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April 05, 1991 - Image 99

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-04-05

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VICTOR U. LINDA (WEINBERGER) MARCHIONE

are relieved and thrilled to announce
the birth of their healthy twin girls,

AVIVA NOLA L SHAYNA KALA

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Born March 12, 1991

Aviva is named in loving memory of her brother Nolan Leonard and Shayna is
named in loving memory of her sister Kala Arielle (twin sister to Nolan).

Proud grandparents are Mrs. Arlene Weinberger of West Bloomfield, Dr. & Mrs.
Kenneth & Sue Weinberger of Troy and Mr. & Mrs. Frank & June Marchione
of Redford. A very special Thank You to all our parents whose love and support
helped carry us through the hardest years of our lives. We love you all so much!

H.

Delighted great grandparents are Mr. & Mrs. George & Anne Waldman of West
Bloomfield, Mrs. Wilma Roberts of Southfield and Mrs. Antoinette Marchione
of Southfield.

A sincere Thank You to Dr. David Magyar. You and your staff showed not only
skill and knowledge but also great compassion that lead up to the miracle concep-
tion of our girls: A very special Thank You to Dr. Federico Mariona and his wonder-
ful staff. Victor and I are eternally grateful to you. Your superior care and exper-
tise brought our beautiful daughters into the world happy and healthy. You also
showed us tremendous support and compassion that helped keep us relatively sane
throughout this pregnancy. We could not have succeeded without you.

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Jon Bruss, Rob Bloomberg and Jeff Covensky display awards.

Shaarey Zedek USY
Convention Awards

Shaarey Zedek USY has
been named Central Region
United . Synagogue Youth
Chapter of the Year for the se-
cond year in a row at the 38th
annual regional convention.
It was the first time ever that
a chapter has won this award
in two consecutive years.
In addition, SZUSY won
seven other awards including
two awards for membership
expansion, one for "Best
ongoing social action pro-
gramming;' "Best ongoing
fund-raising," "Best ongoing
religious education program-

ming" for their weekly
Shabbat services, "Best
social" for their region-wide
dance, and "Best chapter
retreat" for their Field of
Dreams retreat.
The awards were accepted
by SZUSY president
Jonathan Bruss. The Shaarey
Zedek delegation includes Jill
Bruss, Amy Wagner, Ilana
Glazier, Sarah Hazan, Sarah
Meyers, Greg Meyers, Traci
Provizer, Jessica Tam, Debbi
Hortick, Lori Gartenberg and
Jeff Covensky. Adviser is Rob
Bloomberg.

Lastly, we want to thank everyone who showed us strength and support over the
last 3/ years. You will never be forgotten.

Thank You all from the bottom of our hearts,

Linda & Victor Marchione

FOR HEALTHY
BABIES...

SWEET DELIGHTS!

I LOCAL NEWS I

Adat Shalom Synagogue
Plans 2 Lunch Speakers

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Adat Shalom will hold two
lunch and learn programs
11:45 a.m.-1:15 p.m. April 10
and 24.
The April 10 meeting will
feature Alaine Waldshan and
Karen Zalenko, Adat Shalom
USY teen leaders who par-
ticipated in last summer's
USY experience "From
Holocaust to Rebirth: A
Journey from Poland to
Israel." They will speak about
their trip, show slides and
answer questions.
On April 24, Sivan Maas,
Community Sh'lichah, will
discuss "Israel Before, During
and After the Gulf Crisis."
There is a charge. For reser-
vations by April 8, call Rabbi
Spectre's secretary, 851-5100.

Lunch and Learn is spon-
sored by the Synagogue's
Adult Study Commission and
is chaired by Nancy
Handelman.
Susan and Michael Berger,
who emigrated from the
Soviet Union to Detroit 16

years ago, will talk about
their experiences and those of
their family and friends at an
Adat Shalom Synagogue
brunch 10 a.m. April 14.

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The program is sponsored
by the synagogue's Men's
Club. There is no charge; call
the synagogue office,
851-5100, if you plan to
attend.

Kadima
Plans Workshop

Kadima, Jewish Support
Services for Adults with Men-
tal Illness, will sponsor a
workshop on Creative Plann-
ing for the Future 7:30 p.m.
April 10 at Congregation
Beth Achim.
Phyllis Kramer, Secure-
Planning Associates, will con-
duct the workshop geared to
parents of children with
psychiatric disabilities.
There will be no charge. For
reservations, call the Kadima
office, 559-8235.

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