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September 19, 1986 - Image 82

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-09-19

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Women's Division

T he enthusiasm and dedication of 600 volun-

teers —and the generosity of Detroit's
women —enabled the division to achieve a new
Allied Jewish Campaign milestone this year:
$3.3 million.

Important contributions to the group's achieve-
ment were by the growing Business and Profes-
sional Division and by the new Lion of Judah
Division, which raised $1.1 million in one day!

Programs like Institute Day and Spring Forum
were undertaken to educate and serve the corn-
munity. Fifty-five newcomers were welcomed
by the Shalom Detroit Committee, and the
First Monday Group highlighted issues of
national concern.

Lion of Judah Division

To involve women in the many opportunities
for volunteer service, the Task Force monitor-
ed hundreds of workers. The School and
Youth Committee added a new teen education
program to its schedule of school visits, and
participants in Israel travel last year were ex-
posed to the workings of Federation.

For the Women's Division, it was a champion-
ship season.

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE

Marlene Borman

President

Marcy Feldman
Doreen Hermelin
Marian Kantor
Edie Mittenthal

Vice-Presidents

Marjorie Krasnick

Corresponding Secretary

Jan Hauser

Recording Secretary

Dolores Farber
Jane Sherman

Designates to Federation
Board of Governors

Matilda Brandwine
Cheryl Guyer
Sharon Hart
Diane J. Klein
Linda Klein
Ellen Labes
Janice Schwartz

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Marjory Ansell
Diane Ash
Doris August
Ellen Bean
Barbara Berry
Vivian Berry
Penny Blumenstein
Pearlena Bodzin
*Irina Brailovsky
Ruth Broder
Susan Citrin
Annie Cohen
Gloria Cohen
Kim Dickstein

*Soviet refusenik — honorary member

Fayga Dombey
Barbara Eisenberg
Leslie Friedman
Linda Garfield
Nancy Glass
Francine Gold
Marilyn Goldberg
Cyrille Goode
Jill Grundland
Julie L. Gurwin
Shelly Jackier
Nancy Jacobson
Diane F. Keene
Agnes Klein
Sally Krugel
Belle Kukes
Terran Leemis
Geri Lester
Beverly Leuchter
Janet Levine
Sharon Lipton
Beverly Liss
Lauren Liss
Beth E. Lowenstein
Sherri Lumberg
Donna Maddin
Renee Mahler
Susan Marwil
Susan Miller
Miriam Mondry
Judith Naftaly
Pamela Opperer
Susan Pappas
Marcia Parven
Janice Shatzman
Joyce Sherman
Donna Slatkin
Barbara Stone
Sharon Taylor
Eileen Wasserman

ADVISORY
SERVICE COUNCIL

Goldie Adler
Evelyn August
Frieda Avrunin
Harriet Colman
Bernice Deutsch
Vivian N. Deutsch
Ilse Doner
Hortense Falk
Dolores Farber
Lea D. Field
Edith Frank
Ethel Frank
Jean Frankel
Doralee Goldman
Marion Handleman
Pauline Jackson
Sybil Jones
Rosalie Kolbert
Mary Lakoff
Tillie Mossman
Helen Naimark
Bess Orecklin
Beverly Peterman
Blanche Pollack
Doris Priver
Rosalind Schiff
Helen Shevin
Freddy Shiffman
Leah Snider
Sally G. Soberman
Jessie Stern
Reva Stocker
Ruth Wayne
Melba Winer
Beryl Winkelman

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Spring Forum

FORMER PRESIDENTS

Helen S. August
Matilda Brandwine
Ann Daniels
*Dora Ehrlich
*Clara Frank
Carolyn Greenberg
Shirley Harris
Diane Hauser
*Bernice Hopp
Edythe Jackier
Esther Jones

Jennie R. Jones
*Dorothy Karbel
Ellen Labes
Barbara Marcuse
Dulcie B. Rosenfeld
Jane Sherman
Frieda Stollman
Shelby Tauber
Josephine Weiner

* Deceased

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