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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-06-09

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Pisgah Chapter
Has Installation

Pisgah Chapter, B'nai
B'rith Women, will hold its
installation of officers at
noon, Wednesday at Tam
O'Shanter Country Club.
Officers to be installedx are:
Laura Cohen, president;
Lenore Diskin, vice president;
Rose Kohn, vice president;
Ethel Levy, vice president;
Ann Klee, treasurer and
mailing secretary; Sarah
Levine, financial secretary;
Betty Zaft, recording
secretary and corresponding
secretary.
Jeanne Felstein, past presi-
dent of Pisgah Chapter, will
be installing officer. For reser-
vations, call Rose Meskin,
851-2227.

Na'amat Unit
Has Meeting

The Metropolitan Chapter
of Na'amat USA will have its
next meeting on June 19th at
noon in the Na'amat meeting
room, Suite 205E, 25900
Greenfield, Oak park.
The Chapter will honor
Belle and Al Schwartz "for
their many years of driving
members to meetings and
their exemplary help for the
chapter." The program will
also include a current events
discussion.
Clara Marks will be the
chairman of the day. Refresh-
ments will be served. There is
no charge, and guests are
welcome.

Marshall Has
Member Lunch

Louis Marshall Chapter,
B'nai B'rith Women, will hold
its paid-up membership lun-
cheon Thursday at the Zionist
Cultural Center.
Dues will be accepted at the
door. Special presentation
will be given by Linda Sober-
man, president, Anti-
Defamation League,
Michigan Regional Board.
President Jennie Grayson
invites guests. For informa-
tion, contact Eileen Israel,
968-0569.

ORT Group
Has Installation

The Business and Profes-
sional Chapter of Women's
American ORT will have its
annual installation dinner on
June 19 at 7 p.m. at South-
field Charley's.
Judith Goodman, singer,
pianist and guitarist will
entertain. She has taught

music and English, from
kindergarten to college.
Guests are welcome. There
is a charge. For information,
call Betty Holzman,
350-3678.

NURSERY AND DAY SCHOOLS

PRE-SCHOOL

A GREAT BEGINNING

Morning and Afternoon Programs
Extended Day Option

Sharona Has
General Meeting

BREAKING AWAY: A special stepping stone
class for 2 to 2 1/2 year olds. Learning to
be away from Mom and Dad for fun times
(Orff Music, art, gymnastics, creative
movement . . .), socialization and
readiness skills.

The next general meeting of
Sharona Chapter, Na'amat
USA, will be held on Thurs-
day at 8 p.m. in the home of
Lorraine Gale, 28988
Ramblewood Dr., Farmington "
Hills.
The guest speaker will be
Margaret Weiner, director of
professional services, Jewish
Family Service.

I'M ME — I'M THREE: As your child

searches for a positive self image and
develops an awareness of the world, our
staff is ready to help focus on activities
geared to the total development of your
child in all areas . . . social, academic,
readiness, physical and emotional
growth. Enrichment activities include:
gymnastics, art, Orff Music, creative
movement .. .

Infants Service
Picks Officers

Infants Service Group
recently elected officers.
They are: President, Lottie
Malkin; Second Vice Presi-
dent, Shirley Lubin; Third
Vice President, Iva Hoptman;
Treasurer, Bernice Green.
A meeting will be held on
Tuesday. Mrs. Elsie Drapkin
will speak on "Old Detroit."
Guests are invited at a
nominal fee.

( LOCAL NEWS

PRE-KID-A-GARTEN: This creative and pro-
gressive program is geared to the older
pre-schooler and centers around special
experiences including science,
geography, travel club, creative
dramatics, art, math and reading
readiness, creative movement, Orff
music, jr. tennis, gymnastics and much,
much more!!!

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Wineman Heads
DIA Committee

Trudi Wineman of Hun-
tington Woods was elected
chairman of the volunteer
committee of the Founders
Society, Detroit Institute of
Arts.
Among the officers and
committee chairmen elected
with her were: Betsy Loomis,
treasurer; Judith Lapp,
docents; Barbara Feld,
museum shop co-chairman;
Shirley Broder, museum shop
vice chairman; Frances Keeps
and Sondra Schwartz, direc-
tors; Leah Drachler, public
relations; Jan Miller, A Day
Away with the DIA; Dody
Weil, enrichment; Betty Shaf-
fer, historian; and Cyvia
Snyder, trips.

Home For Aged
Cites Volunteer

Jennie Benigsohn is the
recipient of the Jewish Home
for Aged's first Volunteer of
the Year Award.
The award has been
established to recognize an
outstanding volunteer among
the corps at all three JHA
facilities. Benigsohn has been
a volunteer at the JHA's
Prentis Manor facility since
1984.

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