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July 13, 1984 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-07-13

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BBYO

Brian Shapiro of Bran-
deis AZA and Lisa Velick of
Shoshanna BBG were in.
stalled as presidents of the
Great Lakes AZA and BBG
Councils, respectively, at
the annual BBYO Installa-
tion held at Cong. Beth
Achim.
Brian was a founding
member of Brandeis AZA
two years ago and served his
chapter last year as
president. In the fall he will
be in grade 12 at Andover
High School in Bloomfield
Hills.
Lisa has been a member
of Shoshanna BBG for three
years and served her chap-
ter last year as president as
well as serving the Council
as coordinator of the Elec-
tions Training Conclave in
May. Lisa will be in grade
12 in the fall at Southfield-
Lathrup High School.
Other officers for the AZA
Council are: Robert Levine
of Posen AZA, programm-
ing vice president; Sanford
Aaron, Akiba AZA, mem-
bership vice president;
Jonathan Gorman of Posen
AZA, outstate vice
president; Joel Grand of
Samson AZA, treasurer;
Jon Shapiro of Akiba AZA,
secretary; Mike Rubin of
Rose A2A, reporter; and Lee
Cohen of Samson AZA,
counselor.
BBG Council officers are:
Lydia Grand of Glazer BBG,
programming vice
president; Annat Apel of
Glazer BBG, membership
vice president; Nancy Fink
of Brice BBG, outstate vice
president; Emily Burns of
Ahavah BBG, treasurer;
Laura Silverman of Brice
BBG, secretary; Alisa
• Weberman of Shoshanna
BBG, reporter; and Sheri
Benkoff of Shoshanna BBG,
-
counselor.
The AZA Softball League
will play Sunday at South-
field High School. At 9 a.m.,
Samson AZA plays Beber
AZA. At 10:30 a.m. Akiba
AZA plays Good AZA and
Hart AZA plays Jolson
AZA. Rose AZA has a bye.
Beber AZA continues to

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lead the league with a 5-0
record, trailed by Samson
AZA at 4-1.
Two Michigan BBYO
chapter presidents, Nicole
Gladner of Ahavah BBG
and Alyssa Goldberg of
Erani BBG, will leaVe
Tuesday for the BBYO
Chapter Leadership Train-
ing Conference at the B'nai
B'rith Beber Camp in Muk- -
wonago, Wis. Two other
Michigan BBYOers, Laurie
Phillips, president of Sav-
age BBG, and Jeff Moss,
vice president of Rose AZA,

will attend the second ses-
sion of CLTC beginning
Aug. 2.
ALEXANDER D.
GOODE AZA announces
its new officers for the
1984-1985 program year:
Steve' Jasgur, president;
Steve Nakisher, vice
president; Tony Richman,
moreh; Neil Shore, trea-
surer; Alan Rautbort, re-
cording secretary; David
Kushner, corresponding
secretary; Ricky Schatz,
counselor; and Mike Miller,
sergeant-at-arms.

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Harriet Cooper to receive
woman ottvalor award

Harriet Cooper will re-
ceive the Greater Detroit
Council, Pioneer Women/
Naamat's Woman of Valor
Award at the Council's an-
nual Spiritual Adoption
luncheon at noon Thursday
at Hamilton Place.

ing contributions in the
area of child care."
Mrs. Cooper was a driving
force in the creation of
Michigan's first child abuse
council in 1974. She coordi-
nated efforts on a local level
and eventually on the state
level..
Mrs. Cooper will receive
In 1977, she developed
the award "for her outstand- the idea of the Parent Infant
Growth Program for Oak-
land County, a program de-
signed to help beginning
families get as solid a-start
in life as possible. It has
been cited by the Infant
Mental Health Association
and by the State of Michi-
gan and has been nationally
recognized.
She served as executive
director of the 'Association
of Retarded Citzens from
1971 to 1973 in the greater
Lansing area. She has also
worked with Oakland
County ARC and the Jewish
Association for Retarded
Citizens. Since 1974, she
has developed and advo-
cated for programs on be-
Detroiters Harry Shiovitz, center, and Shirley Shiovitz,
half of children, young
right, were delegates to the National Conference of Jewish
adults and families of the
Community Senior Advocacy Groups held 'last month in
disabled.
Washington. Representing the senior adult program at the
Mrs. Cooper was chosen
Jimmy Prentis Morris Branch of the Jewish . Community
for the award by an advisory
Center, the Shiovitzes joined nearly 50 representatives of 'committee comprised of
senior citizens' groups from 11 states. Pictured with them at Ruth Miller, Evelyn Noveck
left is. Judith Duhl, conference director.
and Elsie Harold.

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