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November 06, 1992 - Image 108

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-11-06

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Announcing

THE BRONFMAN
YOUTH FELLOWSHIPS
IN ISRAEL
1993

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his summer a group of outstand-
ing Jewish teenagers in the
U.S. and Canada, coming from a
variety of secular and synagogue
backgrounds and entering their senior
year of high school, will be recipients
of the Bronfman Youth Fellowships*.
They will spend five fulfilling weeks of study, dialogue and travel in Israel.
The Bronfman Fellows will be selected on the basis of character,
intellectual interests, special talents and leadership qualities. Merit, not
financial need, is the standard of selection for the program. Program
activities begin on July 11, with a return from Israel on August 18. All
meals will be kosher, and Sabbath activities will be in the spirit of the day.
Based in Jerusalem, the Fellows will engage in an intense interaction
with a diverse rabbinic faculty and counselors, representing a wide range of
Jewish perspectives. They will explore Jewish text against the background of
Israel's land, culture and customs ... take part in seminars with some of the
country's most penetrating political and cultural figures ... debate ideas and
search for insights, on the different ways to define oneself as a Jew today, all
in an atmosphere of mutual respect and open dialogue.
The purpose: to return home
For a descriptive brochure and application
with a new understanding of the
form, please call or write at once to:
myriad issues facing the Jewish
people and the Jewish state, and a
THE BRONFMAN YOUTH FELLOWSHIPS IN ISRAEL
new appreciation of the importance
17 Wilbur Street Albany, NY 12202
Telephone: (518) 465-6575
of Jewish unity.

*Fellowships cover all expenses including roundtrip transportation between New York and
Israel, room and board, travel in Israel and incidentals. Completed applications must be
postmarked by February 1, 1993.

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Births

OCT. 26 — Barry and Marcia
(Blair) Fagan of Farmington
Hills are thrilled to announce
the birth of their son, Mat-
thew Robert. Excited big
brother is Jeffrey Ryan. Pro-
ud grandparents are Paula
and Karl Blair of West Bloom-
field and Lois and Rodney
Fagan of Oak Park. Proud
great-grandparents are
Lillian Lichtenstein of Oak
Park, Regina Varrero of
Livonia and Joseph Vogel of
Margate, Fla. Matthew
Robert is named in loving
memory of his paternal great-
grandparents, Max and Ruth
Gavorin.

OCT. 22 — Bob and Shelly
(Pearl) Stoler of Ann Arbor
are happy to announce the
birth of their daughter, Kayla
Lizabeth, sister to Rebecca
Anne. Delighted grand-
parents are Barry and Vera
Pearl of Boca Raton, Fla., and
Bill and Elaine Stoler of Far-
mington Hills. Kayla
Lizabeth is named in loving
memory of her paternal
great-grandparents, Kayla
and Louis Stoler.

OCT 19 — Dr. and Mrs. David
(Ellen Woodhouse) Steinberg
are happy to announce the
birth of their daughter, Mel
Caroline, sister to Samuel.
Delighted grandparents are
Cynthia and Robert Stein-
berg and Milly and Arthur
Woodhouse. The proud great-
grandmothers are Ruth
Malerman and Esther
Steinberg. Mel Caroline is
named in loving memory of
her maternal grandparents,
Carole and Mel Busch.

OCT. 19 — Dr. Michael and
Jackie (Cooper) Epstein of
Arlington Heights, Ill.,
welcome with all their love
the birth of their son, Daniel
Cooper. Grandparents are
George and Rose Cooper and
Joseph and Linda Epstein of
West Bloomfield. Thrilled
great-grandparents are Al
and Rae Epstein of Boca
Raton, Fla.

OCT. 9 — Rick and Sheila
(Kanar) Tyner welcome with
love the birth of their first
daughter, Mallory Brooke.
Proud grandparents are Fay
Kanar, Melvin Kanar, Allen
Tyner and Burt and Rosalie
Gold. Thrilled great-grand-
parents are Henrietta and
Sidney Levine, Sophie Kanar
and Saray Tyner. Mallory
(Bina Marium) is named in
loving memory of her pater-
nal great-grandfather, Ben-
jamin Shifman, and maternal

great-great-grandmother,
Mary Levine Dankner.

OCT. 7 — Sandra (Lowenberg)
and Joey Greenberg of Oak
Park announce the birth of
their son, Don Greenberg,
brother to Yoni. Don is nam-
ed for Joey's father. Grand-
parents are Carol and Martin
Lowenberg of Southfield and
Ruth Greenberg of Riverdale,
N.Y.

OCT. 4 — Sheree and Rick
Green of West Bloomfield are
happy to announce the birth
of their daughter, Lindsay
Cara, sister to Michael Philip.
Excited and delighted grand-
parents are Edith and George
Gantz of Southfield and Fred
and Helen Green of New Port
Richey, Fla. Lindsay is nam-
ed in loving memory of her
maternal great-grandmother,
Yetta Edelman, and paternal
great-grandmother, Celia
Borlack.

OCT. 2 — Paul and Cheryl
(Dulberg) Darmon of Farm-
ington Hills welcome with all
their love the birth of their
son, Zachary Jared. The pro-
ud grandparents are Sheldon
and Florence Dulberg and
William and Suzy Darmon,
all of Southfield. Proud great-
grandmother is Sarah Mi-
mouni of Israel. Zachary's
Hebrew name is Yosef
Zachariah. He is named in
loving memory of his beloved
maternal great-grandfather,
Jack Dulberg.

SEPT. 30 — David and Ron-
na (Perlman) Schmerin
welcome with love the birth of
their daughter, Amanda
Jane. The proud grand-
parents are Elaine and Stuart
Perlman and Denise E.
Schmerin. Amanda also is
the granddaughter of the late
Donald Schmerin. Sharing in
the joy are great-grand-
mothers, Doris Stone, Edith
E. Marwil and Ruth
Schmerin. Amanda Jane is
named in loving memory of
her paternal grandfather,
Donald Schmerin, and pater-
nal aunt, Jennifer Schmerin.

SEPT. 30 — Brian and Louise
(Marshall) Hacker of West
Bloomfield joyfully announce
the birth of their son, Daniel
Isaac. Delighted grand-
parents are Thelma and Mar-
tin Marshall of Margate, N.J.,
and Gladys and Bill Hacker of
Redford. Proud great-grand-
father is Alexander Weiss of
West Bloomfield. Daniel Isaac
is named in loving memory of

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