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July 04, 2013 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2013-07-04

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metro >> around town

Shabbat In The Sun

Adat Shalom to host its second
family-friendly service and barbecue.

T

he first "Shabbat in the Sun" program June 14 at
Adat Shalom Synagogue was so much fun that the
synagogue will hold another one.
Adat Shalom welcomes families from throughout the
community to attend on Friday, July 12, at the playground
of the Farmington Hills synagogue. The musical Shabbat
will begin at 5:45 p.m. Hazzan Dan Gross, Rabbi Rachel
Shere and Dan Shere will lead the group in family-friendly
Shabbat music and dance.
A hot dog (and veggie dog) barbecue supper with all the
fixings will follow.
Bring a blanket or use one of the synagogue's picnic
tables. After dinner, families are invited to hang out, shoot
some hoops and play on the playground.
Families of all ages are welcome. There is a $3/person
charge or $15/family maximum. Respond to Adat Shalom
Jewish Family Educator Debi Banooni at (248) 626-2153 or
dbanooni@adatshalom.org .



Rabbi Rachel Shere, Hazzan Daniel Gross and Dan Shere lead a musical Shabbat.

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Moskovitz family of Beverly Hills: Kris and Avi with Emma, 8, and
Lily, 2.

Strictly Business

T

he 16th annual Strictly Business
Networking and Awards lun-
cheon drew 650 business and
community leaders to the Henry Hotel in
Dearborn on June 12.
"We raised nearly $280,000, which

Steven Migliore of West Bloomfield watches his son,
Jacob, try to strum Dan Shere's guitar.

JVS annual luncheon honors business leaders, raises nearly $280,000.

will enable JVS to continue to put people
in Metro Detroit to work:' said co-chair
Michael Tobin.
Jason Raznick, 2012 Rising Entrepreneur
Award recipient, presented the 2013 award
to Pam Turkin, founder of Just Baked cup-

cakes.
"We were delighted that Pam brought
cupcakes for everyone, which added a
million calories to our total:' said event co-
chair John Jacobs.
JVS President and CEO Barbara

Previous Rising Entrepreneur Award
Strictly Business Honorary Chair David T. Fischer, JVS CEO
Barbara Nurenberg, JVS COO Leah Rosenbaum and JVS Board recipient Jason Raznick, founder of
Benzinga, and 2013 recipient Pam
Chair Lee Hurwitz
Turkin, founder of Just Baked cupcakes.

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July 4 • 2013

Samantha, 2, and Mallory, 4,
Columbus of Keego Harbor

Nurenberg lauded honorary chair and
keynote speaker David T. Fischer, presi-
dent and CEO of the Suburban Collection,
for his speech, which urged community
leaders to "do more and care more for our
community." ❑

JVS board member Beth Gotthelf, Strictly Business Co-Chair
Michael Tobin, Gilda and Strictly Business Co-Chair John
Jacobs

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