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August 14, 1981 - Image 55

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-08-14

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Kellogg Grant Is Extended
for Jewish Home for Aged

Marvin H. Fleischman,
president of the Jewish
Home for Aged, recently
announced a two-year ex-
, tension grant from the W.K.
Kellogg Foundation.
The $58,500 will allow
the home to continue to
train service providers to
implement the long-term
care information system
throughout a seven-county
- area of Michigan.
The project is designed to
implement a comprehen-
sive, yet efficient, procedure
for assessing people's need

for long term care. A goal of
the project is to encourage
other nursing homes, hospi-
tals and community based
service providers to use the
system when working with
older clients. This goal is
achieved through extensive
seminars awl indi-
vidualized training ses-
sions.
The Jewish Home for
Aged is one of three desig-
nated training centers in
the state to be a recipient of
the extension grant.

The

Maeriages

SHEL ROTT

Karen Foon and Irwin
Danto were married re-
cently at Temple Beth El.
Rabbi Dannel Schwartz and
Cantor John Redfield of-
ficiated. The bride is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Edward Foon of West
Bloomfield. Parents of the
bridegroom are Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Danto of
Southfield. The bride was
attended by her sister, De-
bbie Strickstein, who was
matron of honor. The
bridegroom's brother, Jay
Danto, was the best man.
Following a honeymoon in
Hawaii, the couple is resid-
ing in Southfield.

ORCHESTRA

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Singles Events

OAKLAND SINGLES
invites singles age 23-39 to
enjoy dancing and hors
d'oeuvres at its next party
8:1t) p.m. Sunday at An-
gie's, Farmington Hills. A
cash bar will be available.
There is a charge.

THE JEWISH SING-
LES (21-35) announce that
reservations for the Aug. 30
trip to Meadow Brook to
hear Loretta Lynn are due
Aug. 21.
Softball is held 10:30 a.m.
Sundays at Cranbrook
Park. Volleyball is held 8:30

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Miss Weinsaft
Plans to Marry

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Arlazaroff - Avrunin -
Weitzman Branch, Labor
Zionist Alliance, will have a
meeting noon Sunday at the
Labor Zionist Institute.
Morris Friedman will
speak on "From Leon Pins-
ker to Theodor Herzl." Re-
freshments will be served,
and guests are welcome.

SECOND GENERA-
TION SINGLES will hold
their debut dance party 8:30
p.m. Aug. 23 at the Steak
and Ale, Farmington Hills.
There is a charge. A cash
bar, disc jockey and re-
freshments will highlight
the evening.

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p.m. Monday at the Jimmy
Prentis Morris Branch of
the Jewish Community
Center.
A few places still are
available for the trip to To-
ronto Sept. 4-7, with ac-
commodations at the Shera-
ton Centre Hotel. Cost of the
trip includes round-trip
train fare and accommoda-
tions based on double occu-
pancy. For details, call Jan
Barkin at Travel One, 559-
7570.
For information on
Jewish Singles activities,
call Sue Katz, 532-6505; or
Allan Gale, 542-2762.

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LZA Branch
Plans to Gather

Friday, August 14, 1981

Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Weinsaft of Detroit an-
nounce the engagement of
their daughter, Pamela, to
Kenneth J. Bloom, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Mitcheal
Bloom of Southfield.

Welcome to the Alexander Home. A warm, personal home set in
the middle of a residential neighborhood. Serving those who need
private care. •

Miss Weinsaft was
graduated from Oakland
University. Her fiance was
graduated from Michigan
State University and the
University of Detroit School
of Ijaw and will attend New
York University, where he
will pursue studies toward a
master's degree in taxation,
in the fall.
A January wedding is
planned.

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Tamarack Staff
Reunion Planned

The Tamarack Staff
Alumni Association will
have a Labor Day weekend
reunion Sept. 4-6 at the Or-
tonville site.
All former Tamarack
staff and their families are
invited and all alumni
attending the weekend
must be association mem-
bers.
Fee for the weekend in-
cludes waterfront activities,
arts and crafts, sports,
campfires and more.
Application deadline is
Aug. 21. Applications
should be sent to Tamarack
Alumni Association, 6600
W. Maple, West Bloomfield,
48033. For application and
information, call the Fresh
Air Society, 661-0600.

BB Director

WASHINGTON — Dr.
Leonard C. Schneider has
been appointed director of
research and planning of
Bnai Brith International.

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