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June 14, 1996 - Image 27

Resource type:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1996-06-14

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Lauren Cohn
is a four-year-old girl
from Huntington Woods.

Beth Shalom
Honors Staff

Beth Shalom will honor teachers
and aids on June 22, during
Shabbat services. To be honored
are: Kindergarten - Penina Welt-
man and Jennifer Sima; Grade 1
- Rhonda Pliskow and Joshua
Kannon; Grade 2 - Shielah Gold-
berg, Harry Chudnow, Betty
White; Grade 3 - Edna Sable;
Grade 4 - Seymour Kaplan and
Barbara Eisenberg; Grade 5 -
Madalyn Rabinowitz and Ronit
Lipsky; Grade 6 - Sharon Wise
and Robert Stem; Grade 7 - Dr.
Bruce Friedman and Kim Bien-
stock; high school - Rabbi Moshe
Lichtenstein and Alicia Nelson;
music - Judy Goldstein; library
- Vicki Salinger.
Beth Shalom also will honor
its Siddur recipients from Beth
Shalom Religious School and Hil-
lel Day School.

She has eight Barbie dolls.

Two jump ropes.

Fifteen coloring books.

BAHM Honors

And every Disney videotape.

The Manny and Natalie Charach
Religious School at Beth Abra-
ham Hillel Moses recently
conducted graduation and con-
firmation exercises.
The graduates were: Jordan
Abel-Horowitz, Dory Ellis, Halli
Farber, Joshua Feinberg, Leslie
Finkel, Reva Gorbaty, Ashley
Kahn, Emily Kahn, Amy Kamin-
ski, Michael Kovnat, David
Kwaselow, Charles Lubin, Joni
Pasik, Zachary Snobel, Jason
Tamaroff, Stacey Wolf and Ty-
oma Zisser. The confirmand was
Jeffer Glogower.

She also has leukemia.

If Lauren doesn't get
a bone marrow transplant soon,
she'll have nothing.

Shir Tikvah
Plans Services

Congregation Shir Tikvah will
host members and prospective
members at a Shabbat weekend
which will begin with a Shabbat
Song service on Friday evening,
June 14, atNorthminster Church
in Troy and will culminate with
a Havdalah under the stars ser-
vice on Saturday evening, June
15, at Congregation Shir Tikvah's
future synagogue site in Troy.
Rabbi Arnie Sleutelberg will
lead the Shabbat evening service
at 7:45 p.m. The guest speaker
will be Paul Welday, chief of staff
for Congressman Joe Knollen-
The Havdalah service at 8:15
p.m. will give a chance to view the
future home site of the congre-
gation while sharing songs
around a bonfire. Services will be
held on the southeast corner of
Wattles Road and Northfield
Parkway (between Coolidge and
Crooks Roads).
For information, call Joanne
Levy, (810) 619-9669.

The "A Match For Life" Donor Drive will be held at Rock Financial,
The Mortgage Bank, 30600 Telegraph Road (South of 13 Mile Road) 4th floor
Saturday June 22 from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, Sunday June 23 from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm

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