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The Detroit Jewish News, 2009-02-05

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Think Spring!

Golf event to boost Detroit
JCC camp scholarships.

Steve Stein
Special to the Jewish News

I is been a cold, snowy, miserable
winter. So there isn't a better time
to talk about an unusual fund-
raising golf outing.
The third annual JCC Michigan-
Florida Golf Classic will be held March
10 at Westchester Country Club in
Boynton Beach, Fla. Snowbirds from
Michigan and full-time Florida resi-
dents with Michigan ties are invited
to play in the event, which benefits
the Jewish Community Center of
Metropolitan Detroit's Adele Galper
Send-a-Kid-to-Camp Fund.
Cost is $150 for lunch, golf and din-
ner. Sponsorship opportunities are
available. Prizes will be awarded. For
more information, call Mort Plotnik
at (248) 210-8489.

Scholar-Athletes
The Michigan High School Athletic
Association has released a 54-page
list of 2,008 applicants for its Scholar-
Athlete Award. Is your Jewish son
or daughter on the list? Please let us
know by sending an e-mail to
sports@thejewishnews.com .
A 69-member committee will
select 120 finalists and 32 scholar-
ship recipients to be honored at half-
time of the Class C state champion-
ship boys basketball game March 28
at the Breslin Center in East Lansing.
Each recipient will receive a $1,000
scholarship.
MHSAA member schools submit
students' applications. To be eligible for
the award, a student must have a cumu-
lative 3.5 grade point average (on a 4.0
scale) and a varsity letter in at least one
sport in which the MHSAA sponsors a
post-season tournament.
Applicants also must answer a
series of short essay questions, write
a 500-word essay on the importance
of sportsmanship in interscholastic
athletics, and submit two letters of
recommendation.
Scholarships totaling $447,000
have been awarded since the 1989-90
school year. Farm Bureau Insurance
has underwritten the Scholar-Athlete
program since its inception.

Fencer Featured
Wayne State University fencer Slava
Zingerman from Ashkelon, Israel, was
the subject of a recent feature story in
the Detroit Free Press.
Zingerman, 24, has won back-to-
back NCAA epee championships. If
he wins his third in a row in March at
Penn State University, he'll become the
first Wayne State epeeist to accomplish
the feat. Detroit-based Wayne State
has had a men's fencing team since
1932.
According to the Free Press, former
Wayne State fencer Anna Garina,
another Israeli who won NCAA wom-
en's titles in epee from 2005 to 2007,
helped pave the way for Zingerman
to come to Wayne State. Garina told
Wayne State fencing coach Jerzy Radz
about Zingerman and his fencing
accomplishments on the international
level. After he graduated from high
school in 2002, Zingerman served in
the Israeli army from 2003 to 2006.

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Card Sharks
Mitch Mandel won the seventh
annual Bloch-Israel and Pisgah-
Zeiger B'nai B'rith Texas Hold 'em
Tournament held Jan. 25 at the
Jewish Community Center in West
Bloomfield.
Rounding out the top 10 finishers,
in order, were Barry Levine, Justin
Fisher, Steve Rusgo, J.J. Reiller, josh
Tobias, Mike Cohen, Ivan Fenyvesi,
Ryan Cardoni and Jeffrey Kirschner.
Sixty-seven players competed.
The tournament raises funds
for local and national B'nai B'rith
programs. Another tournament is
planned for late May or early June. For
more information, call Rick Sherline
at (248) 613-5400 or Sid Roth at
(248) 202-3297.

Correct E-mail
The address for Mort Meisner, father
of 2009 Maccabiah Games athlete
Nicole Meisner of Huntington Woods,
is mmeisassoc@aol.com.
Persons and organizations interested
in contributing to Nicole Meisner's
fundraising efforts can contact him. ❑

Please send sports news to
sports@thejewishnews. corn.

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