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November 17, 2011 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2011-11-17

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William Beaumont Health System has
recently recognized several doctors with
Outstanding Doctors Awards. They are
Leslie Rocher of West Bloomfield,
Outstanding Medical Staff Leadership
Award; Carl Lauter of West Bloomfield,
Outstanding Medical Education and
Teaching Award; and Harry Herkowitz
of West Bloomfield, Outstanding
Academic Excellence Award.


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Lee and Arlene Alpert

Former Detroit resident and Wayne State
student Lee Kanon Alpert, his wife,
Arlene, and their family received the
Community Hope Award from Haven Hills
on Sept. 21 at a Tribute of Hope gala at
the Globe Theatre in Universal City Calif.
Haven Hills is a Los Angeles-area domestic
violence shelter that provides safety and
support for abused women and their chil-
dren. The Community Hope Award bird-
house award given to the Alperts was made
by children at Haven Hill's Safe Haven sup-
port program. The Alperts were recognized
because of their committed support of
Haven Hills for more than 26 years.

Moishe House
announced the hiring
of Dan Horwitz as its
first Mid-Western
regional director and
chaplain. A rabbi, law-
yer, violinist and
Detroit native who still
fits into the organiza-
tion's target age demo-
graphic, Horwitz possesses a passion for
Jewish life, learning and peoplehood.
Based in Chicago, he will focus his
efforts on house management and fund-
raising efforts throughout the middle
United States and will play an active role
in developing the organization's Jewish
educational offerings. He can be reached
at dan@moishehouse.org.



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November 17 • 2011


Alan Reinstein of
Wayne State University
received the Michigan
Association of CPAs
(MACPA) 2011
Distinguished Service
Award in recognition
of his long and out-
standing service to the
accounting profession.
He is only the fifth accounting professor
to have earned this award since 1968.

Ally Cohen of Frameable Faces
Photography has taken photographs

for the recently published cookbook, A
Baking Journey (Tate 2011), by Samira
Cholagh of the Chaldean community.

Several Frankel Jewish
Academy seniors have
received honors.
Polina Fradkin,
daughter of Yakov
Fradkin and Dr. Anna
Strumba of
Farmington Hills and a
senior at Frankel
Jewish Academy, is one
of 57 students chosen to participate in
the 2011 World Russian Language
Festival in Saint Petersburg, Russia. Her
essay was chosen from 1,000 composi-
tions submitted by students from 70
countries worldwide.

Senior Charlotte
Master, daughter of
Deanna and Neil
Master of Northville,
was selected by Mount
Holyoke College to
participate in the col-
lege's Focus on
Diversity Program.
The all-expenses-paid
trip is offered to qualifying high school
seniors who are interested in applying to
the women's college.



Three FJA seniors have
been recognized for
academic achievement
by the National Merit
Corporation: Jonathan
Pachter, son of Dr.
Naomi and Rabbi
Elliot Pachter of West
Bloomfield, was named a national merit
semifinalist; Mile Lichterman, daugh-
ter of Susan and Mark Lichterman of
Huntington Woods, and Helene
Glickman, daughter of Robyn and
David Glickman of Southfiled, received
National Merit Honorable mentions.

Shayla McDermott, a former Troy High
student, has been awarded the 2011-
2012 Presidential Scholarship at Eastern
Michigan University. She wants to become
a music therapist and work with autistic
children and earn a master's degree in
music therapy or research music therapy.
McDermott is also considering going to
rabbinical school to become a cantor or
a rabbi.

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