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October 23, 1987 - Image 41

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-10-23

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MOTHER Carolyn Kerner Stein

Film Producer/Commercial Image Consultant
20-year member, Women's American ORT

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"I am extremely busy. But without ORT something
would be missing. . .Through Women's American ORT
I am building the future by
assuring an education for
underprivileged Jewish
youth. At the same time
I'm securing the future of
the American Jewish corn-
munity and all our shared values.
"When my daughter was a child, she was aware of my involve-
ment. She saw what it meant to me and what it did for others. Now she
carries on the tradition. . .ORT is truly developing the greatest resource
we have—our young people."

DAUGHTER Linda Stein Fraynd

Real Estate Manager
and Developer
Second generation
member, Women's
American ORT
am young, married,
working, and quite busy with home, marketing, and Chamber of Commerce
meetings. . .but they don't provide that deep sense of satisfaction I get from
being directly responsible for the education of a child in France, Mordcco,
or Israel.
visited Ethiopia before there was an Operation Moses. ORT was there.
They had built a school and were teaching skills that were desperately needed.
"But there's more. It feels good to have strong Jewish ties with a group of my
contemporaries—women like me who want to show thanks for all that we have."

having it all
is not enough.

©1987 Women's American ORT

Having it all seems to be the credo of ambitious young
women everywhere. But for an increasing number, having
it all is not enough—because they are part of a Jewish
tradition that considers it as important to give as to receive.
What these women have in common is membership in
Women's American ORT. It is something they share with
each other, with their
mothers, and with their
grandmothers, as well—
Jewish women who for more
than 100 years dedicated
important resources to the
education of Jewish children and young adults worldwide. ❑ Today
Women's American ORT is a nationwide organization of 145,000
women of all ages and backgrounds, professionals and homemakers,
married and single. ❑ They find in ORT a common ground and
common values: a concern for issues and a proven way to put their
belief in education to work. ❑ Not all members can make the same
commitment in time: Not
all can be active in their
communities. Not all mem-
bers can make the same
financial commitment. But
together, they make the
biggest difference of all in the lives of thousands of young people—and to the
quality of Jewish life. ❑ Membership in Women's American ORT is only $15 a year.
❑ Even if you don't have time for meetings and active participation, your $15 goes
a long way toward providing a bright future for a Jewish girl or boy. ❑ Act now
and send your membership dues—and a generous, tax-deductible contribution—to:
Women's American ORT, Michigan Regional Office,
21540 West 11 Mile Road,
Southfield, Michigan 48076.




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Telephone: 355-9151

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