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June 13, 2003 - Image 54

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-06-13

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Dr. Ellen Cannon will speak at the
State of Israel Bonds Attorney
Division Dinner, honoring Justice
Marilyn Kelly and Judge Amy
Hathaway- 6 p.m.
Thursday, June 19,
at Congregation
Shaarey Zedek
Dr. Cannon has
been a professor of
political science for
20 years. A leader
and an advocate on
behalf of Israel and
American Jewry, she is
vice president of the American Jewish
Congress, Midwest Region. She is also
a faculty member of Wexner Heritage
Foundation and a lecturer for the
Steinhardt Internship Program.
For information about the event or
the securities offered by Development
Corporation for Israel/State of Israel
Bonds, call (248) 352-6555 or toll free
(888) 352-6556.

Tikvah Group
Installs Board

Former Tikvah Group of Hadassah
president Joan Chernoff Epstein of
Bloomfield Hills installed the 2003-
2004 board at a luncheon ceremony
June 3.
Nanci Kantor of Bloomfield Hills
and Cathy Slavik of West Bloomfield
were welcomed into their second term
as co-presidents of Tikvah. Group, the
largest active group with 863 mem-
Sherrie Stern of Farmington Hills
was presented with the National
Leadership Award for outstanding
programming achievements in 2002-
Tikvah Group officers for the corn-
ing year are Barbara Charlip, Annie
Cohen, Laurel Epstein, Beth Erman,
Miriam Forman, Linda Glass, Karen
Gunsberg, Sue Kaufman, Marcia
Nodel, Sheri Rotenberg, Sheila
Schiffer, Sherrie Stern and Elaine
Wolf. Women who will serve in vari-
ous appointed positions are Betty
Chernoff, Jean Dubin, Linda Glass,
Linda Golding and Barbara Moretsky.
For information about Tikvah
group, call Barbara Charlip, (248)

Kevin Toll of Bloomfield Hills
received his bachelor of arts degree
from Indiana University in
Bloomington with a major in
telecommunications and a minor in
business. He received dean's list dis-
tinction and was inducted into the
Golden Key International Honor
Society. He also studied abroad at
the University of Grenada in Spain.
He plans to attend law school in
September. Toll is the son of
Sheldon Toll and Dr. Roberta Toll.

Shana Glickfield, former Detroiter,
earned a j uris doctor degree from
Temple University Law School in
Philadelphia. She is pursuing
employment in Washington, D.C.

The YMCA of Metropolitan Detroit
and the Detroit Rotary Club recently
honored 14 senior volunteers aged 82
and older at their annual Golden
Oldies Awards. Among the honorees

Harry Glassman of Southfield, a
volunteer with the
city of Oak Park
Seniors 50 Up
Club. He preps,
packs and organizes
supplies to provide
meals for over 50
homebound sen-
iors. He then stays
to help serve the
congregate meals.
In addition, he
organizes and implements health
and welt-being programs including
the Bounce Volleyball League and
the Pepstepper Walking Club, soft-
ball and volleyball leagues.

Harry Shiovitz of West Bloomfield
is a volunteer with
Oakland Livingston
Human Service
ency in Pontiac.
He is a member
and past chair of
Oakland Livingston
Human Service
Age-ncy Senior
Citizen Advisory
Council, OLSHA
Board of Directors and OLSHA
Board of Directors evaluation com-
mittee. He also works with
Congregation Beth Ahm, Yad Ezra,
the American Red Cross and the
Retired Seniors Volunteer Program.
He volunteers at Cooper Elementary


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