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THE 3RD ANNUAL LAUGH DETROIT COMEDY FESTIVAL

Sunday, March 21—Saturday, March 27
Royal Oak Music Theatre & Mark Ridley's Comedy Castle, Royal Oak

Laugh Detroit, a weeklong laugh fest, features the hottest comic talent in the country.
Comedian Lewis Black will headline and be joined by Dave Coulier, Kathleen Madigan,
Kivi Rogers and many more. For more information and to buy tickets, visit
comedycastle.com or call (248) 542-9900.

ANN ARBOR FILM FESTIVAL

Tuesday, March 23—Sunday, March 28, Ann Arbor

The 48th Ann Arbor Film Festival presents six days of inspiring cinematic exploration.
Full festival passes and weekend passes are now available for purchase. Tickets for
screenings are $9 general admission and $7 students/seniors. For a complete program
schedule and to buy tickets, visit www.aafilmfest.org .

A NIGHT OF CAMP FOR TAMARACK ALUMNI AND FRIENDS

Saturday, March 27, 9 p.m., Joe Dumars' Fieldhouse, Shelby Township

Whether you are an alumni or just love camp (21 and older), join Oakland County-
gm= based Tamarack Camps for an evening of fun. Appetizers and dessert served; cash
bar available. Bus pickup at 8:30 p.m. in Huntington Woods, Bloomfield Hills and
West Bloomfield; exact locations to be e-mailed one week before event. $36 minimum
donation to Artist-in-Residence program to ensure a quality arts & crafts experience
for 2010 campers! For information and to RSVP, contact Carly Weinstock at
(248) 355-6830, weinstock@tamarackcamps.com or www.tamarackcamps.com .

What do you like about
living Jewishly in Southeastern
Michigan?
I love the sense of Jewish community
that Southeastern Michigan provides.
No matter how religious a person is
or how long they have lived in the
area, people here are friendly.
personable and always willing to
make someone feel at home. In
addition, there is a great sense of
togetherness, whether it is during
times of celebration or sadness.

What do you wish Southeastern
Michigan could offer and what
changes would you like to see
happen here?
I would like to see Southeastern
Michigan develop into an area where
businesses and tourists want to visit.
The region has the potential to be
filled with innovative businesses,
drawing people from all over the coun-
try to live here with great restaurants,
cultural attractions and nightlife.

Do you feel Southeastern
Michigan has provided you
with sufficient opportunities
for your line of work?
I work for a confectionery and
gourmet food distributor, running
the Midwest office. Southeastern
Michigan has offered the opportunity
to work with great business owners
in many different industries. I have
worked with many in our area who
are resilient and entrepreneurial,
finding ways to succeed despite the
tough economy. Working with these
people is often extremely inspiring.

Why have you chosen to stay in
Southeastern Michigan?
More than anything else, I remained
in Southeastern Michigan because
of family. Extended family for both
me and my wife are still in the area;
raising our son, Jake, with them was
extremely important to both of us.
The sense of community our area
provides is important to me and the
way I envision Jake growing up.

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OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST
(AGILITY THERAPY)

• Rochester Hills
• Full Time
• Graduate of a professional training program
approved by the American Occupational
Therapy Association (AOTA) with certification
by the National Board for Certification in
Occupational Therapy (NBCOT);
• Must have a current occupational therapist
registration issued by the Michigan Department
of Community Health;
• Seeking an occupational therapist to work with
rehab team at a long-term care facility;
• For more information and to apply,
jobs@agilitytherapy.com or
www.agilitytherapy.com/jobs.asp.

PHARMACEUTICAL SALES REPS &
ENTRY-LEVEL PHARMACEUTICAL
SALES (PHARMREP STAFFING)

• Detroit
• Full Time
• Education or training in pharmacology and
medical terminology is essential;
• Sales ability/persuasiveness to facilitate an
acceptance of an idea, plan, activity or product
from targeted customers are a must;
• Representatives will make selling presentations
to specialty physicians and other health care
professionals;
• For more information and to apply, resumes@
pharmrepstaff.com or www.pharmrepstaff.com .

INTERNET MARKETING MANAGER
(ONLINE TECH)

DAVID
GEIRINGER

• Keego Harbor
•Nassau Candy Midwest,
Livonia
• Graduate, Michigan State
University, B.A., supply-
chain management; Walsh
College, Troy, M.B.A., finance

• Ann Arbor
• Full Time
• Bachelor degree or higher required;
• 3-5 years experience in B2B Web-based
marketing and public relations;
• Demonstrated track record in developing
marketing campaigns and measuring results
against objectives;
• Candidate will manage and implement all
aspects of online marketing programs,
including Web site development, SEO, SE, blog
and social media campaigns;
• Ability to develop public relations campaigns
and media relationships to drive the visibility
of the company, including product awards,
setting up interviews, speaking opportunities
and press stories;
• For more information and to apply,
www.onlinetech.com/company/careers/
marketing_manager/.

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RACHEL
LACHOVER

In our mission to redirect
the narrative of Southeast-
ern Michigan, Rachel will
be spearheading this new
campaign geared towards young Jewish
adults in our region. If you have any informa-
tion or would like to be featured in our sec-
tion, please contact Rachel Lachover at (248)
351-5156 or rlachover@thejewishnews.com .
■ \_. JOIN US ON FACEBOOK; search our group

SARAH LORENZ
MA, LLPC

• West Bloomfield
• Michigan Works! Agency,
Automotive Career Transition
Center, Warren
• Graduate, Wayne State University,
Detroit, M.A., counseling

In Judaism, the highest level of charity is helping
someone be self-reliant. As a JVS employee working at
Michigan Works!, I help people who were laid off from
the automotive industry take advantage of benefits they
may be entitled to, including going to college. Given the
economic situation, I am proud to be a part of the Auto-
motive Career Transition Center to help people secure a
job and support themselves.

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