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June 26, 1992 - Image 61

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-06-26

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RESETTLEMENT SERVICE

EXIPA, I\1 1E, I IV GI OUR SCOPE OF SERVICES

A NEW PRESIDENT AT JFS

Our new Jewish Family Service Presi-
dent, Janice Shatzman was elected into,,
office at the joint Annual Installation
Meeting on June 4, 1992. A partner in the
accounting firm of KPMG Peat Marwick,
Mrs. Shatzman has been active on the
Jewish Family Service Board of Directors
and committees for over nine years, most
recently serving as Vice-President and
Chairman of the Clinical Services Com-
mittee. She has just completed her term
as President of The Orchards Children's
Services and was a former Chairman of
the Michigan State Board of Accounting.
In her spare time, she pursued her Jewish
education through the study of hebrew
and recently celebrated her Bat Mitzvah
and she enjoys playing the piano.
In her inaugural address Mrs. Shatzman
mentioned the many positive experiences
she has had in her involvement with the
agency over the years. "At Jewish Family




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Janice Shatzman, J.F.S. president, delivers
Inaugural adress at the recent annual
installation wetting.

Service, Board members and volunteers
really can make a difference. They have
the opportunity to provide real input into
the development of policies and the
creation of new programs and services to
benefit the community. They become the
strongest advocates and one of the most
effective marketing tools that we have."
she said.
She cautioned that the major challenge
facing the agency is the issue of scarce
resources. The board must continue to
pursue endowments and the staff will
need to seek grants and foundation
support to fund programs previously
supported through Federation and United
Way dollars. The most important
priorities for the agency must include the
continuation of the Family Violence
Prevention Program, accessibility to
services through the West Bloomfield
Branch office and the provision of other

concrete services for people at risk.
She noted that despite the many
excellent programs which the agency
offers, there continue to be gaps in
services, which scarce resources will not
permit us to fill. Among these are
substance abuse prevention programs
specifically aimed at the Jewish commu-
nity. She expressed the hope that this
issue could be addressed during her term
of office.
A name fund has been established by
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Benaderet, in honor of
their daughter Janice's election to the
Presidency. In keeping with the wishes
of the family, the Shatzman/Benaderet
Family Fund will benefit a specific
Jewish Family Service Program.
Mrs. Shatzman and her husband Jerald
live in West Bloomfield and are the
proud parents of two daughters, Jessica
and Amanda.

MEET THE NEW JEWISH FAMILY SERVICE AND
RESETTLEMENT SERVICE BOARD MEMBERS

HAROLD ISRAEL AND SUSAN ULANOFF NAMED
VOLUNTEERS OF THE YEAR.

Jewish Family Service and Resettle-
ment Service recently conducted their
joint Annual Installation Meeting on
June 4, 1992.
Michael Horowitz, M.Jeffrey Maisels,
M.D., and Kathleen Wilson-Fink were
appointed to the Jewish Family Service
Board for a first three-year term.

Jewish Family Service and Resettle-
ment Service announced their Volun-
teers of the Year at the recent joint
Annual Installation Meeting. The
Volunteer Services Committee, chaired
by Aileen Kleinman made the final
selection from the many dedicated
volunteers active in the two agencies.
Harold Israel was named Jewish
Family Service Volunteer of the Year.
Since April 1990, Harold has volun-
teered four full day a week as a driver
for the transportation department. He
helps to transport clients wherever they
need to go, from the physician's office
to the grocery store. Clients can count
on Harold for more than a ride, he is
patient, kind and understanding.
Susan Ulanoff was named Volunteer
of the Year for Resettlement Service.
Susan began working at Resettlement
Service in January 1991 as a tutor for a
new Jewish American child who
needed help with her studies. Susan
enjoyed volunteering so much, that she
increased her responsibilities and
created the position of Donation
Liaison for the warehouse. Susan
works three mornings a week schedul-
ing pick-ups of furniture donations and
handling any delivery problems. Her
hard work and strong organizational
skills have helped to manage the
donations more efficiently.

Isaac Lakritz, Mark Landau, Rhonda
Dean Pad, Roman Schlafer D.D.S. and
Ilene Techner were appointed to the
Resettlement Service Board for a first
three-year term.
We welcome these new board mem-
bers to both agencies and wish them all a
long and rewarding association with us.

JEWISH FAMILY SERVICE INTRODUCES NEW BOARD MEMBERS

KATHLEEN
WILSON-FINK

M. JEFFREY
MAISELS, M.D.

MICHAEL
HOROWITZ

RESETTLEMENT SERVICE INTRODUCES NEW BOARD MEMBERS

RHONDA
DEAN-PAD

ISAAC
LAKRITZ
ILENE
TECHNER
Not Photographed:

MARK
ROMAN
SCHLAFER, D.D.S. LANDAU

PICTURED ABOVE: Harold Israel accepts
J.F.S. volunteer of the year award from
Janice Shatznzan, J.F.S. Present.

PICTURED ABOVE: Susan Ulanoff

accepts R.S. Volunteer ofthe year award from
Marcy Feldman, Resettlement Service
President.

Mazel tov to you both!
Jewish Family Service and Resettle-
ment Service are very fortunate to have
so many wonderful volunteers. If you
are interested in becoming a volunteer,
please call the Volunteer Services
Department at 559-4045 .

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