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July 21, 1989 - Image 49

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-07-21

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JVS Senior Service Corps members who were honored for 10 years of
service are, standing from left: Esther Ginsberg, Dorothy Schucart, Betty
Rodner, Eva Golden and Selma Lesser; and seated, Malvina Fried.

JVS Honors Corps

Jewish Vocational Service
recently celebrated the 10th
anniversary of the Senior Ser-
vice Corps and honored its 52
members. The Senior Service
Corps offers volunteer oppor-
tunities at a variety of local
charities to individuals age
60 and over.
Honored were: 10 years,
Malvina Fried, Esther
Ginsburg, Eva Golden, Selma
Lesser, Betty Rodner, Dorothy
Schucart, Sol Silberstein;
nine years, Sam Fischer,
Lillian Lichtenstein, Bella
Shulman, Frieda Steinharter;
eight years, Bessie Helper,
Marylin Schiffman; seven
years, Bertha Fischer,
Pauline Maness, Rose
Wagner; six years, Lillian
Aronoff, Anna Morof; five
years, Leah Glinter, Joe
Glinter, Marilyn Ross,
Natalie Zamczyk; four years,

Beebe Char, Anna Dubrow-
ski, Rose Goldstein, Loretta
Littman; three years, Law-
rence Aronsson, Margarite
Breiner, Mollie Rothenburg.

Also two years, Rose Alen-
co, Sol Dembs, Helen Finkels-
tein, Sol Forman, Shirley
Goldin, Ida Klein, Ida Lewis,
Elaine Lumberg, Betty
Nedelman, Sadie Pesick,
Julius Schlussel, Helen
Waldbott; one year, Irene Bar-
dos, Dena Berlin, Brenda
Beel, Diana Ginsberg, Sarah
Litvin, Gail Lopata, David
Shurgin, Lee Velick.
New volunteers are:
Frances Sedman and Anna
Singer.

For information about the
Senior Service Corps, call pro-
gram coordinator Gloria
Bender or Barbara Peltz,
559-5000.

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538 N. Woodward Ave.,
Birmingham, Susan
Laufer's works on paper,
today through Aug. 12,
hours: 11 a.m.-5:30 p.m.
Tuesday through
Saturday, free, 642-6623.

ROBERT KIDD
GALLERY
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Birmingham, paintings
and sculptures by Brooker,
Lefkowitz, Gniewek,
Michaels, Kohlmeyer and
more, now through Aug.
12, hours: 10:30 a.m.-5:30
p.m. Tuesday through
Saturday, free, 642-3909.

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MUSEUM
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Bloomfield Hills, Joseph
Wesner, Pherein Series,
now through Sept. 17;
Robert Sailors, Textiles,
now through Oct. 29, free,
645-3323.

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Center, Bay City, 26
Michigan Artists, "Line,
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25, hours: noon-4 p.m.
Tuesday through Friday,
10 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday,
517-892-8552.
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755 W. Big Beaver Road,
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hours: 11 a.m.-5:30 p.m.
Tuesday through Friday,
11 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday
(closed Saturdays in July),
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