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November 24, 1978 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-11-24

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NE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

I

Youth News

ADAT
SHALOM
Garinim. (fifth-sixth grades)
will hold Shabat services 10
a.m. Saturday in the
synagogue's youth lounge.
Shoresh (seventh-eighth
grades) will hold its weekly
Shabat morning service 10
• a.m. Saturday in the
synagogue's board room.
Michael Nachman and Jef-
frey Lupovitch will lead
services. The group also will
have an oneg Shabat 8 p.m.,
.1 in the home of Jeffrey
witch. Bruce Kutinsky
wil lead services. The eve-
ning's program will center
on understanding motiva-
tion of biblical per-
sonalities. For information,
call the youth department,
851-5100.
Migdal Tzion (ninth-12
grades) will host the Cen-
tral Region United
Synagogue Youth fall board
meeting today through
Sunday. The organization's
executive board, general

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board, chapter presidents
and alternates from In-
diana, Ohio, Michigan,
Kentucky and Pennsyl-
vania will meet at the
synagogue for a weekend of
business meetings and cul-
tural and social programs.
About 120 youth are ex-
pected to attend.
Study topics for the
weekend will center on
"Jewish Mysticism and
Superstitions." The
chairmen for the
weekend are Rachel.
Lieberman and Hope Lif-
ton.
As part of the weekend, a
disco dance is planned for 10
p.m. Saturday in the social
hall. There is a charge for
the dance, and it is open to
all USYers. For informa-
tion, call the youth depart-
ment.
* *
YOUNG ISRAEL kvut-
zat Shabat (age 4-7) will
hold its Shabat group 3 p.m.
Saturday. Games, stories
and refreshments will high-
light the afternoon. For in-
formation on walking
groups, call adviser Alissa
Leiderman, 399-1005.
Young Israel Chalutzim
(grades three-five) will have
a general membership
meeting 2:30 p.m. Dec. 10 at
Young Israel of Greenfield.
Arts and crafts will high-
light the afternoon. The
group meets. 3:30 p.m.
Saturdays at Young Israel
of Greenfield. For informa-
tion, call adviser Michael
Schwartzberg, 557-4157, or
co-adviser, Anita Mandel,
542-3067.
Young Israel Teens of
the National Conference
of Synagogue Youth will
hold a YIT room 7 p.m.
Monday at Young Israel
of Oak-Woods. Refresh-
ments will be served.
Teens age 13-17 who are
interested in YIT activities
should call the president,
Cheryl Ginns, 559-1704.
* * *
BNAI MOSHE junior
congregation elected How-
ard Weiner president at
services recently. Other
officers are Daniel Weiner,
vice president; Gordon Bod-
zin and Miriam Weiner,
secretaries; and Neil Roc-
kind, program chairman.
Receiving membership
cards were: Gordon Bodzin,
Barry Demak, Adam and
Michele Eichner, Jay
Fisher, Lydia and Joel
Grand, Alan Hoffman,
Robert and Rosanne
Hoffman, Mike Hootner,
Bryna Freilich, Jeff Kow-
alsky, Andrew Lippa, Cindy
Friedman, -Joel Davidson,
Seth and Ron Meisler.
Also Neil and Sandy
Rockind, Michael and
Sharon Roth; David
Robotnick; Brenda Sil-
verman; Ilana Stollman,
Rhonda Strauss; How-
ard, Daniel and Miriam
Weiner; Fred and David
Zachman; Billy Sweet;
Elanit and Michael
Weizman; David Zaffern;
Dean and. Marla Weiss;
Steve. Weiss; Rachel
Schey; Deanna and Barry
Fogel; Michael Kaplan;
Phil Teitel; Scott and



Ethan Hutten; Howard
Marcus; Barbie and Jeff
Klein; and Caryn and
Marci Finkelstein.
Bnai Moshe youth groups
will attend a Detroit
Lions-San Francisco 49ers
football game Dec. 17. Dis-
counts will be offered to
members with cards. For
reservations, call Mark
Eichner, adviser, 358-0065.
* * *
.BNAI DAVID Ha-or
(grades five-six) members
elected Lisa Berger,
president recently. Other
officers are: Ilana Strubel,
vice president; Julie Knoll
and Gael Grossman,
secretaries; Franny Levin
and Harold Nodler, trea-
surers. Marsha Katz is
group adviser.
Ruach (grades three-four)
will elect officers at a roller
skating party Dec. 3. The
group will gather 1:15 p.m.
at the synagogue, and
friends are invited. Persons
wishing to run for office
should give advance notice
to adviser Karen Davidoff,
545-6232.
Masada (grades seven-
eight) has postponed its
election of officers until 6:30
p.m. Dec. 10.
Talit and Teal Club
will not meet 'Sunday.
The group will resume 9
a.m. Dec. 3 with services
and breakfast, followed
by a bowling tournament
with Cong. Bnai Moshe.
Teens age 13-17 are in-
vited. For information
contact adviser Alan
Hurvitz, 557-0822.
For info
rmation on youth
activities at Bnai David,
contact the synagogue
youth line, 557-8325.

Friday, November 24, 1978 19

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