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June 06, 1980 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-06-06

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Youth News

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(Continued from Page 24) p.m. June 13 in the chapel. charge. A games afternoon dinner-dance Saturday.
Other officers_ are: San- 1
lounge. All Bnai Mitzva and Families and friends are in- will follow the luncheon
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Fast • Safe • Permanent
ford
Kopnick, Marc Zeitlin I
Bnot Chayil are invited.
vited. Refreshments will be until 3:30 p.m. For reserva-
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Free
Consultation
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and Lynn Zatkin, vice
Lahav USY will install served. The group an- tions, call Eichner or the
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presidents; Eden Cooper,
officers 7 p.m. Sunday in the nounces that Ruth Goldberg synagogue, 548-3123.
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youth lounge. New officers has been elected treasurer. - Story Hour (age 3-6) will MSTY state board member;
Formerly of Northland Center
are Lillian Katz, president; For information, contact the meet 10 a.m. Saturday in _ Gary Lask, treasurer; and 116231 14 Mile Road
Florence Kamil and Karen 1
(Betw. Southfield & Greenfield) I
Harvey Kaner, Mark new President Nancy An-
the board room for stories
Hubert and Robbie Udman, kernian, 544-0454; or ad- and games. Everyone isr: - - Zisholz, secretaries.
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vice presidents'; Joel Ben- viser Michael Sabes, 356-
welcome.
Moche, treasurer; and 1823,
David Mintz, secretary.
Senior USY is taking
Story Hour will have its
* * *
reservations for its- Bob2Lo
year-end awards lunch-
BNAI DAVID Talit and trip to be held June 22.
eon June 14, following
Tefilin Club will attend a Everyone is welcome, and
services. Awards will be
Detroit Express soccer there is a charge. Reserva-
presented, and everyone
'game at the Pontiac Silver- tions are due in the
is welcome., There is no
Summer Sale
dome Wednesday, meeting synagogue by June 18. For
charge. A games after-
6 p.m. at the synagogue. information call Ms. An=
noon will follow the
STARTING
The group will join the kerman or Sabes.
luncheon until 3:30 p.m.
JUNE 2 — JUNE 14
Cong. Beth Abraham Hillel
_Kadima USY (grades For reservations, call Ms.
Moses Dor Chadash group seven-eight) will play mini- Warshaw or the
10:30 - 4:30
for the game. Space is ature golf on Sunday, meet- synagogue, 548,3123.
limited. For reservations, ing in the youth lounge at
MON. - SAT.
** *
ALL SALES FINAL.
contact adviser Alan Hur- 1:15 p.m. Everyone is in-
TEMPLE ISRAEL
vitz, 557-0822, evenings.
vited, and there is a nomi-
32652 Franklin Road, Franklin Village • Ph. 626-5555
T and T will play softball nal charge. Drivers are TEMPLE YOUTH in-
against the Bnai
needed. In case of rain there stalled Steve Grekin as
Bank Cards Welcomed
Men's Club following 9 a.m. will be an alternate event. president at its installation
services and breakfast Sun- For reservations- or infor-
day. Some T and T members mation, call President Ilana
will attend the Atid trip to Stollman, 547-5891; or ad-
Cedar Point. The last meet- viser Ellen Taylor, 353-
ing for the year will be June 7108.
Kadima USY is taking
15.
Atid (grades nine-12) will reservations for its
spend a day at Cedar Point BOb-Lo trip to be held
Sunday. The bus will leave June 22. Everyone is wel-
7 a.m. from the youth come; and there is .a
lounge. Members who par- charge. Reservations are
ticipated in the May 18 due by June 18. For in-
bowl-a-thon will attend at a formation, call Ms.
half-price discount. For in- Stollman or Ms. Taylor.
Talit and Tefilin Club
formation, contact
president David Nathan, (age 13-18) will meet 8:30
967-3347; or Youth Director a.m. Sunday in the chapel
Danny Kaplan, 543-1021 or for services and discussions,
followed by breakfast and
398-7422, evenings.
Registration is open for bowling. Everyone is wel-
children in grades three- come, and there is a nomi-
four to attend - the year- nal charge. For informa-
_ end boat trip to Bob-Lo tion, call adviser Marc Be-
June 22, meeting 7:30 a.m. har, 557-8551.
Chalutzim (grades four-
at the synagogue. Reser-
vation forms must be six) will play miniature golf
turned in to adviser Burt Sunday, meeting in the
board room at 1:15 p.m.
Kideckel, 968-1765.
Ha-or (grades five-six) Drivers are needed, and
will go to Cedar Point June there is a nominal fee.
20, meeting 7 a.m. at the - Everyone is welcome. For
youth lounge. Bus transpor- reservations or information
tation and dinner is pro- call adviser Tedd Schneider,
vided. For reservations, 968-2324. In case of rain
contact adviser Robin Hut- there will be an -alternate
ton, 661-4212, by June 13. event.
Rishonim (grades one-
The youth department
and men's club will sponsor three) will go play putt-putt
a Father's Day family picnic golf Sunday, meeting in the
11 a.m. June 15 at the shel- school wing at 1:15 p.m.
, ter in Oak Park Major Park. Drivers are needed, and
Food will be sold, while there is a nominal charge.
games and prizes will be Everyone is invited. FOr
available for children and reservations or informa-
adults. Persons wishing to tion, call adviser Roberta
help with the event should Warshaw, 399-6837.
Junior congregation
contact a youth leader.
Junior congregation (age 7-13) will meet 10
groups for young people age a.m. Saturday in the
7-16 will meet 10 a.m. chapel for services and
.1111 Saturday and June 14 for discussions. Everyone is
Shabat youth services. welcome. Kidush is
Members will receive served following ierv-
attendance awards at the ices.
Junior congregation will
final youth luncheon June
14. Story Hour (age 4-6) and play __its annual baseball
junior congregation groups game Sunday meeting be-
will recess for the summer hind the synagogue at the
baseball diamond at 4 p.m.
after June 14.
For information-on youth The traditional pizza party
events at Bnai David, con- will follow. For reservations
tact youth director Danny or information, call adviser
Kaplan at the synagogue, Mark Eichner, 358-0065.
557-8325. Junior congregation will
* * *
have its year-end awards
BNAI MOSHE Senior luncheon June 14 following
United Synagogue Youth services. Awards will be
(grades nine42) will hold presented and everyone is
its installation of officers 7 welcome. There is. no

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