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July 02, 1982 - Image 49

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, July 2, 1982 49

New JARC Homes Mark Year's Achievement; Wachler Re-Elected

Two new homes for resi-
dents supervised by the
Jewish Association for Re-
tarded Citizens featured the
year's achievements, Nor-
man Wachler, president,
and Joyce Keller, the
JARC's executive director,
I reported at the annual
oi. meeting Monday evening
held at Temple Emanu - El.
The more than 200 at the
meeting applauded the pro-
gram outlined by Wachler,
who was re-elected
president of the association.
Others elected at the an-
meeting were: Sharon
an and Ann Sipher,
vi presidents; Cheryl
Guyer, secretary; and
Robert Boesky, treasurer.
Elected to the board for

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three-year terms were:
Barry Berlin, Gus Cifelli,
Irving Fields, Jon Garrett,
Rabbi Solomon Gruskin,
June Katz, Claire Kay,
Carol Kent, Daniel Medow,
James Miller, Sheila Ordin,
State Sen. Doug Ross, Joel
Shere and Miriam Moss.
Elected for two-year
terms on the board were:
Marcia Bennett, Harriet
Cooper, Michael
Feldman, Jean Frankel,
Sally Krugel, Adele Meg-
dall, Rhoda Raderman,
Sylvia Schane, Carmi
Slomovitz, Rabbi Lane
Steinger, Barbara
Stollman and David
Techner.
Board members elected
for one-year terms were: Dr.

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