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July 09, 1993 - Image 94

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-07-09

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Hadassah Will Host
Author Wm. Kienzle

The Henrietta Szold Group of
Hadassah will hold a summer
luncheon noon July 22 at
Tam-O-Shanter Country
Club. The speaker will be
author William X. Kienzle,
who will speak on "Mother
Dresses Me Funny: the Book
I Didn't Write."
Mr. Kienzle was ordained to
the priesthood in 1954 and
spent 20 years as a parish
priest. After leaving the
priesthood, he became editor
of MPLS magazine in Min-
neapolis and later was direc-
tor of the Center for Con-
templative Studies at the
University of Dallas. Mr.
Kienzle lives in the Detroit
area.
For reservations by July 16,

William Kienzle

call the Hadassah office,
683-5030 or 357-2920. There
is a charge.

Na'amat Will Honor I
Three Local Women

Na'amat USA, Greater De-
troit Council, will grant Cele-
bration of Women awards to
three community leaders at
its Spiritual Adoption Lunch-
eon noon July 29 at Adat
Shalom Synagogue. Honored
at the annual event will be
Cheryl Chodun, Charlotte
Edelheit and Frieda S.
Leemon.
Cheryl Chodun was named
reporter at WXYZ-TV Chan-
nel 7 in 1988. Ms. Chodun has
won two Emmys — one for a
breaking news story and the
other for general excellence
in news reporting.
Frieda S. Leemon is a past
national president of Na'amat
USA, having served from
1977 to 1981. Mrs. Leemon
served as president of Dimona
Chapter before being elected
to the presidency of the
Detroit Council. Mrs. Leemon
was recently elected a vice
president in the Na'amat
World Movement.
Charlotte Edelheit is the
immediate past president of
the league of Jewish Women's
Organizations of Greater
Detroit. Mrs. Edelheit has
served in many capacities in
the B'nai B'rith Women's
Council of Metropolitan
Detroit and is past chairman
of the B'nai B'rith Youth
Organization, Michigan
Regional Board.
The Spiritual Adoption
Luncheon is held annually to
benefit the disadvantaged
children of Israel in the

day/night homes of Na'amat
Israel. Referred by the Social
Welfare Ministry, these
children have been orphaned,
abandoned or abused.
Entertainment will be pro-
vided by vocalist Elaine
Greenberg, who will be ac-
companied by Zina Shaykhet.
For information, call
Na'amat, 967-4750. A mini-
mum contribution is required
for attendance in addition to
the price of the luncheon.
Reservations must be made
by July 22.

Heatlh Spa
Set For August

The Jewish Community Cen-
ter/Butzel Summer Health
Spa for Women will be offered
Aug. 6-8 at Butzel Conference
Center in northern Oakland
county. The spa program
features a variety of fitness
classes, outdoor recreational
activities, including tennis
and horseback riding, and low
fat, high fiber cuisine.
The speaker will be Dr.
Lawrence Power, a professor
of medicine, internist, en-
docrinologist and food and
fitness writer. Carol Wolfe,
director of the Women's
Health Club of the JCC, will
be assisted by aerobics staff
Paula Shapiro, Terri Kovan
and others. Shelly Jackier
will lead Israeli dancing.
Call the Health Club,
661-0600, for information.

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