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May 15, 1992 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-05-15

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LOCAL NEWS

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The Midrasha — College of
Jewish Studies and Con-
gregation Beth Abraham
Hillel Moses will co-sponsor
the annual Lag B'Omer event
7:30 p.m. May 20 at the
synagogue. The topic to be
discussed is titled, "Person to
Person: According to Jewish
Law."
Rabbi Mark Cohn, director,
Central East Region, Na-
tional Conference of Syna-
gogue Youth, will discuss
"Character Assassination
and Loshon flora"; Jerome
Kaufman, instructor, Corn-
munity Jewish High School,
will explore "Why Be Good?
The Challenge to Youth"; and
Gidon Elad, associate direc-
tor, American Zionist Youth
Foundation, will cover "Israel
— The Jewish Pressure
Cooker."
Honored at this event will
be recipients of The Jewish
News Mitzvah Heroes Award
and past recipients of United
Way Heart of Gold Award.
They include Pearlena Bod-
zin, Bessie Chase, Dorothy
Goldberg, Fay Isackson, Mr.
Neil Kalef, Dorothy Kauf-
man, Jeff Lazar, Linda Lee,
Barbara Nusbaum, Brian
and David Ostreicher, Mr.
Chuck Pearlstein, Rae Sharf-
man, Ms.Rose Lynn Schlussel
and Hope Silverman.
Also honored will be Rabbi
A. Irving Schnipper of Con-
gregation Beth Abraham
Hillel Moses for his work with
community hunger projects.
There is no charge. For in-
formation, call the Midrasha
office, 352-7117; or Congrega-
tion Beth Abraham Hillel
Moses, 851-6880.

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Lag B'Omer Event
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volunteers to participate in
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Jewish Federation Business
and Professional Women's
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will be at Yad Ezra kosher
food bank, 11:45 a.m.-2 p.m.
May 17.
The next opportunity to
volunteer will be May 31,
when participants will visit
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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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