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Campaign Kickoff can sign up online at
vvwvv.thisisfederation.org or contact
Heidi Hes, (248) 203-1459.
With its goal to raise awareness and
dollars to address urgent needs in the
Jewish community here, in Israel and
around the world, the Women's Cam-
paign and Education Department of
the Jewish Federation of Metropolitan
Detroit will kick off the 2004 annual
campaign with a phonathon on
Sunday, Oct. 26.
The fund drive, "Women at Work
Helping Others," is scheduled from 10
a.m. to 1 p.m. with registration and
training starting at 9:30 a.m. at Max M.
Fisher Federation Building in
Bloomfield Township. A light breakfast
and lunch will be served. There will be
prize drawings throughout the morning's
Seven community leaders will lend
their support to the effort: State Sen.
Gilda Jacobs, D-Huntington Woods;
Lila Lazarus of WDIV-Channel 4
Health Beat; Florine Mark-Ross, presi-
dent and CEO of the WW Group;
Susan Moiseev, judge of the 46th
District Court, Southfield; Evelyn
Orbach, artistic director of JET; Robin
Schwartz of Fox News; and State Rep.
Shelly Taub, R- 40th District.
The Women at Work Committee for
Campaign Kickoff Sunday includes:
Roz Blank, Joyce Blum, Barbara
Goldstein, Cheryl Guyer, Janet Halper,
Ellen Labes, Sharon Lipton, Sheri
Schiff, Abbe Sherbin, Ceci Stone,
Dorothy Superstine and Melba Weiner.
Women's Campaign chair is Nancy
Jacobson, with associate chair Susie
Pappas. Nancy Grosfeld is president of
the Women's Campaign and Education
Volunteers for Federation's Women's
To Hear Taub
State Rep. Shelley Taub will meet with
40th District residents 8-9 a.m.
Monday, Oct. 20, at the Kingsley Inn
Coffee Shop, 39475 Woodward,
To contact Taub, call (517) 373-8670.
Michigan Branch Women's League for
Conservative Judaism, Torah Fund
Campaign on behalf of the Jewish
Theological Seminary of America (ITS)
will honor Women of Achievement at 6
p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 21.
These honorees are Louise Fligiel,
Beth Israel, Ann Arbor; Rena Tepman,
Adat Shalom, Farmington Hills; Patricia
Kirschner, Congregation of Moses,
Kalamazoo; Mary Robinson, Beth
Tephilath Moses, Mt. Clemens; Alicia
Nelson, Beth Shalom, Oak Park; Diane
Wyner, Shaarey Zedek, Southfield;
Margot Efros, Beth Ahm, West
Bloomfield; and Ruth Shayne, B'nai
Moshe, West Bloomfield.
They are recognized for their contri-
bution to their synagogues, sisterhoods
and the community at large.
Participants will be able to study with
Rabbi Lauren Berkun, a JTS fellow. The
dinner and study session will be held at
Congregation Beth Ahm. -
For information, call Carol Weintraub
Fogel, (248) 737-5018.
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The 20th annual Art and Home Tour of the Metro Detroit Israel Bonds Women's
Division realized $490,000 for the State of Israel. Shown at the petite breakfast
meeting at the Bernard and Barbara Stollman home are Linda Hayman, Meryl
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