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May 21, 1993 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-05-21

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The ninth annual Fund for
Reform Judaism Dinner,
sponsored by the Metro-
politan Detroit Federation
of Reform Synagogues, will
be held June 10 at Temple
Emanu-El.
In addition to raising
funds for the Reform move-
ment nationally and locally,
it also is the occasion when
members of the Detroit area
Reform congregations will
be honored.
This year's honorees are:
Lucy and Richard Gersten,
Temple Beth El; Lloyd
Strausz, Temple Emanu-El;
Judith and Martin Miller,
Temple Israel; Shirley and
Harold Rosenberg, Temple
Kol Ami; MarySue Munter,
Temple Shir Shalom;
JoAnne Levy, Congregation
Shir Tikvah.
The Metropolitan Detroit
Federation of Reform Syna-
gogues includes Temple
Beth El, Temple Beth Isaac
in Trenton, Temple Emanu-
El, Temple Israel, Temple
Kol Ami, Temple Shir
Shalom and Congregation
Shir Tikvah.
A member of the Temple
Beth El board of trustees
and a past temple officer,
Lucy Gersten sits on the
Music, Ways and Means
and Ritual and Worship
committees. She serves as
well on the Sisterhood
board. She is chair of the
leadership planning and
development committee of
B'nai B'rith Women's
Council Metropolitan
Detroit.

Richard Gersten's a past
Brotherhood president. He
is an active member of the
Brotherhood Cuisine Com-
mittee. The chair of TBE's
Ritual and Worship Com-
mittee, Richard serves on
the Usher Corps and is a
Glazer Institute volunteer.
He is a past member of the
Religious School and the-
Music and Auction commit-
tees.
Judy Miller is the
chairwoman of the Religious
School Committee and
serves on the board of
trustees, the Ritual
Committee and the

The June 10
dinner will raise
funds for the
Reform movement,
locally and
nationally.

Leadership Development
Committee.
Martin Miller is a mem-
ber of Centennial Lodge of
B'nai B'rith and an attorney
with offices in Detroit.
Shirley Rosenberg is a
volunteer in the Farmington
Hills Police Department.
She helps with Temple Kol
Ami mailings and volun-
teers a the temple office.
She is on the Membership
Committee of the temple, is
Sisterhood membership co-
chairwoman and board

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