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September 23, 1988 - Image 95

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-09-23

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Association
Picks Riskin

Cheryl Riskin, director of
the LeVine Institute on Ag-
ing, the research and educa-
tion arm of the Jewish Home
for Aged, has been nominated
as president-elect of the
Michigan Non-Profit Homes
Association (MNPHA). Elec-
tions will take place at the
MNPHA annual business
meeting and conference Sun-
day in Lansing.
Riskin has been involved in
MNPHA since joining the
home's staff in 1975. She has

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Cheryl Riskin

served on many association
committees, and is a member
of its board of directors and
executive committee. Riskin
is also one of the state
association's five elected
representatives to the House
of Delegates of its national af-
filiate, the American Associa-
tion of Homes for the Aging.
To be elected the new presi-
dent of MNPHA is Roger
Myers, executive director of
Michigan Masonic Homes in
Alma, Mich. He shares with
Riskin a tie to the LeVine
family, which founded the
LeVine Institute on Aging in
1983. David LeVine, a lifelong
Mason, had over the years
contributed financial support
to the Masonic Home as well
as to the Jewish Home for
Aged.

Ex-Detroiter
Fulbright Scholar

Louis H. Katz, of Helena,
Mont., and a graduate of Oak
Park High School, has been
awarded a Fulbright Scholar-
ship to study folk pottery in
Domkwean, Thailand, for
eight months beginning Oct.
3.
Katz is a graduate of the
Kansas City Art Institute,
and received his M.F.A.
degree from Montana State
University. He is the son of
Joseph and Fern Katz of
Southfield.

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