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April 29, 1988 - Image 100

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-04-29

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Karbal-Wagner
and Karen Davis, sister of the
Dr. Wayne Stuart Karbal
bridegroom.
and Lisa Lee Wagner were
The best man was Kevin
married recently at Cong.
Check. The ushers were:
Shaarey Zedek. The cere-
Jerry Wagner, brother of the
mony was performed by Rab-
bride; Bruce Mansfield,
bi Irwin Groner and Rabbi
brother-in-law of the bride;
Richard Hertz. The bride is
Norman Brant and Keith
the daughter of Alvin Wagner
Davis, brothers-in-law of the
of St. Clair Shores and Dr.
bridegroom; James Gendel-
Dorothy Wagner of Bloom-
man, and Charles Lichtman.
field Hills. The bridegroom is
Also participating in the
the son of Marilyn Karbal of
ceremony were the bride's
Bloomfield Hills and the late
grandmother, Mr. Thelma
Ronald Karbal.
Victory and the bridegroom's
grandparents, Ida and Alex
Susan Stimac was the maid
Samuels.
of honor. The bridesmaids
Following a honeymoon in
were: Rachel Kamerman;
the Seychelle Islands and an
Vicki Mansfield and Carole
African safari in Kenya and
Wagner, sisters of the bride;
Tanzania, Lisa and Wayne
Tamara Wagner, sister-in-law
are residing in Chicago, Ill.
of the bride; and Laurie Brant

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Dickman Fund Benefits
FAS Silverman Village

Robert J. Dickman has
established a permanent en-
dowment fund at the Fresh
Air Society, in memory of his
parents, to be called the
Frank and Dorothy Dickman
Memorial Travel Trip Fund.
It will be used to support
the Silverman Village Travel
and Outdoor Challenge Pro-
gram for adolescent boys age
1445. This 22 day program
from July 25 to Aug. 15 is in-
tended for adolescent boys
with social and/or academic
problems, and it offers
challenging activities that re-
quire group cooperation, com-
munication, and responsible
individual behavior. The pro-
gram is designed to increase
self-confidence, individual
responsibility, and positive
peer and adult relationships.
This summer the program
will take 16 participants for
a three-day canoe trip down

the Au Sable River, followed
by three days of back packing
in the Pictured Rocks Na-
tional Park, a one-day white
water rafting trip on the On-
tario River, and technical
rock climbing and caving ac-
tivities at Rattlesnake Point,
located just south of Ontario.
Throughout the trip the
campers set up their own
campsites, and plan and
prepare their own meals.
The group will first spend
three days at Silverman
Village located at Camp
Maas near Ortonville,
Michigan in preparation for
the trip. During this time out-
door survival skills, canoeing,
and climbing will be em-
phasized along with group
safety rules and responsible
group behavior.
Spaces are still available.
For information, call the
Fresh Air Society, 661-0600.

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