“It’s just a small dinner for 150 of our closest friends and relatives,” laughs Intesar Elder, an attorney at Butzel Long. 

The 2004 cum laude graduate of the University of Minnesota Law School and the University of Michigan (B.A., 2000) was at the helm of the celebration on one of the final days of fast and prayer that characterize Ramadan.  Elder explains that the annual dinner is a way to get friends, relatives and associates together to share a traditional Arab meal at one of Dearborn’s premiere banquet centers.  The spread included all the standards we’ve come to love: hummus, baba gannouch, beef tenderloin over rice, and a wide array of sweets.

Greenfield Manor boasts a beautiful facility with fluted columns and sweeping arches, making the visually stunning building hard to miss.  A professional staff makes it idea for this sort of affair.



Russell Ebeid

Flavors or the Arab World December 2nd at the Rock Financial Shwplace,
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