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June 09, 1989 - Image 61

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-06-09

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LOCAL NEWS I

THE IMPORTANCE OF THE COUNCIL OF ORTHODOX RABBIS

Statement by Paul Borman, Chairman:

Statement by Judge Avern Cohn, -Char tam

"The Council of Orthodox Rahhis is a communi-

"We are a people of community. Our strength L nrougho the
ages has been premised upon our capacity to organi:e our iir:es
and care for our own needs. Our values and traditions are very
important to the cohesion of our community. The Council
of Orthodox Rabbis of Greater Detroit are unique, not only
because they represent the active involvement of the united
Orthodox community, but because their itit:frests and endeavors
are on behalf of the entire Jewish people. Our survival as a
nation viable and ever growing, is their foremost goal. Through
the eyes of communal leadership, I have seen first hand the
efforts and funds that they have expended in maintaining the
traditional lifeline of our people. Their activities cover the com-
plete gamut of Jewish life all in the sincerest of hopes that the
maintenance of traditional Jewish values as well as the com-
munal support for the Jewish family as an inviolable institu-
tion will keep the promise of the existence of our people. I urge
VOL! to be counted amongst the supporters of the Council of
Orthodox Rabbis and join us at their annual dinner: .

ty institution as well as an ideal. Throughout the

thousands of years of our existence as a people the

bond of our nation has been the community in-

stitutions that serve as a reminder of the impor-

tance of our Jewish identity. The COR, with the

active united cooperation of the twenty-six Rab-

bis who volunteer their time, effort, and scholar-

ship, are committed to maintaining the principles

of Jewish practice. Their continued involvement in

NCSY Honors
D. Eisenberg

The fifth annual National
conference of Synagogue
Youth breakfast will be held
June 18 at 9 a.m. at Young
Israel of Greenfield. This
year's honoree is Dennis
Eisenberg, founder of Detroit
NCSY. Co-chairmen for the
event are Lawrence Loewen-

every aspect of Jewish life and their care for the

individual and communal needs of Jews in this ci-

ty regardless of personal orientation, make it in-

cumbent upon every one of us to actively support

their efforts. I look forward to seeing each and every

one of you at the upcoming banquet to be held

at the Westin Hotel, Tuesday, June 20th, 1989"

COUNCIL OF ORTHODOX RABBIS 59TH ANNIVERSARY DINNER
TUESDAY, JUNE 20, 1989
WESTIN HOTEL RENAISSANCE CENTER

Cocktails at 6 p.m. • Dinner at 7 p.m. (Free Parking) • For Reservations Call: 559-5005

Guest Speaker

Richard N. Perle

Honoring

Dr. Phillip Friedman

Former Assistant Secretary of Defense

FATR'S
HE

Dennis Eisenberg

thal, Barry Eisenberg, Sand-
ford Eisenberg and Gary
To rg ow-.
Dennis Eisenberg is the
former executive director of
Akiva Hebrew Day School.
As a teenager, Eisenberg
founded and chartered the
Detroit Metropolitan Council
of Young Israel-NCSY. He
later served as youth director
and participated in the forma-
tion of the Central East
Region NCSY and served as
an advisory staff member.
Since 1983, Eisenberg has
served as executive director of
the Yeshivah of Flatbush in
Brooklyn, N.Y.
Eisenberg is the chairman
of the Association of
Yeshivah/Day School Ad-
ministrators and a founding
member of the association.
For information and reser-
vations, call the Central East
NCSY regional office,
967-3300.

Simcha Has
Oneg Shabbat

Simcha, a supportive
organization for Jewish gays
and lesbians, will sponsor an
Oneg Shabbat June 16 at
7:45 p.m. This service will be
followed by a social hour. Call
Simcha's hotline to make a
reservation or for informa-
tion, 353-8025.
Simcha will co-sponsor an
interfaith service as part of
Gay/Lesbian Pride Week ac-
tivities. This event will be
held at the Metropolitan
Community Church in Bir-
mingham on Thursday, June
22 at 7:30 p.m.

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