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March 16, 1990 - Image 53

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-03-16

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SYNAGOGUES

WALLPOWER

The theme as designated by
the National Jewish Welfare
Board, "Celebrating Contem-
porary Jewish Music," will be
integrated into the service.
Soprano Avra Weiss and
mezzo-soprano Carol Ferrero
will join Nathalie Conrad,
director of music, in the
musical selections. Rabbis
Norman T. Roman and Ernst
J. Conrad will conduct the
service.
Also participating in the
service will be Robert
Deitsch, Barbara Wllman,
Esther Schulak, and Donna
Sklar.

LOCAL NEWS

I

JWF Has New
Associates

The Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion has promoted one of its
professional staff members
and hired two others.
Randie B. Levin has been
named senior staff associate
in the planning department.
Prior to joining Federation
three years ago, she was direc-
tor of interdisciplinary ser-
vices at Children's Aid Socie-
ty in Detroit.
Scott L. Mittelman has join-
ed Federation's Campaign
staff as an associate. A
graduate of Michigan State
University in December, he
was a member of the first
group to participate in Project
Otzma, the Jewish social ser-
vice corps for young adults.
Kevin Rowe has been nam-
ed to the data processing staff
as micro resource manager.
He was previously a data pro-
cessing manager at Flex Ben
Corporation in Troy.

Mercy Hosts
Danny Siegel

Danny Siegel will speak at
7:30 p.m. March 19 at Mercy
College.
Siegel's talk, "Tzedakah
Heroes: Everyone a Miracle
Worker," is sponsored by Mer-
cy College of Detroit with the
support of the W.K. Kellogg
Foundation. It is part of a
series of philanthropy forums
sponsored by the college.
Admission is a food item to
be donated to the local food
bank. For information, call
Jacqueline Zeff, 592-6080.

Beth Achim Men
Hold Brunch

The Congregation Beth
Achim Men's Club will host a
complimentary brunch for
paid up members at 9:30 a.m.
March 18 in the synagogue.
A speaker is planned.

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