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January 22, 1982 - Image 52

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-01-22

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

52 Friday, January 22, 1982

Communal Workers' Seminar Scheduled by the Midrasha

agencies, are presenting a
professional development
seminar for Jewish com-
munal service workers.
The professional de-

The Midrasha College of
Jewish Studies, in coopera-
tion with the Jewish Wel-
fare Federation and the di-
rectors of Jewish communal

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velopment seminar is a
series of 18 seminars over a
period of two years, which
will lead to the degree of
diploma in Jewish com-
munal service. -
The'current schedule is as
follows:
Feb. 10, 8:30 a.m., Dr.
Jehuda Reinharz, pro-
fessor of history, director
of the program of Judaic
studies, University of
Michigan, -"How Did the
Modern Jewish Commu-
nity Begin?";

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MISS FRIEDMAN

Judge and Mrs. Benjamin
J. Friedman of Oak Park
announce the engagement
of their daughter, Michelle
Tamar, to Jeffry Steven Ap-
pel, son of Dr. and Mrs. Max
Appel of Oak Park.

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Dec. 30 — To Eric and Dr.
Marilyn Berkley (Dr. Mari-
lyn Selik) of Southfield, a
daughter, Sarah Erin.
* * *
Dec. 22 — To Mr. and

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Births

March 18, 8:30 a.m.,
Rabbi Harold Schulweis,
Valley Beth Shalom,
Jan. 18 — To Mr. and
Encino, Calif., "Havurot Mrs. Paul Scheinker
and Jewish Para- (Marsha Forman) of South-
Professionals";
field, a son, Bradley Justin.
April 22, 8:30 a.m., Dr.
Reinharz, "The Historical
Jan. 14 — To Mr. and
Background to Contempor- Mrs. Larry Kaplan (Debi
ary Problems and Issues in Kaber) of Oak Park, a
Jewish Communal Life";
daughter, Kyley Dawn.
May 13, 8:30 a.m., Renee
* * *
Wohl, "The Shaping of the
Jan.
13

To Dr. and Mrs.
American Jewish Experi-
Michael
Eichenhorn
(Debra
ence"; and
June, 3, 8:30 a.m., Mrs. A. Scully) of Lathrup Vil-
lage, a son, David Justin.
Wohl, "The Contempor-
* * *
ary American Jewish
Jan. 13 — To Mr. and
Experience."
The professional de- Mrs. Paul Schwartz (Sandy
velopment seminar is open Bricker of St. Louis, Mo.) of
to those professionals who West Bloomfield, twin sons,
operate in the Jewish com- Jordan Scott and Nicholas
munal service agencies of Jay.
* * *
metropolitan Detroit,
teachers and educators and
Jan. 11 — To Mr. and
synagogue personnel.
Mrs. Joseph L. Konheim
The fee for the program (Lisa Kurtz) of Oak Park, a
has been waived -under a
son, Ari Louis.
* * *
grant of the Jewish Com-
munity Foundation of the
Jan. 5 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Jewish Welfare Federation.
Dennis Rosette (Cheryl
For information, contact Fine) of Oak Park, a daugh-
Mrs. Rochelle Millen, edu-
ter, Erin Margaret.
cational consultant to the
* * *
United Hebrew Schools,
Dec. 31 — To Mr. and
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Mrs. Richard Combs
(former Detroiter Louise
Sweet) of London, England,
a daughter, Sarah Ash.
* * *
Dec. 30 — To former De-
troiter Mel Bluestein and
Mrs. Bluestein (Naama Is-
raili) of Kibutz Ramat
Yochanan, Israel, a son,
Elon.

Miss Friedman was
graduated from the Univer-
sity of Michigan and earned
a Juris Doctor degree at the
University of Detroit Law
School. Her fiance also was
graduated from U-M and
earned a Juris Doctor de-
gree at Emory University
School of Law in Atlanta,
Ga.
An early June wedding is
planned.

LZA Branch
Plans Program

Branch Seven, Labor
Zionist Alliance, will pre-
sent a program on "Chang-
ing Attitudes and
Reaganomics" at 8 p.m.
Sunday in the Labor Zionist
Institute, 25900 Greenfield,
Oak Park.
Carl Mark Pall, assistant
to the president of
AFSCME, will be the guest
speaker.
Refreshments will be
served. The public is in-
vited.

Mrs. Richard Keith Cohen
(Kathi Nederlander) of Ann
Arbor, a daughter, Rebecca
Jo.
• *
Dec. 22 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Mitchell (Lisa
Dorfman) of Farmington
Hills, a son, Benjamin Lee.
* * *
--
Dec. 12 — To former De-
troiter Dr. Peter Kutnick
and Mrs. Kutnick (Carole
Stevenson) of Brighton,
England, a son, Samuel Jay.
* *
Dec. 3 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas Bruce (former De-
troiter Marilyn Goldin) of
Philadelphia, Pa., a daugh-
ter, Eliza Kate.

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BACK
TO
TAMARACK
Sunday, Jan. 31, 1982 — 9 AM-5 PM

for STAFF, ALUMNI, FAMILY AND FRIENDS

"A WINTER'S DAY GATHERING"

A large number of activities will be taking place throughout the
day, including ice skating, tobogganing, cross-country skiing,
snowshoeing; ice fishing and hiking. The camp will have a
limited number of toboggans, skis, fishing poles, and snow
shoes available for participants to use, but registrants are
advised to bring their own equipment. Coffee, tea, hot choco-
late and cookies will be available all day long. A hot lunch will be
served at 12:30 p.m.

A fee of $5.00 per adult and $3.00 for children will be charged.
The fee will include coffee, hot chocolate, donuts, lunch and
use of the camp's equipment and facilities. Unpaid 1982 dues
of $5.00 will be collected if not already paid.

Remember the Way?

1-75 North to Grange Hall Rd. (Fenton exit-turn right) to Barron
Rd. (turn left)-to Perryville Rd. (turn right) to entrance (register
at Camp Office).

Questions/Directions call us Sunday at camp 1-627-2821.
Keep the 01' Tamarack Spirit Flowin
and The Alumni Association Growin —
Join the:

TAMARACK STAFF ALUMNI ASSOCIATION

6600 W. Maple Rd., W. Bloomfield, Mi. 48033

(313) 661-0600

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