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August 16, 1985 - Image 68

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-08-16

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Shari Klein, left, young women's division president, and Minnie
Berman, president of the senior women's organization, gear up for
the forthcoming donor luncheon,

Women's Bicur Cholem
Organization will celebrate its
52nd anniversary at its annual
donor luncheon noon Aug, 26 at
Cong. Beth Shalom, announces
President Minnie Berman, Mary
Booksteiti is donor luncheon
chairman.
Entertainment will be pro-
vided by vocalist Marcie Shul-
man, who will be accompanied
by Grant Wolach,
Ms. Shulman began studying
voice at age 10 with Shoshone
Friedman, She continued her
voice training at Wayne State
University with Avery Crew
and received a scholarship to
study voice from the Music
Study Club of Detroit,
She won a partial scholarship
to Interlochen Music Academy
while a student at Oak Park
High School,
Ms. Shulman also studied He-
brew and Yiddish music at a
young age with Cantor David
Bagley, who was associated with
the former Cons, Beth Minton,
She performed with the
Will-o-Way apprentice theater
and the Detroit Institute of Arts
Youth theater.
At Temple Beth &net)) in
Ann Arbor, she was the onto-
rial soloist in 1976, is csotoritd

At Northville State Hospital,

from which the group received a

certificate of recognition, the
women built the gift shop and
Jewish chapel, At Beaumont
Hospital, the organization do-
nated cards for stroke patients
to relearn to read,
Other beneficiaries of the
women's efforts are the Mo'os
Chitim , drive to provide
Passover foods for the needy,
Chanukah parties and Sedorim
for Jewish hospital patients, the
Juvenile Diabetes Foundation,
Children's Hospital and the
Jewish Association for Retarded
Citizens;
The women's organization has
won awards for its services,
Among them are; certificate of
appreication from Children's
Hospital, cerificste 4 apprecia-
tion from Juvenjle Diabetes
Foundation, a 'proclamation

from the city of Southfield, hon-
orable mention award from the
League of Jewish Women's
Organizations and the leader,
ship award from the Allied
Jewish Cumputgn4srsel $mer•
gong Fund,
According to longtime
member Mary Sooketein, the
02n4 anniversary selebrition
has special meaning for the
women's servio sroup,Fiftptwo
years .8$9 when Ow erfaniattion
was1944 membersh from its
senior women's organ sution, its
the•resident Miriam Wein-
bark asked her datightor, the
late Helen *Marto, to holpre-
luvoniite the
h group, Mrs,
Bchwurts i s the foon4er
honororev president of the young
women s division of Women

soloist at Temple Kol Ami #1/4
is the understudy to
Harold Orbach at Temple braid,
In Grand Rapids at Temple
Emanuel, she sung at High
Holiday services,
In addition to her singing, Ms.
Shulamn .holdo two national
dance champion awards for bal-
lroom dancing,
Frances Drown is the )9iirnal
chairman and Maim/ Mbln is in lhour
charge of future leaders,
Two years ego, Mrs, l aelietein
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