or one of over 30 other locations here
in Southeast Michigan. You can walk
in the cancer survivor's victory lap,
purchase a luminaria in honor of
someone who has battled cancer,
make a donation, or simply join us in
walking some laps.

Temple Elects Officers

For more information or about registering a team of your own, call the
American Cancer Society at 248.557.5353.

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Keter Torah Synagogue will honor
Albert, Isaac and David Ben-Ezra
Wednesday, June 23, at a synagogue
dinner at the Jewish Community
Center in West Bloomfield. The recep-
tion will begin at 6 p.m.; dinner will
follow at 7 p.m.
The Ben-Ezra brothers have been
active with the Sephardic Community
of Greater Detroit for many years.
They own Weatherguard Windows and
Empire Doors & Windows.
Yoel Sharabi will entertain with
modern Israeli, classic Yemenite and
popular Chasidic melodies. He is also a
guitarist, plays the dumbek and flutes.
Honorary chairs for the event are
Shelley and Joel Tauber. Dinner co-
chairs are Suzi Benaderet, Pamela
David and Marcia Harris. Katie
Marcus is tribute journal chair.
For dinner or journal information,
call the synagogue office, (248) 681-
3665.

The newly elected
officers of Temple
Israel are: presi-
dent, Susan C.
Yorke; vice presi-
dents, Robert J.
Gordon, Gerson
I. Cooper, Stanley
H. Finsilver and
Marc G.
Whitefield; treas-
urer, Julie August;
secretary, Dr.
Yorke
Edward M. Royal
and past president,
Dr. Jerrold H. Weinberg.
Members of the board of trustees
include Sarin. Lash Bagdade, Alan H.
Barry, Marc Belsky, Lisa Berman,
Cheryl Bocknek, Phyllis E. Chess,
Ronald J. Chess, Carol Lynn Cooper,
Arthur Dubin, Jeffrey L. Dwoskin,
Ted Efros, Fred Erlich, Richard
Feldman, Rosanne Fienman, Stuart J.
Fine, Elnora A. Finkelstein, Bryant
M. Frank, Robert E. Franklin, Mark
Goodman, Francine B. Hack, Barbara
Hechtman, Barry L. Howard, Eileen
Isenberg, Cynthia R. Kandel,
Stephanie Keywell, Paula B. Korelitz,
Francine Price Krasner, Kay Kutinsky,
Robert Sanford Leider, Doron Levin,
Kenneth M. Lipson, Steven H.
Malach, Kenneth Marblestone,
Robert E. Mellen, Marc S. Metzger,
Dr. Laurence A. Miller, Richard A.
Monash, Mitchell A. Mondry, Leslie
L. Murphy, Alan Nathan, Michelle H.
Passon, Joseph A. Roberts, Dr. Linda

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