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June 20, 2003 - Image 57

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-06-20

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DO YOU RUVIRBYTIGOFI HOT WATER?

Introducing Noritz tankless

water heaters. Don't run out

of hot water or wait to take a

shower until the water

heater recovers ever again.

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new heights. With instantaneous water

The Great Lakes AZA and BBG
Councils held their annual officer
installation and awards presenta-
tion June 4 at Congregation B'nai
Moshe.
Al Jolson AZA was recognized as
AZA's most improved chapter and
Achayot BBG was named both the New AZA and BBG presidents Whitney
outstanding and most improved
Aidenbaum and Eric Hoffman
BBG chapter. Evan Shapiro AZA
was recognized as the AZA out-
Reisa Shanaman, out-state vice presi-
standing chapter.
dent; Hilary Wagner, treasurer; Dana
Whitney Aidenbaum was installed
Isenstein, secretary; Beth Harris,
as president of Michigan: Region BBG. reporter; and Monica Woll, counselor.
A sophomore at West Bloomfield
New Michigan AZA officers includ-
High School, she previously served as
ed: Eddie Rubin, vice-president;
president of Achayot BBG.
Corby Winer, membership vice presi-
Eric Hoffman of Shapiro AZA was
dent; Mike Lieberman, out-state vice
installed as president of Michigan
president; Andrew Lubetsky, treasurer;
Region AZA. He is a junior at Walled
Chad Mahakian, secretary; Bowen
Lake Western High School and previ-
Vernan, reporter; and Perry Teicher,
ously served as vice president of
counselor.
Michigan Region AZA
Also at the installation, Nancy Adler
Additional Michigan Region BBG
of American Red Magen David for
officers installed on June 4 included:
Israel received a $1,500 donation from
Ariella Lis, vice president; Melissa
Michigan Region BBYO.
Morof, membership vice president;

Russian-Speaking Hosts Needed

Local host families are needed for mem-
bers of an Israeli in-line hockey team
that will participate in two local hockey
tournaments this summer.
The team of 16 boys, ages 14-18, two
coaches and two adult chaperones will
arrive July 30 and stay until Aug. 12.
Volunteer families will need to provide
bed and breakfast for two team members

and provide occasional transportation to
the Jewish Community Center in West
Bloomfield.
A few kosher homes are needed. All of
the participants speak some English, but
Russian-speaking hosts would be appre-
ciated.
For information, call Lynne
Levenbach, (248) 432-5419.

Where Are You Now?

o

ut of college for a few years and
%I haven't stayed in touch? Why
not tell your old world what you've
been doing in your new world.
The Jewish News will publish brief
Where Are You Now announce-
ments for Detroiters, Ann Arborites,
and former residents of this area
who are in the 22-32 age range.
The announcement should include
your name, age, city where you now
live, marital status (and names, of
spouse and children), job title and
company where you work-, high
school and college you attended and

year you graduated, and up to 25
words about yourself.
If you wish, include your address,
phone number or e-trail address

taken the water heater to

where old friends can contact you.
Your address, phone number and
e-mail address must accompany your
announcement, but will not be pub-
lished unless you request it.
We also want you to include a
recent photograph of yourself (only
you, please, and photos will not be
returned). Photos can be electronic,
but should be 170 dpi or higher in
jpg format. If mailing a photo: Put
your name on the back and mail to
Alan Hitsky, the Jewish News,
29200 Northwestern #110,

Southfield, Mi 48034.
E-mail your announcement to
ahitsky@theiewishnews.com Li
Alan Hitsky, associate editor

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For more information or a brochure,
call Advance Plumbing Supply Company at 248-669-7474.
Or visit us at www.advanceplumbing.com

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