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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-06-10

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56 Friday, June 10, 1977

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Youth News

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BNAI DAVID junior con-
gregation will close out the
year with a special youth
Shabat 10 a.m. June 18. At-
tendance awards will be
presented to all children
who have attended youth
services throughout the
year, while members of the
Atid senior group will help
to lead services and the To-
rah reading in the main con-
gregation. Everyone will
join for a youth luncheon
immediately following serv-
ices, to honor all members
of the Bnai David youth pro-
gram. For reservations by
Thursday, call the syna-
gogue youth line, 557-8325.

Masada (grades 7-8) will
hold its year-end trip to
Cedar Point June 17. Mem-
Parties Dance 8, Special Occasions
bers are requested to meet
at 7:30 a.m. at the syna-
544-0454
546-5797,
gogue. Bus transportation
is being provided, and mem-
ber
discounts can be ar-
For the right diamond
ranged in advance. For in-
At the right price
formation, call adviser
Danny Kaplan, 398-7422.
Buy with confidence
- Ha-or (grades 5-6) will
close the year with a day at
Cedar Point June 21, meet-
ing 7:30 a.m. at the syna-
gogue. Bus transportation
Diamonds - Jewelry
will be provided, and spe-
30400 Telegraph Rd., Suite 134, Birm.
cial discounts will be given
Mon. Fri. 9:30 6, Sat. by Appt.
to members who helped
642-5575
with the group candy sale.
For reservations by June
The year-end family pic-
17, call the adviser Steve
nic, scheduled for Sunday,
Kideckel, 968-1765.
Super Selection Of
has been re-scheduled for
Ruach (grades 3-4) will
June 19 at Oak Park Major spend a day at Bob-Lo June
Park. Festivities will begin 23, meeting 9 a.m. at the
at 11:30 a.m. with games, synagogue. Parents are
For Your Home
prizes and a marshmallow needed to drive the children
We repair, refinish, restore
roast. Picnic location signs to the boat dock. For infor-
will be posted at the park.
mation, contact adviser
almost anything
Atid senior group mem- Marla Magy, 356-5749.
Repeat by demand
bers elected Steve Dines
For details on youth activ-
FREE Blocking of Needewort with CUSTOM FRAMING
president at its election ities at Bnai David, contact
meeting on May 29. Other the synagogue youth line,
officers are Katie Lazarus 557-8325.
and Ross Foner, vice presi-
***
dents; Diane Shaw and
BNAI MOSHE youth
Barry Shulak, secretaries;
and Marcie Zumberg, treas- groups will participate in
urer. Atid will hold a city- Shabat services 10 a.m. Sat-
19666 W. 10 Mile Rd.
wide
dance 8 p.m. June 20 urday in the synagogue. Ki-
Southfield
356-4449
at the synagogue. For infor- dush will follow. Petite
Mon-Fri. 1-6 Thurs till 8
mation, contact adviser luncheon will be served.
Sat 11-6 Sun. 1-5
The youth groups will
Hartley Harris. 968-3563.
join for a Maccabiah Day 1
p.m. Sunday at the syna-
gogue. There will be
games. prized and sports
events. Luncheon will be
served. Admission is free,
and friends are invited.
The youth department
will
sponsor a family outing
• Experience,in administration,
to Cedar Point June 19.
teaching and counseling
There is a charge, and
• Ph.D -Author
transportation and park ad-
• Age 33 and married with two
mission are included. The
children, ages 5 and 8
bus will leave from the
• Homeowner
synagogue at 7:30 a.m. Res-
ervations are required.
For information, call
Hanan
Weizman, youth di-
For better education for our children,
rector, 626-2355, or the syna-
gogue, 548-9000.

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YOUNG ISRAEL TEENS
of the National Conference
of Synagogue Youth will
hold their fifth annual
Torah Fund Music Festival,
featuring the Eliat Duo,
7:30 p.m. Sunday at Young
Israel of Greenfield. Pro-
ceeds from the concert will
go towards Torah Fund,
NCSY's national tzedakah
program. For ticket infor-
mation, call Cheryl Ginns,
Torah Fund concert chair-
man, 559-1704, or Janet
Fink, president, 967-3073.
***
BETH ACHIM
Lahav
United Synagogue Youth in-
Stalled Ilene Mitz as presi-
dent at the group's recent
installation. Other officers
are Susan Friedman and
Lorin Subar, vice presi-
dents; and Bob Goldsmith,
treasurer. Adviser Larry
Sklar installed the officers.
The group will hold its first
summer program, USY on
Wheels, June 28. Homes are
needed for touring students
for one night. For informa-
tion, call Ilene Mitz, 544-
7449.

Akiva Students to Graduate

Akiva Hebrew Day School
will graduate its largest
graduating class 8 p.m.
June 21 in the LaMed Audi-
torium of the main United
Hebrew Schools building.
The graduates are:

Janet Adler, Cheryl Balban, Gail
Berlin, David Cohen, Marcia Fink,
Lynda Goldenberg, Jnd$h Gunsberg,
Stuart Hershman, Gary Karp, Annie
Kebnan, Samuel Kelm an, Susan K end-
ler. Sharona Koenigsberg, Noah Levi,
David Rabinsky, Sarah Ryba, Moreen
Silver, Ronald Scbwartzberg, Barbara
Siegal, Lynn Stram, Howard Tanzman
and Julie Torgow.

Students receiving special
honors are Donna Zwas,
winner of a trophy and dic-
tionary as a district spell-
ing bee winner in the De-
troit News Metropolitan
Spelling Bee: and Dena
Greenbaum, who scored in
the 99th percentile in math-
ematics and in the 98th per-
centile in the verbal test on
the PSAT-NMSQ exam-
inations. qualifying her for
the semi-finalist com-
petition for the National
Merit Scholarship Award.

,
.

David Cohen was
awarded a four-year tuition
grant at Michigan State Uni-
versity: Cheryl Balban,
won a tuition grant scholar-
ship to the University of
Michigan; Stuart Hershman
was recognized as a Re-
gents-Alumni Scholar for
1977 at the University of
Michigan and Annie Kel-
man and Sarah Ryba won
four-year merit scholar-
ships to Wayne State Uni-
versity.

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