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Nancy Finkel, Janice Stoneman,
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September 27 a 2007
Women Leaders Gather
The following women recently attended
the Women's League Leadership Institute
in Farmington Hills Aug. 5-7: Shannon
Dickstein, Adat Shalom Synagogue in
Farmington Hills; Barbara Freed, Ahavas
Israel in Grand Rapids; Lauren Marcus-
Johnson, Beth Shalom in Oak Park; Ann
Emerson, Beth Tefilah Moses in Mount
Clemens; and Nancy Finkel, Miriam
Goldberg, Kim Levin, Marjorie Saulson,
and Janice Stoneman, all of Shaarey
Zedek Sisterhood, Oakland County.
These women were selected as candi-
dates for the three-day leadership insti-
tute based on their voluntism and desire
to serve their community, and their par-
ticipation in their sisterhood. Women's
League for Conservative Judaism is the
umbrella organization of 600 sisterhoods
in the Conservative Movement, with a
membership of 150,000 worldwide.
The expectation is that those who
attend this and future leadership insti-
tutes will forge a new generation of lead-
ers, women who are well prepared and
For information, call (800) 628-5083.
Free Mouth Guard Clinic
A free clinic offering custom-made and
professional-grade sports mouth guards
will be held Saturday morning, Sept.
29, at the office of Berkman + Shapiro
Orthodontics in Commerce Township.
Two local orthodontists, Dr. Mark
Berkman and Dr. Lainie Shapiro, are
aiming to reduce the prevalence of
sports-related dental injuries in all ages.
Wearing a custom-fit mouth guard
during potentially dangerous activities
dramatically reduces the potential for
injury to teeth, jawbones, lips and other
For information or to schedule an
appointment, contact Berkman +
Shapiro Orthodontics, (248) 360-7878 or
go to BerkmanShapiroSmiles.com.
Baby Boomer Summit
Jewish Family Services of Washtenaw
County has planned a lunch event titled
"Preparing for a Perfect Storm: The
Jewish Baby Boomer Summit" to be held
Tuesday Oct. 9, 11 a.m.-3 p.m. at the
Jewish Community Center, 2935 Birch
Hollow Drive, in Ann Arbor.
Keynote speaker Mark Goldstein,
president of Impact Presentations Group
and co-founder of Age Wave LLC, will
speak on "The Americanization of
Jewish Baby Boomers: Are We Heading
into a Perfect Storm?" Jewish profession-
als, lay leaders, and baby boomers them-
selves are encouraged to attend.
The cost is $12 per person and
includes lunch. This event is pending
approval for social work CEUs, and is co-
sponsored by the Jewish Federation and
the JCC of Washtenaw County Jewish
Family Service of Metropolitan Detroit
and Jewish Family Service of Toledo.
To register by Oct. 5, contact Abbie
Lawrence-Jacobson, (734) 769-0209 or
visit www.ifsannarbor.org .
The Michigan Region, Women's League
for Conservative Judaism will highlight
its Torah Fund and present Women of
Achievement awards at a dinner 6 p.m.
Wednesday, Oct. 10, at Congregation
B'nai Moshe in West Bloomfield.
Torah Fund is the league's means of
providing financial support for the New
York-based Jewish Theological Seminary
and the Ziegler School of Rabbinic
Studies and their affiliates. Rabbi Elliot
Pachter will speak on "JTS — Life
Changing Experience" West Lounge Jazz
& Klezmer Band will perform.
Joyce Berlin Weingarten, Michigan
Region president, and Karen Katz,
Michigan Region Torah Fund vice
president, will present a Women of
Achievement award to an outstanding
member of these sisterhoods in the
Michigan Region: Shelly Perlman, Adat
Shalom Synagogue, Farmington Hills;
Sherri Peller, Beth Israel Congregation,
Ann Arbor; Bertha Ruben, Beth
Tephilath Moses, Mt. Clemens; Jan Lewis,
Congregation Ahavas Israel, Grand
Rapids; Cherie Guttman, Congregation
Beth Ahm, West Bloomfield; Ellen
Racusin, Congregation Beth Shalom, Oak
Park; Annette Kaufman, Congregation
B'nai Moshe, West Bloomfield; Selma
Price and Fran Raffel, Congregation of
Moses, Kalamazoo; and Kimberly Levin,
Congregation Shaarey Zedek, Oakland
Tickets, which include dinner, are $30.
To RSVP, contact Karen Katz, (248) 626-