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March 18, 1977 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-03-18

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Russian Gymnasts Join Center Staff to Teach Youth Courses

The Jewish Community
Center announces the
addition of two Russian
gymnasts to its physical
education staff. Dr. Vla-
dimir Mironov and Dr.
Zinaida Mironov, a hus-
band and wife team who
have immigrated from
the /Soviet Union, will

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PhD degrees in biological
science (with specialties
in gerontology) from uni-
versities in the U.S.S.R.,
have taught gymnastic's
and related sports, have
published dozens of arti-
cles on health and physi-
cal education, have
taught champion gym-
nasts and coaches and
have served as judges in
international compe-
titions.

THE MIRANOVS
have taught gymnastics,
physical fitness and re-
lated classes on the east
coast. Prior to- their ap-
pointment at the Jewish
Community Center, the
Since their arrival in the Mironovs were head
U.S. in 1975, the Mironovs coaches at the SOuthfield
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teach gymnastics to chil-
dren at the Center's 10
Mile branch in Oak Park.

-

Center Branch Names Basch
Associate Executive Director

Bob Basch, director of
health and physical edu-
cation at the Jewish
Community Center for
the past 18 years, has
been promoted to as-
sociate executive director
of the Center's 10 Mile
branch.
A native of New York.,
Basch received a BS de-
gree in education and an
MS degree in health and
physical education from'

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He was assistant direc-
tor of health and physical
education for the Jewish
Community Center in
Rochester, N.Y., and di-
rector of health and phys-
ical education at Centers
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Camden County, N.J., be-
fore joining the Detroit
Center's staff in 1959.
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articles on health and
physical education, de-
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cal Education Institute in
Israel. Basch has won
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Center Camera Club and
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Basch will be responsi-
ble for expanding and de-
veloping programs, in
addition to supervision of
the 10 Mile branch physi-
cal education program.

UOJCA to Honor
Officer at Dinner

NEW YORK — George
B. Falk, industrialist and
philanthropist, will be the
guest of honor at the 79th
Anniversary. National
Dinner of the Union of
Orthodox Jewish Congre-
gations of America.
• Falk, who serves as
UOJC treasurer, will be
presented with the UOJC
Kether Shem Toy Award
at the dinner May 15 at
the New York Hilton
Hotel.

Academy for Gymnastics
and Physical - Education. .
Dr. Zinaida Mironov
teaches elementary
gymnastics 4 p.m. Thurs-
days and intermediate
gymnastics 5 p.m. Thurs-
days at the 10 Mile
branch. The following two
classes will also be offered
beginning March 21:
modern rhythmic gym-
nastics for boys and girls,
age 7-12, 1,0 weeks,; 6 p.m.
Mondays and ThursdayS
and Olympic-style . gym-
nastics for boys and girls
age 7-12, 10 weeks, 4 p.m.
Mondays..
For information, call
Bob Basch at the 10 Mile
branch, 967-4030.

Carter Is Backed

NEW YORK — The
American Jewish Com-
mittee has endorsed the
Carter Administration's
proposal for the •estab-
lishment Of a federal
Energy Department as
"vital to the achieve-
ment - of a comprehen-
sive American energy
,policy and urged swift
passage of the appropri-
ate legislation by Cob-
gress.

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