Hillel Day School Renames Golf Classic for Steven Zack
Bob Schecter, Jeff Schlussel, Brad Feldman
and Robert Carson.
Zack Golf Classic winners: Ken Nathan,
Steve Schanes, Larry Slabotsky.
Lori Garon and Susan Slabotsky
Run to Remember
Mark Weiss and Evan Chudnow
Scott Sherman, Mitch Presser and
Barrett Zeff, Jason Miller, Kevin Elbinger
and Brian Kaufman.
NEW YORK — Former Huntington Woods resident
Carly Olsman, now living in Chicago, was in New York
over Labor Day weekend and ran the 9-11 "Run to
Remember" 5k. Olsman decided to run in honor of
Terrence Adderley, a Michigander she didn't know
but who who died in the attack on the World Trade
Center, saying she wanted to honor his memory.
Event Memorializes Longtime Supporter and Aids Scholarship Fund
teven Zack, long-running chair of Hillel Day School's Golf Clas-
sic, as well as a former member of the school's board of trustees
and parent of Hillel students, who passed away in March 2011,
was paid honor by the school he tirelessly served with the renam-
ing of his favorite annual fundraiser: The Hillel Day School Steven
Zack Memorial Golf Classic.
The event, now in its 16th year, provides an opportunity for
players of all skill levels the chance to play at a well-known golf –
course while raising money for tuition assistance to make a Hillel
education possible for families who otherwise would not be able
to afford one.
The golf classic, held Sept. 12 at Knollwood Country Club in
West Bloomfield, brought 90 golfers to the links and 140 guests to
From left: Kevin Vanderhaute, Aaron Dones,
Mike Clinton and Drew Johnson.
It was Zack's volunteer and community service, however, that
had the most impact, says Hillel Head of School Steve Freedman.
Zack's wife, Marla, honored by Hillel's move to rename the golf
classic in her husband's memory, said his legacy is embodied by
the school's mandate to educate.
"I think what made Steven such an inspirational person was that
he chose to guide his life by a simple principle; to do good things
for family, friends, co-workers and community. He had a genuine
compassion for people and supported a great many causes but
was especially passionate about his involvement with Hiller 1--
By Cheryl Schanes
Red Thread Magazine's Yoga in the Greenhouse Event; Stretching for a Cause
Julie Nitzkin of Farmington Hills and Gilda
Hauser and Kelli Saperstein, both of West
Red Thread magazine editor, Bryan Gottlieb, welcoming participants and
Lori Brauer, Livonia, Del Sol
explaining why the magazine chose to sponsor the fundraiser for Yad Ezra. Design
Lori Kemp, Livonia Therapeutic
both of South
At the first class of the morning, students get their Downward Dog on at the
Planterra Conservatory in West Bloomfield.
Top Left: Gilda Hauser, West
Bloomfield. Center: Olivia
Goldstein, 3, Huntington Woods.
Bottom Left: Kelli Saperstein,
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