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October 16, 1981 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-10-16

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, October 16, 1%1 31

Fresh Air Names Michael Zaks, Appoints 3 Assistant Directors

Allan Nachman, presi-
dent of Fresh Air Soci-
ety, recently announced

several executive staff
changes.
Michael Zaks was named

Fon

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executive director, succeed-
ing the recently retired
Samuel Marcus. Zaks is a
graduate of Cass Technical
High School and received
his degree in industrial
management and engineer-
ing from Lawrence Institute
of Technology. He con-
tinued his graduate studies
in management at Wayne
State University.
Zaks has been associated
with the Fresh Air Society
for the 15 years. He has
served as administrative
assistant, business man-
ager, assistant executive di-
rector and associate execu-
tive director.

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work degree from the Uni- Newman has been a Fresh
versity of Michigan and re- Air Society staff memberfor
cently spent a year in Israel. eight years.

furnishings

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charge of the agency's Fam-
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ceived his master of social

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He is credited with de-
veloping the Butzel Con-
ference Center, the fam-
ily camping concept, new
teen-age programs and in
recent years the major
change in the Jewish in-
flection of residential
camping programs of-
fered by the agency.
Zaks also serves as execu-
tive secretary of the
Tamarack Hills Authority
Named as assistant
executive directors are
Marvin Berman, Robert W.
Lipsitz and Leonard A.
Newman.
Dr. Berman will be the
new resident director of
Camp Tamarack at Orton-
ville. He received his docto-
rate in education at the
University of Michigan. In
addition to his summer re-
sponsibilities, Dr. Berman
will administer school and
week-end rental programs
of the Tamarack Hills Au-
thority at Ortonville.
Lipsitz is a graduate of
the School of Natural Re-
sources at Michigan
State University. He is
the purchasing agent for
the Fresh Air Society, di-
rects the Butzel Confer-
ence Center and the out-
door education program
at Ortonville.
Newman was named to
the position of resident di-
rector of Camp Tamarack at
Brighton and will also be in

WSU Hillel Plans
an Oneg Shabat

The Bnai Brith Hillel
Foundation at Wayne State
University will sponsor an
oneg Shabat 8:30 p.m. today
at the Hillel House, 14400
W. 10 Mile, Oak Park.
Abraham Pasternak will
speak on the Holocaust
reunion he attended in Is-
rael in July. Refreshments
will follow. Admission is
free.

The Detroit Chapter of
The American Technion Society

cordially invites you to attend its

33rd Annual Dinner

Sunday, November 8, 1981

at

Congregation Adat Shalom

29901 Middlebelt Road

Farmington Hills

Guest Speaker

Major General (Res) Amos Horev

President Technion Israel lstitute of Technology

Cocktails 6:00 p.m.
Dinner 7:00 p.m.

Dress Optional
$100 per person for the
Michigan Dormitory Building

R.S.V.P.
Technion Office

559-5190

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