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May 13, 1988 - Image 88

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-05-13

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Harris Mainster Named
By Hebrew U. Friends

The American Friends of
the Hebrew University of
Jerusalem announced that
Dr. Harris W. Mainster has
been elected president of the
Michigan Chapter.
Dr. Mainster will be install-
ed as president at a black-tie-
optional dinner to be held at
Cong. Shaarey Zedek on May
25. At the dinner the
Michigan Chapter will also
salute Harvey Grace "for his
meritorious service" during
his tenure as president of the
organization.
Chairman of the depart-
ment of surgery at Botsford
General Hospital, Dr.
Mainster has also served as
an associate clinical professor
of surgery at Michigan State
University, as deputy medical
examiner of Oakland County,
as adjunct professor of
surgery at the West Virginia
School of Osteopathic
Medicine, and is an author
and contributor to the AOA
Journal of the Michigan
Osteopathic Association.
DE Mainster is noted for his
teaching and medical/surgi-
cal service to governments
and hospitals in Third World
countries over the last 16
years. He has provided ser-
vices to such countries as
Nicaragua, India, New
Guinea, Nepal, Thailand, the
Sudan, the Philippines, and
Indonesia, as well as to
American Samoa, Alaska,
and Indian reservations in
Pine Ridge, S.D.
Dr. Mainster has served the
Jewish community as a board
member of Jewish Communi-
ty Center, the Hillel Day
School, and the Jewish
Welfare Federation. He is a

Dr. Harris Mainster

former president of the Pro-
fessional Health Division and
the Osteopathic Division of
the Allied Jewish Campaign
and of the Prime Minister's
Club and Ambasador's Socie-
ty of Trustees of Israel Bonds.
He is currently the president
of Cong. Beth Abraham Hillel
Moses.
The installation dinner is
being chaired by past
presidents Erwin Ziegelman
and Harold Berry.
The special guest speaker
for the installation dinner
will be Dr. David W. Weiss,
chairman of the Hebrew
University's Lautenberg
Center for Tumor Im-
munology. Dr. Weiss, an or-
dained rabbi, is considered to
be one of the world's leading
cancer authorities, as well as
a noted philosopher, lecturer
and author.
For information or to make
reservations for the dinner,
call the American Friends of
the Hebrew University,
Michigan Chapter, 357-0510.

Summer Classes Offered
At Maple/Drake Center

The educational depart-
ment of the Jewish Com-
munity Center announces
that summer mini classes
will be held at the Maple/
Drake building.
The first four-week session
will start the week of June 5
and ends the week of June 26.
The second four-week session
starts the week of July 10 and
ends the week of July 31.

The music department will
offer classes in Suzuki violin,
cello and piano, as well as
traditional lessons in piano,
flute. recorder. violin and
viola. Music instruction for
individuals with learning
disabilities will also be
featured.

The dance department will
offer children's classes in pre-
school dance, jazz, ballet and
for adults, ballet and tap.
In the art department there
will be a studio, gallery and
museum tour class for six con-
secutive Thursdays. There
will also be an "Art in the
Park" traveling art class of
sketching out of doors and at
museums, as well as the "Ex-
perimental Watercolor" class.
An advanced reading
course will be available.
Bridge I, Bridge II and a
beginning duplicate bridge
class will also be given.
For information on classes,
fees and/or registration, call
the Center, 661-1000, ext.
335.

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