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January 17, 1975 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-01-17

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Tamarack Weekend to Start Today for &alai Moshe Youth

Bnai Moshe youth, grades
4-6, will begin their annual
Tamarack Weekend today at
the Or t on v ill e campsite.
Youngsters will participate in
outdoor activities along with
religious services based on
a cultural theme.
A Tamarack Weekend will
be held Feb. 14-16 for Ka-
dima (grades 7-8) members.
Senior United Synagogue
Youth will also .attend. Mark
Baumgarten and Debbie
Lewin are co-chairmen of

the weekend. For informa-
tion, contact adviser, Sharon
Landau, 545 6951.-
Junior Congregation will
attend a Detroit Pistons bas-
ketball game Jan. 26, meet-
ing 1:30 p.m. at the syna-
gogue. Friends are invited.
Ticket reservation forms
must be given to the Bnai
Moshe office in advance. For
information, contact youth
adviser, Steve Kideckel, 968-
1765. Junior Congregation
holds services 10 a.m. Satur-

days for youngsters ages
9-13.
The Giborim (grades 3-4)
will see the Shrine Circus
Feb. 2. The Halutzim (grades
5-6)-and Kadima (grades 7-8)
will attend the circus Feb. 9.
Story Hour -is held every

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36—Friday, January 17,1975 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Saturday morning at 10 a.m.
for youngsters ages 3-5 and
6-9 during regular Shabat
services.
For information, contact
Danny Kaplan at the syna-
gogue office, 548-9000.

Junior YI Teens Plan Activities

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Junior Young Israel Teens •at 1:30 p.m. and return after
(grades 6-8) will sponsor a the ride for- refreshments.
special weekend program for - Friends are invited.
all its members, beginning
Story Hour is held 10 a.m.
Jana
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JANUARY
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Rube, Robert Kelman, Alan
Klein, Michael Eisenberg,
Uriel Levi and - Daniel Koen-
igsberg. Debbie Engel, Cheryl
Servitter and Anita Singal
are chairmen. Those interest-
ed in attending the weekend
may contact Hartley Harris,
coordinator, 968-3563.
Halutzim (grades 3-5) Will
hold a sleigh ride Jan. 26 at
Roy's Ranch, West Bloom-
field. The group will leave
Young Israel of Greenfield

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Hebrew and Jewish folk
music will be presented 7:30
p.m. Jan. 26 at Cong. Bnai
David. "Judaism-In Concert"
is co-sponsored by Koctiav
Chapter of the National Con-
ference of Synagogue Youth
and Bnei Akiva-Galil Detroit,
religious Zionist youth organ-
ization.
Featured in the program
will be the Kol Yisrael En-
semble with Mark Golden-
berg. Guest star will be Osh
Sebrow, who will sing orig-
inal English-Jewish f o 1 k
songs:
Guest speaker will be Shi-
all Tadmor, leader of the
Gadna program, the youth
training arm of the Israel
Defense Forces. Max Sosin
will be the emcee.
For ticket and group rate
information, contact Shelley
Stein, 424-8279, or Sarah Ry-
ba, 548-0692.

Shaarey Zedek
Lists Youth Events

Junior Congregation will
have a luncheon following
services on Jan. 25 in the
youth lounge. The group will
hold a basketball game 1
p.m. Feb. 2 at Southfield-
.Lathrup High School. The
intercity United Synagogue
social-Monte Carlo night will
be held Feb. 8, following
services.
Kadima will attend the
Detroit Pistons-Chicago Bulls
basketball game 3 p.m. Jan.
26 at Cobo Arena. The group
will hold a Shabaton week-
end with the Cincinnati
chapter Feb. 14-16.
Haver im, United Syna-
gogue Juniors, will . sponsor a
Havdala dinner and skating
party Jan. 18. The group will
also participate in the Purim
carnival Feb. 23 at the syna-
gogue.



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