Jewish Federation Annual Meeting honors community leaders

Andrea R. Yablon receives 55th annual Julius Rosenwald Memorial Award

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Photos by Robert F. Kusel

The 118th Annual Meeting of the Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Chicago was held Thursday, Sept. 13, at the Hilton Chicago.  Highlights included:

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Civic leader, businesswoman, and philanthropist Andrea R. Yablon received the 55 th Annual Julius Rosenwald Memorial Award, the Federation's highest honor, presented each year to an individual who has demonstrated a lifetime of outstanding dedication and service to the Federation and the entire Jewish community. 

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In his final Annual Meeting as President, President Dr. Steven B. Nasatir delivered his popular State of the Federation report, reflecting on the accomplishments and challenges of the past year and going forward

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Marisa Helfgot Mandrea  and  Alex Turik  received the Davis, Gidwitz & Glasser Young Leadership Award, presented to volunteers age 40 and under who have demonstrated exemplary dedication and have made significant contributions to Chicago's Jewish community.

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Elizabeth Robbin  and  Irene Lehrer Sandalow  received the 31st annual Samuel A. Goldsmith Young Professional Award, honoring Jewish professionals whose exemplary performance in their work at a Jewish agency in the Chicago area has benefited the entire Jewish community.

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The Shofar Award was presented with gratitude to 2018 JUF Annual Campaign Chair King W. Harris.

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The Federation's annual Business Meeting and Members' Forum included the election of directors, and at the afternoon luncheon there was a formal passing of the chairman of the board's gavel from Michael H. Zaransky to Andrew S. Hochberg.




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