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June 04, 2004 - Image 72

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2004-06-04

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League Installs Board

Women's League for Conservative
Judaism Michigan Branch officers
and board members were installed
by consultant Dr. Harrian Stern at
the Michigan Branch Conference at
Congregation B'nai Moshe. Marcia
Tanzman was installed as president.
Other 2004-2006 officers include
administration vice president, Joyce
Weingarten; community vice presi-
dent, Ruth Shayne; education vice
president, Carol Weintraub Fogel;
membership vice president, Karen
Katz; Torah fund vice president,
Ann Emerson; treasurer, Adele
Staller; financial secretary, Linda
Warner; recording secretary, Ruthe
Goldstein; corresponding secretaries,
Sue Himelhoch and Ellen Racusin;
immediate past president, Judie
Blumeno.
The board of directors includes
Miriam Goldberg, Ruth Marcus,
Helen Bayles, Pam Bartolone,
Norma Dorman, Adele Staller,
Sharon Silverman, Rachel Maisel,
Marilyn Feingold, Sharlene Ungar,
Shirley Wise, Evelyn Silverman,
Barbara Freed, Florence Berner,
Marjorie Saulson, Judie Blumeno,
Joanne Robinson, Faye Ullmann,
Carol Tarica, Shirley Wine, Florence
Gerber, Elaine Beresh, Marcia Abel,
Dolores Greenspan, Linda Lublin,
Janis Holcman, Laynie Langnas, and
Gail Ellenbogen, Judy Leder and
Sherri Pellet
The branch conference commit-
tee was chaired by Bernice Friedman
and Ruthe Goldstein. Other com-
mittee members were Helen Bayles,
Judie Blumeno, Gail Ellenbogen,
Sue Himelhoch, Linda Lublin, Ellen
Racusin, Adele Staller, Sharlene
Unger, Norma Dorman, Cheryl
Margolis, Jan Lewis, Janet Heller,
Vicki Salinger, Joanne Robinson,
Marianne Wildstrom, and Annette
Kaufman.

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Temple Israel recognized two groups
from its adult b'nai mitzvah program.
Participants on May 8 were
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Danny Benjamin, Marci Bloom-
Vettese, Fran Heicklen, Beth Miral-
Chudler, Les Murphy, Jaclyn Randel
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