Faces & Places – FJA Gala & Kadima Gardening Day

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Check out this gallery of photos from the Frankel Jewish Academy’s 2018 Annual Gala and Kadima’s 3rd Annual Gardening Day.

Frankel Jewish Academy’s 2018 Annual Gala

The Berman Center for the Performing Arts
June 7, 2018

Photos by Jorge Lemus
Amy Sabbota Gottlieb and Ora Singer, both of Huntington Woods, with Gretchen and Ethan Davidson of Birmingham; at right is Darin McKeever of the William Davidson Foundation.
Arthur and Beverly Liss of Bloomfield Hills
Gala co-chair Shari Kaufman of Orchard Lake; former Federation CEO and honoree Robert Aronson, who played an instrumental role in securing funding for the school; Gala co-chair Nancy Grosfeld of Bloomfield Hills; and FJA Head of School Azaryah Cohen
Allan and Joy Nachman of Bloomfield Hills
David and Nancy Farber of Franklin with Rabbi Harold Loss of Temple Israel
Adam Block and Ilana Goldberg Block of Huntington Woods were among the more than 350 attendees.
Dr. Jack and Amy Folbe with Jane and Larry Sherman. Folbe will soon be installed as FJA’s 11th president of the board of trustees.
Doreen Hermelin of Bingham Farms with Jeffrey Lasday of the Jewish Community Center

Faces & Places – HMC Award Ceremony

Kadima’s 3rd Annual Gardening Day

Southfield and various locations
June 24, 2018

Federation NEXTGen volunteers help at a Kadima home: Ben and Erin Kramer, Birmingham; Lauren Cohn and Jaime Bean, both of Huntington Woods; Jason Rubenfire, West Bloomfield; Noah Betman, Detroit; Allison Huber of Kadima; and Janet Schenk, Bloomfield Hills. NEXTGen was a partner in the event.
Macomb Community College occupational therapy students Jackie Sucura and Andrea Misho. The occupational therapy department was a partner for the event.
Chad and Miriam Techner of West Bloomfield tend to the Henrietta and Herbert Charfoos Kadima Center Community Garden in Southfield with Molisia Young, Kadima Zussman Activity Center coordinator.
Elana Harr, Jocelyn Adelman, Shoshanna Harr and Barrett Harr, all of Farmington Hills, joined more than 40 volunteers during Kadima’s Gardening Day, presented by Wallside Windows.
Judy Arbuckle, Lake Orion
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