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December 19, 1986 - Image 89

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-12-19

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Staff Changes
At Federation

Four staff appointments in
data processing, endowment
and Campaign have been an-
nounced by Martin Kraar,
executive vice president of
the Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion.
Jan Golebiowski, formerly
systems manager in the data
processing department, has
been named department
manager. He will oversee all
information management re-
sources for Federation, in-
cluding data processing for
the many agencies that are
tied to the JWF computer
system.
Steve Trepanowski has
been named data processing
projects manager. Tre-
panowski has been with Fed-
eration for ten years and is a
former programmer/a T.ialyst.
Alisa A. Peskin-Shepherd
has joined Federation as staff
associate-legal in the Feder-
ated Endowment Fund. Shel-
ley Milin, staff associate-
human resource development,
joined the professional staff of
Federation after serving a
one-year internship. Her
duties include Allied Jewish
Campaign assignments, and
she will direct the Business
and Professional Women's
Division.

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Planned By PNAI

Parents of North American
Israelis, Inc., Michigan Chap-
ter will have a dairy
Chanukah brunch at 12:30
p.m. Sunday at the Jimmy
Prentis Morris Branch of the
Jewish Community Center.
All food will be strictly
kosher and kashrut will be
observed.
Members are invited to
bring pictures of their chil-
dren in Israel and stories.
Persons with children living
in Israel are invited. Mem-
bership is not required.
Harmon Bayer, president of
the Michigan Chapter, will
be the chairman of the 1987
convention to be held in Is-
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tion will celebrate the 13th
anniversary of PNAI.
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