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The Detroit Jewish News, 2010-08-26

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OAKLAND COUNTY'S PREMIER

DIVORCE

Federations Cite Pappas

L

ongtime volunteer and com-
munity leader Susie Pappas
has been named Detroit hon-
oree for the Kipnis-Wilson/Friedland
Award, to be pre-
sented in November
at the International
Lion of Judah
Conference.
V
The award is
presented by the
National Women's
Philanthropy
Susie Pappas
Board of the Jewish
Federations of
North America. It recognizes extraor-
dinary women who have set the
standard for philanthropy and volun-
teerism.
Pappas, of Bloomfield Hills, has
worked for many years with Jewish
organizations throughout Metro
Detroit and is a strong supporter
of the State of Israel. She has been
especially involved in the Federation's
Women's Department, where she
was chair of numerous committees
as well as serving as the depart-
ment's Campaign chair and president.

Among Pappas' projects was the
Mosaic Mission, a Federation trip
to Israel that recruited and devel-
oped younger leadership within the
Women's Division.
"Susie exemplifies the best in
leadership and commitment to the
Jewish community:' said Marcie Orley,
president of the Federation's Women's
Department. "Her tenure as Women's
Department president was marked
by increased participation and giving
by younger women. Thanks to Susie's
efforts, we now have a significant
group of younger lions. She is an
incredibly deserving Kipnis-Wilson/
Freidland awardee."
In addition to her support for
the Federation, Pappas has served
on the local boards of the Jewish
Family Service, Hebrew Free
Loan Association and the Jewish
Community Center.
She has chaired donor events
for Israel's Bar-Ilan University, Yad
Ezra in Berkley and the Weizmann
Institute of Science in Rehovot. She
is a founding member of the Detroit
Jewish Women's Foundation. O

Bereavement Group
Temple Israel's Robert Sosnick
Family Life Center will host a
bereavement support group two
Monday evenings each month.
In September, the meetings will be
held 7-8 p.m. Sept. 13 and 27.
Helene Kroll will serve as facilita-
tor.
For required registration, contact
the Robert Sosnick Family Life
Center, (248) 661-5700 or elaine@
temple-israel.org .

tions. All walks are approximately
three miles long and are paved and
accessible.
"We are extremely grateful to
have the support of Jim and Justin
Hiller and Hiller's Markets as the
presenting sponsor for our largest
fundraiser of the year," says Sue
Burstein-Kahn, executive director of
ALS of Michigan. "We are also very
fortunate to team up with Jim Hiller
as the corporate chairperson of
this event to raise funds to help our
Michigan pALS (people with ALS)
and their families live life as fully as
possible!'
Over the past decade, Walk 'n Roll
for ALS has raised close to $2_mil-
lion to support respite care, alterna-
tive and assistive communication
services and equipment loans, all at
no charge to ALS.
Participants are encouraged to
form teams, pick a team name and
collect donations. Prizes will be
awarded based on the total amount
of donations collected.
For more information and/or to
register for the Walk 'n Roll for ALS,
contact ALS of Michigan, (800) 882-
5764 or www.alsofmichigan.org .

ALS Walk 'N Roll
ALS of Michigan is sponsoring its
10th annual Walk 'n Roll for ALS,
presented by Hiller's Markets and
Jim and Justin Hiller.
The Walks kick off in Lansing
on Sunday, Sept. 19, at Hawk
Island Park, followed by the Metro
Detroit walks on Sunday, Sept. 26,
at Kensington Metropark in Milford
and Stony Creek Metropark in
Shelby Township.
The final event takes place
on Saturday, Oct. 2, at Lake Erie
Metropark in Brownstown.
Registration begins at 10 a.m.,
with the walk at 11 a.m. at all loca-

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