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May 31, 2007 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2007-05-31

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JCC Honors Leaders
The Jewish Community Center of
Metropolitan Detroit will honor sever-
al community leaders during its 81st
annual meeting on Wednesday, June 6.
The winners of this year's Susan
Alterman Center Leadership Award
are Barbara Bloom and Ted Wagner.
The President's Award winners are
Manny and Natalie Charach and Marc
Kahn.
Wagner, of Birmingham, is treasurer
of the Jewish Community Center
and sits on the Jewish Federation
Insurance Committee. He serves on
the executive committee and board of
Kadima Mental Health Services and is
a lifetime director of Jewish Council
for Youth Services in Chicago.
Bloom, of Birmingham, serves on
the Center's board of directors and is a
member of the Jimmy Prentis Morris
Committee. She is former chairman
of the Center's MusicFest, a former
member of JARC, a member of the
board of directors for Shalom Street
and a trustee of the Jewish Women's
Foundation.
Presidents Award winners Manny
and Natalie Charach have a longstand-
ing commitment to the Jewish com-
munity, beginning with their early
affiliation with the Jewish Community
Center on Woodward Avenue. They
have since been active in such orga-
nizations as JARC, Gilda's Club and
Magen David Adorn, through which
they donated 31 ambulances to the
State of Israel — the largest dona-
tion by any one family. The Charachs
further endowed the Natalie and
Manny Charach Cancer Center at
Huron Valley-Sinai and the Natalie
and Manny Charach Medical Center, a
Magen David Center in Ashdod, Israel.
Kahn is a director of the forensic
accounting firm, the Whall Group. He
is a founding partner of DynamicHR,
a human-resource administra-

tion company in Auburn Hills, and
serves as vice president of finance for
VisionlT, one of the fastest-growing
IT companies in the country. He is a
member of the American Institute
of Certified Public Accountants and
the Michigan Association of Certified
Public Accountants and sits on the
executive committee and board of
directors of the Jewish Community
Center of Metropolitan Detroit.

Steven J. Migliore of Commerce
Township, a second-year law stu-
dent at Wayne State University Law
School in Detroit, has been appointed
editor in chief of the Wayne Law
Review. Migliore is the out-going vice
president of the Jewish Law Students
Association.

Beth Raz, the
director of the
Early Childhood
Department of
Yeshivat Akiva in
Southfield, has been
invited to become
a Covenant-JECEI
Fellow. The program
trains leaders in
Jewish early childhood education.

Beverly Baker has
made an endow-
ment gift to the
Chamber Music
Society of Detroit
that totals $100,000
(including match-
ing funds from
Baker
the Community
Foundation for
Southeast Michigan and her recently
accumulated endowment gifts). This
will create the second named endow-
ment fund for the organization.

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