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June 16, 1989 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-06-16

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I LOCAL NEWS )

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ewish Family Service
and the Resettlement
Service will open a
satellite office in the West
Bloomfield area to accom-
modate the burgeoning
growth of the Jewish com-
munity in the northwest
suburbs of Detroit, agency of-
ficials announced at an an-
nual joing meeting this week.
Operations at the proposed
facility are scheduled to begin
in the fall.
"Because 45 to 50 percent of
the metropolitan Detroit
Jewish community lives in
West Bloomfield, Franklin
and Farmington Hills, we see
the need to make ourselves
more accessible to these
potential clients," said Alan
Goodman, newly elected ex-
ecutive director of both
organizations.
Goodman said the annual
operating cost for the satellite
is expected to be $90,000. A
site has not yet been iden-
tified. Goodman said one op-
tion would be leasing space at
a temple or synagogue.
"We aren't as much con-
cerned about where it will be

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as much as we are about what
it will offer the community,"
Goodman said.
Also at the meeting, the
board discussed ongoing pro-
jects, including: services to
aging, now serving 371
clients; the Skillman grant of
$190,000 to provide specializ-
ed intervention for family
violence in the community;
and the election and re-
election of board membes and
officer of each agency.
Appointed to the Resettle-
ment bord were: Herbert
Schien, Anaruth Bernard,
Barbara Nusbaum, Gloria
Cohen, Mark Hauser, Ber-
nard Midnell, Bernard
Stollman, president; Rabbi
Lane Steinger, vice president;
Judith Cantor, treasurer; and
George Tarnoff, secretary.
For Jewish Famiy Services,
the new officers are: Andrew
Barbas, David Handleman
Harold Kulish, Anita
Millman, Betty Rosenhaus,
Gary Wetstein, Edward Gold,
president; John Jacobs, vice
president; Harvey Tennen,
vice president; Janice Shatz-
man, treasurer; and Warren
Coville, Jeffrey Kravitz,
Jerome Levy and Gary
Snyder, executive committee
members-at-large.



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Helping with the Jewish Family Service volunteer luncheon are, from left:
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Jewish Family Service will
have its annual volunteer
recognition luncheon on Mon-
day at noon at the
Fleischman Residence.

The theme this year is "It's
Fashionable to Be a Volun-
teer." Fashion specialists
Marilyn Scobel and Harry
Solomon will be the fashion
commentators. Volunteers
Betty Rosenhaus and Cal

Goldberg will be the models.
Rose Roth, JFS board
member and chairman of the
volunteer service committee,
will be the mistress of
ceremonies. Marcy Schneider,
coordinator of volunteer ser-
vice, and Ellie Glen, assistant
coordinator, will present cer-
tificates and gifts to the
volunteers.
To be a JFS volunteer, call
Schneider, 559-4046.

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