Immediate past president Stephen Dorsky, right, makes a presentation to outgoing president Louis Tuck at the Levite Jewish Community Centeer annual meeting.
Though the centennial is still a year away, there was a lot of talk about the next century at the 99th annual meeting of Birmingham's Levite Jewish Community Center last night. The LJCC and Birmingham Jewish Federation are exploring a major capital and endowment campaign to coincide with the planned celebration. Louis Tuck finished his two-year term as LJCC president, and Jack Levy was installed as the new president. Levy said his main priorities for the next two years will be the level of service and Jewish atmosphere at the institution.
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