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November 15, 1974 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-11-15

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Youth Mission's Special Events

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held Dec. 11-15 will include
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Community
Calendar

Jewish Museum and dinner
and a show at Cafe Sabra.
Sponsored by the youth ac-
tivities committee of the
Flint Jewish Community Nov. 15—ORT Sabbath Ser-
Council, the mission will in-
vices, 8 p.m., Tem
clude a tour of the UN, a
pie Beth El.
meeting with a member of
17—Temple Film Series
the Israel delegation, a visit
featuring "The Se
to the Israel Consulate and a
cret Life of Waite r
trip to Radio City Music Hall.
Mitty;" 6:30 p.m.
On Dec. 13, the group will
Temple Beth El.
tour City College of New
18—T emple Beth E 1
York and the Jewish Theolog-
BBard of Education
ical Seminary. Trips to the
8
p.m., temple.
American . Israel Cultural
1.9—ORT Board meet-
Foundation and United Jew-
ing, 12:30 p.m :
ish Appeal conference also
council office.
are included.
The Dec. 14 schedule in-
—Advanced Leader
cludes trips to a Sephardic
ship Course, 8 p.m.
synagogue, a Falasha syna-
council office.
gogue and Temple. Emanuel.
20—Hadassah Donor;
Following dinner, the tour
noon, Cong. Beth
will hear Golda Meir at a
Israel.
UJA banquet.
—Joint Board of Edu-
For information, call Max-
cation, 8 p.m., Cong.
ine Kronick, chairman of the
. Beth Israel.
youth activities committee,
21—Women's Service
732-9324, or the council office,
Committee, noon,
767-5922.
council office.
—Board of Governors
Immorality in the home. is
Meeting, 8 p.m.,
like a worm on vegetables.
council office.
—Talmud
* * *
Flint Chapter, Women's
American ORT, will partici-
pate in a service in honor of
Women's American ORT' on
ORT Sabbath 8 p.m. today at
Temple Beth El. Rabbi Ger-
ald Schuster will officiate.
Chapter - members will have
an oneg shabat following the
services, announces Jennifer
Walters,_ education chairman.
*. * *
Beth Israel Sisterhood will
have a book sale 11 a.m.-9
p.m. Nov. 24-27 at Eastland
Mall, announces P a ulin e
Biesman, chairman. Anyone
with books to donate or who
wants to work on the sale
may call. Mrs. Biesman, 238-
9338. Proceeds will benefit
the religious school.

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Day Camp Season
Planning Started .

The day camp committee of
the Flint Jewish Community
Council, is beginning to make
plans for the 1975 camping
season, announces Marilyn
Megdell, chairman. Persons
interested in serving on the
day camp committee may
call Mrs. Megdell, 767-1972.
The council is taking appli-
cations for day- camp direc-
tor and staff. For informa-
tion, call the Council office,
767-5922.

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