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September 30, 1988 - Image 55

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-09-30

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Sylvia Simon Greenberg
Young Leadership Award

Frank A. Wetsman
Memorial Leadership Award

William H. Boesky
Memorial Leadership Award

Lauren K. Liss

Howard J. Tapper

Norman H. Beitner

Exemplary qualities of leadership
are recognized each year with the
presentation of the Sylvia Simon
Greenberg Young Leadership
Award to a woman of outstanding
promise.

Devoted service to a number of
agencies, as well as to Federation
and the Campaign, has led to
Howard Tapper's selection as re-
cipient of the Frank A. Wetsman
Memorial Leadership Award.

This year, the award goes to
Lauren Liss, a member of the
Federation Women's Division
leadership team. Lauren has held
several important positions with
the Allied Jewish Campaign and
was Detroit chairman of the Young
Leadership Washington Confer-
ence. She is a participant in the
Women's Hadracha development
program and serves on the execu-
tive board of the United Jewish
Appeal Young Women's Leader-
ship Cabinet.

This award, presented to a young
man with special leadership
capabilities, recognizes Howard's
chairmanship of the Campaign
Super Sunday telethon and of the
Campaign's Mercantile Division.
He is a member of Federation's
Culture and Education budgeting
and planning division, a vice-
president of the Jewish Commu-
nity Center and board member of
both Fresh Air Society and United
Hebrew Schools.

In recognition of his outstanding
service to the Young Adult Divi-
sion, Past President Norman Beit-
ner has been named recipient of
the William H. Boesky Memorial
Leadership Award. This award
cites both current service and
potential for future community
leadership.

Norman has been a division board
member for three years and served
as chairman of the division's 1987
Allied Jewish Campaign. He is a
member of the Jewish Community
Council Executive Committee
and of the Federation Leadership
Development Committee.

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