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"This is part of our continuing effort
to service and thank the communities
where our many Dollar Castle stores
are located:'
Each participating Dollar Castle
store has hundreds of the 8-oz. bottles
of hand sanitizer free to all customers,
with no purchase necessary, Monday-
Wednesday, Jan.16-18, 9 a.m.-9 p.m.
Visit dollarcastle.com for locations.

Jewish Business Ethics
Course Available
The Bais Chabad Torah Center is
offering a six-week course in Jewish
Business Ethics. The series will pres-
ent Judaism's approach to practical
economic dilemmas and monetary
quandaries faced daily.
Guest speakers include the Hon.
Avern Cohn, the Hon. Edward Sosnick,
the Hon. Mark Goldsmith, attorneys
Sam Bernstein and Don Scharg, and
Neil Schloss, vice president and trea-
surer of Ford Motor Co. Rabbi Shneur
Silberberg will teach the course after
each guest speaker's presentation.
The six topics to be discussed
are: Hot Tips: The Ethics of Insider
Trading; By the Sweat of Their
Brows: Wages of the Working Poor;
Morally Bankrupt? The Ethics of
Debt Discharge; State of the Union:
The Right to Organize, to Bargain
Collectively and to Strike; Fabulously
Wealthy or Filthy Rich? The Ethics of
CEO Compensation; and Buyer Aware:
Another Side to Business Ethics.
The goal of this course is to provide a
sensitive, fair and unshakable economic
paradigm grounded in 3,000 years
of tradition and practical experience
— an ancient, yet fresh spin on how
Judaism views the ethics of money.
The cost for the course is $80
(includes student textbook). The
classes are offered in two locations:
from 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m. beginning
Sunday, Jan. 22, at the Bais Chabad

Torah Center, 5595 W. Maple Road in
West Bloomfield; or 7-8:30 p.m. start-
ing Thursday, Jan. 26, at the Jewish
Federation of Metropolitan Detroit,
6735 Telegraph Road, Bloomfield Hills.
The Sunday morning class will
include a complimentary breakfast
with a chance to schmooze with old
friends and introduce yourself to new
ones. Call (248) 207-5513 or visit
www.baischabad.com/j1i.com for
registration and other course-related
information.

Sixth-Graders Celebrate
Graduation By Giving Back
This year, the 300 sixth-graders
enrolled in Joe Cornell Entertainment
dance classes have chosen the Bear
Hug Foundation to be the recipient of
their Joe's Crew philanthropic focus.
That means the Jan. 24 graduation
dance for this season's students will
become a dance-for-a-cause to raise
money for Bear Hug. The dance-a-
thon takes place at Orchard Mall in
West Bloomfield.
This is the third year that Joe
Cornell has designated a worthy non-
profit to receive the support and fund-
raising efforts of students and families
in its dance program. Combined,
the past two years raised more than
$15,000 for worthy causes.
"When we developed the idea for
Joe's Crew, to add a leadership compo-
nent to our dance program, I wasn't
sure if the kids would embrace it," says
Steve Jasgur, president of Joe Cornell
Entertainment and co-owner with his
sister, Becca Schlussel.
Joe's Crew students collect pledges
from friends and family to sponsor
their 90-minute dance-a-thon. Those
who raise the most qualify for raffle
prizes.
For more information, call (248)
356-6000, or visit www.joecornell.com .

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6 January 12 2012

Obama Names Lew To
Top White House Slot
WASHINGTON (JTA) — President
Obama named Jack Lew to be his
chief of staff on Monday.
Lew, an Orthodox Jew, will replace
William Daley.
Lew was director of the Office of
Management and Budget, a Cabinet-
level position and a post he also filled
during the Clinton administration.
He was previously Obama's deputy
secretary of state.
Daley is leaving after just over a
year on the job; he replaced Rahm
Emanuel, who left the White House
to run successfully for Chicago's
mayor.
Lew, like Emanuel, has close Jewish

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