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August 01, 1986 - Image 65

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-08-01

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Aaron Seeking
Re-Election To Seat

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Dennis M. Aaron

Dennis M. Aaron is seeking
re-election in the Aug. 5 primary
election to the Oakland County
board of commissioners as a
Democrat in District 19. The dis-
trict is composed of the city of
Oak Park and Royal Oak Town-
ship.
Aaron, 55, has served for 16
years on the board, having first
been elected in 1968. He is pre-
•sently Democratic chairman of
the general government commit-
tee and is a member of the health
and human resources committee.
Aaron has served as chairman
of the board's public protection
and judiciary committee, theAver-
sonnel committee and as chair-
man of the law enforcement and
criminal justice coordinating
council. Currently, he is a
member of SEMCOG's council on
regional development. He is the
county's representative to var-
ious state and national groups
concerned with law enforcement.

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RALPH B. STILLWELL of
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consecutive year.

Children's Theater

The Jewish Community Center
of Metropolitan Detroit will pre-
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Tuesday and Aug. 12. There will
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