A Program of ElderLink
Sinai-Grace Benefit Set
Sinai-Grace Hospital will hold its
third Affair of the Heart dinner
dance on Saturday, Oct. 16, at the
Ritz-Carlton Hotel in Dearborn.
The chairs of this year's event are
Dr. Alex and Patricia Pickens of -
Detroit, Alan and Sandy Schwartz
of Franklin, and Dr. Robert and
Linda Michaels of Bloomfield Hills.
Proceeds from this year's black tie
ball will be used to purchase new
equipment for the hospital's
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
(NICU), which treats hundreds of
premature and fragile newborns
each year. Tickets for the Affair of
the Heart are $250 per person
Information about sponsorships,
advertising and tickets is available
by contacting the hospital's
Development Office, (313) 966-
•Forget where you put your keys?
•Forget if you locked the door?
•Forget someone's name?
• Get frustrated when you can't always remember things?
Do you want to improver your memory?
If your answer to any of these
questions is "yes," then the
Memory Club is for you. You
are invited to attend a unique
new program for mature
persons experiencing memory
Sports Night Held
The benefactors of the Jewish Home
& Aging Services held its annual
sports night and installation
Monday, May 17, at the
Jim Brandstatter, University of
Michigan and Detroit Lions broad-
caster, sports trivia and prizes were
part of the evening's activities.
Installation officers were Gary
Shiffman and Joel Smith. The new
board is comprised of Lawrence A.
Tower, president; Howard Kowalsky,
first vice president; Dr. Fred Gold,
second vice president; Martin
Begun, treasurer; Jeffrey Fleischman,
If you want to make a positive difference in your life, join the Memory Club!
• Memory Training Sessions
• Regularly Scheduled Field Trips
• Memory-enhancing Games - Music - Crafts
• Volunteer Opportunities
• Exercise Classes
• Lunch Provided
For more information contact:
Shirley Jarcaig MSW, CSW - Memory Club Coordinator at JVS • (248) 233-4247
The Memory Club is brought to you by:
Jewish Home & Aging Services and JVS - Realizing Life's Potential
in partnership with
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Kadima Board Named
At the annual meeting of Kadima,
D. Michael Kratchman of
Bloomfield Hills was installed as
president of the board of directors.
Other executive board members
are Perry Ohren, president-elect;
Gary Dembs, Richard Ludwig,
Barbara Eisenberg, vice presidents;
Jim Miller, treasurer; Gail Katz, sec-
Dr. Kyle A. Glasgow was named
employee of the year. Geta
Richmond was honored for her nine
years of dedicated service as
Kadima's clinical director.
This program is made possible by a generous gift from the Shirley Harris Fund.
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