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The Detroit Jewish News, 2011-09-15

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Franklin Athletic Club
Boosts Junior Tennis
Franklin Athletic Club, on
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ner junior tennis players. Its
new "10sZone" was built in
anticipation of the U.S. Tennis
Association's release of "10 and
Under Tennis" in January 2012,
which will literally change the
rules of tennis for kids young- Franklin Athletic Club's smaller tennis
er than 10. Changes include a
courts for kids 10 and under
combination of slower-moving
and lower-bouncing balls,
eighth annual Worldwide Day of Play
lighter racquets and smaller courts,
designed to make it easier for kids to on Saturday, Sept. 24, the club invites
all Metro Detroit kids ages 10 and
get in — and stay in — the game.
under to come in from 9 a.m.-1 p.m.
Franklin Athletic Club will have a
for a morning of free tennis and fit-
variety of clinics for the new game
ness fun, including open swim.
throughout the week to ensure than
For more information, call Laura
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Marx 'Filmmaker Of Year'
At Traverse City Festival
Sue Marx of Birmingham, president
of Sue Mark Films, was honored last
month as Michigan Filmmaker of the
Year at the Traverse City Film Festival,
where more than 80 films were shown
in five venues to thousands of people,
including filmmakers, directors, pro-
ducers, screenwriters and actors from
around the world.
Marx won an Oscar for her 1987
short documentary, Young at Heart.
She is a writer, director and producer.
"Sue Marx has a background of long
service to the film industry in Michigan
and is an inspiration to filmmakers
in the state said Traverse City Film
Festival president Michael Moore.
"In an industry not exactly friendly
toward women, where more than 90
percent of filmmakers in the Directors
Guild of America are men, she is
considered a pioneer in the film com-
munity."
Sue Marx Films and has produced
award-winning films in the Detroit

SZ Sisterhood Features
Styling Fashion Show
The Sisterhood of Congregation
Shaarey Zedek will open its 2011 sea-
son with a styling fashion show for
women of all ages and body types.
Wardrobe consultant and personal
shopper expert Dessi Salzmann of
Dessi's Styling Spirit in Birmingham
will emcee the show and share resourc-
es and tricks of the trade that would
otherwise cost hundreds of dollars.
The event will be Thursday, Sept.
22, from 6-8:30 p.m. at the Southfield
synagogue.
Strolling appetizers, desserts, coffee
bar will be provided along with live
music by DJ Urban Kris.
The program is free to all paid-up
SZ Sisterhood members and those 18
and under. For non-members the cost
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Free High Holiday Services
At Tel Twelve Chabad
Chabad at Tel Twelve will, in keeping
with the Chabad theme of caring for
the needs of all Jews, be offering free
High Holiday services in Southfield.
Rabbi Bentzion Geisinsky is director
at Chabad.
To attend services at Chabad,
call (248) 354-2388, or log on to
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