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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-06-13

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Community

Affording the best is not the Question...
finding the best is...

JHAS Plans

BORTZ HEALTH CARE FACILITIES
Offers the finest in Nursing Home Care.

• PT, OT & Speech Therapy
• Medicare, BC/BS & other insurances accepted

Bortz Health Care
of Oakland

1255 W. Silverbell Rd.
Lake Orion Township

6470 Alden Drive
West Bloomfield

248 391 0900

248 363 4121

Installation

The Jewish Home & Aging Services
will hold its annual meeting and instal-
lation 8 a.m. Tuesday, June 17, at the
Flesichman Residence in West
Bloomfield. Larry Lax will deliver greet-
ings from the Jewish Federation of
Metropolitan Detroit.
The 2002 Award of Excellence will be
presented to Dorothy and the late Peter
Brown in honor of
their commitment
and support of the
Dorothy and Peter
Brown Jewish .
Community Adult
Care Center and the
Dorothy and Peter
Brown Memory
Care Pavilion.
Eisenberg
Geri Margolis,
past president, auxiliary
for JHAS, will install the new slate of
officers.
The new offices are: president, Leo
Eisenberg; vice presidents, Dan
Greenberg, Mark Kowalsky; secretary,
Geri Margolis; treasurer, Carol Dawes;
immediate past president, Mitchell
Kantor.
The new board consists of: Karen
Alpiner, Michael Banks, Pearlena
Bodzin, Marvin Fleischman, Barbara
Frankel, Dr. Michael Freedland, David
Gans, Dr. Dan Guyer, Zina Kramer,
Irving Laker, Dr. Ruth Lerman, Carol
Metzger, Susan Moiseev, Hannah Moss,
Michael Perlman, Rona Rones, Dr.
Michael Rontal, Verne Royal, Jack
Schon, Cindy Schwartz, Matt Shane,
Gary Shiffman, Joel Smith, Dr. Louis
Soverinsky, Howard Taper, Beverly Yost.

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6/13
2003

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The Jewish FaMily Service mentor
program matches adults with children
and teens. Mentors and youth spend
time together doing activities-they
both enjoy.
The next JFS mentor training is set
for Monday, June 23, 6:30-8:30 p.m.,
at the JFS main office, 24123
Greenfield Road, Southfield.
Mentors commit to visiting with the
child/teen on a consistent basis for at
least one year. The interactions can be
weekly or 13i-weekly, depending on the
mentor's schedule.
For information, call Michelle
Greenstein, (248) 559-1500.

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