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August 02, 2007 - Image 46

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2007-08-02

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Preservation
Project

Archaeologists benefit from an
evening of fun and politics.

PHOTOGRAPHY BY ANGIE BAAN

nie and Geoffrey Fieger of Bloomfield Hills

Dikran and Angie Choutcourian
Df West Bloomfield

Cele and Martin Landay
of Farmington Hills

A contemporary affair featuring a strolling dinner,
laughter and political commentary was held at the
Bloomfield Hills home of Rita and Dr. Stanley Levy to
help preserve an ancient civilization. The lively evening
raised $7,500 to benefit the Bloomfield Hills—based
Project Discovery, which provides grants to archae-
ologists and scholars in Armenia for research and
preservation. "Armenia is one of the earliest civiliza-
ROBIN SCHWARTZ,
tions in the world," explained the program's president
COLUMNIST
and founder, Teryl Asher. "There's a medieval Jewish
cemetery there from the 1200s. There's a lot that has yet to be discovered."
About 100 people attended the June
9 event and were treated to tours of
the Levys' home, replete with sunroom,
sculpture garden, art and rare-book col-
lections. Political analyst and Wayne
State University journalism professor
Jack Lessenberry moderated a humorous
discussion between attorney Geoffrey
Fieger and WWJ-AM radio weather
personality Sonny Eliot about "the crazy
world we live in." 1=1

Onna Solomon and nathan
Schwartz, both of Ann Arbor

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