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The Auxiliary-Jewish Home for
Aged recently held its annual in-
The outgoing president is Han-
nah Moss, and the newly installed
president is Joanne Zuroff. The
following board members were in-
stalled: executive board: Larry
Slutsky, Anna Mickel, Linda
Weiss, Sheri Traison-Devries,
Gail Mandel, Geri Margolis,
Sharon Berry, Carol Metzger, Ro-
saine Gilson, Agi Alpert, Amy
Berke, Rochelle Elson.
The board of directors is Car-
ole Aaron, Florence Aaron, Mar-
ilyn Ash, Ella Baker, Sara
Berlin, Pearl Bez, Barbara Bock-
off, Dorothy Bodzin, Pearlena
Bodzin, Bea Breiner, Marci Can-
vasser, Ethel Cohen, Molly Dia-
mond, Kathleen Willson Fink,
Sharon Fleischman, Sherry
Goren, Sheryl Krohner, Beverly
Laker, Frieda Langnas.
Also, Sheila Guyer, Millie Ko-
van, Shirley Lerner, Bella Lesch,
Andrea Margolis-Stillman, Mar-
ilyn Markel, Barbara Moehlman,
Ilene Nemer, Rose Patrick,
Suzanne Pevos, Muriel Robbins,
Fannie Robinson, Dorothy
Rosenberg, Nettie Rubinstein,
Elaine Sabbota, Rose Lynn
Schlussel, Marci Tanzman, Mary
Tarnow, Dorothy Tendler, Ron-
nie Tischler-Robinson, Bonnie
Torgow, and Cheryl Zuroff.
A 50-year legacy of giving to the
Jewish Federation's Allied Jew-
ish Campaign will be honored at
the first Legacy Dinner of the
Quarter Century Club June 27
at Adat Shalom Synagogue.
The Quarter Century Club was
created to honor those who have
given consistently to the Cam-
paign for 25 years or more. More
than 400 of the 2,500 members of
the Quarter Century Club are 50-
year donors to th4e Campaign.
Members of the club are en-
couraged to bring their families
and friends to the dinner that
will feature a video of rare
archival footage that remembers
the people and places of the old
Detroit Jewish community.
The dinner is made possible
through the support of the Unit-
ed Jewish Foundation and NBD
Bank. Herbert Kaufman and
Jessie Stern are chairman of the
Children and grandchildren
age 13 and over will be welcome
to join the festivities for a fee.
Reservations are required by
For details on the Quarter
Century Club or the dinner, call
Helen Atkinson at the Jewish
Federation, (810) 642-4260.
The Yiddish Culture Club will
meet Thursday, June 8, at 12:30
p.m. at Jimmy Prentice Morris
Jewish Community Center.
Adult Art Classes are held
every Monday, Wednesday, and
Friday from 9 a.m. to noon by
Harriet Gelfond. This is a be-
ginning class using various me-
dia. There is a charge which
includes art supplies. Purchase
tickets at the JPM desk.
Evening Drop In Bridge is
held the first, third, and fifth
Thursdays of every month at 7
p.m. at JPM. Individuals at all
skill levels are invited to partic-
ipate. Supplies are provided and
light refreshments are served.
There is a fee.
The Maple-Drake Jewish Com-
munity Center will host the fol-
lowing events. On Monday,June
12, at 10 a.m., a member of the
editorial staff of Metro Parent
Magazine will give tips on how
to make traveling with a baby
easier and enjoyable. members:
$1.50; non-members: $2.50;
Health Club members: free.
On Wednesday, June 14, as
part of the ongoing lunch and
learn series, Imam Muneer Fa-
reed of the Islamic Association
of Greater Detroit will conclude
the spring series with a discus-
sion on Islam & its Relationship
to Judaism & Christianity."
Lunch is at noon; lecture, 12:30
p.m. Brown bag a kosher lunch
or purchase one in the cafeteria;
Coffee and tea will be provided
Members: $1.50; non-members:
$2.50; Health Club members:
A Butzel Vacation will be of-
fered from July 17 to 23, includ-
ing three meals daily, exercise
classes, boating and canoeing,
swimming, dance classes and
more. Members: 8370 pp double;
non-member: $445 pp double;
round-trip transportation $30.
For brochures and informa-
tion, call Lorrain Morris, 661-
Detroit Auxiliary of Alpha
Omega will have its first gener-
al board meeting on Tuesday,
June 6, at noon at the home of
Elizabeth Watnick. Hostesses
are Barbara Friedman, Joyce
Miller, Stella Morof, Rhoda
Rosin, Ruth Talmer and Cheri
To respond, call Ruth Talmer,