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15 INDUCTED TO HALL OF FAME AT AJU LUNCHEON

Fifteen Southland athletes, sportsmen/ women, and three outstanding area high school athletes, were honored by the Southern California Jewish Sports Hall of Fame in late January at L.A.'s American Jewish University.

Dodgers play-by-play broadcaster Charley Steiner, emceed the event, attended by 250 guests at the site of the new SCJSHOF permanent exhibit.

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The “Class of 2014” members who attended the inductions event were: Mitch Fenton, Larry Beinfest, Stuart Krohn, Shaun Tomson, Steve Stovitz, Judy Blumberg, Toby Zwikel, Norm Miller, Roz Wyman, Mel Keefer, and Anita Kanter. Those not present were represented by family members or fellow athletes.

The SCJSHOF also honored the Jewish High School Athletes of the Year: Female-Jennifer Horowitz, Archer School for Girls, and Male-Alexander Diamont, Venice High. Elijah Zabludoff, St. John Bosco High, received the Allan Malamud Memorial Journalism Scholarship.

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EXHIBIT AT AJU

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You are invited to visit the new Southern California Jewish Sports Hall of Fame permanent exhibit at American Jewish University.
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Awards for Jewish Athletes 2012 Induction Ceremony

The Southern California Jewish Sports Hall of Fame honors men and women at all levels of sport who have played a significant role in shaping the sports history of the Southern California community.

Currently there are more than 280 outstanding sport personalities on the Hall of Fame Honor Roll. Their biographies and photographs appear on the Inductees and New Inductees pages.

The SoCal Jewish Sports Hall of Fame also provides award recognition to Southern California Jewish male and female High School Athletes of the Year, and presents the Allan Malamud Memorial Award to an outstanding Jewish high school or university student planning a career in print or broadcast journalism.