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October 12, 1984 - Image 74

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-10-12

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Friday, October 12, 1984

THE DETROIT JEWISH. NEWS

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Vocalist to entertain at donor

Lee Wagman, president of
Greater Detroit Council of
Pioneer Women/Naamat, an-
nounced that Joan Jacobs, voc-
alist, will entertain at the Pioneer
Women's annual donor luncheon
to be held Oct. 28 at noon at Cong.
Beth Achim.
Mrs. Jacobs studied privately
with Marguerite Kozenn-Chajes.
She was a music major at the Uni-
versity of Michigan. Mrs. Jacobs
sings with the Shaarey Zedek
Friday night choir, with the
Shaarey Zedek Sisterhood
Chorale and is a soloist with the
Bel Canto Choral Society.
She has close ties to Pioneer
Women since her late mother-in-
law, Sarah Jacobs, was a life
member. Mrs. Jacobs will be ac-
companied by Mrs. Seymour
Kraus.
Luncheon music will be pro-
vided by Sonny Lipenholtz.
Guests are welcome, but reser-

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vations are necessary for th
luncheon. For information, cal
the Pioneer Women/Naama
office, 967-4750.

UHS auxiliary donor lunch nears

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Tickets are still availalbe for
the Woman's Auxiliary of the
United Hebrew Schools donor
luncheon slated to take place at
12:15 p.m. Nov. 7 at Cong. Beth
Achim.
The donor is the Woman's Aux-
iliary's only fund raiser of the
year. Funds donated are used
towards scholarships for United
Hebrew Schools students for

Women's Shabbat study group meets

Jocelyn Ruth Krieger an-
nounces the formation of the Bea-
con Square Women's Shabbat
Group. The group will meet
Saturdays at 4 p.m. in the Krieger
home, 20870 Winchester, South-
field.
The first meeting will be held
Oct. 20 at 4 p.m. Mrs. Krieger will

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study programs in Israel an
Hebrew-speaking camps, incluc
ing Kfar Ivri. In addition, the
iliary also provides funds for kl-
Midrasha library.
Cantor Harold Orbach of Ten
ple Israel will perform specii
musical selections. For reserve
tions, call Micki Grossman, 85.
5666; or Marion Bronstein, 35(
0591.

speak on Parshat Bereshit an
"Women — God's Masterpiec
After His Rough Draft."
For information, call MrE
Krieger, 354-3149. Those with
walking distance of the Beaco l
Square area, 11 Mile-Lahse,..
Evergreen are invited. There is n
charge.,

LOCAL NEWS

Music Study program will feature
`commentary and song' at temple

Music Study Club of Metropoli-
tan Detroit will have its next pro-
gram meeting on Tuesday at
12:15 p.m. at the Birmingham
Temple. A return engagement
program of "Commentary and
Song" will be presented by John
McCollum, tenor; Nancy Hodge,
organist; and an expert in vocal
piano accompaniment will share
the program.
McCollum, lyric tenor of the
concert, oratorio, radio, TV and
recording, is a professor of music
at the University of Michigan.
After more than 30 years on the
international performing plat-
form, he is principally involved in
teaching, singing recitals, and
appearing on college campuses
and at workshops as a master
class teacher. His orchestral
debut with New York Philhar-
monic took place in 1951. He
made his opera debut with New
England Opera Theater in 1952.
Prof. McCollum, former record-

ing artist, is a graduate in jour
nalism from the University o
California (Berkeley) and was E,
professional journalist in hiE
early career. He now writes arti- 1
Iles and poetry.
Hodge, piano accompanist and
master class teacher in vocal lit-
erature, has recently completgd
ten years as a lecturer in accom,
paniment at the School of Music.'
U-M. She has received distinction,
as scholar and performer, and
does extensive work in opera
coaching.
For several years, Hodge has
served as rehearsal accompan' st
for the Detroit Symphony (i)-
chestra at Meadow Brook, adn a.E 1
the official accompanist for the,
Detroit Grand Opera District
Auditions.
Phyllis Stern is chairman of th ,t,
day. Non-members are invited at
the guest fee.
For information, call President
Helen Rowin, 626-5398.

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