Health & Fitness
Medal from page A39
How will we be remembered 100
years from now? What will be
said of our choices, our jobs, our
lives? What knowledge will it
take for you to live a life of
substance not only for today,
but tomorrow? A JTS education
will help you answer these
questions. You will be immersed
in the ancient texts of Judaism
and in communal issues of
contemporary significance. JTS
offers undergraduate, graduate,
cantonal, and rabbinical degrees
to prepare religious, academic,
educational, and lay leaders for the
Jewish community and beyond.
Look into it.
Theologi s t
The Graduate School
H. L. Miller Cantonal School
NEW YORK, NY 10027
(212) 678-8000 • www.jtsa.edu
Davidson Graduate School of Jewish Education
The Rabbinical School
als in the long jump and 4x100 mixed
relay, and bronze medals in the 400
and 4x100 coed mixed relay.
"With a couple more years to
mature, Olivia should be something
when she competes in the 2010
Maccabi Games:' said longtime
Windsor delegation head Ron Polsky.
Windsor's Grahame McNevin won a
bronze medal in the boys 13-14 4x100
Bowlers Zachary Hensz and Jordyn
Liebman each won two medals. Tennis
player Daniel Ginzberg won a silver
medal in the boys 13-14 recreation
division. Table tennis player Jacob
Gordner won a bronze medal in boys
15-16 singles. Swimmer Miriam
Zaltzman won a bronze medal.
Soccer player Nadav Bloch from
London, Ont., combined with players
from North Jersey and Youngstown,
Ohio, to win a bronze medal in the
boys U14 division.
Ellana Blacher (dance), Alex
Brudner (swimming), Dylan Liebman
(golf), Jenna Monczak (swimming)
and Seth Schmitz (swimming) also
competed for Windsor.
In The Swim
The Detroit swim team, coached by
Herb Bernstein and Maureen Popkin,
earned its share of medals, a total
of 26. Bernstein said the talent at
Birmingham Seaholm High School's
pool was fairly evenly divided, with
each delegation having a few outstand-
ing athletes. Some 243 teens from 38
Noah Zamler, 14, led the way for
Detroit with eight individual medals
and three relay medals. He won indi-
vidual gold in the 200 and 500 yard
freestyles and 200 backstroke, silver in
100 butterfly, 100 back, 400 individual
medley and 100 free, and bronze in the
Anna Berezovsky won bronze in
the 13-14 400 IM. Jason Sherbel won
bronze in the 15-16 50 breast.
Detroit won relay medals: silver, 15-
16 200 medley, Mat Devore, Sherbel,
Jeremy Raisky, Ben Duchan. Bronze,
15-16 400 free, Devore, Zamler,
Sherbel, Duchan. Gold, 15-16 400
medley and silver, 15-16 200 free,
Zamler, Sherbel, Raisky, Duchan. ❑
Golds Forum On AD/HD
Famous for our... Dover Sole, Lake Perch,
Pancho Burger, Medallions of Beef.
Any purchase of $50.00 or more.
Excludes tip, liquor & tax.
With this ad exp. 9/30/08
'fr. Cau cus
130 West Congress Detroit • 313-965-4970 • Main Floor Penobscot Bid
Now accepting Rosh Hashanah orders
September 4 • 2008
he ninth annual Michael
Golds Memorial Conference
on Attention Deficit/
Hyperactivity Disorder (AD/HD) is
8 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. Friday, Sept. 26,
at Oakland Community College's
Orchard Ridge Campus in Farmington
The conference is sponsored by
Michigan Children and Adults with
Attention Deficit Disorder (CHADD),
Oakland Community College and the
Michael Golds Memorial Fund.
This year's keynoter will be
Yvonne Pennington, Ph.D., speak-
ing on "Raising Amazing Kids to
Adulthood Even if One Has AD/HD."
Dr. Pennington's son, Ty Pennington,
is the star of ABC's hit show Extreme
Makeover Home Edition. She will share
her struggles and successes as well as
the views of others on what makes for
She also will conduct one of the
conference sessions, "Unveiling the
Underlying Issues of AD/HD and
What to Do About Them:'
The conference is designed for phy-
sicians, therapists, educators, social
workers, students, adults with AD/HD
and their family members.
This annual OCC event honors the
memory of the late Michael Golds
who struggled with AD/HD, was aca-
demically successful for the first time
in his life upon enrolling at age 30 at
Oakland Community College, then
graduated with honors from Eastern
Michigan University. He was in his
second year of graduate school in
Florida when he died in an accident.
His parents, Barbara Golds of West
Bloomfield and the late Jack Golds,
established a memorial fund at OCC
to sponsor an annual symposium to
help others understand and better
cope with the impact of AD/HD.
General admission for the confer-
ence includes lunch, and is $59 before
Sept. 15 or $75 at the door. Early reg-
istration guarantees a luncheon spot;
students presenting ID will be admit-
ted for $30.
A detailed description of the entire
conference is available at the CHADD
Web site: www.chaddmi.com .
For registration, call Marie Faulkner,
(248) 522-3645. ❑