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July 04, 1980 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-07-04

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, July 4, 1980

36

Wachler to Lead Jewish Association for Retarded

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357-1010

Norman G. Wachler, a
long-time member of the
Jewish Association for Re-
tarded Citizens, was elected
president of the organiza-
tion at its annual meeting
June 26 at the Jewish
Community Center.
Wachler will lead the
JARC in its efforts to estab-
lish more group homes for

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retarded adults in the
Jewish community.
The JARC recently
opened its fourth home, this
one in cooperation with
Macomb-Oakland Regional
Center to serve those who
have been in institutions for
retarded persons.
Wachler, vice president
of Osmun's men's clo-
thing store chain, is on
the board of governors
of the Jewish Welfare
Federation and sits on
the JWF's Community
Services budgeting and
planning division, as well
as the Detroit Service
Group board.
Wachler, an associate
chairman of the Allied
Jewish Campaign for the
past three years, also served
as pre-Campaign chairman
and chairman of the Mer-
cantile Division. He has
been a board member of the
Fresh Air Society, Jewish
Community Center and
Hebrew Free Loan Associa-
tion.
His civic involvement in-
cludes the board chairman-
ship of Botsford General
Hospital and membership
on the board of the Amal-
gamated Clothing Workers

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Insurance Fund. He is a with slides of the resi- seven retarded persons
former director of the Chil- dents of JARC's Haverim served to 44 and all of the
Homes and of the par- JARC's programs; from two
dren's Orthogenic School.
Other officers elected at ticipants in its apartment staff persons to more than
20; from an annual budget
the JARC annual meeting program.
of some $40,000 to more
are: Sharon Alterman and
than $400,000.
Ann Sipher, vice presidents;
She especially com-
Cheryl Guyer, Evelyn Bider
mended her staff for helping
and Robert Boesky,
build the JARC into a pro-
secretaries; and Sylvia
fessional organization that
Schane, treasurer.
is well respected in the men-
Board members are
tal health community and
Marcia Bennett, Dr.
in the Jewish community.
Gerald Berlin, Harry Be-
rlin, Morton Collins,
Nazi Parade
Charlotte Dubin, David
The Detroit City Council
Frank, Edith Frank,
postponed action on the
Trudy Gilmore, Irving L.
Nazi-Ku Klux Klan appli-
Goldman, Adele Megdall,
cation for an August parade
Sheila Ordin, Meyer
permit until Wednesday,
Pearlman, Rhoda
when this issue of The
Raderman, Pearl Shap-
Jewish News went to press
iro, Joel Shere, Anna
NORMAN WACHLER
Slomovitz, Ronald Stone,
She noted that in the past
m
The difference be
Joseph Tanzman and Dr. 2 1/2 years the association
coaching
and
criticiziiig
is
Wagenheim.
Elliott
has grown in every area: your attitude.
A highlight of the annual from one home to four; from
—Fred Smith
meeting was the presenta-
tion of awards to the Temple
Israel Youth Group for its
sponsorship of many activi-
ties on behalf of the JARC
and residents of its Haverim
CUSTOM MURALS
Homes; and to Martin
Shenkman, a volunteer citi-
Children's Rooms
zen advocate for one of the
residents.
Offices
Outgoing president Sha-
Homes
ron Alterman delivered the
annual report. She cited the
356-3363
progress by the JARC since
NORI GEFFEN
its boar,d reorganization 2 1/2
years ago and paid tribute
to the association's founders
for their persistence and de-
votion to the group home
- 6:30-7:30
Tues., and Thurs.
concept.
In turn, the outgoing
president was presented by
Northwestern Hwy. just S. of 12 Mile Rd.
the board and staff with a
special tribute: 10 "bricks"
July 15th thru Aug. 7th
for the development fund of
8 classes of $16.00
the JARC, in recognition of
Send check to: Nancie Necie Chayet
her dedication and skills.
P.O. Box 5283, W. Bloomfield, Mi. 48033
Joyce Keller, executive
or drop off at Ark West Lanes
director of the JARC,
illustrated her report
$2.50 per class payable at door

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