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DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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F. Kevin Browett

Chief Operating Officer

August 29 • 2013

VP Sandy Lada, VP Sandi Matz, President Suzanne Simon, VP Jennifer
LoPatin, VP Marlene Goodman

Suzanne Simon of West Bloomfield
has been re-elected president of the
National Council of Jewish Women,
Greater Detroit Section. At NCJW,
she first began as a children's advo-
cate and chair of the Community
Outreach Committee before branch-
ing out to many other projects.
Serving in her seventh year as
a vice president of the section is
Marlene Goodman of Farmington
Hills. Vice presidents Jennifer
LoPatin of West Bloomfield and
Sandi Matz of Franklin are both
beginning their fourth terms. Sandy
Lada of Bloomfield Hills is starting
her second year as a vice president.
Corresponding Secretary Sharon
Schmidt of West Bloomfield begins
her second term, as does Bonnie
Tucker of Birmingham in the posi-
tion of recording secretary. Assistant

Walk For Mastocytosis
Fights Little-Known Illness
The Gittleman Family (Barbara, Ted
and Laura) is sponsoring their sixth
annual walk for the Mastocytosis
Society, in memory of their daughter
and sister Sarah Gittleman, and to
raise community awareness and fund
research.
Mastocytosis are
mast cell diseases that
can be life-threaten-
1 1 ing. Since it affects
(
fewer than 200,000
people, patients have
difficulty obtaining
proper medical or
Sarah
other services they
Gittleman
need because those
making the decisions
are not familiar with the disease. There
is no cure, and the treatment is limited
to trying to control the symptoms.
The Mastocytosis Society is a grass-
roots organization. Most of the people
working for TMS either have the disease

recording secretary is Harriet
Dunsky of Bloomfield Hills. Marion
Freedman of West Bloomfield
is beginning her second term as
Treasurer.
Marlene Goodman of Farmington
Hills was given the section's most
prestigious honor, the Hannah G.
Solomon Award, named for NCJW
founder Hannah G. Solomon.
Bobbie Patt of Huntington Woods
received the Ann Rubin Volunteer
Award, honoring the memory of
Ann Rubin, an indefatigable NCJW
volunteer for more than 40 years.
Leslie Moskowitz of Bloomfield Hills
was named this year's Emerging
Leader.
To find out more about NCJW/
Greater Detroit visit the website
www.ncjwgds.org or call (248) 355-
3300, ext. 0.

or know someone who has it.
The walk is scheduled for Sunday,
Oct. 6, at the Huntington Woods
Recreation Center, 26325 Scotia.
Registration is 9:15 a.m. and the walk
starts at 10 a.m. It is a little over 1 mile.
Those who cannot attend can send a
tax-deductible donation at www.
tmsforacure.org/sarah.php . For further
information, contact Barbara Gittleman
at barbaragittleman@gmail.com.

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Multiple Sclerosis Walk
At Kensington Metropark
The National Multiple Sclerosis
Society's Michigan Chapter's WALK MS
will take place on Sunday, Sept. 8. There
is no charge to walk, but donations are
welcome.
The site opens at 9 a.m. with open-
ing ceremonies at 9:45 at Maple Beach,
Kensington Metropark, Milford, fol-
lowed by simultaneous 3-mile and 8.5-
mile walks.
For information, contact Jaimee Wine
at jwine@adl.org.

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