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March 17, 1989 - Image 86

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-03-17

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Sinai Hospital of Detroit
Mothers and Infants Center

presents

Materna Tea

An afternoon of fun and activity for families and
individuals interested in learning about Sinai's
childbirth and women's healthcare services.

Sunday
April 9,1989

2:00 p.m.=-4:00 p.m.

Sinai Hospital of Detroit
Mothers and Infants Center
6767 West Outer Drive
Detroit

Congratulating Youth Award winner Lisa Eidelman, center, are, from left:
Carole Kaftan and Beverly Silverfarb.

Lisa Eidelman Wins
Women's Youth Award

Free parking provided at Renaissance High School just east of
Sinai Hospital.

For more information, or to make a reservation, call 493-5500.
Reservations are required and should be made no later than

April 5.

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86

FRIDAY, MARCH 17, 1989

Lisa Eidelman is the win-
ner of the League of Jewish
Women's Organizations' $500
Youth Awards scholarship.
Susie M. Zorn and Noam
Koenigsberg, runners-up,
were awarded silver kiddush
cups.
The finalists were Randee
Carp, Sarah C. Eisenberger,
Marlo Fogelman, Trevor
Hart, Susan Katz, Marci
Klain, Allison Opper, David
Pollack, Sarah Richelew,
Sharon R. Roth, Jacob
Shimansky and David
Tessler. All of the finalists
received a copy of American
Jewish Album — 1654 To the
Present, by Allan Schoenen
The students were judged
on academic achievement,
leadership, Jewish education,
volunteer community ser-
vices and an essay. The topic
chosen for this year's essay
was "Anti-Semitism — Per-
sonal Strategies for Coping."
Lisa attends Berkley High
School and is in the 12th

grade at Congregation Beth
Sholom Religious School.
She is president of the
Michigan Region, B'nai
B'rith Girls and president of
Masada Chapter.
Lisa is involved in her high
school's tutoring program and
is a member of the National
Honor Society.
The 1989 Youth Awards pro-
gram is funded through the
contributions of Betty and
Grant Silverfarb and the
leagues' Youth Awards
tribute fund.
The Youth Award commit-
tee consists of Vice Presidents
Charlotte K. Nussbaum and
Eadie Albion, co-chairmen;
_ Dorothy Cohen,- Charlotte
Edelheit, Evelyn Noveck and
Betty Silverfarb. Carole Kaf-
tan is president of the
league. ❑

Hanita Hosts
Philip Vainik

The National' Council of
Jewish Women, Greater
Detroit Section, will host a
theater party on April 5.
The event will feature a
matinee performance of
Broadway Bound at the Bir-
mingham Theater, preceded
by lunch at Oliverio's
Restaurant.
The group will assemble at
11:30 a.m. at the NCJW of-
fices, 30233 Southfield Rd.,
Southfield, and will be bused
to Birmingham.
Chairman of the day is Edie
Hoffman. The community is
invited. There is a charge.
Reservations are limited.
Checks may be sent to the
NCJW offices. Registration
deadline is March 31. For in-
formation, call NCJW,
258-6000.

Hanita Chapter, Na'amat/
USA, will have its guest
speaker, Philip Vainik, on
Tuesday at 12:30 p.m. in the
Na'amat meeting room,
25900 Greenfield, Suite
205E, Oak Park. Vainik will
speak on "Hamantashen and
Humor."
Vainik is the executive
director of Congregation Beth
Achim. He was educated at
the University of South
Africa and Hebrew Universi-
ty in Jerusalem.
Sylvia Baum and Sonia
Glaser will be hostesses at
the meeting. Refreshments
will be served. There is no
charge. Guests are welcome.

NCJW Sets
Theater Party

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