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November 17, 1989 - Image 11

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-11-17

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Honorary Chairman:
Governor
James J. Blanchard

Dinner Chairmen:
Norman Allan
Jack Shenkman

Past Chairmen:
Paul Borman
Hon. Avery Cohn
Fred Ferber
David Hermelin

T

ELIE WIESEL
Guest Speaker

DR GEORGE A. & VIVIAN DEAN
Honorees

.

he Lubavitch Foundation
of Michigan cordially
invites you to attend a
Dinner and Concert

The Lubavitch Foundation
of Michigan cordially
invites you to attend a Dinner
and Concert in honor of
Dr. George A. and Vivian Dean.
Dr. Dean has been proclaimed
"Family Physician of the year" by
the American Academy of Family
Physicians.

Founders Committee:
Harold Beznos
Leonard Borman
Sidney Fields
Nathan Goldin
Seymour Joffe
Lawrence Jackier
Dr. Jerome Kasle
Paul Magy
Larry Nichamin
David Pollack
Burton Rosen
Jerome Schostak
Phillip Stollman
Marvin Tamaroff

Past Founders
(Deceased):
Irwin I. Cohn
Charles E. Feinberg
William Hordes
Robert Ruch
Morris L. Schaver

Centers:
Ann Arbor
Farmington Hills
Flint
Grand Rapids
Kalkaska
Oak Park
Toledo (Ohio)
West Bloomfield

1985 Honoree:

Emma Lazaroff-Schaver

1986 Honorees:

Jack and Miriam Shenkman

The Westin Hotel

Renaissance Center

Thursday, November 30, 1989

Hors D'oeuvres at five o'clock AM.
Dinner at six o'clock PM. promptly.

NA

1987 Honoree:

Norman Allan

Featuring:

Elie Wiese!, guest speaker

The Michigan Symphony Orchestra
Robert Vodnoy, Conductor

Convert$125 per person
Black Tie Optional;
Free Parking for All

RSVP.

For further information,
please call (313) 737-7000

28555 Middlebelt Rd.,
Farmington Hills, MI 48018

1989 Honorees
George and
Vivian Dean

The goal of Lubavitch is Jewish education, for all ages, at all levels, under all circumstances;
your attendance at the dinner and concert makes this possible.

Activities:
Adult Education,
Campus programs,
Cheder, Counseling,
Hospital visitation,
Jail Chaplaincy, J.E.M.
(Jewish Entrepreneurs
of Michigan), Law
lectures, Lunch and
Learns, Bloomfield
Hills Minyan,
Huntington Woods
Minyan, Publications,
Pushkeh division,
Russian Immigrants,
Schools, Senior
citizens, Small cities
outreach, Summer
camp.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS 11

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