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February 01, 2007 - Image 44

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2007-02-01

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Detroit native Kid Rock and
Museum of Contemporary
Art acting director Marsha
Miro of Bloomfield Hills





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The 2007 AutoGlow! enchanted guests w

of the $6 million raised at the
he raw and cavernous
North
American International
space of an urban art
Auto
Show
Charity Preview,
museum — housed in a
which
also
benefits
10 other
former auto dealership — was
Michigan
children's
charities.
transformed into a black-tie
"It's
just
a
wonderful
cause,"
auto show charity preview after-
said
West
Bloomfield
party
party to celebrate with more
planner Gail Ball, who
than 1,000 guests,
organized the lavish
including rap/
AutoGlow!
along with
rocker Kid Rock.
Deborah
Silver
designer
The Detroit-based
of
Keego
Harbor.
superstar, whose
The duo decorated
real name is Robert
the
concrete warehouse
Richie, mingled
museum
with gold stars
with event co-chairs
and
ladders
— as glow-
Danialle and Peter
ing
symbols
of attaining
Karmanos, Jr.
ROBIN SCHWARTZ, COLUMNIST
goals
and
helping
others
and greeted fans at

suspending
them
from
ceil-
AutoGlow! — a benefit held at
ings
and
using
them
to
create
the Museum of Contemporary
elaborate centerpieces. As guests
Art Detroit to raise money for
strolled from room to room,
the Children's Center, one of the
enjoying drinks, hors d'oeuvres,
largest child-serving agencies in
delectable desserts and upbeat
Michigan.
music by Mel Ball and Colours,
"It's always great to have
they were offered soft slippers
events like this," Kid Rock said.
to wear, to soothe their sore feet
"To do something good for the
after a night of walking around
children."
the
auto show floor.
The Jan. 12th AutoGlow!
"I'm
thrilled," Ball said of the
raised more than $850,000 for
room
full
of glamorous guests.
the Children's Center, one of the
"We
worked
for months plan-
nation's first child-guidance clin-
ning
every
detail
and then it all
ics with numerous support pro-
comes
together
in
this magical
grams to help troubled children.

moment

it's
indescribable."
The center will also receive part

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Kate Bush of West Bloomfield, Britni Must of Los Angeles and Samantha Libman of Birmingham;

Gail and Mel Ball of West Bloomfield

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Todd and Lisa Elkin of West Bloomfield; and Marc and Suzie Schechter of Bloomfield Hills with

Rachel Zimmerman of Huntington Woods

Todd and Nikki Fink of Bloomfield Hills; Jackie and Erik Stamell of Bloomfield Hills

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