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The Detroit Jewish News, 2014-03-20

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March 20 • 2014


Golf Charity
'cps Award

Steve Stein

Contributing Writer


he Millman NRG Foundation
— the initials are an acronym
for No Restrictions Golf — is a
finalist for a prestigious da Vinci Award.
"We're excited, honored and humbled
by the recognition:' said Scott Millman of
Farmington Hills, a master golf teaching
professional who oversees the foundation.
Established in 2001, the international
da Vinci Awards program recognizes
the most innovative developments and
research in adaptive and assistive tech-
This year's Michigan awards banquet
will be held Thursday, April 10, at the
Ford Conference & Event Center in
The black-tie-optional event features
an Academy Awards-style awards presen-
tation with big-screen videos and glass
trophies going to the winners.
Proceeds benefit the Michigan Chapter
of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society.
More than 18,000 state residents live with
The Millman Foundation is one of
three nominees for a da Vinci Award in
the Recreation/Leisure/Rehabilitation/
Fitness category.
Thanks to the foundation, more than
300 veterans and others with disabilities
from teens through senior citizens have
participated in free golf clinics over the
past three years.
The foundation has presented two
major clinics each year and has been a
part of many other events. It has worked
with Friendship Circle and JARC.
Both foundation clinics last year were
held at Whispering Willows Golf Course
in Livonia.
Home medical equipment supplier
Wright & Filippis of Rochester Hills is a
foundation partner.
Millman, 43, said his wife, Teresa
Millman, has been an invaluable help
behind the scenes.
Golf instructor Forrest Geary has
helped Scott Millman teach at the
foundation clinics all three years. Scott
Millman also thanked foundation board
member Justin Comstock for his "tireless
While the foundation is celebrating
its da Vinci award nomination, it's also
mourning the loss of one of its board
Scott Millman said Zach Potter, a U.S.
Army veteran who served two tours of
duty in Iraq and suffered from post-
traumatic stress disorder, provided great

Scott Millman

help to the foundation before his death
Jan. 9 at age 32.
The dates for this year's foundation
clinics haven't been set. Clinics are nor-
mally held in May and September.
In addition to his work with the
foundation, Scott Millman is director
of instruction at Play Golf 365 in West
Bloomfield Township.
To purchase tickets for the da Vinci
awards banquet, contact Patti Radzik at
(248) 936-0342 or patti.radzik@nmss.org .

Masters ful Raffle


Someone will win a 2015 Masters golf
tournament experience at the 24th
annual Hank Greenberg Memorial Golf
The drawing for a raffle will take place
after dinner Monday, June 9, at Franklin
Hills Country Club. The winner does not
need to be present.
Raffle tickets are $100. Proceeds will
benefit the nonprofit Michigan Jewish
Sports Foundation, which presents the
Two-hundred tickets are available, and
they'll be sold at the invitational if any
are left.
The experience doesn't include trans-
portation, and the winner must be at
least 21 years old.
Two tickets for Friday, Saturday or
Sunday (April 10-12, 2015) are part of the
package, which has a value of $5,000.
Also included are lodging for one
night, entrance into the VIP lounge, valet
parking, shuttle service, food, open bar,
programs, mementos and a golf swing
Foundation Executive Director David
Blatt said this is the third Masters experi-
ence raffle the organization has done.
Two have been in connection with the
Greenberg Invitational and one with the
Michigan Sports Hall of Fame induction
"The first two raffles were very suc-
cessful," he said. "The winners loved the
To purchase a raffle ticket, contact
Blatt at blatt@michiganjewishsports.org
or (248) 592-9323.
If the winner isn't at the invitational,
he or she will be notified within seven
days. ❑

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