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March 21, 2003 - Image 92

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-03-21

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It's easy to make
donations and support
Israel at jewish.com .

An Eye On The Town


The Young Adult Division of
Women's American ORT hosted
a Tea at the Townsend in
Birmingham on March 13. Patti
Aaron, the national vice presi-
dent of Women's American
ORT, greeted the crowd and
spoke of ORT's impact world-
wide to empower women to be
economically self-sufficient and
productive members of society.
Molly Chernow, Stacey Eisenberg, Nicole Kovacs Dr. Lynda Giles, a clinical psy-
chologis, was the keynote speak-
er. Giles' talk, "Are Women
Hapless Heroines?", addressed
the messages conveyed by the
news media that girls should be
more cute than competent.
Grown up versions of Cinderella
"are an insult to our intelli-
gence," and it's important to
dispel myths about being pas-
sive, getting rescued and not
taking control. Nicole
Linda Lutz Susan Deutsch, Marla ICaftan, Lori Bairon Eisenberg, Laura Gorosh and
Melanee Wertheimer were co-
chairs; Sandy Shecter was the
adviser. Some of the tea-totters
spotted in the crowd included
Doreen Hermelin, Andi Wolfe,
Lori Barron, Susan Deutsch
and Marla Kaftan.

Donations are a wonderful may to
honor loved ones. Visit javish.com
and click on 'Donations to Israel'
or call us at 1-800-875-6621.

Alyn Hospital

Israel's premiere center
for rehabilitation.
Alyn treats over 5,000
physically handicapped
children each year.

JNF Trees

ewish National Fund
has been serving as
caretakers of the land
of Israel since I 90 I.

— Cindy Frenkel

Harriet Jacobson, Andi Wolfe, Dana Burnstein

Magen David Adorn

Magen David Adorn
(Israel's EMS) provides all
the emergency medical
services in Israel in times
of peace and war.


Sandy Shecter; Nicole Eisenberg Melanee Wertheimer, Patti .Aaron, Lynda Giles, Laura Gorosh


Susan Sinai loves to throw par-
ties, so she invited a group of
her friends to watch the finale of
the TV program "Bachelorette"
at Big Daddy's in West
Bloomfield last month. Renea


If Only Moses Knew...'




Susan Sinai and Laura Hirshhorn

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