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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-06-20

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Friday, June 20, 1980

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Youth News

pients were: Betsy Bernard,
Rod Brown, Robbie Chatlin,
Jeffrey Kaufman, Mark
Lusky, Steven Nakisher,
Jeremy Shere and Gil Steb-
bins. Junior congregation
and Story Hour groups have
recessed for the summer
Great Beginnings For Gift Elegance

*
and will resume after the
High Holy Days in Sep-
tember.
over — Gift Wrapped Free of Charge) •
Shalom Group (for chil-

dren in kindergarten-


second grade) will visit the

Farm, an amusement park
in Windsor June 29, meet-
ing 11 a.m. at the
synagogue. Children should
bring a bag lunch. For
reservations, contact ad-
viser Diane Shaw, 967-
4415; or the synagogue,
557-8325.
Rauch (grades three-four)
will hold its annual year-
end trip to Bob-Low on Sun-
day, meeting 7:30 a.m. in
the youth lounge, and pro-
ceed to the Bob-Lo boat
dock. Members should bring
a dairy bag lunch and
spending money. For infor-
mation, contact adviser
Burt Kideckel, 968-1765.
Ha-or (grades five-six)
will end its year with an
outing to Cedar Point to-
day, meeting 7 a.m. in the
synagogue. Bus trans-
portation is provided.
Persons who have not
turned in money from the
group candy sale should
contact adviser Robin
Hutton, 661-4212.
Masada (grades seven-
eight) has re-scheduled its
fund-raising drive to June
29. The group will hold a
duck-pin bowl-a-thon in
Windsor, meeting 4:30 p.m.
at the synagogue. Members
may get sponsors for bowl-
HOURS: Monday thru Saturday 10-5
:j * *
ing, or just participate for
SUMMER HOURS
BNAI DAVID junior fun. Participants who
Closed Monday, June 30
attended the June 1 trip to
congregation members re-
Re-opening Tuesday, July 8
ceived awards for having Cedar Point will receive a
Closed Mondays thru July
the best attendance record rebate. For information,
Corner Northwestern & Inkster
at Shabat youth services contact adviser Laura
Lazarus, 541-5213.
Phone 357-1123
during the past year. Reci-
Atid (grades nine-12)
basketball team presented
the synagogue with its
1979-1980 championship
trophy of the Inter-
congregational Basketball
-League. The trophy Was
presented by team members
Ken Bernard, Steve Dines
and Richard Lampear to
synagogue president Larry
Traison at Shabat youth
awards ceremonies June 14.
The Gimel and Hei
classes of the United He-
brew Schools (Bnai
David branch) were win-
ners in the contest for
class attendance at
junior congregation
Shabat youth services
during the year. Gimel
class members who led in
attendance were: Lisa
Disner, Jennifer Knoll,

Steven Nakisher and
Todd Stern; in the Hei
class: Eric Abramson,
Sherri Bachaiov, Rod
Brown, Andrea Lam-
pear, Steve Levitt,
A Very Special Store for
Melissa Mandell, Robbie
PRE-TEENS ... JUNIORS
Nakisher and Douglas
OAK PARK
Wolf.
BLOOMFIELD
23133 Coolidge
For information on youth
6527 Telegraph
North of 9 Mile
events
at Bnai David, con-
at Maple near Franks
MON.-SAT. 10-6
tact a group leader or Youth
545-3242
644-4225
Director Danny Kaplan at
the synagogue, 557-8325.

AKIVA HEBREW DAY Horwitz, made a donation to
SCHOOL'S second grade the Allied Jewish campaign
class, taught by Susan determined by pledges
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SATURDAY, JUNE 21-29
50-75% OFF EVERYTHING

made for book reports writ-
ten.
Students were awarded
bronze, silver and gold
medals depending on the
amount of book reports
written. Winners were:
Jaron Burstyn, Debbi
Dworkin, Elisa Glass and
Joel Kruger, bronze; Amy
Berris and Joseph Selesny,
silver; and Gabrielle Albert,
David Berkower, Peggy Be-
rman, Noam Koenigsberg,
Ron Meisler and Raphael
Zuroff, gold.
*
BETH ACHIM junior
congregation will meet 10
a.m. Saturday in the Klein
Chapel for Shabat services.
A mini kidush will follow.
Lahav United Synagogue
Youth will have Shabat
services 10 a.m. Saturday in
the youth lounge.
Nitzanim will meet for
prayer and Story Hour 10
a.m. Saturday in the board
room.
Kochavim (third and
fourth grades), Bnai
Mazal (fifth and sixth
grades) and Kadimah
will have a year-end
membership luncheon-
party noon Sunday in the
youth lounge.
For required reservations
and information, -call
Kadimah adviser Shelly
Kieran, 399-3287; or
Kochavim adviser Jody
Goldis, 626-1181.
Lahav USY (grades
nine-12) will hold its year-
end membership party 3:30
p.m. Sunday in the home of
Social Vice President Har-
vey Kaner, 1893 Long
Pointe Dr., Bloomfield
Hills. For required reserva-
tions, call Kaner, 335-5354.

SPECIAL
SUMMER SALE

SPECIAL SUNDAY

ALL SUMMER SPORTSWEAR

30%-50% OFF

SELECT GROUP OF APPAREL
$5" $10" $15 °°
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OPEN 11-5 SUNDAY, JUNE 22

BNAI MOSHE Senior the group's president, Gor-
United Synagogue Youth die Bodzin, meeting 3 p.m.
(grades nine-12) will go to in the youth lounge. Drivers
Bob-Lo, Sunday, meeting in are needed, and everyone is
the youth lounge at 7:30 welcome. There is a nomi-
a.m. Everyone is to bring a nal charge which will in-
bagged dairy lunch, and elude dinner. For reserva-
drivers are needed. For in- tions or information, call
formation, call president adviser Tedd Schneider,
Linda Ankerman, 546- 968-2324 or 548-3123.
Rishonim (grades one- .
5797; or adviser Michael
three) will have a swim
Sabes, 356-1823.
Senior USY recently in- party and _barbecue at the
stalled their new officers for home of one of the group's
1980-1981. They are: Linda presidents, Sandy Rockir- 1
Ankerman, president; Susie meeting 11:30 a.m. in
Klein, Howard Weiner, youth lounge. Drivers ai
Michael Ungar, Elyse needed, and everyone is in-
Jacobs and Jeff Diskin, vice vited. There is a nominal
presiddnts; Ruth Goldberg, charge which includes
treasurer; and Allison Im- lunch. For reservations or
information, call adviser
ber, secretary.
Kadima USY (grades Roberta Warshaw, 399-
seven-eight) will go to 6837 or 548-3123.
Junior congregation
Bob-Lo Sunday, meeting in
the youth lounge at 7:30 (age 7-13) recently gave
a.m. Everyone is to bring a special awards to the
bagged dairy lunch, and members who have out-
drivers are needed. For in- standing attendance re-
formation, call President cords. Joel Davidson,
Ilana Stollman, 547-5891; Adam Weiner, Daniel
or adviser Ellen Taylor, Weiner and Miriam
353-7108. Weiner recieved kidush
attending
Talit and Tefilin Club Shabat
cups services
for
the most.
(age 13-18) will go to
Other awards went to
Bob-Lo Sunday, meeting
in the youth lounge at (Continued on Page 43)
7:30 a.m. Everyone
THE NEWESTN
should bring a bagged
dairy lunch, and drivers
CRAZE
are needed.
T and T Club will present
this year's trophies June 29.
The group will meet in the
chapel at 8:30 a.m. for serv-
ices and breakfast. For in-
formation, call adviser
Call
-
Marc Behar, 557-8551.

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