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July 10, 1987 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-07-10

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LOCAL NEWS

H
ER ALD
WHOLESA. LE-
GROHE• KWC BORMA LUX

Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg, standing, left, and Dr. Ismar Schorsh standing,
right, pose with honorees at the Jewish Theological Seminary's
Centennial Dinner. Standing are: Dr. Matthew and Joyce Borovoy. Seated
are: Samuel and Lillian Hechtman and Betty and Dr. Lewis Cohen.

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FRIDAY, JULY 10 1987

Allied Jewish Campaign
staff appointments have been
announced by Jewish Welfare
Federation Executive Vice
President Martin Kraar.
Barbara A. Saiinsky, who
has been assistant director of
the Campaign since 1979,
was recently named associate
Campaign director. She will
help supervise Campaign
staff and have duties relating
to major gifts, missions and
management of the overall
Campaign.
A native of Philadelphia,
she was a Campaign
associate and Young Adult
Division director at the
Federation of Jewish Agen-
cies of Greater Philadelphia
before joining the staff of the
Jewish Federation of Palm
Beach County as director of
leadership development and
the women's division.
In other changes, Tom
Wexelberg-Clouser has moved
from the planning depart-
ment to the. Campaign as
senior staff associate. Besides
fund-raising duties, he will be
responsible for the Young
Adult Division liaison pro-
gram and the Breakfast Club.
A member of the planning
department for the past four
years, Wexelberg-Clouser
coordinated the Hillel Foun-
dation at Penn State Univer-
sity and served as a communi-
ty social worker in Bet Shean,
Israel.
Ellen Shochet has been
named program director of
the Women's Division.
Formerly division staff
associate, she directs educa-
tional and outreach program-
ming and is responsible for
Campaign new gifts and
general telethons for the
division.

Barbara Satinsky

Shochet came to Federation
three years ago from an in-
ternship with the Associated
Jewish Charities and Welfare
Fund in Baltimore. She holds
advanced degrees in ad-
ministrative social work and
Judaic studies.

Appointed

Kevin Michael Taylor, the
son of Beverly and Philip
Taylor of Southfield, has been
appointed as a research at-
torney with the research divi-
sion of the Michigan Court of
Appeals in Lansing.

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Men's Club
Installs Officers

Cong. Beth Shalom Men's
Club installed officers and
trustees for the 1987-1988

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