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May 09, 1986 - Image 57

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-05-09

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57

CARL '

3020 Grand River

NSU Hillel Board
11, — Install Officers
1
'The installation of officers of

he board of governors of the
Metropolitan Detroit B'nai B'rith
-
4111e1
Foundations is scheduled
or Monday at the club house of
1..;arlyle Tower, 23300 Providence
In Southfield at 7:45 p.m.
The board adopted a new set of
iy-laws, including the name
ha nge to Board of Governors of
pe Metropolitan Detroit B'nai
Vrith Hillel Foundations, at its
'host recent meeting. The new
tame reflects the current role of
Lie' hoard, including a relation-
piip with the Hillel connselori-
hip at Oakland University, and
i-,,--- projected roles of the board,
with expanding Hillel service to
ther schools in the Metropolitan
)etroit area.
The incoming president of the
oard is Dr. Joan Edelheit. Dr.
,delheit is a clinical psychol-
gist, specializing in research in
.i., chometric techniques. Besides
Ler work in psychological testing,
)r. Edelheit has worked in com-
aunity relations in Wayne and
)akland Counties. She received a
ertificate of merit for her work
1f the schools on efforts to combat
hild abuse, and to foster corn-
ailment to democracy.
Dr. Edelheit is a lifetime
aember of B'nai B'rith Women
4aurice C. Zeiger Chapter and is
s-president of the chapter. She is
lso a member of a wide variety
i' ether organizations, including
si Chi and NAACP. She has
erved as a delegate to the Jewish
ommunity Council.
The other incoming board
embers are: Prof.. Martin Her-
aan and Alexander Ornstein,
ice presidents; Marilyn Merdler,
ecording secretary; Allen Wolf,
nancial secretary; Kurt Singer,
reasurer; Sora Direnfeld, Dr.
Lomi Eliezer, Jeffrey Gale and
Gerald Zeidman, trustees.
=The installing officer will be
Lathan D. Rubenstein, a
i resident emeritus of the B'nai
rrith Hillel Foundation at
;ayne State University. Guest
1 •eaker will be Michael Brooks,
ector of the B'nai B'rith Hillel
oundation at the University of
*chigan.
Refreshments will be served.
ere is no charge. All are in-
ted. For reservations, call the
Ilel Foundation, 577-3459.

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