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The Detroit Jewish News, 2012-09-20

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Happy 10th! from page 24

grassroots, focused on community. That's
what the Expo is all about — working
together to find the best ideas for all the
wonderful moments of our lives."
In the past decade, Joe Cornell has
expanded its business as the Expo has
grown. Now, its weddings division
thrives, providing DJs for backyard to
black-tie nuptials. Its preteen dance
instruction and etiquette program
sells out every season, with nearly 300
sixth-graders registered.
"The way we do business is unique,"
says Schlussel. "There are many
similar companies out there, but we've
always believed that we each fill our
own unique niche, so we're not com-
peting for the same client. Our enter-

tainers are energetic, polished, and
guaranteed to get guests out of their
seats and onto the dance floor while
keeping the focus on the celebrant"
"What we do is never about us," says
Jasgur. "It's always about the families
we work with. We focus on building
relationships with families so we can
walk through their lives and celebrate
their most important occasions. We
have become friends with so many of
our clients — that's the community-
focused way we do business:'

Lynne Meredith Golodner is a writer,

publicist and owner of Your People

LLC in Southfield. She blogs at www.


The Joe Cornell 10th Annual Event Planning Expo & Wedding
Marketplace takes place Sunday, Sept. 23,11 a.m.-3 p.m. at the West
Bloomfield JCC.
Admission is free and open to the public.
In celebration of the 10th Expo, all attendees are registered to
win one of 10 raffle prizes, including a free party from Joe Cornell
Entertainment, a free airbrush tattoo package from Radatattoo, a free
signature dessert station and $200 off a party from Andiamo, a free
bridal or baby shower from Shriners Silver Garden Events Center, a
free candle-lighting set of candles from Davisburg Candle Factory and a
free video montage from Tone-E Films. For information, log on to www.
joecornell.com or call (248) 356-6000.

October 2, 2012 6:30pm

Champps Restaurant

7410 Orchard Lake Rd

West Bloomfield, MI 48322
Please RSVP by October 1, 2012

by calling 800-973-0362.

Bond's Women's Division co-chairs; (front row) Paula Lebowitz, Israel
Bonds registered representative, Anna Levin and Joanna
Photo in folder.

Light food and beverages served.

Israel Bonds Women Raise $625,000 With Home Tour


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(Back row) Elyse Foltyn, Shelley Goldin and Andrea Levin, Israel

September 20 2012

Development Corporation for Israel/
Israel Bond's Metro Detroit Women's
Division Annual Art & Home tour
raised more than $620,000 in new
investment capital for the State of
Participants who purchased a
minimum of $1,000 in Israel Bonds
toured the homes of Elyse and

David Foltyn and Joanna and Jay
Anna and Yale Levin hosted a
beautiful luncheon and house tour at
their home. Nancy Rothstein, "The
Sleep Ambassador," was the special
guest speaker. Her talk focused on
"Sleep Well and Live Well" from a
Judaic perspective. ❑

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