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March 17, 1972 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1972-03-17

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reating Jewah Communities"
will be - the' &ens ore- weekend :re-
treat 'at Camp '-Tamerack , . --- - Orton:
ville,' today 'through Sunday;-The.
prograM -is ; jointly - :sponsored- by
the. Baal Brith: Foundation'
at the
the
of -Michigan 1..
and
the
Center.
Special- resource persoils
.7 ; Weekend wlll- includd Richard
Siegel:. of :the Hayurit':ShalOm - in
Boston and-.author of Zi . ."Jewisli
,Whole Earth Catalog;" Abraham
Ben Zeev,- folk singer and dancer;
and _Steve Robbins of Hebrew
Union 7 C011ege in Cincinnati ; whoSe
skills include folk-guitar and sen-
sitivity group, training. - -
Rabbi -Gerald Goldman, director,
and Rabbi. Joel Poupko, associate
director, of U-M Hillel and several
workshop leaders will be part of
the staff for • the weekend,.
Highlights will include a multi-
media service on Saturday morn-
ing (in addition to traditional serv-
ices on Friday and Saturday), ac-
tion workshops in dramatics, crea-
tive poetry, folk music, Israeli
dancing; sculpture, choral, string
and wind ensemble on Saturday
afternoon, a discussion on radical
politics and radical Judaism on
Saturday afternoon, and a "Create
Your Own Myth of Creation" pro-
ject on Saturday night.
Discussion- -.topics include "De-
signing a Jewish Community:
What, Where, and When," "Radi-
cal Forms of Jewish Celebration—
How to Do It" and "Starting a
Havura."
For information, call Joan DubM-
sky, 764-2686, and Dan Piser, 665-
2162, in Ann Arbor.
Another collegiate weekend at
Camp Tamarack will take place
March 24-26.

'-

Broii Israel Model' :Seder
to Take_Ploce.on Switlity

24 -401111W, Moth 17,,1972

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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.,Corit, Brief, Israel...of 4?entiac-.
:will hold its annual Passoyer model.
“seder.11 a.m:Runday - for students ,

Of the Hebrew and , religious
school. -
Rabbi Leonard Beiinan will of,_,

fieiate, and Caryn Rosenthal of the,
religious Schnotifaculty-- %vial lead
In,.singing of - the ?assayer- melo-
dies. Mel GoIdnian, education conv..
mittee chair/inn,. will deliyera -
WelcoMiig talk' Guests are weI

coe.
rn

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ken who know the same things,

are not long the best company

for each other. • - •--R. W. Enierson.

GEORGE RUSKIN

NORTHLAND FORD

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This weekend will be conducted
in Hebrew. Special guest for the

weekend will be Ezri Uval, former

exchange teacher with United He-
brew Schools and the Jewish Cen-
ter Hebrew department who is
working on h's masters degree now
in
history and the Hebrew language.

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BBYO Business

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The Great Lakes AZA Council
of Michigan Region will hold a
spring membership bowling drive
12:30 p.m.• Sunday at Oak Park
Lanes.
Each AZA member is being ask-
ed to bring one prospective mem-
ber as his admission "ticket" to the
bowling alley. Featured speaker

will be Richard Bernstein, grand

aleph s'gan (international vice
president) of AZA from Milwau-
kee. This program is especially
tailored for boys age 14-18. Bnai
Brith girls also are invited Sunday.
The 1972 AZA basketball tour-
nament began Sunday at the
Windsor Jewish Community Center.
Compet'tion will conclude March
26, beginning at 10 a.m., with the
championship game at 4 p.m.. All
are invited to the Windsor-Detroit
tournament.
The BBYO European-Israel Ex-
cursion '72 now has participants
from Toledo and Cleveland, as well
as Detroit. Space is still available
in this six-week travel study tour.
The Detroit departure is July 6.
The Habonim organization, under
the direction of Amotz Peleg, has
scheduled a weekend gathering
using the facilities of the BBYO
Conference Center this weekend.

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liashomer 3rd Seder
Scheduled for April 8

Hashomer Hatzair is preparing

for its annual third seder 8 p.m.
April 8 at the Jewish Center.
Israeli folk _dancing, drama, sing-

ing and the traditional reading of

the Hagada will be, featured. - Re-
freshments, will be served.. Nomi-

nal cfonation.

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