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September 13, 2012 - Image 9

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2012-09-13

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20th Annual Shoot for a Cure

benefiting the Henry Ford Neuroscience Institute and Hermelin Brain Tumor Center

Honoring long-time supporters

Mort & Brigitte Harris

Bill & Madge Berman

Dr. Mark & Gail Kelley

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- Black Tie Optional -
Featuring Live Entertainment by Nightline • Gourmet Seated Dinner • Live Auction

One lucky raffle winner will win a two-year lease on a beautiful 2012 Mercedes-Benz C300 4MATIC,
courtesy of Prestige Automotive Group. Limited number of tickets available at $100 each.

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For more information, contact Stephanie Shelters at (313) 874-6616 or email ssheltel@hfhs.org .

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In the picture above, the Puder family from Lipno, Poland, in the early1930's.

September 13 • 2012


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