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May 13, 1994 - Image 108

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-05-13

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Kinder Camp
Set At Butzel

Aiwa/ Meeting ghd
fleet/NI of Officers

Thesday, May 3/ 994
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Collgregation Obaarey Zedek
27375 Bell Koad
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There is no charge.
A sign language interpreter will be provided.

TWENTY FIVE YEARS

...and the dream goes on

A Jewish Association for Residential Care
for persons with developmental disabilities
(810) 352-5272 v/tty

1994-1995 Slate of Officers and Directors

Vice Presidents

Barbara Nusbaum
I. William Cohen
Nancy Grosfeld
H. James Zack

Secretary

Ellen Labes

Treasurer

Rob Kaplow

THE D E TR O IT J EWIS H NE WS

President

108

Nominated for an additional three-year term
(expiring 1997)
Debbie Fishman
Natalie Charach
Nancy Grosfeld
I. William Cohen
David R. Victor
Sandra Dembs

Nominated for a first three-year term (expiring 1997)
Stephanie Jacobson
Nora Barron
Marty Levinson, M.D.
Sondra Berlin
Eugene Mondry
Gary L. Gilbert
Jay Richman, D.D.S.
Dayna Glantz
Steve Schanes
Ed Hersch
Nancy Jacobson

The Fresh Air Societyframarack
Camps will offer a third Bubbie-
Zayde and Kinder Camp at
Butzel Conference Center July
29-31. The weekend program is
intended for grandparents and
their grandchildren ages 3-11.
Counselors are in charge of the
activities and will provide child
care in the evenings. The food ser-
vice is glatt kosher.
Call Tamarack Camps, 661-
0600, for brochure and applica-
tion.

SZ Seminar
Hosts Weiner

Out-going Jewish Community
Council President Jeannie Wein-
er will be honored at Congrega-
tion Shaarey Zedek's Men's Club
Sunday Morning Breakfast Sem-
inar 9:30 a.m. May 22. Ms. Wein-
er will reflect on her tenure as
JCCL's president and discuss the
workings of the community rela-
tions organization. The Shaarey
Zedek Sisterhood will co-host the
seminar. There is no charge. For
reservations, call the synagogue,
357-5544.

Elections
By JWV

The Department of Michigan
Jewish War Veterans and Ladies
Auxiliary recently held election
of officers. Martha Hauptman
was reelected president and the
three vice presidents are Myra
Gross. Rosalyn Liner and Rubin
Zissman; treasurer is Shirlee
Marshall.
Trustees for a three-year term
are David Dickman, Nathalie
Keller, Irving Marshall and
Elaine Zeron; for the two-year
term, trustees for Bernard Feld-
man and Florence Weber.

Young Adults
Attend Play

The Young Adult Division of the
Jewish Federation of Metropoli-
tan Detroit will host a gathering
for young adults at the 8 p.m.
May 25 performance of Beau Jest
by the Jewish Ensemble Theater.
The performance, which is at
the DeRoy Theater of the
Maple/Drake Jewish Community
Center, will be preceded at 7 p.m.
by a reception in the JCC's Allan
Lounge.
There will be no solicitation of
Campaign gifts.
For reservations, call Jenifer
Adler, 642-4260.

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