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May 06, 1994 - Image 120

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-05-06

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Ladies Plan
Election Night

The Ladies of Oak Park will have
a dinner meeting 7 p.m. May 11
at Horn of Plenty. Call Vickie
Turner, 352-3113, for reserva-
tions.
Election of officers will be held.

ous,

Women's Division
Hosts Poupko

"The Ties That Bind" the Jewish
community together will be the
keynote address of the Jewish
Federation of Metropolitan De-
troit Women's Division 48th an-
nual meeting May 25. The 11
a.m. program, which will be held
at Congregation Beth Achim, will
feature Arna Poupko, who heads
the Department of Living Ju-
daism at the Jewish Education
Council of Montreal and serves
as Judaic consultant to the Mon-
treal Federation.
Ms. Poupko chairs the Educa-
tion Initiatives Committee of the
Montreal Federation Combined
Jewish Appeal, where she devel-
ops programs to enhance the
community's level of Jewish
awareness.
A docrotal candidate in Jewish
studies at McGill University, Ms.
Poupko lectures throughout the
United States and Canada and
serves communal institutions
across North America.
Penny Blumenstein has been
nominated for a second term as
president of the Women's Divi-
sion.
Coffee and registration are at
11. am., and the program at 11:30
a.m. Lunch will be served; there
is a fee. Babysitting will be avail-
able upon request. A sign lan-
guage interpreter also will be
available.
For information and reserva-
tions by May 11, call Sandra Jaf-
fa, 642-4260.

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Horodoker
Meeting

T HE D E TR O I T J E WIS H- NE WS

A meeting of the David-Horodok-
er Women's Orgization will be
held noon May 10, at Lincoln
Towers clubroom, Oak Park.

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Beth El Women
Install Officers

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810-851-8685

The sisterhood of Temple Beth El
will honor its outgoing officers
and install the 1994-95 slate at a
luncheon May 23 at 11:45 a.m. at
the Temple.
Folksinger Judy Goldstein will
entertain at the lunch which will
follow the installation. The event
is open to sisterhood members
and guests. Reservations are nec-
essary and there is a charge.
For information and reserva-
tion, call Elaine Schonberger,
932-0759.

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