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June 14, 1985 - Image 41

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-06-14

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS.

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Friday, June 14, 1985

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DIMONA CHAPTER, Pioneer

CLUB TWO, Pioneer Women/

Women/Naamat, will have its
annual installation luncheon at
noon Wednesday at the Roman
Terrace restaurant. Installing
officer will be Ann Kaplan,
Entertainment will follow. Offi-
cers to be installed are: President,
Elaine Kohner; Vice Presidents,
Frieda Leemon, Frieda Faigin,
Shirley Collins; Financial Secre-
tary, Margaret Bialkin; Trea-
surer, Miriam Hoberman;
Secretaries, Lorraine Tannis,
Alice Ross, Betty Rath; committee
heads, Sylvia Binder, Frances
Konop, Billie Kramer, Vera Rol-
lins, Betty Rath, Alice Ross.

Naamat, will have a meeting
Monday at 11:30 a.m. at the Kris-
ten Towers, Oak Park. The follow-
ing officers were elected:
President, Jeanette Serling; Vice
Presidents, Anna Berg, Rose
Horowitz; Secretaries, Anna
Mentzel, Yetta Weiner, Fanny
Siegel, Frieda Steinharter, Fanny
Hochman, Etta Kleiman, Dora
Fink, Ella Felman; Social Corn-
mittee, Lillian Levine, Sophie
Rosenstein, Sarah Rothstein,
Belle Honeyman. Brunch will be
sponsored by Sarah Rothstein.
Friends are welcome.

FANNIE GLUCK CHAPTER,

GOLDA MEIR CHAPTER,

Pioneer Women/Naamat, will
hold a regular business meeting
on June 24 at noon at Kristen To-
wers, 25900 Greenfield, Oak
Park. Prospective members and
guests are invited. Refreshments
will be served.

AVODAH - CHAI - BRANDEIS
CHAPTER, Pioneer, Women/

Naamat, will hold a regular
luncheon meeting on Monday at
noon at the Whitehall Apts. club
house. Nancy Filmore of the
Southfield Library will review
The Outsiders by Howard Fast.
For reservations for the June 24
installation luncheon at the Red
Lobster, call Lil Goldman, 541-
6729.

Nursing Director
Named At Sinai

Genie Dunn has been promoted
to the position of director of
nursing/perinatology - gynecol-
ogy of Sinai Hospital, responsible
for leadership and management of
the Level III Mothers and Infants
Center.
Dunn has held the position in
an acting director capacity since
August 1984. Prior to that she
was an administrative staff assis-
tant to the associate adminis-
trator for nursing. Dunn has been
with Sinai since 1961.
A graduate of Mercy College of
Detroit, Dunn is currently
enrolled in the Master of Science
Administrative program at
Madonna College.

Health Class
Offered By ARC

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The Southeastern Michigan
Chapter of the American Red
Cross is offering a new course ti-
tled Home Health Aide. The
course will train individuals in
the skills needed for employment
as a home health aide with an
agency specializing in home
health care.
The first class begins June 24.
The 80-hour course will require
four hours of class participation
five days a week for four weeks.
There is a fee.
For more information or to reg-
ister, call the Red Cross, 494-2875
or 494-2876.

Amit women, will hold a spring
luncheon at the Lincoln Towers
club house on Tuesday at noon.
Alvin L. Kushner, executive di-
rector of the Jewish Community
Council, will speak on current is-
sues of interest to the Jewish

Pioneer Women
Install Officers

Pioneer Women/Naamat, will
hold a victory dinner on Thursday
at 7 p.m. at the Kristen Towers,
25900 Greenfield, Oak Park.
Guest speaker Marilyn Betman
will give a talk on "Let's Get
Meta-Physical." Ms. Betman is a
TV producer and moderator,
author, columnist for the Daily
Tribune, Oakland Press and Oak-
land University paper The Oak-
land Sail. For reservations, call
Bernice Shapiro, 968-1169; or
Ann Kaplan, 967-3988. There is a
charge.

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Greater Detroit Council,
Pioneer Women/Naamat, will
have its installation luncheon at
noon June 27 at Cong. Beth
Achim, announces Elsie Harold,
chairman of the day.
Shirlee Katzman will be the in-
stalling officer. Fan Bunin will
give the invocation. The report of
the past year's activities will be
given by out-going president, Lee
Wagman. There will be greetings
from the newly-elected president,
Ann Kaplan.
There will also be an installa-
tion of the individual club
presidents and the presentati6n of
the new life members.
The musical program will be
presented by the Pioneer
Women/Naainat Chorale, under
the direction of Molly Sallen.
Officers to be installed are:
President, Ann Kaplan; Naamat
Vice President; Belle Glenner;
Education Vice President, Evelyn
Noveck; Membership Vice
President, Dorothy Tendler;
Organization Vice President,
Bess Berris; Recording Secretary,
Lillian Meyers; Financial Secre-
tary, Margaret Bialkin; Trea-
surer, Anne Mondrow; Dues
Secretaries, Pearl Nusbaum and
Gertrude Green; Mailing
Secretaries, Fanny Press and
Judie Moss.
There is a charge for the lunch-
eon. Reservations may be made by
calling the Pioneer Women office,
967-4750.

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community. Hostesses for the
luncheon are Mesdames Rae Bod-
zin, Dora Corman, Bea Davidson,
Helen Mertz, Sylvia Knoppow,
Esther Schuval, Vivian Shulman,
Ann, Witzel, Esther Wolok and
Bertha Golden. Proceeds will go to
absorb Ethiopian children in the
schools and homes in Israel under
the care of Amit Women. For
reservations, call Mrs. Raymond
Rosenberg, 547-6540; or Mrs.
Sidney Golden, 968-5699. Friends
are invited.

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