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The Charlotte Jewish news. (Charlotte, N.C.) 19??-current, June 01, 1988, Image 18

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Page 18-THE NEWS-June/July, 1988 Our Organizations Charlotte Chapter BBW Madans installed President of Hadassah BBW volunteers helped with the scoring and cheered from the sidelines at the Senior Games bowling tourna ment held on May 6 at Park Lanes. The last Alive class of the series, “Moral, Ethics and At titudes,” was held May 19 at Shalom Park. Dr. Walter Feld man, a legal-medical profes sional and clinical director of child and adolescent psychol- ogy at Mecklenburg Mental Health, was the speaker. This was also the chapter’s May general meeting. It was fol lowed by a social hour and delicatessen brunch. The 1988 Biennial Conven tion, a 4-day event, held at the Fountainebleau-Hilton Hotel, Miami Beach, was attended by chapter members, Beth Lin- derman, Jody Pinion, Joan Gordon, Susan Bruck, Terri Cathcart and Vicki Hopkins. Charlotte Chapter received 13 awards at the awards banquet. They included two “1st in Region” — best Bulletin and best comprehensive service THE DILWORXH CONSIGNMENT SHOP STREET CAR STATION 310 EAST BLVD. 1&2 332-0668 Mon.-Fri. Sat. 104 lM program by a chapter. Both will go on to the national competition. Our members will be serving as volunteers at the Children’s Miracle Network Telethon on June 5 at Carowinds. They will “man” the phones, act as hostesses in the VIP suite, and sell telethon t-shirts. The picnic for Seniors wiU be held at Mickey Waldman’s home on June 16. All ads for the “Community Calendar” must be in by June 30. The member selling the most ads will receive a special gift. BBW has innovative and af fordable insurance plans designed to protect you and your family from extraor dinary he£dth care costs. For information caU Jody Pinion, 821-6811. —Nina Haas —Laurie Wertheimer HaLailah Chapter BBW CONGRATULATIONS to aU HaLailah members for the fine showing at this year’s BBW Biennial in Miami. HaLailah received the foUow- ing honors: 1st place — Most Outstanding Single Project (Barrier Aware ness) 1st place — Most Effective Membership Campaign (Ha Lailah Bucks) 1st place (tied) — Best Chapter Meeting with a Fund Raising Focus (Personal Giv ing) 2nd place — Best Compre hensive Overall Community Service Programming 2nd place — Best On-Going Project (Great Pumpkin Festi val) 2nd place — Best Chapter Meeting with a Membership Focus (Spin-A-Winner) 2nd place — Most Effective Fund Raising Idea (Personal Giving) 2nd place — Best OvereiU Chapter Meeting 3rd place — Most Original Fund Raising Activity (Pine Needles) 3rd place — Best Individual Chapter Meeting (Glasnost and Soviet Jewry) HaLailah wiU participate with Charlotte Chapter in a leadership seminar June 5, 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. at the JCC. The seminar wiU be conducted by Sue Brodsky and Sue Bruck. —Lisa Pharr Charlotte Hadassah official ly installed Audrey Madans as our 1988-89 President on May 18 at a luncheon held at Rain- tree Country Club. Audrey Madans, a native of Malden, Massachusetts, lived in Charlotte for 12 years before moving to Salisbury where she resided for 15 years. While in Charlotte, prior to moving, Audrey was Presi dent of Temple Israel Sister hood (1960-62) and Hadassah VP Education. Her activities in Salisbury included being president of the following: Temple Israel Sisterhood (1972-1974), president of Tem ple Israel (late ’70s), Salisbury- Rowan Choral Society, Unit^ Arts Council of Rowan County, Friends of Library of Rowan County. The past few years Audrey has been president of the N.C. Association of Jewish Women, member of Executive The Carolina Agency for Jewish Eduction in Charlotte announces the 8 outstanding Jewish teachers who have won prizes in the 1987-88 “Creative Project of the Year” award competition. Sponsored by CAJE to reward the most suc cessful teacher-generated classroom projects produced during the school year among the CAJE network of religious schools, the contest created a lively and varied challenge. Criteria for judging in cluded: Judaic content, adap tability, age-appropriateness, completeness, presentation and, of course, creativity. The cash prize winners are: FIRST PLACE Judith Carle Charleston, SC “The Golem—a creative slide program project” SECOND PLACE Stanley Nelson Ahavath Scholom Religious School, Bluefield, W.VA “Tu B’shevat Tree Bank PmiApf' THIRD PLACE (tie) Wendy Rosen Temple Israel Preschool Charlotte, NC “Preschool Construction Paper Kippah Project” THIRD PLACE (tie) Maurice Galoob Temple B’nai Israel Religious School Oklahoma City, OK “Purim Screen Play Video Project” Honorable mention awards were given to: Audrey Madans Board and regulcu* Board of the Blumenth^ Jewish Home. Audrey returned to Charlotte about two years ago and is presently on the board of Temple Israel. She has also served on the Mecklenburg Tami Bernat Consolidated HS of Jewish Studies, Charlotte, NC “Biblical Monopoly Game & “Creation Story Ethics Play” Sue Brodsky Temple Israel Religious School, Charlotte, NC “Second-grade Prayerbook Project” Patti Weisman Temple Israel Preschool Charlotte, NC “Preschool Tu B’shevat Fruit Tree Project” Carol Burgess Beth Meyer Religious School Raleigh, NC “Keeping Sane While Teaching Hebrew: Easy Creative Classroom Ideas” Each teacher who competed received a custom-designed certificate in recognition of his/her significant work. In Charlotte, the prizes and cer- County Nursing Home Ad visory Committee. Audrey served as chedrman of the ground breaking ceremony and cochairman of the dedica tion of Fair Oaks, the new facility at the Blumenthal Home. Audrey is married to Jerry Madans and they have two adult children and three grandchildren. The following officers for 1988-89 were installed: Presi dent-Elect, Diane Schwartz; / VP Fundraising, Deane Boxer; VPs Membership, Linda Got tlieb and Lynda White; VP Education, Margie Goldstein; VPs Communication, Marla Brodsky and Eveljoi Osborne; Corresponding Secretary, Meryl Purvis; Recording Secretary, Pearl Kier; Finan cial Secretary, Linda Segal; Treasurer, Lillian Bienstock. tificates were awarded at the end-of-the-year religious school assemblies of the respective teachers’ schools. A^ project winners will have their entries published in future issues of the CAJE Page, the newsletter of the Carolina Agency for Jewish Education, which is distri buted nation-wide. A special thank you goes to our thoughtful judges, Ruth Goldberg, Roberta Malickson and Beverly Montezinos. CAJE, a project of the NC Association of Jewish Men, the Blumenthal Foundation, and member-supported, is located at Temple Beth El V’Shalom, 1727 Providence Road, Charlotte, NC 28207, (704) 366-1948. The CAJE center will be open by appoint ment through the summer months. CREATIVE SPECIAL EFFECTS Richard Mather Photography * Weddings • Bar/Bat Mitzvahs • Coomicrcial • Gradaation • Photo Invitations • Portraits 1318 Woodlawn Rd. East 525-2329 EXPLORE YOUR OPTIONS ffiRSIAN CARPET TnAOiti* Our tradition of service along with our standards of excellence in crafts manship are woven into our entire coUection of fine antique and contemporary Oriental rugs and carpets. Stop by today. 1437 Morehead Morehead Station Charlotte, NC 374-0000 —Lillian Bienstock Jewish Teachers Receive CAJE Awards

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