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46 Friday, February 8, 1980

ADAT SHALOM Nit-

'r zanim (age 3-5) will gather
10:30 a.m. Saturday in the
main foyer. The group will
move to room 104 for stories
and prayers led by Anne
Kovsky.
Makor (age 6-9) will have
services 10:30 a.m. Satur-
day in the youth lounge
under the supervision of
Marc Ankerman.
Garinim (fifth and sixth
grades) will hold Shabat
services 10 a.m. Saturday in
the chapel. Sheri Traison is
the adviser.

- Shoresh (seventh and
eighth grades) and Mig-
dal Tzion (ninth-12th
grades) will meet at 1 p.m.
today in the chapel. Fol-
lowing an orientation
program, the two groups
will travel to Camp
Tamarack for Adat
Shalom's 20th annual
winter retreat.

The theme for the
weekend is "Is Violence
Ever Justified?" In addition
to the cultural program, the
young people will partici-
pate in services, social ac-
tivities and outdoor activi-
ties. Chairmen of the re-
treat are Anita Liwazer,
Migdal Tzion; and Susan
Sherman, Shoresh. Accom-
panying the groups are
Debby Vieder, Migdal Tzion
adviser; Sue Goren, Shoresh
adviser; Tom Colton;
Robert Mattler; Cheryl
Kovsky, youth director; and
-Rabbi Efry Spectre.
For information about
youth activities, contact
Cheryl Kovsky, 851-1000.
• • •

BETH ABRAHAM
HILLEL MOSES' Atid

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

p.m. from Bnai David. Cul-
tural theme for the weekend
is "Opressed Jews."
Junior congregation
groups for youth age 10-16
will not meet Saturday dur-
ing the Tamarack weekend.
Older youth may attend
services in the main
sanctuary. Story Hour (age
4-6) and the junior congre-
gation group for children
age 7-9 will hold regular
meetings at 10 a.m.
Talit and Tefilin Club
will meet 9 a.m. Sunday for
youth who are not attending
the Tamarack weekend.
Winning teams in the Feb. 3
bowling tournament were
headed by Larry Herwitz
and his mother, and Kevin
Mendelson and his father.

Children in Ruach
(grades three-four) and
Ha-or (grades five-six)
will go to Camp
Tamarack Feb. 15-17.
Members who plan to as-
sist in making Shabat
candles and baking halla
may gather 11:30 a.m.
Feb. 15 at the synagogue.
The bus leaves at 1:30
p.m. For information,
contact adviser, Burt
Kideckel, 968-1765.

Atid (grades nine-12) will
hold a reunion social for its
recent Tamarack winter
weekend 7 p.m. Tuesday at
the synagogue. All mem-
bers of Atid and Beth Ab-
raham Hillel Moses youth
group are invited. A full-
length movie and ice cream
sundaes will be featured.
For information, contact
vice president Bonnie
Gould, 398-7086; or Secre-
tary Helayne Shaw, 967-
4415.
Atid basketball team will
play its next game in the
inter-congregational bas-
ketball league 6:15 p.m.
Sunday at the main Jewish
Community Center.
For information on youth
events at Bnai David, con-
tact Youth Director Danny
Kaplan at the synagogue,
557-8325 or 543-1021 or
398-7422, evenings.

group (age 8-9) will have a
movie day Sunday following
Hebrew school. Partici-
pants are requested to bring
a bag lunch. There is a
charge. For information,
call Debbie Engel, youth
adviser, at the synagogue,
851-6880 or at home, 398-
3075.
Machar (age 10-12) will
meet Sunday at the
synagogue following He-
BNAI
MOSHE'S
brew school. Brunch will be
served. Reservations are Kadima United Synagogue
required. For reservations, Youth group (grades
call the synagogue, 851- seven-eight) will join the
Bnai David Masada group,
6880.
Dor Chadash Teens will the Bnai Moshe United He-
go to the Joe Louis Stadium brew Schools hei class and
to see a Red Wing-Toronto the Windsor Jewish Com-
Maple Leaf hockey game munity Centre group for a
Sunday, leaving 2:30 p.m. Tamarack winter retreat
from the synagogue. Par- today through Sunday.
Theme of the weekend is
ents are needed to drive. For
required reservations or in- "Oppressed Jewry." Par-
formation, call the ticipants interested in bak-
synagogue, or Sima Ab- Sing halla and making
Shabat candles should meet
ramowitz, 356-6282.
Dor Chadash will have a 11:30 a.m. today in the
Cong. Bnai David youth
paper drive March 3-7.
• • •
lounge. The bus will leave
BNAI DAVID Masada 1:30 p.m. today from Bnai
(grades seven and eight) David. For information
will go to Camp Tamarack about Kadima activities,
today through Sunday. call President Ilana
Bnai Moshe youth group, Stollman, 547-5891; or ad-
Windsor Jewish Commu- viser, Ellen Taylor, 353-
nity Centre and the United 7108.
Talit and Tefilin Club
Hebrew School hei class
also will attend. Members (age 13-18) will meet 8:30
will meet 11:30 a.m. today a.m. Sunday in the chapel
at Bnai David to make for services and discussions
Shabat candles and bake followed by breakfast and
halla for Friday evening at bowling. Everyone is wel-
camp. The bus leaves 1:30 come. There is a nominal

Youth News

charge. For information,
contact President Brian
Hammer, 542-2939; or ad-
viser, Marc Behar, 557-
8551.

Chalutzim (grades 4-6)
and all third graders
from Rishonim, will have
a Tamarack weekend
Feb. 15-17. The group is
co-sponsoring this re-
treat with Bnai David's
Ha-Or and Ruach
groups.

Youth interested in put-
ting together kits for the
weekend will meet 7 p.m.
Wednesday in the Bnai
Moshe youth lounge. Cam-
pers will meet 11:30 a.m.
Feb. 15 to bake halla and
make Shabat candles at
Bnai David. The group will
leave for Tamarack at 1:30
p.m. that day. For informa-
tion, call Chalutzim ad-
viser, Tedd Schneider,
968-2324, or Rishonim ad-
viser, Roberta Warshaw,
399-6837.
USY (age 13-18) services
are held 10 a.m. Saturdays
in the board room. All are
invited. For information
call Ungar or Sabes.
Junior congregation (age
7-13) will meet 10 a.m.
Saturday in the chapel for
services and discussions.
Friends are invited. For in-
formation, call adviser,
Mark Eichner, 358-0065.

Story Hour (age 3-6)
will meet 10 a.m. Satur-
day in the school wing for
Shabat stories and
games. For information,
call adviser, Ms. War-
shaw, 399-6837.

For information about all
Bnai Moshe youth activi-
ties, call Sharon Levine,
youth director, 548-3123 or
547-3369.

SHAAREY ZEDEK

junior congregation will
have a Mitzva-thon day
Sunday, beginning 11:30
a.m. in the youth lounge.
Luncheon will be served.
For information on the
Mitzva-thon Day, call
Nancy Joyrich, 626-4799 or
626-4899.
A Jewish Institute for
Youth (JIFY) program will
be held 9:30 a.m. Sunday in
the synagogue. Breakfast
will precede the program.
Rabbi Gerald Teller will
present "A Multi-Media
History of the Jews in De-
troit."

The AZA basketball
league has opened with
Akiba, Herzl, Jolson and a
combined team of
Strauss-Mostel-Samson
chapters claiming victory
after the first week of
competition. Fourteen AZA
chapters are represented
among the 12 teams in the
league, which is divided
into the following divisions:
Division 1: Herzl, Jolson,
Kishon, L'Chaim, Rose and
Strauss-Mostel-Samson.
Division 2: Akiba, Beber,
Benny, Goode, Hart and
Ruach. The league will
meet 12:30 p.m. Sunday at
the 10 Mile Jewish Com-
munity Center. Coordinator
for the league is Josh Davis
of Benny AZA. Spectators
are welcome.
of
Yachad BBG
Windsor will sponsor its
annual "beauheart dance" 8
p.m. Saturday at Cong.
Shaar Hashomayim. Dress
is semi-formal, and re-
freshments will be served.

MSTY Event Begins Today

Rabbi Daniel Syme of
the Union of American
Hebrew Congregations
will address the conclave
8:30 p.m. today at Temple
Israel on "It's All in the
Torah."

•• •

UNITED HEBREW

SCHOOLS' Adat Shalom
Synagogue branch students
planted trees in honor of
Soviet Jewish refusniks on
Tu b'Shevat. The trees were
planted in the Adat Shalom
forest in Modiin, Israel.

The students will visit
residents at Borman Hall-
Jewish Home for Aged
Wednesday. Students in
Stuart Rogoffs dated class
will interview the senior
citizens and write their per-
sonal histories. The his-
tories will be compiled in a
booklet created by the stu-
dents.

BBYO Activities

• • *

Michigan State Temple
Youth have appointed
chairmen for its winter con-
clave to be held today
through Sunday at Temple
Israel.
Chairmen are: Gayle
Moyer, overall; Kim
Zisholtz, programming;
Amy Hoffman and Sylvia
Sherman, housing; Stefani
Turken and Eden Cooper,
friendship-Havdala; Leslie
Levine and Sheila Radin,
applications; Helene
Goldberg and Heidi
Bashara, services; Dennis
Brodsky, transportation;
Marsha Wayne and Barb
Epstein, food; Gary Lask,
registration; Lisa Brozgold
and Lori Klein, kits; and
Steve Grekin and Cydney
Bravell, Saturday night so-
cial.
Registration will be held
4 p.m. today at Temple Beth
El Theme of the weekend is
"Social Injustices."

The youth will hold an
oneg Shabat 8 p.m. Feb. 15
in the synagogue. The pro-
gram, entitled, "An Immi-
gration Experience," will
feature a dramatization of
the immigration of Jews
from Europe to pre-state Is-
rael. Refreshments will be
served.
For information, call
Gayle Young, cultural
chairman, 967-3093; or
Danny Hamburger, cul-
tural vice president, 967-
0748.

RABBI DANIEL SYME
youth group religious vice
president.
Participating in the serv-
ice are:

Miss Seyburn, Sanford Kop-
nick, Shelley Milin, Grekin,
Devan Sipher, Lynn Zatkin,
Adam Cooper, Jeff Berlin, Paula
Schane, Marc Zeitlin, Kim
Zisholz, Amy Hoffman, Miss
Wayne, Miss Moyer, Lask, Eden
Cooper, Don Apel, David
Sobolov, Jeff Sage, Andy Sriro,
Stacey Schiff, Jennifer Frank,
Jodi Rittman, Lila Orbach,
Laura Kushner, Miss Epstein,
Emily Rothman, Susan Poger,
Miss Bravell, Miss Bashara, Miss
Raclin, Karen Zisholz, Mike
Mendelson, Julie Pickett, Steve
Weinstock, Howard Salts, Mitch
Phillips and Miss Brozgold.

The youth will partici-
pate in the service, created
For information, call Miss
by Patty Seyburn, temple Moyer, 626-3023.

There is a charge.
Dalyah BBG will spon-
sor a rock 'n' roll dance 8
p.m. Feb. 16 at the main
Jewish Center. The dance is
being held in coordination
with the Midwest Regional
JCC Basketball Tourna-
ment. Dress is informal and
the "High Voltage" band
will be featured. Admission
will be charged, and re-
freshments served. For in-
formation, call Sandy Zol-
dan, 474-8248; or Heather
Arnold, 477-1941.
Applications are still
being accepted for the forth-
coming BBYO Judaism In-
stitute which will be held
March 7-9, at Camp Chief
Makisabee, in Eau Claire,
Mich. The inter-regional
program will include mem-
bers of both Michigan
Region and Chicago Council
BBYO. The theme of the
weekend is "Judaism — A
Hope For Tomorrow." Is-
raeli dancing and singing
will also be featured.
The program is directed
toward senior (12th grade)
members although juniors
(11th grade) also are eligi-
ble. Deadline for registra-
tion is Feb. 15. Applications
are available from chapter
presidents or by calling the
BBYO office, 354-6113.
Coordinators for the
weekend are Michael Weil
of L'Chaim AZA and Rachel
Kamerman of Sabra BBG.
The great Lakes AZA
Council and Pisgah Lodge,
Bnai Brith, will hold a joint
bowling tournament 9 a.m.
Feb. 17 at West Bloomfield
Lanes. The program is open
to all AZA seniors. Admis-
sion is free. Following the
tournament, Pisgah mem-
bers will host the AZAers at
a brunch at Stafford's. AZA
members should register
through their chapters.
February is BBYO Com-
munity Service Month.
Each AZA and BBG chapter
will participate in a com-
munity service project dur-
ing this month. The AZA
and BBG Councils are spon-
soring a can drive as the
overall project for the
month. Donated canned
goods will be given to the
Salvation Army. Coor-
dinators are AZA Council
Vice President Jeff Weis-
serman and BBG Council
Vice President Marcia
Eizen.

The Michigan Region
BBYO Membership Drive
has begun. Jewish teens age
14-18 or in grades nine
through 12 are eligible. The
drive will continue through
March 31. All new members
recruited and their re-
cruiters will be invited to
attend free of charge "The
Hayride of the Year" April
26. Co-chairmen of the drive
are Marc Benovic of Benny
AZA and Renee Moore of
Disraeli BBG.
• • *

Scouts Explore
Tin Can Cooking

Boy Scout Troop 23 will
give a demonstration on tin
can cookery 7:15 p.m. Mon-
day in the 10 Mile branch of
the Jewish Community cen-
ter.
Boys age 11-14 are in-
vited. For information, call
Jeff Aichenbaum, 968-0038.
• • •

Fishman Awards
Are Available

The Meyer and Nathan
Fishman Family Founda-
tion announces it has made
available five $1,000
awards to outstanding high
school students in 10th-
12th grades in the tri-
county area to study in Is-
rael. Applicants must be
enrolled in a Jewish high
school. They will be judged
by academic achievement,
leadership and community
service. Financial need will
also be considered.

The Israel awards are
administered by the Jewish
Educators Council of Met-
ropolitan Detroit. Applica-
tion forms are available
from Jewish educators or
Dr. Gerald A. Teller, United
Hebrew Schools, Box 2046,
Southfield 48037. Applica-
tion deadline is Feb. 28.

SPACE Drop-In
Set Wednesday

SPACE, a community
service of the National
Council of Jewish Women
for widowed and divorced
men and women, will hold
its weekly drop-in discus-
sion 8 p.m. Wednesday at
the NCJW offices, 16400 W.
12 Mile, Suite 106, South-
field. There is a nominal
charge.

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