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The Detroit Jewish News, 2006-08-31

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August 31 • 2006


Lana Gordon
of Lana
Gordon Travels,
Hills, has been
awarded the
ROSE award
from the
Detroit Visitors
and Convention
Bureau. This
award is the
recognition of service excellence. She
won because of her assistance at the
National Tour Association Convention
last November.

The Frankel Center for Judaic Studies
at the University of Michigan Ann
Arbor welcomed Stacy Eckert of
Clinton and Matt Weingarden of
Ann Arbor as members of its admin-
istrative staff. Eckert has been named
administrative secretary, supporting
the Frankel Center's Director Deborah
Dash Moore. Weingarden has been
named public relations representa-
tive and will coordinate the center's
efforts to build strong visibility both
within and outside of the University of
Michigan's campus community.

Here's To

Andrea Tama of Farmington
Hills will receive the ninth annual
Birmingham Bloomfield Art Center
Susie Citrin Volunteer of the Year
Award. The
award rec-
ognizes the
and service of
a BBAC volun-
teer. Tama is
an artist well
for her
paintings. In
addition to
teaching at the BBAC, Tama has served
as a board member, fundraising event
chair and is a non-stop fundraiser for
events chaired by other volunteers and
BBAC development efforts. She is the
BBAC's Exhibition Committee chair.

Kochavi of
Woods, a youth
adviser at
Beth Shalom,
studied at the
Yeshiva at
the United
Synagogue of
Conservative Judaism's Fuchsberg
Jerusalem Center this summer.
Kochavi was awarded a scholarship by
the Legacy Heritage Fund Ltd., which
grants scholarships to Jewish commu-
nal workers in Jewish community cen-
ters, federations, Hillel chapters and
other college programs to strengthen
recipients' knowledge of Judaism and
their commitment to Israel.

Sweet Grant
of Ann Arbor
has earned
her third •
degree from
the School of
Nursing at the
University of
Michigan. She
now holds a
master's degree
as a psychiatric-mental health nurse
practitioner, along with a master of
science in nursing business and health
care administration and a bachelor of
science in nursing. She graduated with
a perfect GPA and is a member of the
Sigma Theta Tau International Honors

Adat Shalom Staffer
Adat Shalom Synagogue's new assis-
tant director
of education
and youth is
Jodi Gross. A
graduate of the
James Madison
Program at
Michigan State
University, Gross .
worked as a staff
associate at the
Jewish Federation of Metro Detroit
before moving to Pennsylvania.
She will administer youth groups
and build the social and social action

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