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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-10-17

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of touring, and learning,
Heuer said she felt a
"heightened commitment to
Israel."
Many on the trip felt that
Israel's existence is crucial
for Jews who may have
nowhere to go, and agreed
that the country needs a
strong American Jewish
commu-nity to survive.
According to Paul D. Bor-
man, 1987 Allied Jewish
Campaign chairman with
Emery Klein, these strong
feelings of commitment were
translated into dollars as the
63 Detroiters pledged a total
of $243,000 more than they
did last year toward the
Campaign, with an additional
$83,500 toward Project Re-
newal.

Soble are associate chairmen.
Norman H. Beitner and Bar-
bara K. Tronstein are 1987
YAD Campaign chairmen,
and Betsy Snider Heuer is
president of the division.
For information, call
Marsha Kelter at Federation,
965-3939.

Makoff Is Leaving
Fresh Air Society

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The Jewish Welfare Feder-
ation Young Adult Division
will hold its first meeting for
Allied Jewish Campaign con-
tributors of $2,500 and • over
this Wednesday, at the home
of David and Doreen Herme-
lin.
Set for 7:30 p.m., the meet-
ing will feature remarks from
Campaign vice chairman
David Hermelin.
David Foltyn is chairman
of the event. Paul S. Magy,
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The Jewish Welfare Feder-
ation and United Jewish
Charities will sponsor a Fed-
erated Endowment Fund In-
stitute on Oct. 28 at the
Michigan Inn in Southfield.
Set for 2-6 p.m., the meet-
ing will focus on "Life Before
and After the Tax Reform
Act of 1986: Perspectives on
Charitable Giving," with
keynote speaker Stanley M.
Weithorn.
Ellen G. Witman will also
be on hand to discuss what
goes on "Behind the Legisla-
tive Scene in Washington."
Weithorn is author of "Tax
Techniques for Foundations
and Other Exempt Organiza-
tions." He is a partner with
Baer, Marks and Upham in
New York, and an adviser to
the New York University In-
stitute on Federal Taxation
and the University of Miami
Institute on Estate Planning.
Ms. Witman is the legisla-
tive director for the Council
of Jewish Federations, where
she works with members of
Congress, Federal agencies
and Jewish federations on
legislation and regulations
affecting social services and
the voluntary and non-profit
sector.
Registration is necessary
for the Oct. 28 institute and
there is a fee. For informa-
tion, call George Cohen at
Federation, 965-3939.

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Staff Report

Stephen J. Makoff has res-
igned his position as execu-
tive director of the Fresh Air
Society to take a similar posi-
tion with a camping program
being established by the
Washington, D.C. Jewish fed-
eration.
Makoff, who has served as
executive director of Detroit's
Jewish camping programs
since 1984, will leave Detroit
in February or late spring,
depending on the naming of a
successor. The Fresh Air
Society has formed a search
committee to find a replace-
ment.
The opportunity to build a
program from ground zero"
drew Makoff to the Washing-
ton position. He told The
Jewish News that the Wash-
ington federation has just
purchased three camps on
one site in Pennsylvania. "It
will be their first communal
camp," he said. "We hope to
have a well-rounded fine ex-
perience for the kids with a
balance between Jewish ac-
tivities and a full rec-
reational program."
Makoff believes that Fresh
Air's greatest achievements
during his two years in De-
troit were in the areas of ex-
panding the family camping
programs, Jewish educational
offerings, and Jewish experi-
ences for the family. "We also
have the added dimension,"
he said, "of the Fresh Air
Society becoming a pro-
gramming entity in the
winter" where Fresh Air
helps outside groups with
their programs. In the past,
Fresh Air has rented its
facilities without offering
program assistance.
Makoff came to Detroit
from his native California,
where he had spent 25 years
in the educational and camp-
ing fields.

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