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The Detroit Jewish News, 2008-01-10

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Cole Porter at Friends

Roeper of El
Cerrito, Calif.,
founder of the
Roeper School
in Bloomfield
Township and
Awas honored
by the National
Association for Gifted Children.
She was the first honoree in a
series called "Portraits in Gifted
Education: the Legacy Series,"
established buy NAGC to interview
and videotape notable educators,
researchers, leaders and advocates.

DTE Energy Foundation Pops Series

Thu., Jan. 17 at 10:45am & 8pm • Fri., Jan. 18 at 8:30pm
Sat., Jan. 19 at 8:30pm • Sun., Jan. 20 at 3pm

Constantine Kitsopoulos, conductor
Debbie Gravitte, Joan Hess, Doug LaBreque and Kirby Ward,




Hear the classic songs of Cole Porter, Irving Berlin and George Gershwin
in a night that includes selections from Anything Goes, Annie Get Your Gun,
Kiss Me Kate, Top Hat and more.

Musical Tales

National CityYoung People's Concert

Sat., Jan. 19 at 10am & 11:30am

Lawrence Loh, conductor

Will love transform the Beast? Will the prince awaken the princess?
Your favorite stories come to life in the DSO's musical retelling of
timeless tales like Beauty and the Beast, Romeo and Juliet and Sleeping Beauty.

Miriam Jaffa of Ann Arbor,
who will receive her master's in
social work from the University
of Michigan, has been awarded a
post-graduate fellowship in child
psychiatry for 2008 through the
U-M Health Systems Post Graduate
Social Work Fellowship Program.
Jaffa has been an instructor at U-
M's Project Outreach and a mental
health consultant for Washtenaw
County Headstart.

Bernard Woma Trio

Tiny Tots Sponsored by The Henry Ford II Fund

Sat., Jan. 19 at 10:30am in The Music Box

At Bernard Woma's birth, a village elder proclaimed he was destined
to be a xylophone player and the rest, as they say, is history. This
innovative trio performs on instruments made of everything from
gourds to spider egg-sacks.

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Ken Mogill
of Lake Orion
was recently
honored by the
American Civil
Liberties Union
of Michigan.
He has been an
Ken Mogill
ACLU cooperat-
ing attorney for
10 years. He was central in helping
ACLU avert passage of a proposed
law that would have eliminated
preliminary examinations in many
felony cases. He is an expert in
legal ethics and an adjunct profes-
sor at Wayne State University Law
School, Detroit.

Marc M. Miller,
formerly of West
Bloomfield of
Miami, Fla., was
named employee
of the year at
Royal Caribbean
Cruise Line.
Marc Miller
Miller, a 2003
graduate of
Michigan State
University, completed his master's
of business administration at the
University of Miami. He plans cruise
itineraries for the Royal Caribbean
and Celebrity cruise lines.

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