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The Detroit Jewish News, 2009-01-08

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you know how business is going
and offer to help make referrals for

to help grow your business.

While each person you meet is not
going to be able to help move your
business to the next level, everything

must figure out a plan to capitalize
on the contacts you make. The bet-
ter you are at it, the more business

you do can be driven by the desire
to grow your business. Be proactive.
Do something new each week to
develop a relationship. Call some-

will come your way and the better
your chances will be at surviving in
these challenging times. ❑

one for lunch or go out for a cup of
coffee. Talk to a new parent in the

Robert Sher, CPA, is a Certified Executive
Coach. Formerly CFO and partner

Hebrew school lobby while waiting
for pickup.

for Schostak Brothers & Company in
Southfield, Sher has been a delegate from
the Michigan Association of Certified

Every conversation, PTA meeting,
party invitation, soccer game or ten-

nis class is a networking opportu-
nity. Somebody somewhere always
knows something or someone you

don't. Make a conscious effort to
do something strategic every week

Networking for business growth
must be strategic and focused. You

Public Accountants to the National Future
Forum working on the CPA "Vision"
Project. He serves on the boards of

numerous charitable and professional
organizations. His e-mail address is

The Embassy Suites Detroit — Southfield
hotel is strategically located in the
heart of southeastern Michigan.
Detroit — Southfield is Michigan's premier
business address. Our hotel is the only full
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all': Detroit — Southfield provides easy access
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from almost every metro area destination.

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The Dorothy and Peter Brown
Jewish Community Adult Day
Care Program (Brown Center), in

Southfield and West Bloomfield, was
recently presented with the 2008
Sosnick Award of Excellence by the

Fax: (248) 350-3416

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Jewish Home runs a center in West
Bloomfield and JVS houses a center


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in Southfield.
For information about the Brown

Center's services, call (248) 233-
4000 or visit www.jvsdet.org .



it's official.,..

We are now
Certied KOSHER! K.'

Detroit Jewish community's Jewish

The award recognizes programs

Buy a Bakers Dozen Bagels

that have made a collaborative,
innovative and compassionate effort
to significantly improve the quality

and get 2 free
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Cookies with this coupon.

of life of vulnerable populations. It
was created in memory of Robert

Expires 1-31-2009

Sosnick for his bold vision and lead-
ership in helping create the Jewish
Fund, of which he was a founding

The Bagel Factory is located at the Southwe
corner of Telegraph and 12 Mile Rd.

24551 W. 12 Mile Rd, Southfield, M1 . 48 :

The Brown Center helps fami-
lies caring for a loved one with
Alzheimer's disease and other forms

Since the fire at the Hechtman

of memory loss. Since 1999, the
Brown Center has provided stimulat-
ing activities and a safe haven for

Apartments in West Bloomfield in
April, Jewish Apartments & Services
has been holding monthly reunions

more than 600 people with demen-
tia. More than 1,200 family caregiv-

for displaced residents.
On Dec. 23, former Hechtman
II residents got a Chanukah gift

ers have received support and guid-
ance to care for their loved ones.
A donation by the late Dorothy and
the late Peter Brown helped create

the program by funding construction
and partially endowing the facilities.
"The program is unique as its
combines the resources and ex-
pertise of two agencies, using

one budget and one director at
two sites," explained Brown Center
program director Peter Ostrow."

It's jointly operated by Jewish

Home of

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ookie in Michigan


The New Hechtman

when Marsha Goldsmith Kamin,
JAS executive director, brought the
architectural rendering of the rebuilt
Hechtman II to their gathering.

Designed by architect Robert
Wakley of Grosse Pointe Park, the
Hechtman II building will have the
same number of apartments as the
original building, but will have a new
look in the common areas.

Visit the JAS Web site at www.
Jasmi.org for construction updates.

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