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DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Arthur M. Horwitz

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ZOA'S Balfour Celebration
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he Zionist Organization of
America, Michigan Region,
will give its highest honor,
the Justice Louis D. Brandeis Award,
to Janice and Martin Stoneman at its
79th annual Balfour Celebration on
Nov. 10.
The Stonemans of Bloomfield Hills
are community leaders, activists and
lifelong supporters of Israel.
The late Donald E. Van Curler will
be honored with ZOAs Friend of Israel
Leadership Award. He was a ZOA
supporter, champion of Israel and
committed activist in the Christian
community.
Award-winning
author and docu-
mentary filmmaker
Steven Emerson,
executive director
of the Investigative
Project on
Terrorism, will be
the featured speaker.
Steven
The program will
Emerson
begin at 7 p.m.,

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BUSINESS OFFICES

Honorees Janice and Martin
Stoneman

Sunday, Nov. 10, at Congregation
Shaarey Zedek in Southfield. A dessert
afterglow will conclude the evening.
For further information, contact
Kobi Erez at (248) 661-6000, email
kobi@mizoa.org or visit ZOAS new
website, www.mizoa.org .



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Wine & Dine in the D
Fights Multiple Myeloma
The third
annual Wine
& Dine in
the D, an
evening of
gourmet
food, fine
wine and
jazz music,
Sid Moss and Dr.
will take
Jeffrey Margolis
over the
Woodward
Ballroom of the Westin Book Cadillac
Hotel in Downtown Detroit on
Thursday night, Sept. 19.
The event benefits the Multiple
Myeloma Research Foundation
(MMRF), which is committed to accel-
erating the development of treatments
for the incurable blood cancer.
The idea for Wine & Dine in the
D came from its founder, Bloomfield
Township resident Sid Moss, who has
the disease and credits MMRF for pro-
viding him, and other patients, with a
quality of life that wasn't attainable prior
to the foundation's research.
The evening will begin at 5:30 p.m.
with a roundtable presentation by Dr.
Jeffrey Margolis, president of Michigan
Healthcare Professionals, PC; Dr. Jeffrey
Zonder of the Karmanos Cancer Institute;
Dr. Daniel Couriel of the University of
Michigan Comprehensive Cancer Center;
and Joan Levy, MMRF director of transi-

tional research and others.
The wining and dining begins at 6:30
and includes specialties from some of
Metro Detroit's top restaurants. Local
Michigan wineries and microbrewer-
ies will be featured, as well as boutique
wines from around the world.
Detroit jazz artists Ursula Walker and
the Buddy Budson Quintet will provide
the entertainment.
Tickets are $175 each, or $275 for
a patron ticket, which allows the pur-
chaser to attend the afterglow reception.
Special reduced-rate tickets are available
for multiple myeloma patients. To pur-
chase tickets, visit WineAndDineintheD.
com or contact Michele MacWilliams at
(248) 625-0070.

Beth El Offers Early
Childhood Introduction
Temple Beth El's Early Childhood Center
is offering a class titled "Just for Me — A
Loving Introduction to Early Childhood"
for children 18 months to 2 years old at
the Bloomfield Township temple.
Designed to ease the transition from
parent-toddler class to an independent
early childhood program, the class will
be offered on Mondays and Wednesdays
for 31 sessions, Sept. 16-Jan. 15; or on
Tuesdays and Thursdays for 28 sessions,
Sept. 17-Jan. 16. Classes meet from
9:15-10:45 a.m.
For fees, registration or information,
contact Lauren Blitz, Temple Beth El
ECC director, at (248) 865-0611.

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