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September 09, 1988 - Image 178

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-09-09

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JNF To Honor Two
At Flint Fund-Raiser

Communal leaders Murray

E. Moss and Charles R.

Weeks will be jointly honored
by the Jewish National Fund
at a dinner to be held Oct. 30
at 6 p.m. at the Hyatt Regen-
cy Hotel in Flint.
Michael A. Pelavin will be
the general chairman for the
event.
At the dinner, Moss and
Weeks will receive the JNF's
highest national honor, the
"Tree of Life" Award, given in
recognition of professional
and humanitarian leader-
ship."
Moss has served as county
chairman of the Genesee
County Democratic Party;
Citizens Advisory Committee
for the University of
Michigan-Flint; Flint Urban
League board of directors;
Flint Township Liquor Com-
mission; vice president,
Greater Flint Opportunities
Industrial Center, Inc.; presi-
dent, Independent Insurance
Agents of Genesee County;
president, Michigan Surplus
Agents Association , among
others.
He received special awards
from the Michigan Surplus
Agents Association; State of
Israel Bonds; Jewish

El Al is pleased to announce a very special departure and arrival. Happy Rosh Hashanah.

Charles R. Weeks

where he served as president
and director. He has a
bachelor's degree in business
administration from Michi-
gan State University.
His is a sponsor of the Flint
College and Cultural
Development Fund, a
member of the Board of
Governors of Flint Goodwill
Industries, and is a board
member of the Urban Coali-
tion of Greater Flint.
Weeks is a first vice presi-
dent of the Michigan Bankers
Association, a member of the
American Bankers Associa-
tion's Government Relations
Council, a trustee for the
Flint Institute of Music, presi-
dent of the board of trustees
of Women's Hospital Associa-
tion and a member of the
Citizens Advisory Committee
to the University of
Michigan-Flint.
Proceeds from the dinner
will be used to establish an af-
forestation project in the
American Independence Park
near Jerusalem in the names
of Moss and Weeks.
For information, contact Ed
Rosenthal, JNF regional
director, 557-6644.

Murray E. Moss

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Theological Seminary; was
Man of the Year, B'nai B'rith
and independent Insurance
Agents of Genesee County;
president, Congregation Beth
Israel; chairman, United
Jewish Appeal; president,
Flint Jewish Federation.
Weeks is president and
chief executive officer of
Citizens Banking Corp. and
vice president of Citizens
Bank. Before joining Citizens
Bank five years ago, Weeks
had served at the National
Bank of Detroit, Southern
Ohio Bank, Union Commerce
Bank of Ohio and finally,
Union Commerce Corp.,

Crohn's Topic
Of Meeting

"Clinical Overview of
Crohn's Disease and
Ulcerative colitis" is the topic
of the open education meeting
scheduled for Thursday at 8
p.m. at Sinai Hospital —
Zuckerman Auditorium. Dr.
David L. Benkoff, internist
and gastroenterologist, will
address Inflammatory Bowel
Disease (I.B.D.) patients, their
families and interested
others.
Admission is free, and
refreshments will be served.
Parking is available at the
Shapero School of Nursing.

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