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October 15, 2004 - Image 44

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2004-10-15

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The Professional Health Services Division

Cover Story


State of Israel Bonds
Development Corporation for Israel
cordially invites you to attend the


from page 43

Mairnonides Tribute Dinner




unonides Award

Recipients, of the State of Israel.


Special Guest Speaker


Editor, Detroit News Editorial Page

Tuesday, October 19, 2004

Congregation Shaarey Zedek • 27375 Bell Road, Southfield

General Chairmen

Dr. William M. Leuchter

Dr. Arthur S. Lieberman

Cocktails and Strolling Dinner 6:00 - 7:30 p.m. a
R.S.V.P. by October 12th

Dr. Harris W. Mainster

Program and Dessert Buffet to follow
Couvert: $125 per person

Development Corporation for Israel

Road, Suite 2440 • Southfield, MI 48034.7667
U ISRAEL BONDS 29777 Telegraph (248)
(888) 352-6556


• 896270

Come Celebrate Shabbat with Noah and Temple Kol Ami

Meet Mr. & Mrs. Noah following the service. Give your special stuffed animal or
favorite doll a Hebrew name. Bring two stuffed animals, one to name anci inie to
donate (no live animals please). Enjoy crafts and a live petting zoo.


Everyone is welcome

Picnic lunch provided

Family-friendly worship service
Saturday, Oct 16, 2004
service and fun 10:30am - 1:30pm

The sixth annual Cookies 'n

Dreams is the major fund-raiser of
the Friends of Camp Malc-A-
Dream, Michigan Chapter. The
event is 5 -8 p.m. Thursday, Oct 28,
at Somerset C,ollection's North
Grand Court Tickets are $55 for
adults and children 17 and younger
pay their age. Tickets can be pur-
chased at the door or by calling
(248) 539-9970.

Call 248.661.0040
for more information






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5085 Walnut Lake Rd • West Bloomfield, MI 48323 • 248.661.0040

hearts with "warm fuzzies,” notes of love
and encouragement tucked inside deco-
rated paper mailbags hanging in the din-
ing hall.
They also get warm fuzzies by inter-
acting with camp founders and resident
"grandparents," Harry and Sylvia
Granader of Beverly Hills. It was Harry's
dream to start a camp for kids with can-
cer and he found ample room on his
14,000-acre ranch amid draft horses;:
cattle, roaming buffalo and gently
rolling hills.
The Granaders eat all their meals With
the campers and participate in many
activities. Both have become adept at
dealing loaded hands of blackjack during
Las Vegas night.
"The kids look up to them; they are
respectful and want to be around them,"
says Cindy Cohen of West Bloomfield, a
former child life specialist at St. Joseph
Mercy Oakland in Pontiac who volun-
teered at camp in 2003.
For one week in the wilds of
Montana, these kids — and their sib-
lings who have a week devoted to them
as well — can put cancer in the back-
ground and just be kids.
"Cancer doesn't define them, and they
don't want it to," says Jennifer Benton of
Children's Oncology Camp Foundation,
the Missoula-based nonprofit that oper-
ates the camp. "They gain tools and
friendships so they can go home and live
more fully."
And they can take the positive rela-
tionships and experiences with them for-
Harry ends each weekly camp session
with a heartfelt speech to the campers.
He says it generally goes something like
this: "I am amazed to see so much pas-
sion, understanding, loyalty and love for
each other. Always have a positive men-
tal attitude and don't give up. May all
your dreams come true." ❑

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