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February 17, 1978 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-02-17

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36 Friday, February 17, 1918

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

ON REGISTRATION SUNDAY - FEBRUARY 19, 1978 AT 2:00 P.M.
AT YOUNG ISRAEL OF OAKWOODS - 24061 COOLIDGE HIGHWAY

TRIP I July 6 - 26 (3 weeks)
TRIP II July 27 - August 23, 1978 (4 WEEKS)

Hear - about a unique Jewish Camping Experience
Mingle - with returning campers
See - slides of camp
Meet - with Anschel Weiss M.S.W. Camp Director

Early registration discount extended till February 22, 1978

For information calk. 3544153 (M/M E.: Posner) or call collect (216) 382-5740.

'sponsored by Young Israel of Cleveland in co-operation with Bnei Aiwa of North America,
endorsed by Yeshivat Akiva Day School

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BETH SHALOM United
Synagogue Youth will join
the Beth Achim USY-
Kadimah for a Camp
Tamarack weekend today
through Sunday.
The weekend's activities
include tobogganing, ser-
vices, study groups and a
dance featuring the Kol
Yisroel band.
Planning the weekend
are committee members
Ron Lederman, overall co-
chairman; Jeff Goodman,
study committee; Stuart
Sandweiss, religious;
Elaine Fritz, arts and crafts;
Amy Robbins, social; Elaine
Kramer, decorations; and
Marc Bakst, kits.

(grade 10) and for the Bnei
Akiva Scholarship Institute
in Israel-Hachshara.
For information, call ad-
visers Nathan Bigman,
968-1499; Annie Kelman,
557-8596; or Debbie Sim-
kovitz, 541-8945.
* * *

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tal. Beginners are wel-
come.

* * *
AKIVA Hebrew Day

School student council will
sponsor a family rollerskat-
ing party for students in
grades one-12 and their
families and friends 7 p.m.
. Feb. 27 at the Ambassador
Roller Rink, Clawson.
There is a nominal charge
which includes.skate rental.
For information, call Zoe
Levin, 547-5081, or Peggy
Sperber, 355-5180.
* * *
BNEI AKIVA will have
a Shabaton Feb. 24-25
based at Young Israel of
Oak-Woods. Chevraya
Aleph and Bet will meet for
services at the synagogue.
Luncheon will follow. Chev-
raya Bet will have a snif at 3
p.m. Motzaie Shabat Chev-
raya Bet will have a movie
and a kumsitz. The Galil
Cleveland will join the local
Bnei Akiva for the Shaba-
ton. There is a charge, and
housing is available.
Applications are being
accepted for Camp Stone
and Machaneh Hachanah

contact Ha-or adviser Steve
Kideckel, 968-1765.

Young people in grades
seven and eight who wish
to attend the Shrine Cir-
cus may join with the
Ha-or group, meeting
6:30 p.m. Sunday at the
synagogue. Tickets must
junior (Continued on Page 37)

congregation will discuss
the recent rise of Nazism,
and its possible threat at
Shabat youth services 10
a.m. -Saturday. Materials
obtained from a local Nazi
bookstore will be displayed.
Groups for youth age 8-10
will meet in the choir room
with advisers Steve Kidec-
kel and Deni Warsaw, while
Other chairmen are young people age 11-14 will
Chuck Pearlstein, Beth gather in the chapel with
Shalom Kadimah; Debbie advisers Hartley Harris and
Fink, Beth Achim USY; Danny Kaplan. Story Hour
and Leora Druckman, also meets for youth age 4-7
Beth Achim Kadimah.
with adviser Wendy
Members of the London Greenspan.
USY chapter also will par-
Youth groups will attend
ticipate. The weekend
theme will focus on Israel. performances of the Shrine
Circus Sunday. Children in
* * *
grades three and four will
ZEDEK meet 1 p.m. in the youth
SHAAREY (second-fifth
Chaverim
graders) will participate in performance.
lounge for the
afternoon
Bus
transpor-
a family Shabat dinner 6
p.m. today in the west social tation will be provided, and
a
hall of the synagogue. Paid bag
lunch
be brought.
Friends
are may
invited.
Tickets
advance reservations are are available at discount
required.
prices on first come - first
Shabat services will take serve basis. For reserva-
place 10:30 a.m. Saturday tions, , contact Ruach adviser
in the youth lounge Deni Warsaw 352-3632.
,
(Chaverim)
Chapel
- Tikvah
' Children
in grades five
(Kaditna) and in the daily and six will attend the even-
chapel (junior congrega- • ing performance of the
tion).
, Shrine Circus, meeting 6:30
at th e youth
d
p.m. Sunay
The junior congrega- lounge. Frien ds are invited.
tion will go skiing at Discount price includes tic-
Beech Woods Park Sun- ket and bus transportation.
day, meeting 9:45 a.m. at Spending money may be
the park. Cost of the trip brought and tickets are li-
includes equipment ren- mited. For reservations,

Kadima will go rol-
lerskating Sunday, meeting
1 p.m. at Shaarey Zedek.
Participants are requested
to bring their own lunch.
The group will skate at
Bonaventure Rink. There is
a charge.

Please telephone to arrange a date convenient to you.
This personal service is free ... and so are estimates. Dial ..

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SUNDAY, February 19 1 P.M.-4 P.M.

JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER
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• Special Brighton Carnival Bootths •
• Crafts Workshops •
• Tamarack Sweatshirts on Sale •
• Great Camp Displays •
• Games with Prizes • Refreshments •
• Films — See Yourself on Film •
• Dancing • Door Prizes •
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