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October 11, 2002 - Image 55

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-10-11

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Hilda Gage, '
judge of the
Michigan Court
of Appeals, has
been elected to
the board of
directors of the
National Center
for State Courts.
She will serve a
three-year term.

Judge Gage

Kurlandsky of Grand Rapids has
been elected a board member at-
large for the Coalition for the
Advancement of Jewish
Education. She was installed at
the organization's annual confer-
ence in Texas. Kurlandsky is a
board member of the Jewish
Federation of Grand Rapids,
serves on the Partnership 2000
steering committee and is an
occasional teacher at
Congregation Ahavas Israel and
Temple Emanuel, both in Grand

Molly Varon of Bloomfield
Township won the gold medal in
the all-around for level 5 girls
ages 12-14 at the United States
Association of Independeht
Gymnastics Clubs national com-
petition in Orlando. Varon, 12,
won the silver medal in floor and
the bronze in the balance beam
and bars competitions. She is an
eighth-grader at Berkshire Middle
School in Birmingham.


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Josh M. Zwickl, son of Sara and
Timothy Zwickl of Southfield,
has been named to the dean's list
for academic achievement for the
spring 2002 semester at
Washington University in St.
Louis in the John M. Olin
School of Business. Zwickl is a
graduate of Wylie E. Groves
High School in Beverly Hills.

Judge Barry Grant, chief judge
pro tem, Oakland County


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