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September 27, 2012 - Image 55

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2012-09-27

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The situation may be
But not a true

Gilda's Club Elects
Board Members
Gilda's Club Metro Detroit elected
members of the board of directors
to a three-year term including Ellen
Sherman and Lillian Schostak.
Ellen Sherman became famil-
iar with Gilda's Club through her
mother, Janet Jaffe, who served as
a founding board member until
her death from ovarian cancer.
The Bloomfield Hills resident also
serves on the Hebrew Free Loan
executive committee and the Fisher
Foundation Next Generation work-
group. Sherman and her husband,
David, have two children.
Lillian Schostak is a community
philanthropist and also a longtime
supporter of Gilda's Club through the
Schostak Brothers & Co. corporate
team that participates every year at
the Gilda's Family Walk & Health
Fair. She resides in Huntington
Woods with her husband, Mark, and
children.
Gilda's Club Metro Detroit is
located at 3517 Rochester Road in
Royal Oak. Those interested in join-
ing can attend new member meet-
ings 1 p.m. Mondays or 5:30 p.m.
Wednesdays. For information, visit
www.gildasdubdetroit.org or call
(248) 577-0800.

Metro Health Foundation
Funds Pilot Dental Project
The Tri-County Dental Health
Program (TCDH) recently received a
$10,000 grant from the Metro Health
Foundation. The funds will support
a new pilot project in cooperation
with the Macomb Dental Society to
improve access to dental care among
uninsured, low-income residents of
Macomb County.
TCDH determines individuals'
eligibility for emergency dental
services and refers them to a partici-
pating dentist. Those who qualify
for services must be low-income,
uninsured and suffering from dental
pain.
Metro Health Foundation is a
private Detroit grant-making foun-
dation supporting Michigan orga-
nizations in health care and health-
related fields.
Tri-County Dental Health is a
program of JVS, a Southfield-based
human service organization that
helps people realize life's potential.
Every year, the program provides
dental referrals to thousands of
Metropolitan Detroit residents in
need of dental care. For information,
visit www.dentalhealthcouncil.org
or call (248) 559-7767.

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