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June 10, 1988 - Image 76

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-06-10

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FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 1988

Marlene Goodman

Assistant
Financial
Secretary, Linda Bloom.
Recording Secretary is Jody
Davis and Corresponding
Secretary is Lynne Newman.
Board of directors includes:
Shirley Burnett, Debbie Can-
vasser, Laurel Epstein, Lor-
raine Gard, Lucy Gersten,
Shelley Class, Lily Gott-
furcht, Shirley Hirsch,
Mildred Hutto, Sherry Iden,
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Marlene Goodman was
elected president of the
Sisterhood of Temple Beth El
at its annual installation
luncheon. Mrs. Goodman has
been a member of Temple
Beth El for 13 years. She and
her husband, Harvey, are past
presidents of the Married
Group. Her activities in the
Sisterhood have included the
vice presidencies of both the
gift shop and of programming.
She has also co-chaired the
sisterhood art auction.
She has chaired the library
committee and the new
members orientation commit-
tee and has been a member of
the religious and membership
committees. She worked on
the auction committee since
its inception 10 years ago.
Mrs. Goodman also has serv-
ed on the temple's board of
trustees for seven years.
Elected with her were: Ad-
ministrative Vice President,
Lee Ann Salle; Programming
Vice President, Bobbi Char-
ms; Gift Shop Vice President,
Carol Israel; Commissary
Vice President, Elaine
Maskin; Human Relations
Vice President, Francis
Malin; and Invitations Vice
President, Ann Freeman.
Elected as treasurer was San-
dy Moss and as assistant
treasurer, Faye Goldman.
Financial Secretary is
Beatrice Strichartz and as

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Planning the annual affair are, seated, from left: Cell Liebman and Nora
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Amit Marks Israel's 40th

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Batya Chapter, Amit
Women, will celebrate Israel's
40th anniversary at its an-
nual fund-raising affair at
6 p.m. June 28 at Congrega-
tion Beth Abraham Hillel
Moses. A barbecue and steak
party will be the highlight of
the evening.
Entertainment will be pro-

vided by Abraham Ben Zeev
and his orchestra.
Proceeds from the evening
will go to Amit-sponsored or-
phanages, dormitories and
special schools for needy
children in Israel.
Nora Lessman is chairman
of the event. Her committee is
comprised of co-chairmen

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