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November 20, 1987 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-11-20

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SYNAGOGUES

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"Sunset Strip" 29536 Northwestern Highway, Southfield, Michigan 48034

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Phone: 357-4000

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THE WOMENOF
JEWISH NATIONAL FUND

(KEREN KAYEMETH
LEISRAEL) INC.

invite you to attend their

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Bea Feigelman

Shirley Kraft

President
Women of Jewish National Fund

Vice President-Fund Raising
Women of Jewish National Fund

Please help by supporting our

SPORTS FIELD AND LANDSCAPING PROJECT

at

BEIT BLUMA SCHOOL FOR GIRLS IN PETACH TIKVAH

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1987

12:00 NOON

CONGREGATION SHAAREY ZEDEK

27375 Bell Road in Southfield

Gala Musical Program featuring THE ROSE MORGAN CHORALE

For information call:
JEWISH NATIONAL FUND
18877 W. Ten Mile Rd.
Southfield, MI 48075

557 6644

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Bea (Mrs. Julius) Feigelman

President

Bess (Mrs. Jacob) Axelrod

Program Chairman

Shirley (Mrs. Jules) Kraft

Vice President - Fund Raising

ISRAEL NEEDS YOU NOW!

Myer and Alice Mandelbaum

Oak-Woods To Honor
Mandelbaums At Dinner

Young Israel of Oak-Woods
will hold its pre-Chanukah
annual dinner on Dec. 13. The
honorees will be Alice and
Myer Mandelbaum, long-time
members of Oak-Woods.
Mandelbaum has held
many positions on the board
of directors. He was secretary
and president of the men's
club and bowling league. At
present, he is the president of
the Daily Minyan Breakfast
Club and vice-president of
Oak Woods.

Mrs. Mandelbaum has been
a member of the sisterhood
for many years. She has been
a board member, treasurer,
secretary, program chairman,
and is presently one of a
group of consultants who plan
sisterhood activities.
The couple also were
chairmen of the Gala Mor-
tgage Retirement dinner held
at Oak-Woods several years
ago.
For information, call the
Oak-Woods office, 398-1177.

Adat Shalom Wins Award
For Family Education

Adat Shalom Synagogue
was awarded the Solomon
Schecter Award, presented
biennially by the United
Synagogue of America.
Of the 800 member
synagogues, Adat Shalom
won top honors in the
category of family education
for congregations over 750
families.
Sanford Eichenhorn, a na-
tional vice-president of the
United Synagogue of
America and the Michigan
Region president, accepted
the award on behalf of his
synagogue which he serves as
vice-president. Irwin Alter-
man, president of the con-
gregation, thanked Sharon
Hart, past chairman of the
Adult Study Commission,
who was responsible for the

programming and compiling
of the information that led to
the winning of the award.

Over the past two years the
synagogue has pursued a pro-
gram which incorporated
special family worship ser-
vices, holiday celebrations,
educating families in Jewish
values and parallel program-
ing for parents with their
children's religious education.
The synagogue was the focal
point of outdoor Kabbalat
Shabbat services, family pic-
nics and life cycle events. The
Jewish Experiences for
Families program, under the
guidance of Harlene Ap-
pleman, has facilitated
chavurot programming and
the involvement of young
people.

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