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June 01, 2006 - Image 50

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2006-06-01

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To Life!

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Four generations of the Gurvitz family delighted to celebrate together: from

left to right, seated: Ben Gurvitz, 95, of West Bloomfield; son and daugh-

ter-in-law Allan and Linda Gurvitz of West Bloomfield; standing: daughter

Carol Colman of Lexington, Mass.; niece Sydelle Sonkin of West Bloomfield;

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Most Senior Class


hat's the secret of longev-
ity? To honor those who
have memories spanning
nearly a century here in Detroit, the
Jewish Federation of Metropolitan
Detroit hosted its fifth annual cel-
ebration of Older Americans Month,
with a brunch May 19 at the Jewish
Community Center in.Oak Park.
Nearly 200 family members and
-friends celebrated with the 34 honor-
ees, who represent the community's
most "senior class" at ages 95 and
older. .

With the generous support of the
family of the late Bessie Spector, the
event is a community-wide project of
the Jewish Federation of Metropolitan
Detroit's ElderLink network of agen-
cies: Jewish Apartments &.Services,
Jewish Community Center, Jewish
Family Service, Jewish Home and
Aging Services and JVS.
This year's event chair was
Carol Weintraub Fogel, who chairs
ElderLink's community education
subcommittee. E

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June 1 ® 2006


Medical Miracles

Technion-Israel Institute of Technology Professor Karl L. Skorecki of Haifa presented his
compelling research on human embryonic stem cells, genetics and other medical miracles
at "Our Bodies...Our Lives" sponsored by the American Technion Society and B'nai B'rith
Great Lakes Region, which took place at Temple Israel in West Bloomfield on May 2. Shown
are Kent Shiner, international chair of the Senior Advocacy Program; Arline Bittker, chair .
of the B'nai B'rith International Stem Cell Program; John Rofel, local B'nai B'rith past
president; and Stephen Zorn, B'nai B'rith Great Lakes Region president.

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