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May 21, 1993 - Image 82

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-05-21

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B'not Mitzvah
At Adat Shalom

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NEW AT THE JANICE CHARACH EPSTEIN MUSEUM/GALLERY

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Beth Shalom
Donor Luncheon

EXHIBITION AND SALE

MAY

6 - JUNE 17, 1993

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Twenty-one women will have
their bat mitzvah obser-
vances this spring and sum-
mer at Adat Shalom.
Twelve of the women will
read from the Torah and Haf-
torah and participate in the
Shavuot morning services
May 26 and 27. The remain-
ing 11 women will mark their
bat mitzvah observance at
Shabbat services July 31. A
kiddush in honor of the b'not
mitzvah will follow each
service.
Becoming b'not mitzvah
May 26 are: Susan Hershberg
Adelman. Ronna Katzman
Bluford, Frances Grossman,
Sharon Moss Lebovic, Candy
Marcus, Robin Terebelo and
Brenda Weingarten. Partici-
pating in ceremonies May 27
are: Barbara S. Epstein,
Susan Goldenberg Farkas,
Karen Joyce Jirik, Mildred
Pivoz and Debby Vieder.
On July 31 the following
women will become b'not
mitzvah: Sharon Bass, An-
nette S. Greenstein, Arlene
Lubin, Bobbie Miller, Cheri
Selis, Ellen Kachalsky Silber-
man, Meryl Weingarden,
Julie Zaback and Lila Kash
Zorn.

470.

The 37th annual donor lun-
cheon for Beth Shalom's
Sisterhood is set for noon
June 3 at the synagogue.
Nancy Gurwin and Company
will present a musical produc-
tion titled Broadway . . . Then
and Now.
The show, narrated by
Edgar A. Guest III, will take
the audience back to some of
the older Broadway hits —
and continue with melodies
from Evita, Les Miserables
and Phantom.
A mini-boutique will be
held 10:30-11:45 a.m. This is
Sisterhood's major fund-
raiser. For reservations, call
Linda Lublin, 642-7724.

ORT B&P
Hear Review

The Business and Profes-
sional Chapter of Women's
American ORT will meet 1
p.m. May 24 in the home of
Dorothy Zack, 29603 Pine
Ridge Circle, Farmington
Hills.
Sally Jo Levine will review
Shaman by Noah Gordon.
Refreshments will be served.
There is no charge. To re-
spond, call Mrs. Zack,
788-7199.

Shirley Baker

BBW Council
Installs Baker

Shirley Morros Baker will be
installed as president of B'nai
B'rith Women Council of
Metropolitan Detroit at the
47th installation luncheon
noon May 23 at Congregation
B'nai David.
Installing officer will be
Lucille Gersten, East Central
Region chairperson.
Mrs. Baker is a life member
of B'nai B'rith Women, past
president of Detroit B&P/
Pisgah Chapter and was
fund-raising vice president of
BBW Council. She also is a
member of Congregation
B'nai David.
Also being installed are:
vice presidents, Norma Gor-
osh (Morgenthau Chapter),
Barbara Goldsmith (Mor-
genthau Chapter), Elaine
Meyers (Galilee Chapter);
treasurer, Bertha Fisher
(Marshall/Israel Chapter);
and counselor, Libbie Zalenko
(B&P/Pisgah Chapter).
There is a charge. For infor-
mation and reservations, call
Rhea Rowe, 661-1984; or
council office, 356-8811.

B&P-Pisgah
Installation

The Business and Profes-
sional/Pisgah Chapter of
B'nai B'rith Women recently
held an installation of
officers.
Those installed for 1993-94
were: president, Dorothy
Goldberg; vice presidents,
Elaine Grant, Sophie Keller-
man, Laura Cohen, Ann
Klee, Alice Cohen; treasurer,
Shirley Baker; secretaries,
Marion Morgan, Lillian
Bratt, Libbie Zalenko, Esther
Goodman, Etta Wykoff; board
members, Evelyn Anchill,
Lillian Epstein, Ruth Lefton,
Gertrude Levenstein, Sarene
Mazer, Edith Goodman, Tillie
Steinberg.
Installing officer was Sora-
lee Broida; mistress of cere-
monies, Ann Klee.

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