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1
BNAI DAVID youth
will celebrate Purim with
the reading of the
Megillat Esther on
Thursday. Children will
gather at 6 p.m. in groups,
and then march into the
main congregation for
the reading. Youth age
4-7 will meet in the Story
Hour room, while ,chil-
dren age 8-10 will meet in
the choir room. Youth age
11 and older will gather in
the chapel. A special chil-
dren's Purim party will
follow the reading, with
refreshments supplied by
the sisterhood. Prizes will
be awarded for costumes.
All children are invited.
The youth program will
onsor a family night at
Ice-Capades on March
. Parents and children
will gather at 6 p.m. in the
youth lounge, and pro-
ceed by chartered bus to
Olympia Stadium. Tick-
_ ets are limited and must
be purchased in advance.
Deadline is March 4. For
information, contact the
youth line, 557-8325.
Junior congregation
* V. * *

oe

and Story Hour will spon-
sor a Shabat youth
luncheon for all members
and their friends at noon
Saturday in the syna-
gogue.

Awards will be pre-
sented Saturday in the
main congregation to
junior congregation mem-
bers who have attended
regular youth services.
Honorees are: Lilly
Glancy, Alan Goodwin,
David Handler, Sheryl
Markel, Steve Markel,
Lori Mevis, Lisa Orechkin,
Elizabeth Plotke, Fred
Pollack, Ricky Schreiman,
Marilyn Schwartz, Sheree
Stein, Eva Tugman, Hilary
Zales and Marshall Zweig.

Masada (grades 7-8)
will attend a disco dance
at the Jewish Community
Center on Saturday. The
group will gather at 7:30
p.m. in the youth lounge.
For reservations, contact
adviser Danny Kaplan at
398-7422 (evenings), or
group secretary Jim
Kovalsky, 968-2272.
Ruach (grades 3 and 4)
will hold a Purim celebra-
Fresh Air Plans
tion 1:30 pan. Sunday in
the youth lounge. For in-
Teen England Trip formation,
contact ad-
The Fresh Air Society viser Marla Magy, 356-
will sponsor a-teen trip to 5749.
Great Britain in July.
For details on Bnai
The program includes David youth activities,
camping in England, contact the synagogue
sightseeing in London youth line, 557-8325, days
and Shabat celebrations or on Wednesday and
with Jewish families in Thursday nights.
* * *
London and Manchester.
The trip is available to
BETH ACHIM Lahav
former Tamarack partic- will host its annual Purim
ipants who have com- carnival noon Sunday in
pleted the 11th or 12th theyouth lounge of Cong.
grade-by June.
Beth Achim. There will be
The trip will be led by games and prizes. There
Jonathan Fingerhut, a is a nominal charge.
former Camp Tamarack Chairmen for the after-
staff member.-
noon Ore: David Tugen-
For information, call der and Rob Weinfeld.
the Fresh Air Society of- F6r . information, call
fices, 851-7733.
David, 541-4925.

UHS to Host Maxwell House:
It's a Tradition
Seminar

The Festival of Purim
starts on the eve of the
holiday . . . when the
family hears the story of
Queen Esther. It's a tra-
dition. And so is serving
Maxwell House Coffee.
Maxwell House's "good
to the last - drop" flavor
never varies. It's become
the favorite coffee at
holiday gatherings and a
tradition in Jewish homes
for half a dentury. Enjoy
both Instant and Regular
Maxwell House.

. DR. LOUIS NULMAN,

United Hebrew Schools
will host the second an-
nual Day School Profes-
'onal Seminar for the
ree local day schools
arch 17. The faculties of
Akiva, Beth Yehuda, and
Hillel will attend the
morning session.
Dr. Louis Nulman, di-:
rector of research, Na-
tional- Society for Hebrew
Day Schools and director,
Samuel Fryer Educa-
tional Research Founda-
tion for Teaching of Moral
Values of Torah
Umesorah, will be the
featured speaker.

1

I

Men's Clubs

BETH ACHIM MEN'S
CLUB announces reser-
vations are still ,..being
taken for its annual
Purim dinner-dance to be
held 8:3Q p.m. March 5 in
the sSinagogue, an-
nounces Allen Sterns,
dinner chairman. For re:-
servations, call the
synagogue, 352-8670. The
public is invited.

Esther was willing to
sacrifice her position as
queen and life itself to
save her people. Book of
Esther 3:4; 4:16.

THE,DETI1Q1T,..1EWISH PEWS

Youth News

Pam Lippitt, president
of Lahav, and Steve Be-
rkal will attend the
USY Central Region
Senior Retreat today
through Sunday in Cleve-
land.
Junior congregation
meets lo- a.m. every
Saturday morning in the
youth lounge for Sabbath
services. All area youth
age 8-13 are invited.

* * *

BNAI MOSHE Senior
United Synagogue Youth
will have a cultural
luncheon, service and so-
cial hour with Cong. Beth
Shalom's Senior USY 10
a.rn. Saturday in the Bnai
* * *

Jerusalem Project
Is Inaugurated

NEW YORK — Stu-
dents and adults will
have the opportunity to
mark the historic 10th
anniversary of the reuni-
fication of Jerusalem
through a special
Jerusalem Creativity
Project.
The project is .co-
sponsored by the Board of
Jewish Education of Gre-
ater New York with the
Department of Education
and- Culture, and De-
partment of Torah Edu-
catiOn and Culture of the
WZO, the American
Zionist Youth Founda-
tion, and the Youth De-
partment of the Jewish
National Fund.
There
are
three
categories for entry,
either in English or Heb-
rew; Elementary, Junior
High School, and High
School and Adults. Origi-
nal ideas are encouraged,
and there is a complete
list of suggested ac-
tiv,ities, ranging from
poems to photographic
collages to crossword
puzzles for each category
'which is available. Dead-
line for submission of all
entries is March 20. -
For information, V in-
cluding a list of suggested
activities, write Shlomo
Goldman, Board of
Jewish Education of Gre-
ater New York, 426 W.
58th St., New York, N.Y.
10019.

Moshe Chapel. A kidush
will follow. For informa-
tion, call Hanan Weizman
at the youth office, 548-
3123.
Story Hour will have a
program for children ages
2 1/2-6 10 a.m. Saturday in
the youth room, and will
join the main congrega-
tion for a kidush at noon.
Junior congregation
will meet 10 a.m. Satur-
day in the board room.
Youth age 7-13 are in-
vited to services followed
by a kidush.
Kadimah USY will have
a tobogganing party Sun-
day, meeting 2 p.m. in the
synagogue. Youth in
grades 7 and 8 are invited.
There is a charge. Drivers
are needed. For infornia-
tion, call Terry Moss, 557--
0496, or the youth office.

Senior USY will have a
board meeting 7 p.m.
Monday in the synagogue
to • discuss Purim pro-
gramming and the forth-
coming regional conven-
tion.
The Moadon (youth
lounge) will be open 7-9
p.m. Mondays for boys
and girls of all ages be-

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Hillel Day School will
present its second annual
Zimriya — Israeli song
festival — 7 p.m. Wednes-
day in the school gym-
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Under the direction of
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through five will perform
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Several children in
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Among them is sixth
grader Jeffrey Chajes,
who has appeared with
the Jewish Community
Center Symphony Or-
chestra. A group of
seventh grade students
will sing popular music
selections.
A dance group also is
scheduled to appar. The
community is invited.

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