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October 28, 2010 - Image 56

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2010-10-28

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• On-Site Digital X-Ray Technology

• On-Site Stat Lab Facilities
• Electronic Medical Records

• School, pre-college, sports physicals

DR. VIEDER, medical director at Lakes
Urgent Care says "Lakes Urgent Care was
created to provide patients with a cost-
effective, timely alternative when they seek
quality medical care and are unable to see
their OW11 primary care physician."

• Burn Ca*• Eye Injuries • Fracture Care • Lacerations • Auto, Sports, Work Related Injuries
www.lakesurgentcare.com

LAKES MEDICAL CENTER

300 Haggerty Road Suite 1010 I West Bloomfield, MI 48323

(on Haggerty Road lust North of 'Weiler)

& Primary Care Specialists

Lawrence M. Dell M.D.
James J. Gordon M.D.
Cheryl A. Ruble M.D.
Alan Kwaselow M.D.

Shelley Nepa D.O.
Kristen Krueger P.A.-C
Pamela Blanchett N.P.
Lisa Norris N.P.

Is pleased to announce our nomination as a

Judge Nanci Grant, JVS

Ambassadors Chair Julie
Nelson-Klein and Denise
Alexander

JVS Fashion Show
Saks Fifth Avenue pulled out all
the stops for the Oct. 7 Fall for
Fashion Show benefit for the
JVS Women to Work Program.
Designer Rickie Freeman for Teri
Jon brought elegant evening wear
to fit every figure, from little
black dresses with rhinestone
trim to brocade strapless cocktail
dresses with jackets to full-length
one-shoulder gowns.
Among the guests who enjoyed
the delicious hors d'oeuvres and
delectable fashions were Lori
Barron, Judy Greenwald, JVS COO
Leah Rosenbaum, Linda Klein,
Jackie Layne, Debra Ribitwer,
Barbara Gutman, Eva Shapiro
and Sandee Nabat.
Several mother-daughter
guests commented on the stag-
geringly high heels and short
skirts that drew applause. The
fun-filled evening raised more
than $8,000 for the JVS Women
to Work Program, which assists
women to re-enter the workplace
after significant life-changing
events. ❑

Patient Centered Medical Home

There's still time to get your
Combo 111N1/Flu vaccine

Allergy Testing • In Home Sleep Studies • Nerve Testing

2300 Haggerty Road, Suite 1010 West Bloomfield

Call for an appointment

248 668.0900

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October 28 a 2010

Designer Rickie Freeman and JVS
CEO Barbara Nurenberg

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