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May 21, 1993 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-05-21

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s the academic year
draws to a close, two
of Detroit's Jewish
educators will com-
plete their tenures.
Dottie Dressler, a former
associate for Jewish
Experiences For Families
(JEFF), has relocated to
Sacramento, Calif. Her hus-
band received a job opportu-
nity on the West Coast.
Ms. Dressler will pursue a
career in Jewish education.
She has been replaced by
Julia Greenblatt. Ms.
Greenblatt holds a degree in
art education and has
worked with JEFF on sever-
al projects.
Following two years of
service as education director
for Temple Beth El, Rabbi
Barry Diamond will be
heading south in June.
Rabbi Diamond has
accepted a similar position
with Temple Emanu-El in
Dallas. It is the third largest
congregation in the country.
"This was an excellent
opportunity for me," Rabbi
Diamond said. "Plus, it's
closer to home (southern
California)."

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According to Herb
Kaufman, Temple Beth El
president, a search has
already begun for a new
education director.
"Barry was outstanding in
his position," Mr. Kaufman
said. "We did what we could
to try and retain him. He
was a real asset here and
will be to his new congrega-
tion."
Both Rabbi Diamond and
Ms. Dressler served on the
Consortium on Jewish
Education, a recently devel-
oped group of educators,
professionals and lay lead-
ers reporting to the Agency
for Jewish Education.
AJE Executive Director
Howard Gelberd said he is
sad to see Ms. Dressler and
Rabbi Diamond leave, but
says the consortium will
proceed.
"This is a loss to the com-
munity — Dottie and her
work with family education
and Barry as both an educa-
tor and a liaison," Mr.
Gelberd said. "Both individ-
uals will be replaced and we
will continue to move for-
ward." D

Edgar Scribner

Edgar A. Scribner, presi-
dent of Metropolitan
Detroit AFL-CIO, will be
honored by Jewish
National Fund at dinner
June 14 at Adat Shalom

Synagogue.
Mr. Scribner will receive
JNF's highest honor, the
Tree of Life Award, given
in recognition of profes-
sional and humanitarian
leadership The award is
presented in recognition of
outstanding community
involvement, dedication to
the cause of American-
Israeli friendship and
devotion to peace and the
security of human life.
The Edgar A. Scribner
Afforestation Project will
be established in the
American Independence
Park in Israel. The park,
established on the bicen-
tennial of the United
States of America, is a tes-
timonial to the friendship
between the United States
and Israel.
For information, call
JNF, 557-6644.

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