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June 06, 1980 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-06-06

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Shirley Benyas, Leo Mogill Humorist, Hasidic Dancer
to Entertain JFS Volunteers to Entertain Junior Division

Shirley Benyas and Leo
Mogi11 will entertain at the
annual "Thank You" lunch-
_ eon to be given by the
Jewish Family Service and
Resettlement Service for
their volunteers noon Tues-
day at the Federation
Apartments, announces
Susan Citrin, chairman of
the volunteer services
committee of JFS.
s. Benyas and Mogill
orked together for
h
ears with the Wayne
State University Theater
epartment, the Oak Park
Concert Series and other
— similar groups. They often
give readings of the works of
Sholom Aleichem.
Mrs. Benyas has been a

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Humorist Max Sosin and
Hasidic dancer Michael
Tinnman will entertain at
the 42nd annual meeting of
the Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion Junior Division 7:30
p.m. Tuesday in the LaMed
Auditorium of the main
United Hebrew schools
building.
Also on the agenda are
the annual report of outgo-
ing president Kenneth J.
Safran and the election of
officers and board members
for the coming year.
Junior Division is the
Leo Mogill, left, and
Shirley Benyas, will Federation's year-round
entertain at the thank organization for young
you luncheon to be ten- adults of post-college age
dered volunteers for the through • their mid-30s,
Jewish Family Service which combines social, serv-
ands Resettlement Serv-
ice.
music instructor in the
Detroit Public Schools
and Mogill was formerly
the cantor at Temple
Beth El, Windsor.
Edith Garson is chairman
of the day and Rose Roth is
in charge of arrangements.
For information, call the
volunteer services depart-
ment of the JFS, 559-1500.

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