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March 19, 1982 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-03-19

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36 Friday, March 19, 1982

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Jewish Singles Needs Focus of Panel Discussion at Beth Shalom

A panel discussion on
"What Do Jewish Singles
Want From the Community
— What Can the Commun-
ity Offer Its Singles" will
highlight a Singles Shabat
observance 8:30 p.m. March
26 at Cong. Beth Shalom.
Part of a two-day obser-
vance focusing on the needs
of Jewish singles — social,
cultural, religious and edu-
cational — the panel in-
cludes Rabbi David Nelson,
spiritual leader of Beth

Shalom; Sandra Feuer, di-
rector of the Junior and
Metropolitan Divisions of
the Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion; Gary Leo, assistant
executive director of the
Jewish Community Center;
and Sam Lerner, executive
director of the Jewish Fam-
ily Service and director of
Resettlement Service.
State Sen. Jack Faxon
(D-5th District) will be the
moderator.
Rabbi Nelson has been

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the spiritual leader at
Beth Shalom for 10 years.
Prior to his current post,
he held pulpits in Rio de
Janeiro and in Baltimore.
`Ordained at the Jewish
Theological Seminary of
America, Rabbi Nelson is
the director of the Michi-
gan Region, United
Synagogue of America,
and is affiliated with
many rabbinical organi-
zations and rabbinic
bodies of national Jewish
organizations.
In the general commun-
ity, Rabbi Nelson has held a
variety of posts, particu-
larly in groups dealing with
interfaith dialogues. He has
received numerous awards.
In addition, he serves as an
advocate for Russian im-
migrants, singles and
senior citizens.
Miss Feuer formerly was
the director of the Detroit
Institute for Children's de-
velopmental learning de-

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Singles

Events

SECOND GENERA-
TION SINGLES will spon-
sor a dance contest at its
next party, Spring Bash '82,
at 8 p.m. Sunday at Scan-
dals at the Southfield
Ramada Inn. The evening,
for singles age 23-45, will
include music for dancing
and light refreshments.
There is an admission
charge. To get on the mail-
ing list, write Second Gen-
eration Singles, P.O. Box
2571, Southfield, 48075-
2571.

partment. Prior to that she
was an educational
specialist with the Wayne
County Intermediate
School District.
She is a member of the
Michigan Regional Advis-
ory Board of the Anti - De-
famation League of Bnai
Brith and has served on the
urban affairs subcommittee
of the Jewish Community
Council.
Miss Feuer was
graduated from Wayne
State University, where
she earned a BA degree
and Master of Arts de-
gree.
Leo has been the assis-
tant executive director of
the Jewish Center since
1976. He was graduated
from Queens College, New
York University and Rut-
gers University, and holds
BA, MA and MSW degrees.
Prior to his current post,

SEN. JACK FAXON

for of child casework
services.
He is a member of numer-
ous professional organiza-
tions and is the past presi-
dent of the Michigan Soci-

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Ervin Monroe, flutists, will
be featured, with five addi-
tional members of the De-
troit Symphony Orchestra,
in a chamber music concert
7:30 p.m. April 4 at the
Birmingham Temple.
The program will include
works by W.F. Bach, Bizet
and Telethann.
For tickets call Evelyn
Kreger, 544-8350. Group
tickets are available.

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tor at the YM-YWHA of
metropolitan New Jersey in
West Orange. From 1965 to
1968, Leo was an assistant
professor of education at
Montclair State College.
He is a member of the As-
sociation of Jewish Center
Workers, Conference of
Jewish Communal Service
and the National Associa-
tion of Social Workers. In
August 1981, he partici-
pated in an executive de-
velopment training semi-
nar and a training institute
sponsored by the Confer-
ence of Jewish Communal
Service in fall 1975 and
spring 1976.
Lerner has been in his
leadership post at the
JFS since May 1963. A
graduate of the Smith
College of Social Work,
Lerner began his career
at the Jewish Guidance
Clinic in Newark N.J. He
later went on to the JFS
in St. Paul, Minn., where
he served five years as
supervisor, to the Battle
Creek Child Guidance
Clinic and Wayne County
Juvenile Court as direc-

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BNAI BRITH SING-
LES will have an auction

for members and friends 7
p.m. Sunday in the Bnai
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ticipants should bring
nominally-priced items to
be auctioned off. Refresh-
ments will be served.

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Lerner has contributed
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