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November 21, 1975 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-11-21

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Young Israel Youth Plan Shabaton

Young Israel Teens and
Junior Young Israel Teens
will have an inter-chapter
mini Shabaton this weekend
at Young Israel of Green-
field. Toledo and Windsor
chapters also will partici-
pate

The program will include
meals, Torah study ses-
sions, a talent show, an ice
cream social and other ac-
tivities.
For information, call Ju-
lie Torgow, 548-0424 or Ja-
net Fink, 399-0668.

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A combination of "Old and New Tunes" will be sung by Ursula Walker

The Ramada Inn will offer a choice of three main
entrees complete with crisp tossed salad, baked
potato, coffee, tea or milk, $6, plus gratuity.

ADVANCE TICKETS MAY BE PURCHASED AT
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Bnai David Youth Events

Cong. Bnai David Chavay-
rim group (ages 13-18) will
hold its first bagel and
cream cheese breakfast and
meeting 10:15 a.m. Sunday
at the synagogue. Meeting
topics will include the inter-
congregational basketball
will hold its annual Hanuka league, election nomina-
Auction 6:30 p.m. Sunday in tions and future events.
There is a nominal charge
the synagogue social hall.
The auction will benefit for non-members. For infor-
the youth groups. Admis- mation, call Mayer Fox,
sion includes light refresh- 557-5085, or the Youthline,
ments. The public is wel- 557-8325.
Macabbee group (6, 7 and
come. For information, call
Judy Frank, chairperson, 8th graders) will go duckpin
851-2294, Cindy Tarnoff, bowling Sunday in Windsor,
968-8827, or Jeff Shiovitz, meeting 2 p.m. in the youth
lounge. Nominations for
352-8309.
group officers will be held,
and programming will be
discussed.

Adat Shalom Youth to Hold
Ongei Shabat Celebrations

Adat Shalom Synagogue's
Migdal Tzion (grades 9-12)
youth group will have an
oneg Shabat 8 p.m. today in
the home of Lisa and Rachel
Lieberman, 3334 Winches-
ter, West Bloomfield.
The program will be on
Hanuka. Singing, dancing
and refreshments will fol-
low the program. For direc-
tions and information call
Lisa or Rachel, 626-1504, or
Jeff Shiovitz, adviser,
352-8309.
Shoresh (grades 7 and 8)
will have its oneg Shabat 8
p.m. today in the home of
Sandy Vieder, 29876 North-
brook, Farmington.

BBYO

Activities

The program will be on
Jewish heroes. There will
be singing, dancing and
refreshments following the
program. For information
and directions, call Sandy,
626-8195 or Cindy Tarnoff,
adviser, 968-8827.

The BBYO board of direc-
tors will meet 8 p.m. Mon-
day in the downstairs meet-
ing room of the Bnai Brith
office. The BBYO television
show "It's Your Turn" will
be shown.
The Great Lakes AZA
The youth department Council announces Harry
Glanz is chairman and
Teens Participate
Chuck Berman, co-chair-
man, of the the AZA basket-
in Synagogue Fair
ball league which will begin
Kadimah United Syn-
in January. Both are from
agogue Youth (grades 7-8)
Einstein AZA.
will have a booth at Cong.
Michigan BBYO an-
Bnai Moshe's Hanuka Ba- nounces its AZA advisers
zaar 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Sunday. are: Rusty Segal, Akiba
Money from Kadimah fund AZA; Sheldon Gilbert, Jol-
raisers will go for scholar- son AZA; David Walt,
ships for the Toronto Week-
Kishon AZA; Fred Golden-
end in May. For information
berg, L'Chaim AZA; Stew-
on Kadimah activities, con- art Markofsky, Benny AZA;
tact adviser Sharon Landau,
and Steve Segel, Samson
545-6951.
Aza. New BBG advisers are:
Junior congregation mem- Helene Goldenberg, Gan
bers will hold a menora-
Dafna BBG; Lynn Fink,
making party 1:30 p.m. Sun- Kadimah BBG; Elaine Ho-
day in the youth lounge.
rowitz, Sabra BBG; and
Unalutzim U6 Y (grades Donna Abraham and Mir-
5-6) will hold a Hanuka iam Lazarus, Yachad BBG,
party 3:30 p.m. Nov. 30 in Windsor.
the youth lounge. For infor-
Hannah Senesh BBG
mation on Chalutzim activi- has elected Amy Ross
ties, contact adviser Steve president. The chapter is
Kideckel, 968-1765.
currently seeking new
For information on youn- members and is open to
ger youth activities, contact Jewish girls 14-18. For in-
youth coordinator Hartley formation, call Amy,
Harris, 968-3563 or the 851 4085, or the BBYO of-
youth lounge, 548-3123.
fice, 354-6113.

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November 21, 1975 35

Senior USY and Talit
and Tefilin Club will have
an installation of officers
following Shabat services
Saturday. Luncheon will
be served, and there will
be a guest speaker in the
board room.

Cong. Beth Achim's Kadi-
mah youth group will have a
Hanuka party 7:30 p.m.
Nov. 29 in the synagogue.
The evening will include a
speaker, candle lighting,
singing, movie, grab bag and
refreshments. There is a
nominal charge.
Youth age 11-13 are in-
vited. For information, call
Leah Herman, adviser,
547-0708.

Cong. Bnai David will be-
gin a second junior congre-
gation 10 a.m. Nov. 29 in the
yough lounge for ages 4-8.
This service is for those with
limited or no Hebrew. For
information, call Debi Chin-

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The senior group will
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Beth Achim Youth
Set Hanuka Party

There is a charge. For
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sky, 356-7238. The junior
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