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The National Council of Jewish
Women Greater Detroit Section recent-
ly held its Jewish Youth Awards ceremo-
ny. This year's top winner was Eric
Hoffman, who received a $1,000 schol-
arship. The awards are made possible
through Betty and
Grant Silverfarb. Bobbie
Patt and Lois Granader
chaired the event.
The topic for this
year's essay was "How
does media presentation
of Jewish issues affect
you and your peers?"
Judges were Hadar
Granader, Susan Kurtzman, Judy
Rosenberg, Dr. Sheldon Schwartz and
Marsha Zucker. All participants received
a copy of the book The Golden Land by
Rabbi Joseph Telushkin and a $100
Hoffman of Farmington Hills attends
Walled Lake Western High School. He
was sponsored by the B'nai Kith Youth
Organization and is president of Great
Lakes Council Michigan Region of
The other candidates were Jamie
David, sponsored by Temple Israel;
Jeffrey Ferman, Temple Emanu-El;
Fallon Garfield-Turner, the Jewish
Academy; Julie Brooke Kaplan,
Friendship Circle; Sidney Schechet,
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