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February 28, 1975 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-02-28

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

38 Friday; February 28, 1975

1 Youth News

1

Camp Program Seeks Campers

Wilderness Bound is a
camping program for teens
who wish to learn about
plant life, geological forma-
tions and animals.
The program includes

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trips to Yellowstone, Grand
Teton and Colorado's Rocky
Mountain National Park.
Cost of the four-week ses-
sion includes transporta-
tion, food, tents and miscel-
laneous items. Campers
must provide their own
sleeping bags and back-
packs.
Sessions will be held June
21-July 19 and July 25-Aug.
23. For information, call the
coordinators, Mark Kriger,
in Ann Arbor; 662-8108, or
John Rothschild, also in
Ann Arbor, 761-4338, or
write Wilderness Bound,
736 State St., Ann Arbor,
48104.

There is as much greatness in
owning a good turn as in doing
it.

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Cong. Shaarey Zedek's
junior congregation will
send 37 delegates to the re-
gional United Synagogue
Youth convention March
21-23 at the Sheraton-Cadil-
lac Hotel.
The group will visit the
residents of Federation
Apartments March 8, and
also announces forms are
available to order Passover
candy. For information on
either event, call Sherry
Smerling, 626-9169, or Les-
lie Bornstein, 352-8749.
A basketball contest for
boys and girls will be held

The Great Lakes BBG
Council announces • the ap-

HAVING A PARTY

March 16 at Southfield-
Lathrup High School.
Kadima will have an
oneg Shabat March 7. For
information, call Yoram
Dahav, 352-2678. The
group will have an athletic
program 1 p.m. March 16
at Southfield-Lathrup
High School.
Chaverim invites youth to
its Sabbath services held
10:30 a.m. Saturdays in
Room 8 at Shaarey Zedek.
The group will have a lunch-
eon March 15 to honor chil-
dren born in January, Feb-
ruary and March.

pointment of Ilene Lubin of
Savage BBG as chairman
for the Elections Training
Conclave in May, and Cindy
Katanick of Masada BBG as
chairman for the District 6
Convention in June.

Two new BBYO chapters
are currently being formed
in the West Bloomfield
area. Boys interested in
AZA may call Gordon She-
wach, 851-0193, and girls
interested in BBG may call
Shelly Smoler, 626-2454, or
the BBYO office, 354-6113.

Samson AZA will play
the WWWW disc jockeys in
a basketball game 8 p.m.
Saturday at Norup Junior
High School, 14450 Manhat-
tan, Oak Park. Funds raised
from the game will be do-
nated to the BBYO Interna-
tional Service Fund. For in-
formation, call Alan or Burt
Kideckel, 968-4857.

1 Births 1

Feb. 24 — To Dr. and Mrs.
Robert Sandy (Elaine Be-
gel), former Detroiters of
Indianapolis, a son, Steven
Aaron.
* * *
Feb. 11 — To Mr. and
Mrs. William C. Appel Jr.
(Sharon Galin), 5750.
Whethersfield Ln., Bir-
mingham, a daughter, Stacy
Diane.
* * *
Feb. 11 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur Liss (Beverly
Bein of Texas), 19774 Cran-
brook Dr., a daughter, Lind-
sey Audra.
*• * *
Feb. 10 — To Mrs. and
Mrs. Gilbert Alan Getz
(Nancy Jean Israel), 14501
Park, Oak Park, a daughter,
Alissa Nell.
* * *
Feb. 10 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Dennis Grodin (Rob-
erta Fleisher), 26660 Frank-
lin Pointe Dr., Southfield, a
son, Randall Harlan.

*

* *

Jan. 29 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Edward Dorfman
(Mary Bishop), 29215 South-
gate, Southfield, a daugh-
ter, Roslyn Ann.

To Mr. and Mrs. Gary L.
Sanders (Sharon M. Lin-.
den), 25228 Branchaster
Rd., Farmington Hills, an
adopted daughter, Jami
Ann.

Hebrew High
to Hold `Shul-In'

A "Shul-In," sponsored by
the student council of
United Hebrew High
School, will be held 8:30
p.m. March 8 and continue
until 8:30 a.m. March 9 at
the UHS main building.
Activities will include the
showing of the movie "Wait
Until Dark" and a square
dance, with J. Cokewell as
caller. Kenneth Stein will
speak on the Arab-Israeli
problem.
Refreshments and
fast will be served. Sta. _
who wish to attend may
pick-up permission slips at
the Hebrew High School
building.

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Hashachar to Meet

Hashachar, the Hadas-
sah-sponsored youth move-
ment, will have a meeting 2
p.m. Sunday at the Jewish
Community Center 10 Mile
branch. There will be
games, Israeli singing and
dancing, arts and crafts and
other activities. For infor-
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House, BR 3-5441.

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Kochav to Host Youth Conclave

CLUB MEETINGS
GYM RENTALS
CLASS ROOM SPACE
FUNDRAISING PROJECTS

Kochav Chapter, Bnai
David affiliate of the Na-
tional Conference of Syn-
ogogue Youth, will hold a
district convention this
weekend at Cong. Bnai
David. Kochav is part of the
Central East region. Three
hundred participants are
expected from the Midwest
states.

The Hillel Day School in Farmington is now
renting facilities in their new school building.

Friday's activities will in-

Reasonable rates

elude Shabat evening serv-
ices, followed by dinner.
Discussions, dancing, sing-
ing and games are planned.
Saturday morning serv-
ices will be held in the Ju-
lius Rothenberg Social Hall.
Luncheon will be served
with singing, dancing and
discussions. After Havdala
there will be a program. The
Ruach Revival will enter-
tain. Everyone is welcome.

Berkley. Students Honored in Math

Robert Thal and Nathan
White, students at Berkley
High School, have been
placed in the top 100 high
school students participat-
ing in the 18th annual Mich-

Call the school office

Mrs. Magid — 851-2394

,

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year coincides with most
overnight camp schedules to
enable youngsters to go to
camp and avail themselves
of Center activities. Ad-
justed fees may be ar-
ranged for those who cannot
afford the regular fee.
Member-only registration
ends April 1. General regis-
tration begins April 4. For
information or brochure,
call the Center Group Serv-
ies office, 341-4200.

SZ Youth Plan Events

AZA and BBG chapters
from Grand Rapids, Mt.
Clemens, Flint, Ann Arbor
and Windsor are expected to
participate. Allan Reider,
Wasserman AZA adviser, is
coordinating the Conclave in
Grand Rapids, while Arnold
J. Weiner is the staff coordi-
nator from the BBYO office
in Southfield.

av--1-f-'•-••ks

Evenings and Sundays

Member-only registration
is now open for the Jewish
Community Center's sum-
mer program which will
consist of two sessions, June
30-July 25 and July 29-Aug.
22.
Programs are available
for youth age 21 months
through high school and ac-
tivities are offered in the
areas of sports, the arts,
travel and exploration.
The summer schedule this

Planning has begun for
the upcoming BBYO Outs-
tate Conclave, which will
take place March 7-9, in
Grand Rapids. Chairmen
for the Conclave are Allen
Joseph of Wasserman AZA
and Elisa Joseph of Lazarus
BBG. The theme of the Con-
clave will focus around the
challenges facing Jewish
youth today and how Jewish
,rough can reinvest them-
selves into the community.

a challenging program for teenagers camping with the Arts, led by a
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Center Opens Registration
for 1975 Summer Program

igan Mathematics Prize
Competition.
The students were re-
cently honored at an awards
program held at Western
Michigan University.

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