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September 18, 1987 - Image 112

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-09-18

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FRIDAY, SEPT. 18, 1987

Helene and Avery Sommerfeld

Sommerfeld-Goldberg
Freeman. Ushers were: Barry
Helene Susan Goldberg and
Soloman (brother-in-law of
Avery William Sommerfeld
the bridegroom) and Martin
were married recently at
Glen • Oaks Country Club.
Zoldon.
Rabbi Harold Loss of Temple
Junior bridesmaid was
Israel officiated.
Rachel Wright, flower girl
The bride is the daughter of
was Neive Sparr and ring
Mr. and Mrs. Morton (Joanne)
bearer was Adam Wright, all
Goldberg of West Bloomfield.
are cousins of the bride. Also
Parents of the bridegroom are
participating in the ceremony
Mr. and Mrs. Michael (Sally)
were Mr. and Mrs. Gerald
Sommerfeld of Southfield.
Sparr, grandparents of the
Lori Ann Goldberg, sister of
bride; and Mrs. Kraindl Bren-
the bride, was maid of honor.
ner, grandmother of the
Bridesmaids were: Robin
bridegroom . Robyn Canner,
Behrmann, Rita Drootman
cousin of the bride, sang dur-
(sister of the bridegroom),
ing the ceremony.
Nicole Lieberman and Shelly
Following a honeymoon in
Soloman (sister of the bride-
Puerta Vallarta the couple is
groom).
residing in Novi.
The best man was Rob

I LOCAL NEWS I

Youth, Seniors Sing
At JWF Annual Event

At a reunion of participants
in last year's Dor L'Dor in
tergenerational program,
members of the Jewish Com-
munity Center Jimmy Pren-
tis Morris Branch Senior
Adult Choir will join the
Hillel Day School 7th grade
choir in a brief concert at the
Jewish Welfare Federation's
61st annual meeting, Sept.
30.
Set for 7:30 p.m. at the
Maple/Drake Jewish Com-
munity Center, the meeting
will be highlighted by the
presentation of the Fred M.
Butzel Memorial Award to
George M. Zeltzer.
The Dor L'Dor concert is
part of a comprehensive in--

tergenerational program de-
signed to help children re-
late to older people. It was
initiated three years ago with
funds from the Max M. Fish-
er Jewish Community Found-
ation.
Besides rehearsals, ac-
tivities leading up to the con-
cert include a pen-pal pro-
gram and a series of lectures
on the myths of aging.
During the business portion
of the meeting, Federation
President Dr. Conrad L. Giles
will deliver his first annual
report on the past year's ac-
tivities, and the election and
installation of members to
the JWF Board of Governors
will take place.

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