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July 15, 2010 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2010-07-15

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Lead The Way Scholarship
Benefits Akiva Students
Ethical Dilemmas In Combating Terrorism
will be the featured presentation by Dr.
David Shatz, professor of philosophy,
Stern College, Yeshiva University in New
York, during Akiva Hebrew Day School's
second annual "Lead the Way" summer
dinner party.
The scholarship fundraiser is scheduled
for 6 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 24, at the Southfield
home of Akiva parents Dr. and Mrs. Howard
Korman.
"All members of Detroit's Jewish commu-
nity are invited to support Akiva and attend
this summer gathering;' says event co-chair
Sharona Shapiro. "This school offers a
wonderful nursery through high school
educational experience for families seeking
a child centered learning environment"
Southfield-based Akiva, Metro Detroit's
only Modern Orthodox Zionist day school,
has received a commitment from an anony-
mous donor to match $100,000 in scholar-
ship funds. Funds raised by the school
through the end of August will be applied
exclusively towards tuition scholarships.

"We have an incredible opportunity
to increase our scholarship fund and
provide tuition assistance in what has
unfortunately turned out to be yet
another very difficult year for a signifi-
cant number of our families:' said Akiva
President Dr. Joseph Greenbaum.
"We are blessed to have been met
with such kindness again and we must
meet this historic challenge. Reaching
our goal last year meant we were able to
furnish additional scholarships, and we
maintained fiscal responsibility by not
dipping into our general fund reserves
to meet essential scholarship needs."
This summer's party is co-chaired
by Dr. Nossonal and Nancy Kleinfeldt,
Dr. Martin and Sarah Kornblum, Dr.
Michael and Anne Lehmann, Kimberly
and Bryan Schon, Sharona Shapiro and
David Lerner, and Marla and Jerold
Zwas.
For ticket or donation information,
contact Jon Goldstein or Sidney Katz
at (248) 386-1625. Akiva is a constitu-
ent agency of the Jewish Federation of
Metropolitan Detroit.

Balfour Evening Planned
The Zionist Organization of America
Michigan Region will hold its 77th annual
Balfour Celebration in November with
special recognition of the 150th birthday
of Theodor Herzl, the father of modern
Zionism.
Community leaders Leonard and Ophelia
Herman will receive the Justice Louis D.
Brandeis Award, the ZOAs highest citation
of merit, honoring a lifetime commitment
to Zionism and Jewish education.
"Three Cantors" will perform during the
event. They are Cantors Meir Finkelstein
(Congregation Shaarey Zedek of Oakland
County), Daniel Gross (Adat Shalom
Synagogue of Farmington Hills) and
Michael Smolash (Temple Israel of West
Bloomfield).
A dessert afterglow will conclude the
evening.
The program will begin at 7 p.m.,
Sunday, Nov. 14, at Congregation Shaarey
Zedek in Southfield.
For information, contact Pamela Lippitt,
ZOA-MI, (248) 282-0088, pam@mizoa.org
or www.mizoa.org .

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Honey For Holidays
The Temple Israel Sisterhood is shipping
8- oz. jars of kosher honey for the Rosh
Hashanah holiday.
To order online, click on the "Sisterhood
Honey-Fundraiser L'Shana Tova" link on
Temple Israel's homepage (www.temple-
israel.org). Be sure the group name
Temple Israel Sisterhood, West Bloomfield,
MI, is at the top of the order form. The
group code is TIS.
The cost is $10 per jar, which includes
shipping and handling within the United
States. Six dollars of every jar is tax-
deductible.

For A Sweet Year
The David B. Hermelin ORT Center in West
Bloomfield will ship 8-oz. jars of kosher
honey and a personalized message in time
for Rosh Hashanah 5771, which begins
Wednesday, Sept. 8, at sundown.
To place an order, visit www.orthoney.
com. To order online, use GLN as the affili-
ation group. For information, call the ORT
Michigan office, (248) 723-8860, or www.
ortmichigan.org.

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