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July 22, 1988 - Image 76

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-07-22

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The Four Seasons Quartet
will perform a musical salute
to the 40th anniversary of the
State of Israel at the Spiritual
Adoption Luncheon of
Na'amat USA, Greater
Detroit Council. The event
will be held noon Aug. 4 at
the Southfield Hilton Hotel.
The quartet is composed of
local teen-age musicians
Miriam and Gabriel
Bolkosky, Suzette Shuller
and Jerome Wilczynski.
Miriam Bolkosky, cellist,
has been winning competi-
tions and amassing scholar-
ships since the age of 7 when
she performed at Kennedy
Center and Carnegie Hall.
She was one of 12 cellists
selected to tour with the in-
ternational Suzuki Associa-
tion in 1977. In 1988 Miriam,
along with her brother
Gabriel, were two of the three
winners of the Michigan
Young Artists Competition
sponsored by the Jewish Com-
munity Center and the
Michigan Council for the
Arts.
Gabriel Bolkosky, age 14,
has been playing the violin
for 10 years. He has won
awards from the Music Study
Club of Metropolitan Detroit,
the National Music Camp at
Interlocken, the Amity Music
Club, the Livonia and
Oakland Youth Symphonies.
Jerome Wilczynski is an

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FRIDAY, JULY 22, 1988

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The Business and Profes-
sional Branch of the National
Council of Jewish Women —
Greater Detroit Section
recently held its elections for
1988-1989.
Serving as president for her
second consecutive term is
Ina J. Kirstein.
Other elected officers in-
clude Carol 'Goldman Klein,
Barbara Vorenberg, Arlene
Gorelick and Shirleyanne
Schlang, vice presidents;
Patricia Milner, secretary;
and Judi Rosen, treasurer.
Serving on the board are
Harriet Bakalar, Cheryl
Bloom, Fran Cook, Gayle
Eubanks, Cindy Goldman,
Saree Hantler, Jeanne Korsh,
Nina Lopatin, and Barbara
Mandell.
The Business and Profes-
sional Branch will hold a
"Night of Fortune" 7 p.m.
Tuesday at the home of Bar-
bara Mandell, 28869 Sum-
merwood, Farmington Hills.
Members and guests should
call the NCJW office,
258-6000, for reservations.

18-year-old violist from
Livonia. He is principal
violist of the Detroit Sym-
phony Orchestra and prin-
cipal violist of the Livonia
All-City High School
Orchestra.
Violinist Suzette Shuller
has been concert mistress of
the Metropolitan Youth Sym-
phony Orchestra as well as a
member of the Fair Lane
Youth Orchestra.
The Spiritual Adoption
Luncheon will pay tribute to
the 80th birthday of Goldie
Adler, who will be presented
with Na'amat USA's
"Celebration of Women
Award."
The luncheon wil raise
funds for Na'amat's three
homes for needy children in
Israel. For reservations, call
Na'amat, 967-4750. -

Tikvah Women
Plan Luncheon

Tikvah Cahpter, B'nai
B'rith Women, will have a
general membership meeting
at noon on July 26 in the Sut-
ton Place club house. Pro-
gram chairmen Goldie
Kramer and Dorothy Stor-
chan will present guest
speaker Kathy Rissman, who
will show slides of her recent
visit to B'nai B'rith Women's
Children's Home in Israel.
Luncheon will be served.
There is a fee. President
Marion Krone invites guests
to attend. Ways and Means
Vice President Dorothy
Fishman reminds members to
bring in their books and
white elephants for the fund-
raising boutique. For informa-
tion, call Membership Vice
President Hilda Raphael,
557-6517.

Visitors Needed
For Elderly

The National Council of
Jewish Women needs
volunteers to visit the frail
elderly.
The program, titled SPARC
(Senior Project Advocacy
Resources Coordination), is
co-sponsored by the Oakland
County Area Agency on
Aging.
A training session will be
held Aug. 25, from 12 to 2 p.m.
in the Area Agency con-
ference room, 29508
Southfield Rd., Suite 100,
Southfield.
lb attend or for further in-
formation, call Andrea
Asarch at the NCJW office,
258-6000.

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