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December 01, 1978 - Image 46

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-12-01

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;Fsiday, Decemberl i 1918

HE : DERIDIT9fV149 *WS

Youth

Atid senior group (grades
BNAI DAVID Ruach
youth group (grades three- - nine-12) will spend an af-
four) -will go rollerskating ternoon at a pinball arcade
Sunday at Bonaventure on Dec. 10, meeting 2 p.m.
Rolling Rink, meeting 2:15 at the synagogue. Parents
p.m. at the synagogue. Elec- are needed to drive. Cost
tion of officers also will take will include all games and
place. There is a charge, and refreshments. For reserva-
drivers are needed. -For in- tions contact adviser
formation contact adviser Hartley Harris, 967-0735,
or Diane Shaw, 967-4415.
Karen Davidoff, 545-6232.
Masada (grades seven-
Talit and Tefilin Club
eight) will hold its election will bowl the Bnai Moshe
of officers at an ice cream team following its 9 a.m.
social 7:30 p.m. Wednesday meeting Sunday. Serv-
in the synagogue. For in- ices and breakfast take
formation contact Sharon place each week followed
Levine, 547-3369.
by bowling at Ark Lanes
West. Boys and girls age
A prudent question is 13-17 are invited at a
one-half of wisdom.
nominal charge.
— Sir Francis Bacon
The youth program will
hold try-outs for a talent
show 6:30 p.m. Monday and
Thursday in the synagogue.
The show will be held 7:30
p.m. Dec. 18 as part of a
_ AND HIS ORCHESTRA
youth installation weekend.
968-2563
Young people of all ages are
invited.
For information on youth
Original
program activities contact
Water Colors
Bnai David youth line,
Sculpture
557-8325.
by Anna
MUCCIOLI
* * *
Muccio/i
STUDIO
Mon.-Sat 1i-5
ADAT SHALOM youth
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groups will hold their an-
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nual Hanuka dinner auc-
tion, entitled "A Hanuka
DRIVE A CAR or
Happening," 5 p.m. Dec. 17
SEND YOUR CAR
in the synagogue.
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Dinner will be served at a
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.

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For younger -children—
there will be a magic show,
popcorn, and a movie.
The dinner is spon-
sored by the men's club
and sisterhood. Proceeds
will benefit youth proj-.
ects and camp schol-
arships. Rona Freedland
is chairman of the event.
Committee members in-
clude Barbara Cook, Be-
verly Keller, Sharon
Sukenic, Ralph
Worondff, Ann Ben-
deroff, Dr. Harvey Olsen,
Elizabeth Alpern, Fred
Weiss and Cheryl
Kovsky, Adat Shalom
youth director.
The community is in-
vited. For information, call
the synagogue, 851-5100.
(fifth-sixth
Garinim
grades) will hold Shabat
services 10 a.m. Saturday in
the chapel. The group also
will batik their own halla
covers and participate in a
latke party at 1:30 p.m. Dec.
10 in the youth lounge. For
information, call Garinim
leader, Ruth Indenbaum,
626-0813, or the youth de-
partment, 851-5100.
Shoresh (seventh-eighth
grades) will hold weekly
Shabat services 10 a.m.
Saturday in the board room.
Migdal Tzion (ninth-
12th grades) Shabat serv-
ices will be held 10 a.m.
Saturday in the board
room.
The group also will meet
for the concluding Shabat
service, 5 p.m. Saturday,

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Mon. thru
Fri. 10-9
Saturday 10-6
Sunday 12-5

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followed by a Seuda
Shlishit. After the seuda,
the group will ice skate at
Fairlane Ice Arena from 10
p.m. to midnight. For in-
formation, call the group
leader, Debby Vieder, 352-
0213, or the youth depart-
ment.
* * *
YOUNG ISRAEL Kvut-
zat Shabat (age four-seven)
will meet in Shabat groups
3 p.m. Saturday at Young
Israel of Greenfield. Games,
stories and refreshments
will highlight the after-
noon._ For information on
walking groups, call adviser
Allissa Leiderman, 399-
1005.
Young Israel Chalutzim
(grades three-five) will hold
a general membership
meeting and an arts and
crafts program 2:30 p.m.
Dec. 10 at Young Israel of
Greenfield. The group holds
ongei Shabat 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 7:30 p.m.
Tuesday 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.

IIABONIM

Labor
Zionist Youth will hold a
winter camp seminar for
Amelim (fifth and sixth
graders) and Chotrim
(seventh and eighth
graders) today through
Sunday.
Members from Chicago,
Minneapolis, Madison, St.
Louis, Cincinnati and De-
troit will meet at Habonim
Camp. Tavor in Three Riv-
ers, Mich. The seminar pro-
gram_ focuses on children's
life on a kibutz. -Fifth
through eighth graders are
invited. The cost includes
transportation. For infor-
mation, contact Gadi Gur,
Israeli shaliakh to Detroit
Habonim, 545-5547.

Katz, Robert Fershtman,
Adam Lubin, Debra Nelson,
Rachel Satz, Lorie Savin,
Scott Shy, Dori Singer, Ste-
ilen A. Weiss and Amy
Widenbaum, third and
fourth grades.
Representing the fifth
and sixth grades are: Julie
Finstein, Shari Katz,
Sheryl Katzman, Wendi
Littky, Harry Nelson,
Cheryl Rope, Julie Satz and
Sheldon Schwartz.

* * *

BETH ACHIM'S Lahav

United Synagogue Youth
* * *

Programs Focus
on Israel Study

Two programs have been
made available for junior
and senior high school stu-
dents for study in Israel.
The American Jewish
Teen Ambassador in Israel
program will allow 40 U.S.
students to spend six weeks
in Israel meeting their
counterparts and touring
the country.
For students in grades
10-12 the Miami Quinines-
ter program is available.
Eight-week study sessions
are offered. Three semester
.credits are granted upon the
completion of the session.
For information on either
program, call Renee Wohl,
at the 'United Hebrew
Schools, 354-1050, or 352-
7117.

group members who
attended the recent kinnus
in Cleveland were Susan
Friedman, Bobby
Goldsmith, Ilene Mitz,
Maureen Schreiber, Lillian
Katz, Liz Kripke, Linda
Yahia and Cindy Cantor.
New junior congregation
leader is Steven J. Posen. A
graduate of the University
of Michigan with a BA in ,
Judaic studies, Poseiaph_
pursuing a master's degr
in social work.
'He is the former youth
and education director at
Adat Shalom Synagogue.
Junior congregation meets
10 a.m. Saturdays in the
youth lounge for services.

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in grades four-six are in-
vited. Guests from the
seventh and eighth grades
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There will be movies,
games and refreshments.
The new shaliakh, Michael
Marom, will be introduced.

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