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June 16, 1995 - Image 60

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-06-16

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Jewelry • gi'ts • Furnishings
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B'nai B'rith Women's Mitzvah
Chapter recently held its annu-
al installation dinner. The 1995-
96 officers are: Lisa Redmond -
adviser; Wendy Brickner, Ran-
di brown, Bonnie Pollack - sec-
retaries; Fran Rosenblum -
treasurer; Janice Schaefer, Julie
Harris, Debbie Cohen - vice pres-
idents; Robin Beth Lash - pres-
ident.
To receive information about
the chapter, call Julie Harris,
489-9680; or Robin Lash, 788-
2503.

Child Rescue
Elections Held

Northwest Child Rescue
Women's election of officers for
1995-96 were held recently.
Elected were: president - Helen
Rice; vice president - Ruth
Letvin; treasurer - Edith Pam;
secretaries - Tillie Sherman,
Ruth Yost, Hannah Forman, Ceil
Goodman, Faye Lafer, Margaret
Schwartz and Nancy Kolar.

Dimona Honors
New Officers

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CERAMIC TILE SALES

Mitzvah Chapter
Holds Installation

Hours:
Mon., Tues. and Thurs. 8:30-5
Wed. and Fri. 8:30-8
Sat. 9-5

Dimona Chapter of Na'amat/
USA will honoring its new offi-
cers at a luncheon on Tuesday,
June 20, at noon at Key Largo
Restaurant.
Evelyn Noveck, co-president
of the greater Detroit Council of
Na'amat, will be the speaker in-
stalling officer.Call Marge
Bialkin, (810) 559-2044, for in-
formation.

ty for the UJA's regional confer-
ence.
Mrs. Crane has served on
many Jewish Federation com-
mittees and is active in its Young
Adult and Business and Profes-
sional Women's divisions. She is
also a chairperson of the Young
Women's Leadership Cabinet of
United Jewish Appeal and is the
founding treasurer of the Detroit
Business Initiative that teaches
business skills to the inner-city
youth.
Mr. Mondry and Mrs. Crane
are to be honored at a Jewish
Federation Board of Governors
reception in the fall.
Mrs. Groskind will receive the
Mark Family Award for her com-
mitment to and leadership of the
Jewish Federation's Young Adult
Division and Allied Jewish Cam-
paign. The award will be pre-
sented at the Young Adult
Division annual meeting June
19 at the Townsend Hotel in
Birmingham.
Mrs. Groskind has served in
numerous leadership positions
for YAD and is the division's past
president. She also is active with
Jewish Vocational Service and
Volunteer Impact, an organiza-
tion which she helped establish.
The award comes with a grant
to enable Mrs. Groskind to at-
tend the bi-annual United Jew-
ish Appeal Young Leadership
Conference in Washington, D.C.

Young Adults
Install Board

Three To Receive
Federation Awards

Mitchell A. Mondry, Stacey A.
Crane and Elizabeth Kanter
Groskind have been selected re-
cipients of the three 1995 young
leadership awards of the Jewish
Federation of Metropolitan De-
troit.
Mr. Mondry has been named
recipient of the Frank A. Wets-
man Leadership Award and
Stacey A. Crane the Sylvia Si-
mon Greenberg Award, each
honoring a young adult who has
consistently given outstanding
service to the Jewish Federation,
its constituent agencies and the
Allied Jewish Campaign.
Mr. Mondry has served on
many committees of the Jewish
Federation and its Young Adult
Division. He also is a member of
the United Jewish Appeal Young
Leadership Cabinet. In this po-
sition, he helped recruit the
largest group of young adults
from outside the host communi-

Scott Eisenberg

Scott A. Eisenberg has been
nominated as president of the
Jewish Federation's Young Adult
Division, which will hold its 57th
annual meeting at 6:30 p.m.
June 19, at the Townsend Hotel
in Birmingham.
The installation and election
of officers and board members
will take place at the annual
meeting.
Outgoing YAD President
Suzan Folbe Curhan will be
nominated to serve as chairper-
son of the executive committee.
Joshua Mondry, Beth Kroft

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