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Call for Nominees for the 20th Annual

for Outstanding Professional Service

created by Mandell L. and Madeleine Ii. Berman

Eligibility for Nomination

All Jewish communal professionals employed by local constituent

agencies of the Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Detroit, who have been
working in the Detroit Jewish community a minimum of five years, may be
nominated for the Mandell and Madeleine Berman Award.

Criteria for Selection

A Center Of Hope
Countless miracles like Erik's will
take place inside the new cardio-
vascular center. Heart disease is
the nation's and Michigan's leading
cause of death. Every year, about
700,000 Americans have their first
heart attack or chest pain episode.
The five-story, 350,000-square-foot
building, at the corner of Ann and
Observatory streets, will provide
one-stop access to most of U-M's
adult heart and vascular care and
allow specialists from various dis-
ciplines to work together in a whole
new way.
"Our obligation is to pursue
seminal research in preventing and
treating heart disease and offer
compassionate care at the bound-
aries of contemporary medicine
said Dr. Jim Stanley, one of the new
center's four directors. Two Jewish
doctors, Dr. David Pinsky, chief of
adult cardiovascular medicine and
Dr. Richard Prager, chief of adult
cardiac surgery, will also serve as
directors. Several prominent Jewish
donors contributed to the project.
"We may never completely
defeat cardiovascular disease, but
we're going to fight the good fight:'
Dr. Gupta said. "This grand new
structure of ours will empower
and enlarge our campaign. This is
going to become a strategic force in
the fight against heart and artery
disease." l

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For more information on the
U-M Cardiovascular Center, go
to www.umcvc.org or call talk
free (888) 287-1082

The recipient of the Mandell and Madeleine Berman Award shall
manifest the highest standards of Jewish communal service. The
professional must have made a contribution to and for the general
good of the Jewish community, demonstrating creativity, dedication,
knowledge and care in the provision of services to the Jewish community.
Moreover, in awarding the Berman Award, consideration shall be given to
special professional innovations that reflect quality professionalism. First
consideration is given to agency professionals, followed by Jewish
Federation staff and agency executive directors.

Nomination Process

To receive a nomination form, please contact
Julie Zuckerman at the Federation, 248.203.1497
email: zuckerman @ jimd.org .
Names of the nominees will remain confidential,
and they may be renominated in subsequent years.

Send nominations to
Julie Zuckerman - Confidential
Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Detroit
P.O. Box 2030
Bloomfield Hills, MI 48303-2030
or FAX to: 248.642.4941

Deadline for Nominations

July 6. 2007

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Want to know more?

Contact Keri Guten Cohen
at (248) 351-5144 or
kcohen@thejewishnews.com

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