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September 22, 1995 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-09-22

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Attention:
Karen Ann Knight Memorial Award Winners

Society Appoints
New Directors

The Society for Humanistic Ju-
daism has appointed Bonnie
Cousens executive director, suc-
ceeding Miriam Jerris, the Soci-
ety's founding executive director,
who has resigned to continue her
graduate education.
Ms. Cousens, 49, left her home
in New York to come to Michi-
-, gan 27 years ago to pursue a ca-
/ — reer in social work. She joined
the Birmingham Temple, the
first Humanistic Jewish congre-
gation, with her family in 1978
and has been associated with the
Society since 1980. She has
served as assistant director for
the past eight years. Ms.
Cousens has also been manag-
ing editor of the Society's journal
Humanistic Judaism.
The society has appointed Sta-
cie Fine as its first community
development director. Ms. Fine,
31, earned a master's in Judaic
studies at the University of
Michigan. She is a student in the
International Institute for Secu-
lar Humanistic Judaism Rab-
binic Program and a doctoral
candidate at Spertus College in
Chicago. Ms. Fine is a Morat
Haam (certified clerical leader)
within the Secular Humanistic
Jewish Movement. Ms. Fine will
work with Humanistic Jewish
communities to help them in
reaching out to the unaffiliated
Jews in their community. She
will develop and lead holiday and
life cycle celebrations, train lay
leaders, and create resource ma-
terials for adult and youth edu-
cation and programming.
For information about Hu-
manistic Judaism or about the
society, contact M. Bonnie
Cousens, 28611 W. 12 Mile Rd.,
Farmington Hills, MI, 48334,
(810)478-7610.

1996 is the 2,5th anniversary of this award, which has recognized ninth
grade students at Southfield-Lathrop High School who possess artistic
talent and potential.

We'd appreciate any help you can give us in locating the following award winners:

,

Laurie Hintzke
Teresa Seim
Wendy Delidow
Shornia Stanford
Jeffery Czerewko
Patricia Seim
Jack Hough
Eric Birge
Jennifer Wapinski

Nancy Blechman
James Jolly
Sue Martin
David Stockton
Valerie Barone
Shenell Toliver
Nancy Praszkier
Robert Wedler
Lisa Farber

/—'

Adam Monblatt
Erik Kraase
Lisa Guenther
Leanna Thomas
Mike Weiszbrod
Maureen Honore
Sennan Alkarawi
Jason Williams
Mine Celebi

Peninah Semp
Robert Ice
Lamare Salone
Carey l3ednark
Jamie Czerewko
Dean Moore II
Venesa page
Kevin Palmer

Please contact:
Leo Knight

26571 West 12 Mile Road
Southfield, Michigan 48034
Phone 810-352-7030

Scholarships Awarded
To Southfield-Lathrop High Seniors

The Leo Knight Photography Scholarship Award, presented annually by the South-
field-Lathrup art department with funding from local photographer Leo Knight, was
presented recently to Erin Foley, Ami Goldfein and Andrea Karakas.

9

Temple Plans
Judaism Course

Temple Israel will begin a 11-
week Introduction to Judaism
class on Tuesday, Oct. 10, at 7:30
p.m. at the temple, 5725 Walnut
Lake Road, West Bloomfield. The
class is open to anyone interest-
ed in learning more about Ju-
daism or converting to Judaism.
The class covers subjects such
as Jewish traditions, history, life
cycle and holiday celebrations,
and Israel and will be taught by
Rabbis Harold S. Loss, Paul M.
Yedwab, Joshua L. Bennett,
Cantor Harold Orbach, and Dr.
Nancy Gad-Harf.
The cost of the course is $100
per couple and $80 per individ-
ual, with a $50 book fee. Class
dates are Oct. 10, 17, 24, 31; Nov.
7, 14, 21, 28; Dec. 5, 12, 19.
For information, call the tern-

r-7n

From left: Ami Goldfein, Erin Foley, Leo Knight, Andrea Karakas and Gary Sawicke of Southfield-Lathrup High.

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