Faces & Places: Distinguished Service Award And Chicken Soup Cook-Off

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Rotary Club Distinguished Service Award

To Holocaust Survivor Martin Lowenberg

Dec. 3, 2017, Holocaust Memorial Center

Barry Fraser, district governor of Rotary District 6380, presents Holocaust survivor Martin Lowenberg with the Distinguished Service Award Dec. 3 at the Holocaust Memorial Center from Rotary Clubs of Ann Arbor and West Bloomfield. The award is the highest Rotary honor, given to those who have made significant contributions to the community. Lowenberg recounted his stories of survival and loss of family members during the Holocaust. “Let us hope an event like the Holocaust never happens again. I always say, ‘Hate hurts, but love heals,’” he said.
Scott Loney, president, Rotary Club of West Bloomfield; Cindy Hill, president-elect, Rotary Club of West Bloomfield; and Renee Floer 
Docent Joan Climie of West Bloomfield gives some program attendees a tour of the Holocaust Memorial Center.
Rabbi Eli Mayerfeld, CEO of the Holocaust Memorial Center
Collyer Smith, Rotary Club of Ann Arbor, Carol and Martin Lowenberg of Southfield, and HMC Board Member Nick Hersh of Orchard Lake

Chicken Soup Cook-Off

Temple Shir Shalom, West Bloomfield

Jan. 28

Judges Michelle Bayer and Josh Sherbin, both of Bloomfield Hills, and Eric Krause of West Bloomfield are served by Charlotte Milgrin of West Bloomfield.
Enthusiastic taster Savannah Adelson, 8, of West Bloomfield tries five different cups of soup at one time.
Nathan Moskowitz and Brendan Tilds, both 17 and of Bloomfield Hills
Isaac and Dr. Eric Mintz of West Bloomfield stir up some of Dr. Eric’s Magical Healing Chicken Soup.
Alan Abrahams of West Bloomfield yells out last call for raffle tickets.
Chairperson Jan Pedersen of Commerce gives raffle winner Joanne Bas of Farmington Hills her prize.
People’s Choice Award winners Stephen Bussard of Pontiac and Brandon Horvath of Bloomfield Hills
Best Amateur Chicken Soup winner Brian Halprin and son Josh, 14, of Bloomfield Township
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