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January 28, 1994 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-01-28

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Services for Aging, providing
support to facility administra-
tors and staff of 13 skilled nurs-
ing facilities.
Her responsibilities with
JHA include preparing Prentis
Manor for an upcoming state

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Parr will be in charge of the
two skilled nursing facilities,
Borman and Prentis. She
and Lucy Miller, director of
Fleischman Residence, will
report directly to the JHA
Ms. Parr comes from the
Greenery Health Care Center
in Howell, where she was re-
sponsibll for the operation of a
182-bed skilled rehabilitation
facility with complex care ser-
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Borman Hall likely will be
her biggest challenge. The JHA
board will announce the defini-
tive fate of the Detroit facility
in late March. Board members
and Federation officials say
there is little to no likelihood
Borman will stay open. They
insist, however, its residents
will be safely relocated to
one or more nursing homes.
Ms. Parr will be part of that
'We'll probably be in Borman
at least until the end of the year
and we still have Prentis," Mr.
Naftaly said. "(Ms. Parr) un-
derstands it's going to be a chal-
lenge. This is part of what she
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phonathon. On Sunday
evening, a roomful of young
adults showed up to place calls
as well.
Norman Katz, who chairs
the Campaign with Florine
Mark Ross, anticipated a chal-
lenge when he volunteered for
the job.
On the one hand, he expect-
ed this year to bring increased
revenues due to community-
building events like the
Michigan Miracle Mission last
spring. On the other hand, he
worried that revenues might di-
minish somewhat because the
1994 Campaign includes no
Challenge Fund, a special in-
centive program that added
more than $500,000 to last
year's total.
Mr. Katz attributes the re-
cent increase to a slightly bet-
ter economy and a lot of
one-on-one contact with con-

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to make, I try to call the
person and make an appoint-
ment. I ask the (contributor)
to talk about the community
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Mr. Katz reports that
pledges, on average, have in-
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cent over last year.
Federation officials say it
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revenue will top last year's
Campaign total, $26.95 mil-
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