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January 29, 1982 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-01-29

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Hadassah E.Y.E. Bank Event
to Feature Musical Program

Friday, January 29, 1982 37

Mack Pitt

Women's Clubs

NORTHWEST CHILD
RESCUE WOMEN will
have an open meeting
11:30 a.m. Thursday in the
Laurel Woods Apts. club
house.

TERHOOD will host the
Temple Emanu-El Sister-
hood at Shaharit services 9
a.m. Feb. 8 at Bnai Moshe.
Eve Tishkoff, Jewish Fam-
ily living chairman, will

and his

chair the day's activities.
Brunch will be served, fol-
lowed by a tour of the Rose
Lehrman Judaica Museum.
For details, call Della
Hirschbein, 548-8049.

Orchestra

plus

Disco

Music just for you

358-3642

* * *

1

Chairing the annual E.Y.E. Bank Day program for
Greater Detroit Chapter of Hadassah, are, from left:
Marcia Kersch, Rose Berman and Leah Lewis.
Greater Detroit Chapter,
The purchase of a tic-
Hadassah, will hold its an- ket to this event will pro-
nual E.Y.E. (Emphasis on vide support of the
Youth Education) Bank Hadassah Comprehen-
Day 12:45 p.m. Tuesday at sive High School, the op-
Cong. Shaarey Zedek.
eration of a two-year
The musical program will community college in
feature the Tracey Twins, Jerusalem and mainte-
Eunice and Eudice. Their nance of the Hadassah
professional careers include Vocational Guidance In-
TV, records, clubs and stitute in Israel. Tickets
theaters throughout the are available by calling
U.S. and Canada. They the Hadassah office,
have appeared with Steve 357-2920, and at the door.
Allen, Mery Griffin, Art
Carney and Arthur God-
Chapter officers are: An-
frey.
nette Meskin, president;
The duo performs He- Marcia Kersch, program
brew, Yiddish and English vice president; Rose Be-
music with a salute to rman and Leah Lewis, co-
American Jewish perfor- chairman of the day; and
mers, composers and lyri- Irma Glaser and Carol Is-
cists of the 20th Century.
rael, E.Y.E. co-chairmen.



SHAAREY ZEDEK
SISTERHOOD will have
the final program in its
Town Hall series 10 a.m.
Wednesday in the
synagogue. Florine Mark
Ross will be the speaker.
Continental breakfast will
be served. Babysitters are
available by prior request.
Tickets will be available at
the door. For details, call
Gail Goodstein, 661-4430;
or 'Anita Millman, 855-
1617.

Picture Yourself or
Your Loved One Living Here

* * *

BETH SHALOM SIS-
TERHOOD will hear Can-
tor Chaim Najman of Cong.
Shaarey Zedek sing Yid-
dish, Hebrew and English
songs noon Feb. 8 at Beth
Shalom. There is a charge.
Refreshments will be
served.
** *
OAK PARK NSHEI
CHABAD STUDY
GROUP (10 Mile area) will
meet 2:30 p.m. Saturday in
the home of Mrs. Jacob
Ishakis, 24751 Church. The
Nine Mile area group will
meet 3 p.m. Saturday in the
home of Mrs. Yaakov Getz,
23241 Kipling. Mrs. Rochel
Kagan will speak.
** *
ADAT SHALOM SIS-
TERHOOD will have the
first in a series of pre-donor
luncheons, entitled,
"Southern Exposure IV,"
Feb. 10 in the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Maurice Raznick
of Pompano Beach, Fla.,
announces Terran Leemis,
ways and means vice
president. Admission to the
luncheon is gained with the
purchase of a Silver Chai
or Golden Chai ticket to the
sisterhood's annual spring
donor luncheon to be held
April 26. Assisting Mrs.
Leemis are: Esther Allan,
Elaine Rosenblatt, Joan
CAROLYN GREENBERG
Rosenbloom, Maurine
what effect employment Kornwise, Ann Benderoff,
has or will have on the Jackie Bree, Maxine Flagg,
time they have available Renee Lieberman, Ethel
Goldenberg, Arlene Klein,
for volunteering.
Ceil Schwartz, Roz
Mrs. Greenberg said the Katzman, Sharon Hart,
ad hoc committee will bring Betsy Winkelman and Har-
the results of the project be- riet Dunsky. For reserva-
fore Federation within the tions, call in Florida, Mrs.
year.
Allan, (305) 763-8703; or
In addition, subcommit- - Jean Raznick, (305) 972-
tees within the long-range 3921; or in the Detroit area,
planning context will focus Harriet Dunsky, 851-1959.
* * *
on other issues of concern to
the division. Topics and
BNAI MOSHE SIS-
chairmen are self-study,
Beth Feldman; outreach,
Doris August; and Women's New Hadassah
Division-Federation rela-
Chapter Forms
tions, Dulcie Rosenfeld.
With the information
Hadassah is in the proc-
learned through studies in ess of forming a career eve-
Detroit and elsewhere, Mrs. ning group.
Greenberg said the women's
An organizational' meet-
divisions will determine ing will be held 8 p.m. Wed-
how best to respond to the nesday in the home of
changing roles of women Myrna Schlafer, 21305
today and five years down Potomac, Southfield. Des-
the road, creating activities sert will be served.
that will maximize their fu-
For reservations and in-
ture involvement in Feder- formation, call the Hadas-
ation.
sah -office, 357-2920.

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Women to Survey Voluntarism

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The Jewish Welfare Fed-
eration Women's Division is
planning to examine the
attitudes and involvement
of Jewish women with re-
gard to voluntarism, in an
attempt to predict the fu-
ture of the organization. A
questionnaire developed by
the new long-range plan-
ning committee will be sent
in February to 1,000
women, according to chair-
man Carolyn Greenberg.
Mrs. Greenberg also is an
executive member of the
nationwide long range
planning committee, which
operates under the auspices
of the Council of Jewish
Federations' National
Women's Division.
"We will be giving the
questionnaire to current
Women's Division board
members, graduates within
the last 10 years of our
Leadership Seminar pro-
gram, members of our
Career Women's group and
a random sampling of con-
tributors through the di-
vision," she said.
Among other items, the
survey asks respondents
to detail their volunteer
activities, if any, in the
Jewish and general
r Immunities. The women
All be asked if they now
are working outside the
home or plan to take ajob
in the next few years, and

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