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June 30, 1995 - Image 54

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-06-30

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ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
JEWISH FEDERATION
OF METROPOLITAN DETROIT

This week's achievers in sports

Notice is hereby given that the Annual Meeting of the JEWISH FED-
ERATION OF METROPOLITAN DETROIT will take place on Monday,
October 2, 1995, at Adat Shalom Synagogue, Farmington Hills, MI.

The following individuals have been appointed by President David K.
Page to serve on the 1995 Nominating Committee:

Conrad L. Giles, M.D.
Chairman

CAROL COHEN SPECIAL TO THE JEWISH NEWS PHOTOS BY BILL GEMMELL

Senior Division

NAME: Sheldon Greenberg

DEED: Greenberg, 66, a retired en-
gineer and Farmington Hills res-
ident, hit his first ever hole-in-one
on Tuesday, June 13, at Franklin
Hills Country Club in Farming-
ton Hills.

ther play on several local men's
teams. Friedman's outstanding
skills and performance have
earned her high praise and recog-
nition. In addition to her MVP
award, she was named All League
catcher, first team by the Oakland
Activities Association. Friedman,
who is looking forward to being

Mitchell A. Mondry
Joel D. Tauber

Paul D. Borman
Lauren K. Liss

Petition Candidates: Other persons may be nominated by petition
signed by not less than one hundred (100) members of the Federation
and filed with the Executive Vice President not less than forty-five
days prior to the date of the annual meeting. Only one person may be
nominated in each petition, and no nomination shall be valid unless
the nominee shall have consented to be a candidate in writing either
in the petition or in a separate written document filed with the Execu-
tive Vice President not less than forty-five days prior to the date of the
annual meeting.

JEWISH FEDERATION OF METROPOLITAN DETROIT
Robert P Aronson, Executive Vice-President
P.O. Box 2030
Bloomfield Hills Ml 48303-2030

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THE SKINNY: Greenberg, a guest on
the course, has been an avid
golfer for more than 25 years. He
accomplished his amazing feat
while playing on the club's ninth
hole with three buddies. Green-
berg used a five wood on the par
three 160-yard hole to reach his
crowning moment.
QUOTE: "Basically, when I saw the
ball go in, I was numb," said
Greenberg. "Everyone around me
was cheering and the excitement
finally set in and hit me."

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NAME: Emily Friedman
TEAM: Blomfield Hills An-

dover High School softball.
DEED: Friedman, 16, plays
catcher. At a recent invita-
tional tournament in Claw-
son, she batted .850 and
threw out five base runners
attempting to steal. Andover
finished third in the tourna-
ment and Friedman was
named her team's "Most
Valuable Player."
THE SKINNY: Friedman has
been a tremendous asset to
Andover's team. It finished
second overall in the Class B
Division Four League. She
took up softball when she
was 8, after watching her fa-

captain of next year's team, also
played in various Maccabi Games.
QUOTE: "It was shocking to get the
awards," she said. "I am happy
with the way things have gone,
and I hope to keep it up."

Nominations for next week's Jew-
ish. Stars can. be made by leaving
a voice-mail message for Carol Co-
hen. Call 810-354-7123, Ext. 305.
Please be sure to include your day
and evening phone numbers.

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