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The Detroit Jewish News, 2012-09-20

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BEGINS TUESDAY!

BEFORE "TH 13IROCAOE:'
THERE WAS "LA CAGE."

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HOW TO SEND IN LISTINGS: Send listings by noon Tuesday, nine days prior to publication.

Email listings and questions to calendar@thejewishnews.com . For telephone inquiries,
call David Sachs at (248) 351-5140.

Much To Do!

SATURDAY, SEPT. 22

SPAULDING COURT

PROSTATE EDUCATION

1 pm-lam. Friends of Spaulding Court, a

8-11:30 am. St. Joseph Mercy Oakland

100-year-old townhouse in north Corktown,
is holding an Oktoberfest to raise funds for
restoration, at 2747 Rosa Parks, Detroit.
Beer, food, bands. $20 in advance; $25 at
door. Tickets: www.oktoberfestcelebration.
eventbrite.com . Information: Jonathan
Koller at jonkoller@gmail.com .

offers free lectures in the Alice Gustafson
Center at the hospital, 44405 Woodward,
Pontiac.

SUNDAY, SEPT. 23

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Shows: Tues.—Fri. 8PM; Sat. 2PM & 8PM; Sun. 2PM & 7:30PM
Tickets: Fisher Theatre box office, ticketmaster.com & 800-982-2787 • Info: BroadwaylnDetroit.com ,
313-872-1000 • Groups (10+): Groups@BroadwaylnDetroit.com (subject line: LaCage) or 313-871-1132

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September 20 • 2012

KII) CITY

11 am-1 pm. Drive through and drop off
donations of used books and media during
Colossal Collection Day at north side of
West Bloomfield JCC on loading dock. Tax
receipts provided. Volunteer sorting every
Wednesday 10 am-2 pm. Information on
other drop-off sites: www.bookstock.info.

YIZKOR AT CEMETERY

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KID CITY

CATTLE BARON'S BALL

6 pm. American Cancer Society Western-

themed fundraiser returns to Joe Louis
Arena in Detroit. Information: 248-663-3401
or cbbdetroit.com .

SUNDAY, SEPT. 30

PIZZA IN THE HUT

6 pm. Erev Sukkot Pizza Dinner at Temple

Emanu-El, Oak Park. Vegetable cheeseless
pizza will be available. Crafts and games
for kids. Family Sukkot service at 7 pm. $5
or $18 per family of more than 3. RSVP by
Sept. 27: 248-967-4020.

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Oakland Area educational session at
Bloomfield Township Library, 1099 Lone
Pine at Telegraph. Free. Information: 248-
594-6602 or www.LWVOA.org .

AKIVA FUN FOR KIDS

BOOKSTOCK COLLECTION

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HEALTH CARE REFORM

10 am-noon. League of Women Voters

10 am-11:30 am. Akiva Hebrew Day School

Early Childhood Center in Southfield's annu-
al PJ Library & Sukkah Decorating Event for
ages 2-9. Arts and crafts, sing-along and
PJ library story. Free. RSVP: Lisa Parshan,
248-386-1625, ext. 233, or parshanl.akiva@
gmail.com

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SATURDAY, SEPT. 29

KID CITY

1 pm. United Jewish Social Club, first-

second- and third-generation Holocaust
survivors' inspirational Yizkor service at
Hebrew Memorial Cemetery, Gratiot and 14
Mile, Clinton Township. The community is
invited. Information: Lillian Schostak, 248-
594-1721.

Walks To Cure Diabetes
In Two Locations Sunday
When Janice and Steve Traison's
daughter Randi was diagnosed with
Type 1 Diabetes (T1D) at age 4, they
felt devastated and lost.
After becoming connected
with JDRF (formerly the Juvenile
Diabetes Research Foundation) they
decided to get active, taking part
in the foundation's annual Walk to
Cure Diabetes.
Randi of West Bloomfield now is
as independent as ever, striving to
be active like her two older sisters,
Rebecca and Elizabeth.
In 2011, Randi organized a com-
munity service project at her school
to raise awareness for T1D and
raised more than $1,000 that con-
tributed to the almost $90,000 her
family has raised for the cause.
Every day, Randi inspires her fam-
ily and friends with her persever-
ance and dedication to helping find
a cure for diabetes.
Of the approximately 80 people
per day who are diagnosed with

THURSDAY, OCT. 4

LLOYD CARR SPEAKS

6 pm. See ex-U-M football coach at St.

Joseph Mercy Oakland fundraiser at
Townsend Hotel, Birmingham. Dr. Harold
and Lynne Portnoy will be honored. He is a
retired neurosurgeon and former chief of
staff. She is a former pediatric nurse. $350.
Tickets: 248-858-3161.

T1D, half are children. The onset
isn't caused by diet or lifestyle, but
strikes suddenly, changing a person's
life forever as incorrectly counting
sugar and carbs can have devastat-
ing effects.
On Sunday, Sept. 23, Randi and
her family will take part in a JDRF
Walk to Cure Diabetes, along with
7,500 others who are raising funds
to support research for a cure.
Walkers will take either a 1.5
mile walk at the GM Tech Center
in Warren or a 5K stroll through
Hudson Mills Metropark near Ann
Arbor. Registration opens at 8:30
a.m. The walks begin at 9:30 a.m.
and conclude at 11:30 a.m.
Walkers can register at walk.jdrf.
org. There is no registration fee, but
participants are encouraged to raise
pledges to support research.
Walkers raising $100 or more will
receive a JDRF Walk T-shirt the day
of the event. Walkers raising $200 or
more are eligible for prizes ranging
from JDRF branded merchandise to
electronics, toys and housewares.

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