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October 24, 1986 - Image 42

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-10-24

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Lydia. Kukoff

Detroit's Reform Jewish
community will host the
eighth biennial conference of
the Northeast Lakes Region
of the Union of American
Hebrew Congregations, Nov.
7-9, at the Novi Hilton Hotel.
Delegates from 70 congre-
gations in the region will as-
semble to meet with national
leaders and to conduct a
series of workshops and
seminars on the topic,
"Strengthening Judaism."
Dr. Stuart Falk, Past
president of Temple Emanu-
El, is conference chairman,
and is assisted by James L.
Jonas, past president of Tem-
ple Israel, who is in charge of
program. Paul Dizik,
president of Temple Beth El,
and Mrs. Dizik, are tending
to arrangements.
All of the local congrega-
tions affiliated with the Met-
ropolitan Detroit Federation
of Reform Synagogues, whose
president is Irving Protetch
of Temple Kol Ami, are par-
ticipating in the biennial.
Lydia Kukoff, UAHC direc-
tor of Reform Jewish Out-
reach, will be keynote
speaker at the opening con-
ference luncheon at noon
Nov. 7
Her message on The Fu-
ture of Judaism," will em-
phasize the growing concern
over mixed marriages and
convE -sion and overt at-
tempts by Reform Judaism to
make these "new Jews" a
welcome part of the commu-
nity.
Kukoff, in her role as di-
rector of the UAHC-CCAR
Commission on Reform
Jewish Outreach, conducts
workshops and seminars
throughout the country.
She is an author, video
producer and is the recipient
of several awards.
A graduate of Beaver Col-
lege in Pennsylvania, she
holds an MA degree from
Hebrew Union College-
Jewish Institute of Religion
in Los Angeles.
She is active in the Los
Angeles Jewish Federation
Council, the Council on
Jewish Life and the Commis-

,

557-8776

Adat Shalom Synagogue
will celebrate its 13 years in
Farmington Hills at a special
program and kiddush in the
social hall after services Sun-
day.
Sunday services will begin
at a a.m. Everyone in • the
synagogue will receive an
aliyah to the Torah. A big
tallit will be placed over the
children's heads.
The senior leadership will
be honored: Norman Allan
will be Chatan Torah, Jules
Allen will be Chatan Be-
reshit, Nathan and Cherna
Goldin and Samuel and Lil-
lian Hechtman will open the
ark; Max Goldsmith will be
given Maftir; and Judge Ira
Kaufman will receive the
special aliyah, Kol Haniarim.
Sharon Hart is chairman of
the event.

Torah Umesorah
Cites Zacharish

Rabbi Zacharish

Torah Umesorah, the na-
tional society of Hebrew day
schools, will honor Rabbi
Shaiall Zacharish of South-
field next month for his serv-
ice to the greater Detroit
area for the past 20 years.
Rabbi Zacharish will be
honored with the National
Rabbinical Leadership Award
at Torah Umesorah's 43rd
annual dinner in New York.
A local reception in honor
of Rabbi Zacharish will be
held 7:30 p.m. Nov. 2 at the
home of • Mark Schlussel,
28755 Bell Rd., Southfield.
Rabbi Leizer Levin and Mar-
vin Berlin are honorary
chairmen of the Southfield
event, and Rabbi Dov.
Loketch will serve as chair-
man.

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