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July 11, 1986 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-07-11

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David Liner passes the YAD gavel to newly installed President,
Betsy Snider Heuer.

HEIDI PRESS

Local News Editor

W nth the responsibilities
of husband, home and
children as well as her
Jewish communal affiliations,
Betsy Snider Heuer has a real
positive attitude toward her new
assignment — that of president
of the Young Adult Division of
the Jewish Welfare Federation.
So much so that she hopes it
will spill out onto the member-
ship and beyond to attract new
members into the division.
"I want to involve them (un-
affiliated) in a totally positive
manner," she said, adding that
she'd like to draw in new mem-
bers slowly, via lectures, social
events or as liaisons to the
Federation-funded agencies.
Although the division's major
function is to participate in the
Federation's Allied Jewish
Campaign, to raise funds for Is-
rael's humanitarian services and
Jewish agencies here and
abroad, Heuer would like to
take a more social tack in ex-
panding the membership.
"I think we're going to try to
have more social events, to
encourage participation without
fund raising." According to
Marsha Kelter, director of the
Young Adult Division, aiming
at young adults through social
means is not a bad idea.
"Federation feels a responsi-
bility to its constituency. It is
responding to the young adult
need to meet (other young
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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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You're raising money for a good
cause. You're involved with
awareness of other Jews. That
to me is appealing."
Birmingham attorney Cathy
Radner said participating in
YAD "seems like the best way
to go." She found that working
on Israel's behalf drew her to be
part of the division's activities.
"As a Jewish professional it's
important to be committed for
the State of Israel and to work
toward preserving the statehood
of Israel."
Louise Lessing, who is em-
ployed in personnel research
and human resource develop-
ment, came to Detroit six years

"I would like to
have our division
viewed in a more
positive way."

ago from Milwaukee. She said
the division provided her with
an opportunity to meet others.
But Heuer doesn't want the
division to be just a social club.
She wants the division to pro-
vide an education function, to
teach the members about the
needs in the Jewish community
and about the role of all the
Federation agencies. She said
that is done through the various
YAD committees, among them
Outreach Involvement Seminar,
Leadership Development,
Liaison, Social, Lecture Series/
Political Awareness, Long-
Range Planning and Missions.
She said she wants to take the
"money" image away from the
division, to portray a more
"favorable" image of YAD. "I
would like to have our division
viewed in a more positive way,"
she said. To do that, she added,
would mean getting as many
people as possible involved.
Immediate Past President
David Liner, who turned the
gavel over to Heuer at last
month's gala, said he hoped that
the division gets "more and
more people involved" and that
it pursue leadership develop-
ment.

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