THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
34 Friday, January 21, 1977
to Hear Speaker
Following the NCSY
BNAI DAVID youth Road, Southfield, 8 p.m.
Sabbath morning service,
will begin its series of Feb. 5.
For information on the synagogue's men's
Bnai David youth ac- club will host a Kidush for
weekend retreats today.
tivities, contact the the youth and the adult
Young people in Masada
synagogue youth line, congregation in Nus-
(grades 7 and 8), led by
baum Hall. On this occa-
Danny Kaplan, and Atid
sion the men's club gift of
(grades 9-12), led by
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classroom furniture in
Hartley Harris, will be at
Camp Tamarack today
BETH ABRAHAM- memory of Willie Opperer
through Sunday. Theme HILLEL'S National Con- will be dedicated. The
for Shabat discussion will ference of Synagogue Shabat youth luncheon
be: `_`Arab Terrorists: Youth — Dor Chadash will be hosted by the Heb-
Their Goals and How Youth will host NCSY rew school's PTO.
They Attempt to Achieve teenagers from Chicago,
Following the Sunday
Them." Shabat services Buffalo and Ontario at a
will be led by members of Shabaton weekend youth service, breakfast
the junior congregation.
today-Sunday in the will be hosted by ,sister-
Children in the Ruach synagogue. Steve Cohen, hood and men's club, fol-
(grades 3 and 4) and Beth Abraham-Hillel's lowed by adjournment.
Ha-Or (grades 5 and 6) Dor Chadash adviser, is
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groups will attend their in charge of arrange-
Tamarack weekend re- ments, with the assis-
CONG. BETH SHALOM
treat on Jan. 28-30. Par- tance of the host group's
ticipants are invited to president Risa Calmen- junior congregation
members who have regu-
meet 7:30 p.m. Tuesday in son.
the youth lounge to help
Zerach Greenfield, De- larly attended Shabat
assemble kits and mate- troit representative of junior congregation ser-
rials that will be distri- the national NCSY, will vices, will attend a per-
buted during the head youth leaders to formance of "Beauty and
supervise and direct the the Beast," Sunday at the
Southfield Civic Center.
Junior congregation will Shabaton.
continue to hold regular
NCSY'ers will conduct
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weekly services for youth Sabbath services 5:30
during the Tamarack p.m. today, at 9:30 a.m.
YACHAD United Syn-
weekends. All groups will and 4:30 p.m. Saturday. agogue Youth will have a
meet at 10 a.m., with youth - During the Friday night disco dance party 8:30
age 8-10 in the choir room, dinner following services, p.m. Jan. 29 at Cong. Beth
and youth age 11 and older Rabbi Israel I. Halpern, Shalom. There is a
gathering in the chapel. spiritual leader of the charge. The group will
Story Hour for youth age congregation, will speak have services and break-
on "The Future Is Now."
4-7 also will be held.
fast with the men's club
Atid seniors (grades Parents of the teenagers 8:15 a.m. at Cong. Beth
9-12) will attend an open and members of the con- Moses. For reservations
lounge night at the offices gregation have been in- and information, call
of the National Confer- vited to the Shabaton's
Sherrie Frank, 534-9376,
ence of Synagogue Youth Friday night service and or Diane Goldring, 851-
(NCSY), 17071 W. 10 Mile dinner.
Youth Will Sell Trees for JNF
Drive in Honor of Tu b'Shevat
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BETH ACHIM Lahav
and Kadima groups will
go to Camp Tamarack
Feb. 18-20. For reserva-
tions, by Monday, call
Larry Sklar, adviser,
626-6266. Kadima still is
seeking bowlers far its
bowling league. To join,
contact Jody Jacobs at
the synagogue, 352-8670.
Lahav will join Cong.
Shaarey Zedek and Adat
Shalom Synagogue Un-
ited Synagogue Youth
chapters for dinner and a
sleighride 6:45 p.m.
Saturday beginning at
Leaders of the Bnai Brith Great Lakes AZA Council Cong. Shaarey Zedek and
and of the Bnai Brith Youth Orgnization are planning ending at Upland Hills
the annual Tu b'Shevat tree-planting drive for Isi-ael, Farms. There is a charge.
through the Jewish National Fund. Participating in the For reservations, call
planning are, from left, seated: Marc Mege, Rose Chap- Pam Lippitt, 353-4477.
ter; David Weiner ; Rose; Brandon West, Posen; Marc
Goldstrom, special projects chairman of Great Lakes
Council, AZA; Eric Wiener, Goode; David Bean, Goode; conducts Shabat services
and Jeff Adler, Rose president; standing: Rick Behar, Saturday mornings in the
Beber president; Arnold Weiner, AZA director Michi- synagogue•for
gan Region BBYO; Alan Kideckel, Samson; Joel Stitel-
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man, Akiba Martin Brown, L'Chaim; and Bruce Moss,
president, Great Lakes AZA Council. Not shown are
BNAI MOSHE Senior
Barry Dobruisin of Samson Chapter and Howard Sher-
man of Sporn Chapter.
United Synagogue Youth
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Group will have an execu-
Bnai Brith Great Lakes scribed in the Torah. A tive board meeting 2 p.m.
AZA Council and Bnai Great Lakes AZA Grove Sunday in the synagogue.
Brith Youth Organizati- will be planted in the The Tamarack weekend
jon leaders are preparing Bnai Brith Martyrs' and elections will be dis-
cussed. For information,
for their annual Tu Forest.
Participating in the call the synagogue youth
drive for Israel, through drive with the Detroit office, 548-3123, or Han an
the Jewish National chapters are Herzl AZA, Weizman, 626-2355.
Fund, to take place Jan. Windsor; Wasserman
Kadimah USY will go
AZA, Grand Rapids; Eilat
According to Marc BBYO; Ann Arbor; and bowling Sunday, meeting
Goldstrom, - special pro- Strauss BBYO of Mt. 2 p.m. at the synagogue.
Youth in grades seven
jects chairman of the Clemens.
Great Lakes Council, the
For information or to and eight are invited. For
goal of the drive is to sell join the tree planting, call information, call- Terry
613 trees reminiscent of the Bnai Brith youth or- Moss, 557-0490, or the
synagogue youth office.
the 613 mitzvot pre- ganization, 354fi113.
Halutzim USY will meet
2 p.m. Sunday at the
synagogue for a winter
sports day. The youth will
go to the home of Mrs.
Betty Weiner in Far-
mington Hills to go skat-
ing, sledding and tobog-
ganing. There is a charge.
For information, call Gail
Kessler, 352-8127, or the
synagogue youth office.
Youth in grades five and
six are invited.
Giborim USY will meet
2 p.m. Sunday at the
synagogue for an after-
noon of winter sports to
be held at the Weiner
home. Youth is grades
three and four are in-
vited. There is a charge.
For information, call
Nancy Anderman, 546-
5797, or the synagogue
The Scoliosis Club will
present Dr. David Cor-
bett, radiologist at Chil-
dren's Hospital, who will
speak on radiation in
standing X-rays, 8 p.m.
Wednesday, at the Ken-
nedy Elementary School,
Southfield. A question-
and-answer period will
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SETTINGS--OSTANT PASSPORT PHOTOS
TEENS will attend a
Shabaton this weekend at
Cong. Beth Abraham-
The YlTeens will see
the Toronto Pirchei Con-
cert Sunday at Oak Park
High School. Students
are requested to meet at 7
p.m. at Young Israel of
Oak-Woods. There is a
charge. For reservations,
call Lisa Korman, 557-
The youth group will
sponsor a youth Shabat
Jan. 28 and 29 at Young
Israel of Oak-Woods.
Housing will be made av-
ailable. There is a charge.
For information, call
Sheri Mandel, 542-3067.
YlTeens will hold a gen-
eral board meeting 7 p.m.
Feb. 1 in the home of Mark
and Mike Eisneberg,
14261 W. 10 Mile, Oak
The youth will host the
Central East Northern
District Shabaton Feb.
25-27. Persons interested
in volunteering or attend-
ing may call Janet Fink,
22101 Coolidge 1 Block So of 9 Mi
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