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Call and make a reservation for your
Birthday, Wedding shower, book club
and Red Hatter...Tea Parties today!

Evening teas by reservation.

We do Estate Sales and Ebay.

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surprised the bat mitzvah girl herself.
"My daughter said, 'The boys don't dance,"' said Nancy Reed. "All the kids were up
and dancing. My daughter looked around and said, 'My gosh! The boys are dancing!' I
believe Josh George, the emcee, had something to do with that."
Although it was the family's third b'nai mitzvah, it was the first time the Reeds, a
Bloomfield Hills family whose kids attend Hillel Day School of Metropolitan Detroit in
Farmington Hills, hired a Joe Cornell entertainment team. They were thrilled.
"We had kids who didn't want to leave," Reed says. "I enjoyed working with Steve
very much. He was honest and forthright and more than happy to find us vendors and
options so we could have the party the way we wanted it to be."
As a local, family-owned business, Joe Cornell Entertainment is dedicated to
working with other local businesses to create camaraderie among the community of
entertainment professionals.
"There's enough business to go around," says Jasgur. "If you're a mentsh about it,
others will be, too. We refer vendors constantly and it's a two-way street. We like to
work together and build rapport among the professionals in this industry. We learn
from each other, help each other and really work together."
Social interaction and social responsibility are cornerstones for Joe Cornell.
"Together, we can make a difference," says Jasgur. "It's not just about booking par-

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THE CENTERT

Whether it's
a formal
gathering for
150 or a grand
celebration for
800 guests,
The Center is the ---
perfect place to
celebrate your
child's special
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Ford Community & Performing Arts Center

15801 Michigan Ave, Dearborn, MI (313)943-2381 www.dearbornfordcenter.com

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March 2010

Are you in the thick of party-planning? Join Joe
Cornell for a special, intimate gathering on Wednesday,
March 24, at the West Bloomfield home of Rebecca
Schlussel. Gain party-planning tips, promos and give-
aways from more than 25 vendors, and learn how to
make your party special and memorable from the Joe
Cornell experts and celebrated local chef Annabel
Cohen. (Plus a raffle with prizes from dozens of local
vendors!) Space is limited. RSVP to (248) 356-6000.

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