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Score4Kids from page 45

Kari Guttman and Alex Altman

were engaged last fall.

about the place that you couldn't
understand unless you've spent
a summer there. It is one of the
few places where you can be your-
self and not have to try so hard.
The fact that Tamarack has been
around for 110 years is a testament
to that." E

Be part of Tamarack's 110th anniversary

and reconnect with camp. Register at

www.tamarackcamps.com/alumni . Gabe

Neistein is a development associate at

Tamarack Camps.

Camp Couples

Here is a partial list of
Tamarack "Camp Couples":

Jeff and Beth Applebaum
Jeff and Tracy Aronoff
Alex Altman and Kari Guttman
Robert and Deborah Bienstock
Bill and Susan Brown
Arnie and Dorothy Collens
David and Susan Feber
Darren and Alyson Findling
Bradley Goldsmith and
Michelle Markowtiz
Jim and Ruth Grey
Marshall (z"I) and Marilyn
Phil and Barbara Jacobs
Joe and Stacey Lash
Steve and Carol Lash
Myles and Linda Lash
Dan and Dottie Levitsky
Richard and Beth Pearson
Cameron and Alyssa Pinnock
Howard and Jodi Rankin
Mitch and Jenifer
Kelby and Donna Shaw
William and Michelle Sider
Bryan and Hallie Steckler
Howard and Barbara
Kyle and Jodie Zwiren

To add more names, email
alumni@tamarackcamps.com .

dren through educational pro-
Dozens of families and insti-
tutions already have benefited
from Score4Kids' donations,
like Yeshivas Darchei Torah of
Southfield. Aside from donating
his own family of eight's used
gear, school administrator Rabbi
Ahron Baruch has collected bas-
ketballs, footballs, volleyballs, soc-
cer balls and hockey sticks for the
school's gymnasium.
"We're a nonprofit, and when
the balls go bad, replacing them
can cost a lot, so it's helpful to get
them from Karen:' says Baruch.
"She has helped a lot of people in
the community. If you have five
children, that's a lot of money for
Jack Berkey, 13, of West
Bloomfield, incorporated
Score4Kids into his bar mitzvah
project this past September. Party
invitations asked guests to bring
equipment to the sports-themed
party to be donated to Miracle
League, a Southfield baseball field
for children with disabilities, and
Score4Kids. Lisa Berkey, Jack's
mom, says they donated approxi-
mately 130 pieces of equipment to
Score4Kids alone.
"Sports is something Jack cares
about, so if he can help some chil-
dren get some sports equipment,
of course, that is meaningful for
him," says Berkey. "Sports has
always been part of his life."
Schultz encourages other kids
to donate to Score4Kids as part of
their mitzvah projects.
Score4Kids's community impact
recently resulted in a delightful
surprise for Schultz when she was
honored as part of the Detroit
Pistons' "Come Together" Program,
which celebrates community
champions across Michigan.
Schultz and nearly 75
Score4Kids recipients and donors
attended the Detroit Pistons vs.
L.A. Lakers game on Tuesday,
March 6, where she was recog-
nized on the Palace's video boards.
"I love doing this. I love being a
mom and I know how little things
can really help:' she says.

To learn more or donate, go to

Score4KidsMi.com and connect

with them on LinkedIn, Twitter and

Facebook. To nominate an individual or

group for the Pistons' Come Together

WHAT 15?

JCLP Communal Conversation 2012

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invites you to a day of interactive learning and dialogue focused on the
past, present, and future of the Jewish community's relationship
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University of Michigan School of Social Work 1080 S. University Ave.. Ann Arbor

This event Is free and open to the public.

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