is the place to shop for
all your kids'karnp needs.
The Jack A. and Aviva Robinson art
collection, "Uzbek Embroidery in the
Nomadic Tradition:' will be on display
at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts
through Aug. 26.
ordination from the Yeshivat Chovevei
Torah Rabbinical School. He will soon
begin work as a Talmud instructor at
the Rae Kushner Yeshiva High School
in New York.
Dr. David Nathanson of Bloomfield
Hills, director of breast care services
at Detroit-based Henry Ford Hospital,
has written a book on breast cancer
survivors. He chronicles 71 patients'
journeys through diagnosis and treat-
ment. The book is titled Ordinary
Miracles: Learning from Breast Cancer
Survivors (Praeger Publishers).
Dr. Adam Apfelblat
of West Bloomfield,
president of Michigan
Waterford P.C., 1348
Scott Lake Road,
was named the 2007
Person of the Year.
On Sunday, May 20, Congregation Beth
Shalom Men's Club honored member
Neil Weiner of Birmingham as its
Man of the Year.
Mrs. Lana Sherman of Oak Park
recently earned her bachelor's degree
from Wayne State University, Detroit.
Her major was criminal justice.
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Amy Bloom of West Bloomfield was
presented with the Allene and Martin
Doctoroff Liberty Bell Award from
the Oakland County Bar Association.
Bloom is an Oakland schools social
studies curriculum and instruction
consultant. The award recognizes her
promotion of "better understanding of
the Constitution and Bill of Rights and
encourages a greater respect for the
law and the courts!'
Jamie Pearlberg of New York, former-
ly of Southfield, received his rabbinic
Aiding Ann Arborites
West Bloomfield High School gradu-
ates and University of Michigan
juniors Brett and Dan Ehrmann,
along with Detroit Country Day grad
and U-M junior Ankush Bansal, have
co-founded a U-M student organiza-
tion called Weekly Correspondence
Assisting Recovery, or WeCARe.
The aim is to link U-M students
with Ann Arbor residents in at-risk
emotional or social situations, includ-
ing foster children and the elderly
in hospice care. Each student corre-
sponds with the paired partner weekly
or bi-weekly via letters and personal
visits. WeCARe occasionally sponsors
social events — including laser tag,
arcades and go-carting — for those
able to participate.
WeCARe plans to add at least 50
more at-risk Ann Arbor residents in
the fall. For information, e-mail
WAR R E N
Julie Schechter has been chosen
recipient of the 2007 David Bittker
Student Leadership Award by Hillel of
Metro Detroit (HMD) Foundation for
Jewish Campus Life. This year, she was
the tzedek-social action intern and
created a community service group at
Wayne State University, Detroit. She
is a 2007 Taglit-Birthright Israel par-
ticipant and will be HMD's Grinspoon
Israel by Advocacy intern for the corn-
ing year. Schechter is a member of the
HMD Board of Governors.
Apfelblat of West
dent of Michigan
30900 Ford Road,
Garden City, was
named the 2007
Person of the Year.
PLEFUET 'cha Don't Know
Which country, despite having a Jewish community 20
times smaller than that of the United States, has 59
Jewish members in its parliament?
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