Friday, March 22, 1985
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
The staff at Gemini Office Supply Co.
want to tell you about our "fantastic"
savings on Office Furniture.
30% savings on our new furniture,
files, chairs and desks (wood & metal)
(United & Chromcraft) — Call Immediately
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Campaign To Hear Lyons
Cheryl Guyer, center, accepts a check for the Allied Jewish Campaign
from the Jewish Community Center Culture Club, represented by
officers Charles Driker and AidaRitter.
Lyons To Speak
10600 Galaxie, Ferndale, Mich. 48220
Jody Erickson, Adair Ehrlich, Jim Prenzlauer, Lisa Greenberg, Gloria Myers
Jimmie Greathouse, Sheila Weinbaum-Prenzlauer, Marc Ahmowitz
Allied Jewish Campaign volun-
teers from the Professional
Health Division will receive cer-
tificates of appreciation during an
evening with Rev. James Lyons
Tuesday at their annual meeting
on behalf of the 1985 Campaign.
Set for 7:30 p.m., the meeting
will take place at Adat Shalom
Synagogue just one week before
Campaign '85 closes.
Rev. Lyons is executive director
of the Ecumenical Institute for
Jewish-Christian studies, which
promotes a cWnate of mutual re-
spect and understanding between
Christians and Jews.
Associate chairmen of the Pro-
fessional Health Division in-
cludes Drs. George L. Blum,
Harold P. Firestone, Darryl T.
Goldberg, Jason A. Goode, David
Jacknow and Gerald Uzansky.
Class For Parents
Botsford Hospital will offer ex-
pectant adoptive parent classes
beginning at 7 p.m. April 12 at the ,)
hospital. For information and to
register, call Terry Allor, project