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16 Friday, December 2, 7 1977 - THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

BETH SHALOM junior

congregation, which -meets
10 a.m. every Shabat, has
announced the new mem-
bers for this month in Per-
fect Attenders group.
The first and second
grade members are: Gary
Barris, Marla Collins, Josh-
ua Darsky. Brenda Gold,
Joshua Goodman and Shira
Greenbaum.

Michelle Auster, Jonathon
Katz, Stephen A. Weiss and

Lisa Weitzman are the new
third and fourth grade
members. Amy Widen-
baum, Scott Shy, Debra Nel-
son, Dori Singer, Alex
Greenbaum, Wendi Littky
and Harry Nelson also have
been named.

The leaders of the fifth
and sixth grade service,
Marla Magy and Alan
Pearlstein, announced that
Sheryl Freind, Cheryl Kat-
zman, Felice Katzman, Da-

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Youth News

vid Grauer, Jayson Good-
man, Michelle Freind, Julie
Finstein, Kim Yellen, Larry
Levine and Arona Pearls-
tein are members of the
P.A. group.

* * *
SHAAREY ZEDEK's Ka-

dima group (6th-8th gra-
ders) will hold an oneg Sha-
bat 8 p.m. today in the home
of Yale Cohen, 20260 Briar-
wood, Southfield.
Shabat services for youth
will be held 10 a.m. Satur-
day. Chaverim (2nd-5th gra-
ders) will meet in the youth
lounge; Kadima, Tikvah
Chapel; and junior congre-
gation, (9th-12th graders),
adult chapel.
Kadima and junior con-
gregation will set up for the
Hanuka gift fair in the youth
lounge at 8 p.m. Saturday.
The youth lounge will be
the scene of the Hanuka gift
fair to take place 9:30 a.m.-
1 p.m. Sunday in the youth
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information and reserva-
tions, call Amy Fertell, 851-
9368, or Nancy Ankerman,
546-5797.
Junior congregation will
hold Shabat morning serv-
ices 10 a.m. Saturday in the
chapel, led by adviser Mark
Eichner. Kidush will follow.
Youth age 7-13 are invited.

BETH ABRAHAM HILL-
EL MOSES' Machor youth

group will hold its installa-
tion of officers at Shabat
morning services Saturday.
Luncheon will follow in
Goodman Hall. There is a
charge. For information,
call Andrea Rogoff, 531-
1418, or the Hebrew school
office, 851-6880.
A Hanuka brunch for
Machor members will take
place Sunday, in the social
hall.

Story Hoar will meet 10
a.m. Saturday in the play-
room for prayers, songs,
games, dancing, refresh-
ments and -kidush. Marilyn
Freilich is adviser.

Machor will hold a Ha-
nuka party Dec. 18 in the
youth lounge.

For information on Mach-
or activities, aimed at youth
age 9-12, call Ms. Rogoff or
the synagogue.
Dor Hadash Teens beat
the Beth Shalom team 45-8
Nov. 20 in the inter-
congregational basketball
league.
The youth will participate
in a Hanuka brunch Sunday
in the social hall. Dor Ha-
dash will co-host the lunch-
eon and sell candles.
For information on Dor
Hadash activities, call De-
nise Fruman, Dor Hadash
adviser, 354-6184.
* * *
BNAI MOSHE'S Senior
United Synagogue youth
group will meet 10 a.m.
Saturday in the board room
for services, led by adviser
Sandy Silver. Youth in
grades 9-12 are invited. Ki-
dush will follow.
Senior USY will go roll-
erskating 7:30 p.m. Satur-
day at Ambassador Roller
Rink in Clawson. All high
school students are invited.
at a nominal charge. For

Bnai Moshe Youth groups
will hold separate Hanuka
parties Sunday. Rishonim
will -meet 1:30 p.m. in the
synagogue. Youth in grades
1 and 2 will make Hanuka
decorations, play dreidel
and games. Refreshments
will be served. Friends are
invited. For information,
call Ms. Freilich, 546-5285.
Giborim for youth in
grades 3-5 will meet with
adviser Joanie Fischer 2
p.m. Sunday in the syna-
gogue for Hanuka stories,
games, songs, dancing, re-
freshments and decoration-
making. Friends . are in-
vited. For information, call
Mrs: Fischer, 968-2542.
Kadimah USY for youth
in grades 6-8 will meet 2
p.m. Sunday in the syna-
gogue for a Hanuka celebra-
tion. For information, call
adviser Fred Fischer, 968-
2542.

A synagogue-sponsored
Hanuka party will take
place 3 p.m. Sunday in the
synagogue. There will be a
candlelighting ceremony
and traditional refresh-
. ments will be served. For
information, call youth di-
rector, Hanan Weizman,
626-2355.

Talit and Tefilin Club will
meet 8:30 p.m. Sunday for
breakfast and services.
Bowling will follow. Elliot
Margolis is group director.
Youth age 13-18 are invited.
For information, call Mar-,
golis, 545-0236.

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BNAI DAVID youth pro-
gram will hold its second
annual youth installation.
weekend today and Satur-
day. Activities will begin
7:30 p.m. today with a fam-
ily oneg Shabat in the chap-
el. A short evening service
will be conducted by the
children, while Rabbi Mor-
ton Yolkut will install youth
group and junior congrega-
tion officers. Cantor Hyman
Adler will also lead the
synagogue choir in the sing-
ing of Hanuka songs. A re-
ception will follow.
A youth luncheon will take
place Saturday, immedi-
ately following a 10 a.m.
installation of officers and
awards presentation to
members of junior congre-
gation.
Festivities will conclude
with a Hanuka talent show
7:30 p.m. Saturday in the
Rottenberg Social Hall. Pro-
ceeds from the prOgram
will go towards the winter
m ama
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weekends

rack, to be held in January
and February for group
members. The public is in-
vited, and tickets may be
purchased at the door. For _
information, contact a youth
leader.

Atid senior group invites
ninth-12th grade teens on a
trip to a pinball arcade Sun-
day, meeting 1:30 p.m. in
the youth lounge. Cost will
include all -games and re-
freshments. For reserva-
tions, contact adviser Hart-
ley Harris, 967-0735 or
secretary Diane Shaw, 967-
4415.

(:)

Atid will play its ...st
game in the inter-
congregational basketball
league Sunday at the Jewish
Community Center. Team
members will meet 6:30
p.m. in the youth lounge.
Persons wishing to join the
cheer-leading squad also
will meet. Group members
are invited. For informa-
tion, contact adviser Harris.
Ruach (grades 3-4) is
seeking members who wish
to donate their homes for a
Hanuka • progressive dinner
to be held Dec. 11, meeting
5:30 p.m. at the synagogue.
Homes are needed for each
course of the dinner. For
information, contact adviser
Deni Warsaw, 352-3632.

Junior congregation mem-
bers, age 8-10, who will re-
ceive awards for their at-
tendance at weekly Shabat
services are : Ethan Berk-
ove, Robbie Chatlin, Betsy
Bernard, Craig Freedman,
, Gael Grossman, Jeff Kauf-
man, Howard Nathan and
meets Weiss. The group
meets 10 a.m. Saturdays.

The Bnai David Library
staff will conduct a Mac-
cabia-games day in celebra-
tion of Hanuka 10 a.m. Dec.'
.11 in the synagogue. Re-
freshments will be served.
Admission is free, and chil-
dren of all ages are invited.
For further information
on the youth program at
Bnai David, contact the
synagogue youth-line, 557-
8325 or 557-8211.
* * *

Gymnastic Event

Winners Listed

Several area youth, Jew-
ish and non-Jewish, earned
high scores in a recent gym-
nastic competition spon-
sored by the Jewish Com-
munity Center and held at
its 10 Mile branch. Youth
age 5-13 participated.
In the beginner gymnastic
division, the winners we
Cathy Koitek, first pia-
Merrile -Zack, second; and
Natasha Mironov, third. In-
termediate division winners
were Cindy Balan, first;
Cori Natinsky, second ; and
Jennifer Morris, third. In
the advanced intermediate
division, the winners were:
Mandie Woollcott, first;
Laura Starr, second; and
Lotonya Clark, third.

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