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July 08, 1988 - Image 47

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-07-08

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Na'amat Plans
Special Lunch

Na'amat USA, Greater
Detroit Council, will hold its
Spiritual Adoption Luncheon
on Aug. 4 at noon at the
Southfield Hilton Hotel.
The event is held annually
on behalf of Israel's disadvan-
taged children. These are
children ranging from infan-
cy to school age who have
been the victims of family
breakdown: parents suffering
from mental or physical il-
lness, delinquency, poverty;
motherless and fatherless
homes. For more than 60
years Na'amat has provided a
family-like environment to
children from disrupted
homes in three day/night
homes in Tel Aviv, Hadera
and Rehovot.
Ruth L. Miller, spiritual
adoption chairman, has ap-
pointed the following commit-
tee: Evelyn Noveck, program;
Alice Ross and Ann Kaplan,
reservations; Margaret
Bialkin, decorations. An-
thems will be led by Elaine
Kohner, accompanied by Son-
ny Lipenholtz. Belle Glenner
Schwartz is Council
president.
There is a minimum con-
tribution required to attend.
Resevations may be made by
calling the Na'amat Council
office, 967-4750.

Eating Disorder
Program Begins

An eating disorders pro-
gram is starting this fall for
bulimic women ages 18 and
older. Bulimics include people
who binge and either purge or
resort to extreme measures of
dieting and exercise.
The program combines
education and therapy to help
the person regain control over
her eating.
The Eating Disorders Pro-
gram will begin Sept. 15 at
Eastwood Clinic, Troy, at 7:15
p.m. Program coordinators
are Jackie Odom and Eileen
Orloff. Call the clinic,
649-4480, for registration
information.

Women Plan
Business Lunch

Ad Kits will be distributed
at the regular business
meeting for members of In-
fants Service Group at Sutton
Place club house on Tuesday
at noon. There is a nominal
charge for the lunch. For in-
formation, call Dorothy
Goldman, 968-1998; or Rose
Homer, 968-5015.

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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