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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-04-18

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The Jewish Community Council of
Metropolitan Detroit announced its
slate of officers and candidates to fill
board of directors' seats.
The election will be held at council's
annual meeting, Wednesday, May 21,
at Temple Emanu-El.
Steve Silverman has been nominated
to serve as council president. Vice
presidential candidates are Arline
Gould, David Victor and Wendy
Wagenheim. Micki Grossman is nomi-
nated as secretary and Richard Nodel
as treasurer.
Nominees slated for three-year terms
on the board of directors are: Patti
Aaron, Beth Applebaum, Michael
Berger, Ruth Bornstein, Ed Kohl,
Zieva Konvisser, David Kramer, Pam
Lippitt, Sue Marx, Todd Mendel,
Arnold Mikon, Barbara Moretsky, Ira
Schlussel and Linda Stulberg.
Additional nominations for any
elective office may be made by peti-
tion signed by at least five qualified
delegates from a Council member
organization. Only one nominee may
be named in each petition. Petitions
must be delivered to the council office
by Monday, April 28.

Hebrew Conversation
Course Set

Congregation B'nai Moshe will offer
a 16-week beginner Hebrew conver-
sation class on Thursdays from noon
to 2 p.m., starting May 1.
The instructor will be community
educator Ahuva Newman. All are
welcome. Tuition is $320 plus $20
for textbook and study materials.
There are tuition discounts for mem-
bers of B'nai Moshe and for Jewish
educators and Jewish communal
agency staffers.
Students are welcome to bring
their own dairy or parve lunch. If
there is sufficient enrollment, this
class will run through the summer
and as a "Beyond Beginner" Hebrew
conversation class in the fall.
For information, leave a message
for Ahuva Newman at the B'nai
Moshe office, (248) 788-0600.

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