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May 19, 1995 - Image 107

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-05-19

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day, May 29) at the Annual Con-
ference of the Congress of Secular
Jewish Organizations to be held
at Concordia University in River
Forest, Ill., a suburb of Chicago.
This weekend marks the 25th
CSJO Conference, and the 20th
Tenn Conference to be held. JPI
representatives will be Diana
Lieberman, president; Rhonda
Monro, treasurer; Robin Fine,
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leader; Pat Gusman, former pres-
ident; Julie Gales, certified
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rence Kirchmeier; Harold Gales,
founder of CSJO, and his wife,
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man, Noah Monro, Justin
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agogue on May 21, at 1 p.m.
Department of Michigan Aux-
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ceremony for Myra Gross, newly
elected President of the Charles
Shapiro Ladies Auxiliary.
Other post officers being in-
stalled are: senior vice comman-
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responding secretary, Frank
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Penn; corresponding secretary,
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tary, Rita Blase; treasurer, He-
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Davis.
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