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July 14, 1978 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-07-14

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Friday, hilly 14, 1918

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Gary Epstein of Goode
AZA and Debbie Davidson
of Glazer BBG were instal-
led as presidents of the
Great Lakes AZA and BBG
Councils, reslectively, at
the annual BBYO installa-
tion at Adat Shalom
Synagogue. Gary has been a
member of Goode AZA for
the past three years and last
year was second vice presi-
dent of the Council. Debbie
has been a member of
glazer BBG for three years
and last year was regional
convention coordinator and
president of her chapter.
Also installed as Council
officers were: Roger Klein,
Goode AZA, first vice presi-
dent; Larry Bircoll,. Goode

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BBYO Activities

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DAVIDSON, EPSTEIN
AZA, second vice president;
and Noah Wofsy, Strauss
BBYO, Mt. Clemens, third
vice president; David
Malitz, Benny AZA, trea-
surer; David Weiner, Rose
AZA, secretary; Larry
Kosova, Benny AZA, repor-
ter; and Ian Alexis, Herzl
AZA, Windsor, counselor.

BBG Council officers
are: Caroline Broida,
Disraeli BBG, first vice
president; Melissa Shul-
man, Brice BBG, second
vice president; Cheryl
Velick, Na'im BBG, third
vice president; Rachel
liamerman, Sabra BBG,
treasurer; Nancy New-
man, Aliyah BBG, secret-
ary; Franci Shanbrom,
Aliyah BBG, reporter;
and Holli Hart, Disraeli
BBG, counselor.
Co-chairmen for the in-
stallation program were
Roger Klein of Goode AZA
and Marcy Lichterman of
Disraeli BBG.
Ian Alexis of Herzl AZA,
Windsor, was honored with
the highest individual
achievement award of AZA,
the silver Shield of David.
Shawn Burk, Herzl AZA,
Windsor; Stuart Cykiert,
Goode AZA; Larry Mondry,
Benny AZA; and Brandon
West, Posen AZA, received
the bronze Shield of David,
the second highest award.
Robyn Epstein, Sabra
BBG; Holli Hart, Disraeli
BBG; Marcie Oleinick,
Sabra BBG; Sheryl Perlmu-
ter, Glazer BBG; and Amy
Solomon, Sabra BBG, were
honored with the highest
individual achievement
award of BBG, the gold Star
of Deborah, while Janice
Adler of Gan Dafna BBG re-
ceived the silver Star of De-
borah, the second highest
award.
Rose AZA won the AZA
Outstanding Chapter
Award for the second
consecutive year. The
Most Improved Chapter
Award was won by
Benny AZA. Goode AZA

and Samson AZA shared Clemens, for AZA Oratory.
In addition, four Michi-
the Minutes Incentive
Award, for keeping out- gan AZA chapters were
standing minutes of the awarded certificates
chapters' meetings. The
acknowledging member-
BBG Minutes Incentive ship in the Chai Club for
Award went to Aliyah having contributed 18
hours of service to the com-
BBG.
The award for the best munity. They are: Goode
BBG Scrapbook went to AZA; Herzl AZA, Windsor,
Posen AZA: and Rose AZA.
Sabra BBG.
Michigan Region won
The Great Lakes AZA
and BBG Councils an- first place honors in five
nounce the appointment of program of the year
Doug Moss of Kishon AZA categories. Jolson AZA,
and Carol Lempert of Livonia, won for its Tay-
Masada BBG as coor- Sachs Education Prog-
dinators for the 1978 Michi- ram and softball
gan BBYO Regional Con- marathon; Sabra BBG
won for its Passover
vention. The convention
will take place in December Seder with Rose AZA;
Masada BBG won for its
over winter holidays.
At the recent District G No-Talk-A-Thon and
BBYO Convention, held at Herzl AZA, Windsor, won
Schwartz's Resort in El- for its 24-hour basketball
marathon. The Great
khart Lake, Wis., more than
320 delegates from eight Lakes AZA Council was
states and four Canadian recognized for its Jewish
provinces convened. Michi- National Fund Tree
gan BBYO won several Drive and Blue Box col-
prizes as follows: Renee lection.
Michigan Region was also
Moore, Disraeli BBG, first
recognized for the highest
in BBG color photography;
percentage
membership in-
Kim Mostyn, Glazer BBG,
crease for BBG, as well as
first in BBG black and
the largest actual AZA con-
white photography; Shawn
tribution to the Interna-
Burk, Herzl AZA, Windsor,
tional Service Fund of
first in AZA black and white
BBYO, as well as the
photography; Michael
largest increase in con-
Fenster, Posen AZA first in
tribution to ISF.
AZA Storytelling; Cheryl
Velick, Na'im BBG, first in
BBG Oratory. Michigan
Region took first place in
the AZA and BBG Council
Newspaper Contests.
Second place was
The Yiddish Folk Farein
taken by Herzl AZA in
will have their annual in-
AZA chapter newspaper;
stallation dinner 7:30 p.m.
Danny Lutz of Hishon
July 22 at the Stephenson
AZA in AZA color photo-
Club. Frankie Rapp will en-
graphy; Linda Baker,
tertain. There is a charge.
Sabra BBG in BBG art;
and Sabra BBG in BBG
For reservations, call
Scrapbook.
chairman Betty Haimovitz,
Third place awards went
255-1274, or co-hostesses
to Disraeli BBG for BBG
Ann Wohl, 557-3192, and
chapter newspaper; Dana
Florence Horwitz, 474-
Wolfe of Na'im BBG for
2049.
BBG Literature; Aaron
Shapiro of Kishon AZA for
AZA Handicrafts; and Noah
Wofsy of Strauss BBYO, Mt. -

Folk Farein
Installation

Sammy Mothers
Chapter Meets

Ann Arbor Chapter,
Alumni Sammy Mothers,
will meet 11:30 a.m. July 25
at Stouffer's Restaur-
ant. President Mrs. Samuel
Hamburger will sponsor the
brunch.
Following the brunch, the
members will go to the De-
troit Institute of Arts,
where Mrs. Daniel Siegel
will conduct the tour.

It is good to look at the
fair but live with the wise.

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NTERTAINMENT

Bnai David
Library Hours,
Programs Set

The Bnai David Gruskin
Library will be open on
Sundays 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.,
as well as on Mondays and
Thursdays 1-6 p.m. during
July and August.
A summer camp for chil-
dren is held at 1 p.m. each
Tuesday at the library,
under the direction of libra-
rian Sher Rice. Space is still
available for all young
people, age 3-8. Activities
include arts and crafts, na-
ture, story time and cartoon
movies. Playground
facilities are available and
snacks are provided. For in-
formation, contact Ms. Rice
at the library, 557-8211.
Teen volunteers assisting
with the summer camp
program are: Jack and Eric
.Abramson, Marc Beitner,
Tracey Wolf and Barry
Zate. The youth will con-
tinue to assist with library
activities during the year.

MISS MOSS
Mr. and Mrs. David Moss
of Oak Park announce the
engagement of their daugh-
ter, Linda Judith, to Dr.
Fredric H. Gold, son of Mr.
Norman Gold of Troy and
Mrs. Sidney Spitz of South-
field and Bay Harbor, Fla.
Miss Moss was graduated
from Eastern Michigan
University, where she
earned at BAE degree. Her
fiance was graduated from
Michigan State University,
where he was a member of
Alpha Epsilon Pi Fraternity
and earned a DO degree at
the Des Moines College of
Osteopathy.
A late summer wedding is
planned.

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