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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-11-05

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Detroit NCJW Celebrates 20th Anniversary
of Orchards Children's Service Project

Greater Detroit Section,
National Council of Jewish
Women, will celebrate the
20th anniversary of its Or-
chards Children's Services

project at 8 p.m. Wednesday
at Temple Beth El.
The guest speaker will be
Dr. Fitzhugh Dodson, child
psychologist, lecturer, TV

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personality and author of
eight texts on child raising
and two children's books. A
graduate of Johns Hopkins,
Dr. Dodson holda degrees as
well from Yale and UCLA.
He has been a psychologist
in private practice for more
than 20 years.
The Orchards was for-
mally dedicated on Sept. 9,
1962. From the beginning,
the operation of the resi-
dence and the development
of subsequent services has
been the result of the
partnership of volunteers
and professionals.
Through this partner-
ship, the Orchards has
grown from one .resi-
dence housing eight emo-
tionally troubled boys to
eight. district homes and
programs serving chil-
dren, their families, the
general community and
students and profession-
als in the field of child de-
velopment.
Currently, three resi-
dences, under the director-
ship of Bruce Binstock, pro-
vide the security of a home
setting to children in
therapy. These are the
Livonia Residence, the
Southfield Residence and
soon-to-be opened Adoles-
cent Girls Residence, the
only home for troubled girls
in Oakland County.
Gerald Levin is executive
director of the Orchards
Children's Service.
. Another Orchards pro-
gram is the Ted Schwartz
Day Camp established in
1978 by Sylvia Schwartz in
memory of her husband.
The camp, located on the
grounds of the Livonia Re-
sidence, serves children
ages 3-6 whose physical or
behavorial problems make
attendance at a regular day
camp impossible. Donna 01
lerman is the camp director.
Children's needs are
also met through the
Community Program in-
augurated in 1969 to
serve youngsters iden-
tified by kindergarten or
first grade teachers as
having potentially seri-
ous emotional problems.
Suzanne Franklin serves
as program coordinator.
Two recent services are
the Aaron and Helen L.
DeRoy Center of consulta-
tion and training and the
parent therapist programs.

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Friday, November 5, 1982 35

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FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF OUR CUSTOMERS

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Women, Greater Detroit
Section.
Planning the Orchards
20th anniversary cele-
bration are chairman,
. Dorothy Funke, and co-
chairman Rosalie Kol-
bert. Orchards Chairman
is Doreen Hermelin.
Sondra Nathan is co-
chairman. Shelby Tauber
is community services
vice president and Sonia
Macey is president,
Greater Detroit Section.
Committee members are:
Phyllis Akers, Doralee
Goldman, Beryl Winkel-
man, Renee Mahler, Phyllis
Welling, Barbara
Moretsky, Sharon Radom,
Shelly Cooper, Sally Schot-
tenfels, Amy Brown, Bar-
bara Stone, Freddie
Shiffman, Rosalie Dean,
Ellen Labes, Marlene
Schwartz, . Josephine
Weiner, Marsha Zucker,
Barbara Grant, Barbara
Mayer, Joyce Sosin and
Sandra Leshman.
Two added attractions at
the Orchards Celebration
will be a multi-media pre-
sentation depicting the Or-
chards and the distribution
of a special book, "The His-
tory of the Orchards" writ-
ten by Josephine Weiner,
past president, National
Council of Jewish Women,
Greater Detroit Section and
a member of the original
group of volunteers who
conceived and directed the
birth of the Orchards. Fol-
lowing the program, dessert
and coffee will be served.
The evening is open to the
public at no charge.
The Orchards celebration
is part of another celebra-
tion as Greater Detroit Sec-
tion marks NCJW Week. At
9:30, a.m. Tuesday, NCJW
members will have an open
board meeting in the Mar-
cotte Lecture Room of the
Southfield Public Library,
Southfield Civic Center.
Following a continental
breakfast, the award-
winning film, "Close Har-
mony" will be shown.
Chairman of NCJW
Week is Marlene
Schwartz. Committee
members are: Lynn
Starman, Terran Leemis,
Sandra Leshman, Shelby •
Tauber, Hermine Silver,
Barbara Stone and Ellen
Labes.
For information, call
NCJW, 557-9604.

Serving the needs of par-
ents, students and profes-
sionals with books and
periodicals on child de-
velopment is the Suzanne S.
Hopp Memorial Library
housed in the Orchards
offices and established by
the family of the late Mrs.
Hopp.
Overseeing the many pro-
fessionals who work in the
Orchards programs is David
Maiseloff, director of
'professional services.
Funding for the Orchards
Children's Services comes
from a variety of sources,
Chiefly the State Depart-
ments of Mental Health and
Atheism is rather in the
Social Services and the Na- lip than the heart of man.
tional Ccuncil of Jewish
—Francis Bacon

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