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The Detroit Jewish News, 2013-09-19

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The Legend Of
Hank Greenberg

T

he Berman Center for the
Performing Arts at the
JCC in West Bloomfield
will host "An Intimate Evening with
Hank Greenberg," a free event fea-
turing The Life and Times of Hank
Greenberg filmmaker Aviva Kempner
and Hank Greenberg The Hero of
Heroes author John Rosengren, at 7
p.m. Sunday, Sept. 22.
A first baseman for the Detroit
Tigers, Greenberg
(1911-1986), was
one of the lead-
ing power hitters
of the 1930s and
'40s. Greenberg,
the first Jewish
/ superstar in
Hank Greenberg American profes-
sional sports, was
a five-time All-Star, was twice named
the American League's Most Valuable
Player and was elected to the Hall of
Fame in 1956.
At the program, Rosengren will
discuss Greenberg's place in Detroit
history and Kempner will show new,
never-before-seen clips from her film
including a telephone conversation
with baseball legend Ted Williams.
The event is co-sponsored by
Sandy & Bob Matthews, the Jewish
Historical Society of Michigan,
the Jewish Community Center of
Metropolitan Detroit, the JCC's
Henry & Delia Meyers Library and
Media Center, the Berman Center for
the Performing Arts and the Jewish
Federation of Metropolitan Detroit.

More Appearances

• At 12:40 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 22,
Rosengren and Kempner will
join the Tigers in honoring Hank
Greenberg in a pregame ceremony
before the home team plays the
Chicago White Sox at Comerica
Park
• At noon Monday, Sept. 23,
Rosengren will speak at the Adults
Seeking Knowledge series at Temple
Israel in West Bloomfield. Tickets
are $7 in advance and $10 at the
door. RSVP to Lisa Kaplan by Sept.
19 at lkaplan@temple-israel.org or
(248) 661-5725.
• At 7 p.m. Monday, Sept. 23, at
Nicola's Books, 2513 Jackson Ave.,
Ann Arbor, Rosengren will appear
with Doug Wilson, author of The
Bird: The Life and Legacy of Mark
Fidrych. Visit www.nicolasbooks.
corn.
• At 7 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 24,
Rosengren will appear at Schuler
Books, 2820 Towne Center Blvd.,
Lansing. ❑

With profound regret, we mourn the loss of one of the

Detroit Jewish community's great patrons. Emery joined

the Board of Hebrew Free Loan in 1974 and served as its

President from 1986-1988. He continued his involvement

decades beyond his term, raising funds and actively

supporting the agency across our community. Over the

years, Emery's energy, leadership and deep connection to

HFL helped advance the mission to help local Jews in need.

The Board and staff of Hebrew Free Loan offer wishes of

comfort and heartfelt condolences to the Klein family.

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FREE*LOAN

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