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Friday, June 13, 1980

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Youth News

ADAT
SHALOM
Shoresh (seventh and
eighth grades) and Migdal
Tzion (ninth-12th grades)
members who were honored
at the annual installation
June 8 "for their work dur-
ing the past year" are: Jef-
frey Lupovitch, Michael
Nachman, Jonathan Levy,
Ellen Sherman, Anita
Liwazer, Elizabeth Alpern,
Hadas Reiter and Howard
Lupovitch. They received
outstanding leadership

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awards. Barry Frank re-
ceived the National Men's
Club Award.
Gail Nachman and An-
drew Rocklin received the
Howard Weber Award and
the Ronnie Posen Youth
Award, respectively, "for
their service to chapter and
synagogue." The Louis. and
Lena Linden Memorial
Award for "best exemplify-
ing the standards of United
Synagogue Youth" was
given to Stevan Levy and
Julie Greenberg.
Adat Shalom's youth ac-
tivities will resume in the
fall. For information, con-
tact Cheryl Kovsky, youth
director, 851-5100.

* * *

BETH ACHIM junior
congregation (age 8-12) will
meet 10 a.m. Saturday in
the Klein Chapel for serv-
ices. A mini kidush will fol-
low.
Lahav United Synagogue
Youth (grades nine-12) will
meet for Shabat services 10
a.m. Saturday in the youth
lounge. All post Bar Mitzva
and Bnot Chayil are wel-
come.
Nitzanim (age 3-7) will
have prayers and. Story
Hour 10 a.m. Saturday in
the board room.
Lahav's new officers are:
Lillian Katz, president;
Harvey Kaner, Mark
Hubert and Robbie Udman,
vice presidents; Joel Ben-
Moche, treasurer; and
David Mintz, secretary.
* * *
BNAI DAVID youth in-
vites adults and children to
attend the Father's Day
Family Picnic 11 a.m. Sun-
day under the shelter at
Oak Park Major Park. Food
will be sold, and games and
contests will be held for all
ages. Prizes will be
awarded. The event is spon-
sored by the Bnai David

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Men's Club and youth pro-
gram.
Shabat junior congrega-
tion and Story Hour groups
will hold their last meeting
of the year with an awards
ceremony and youth lunch-
eon 10 a.m. Saturday. Rabbi
Morton Yolkut will present
attendance awards to:
Elizabeth Abramson, Viv-
ian Adler, Anneke Adler,
Tali Alon, Abby Bachaiov,
Sherri Bachaiov, Daniel
Berkove, Ethan Berkove,
Naomi Berkove, Miryam
Bernard, Lisa Disner, Gael
Grossman, Jackie Kauf-
man, Jeff Klein, Alissa
Kreitman, Jennifer Knoll,
Julie Knoll, Andrea Lam-
pear, Elliot Maness, Miriam
Menczer, Mark Nakisher,
Todd Stearn, Shawn Stearn
and Maria Weiss.
Ruach (grades three-four)
will close its year with a
boat trip to Bob-Lo June 22,
meeting 7:30 a.m. at the
synagogue. Deadline for
registration is Sunday. For
information, contact ad-
viser Burt Kideckel, 968-
1765.
Ha-or (grades five-six)
reservation forms for its
June 20 trip to Cedar
Point must be turned in
by Sunday to adviser
Robin Hutton or the
synagogue office. The
group will meet 7 a.m.
June 20 at the synagogue.
Bus transportation and
dinner will be provided.
Space is limited. For in-
formation, contact Miss
Hutton, 661-4212.
Talit and Tefilin Club
will recess for the summer
after its final meeting Sun-
day. The group will meet 9
a.m. for services and break-
fast, and then help with
preparations for the family
picnic.
Atid (grades nine-12) will
meet 2 p.m. Thursday in the
youth lounge to go go-kart
driving at the Roseville
Go-Kart Track. Drivers are
needed, and there is a
charge. This will be the last
Atid group event of the
year. Activities will resume
in September. For reserva-
tions by Tuesday, contact
President David Nathan,
967-3347; or Danny Kap-
lan, 543-1021 or 398-7422,
evenings.
For details on youth
events at Bnai David, con-
tact Youth Director Kaplan
on the synagogue youth-
line, 557-8325.

* * *

BNAI MOSHE Senior
United Synagogue Youth
(grades nine-12) will hold
installation of officers 7
p.m. today in the chapel.
Families and friends are in-
vited. Refreshments will be
served. For information,
call Religious Vice
President Howard Weiner,
851-7134.
Senior USY will go to
Bob-Lo June 22, meeting
7:30 a.m. at the synagogue.
The group should bring a
dairy bag lunch. Drivers are
needed. Friends are invited.
All reservations must be in
to the synagogue no later
than Wednesday. For in-
formation, call President

Linda Ankerman, 544-
0454; or adviser Michael
Sabes, 356-1823.
Kadima USY (grades
seven-eight) will go to
Bob-Lo June 22, meeting
7:30 a.m. at the synagogue.
The group should bring a
dairy bag lunch. Drivers are
needed. Friends are invited.
Reservations are due by
Wednesday. For informa-
tion, call President Ilana
Stollman, 547-5891; or ad-
viser Ellen Taylor, 353-
7108.
Talit and Tefilin Club
(age 13-18) will meet 8:30
a.m. Sunday in the chapel
for services and dis-
cussions, followed by
breakfast and bowling.
Everyone is welcome,
and there is a nominal
charge. For information,
call adviser Marc Behar,
557-8551.
Junior congregation (age
7-13) will meet 10 a.m.

Saturday for services and
discussions in the chapel.
Following services the
group will have its annual
awards luncheon. The
group also will have a
games afternoon. For reser-
vations for the luncheon or
information, call adviser
Mark Eichner, 358-0065, or
the synagogue, 548-3123.

Story Hour (age 3-6) will
meet 10 a.m. Saturday in
the library for Shabat
games and stories. Follow-
ing services the group will
have its annual award
luncheon. The group als
will have a games after-
noon. For reservations for
the luncheon or informa-
tion, call adviser Roberta
Warshaw, 399-6837.
For information about
any of the Bnai Moshe
youth activities, call Sharon
Levine, youth director,
548-3123 or 547-3369.

BBYO Activities

The AZA and BBG Coun-
cil Installations will take
place 7:30 p.m. Monday at
Adat Shalom Synagogue.
The theme for the evening is
"Tomorrow Depends on To-
day's Dreamers," and the
installation ceremony will
be followed by refreshments
and a dance featuring
Limitless Space Disco.
Installing officer will be
Hope Brandis, BBG pro-
gram director. Chairmen
for the evening will be Shari
Adelman of Machar BBG
and Bruce Rubenstein of
Samson AZA. Admission is
nominal.
The AZA Softball League
meets 9 a.m. Sundays at
Thompson Middle School
and Southfield High School.
The league will run through
Aug. 24. Twelve AZA teams
with more than 190 partici-
pants will be competing.
AZA Coordinator for the
league is Brian Papo of Rose
AZA. Spectators are wel-
come.
District 6 BBYO will
hold its annual conven-
tion June • 19-23 at
Schwartz's Resort, El-
khart Lake, Wis. The
theme for the convention
is "Israel From the Inside
Out" and 300 delegates
from eight states and four
Canadian provinces will
attend. District elections
will also take place, the
BBG elections under the
direction of Cheryl Vel-
ick, retiring district BBG
president of Na'im BBG.
About 70 Michigan dele-
gates will attend. Coor-
dinators for Michigan
Region are Aileen Katz of
Simcha BBG and Steve
Gabel of Beber AZA. For in-
formation, call the BBYO
office, 552-8260.
The second annual Joan
Kalef Memorial Leadership
Award has been recently
presented to Steve Gabel of
Berber AZA. The award
recognizes leadership
achievement within the
BBYO and is in the form of
an all-expense paid trip to

district convention in WiS-
consin. Gabel has been a
member of AZA both in
Cleveland and in Detroit for
four years, and he has
served as council installa-
tion coordinator, president
of Beber AZA and district
convention coordinator for
Michigan Region.
The Great Lakes AZA
and -BBG Councils an-
nounce the appointment
of Michael Wais of
L'Chaim AZA and Re-
becca Goldbaum of
Naches BBG as coor-
dinators of the 1980
Michigan BBYO regional
convention.
BBYO announces the ap-
pointment of Lynn Weiss as
adviser to Simcha BBG of
West Bloomfield. Advisers
are still being sought for
AZA and BBG chapters in
Huntington Woods, West
Bloomfield and Southfield.
If interested, please contact
Brian Ackerson or Arnold
Weiner at the BBYO office,
552-8260.

CJC to Rewrite
Constitution

MONTREAL (JTA) — A
committee of Canadian
Jewish leaders will be set up
to help Federal and Provin-
cial government officials
rewrite sections of the con-
stitution, according to the
newly-installed president of
the Canadian Jewish Con-
gress, Irwin Cotler.
The committee will limi
suggestions to those parts
the Canadian constitutior
dealing with minority an
human rights, and mur- -
ticulturism, Cotler told a
press conference.
The new president also
spoke about Quebec Jews
trying to integrate into the
political and social
mainstream of French
Quebec. "I think, to Jews,
Francoization is as inevita-
ble as it is irreversible.
Quebec will soon be as
French as Ontario is
English," he said.

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