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July 31, 1987 - Image 54

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-07-31

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Federation Women
Choose Florine Mark

Florine Mark has been
named chairman of the
Jewish Welfare Federation
Business and Professional
Women's Division.
A former associate chair-
man of the division, Mark is
known nationally as the
president of The Weight Wat-
chers Group, Inc., the largest
franchise of Weight Watchers
International.
Assisting Mark will be Bar-
bara Goldman, associate
chairman, and Linda Klein,
advisor. Other chairmen in-
clude Pola Friedman, Judy
Naftaly, Gilda Jacobs, Ruth
Broder, Susan Miller and
Marcy Feldman.
"The thrust of this year's
Campaign," said Mark, "will
be to identify and reach pro-
fessional women who are not
affiliated with Federation."
She added that a vigorous
outreach program has enabl-
ed the division to achieve the
level of success that it has
shown so far.
The Business and Profes-
sional Women's Division of
the Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion was created to meet the
special needs of women who
work and who wish to make
their contribution to the well-

Primrose Benevolent Club
will meet noon Monday at
Lincoln Towers club house.
Plans are complete for the
installation and anniversary
luncheon to be held Aug. 26.
For reservations, call Sonya
Eisenberg, 968-5676.

Lunch Meeting

A meeting of the David-
Horodoker Women's
Organization will be held
noon Tuesday at the MCL
Restaurant in Tel Twelve
Mall, Southfield.

The Ladies of Oak Park will
hold their next meeting at the
North Park Square club
house, beginning with dinner
at 6:30 p.m.

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FRIDAY, JULY 31, 1987

Naamat Meeting

Negbah Shalom-Chai
Chapter, Naamat, will hold a
business meeting at noon
Wednesday at the Kristen
Bldg., 25900 Greenfield, Oak
Park, Room 205-E. Ar-
rangements will be made for
the annual luncheon, to be
held at noon Aug. 19. Pro-
ceeds will go toward Naamat,
child rescue fund and
spiritual adoption in Israel.

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LOCAL NEWS hm

Educators Group
Elects Officers

Primrose Club

Oak Park Ladies

Gemini II

being of the Jewish communi-
ty in Detroit, in hrael and
elsewhere around the world
through educational pro-
grams and fundraising.

Press releases to The
Jewish News must be
typewritten, double
spaced, and received by
noon Friday for the
following week's paper.

Joseph A. Poisson

Joseph A. Poisson, director
of education at Temple Israel
religious schools, has been
elected president of the
Jewish Educators Council of
Metropolitan Detroit.
The executive board of the
J.E.C. includes Poisson, Dr.
Margaret S. Eichner, Temple
Emanu-El; Annie Friedman,
United Hebrew Schools;
Robert Lask, Temple Beth El;
Rabbi Shmuel Lopin, Akiva
Hebrew Day School; and
Bayla Landsman, United
Hebrew Schools.

Alcohol Abuse
Group Sessions

Awareness Counseling and
Mediation Service (ACMS), a
licensed Royal Oak substance
abuse agency, will offer free
group alcohol abuse counsel-
ing sessions starting 7 p.m.
Thursday at the ACMS offices
at 120 West 11 Mile Road,
Suite 12.

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