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Page 14-THE NEWS-August. 1987
Beth El V*Shalom
Aug. 3 — Board Meeting, 8 p.m.
Aug. 24 — Sisterhood Board Meeting, 7:30 p.m.
Sabbath Eve Services continue throughout the summer,
Fridays at 8 p.m. Saturday morning services will resume
August 8, 10:30 a.m. Torah study will resume in
Aug. 5 — Board Meeting, 8 p.m.
Aug. 6 — Business, Lunch and Torah with Rabbi
Wilson, 12-1:15 p.m.
Aug. 8 — Party for Prospective New Members,
8 p.m. Call Chuck Meltsner, 366-7422.
Aug. 12 — Sisterhood Tea for Prospective New
Members. Call Helene Nathanson,
Confirmation Class Reunion, 6:30 p.m.
Aug. 14 — Family Service, 8 p.m.
Aug. 15 — Cholent’ n Chat, after Services. Topic;
“Sell, Move, Dispose” Jewish Legal and
Ethical Considerations in Moving a
Aug. 25 — Sisterhood Board Meeting, 10 a.m.
Board Meeting, 8 p.m.
Aug. 26 — 1988 Confirmation Class/Parents Dinner-
Orientation, 6:30 p.m.
Aug. 30 — Board Retreat
Friday Night Services, 8 p.m.
Saturday Morning Services, 8:30 a.m.
Temple Beth El V'Shalom
Aug. 22 — Jason Katz, son of Mr. & Mrs. Edward Katz.
Aug. 29 — Chatto Naimark, son of Mr. & Mrs. Eric Naimark.
Aug. 29 — Ashlie Kropp, daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Steven Kropp.
Sept. 5 — Philip Kornhauser, son of Mr. & Mrs. Martin
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Tcnplc Israel Preschool Gradnatlon:
Ceremony took place on May 21 at Shalom Park. The children
sang several songs they had learned this year under the direc
tion of the school’s music teacher, Marlene Fuerstman. The
graduates received their Preschool diplomas and told the au
dience what they wanted to be when they grew up. After the
ceremony, all of the children joined their parents and
teachers for a piece of the graduation cake.
On June 10 at Temple Israel
Luncheon, the six vice presi
dents of the Sisterhood were
installed as a presidium. These
women will divide the presi
dential duties, in addition to
holding their vice presidential
positions. The presidium con
sists of: Helene Nathanson,
membership; Linda Goldsmith
and Sandy Rosenberg, pro
gram and education; Marcy
Mehlman and Judy Miller,
youth and simcha; Susan
Rabinovich, fund raising.
Additionsd members of the
executive board are: Tobey
Silber, treasurer; Arlene Karp,
financial secretary; Helen
Friedman, corresponding sec
retary; Nancy Bernstein,
recording secretary; Ginger
Snitz, past president (advisor).
Rabbi Marc Wilson of Tem
ple Israel was recently ap
pointed to two committees
that serve the Charlotte
He has been appointed to
the Institutional Review Com
mittee of Presbyterian and
Mercy Hospitals. The Institu
tional Review Committee is
mandated by the FDA to re
view requests from physicians
to use experimental proce
dures in the treatment of their
patients. The Committee de
cides whether permission will
be granted and then carefully
monitors the progress of the
Rabbi Wilson was also re
cently appointed to the Clini
cal Pastoral Education Advi
sory Committee of Charlotte
Memorial Hospital. The CPE
Committee monitors Memori
al’s educational programs for
seminary students and clergy
who are involved in intensive
training for hospital chaplain
cy and other pastoral duties.
The Committee reviews appli
cations and consults on the
curriculum and progress of the
The Rabbi also continues to
serve as a member of the
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(along with Temple Israelites
Drs. Gerald Berkowitz, David
Citron, Jared Schwartz and
Jessica Schorr-Saxe) and as a
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