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The Detroit Jewish News, 2010-12-30

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Business &
Professional

www.hvsh.org
248-937-3300
1 William Carts Drive, Commerce, Michigan

We're at Commerce Et Commerce, in Commerce.

CHARITABLE

Giving Power

Donate money,
get a battery
at Tapper's.

T

2010

There are 119 hospitals in Michigan.

Only four were designated
"2010 Top Hospital':

Only one is in your community.

Illness comes when you least expect it. It takes

precedence over the decor of the hospital, or

the menu. That's why doctors and patients love

DMC Huron Valley-Sinai Hospital. As a DMC

hospital, Huron Valley-Sinai is part of one of

the nation's leading academic health systems. So

Physicians know their patients will get the very

best medical care.

Because human care is not a footnote to crea-

ture comfort and amenities...it's what heals us.

At Huron Valley-Sinai Care is Critical.

That's why patients love Huron Valley-Sinai.

That's why doctors love Huron Valley-Sinai.

"Our hospital is Huron Valley-Sinai"

Doctors, Nurses and Employees

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CALL 888-DMC-2500 OR
VISIT WWW.HVSH.ORG

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December 30 • 2010

apper's Diamonds & Fine
Jewelry will provide com-
plimentary simple watch
battery changes in exchange for a
suggested minimum donation of
$10 to charity.
Having just
completed distri-
bution of more
than 2,000 coats,
hats, scarves
and gloves to
Michigan's needy
residents, Howard
Howard Tapper Tapper and his
family, owners of
the 34-year-old jewelry company,
will begin this charitable endeavor
in January.
Dubbed "Making Time for a Good
Cause," the program will benefit a
different charity every quarter. Kids
Kicking Cancer, a charity providing
martial arts and guided meditation
training to children undergoing
cancer treatments, will be the first
organization to benefit from the
new program.
"Giving back to the community
is one of our most important cor-
porate values," said Howard Tapper,
Tapper's owner and president. "I
truly believe that this is our respon-
sibility as a company and as indi-
vidual citizens."
Over the course of the year,
Tapper's typically supports more
than 100 local charities in one form
or another.
With the help of news media
partners WDIV/Channel 4 and the
Detroit Jewish News, Tapper's 19th
annual coat drive was the most
successful drive in company his-
tory, collecting and distributing
coats and other winter clothing to
14 local organizations and schools
as well as numerous families and
individuals.
Founded in 1977 by brothers
Howard and Steven Tapper, Tapper's
Diamonds & Fine Jewelry (www.
tappers.com ) specializes in fine
designer jewelry, Swiss timepieces
and diamonds. It has locations in
West Bloomfield (Orchard Mall),
Novi (Twelve Oaks Mall) and Troy
(Somerset Collection). 7

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