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January 18, 1991 - Image 49

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-01-18

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THE KOHENS
INVITE YOU
TO S EE.. '

Saturday afternoons for
members.
But some things haven't
changed: a group of at-
torneys and engineers con-
tinue to play basketball at
noon on Tuesdays.
Fulgenzi, who has added
a programming assistant,
Michelle Haenick, to help
with the increased load, said
birthday parties had been
offered only on weekdays at
certain hours. "But who

She's become
acquainted with
yarmulkes and
she's picked up
Yiddish terms such
as shlep.

wants a birthday party at 5
p.m. on a Tuesday?" asked
Fulgenzi, who runs the par-
ties on the weekends.
"I'm packed," she said,
noting JPM has eight to 10
parties a month now, corn-
pared to two or three per
month last year. "It's
wonderful."
The parties average about
20 youngsters who utilize
the gym area for games and
a classroom for cake and ice
cream. Families from the
Oak Park-Southfield-
Huntington Woods area pro-
vide the bulk of the parties,

but some come from as far as
Farmington Hills.
Edie Rubin of Farmington
Hills said she chose JPM
over Maple-Drake because
"It was much less expen-
sive" — $40 compared to
$110 for facility and staffing.
She said the difference was
JPM agreed to set up a party
and supervise, but leave
games and programs to her.
Fulgenzi, who is Catholic,
said she's learned a lot about
Judaism since joining the
JCC. She's become ac-
quainted with yarmulkes,
she said, and she's picked up
Yiddish terms such as shlep
— as in, "We shlep the kids
to Maple-Drake for swimm-
ing during winter break."
"Shlep — I like that
word," she said.
She also doesn't mind
sometimes working seven
days a week. "I feel it's wor-
th it," she said. "The pro-
grams have been expanded
and I feel people here appre-
ciate the time and effort I've
put into it."
With the gym newly air-
conditioned and expansion of
the phys-ed department on
the drawing-board, Fulgen-
zi feels "This building has
the potential.
"This neighborhood is here
to stay. It's very tight. And
since it's growing, why can't
we give the residents the
services they want?"

B'nai B'rith Creates
Sports Hall Of Fame

Washington, D.C. — B'nai
B'rith is establishing an
American Jewish "Sports
Hall of Fame" at its B'nai
B'rith Klutznick Museum in
the nation's capital.
Its first honorees will be in-
ducted at a dinner May 16 at
the Grand Hyatt Hotel in
Washington. The inductees
are Mel Allen, Sid Luckman,
Arnold "Red" Auerbach, Abe
Pollin, Al Rosen, Shirley
Povich, Dick Savitt, Dolph
Schayes, Mark Spitz, Sandy
Koufax, Hank Greenberg, Ed-
die Gottlieb and Benny
Leonard. Radio-TV personali-
ty Larry King will host the
event.
The museum is also produc-
ing an exhibit spanning 200
years that will emphasize
Jewish contributions to
sports. The exhibit will in-
clude memorabilia of great
Jewish athletes as well as
audio/visual screenings of
their career highlights.
The exhibit is supervised by
Dr. Harvey Frommer,
biographer of Nolan Ryan,
Tony Dorsett and Red

Holzman, who serves as ex-
ecutive producer. Co-
chairmen of the Hall of Fame
program are Alvin I. Miller
and Lloyd E. Raport. Murray
H. Shusterman is chairman
of B'nai B'rith's museum and
art committee.

Pickup By Roth
Among Highlights

The televised coverage of
Mark Roth's conversion of the
7-10 split in 1980 is among
the highlights of the Pro
Bowlers tour, which began its
30th season Jan. 12 on AC
Sports — the second longest
live sports series on network
telvision, after NCAA
football.
At the recent Bowling
Players Championships in
Taylor, Roth finished 16th
and earned 12,400. Marshall
Holman finished sixth, winn-
ing $5,500.

Who has counted the dust of
Jacob?
—Bible: Numbers, 23:10

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