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July 17, 1987 - Image 64

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-07-17

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FRIDAY, JULY 17, 1987

Julie Stein of Machar BBG receives the Arlene Vivian Moss Scholarship
from Sol Moss as Ida Moss, second from right, and Deborah Tucker look
on.

Dwoskin, Gold Installed
As Council Presidents

Jeff Dwoskin of Kishon
AZA and Karen Gold of
Aliyah BBG were installed
recently as presidents of the
Great Lakes AZA and BBG
Councils, respectively, at the
annual BBYO Installation
held at Adat Shalom
Synagogue.
Also installed as officers for
the AZA Council were: Jeff
Ehrlich of Chalutzim AZA,
programming vice-president;
Rob Weiss of Hart AZA,
membership vice-president;
Adam Larky of King AZA,
outstate vice-president; Herb
User of Brandeis AZA,
treasurer; Seth Persky of
Chalutzim AZA, secretary;
Craig Kellman of Posen AZA,
reporter; and Gary Weisser-
man of Rose AZA, counselor.
Other BBG Council officers
are: Karyn Moss of Aliyah
BBG, programming vice
president; Ellyn Craine,
membership vice president;
Wendy Shanker of Machar
BBG, outstate vice president;
Nicole Nelson of Ahavah
BBG, treasurer; Lisa Rubin of
Shoshanna BBG, secretary;
Debbie Biederman of Achayot
BBG, reporter; and Wendy
Goldstein of Shira BBG,
counselor.
Shalom Aviv BBG elected
its new executive board for
the 1987-1988 program year.
It includes: Ilene Goldfine,
president; Lynne Gumenick,
vice president; Nancy Hoff-
man, MIT mom; Nicky Roth,
_treasurer; Bonnie Char, recor-
ding secretary; Michelle
Newman and Andrea Wolff,
corresponding secretaries;
Laura Mirkes, counselor; and
Jill Apple, sergeant-at-arms.
Advisor to the chapter is
Sharon Stein.
L'Chaim AZA elected its
new executive board. It in-

cludes: Rich Kligman, presi-
dent; Erik Morganroth, vice
president; Lewis Zaretski,
moreh; Marc Sole, treasurer;
Neil Okin, recording
secretary; Kenny Aronson,
corresponding secretary;
Aaron Ellenbogen, reporter;
and Larry Diskin, counselor.
The board chose Jared
Hauser as installation
chairman.
The AZA Council Softball
League games, scheduled for
Sunday at Southfield High
School fields, are: 9 a.m.,
Mendoza vs. Jolson; 10:20
a.m., Maccabee vs. Posen and
Rose vs. Brandeis.
Shemesh BBG elected its
executive board. It includes:
Alana Voight, president; Jen-
ny Aleshker, vice president;
Zina Yanovsky, MIT mom and
counselor; Galena Katz,
treasurer; Maria Slutsky,
recording secretary; Jenny
Grant, corresponding
secretary; and Debbie
Dworkin, reporter. Michele
Siegal is adviser to the
chapter.

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l LOCAL NEWS 'lm"

Court To 'Damn
Volunteers

Oakland County Juvenile
Court Volunteer Programs
will hold a training and orien-
tation session on Wednesday
at 7 p.m. The meeting will be
held in the Juvenile Court
Conference Room, Second
Floor, East Wing of the
Oakland County Courthouse,
1200 N. Telegraph, Pontiac.
For information, call the
court, 858-0041 or 858-0099,
Monday through Friday, 8:30
a.m. to 5 p.m.

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