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hands or in the hands of criminals.
"From a Jewish perspective, all of
these kids in Detroit who are being
shot are all of our children" Acker
said. "If we're going to encourage
young people to move back to the city,
our kids have to be safe"
Detroit is currently under scrutiny
by Emergency Manager Kevyn Orr,
appointed by Gov. Rick Snyder to
restructure the city's finances and
make sweeping changes, including
revamping operations of the police and
Former Cincinnati Police Chief
James Craig was recently named the
new Detroit police chief. He has told
reporters "change is coming" to the
police department; he's scheduled to
start July 1.
But Acker says he and his partner
wanted to take action now So, they
took a proactive approach, remov-
ing guns before they can be used in
crimes. The law firm — celebrating 20
years in business this year — is con-
sidering hosting another gun exchange
program in the future.
"We can't save the world, but if this
program can help save just one life, it's
certainly worth it," Acker said.
Thursday, June 20 / 6-8:30pm / Tickets $150
Enjoy a splendid evening at the home of
Gary & Enid Goodman, a residence of architectural significance.
The house was owned originally
by James Couzens (Ford Motor Co.
founding officer; Detroit Mayor; U.S.
Senator) & designed by Albert Kahn,
considered the foremost industrial
architect of his era. It was built
1924-27 & is considered a fine
example of Tudor-revival American
architecture. Now privately owned,
it was recently restored over a three-
year period with much of the original
decor & elements preserved.
Exhange program co-sponsors Barry
Goodman and Gerald Acker
Karen's Kids Fundraiser
Set for June 14
Karen, a single mother of two living
in West Bloomfield, has a 16-year-old
daughter named Kali, who has inoper-
able arteriovenous malformation in
her brain. Because of her disease, Kali
was unable to attend school this year.
Karen has been taking care of her
daughter, which means she had to stop
The goal of Karen's Kids Fundraiser
Presenting TriMas Corporation
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"These guns [turned in during
the exchange program] will never
hurt anyone, we know that for sure"
added Wayne County Sheriff Benny
Napoleon. "They're out of the stream
of commerce and they're off the
"Reducing the number of guns that
wind up in the hands of those who
use them illegally is an important step
toward decreasing the crime that has
us all fearful"
Detroit Business Leaders
To Speak At Luncheon
he 16th annual JVS Strictly
Business Networking and
Awards Luncheon will be
11:30 a.m., Wednesday, June 12, at
The Henry in Dearborn.
Headlining the event is David
T. Fischer, chair-
man and CEO
of the Suburban
is serving as the
chair and key-
note speaker. He
will talk about
ization, the role
organizations such as JVS have in
Elegant strolling dinner by Annabel Cohen,
accompanied by fine wines.
developing the region's workforce,
and what he's learned from his
career in the auto industry.
During the event, two compa-
nies will be honored for helping
Detroit make a rebound. The Ideal
Group Inc. will be honored with
the Business Leadership Award;
and Pam Turkin, founder of Just
Baked, will receive the Rising
Sponsorship and individual
tickets are available to attend the
event. For information, visit www.
jvsdet.org/strictlybiz or contact
Judy Strongman at (248) 233-4213
or firstname.lastname@example.org .
Signature Patty & Ken Eisenbraun
Fred Lavery Company
Further event details will be provided
after ticket purchase.
TICKETS ARE LIMITED!
50 per person
Purchase online: BBArtCenter.org
Or by phone: 248.644.0866 or at the BBAC office,
1516 S. Cranbrook Rd., Birmingham MI 48009
Comerica Bank; Conway MacKenzie;
Lois DeBacker; Delphi Automotive;
Lynn & Brett Forbush; Michelle Goff
& Kevin Kruszewski; Maggie Greene;
Inforumfferry Barclay; Donald & Jeanne
Kunz; Joshua & Lisa Sherbin;
Strategic Labor & Human Resources/
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is to raise money to assist Kali and
her family with living expenses and
unpaid medical bills.
Karen's Kids Fundraiser will be held
from 6-9 p.m. Friday, June 14, at Gotta
Dance in Orchard Lake Mall. There
will be wine, food, shopping and live
music provided by Robin Horlock.
Tickets are $20. For details, con-
tact Julie Ritten at (248) 709-8844 or
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