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November 03, 1995 - Image 116

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-11-03

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Achievement Award. Through-
out her legal and judicial career,
Judge Gage has worked to im-
prove the admiistration of justice
and the legal profession. She is
the first woman to be elected
chairperson of the Michigan


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CLARA REYNOLDS, director

of nursing at Prentis Manor, was
chosen to receive the Nightingale
Nursing Award sponsored by
Oakland University's School of
Nursing. This award honors
R.N.s who have made a signifi- Hilda R. Gage
cant contribution to the nursing
field.
Judges Association, National
Conference of State Trial Judges,
SUZANNE E. SNIDER, Chi- Judicial Administration Division
cago, the daughter of Lawrence of the American Bar Association;
K. Snider and Maxine Snider, Judical Section, State Bar of
graduated from Wesleyan Uni- Michgian and Judicial Tenure
versity in Middletown, Conn., Commission. She is also the re-
with a major in dance and eng- cipient of the Award of Achieve-
lish. She graduated with honors ment and Leadership from the
and was elected to Phi Beta National Association of Women
Kappa She is living in New York. Judges.

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Announcing

THE BRONFMAN
YOUTH FELLOWSHIPS
IN ISRAEL
1996

851-721X1

HOURS:
Mon.-Thurs. 8 am-9 pm Fn. 8 am-6 pm

Vassar College sophomore CAR-
OLYN SCIINEYER of South-
field sang with the Vassar group
the Night Owls for First Lady
Hillary Rodham Clinton, who
visited the college.

or the tenth consecutive
summer, a group of outstanding
Jewish teenagers in the U.S. and
Canada, coming from a wide variety of backgrounds
and entering the twelfth grade of school, will be
recipients of the Bronfman Youth Fellowships*.
They will spend five fulfilling weeks of study,
dialogue and travel in Israel.

The Bronfman Fellows will be selected on the basis of character, intellectual interests,
special talents and leadership qualities. Merit, not financial need, is the program's selection
standard. Fellowship activities begin on July 8, with a return from Israel on August 14. All
meals will be kosher, and Sabbath activities will be in the spirit of the day.

Based in Jerusalem, the Fellows will engage in an intense interaction with a diverse
rabbinic faculty and counselors, representing a wide range of Jewish perspectives. They will
explore Jewish texts against the background of Israel's land, culture and customs ... take
part, at a time of rapid change, in seminars with some of the country's leading political
and cultural figures ... debate ideas and search for insights, on the different ways to define
oneself as a Jew today, all in an atmosphere of
mutual respect and open dialogue.
For a descriptive brochure and application form.

The purpose: to return home with a new
understanding of the myriad issues facing the
Jewish people and the Jewish state, and a new
appreciation of the importance of Jewish unity.

Lisa Applebaum

please call or write at once to:

THE BRONFMAN YOUTH FELLOWSHIPS IN ISRAEL

17 Wilbur Street Albany, NY 12202
Telephone: (518) 465-6575

* Fellowships cover all expenses including roundtrip transportation between New York and Israel. room and
board, travel in Israel and incidentals. Completed applications must be postmarked by February 1. 1996.

A PROGRAM OF THE SAMUEL BRONFMAN FOUNDATION, INC.

Next time you feed your face, think about your heart.

Go easy on your heart and start cutting back on foods that are high in saturated
fat and cholesterol. The change'II do you good.

American Heart Association

Jerome Stasson

WE'RE FIGHTING FOR YOUR LIFE

LISA APPLEBAUM, founder
of LSA and Associates, has
opened a full-service art consult-
ing firm in New York City, spe-
cializing in modern and
contemporary art. Ms. Apple-
baum received training in art his-
tory and appraisal at the
University of Michigan, New
York University and Sotheby's of
New York.

Chief Oakland Circuit Judge
HILDA R. GAGE has been se-
lected by the Michigan's Women's
Hall of Fame to receive its Life

JEROME STASSON, violinist,

teacher, and music adjudicator,
was awarded Honorary Lifetime
Membership at the 110th Michi-
gan Music Teachers Association
annual convention. He was
instrumental in passing the
laws to protect music teachers
throughout the state.

Two West Bloomfield sisters
recently achieved major career
goals. DEBI ZORN, a 1990 grad-
uate of West Bloomfield High
School, earned her bachelor's de-
gree in Family and Community
Service in 1994 from Michigan
State University and became a
foster care case worker for the

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