THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
of Mu Phi Epsilon International
Professional Music Fraternity
and the Amy Lyle Scholarship of
the Birmingham Musicale.
She is a member of the board of
directors of both the Farmington
Musicale and the Music Study
Club of Metropolitan Detroit. She
served as the counselor to the
Student Group of MSC from 1979
to 1983. She is a performing
member of the Birmingham
Musicale and the Detroit Alum-
nae Chapter of Mu Phi Epsilon.
Ms. Rosner-Doelker was mem-
bership chairman of the Detroit
Flute Association from 1979 to
1983 and is also affiliated with the
National Flute Association.
She also dedicates her time to
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adjudicating various scholarships
including the Karlene I. Salon
Memorial Music Scholarship, the
MSC Scholarship Awards and the
Michigan Federation Of Music
Clubs District Festival.
Ms. Rosner-Doelker is part of
the "Rosner Trio," an ensemble
including her mother, Collette
Salon Ramer, pianist; and her sis-
ter, Cindi Rosner Kelly,
Ms. Rosner-Doelker has studied
with members of the Detroit
Symphony Orchestra and
attended master classes of Jean-
Pierre Rampal, William Bennett
an Andras Adorjan. She coaches
with Ervin Monroe, principal
flutist of the DSO.
Miss Grix has performed in con-
cert at Symphony Hall in Boston,
the Kennedy Center in Washing-
ton, D.C., and as a featured soloist
with the International Symphony
Orchestra. In 1983, Miss Grix was
the only harpist invited to
Halifax, Nova Scotia, as a young
artist for the Scotia Festival of
Locally, she has performed with
the Detroit Symphony Orchestra
and Michigan Opera Theater, and
at the Pine Knob Music Theater
and the Premiere Center. She
entertains at Detroit-area restau-
She studied with Velma Froude
at Michigan State University,
and with Lucile Lawrence at Bos-
ton University, where she re-
ceived her master's degree in
music. She is on the music facul-
ties of Mercy High School in Far-
mington Hills and the Waldorf
School in Detroit.
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Chairman of Woman's World
1985 is Sandra Schwartz, vice
president of fund raising. Diane
Scholnick is sisterhood president.
Sponsor and patron tickets are
available. Tickets may be pur-
chased by sending a check pay-
able to Shaarey Zedek Sisterhood
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Feminist As Speaker
Letty Cottin Pogrebin will
speak on "Jewish Survival — A
Woman's Issue" at Cong. Shaarey
Zedek on Wednesday for Woman's
World 1985, an all-day fund-
raising event beginning at 9:30
a.m. with continental breakfast.
There will be a silent auction,
the sisterhood gift shop featuring
Passover ceremonial items, an
Attic Treasure Shop and a new
cookie corner with delectables
baked by sisterhood members.
Boutique shopping with an em-
phasis on spring will be followed
by luncheon at 11:30 a.m.
The boutiques featured will in-
clude something for everyone
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Harpist, Flutist Entertain
At Women's Donor Event
Adat Shalom Sisterhood's
Double/Triple Chai donor dessert
buffet will be held at 12:30 p.m.
April 17 in the home of Beverly
Dock, 28202 Harwich, Far-
The afternoon is open to all con-
tributors to the donor of from $36
to $250. For reservations, call
Gloria Hoffman, 861-0297; or Ms.
Entertainment will be provided
by flutist Kim Rosner-Doelker
and harpist Christa Grix.
Ms. Rosner-Doelker is a teacher
and performer. Since graduation
from Michigan State University,
where she received her Bachelor
of Science degree in telecommuni-
cations, she teaches privately in
her home. In addition, she fre-
While in high school, she re-
ceived the Robert C.J. Traub
Music Memorial Scholarship, the
Marjorie Deyo Music Scholarship
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