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May 31, 1991 - Image 98

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-05-31

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LOCAL NEWS

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Young Adult Division
Election, Installation

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David Victor has been
nominated as president of the
Jewish Welfare Federation's
Young Adult Division, whose
53rd annual meeting will
take place 7:30 p.m. June 25
at Tam O'Shanter Country
Club.
In addition to the election
and installation of officers
and board members, the even-
ing's program will be an up-
date on YAD by outgoing
president Brian Kepes and a
night of reggae dancing to the
music of the Tropical
Connection.
Mr. Kepes has been
nominated as chairman of the
executive committee.
Elizabeth Kanter, Pamela
Lippitt and Hannan Lis are
nominees for vice-president.
Nathan Upfal has been
nominated for the post of
secretary.
Nominated to serve on the
executive committee as
members-at-large were:
James Bellinson, Richard
Blumenstein, Richard Broder,
Beth Cohen, Suzan Curhan,
Laurie Frankel, Ronald
Klein, Mitchell Mondry and
Jeffrey Sternberg.
Nominated to the board of
directors for an additional
one-year term were: Tali
Arbel, Jim Berger, Hadas

Bernard, Gilbert Borman,
Keith Braun, David Colburn,
Robert Colburn, Scott
Eisenberg, Stacy Gordon,
Nathan Leader, Robert Mat-
tler, Deborah Mazer, William
Mazer III, Steven Perlman,
Richard Radner, Stuart Sherr,
Robin Sternberg and Wendy
Stone.
Lisa Broder, Jonathan
Frank, Suzanne Gildenberg,
Andrew Goldberg, Ronald
Hodess, Rachel Kamerman,
Jerome Kanter, Lisa Kirsch,
Dr. Mitchell Milan, Ellen
Schlussel, Robert Stone and
Lawrence Tisdale have been
nominated to the board for a
first term.
Further nominations to the
board may be made by peti-
tion of 25 members of the
Young Adult Division and fil-
ed 10 days prior to the annual
meeting.
Robert Colburn and Deb-
orah Mazer are chairmen of
the event.
An hors d'oeuvres reception
will follow the meeting and
there will be a cash bar. Con-
tributors to the 1991 Allied
Jewish Campaign are eligible
to attend; there is a charge.
For reservations by June 15
call Shelley Milin, 965-3939,
Ext. 161.

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The Auxiliary Jewish Home
for Aged will present its
1991-1992 officers and new
board members at its 66th an-
nual installation luncheon
noon June 6 at Adat Shalom
Synagogue. The afternoon
highlights the auxiliary's
"Stars of Mitzvah" — its
volunteers and members.
A musical program will be
presented by cantorial soloist
Marci Shulman and pianist
Zina Shaykhet. Ms. Shulman
will present diverse selections
including liturgy, Broadway
tunes and light opera. Ms.
Shaykhet is the organist and
musical director at Temple
Israel.
Pearlena Bodzin will be in-
stalled as president. Others
accepting office are: vice
presidents, Hannah Moss,
Anna Mickel, Agi Alpert,
Barbara Moehlman, Mary
Tarnow, Kathleen Wilson-
Fink, Gail Mandel;
parliamentarian,
Geri
Margolis;
financial
secretaries, Sharon Berry,
Carol Metzger, Geraldine

Marci Shulman

Sloan; recording secretaries,
Carolyn Marks, Amy Berke;
treasurer Tillie Schlager. In-
stalling officer will be Geri
Margolis.
There is a charge. For reser-
vations and information call
the auxiliary office, 532-7112,
Ext. 226; or Kathleen Fink,
258-6709.

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