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September 07, 2006 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2006-09-07

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programs and processes to enhance
inpatient and outpatient experience
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September 7 & 2006

JN

Hebert

Dr. Tracey
Hebert has
been appointed
to the position
of vice president
of academic
affairs with the
Southfield-based
Specs Howard
School of
Broadcast Arts,

Here's To

John Rofel of West Bloomfield has
been nominated to stand for election
as a senior vice president of B'nai
B'rith International at the Board of
Governors meeting in December.

Judy Sima
of West
Bloomfield won
the Michigan
Association
for Media in
Education 2006
Mentor Award.
Sima is media
Sima
consultant
and retired
Chatterton
Middle School, Fitzgerald Public
Schools media specialist. Sima will be
formally recognized at the President's
Award Gala during the annual MAME
conference Oct. 26. The award is to
recognize an individual who has
provided sustained and exemplary
guidance, support and inspiration to
colleagues in the library media profes-
sion.

Linda Sahn of Orchard Lake and
Randy Wertheimer of Birmingham will
become 2006-08 co-presidents of the
newly united ORT Michigan Region at
a brunch, Sunday, Sept. 10, at Franklin
Hills Country Club.
The event will include ORT Braude
Israel students Yoav and Meital Nimron
and national presidents Judy Menikoff
and Joe Cohen. For information, call the
ORT office, (248) 723-8860.
Sahn has
served Women's
American ORT as
region first vice
president, chair of
the annual Visions
of Hope major
gifts fundraiser
and associate
Sahn
chair of the
Hermelin ORT
Center advisory board. Wertheimer,
president of Hunter Pasteur Homes, has
been a leader in American ORT's Rub-
a-Dub fundraiser.
Also on the executive commit-
tee are vice presidents Dr. Beverley
Katz of Southfield, Roz Blanck and
David Colburn of West Bloomfield,
Laura Gorosh and David Jacobson
of Birmingham, Nathan Upfal of
West Bloomfield and Trudy Weiss of
Farmington Hills;
treasurers Dr.
George Blum, of
Southfield and
Mario Scott of
Birmingham;
recording secre-
tary Debbie Levin
of Southfield.
Wertheimer
Women's
American ORT and American ORT
national leadership residing in the area
are Robert Colburn of Bloomfield Hills,
Janet Berman of Farmington Hills and
Rochelle Lieberman of Bloomfield
Hills. Area development consultants are
Arlene Barris, Elaine Beresh and Dana
Burnstein, all of West Bloomfield.
Members at large are Susan
August, Sharon Eisenshtadt, Dr.
Hershel Sandberg and Craig Singer,
of Bloomfield Hills, David Gans of
Franklin, Brian Hermelin and Doreen
Hermelin of Bingham Farms, Nicole
Kovacs and Brad "Bubba" Urdan of West
Bloomfield, Keith Lublin of Southfield
and Patti Aaron of Ann Arbor.
Co-chairs of the Celebrate ORT
installation brunch are Laurie Chudnow
of Oak Park, Harriet Jacobson of West
Bloomfield and Kenneth Korotkin of
Bloomfield Hills.

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