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October 11, 2002 - Image 51

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-10-11

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JCCouncil Makes
Staffing Changes

Eric Adelman has joined the staff of
the Jewish Community Council of
Metropolitan
Detroit as a com
munity relations
associate.
Adelman will
focus on inter-
group relations and
coalition building,
as well as the
domestic policy
agenda, which
includes church-
state and eductioal Eric Adelman
issues.
Prior to his
appointment, Adelman served as the
assistant director of the Wisconsin
Region B'nai B'rith Youth
Organization, and as a staff intern
for the United Jewish Communities
Washington Action Office, where he
assisted with various legislative proj-
ects.
Additional council staff changes
include the appointment of Allan
Gale to council associate director.
Gale will continue to focus on Israel
and government relations.
Council's community liaison
Beverly Yost has assumed additional
responsibilities for oversight of the
council board and supervision of the
Detroit Jewish Coalition for Literacy
and the Michigan Board of Rabbis.
Michael Daitch has been named
office manager. Paulette Kent has
joined the staff as a secretary.

Book Fair Project
Supports Library

.

The Henry and Delia Meyers
Library at the Jewish Community
Center of Metropolitan Detroit will
benefit from a special project during
the 51st annual Jewish Book Fair,
which will take place Nov. 6-17 at
both JCC buildings.
During the book fair, attendees
will be asked to buy a book for the
library when they purchase books for
themselves. A personalized book
plate will be inserted bearing the
name of someone the donor wishes
to honor or memorialize. The gift of
books will be tax deductible.
This project was created to
enhance the library collection and
will take place at the Kahn building
during the book fair.

oolers go apple picking.

reschoole and
their parents
from
Congregation
Beth Shalom's Gail Shalom
trekked out to South Lyon
Sept. 18 for the program's
traditional fall visit to Erwin
Orchards.
Besides offering apples,
the farm has "u-pick"
pumpkins and raspberries,
plus cider, doughnuts and
family attractions that
include wagon rides and pet
goats.
"It's a great place for
kids," said early childhood
director Barbara Katchke.
"They're so friendly [at
Erwin], and they have these
dwarf apple trees that are
just the right size for
preschoolers."
Preschoolers are not the
only ones who like Erwin's
— for the third year in a row
the family-owned orchard
won the Best Cider Award in
a blind taste test. Contest
sponsors are the Michigan
State University
Horticultural Society,
Michigan Apple Committee
and MSU Cooperative
Extension Service.

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— Diana Lieberman,
copy editor

The Gan Shalom visitors —
31 teachers, parents and chil-
dren = gather on tractor-
pulled wagons for a morning of
apple picking.

A little rain couldn't dampen
the spirits of Beth Shalom's
Barbara Katchke.

Twins Rowan and Hayley Gow
of Southfield take a bite of
their apples under the watchful
eye of their father, Phil.

10/11
2002

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