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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-07-04

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Youth News

groups have recessed for the
summer. Sunday youth
groups and junior congrega-
tion Shabat youth services
will resume after the High
Holy Days in September.
Any youth (age 4-17) who
would like to participate in
next year's youth activities
can be placed on the pro-
gram mailing list by notify-
ing youth director Danny
Kaplan at the synagogue,
557-8325 or 398-7422, eve-

Talit and Tefilin Club
will go to Chicago Aug.
26-27. Members will be
hosted by a synagogue
youth gro ap, and will
tour the city and see a De-
troit Tiger baseball game.
Youth age 121/2-17 who
participated in the group
last year or plan to join in
September are welcome.
For details, contact
group President Howard
Korman, 559-5795; or the
synagogue. Alan Hurvitz
is adviser.

BBYO Activities


enty-one Michigan
RA__ - _in BBYOers attended
the District 6 BBYO con-
1 vention held in Elkhart
Lake, Wis. The theme of the
convention was "Israel from
I the Inside Out," and the
highlight was a phone call
% to Tel Aviv to speak to sev-
eral Israeli youth, members
of Noar L'Noar, BBYO's
counterpart there, about
their feelings on several
youth-oriented issues.
Michigan coordinators for
the convention were Steve
Gabel of Beber AZA and Ai-
leen Katz of Simcha BBG.
The convention also fea-
tured the finals of several
district contests and runoffs
for BBYO International
contests. In all, Michigan
BBYO captured 52 awards,
the most of any region pre-
The AZA Chai Club in-
cludes chapters that have
performed 18 hours of
community service dur-
ing the program year.
AZAs receiving recogni-
tion from Michigan were
Beber; Benny; Hart;
Herzl, Windsor; Jolson;
L'Chaim; and Rose.
The BBG Mitzva Club in-
eludes chapters that have
performed 20 hours of com-
munity service. BBGs re-
ceiving recognition were
Erani, Glazer, Savage,
Shalom Aviv and Yachad,
\I Windsor.
The District 6 $250 Club
recognizes those chapters
j giving that amount or above
to the BBYO International
Service Fund. Those chap-
_ ga
te rns qualifying from Mi II i
were nI D—
• BBG; Glazer BBG; Herzl
AZA, Windsor; Posen AZA;
Rose AZA; and Yachad
BBG, Windsor. Rose AZA
received a special achieve-
ment award for contribut-
ing more than $1,000 to ISF.
Michigan BBYOers who:
• won - first place are:
Paula Bass, Simcha
/ BT BBG Handicrafts;
ivi,_ -1 Gold, Glazer BBG,
BBG Literature; Steve
Fine, Jolson AZA, AZA Lit-
er p; Renee Moore, Dis-
ra,.._ BBG, BBG Photog-
raphy, Color; Andrew
Lippa, Samson AZA, AZA
Storytelling. Michigan
Region also took first place
in both the AZA and BBG
Council newspaper con-
. tests.
Second place achieve-
, ment was won by Shari

Adelman, Machar BBG,
BBG Photography,
Black-White; Mark Cym-
erint, Rose AZA, AZA
Photography, Black-
White; and Herzl AZA,
Windsor, AZA Chapter
Third. place awards were
presented to Brenda Zoldan,
Dalyah BBG, BBG Art;
Rick Freeman, Beber AZA,
AZA Handicrafts; Aileen
Katz, Simcha BBG, BBG
Storytelling; Caroline
Broida, Disraeli BBG, BBG
Oratory; Shalom Aviv BBG,
BBG Chapter Newspaper;
and Chavayrim BBYO,
Grand Rapids, BBYO Chap-
ter Newspaper.
Michigan Region also be-
came first place recipients
in 13 program-of-the-year
categories. L'Chaim AZA won

for its parent-teen relationships
night; Yachad BBG, Windsor, for
its fashion show; Posen AZA and
Ahavah BBG for a program on
"Our Jewish Roots"; the AZA
and BBG - Councils for a creative
leadership program called "The
Magic Kingdom of the
Presidency"; Beber AZA for its
party for retarded citizens;
Dalyah BBG for its senior citi-
zens program; Herzl AZA,
Windsor, for its oppressed
Jewry service and oneg; Glazer
BBG for its Simhat Torah outing;
Yachad BBG, Windsor, and Rose
AZA for their "Tradition"
weekend at the BBYO Milan
Conference Centre; the AZA and
BBG Councils for their partici-
pation in the recent Israel Inde-
pendence Day Celebration; Rose
AZA for their Spring Dance;
Masada BBG and Ruach AZA for
their "Winter Olympics"
weekend at the Milan Centre;
and Glazer BBG and Rose AZA
for their "All In The Family"
weekend at the Milan Centre.

Michigan Region BBG
was recognized for the high-
est actual increase in mem-
bership and the highest per-
centage increase, while
Michigan AZA made the
largest AZA contribution to
the International Service
'Fund and the largest per
capita contribution.

Housing Deal

group of American inves-
tors was reported last week
ready to sign an agreement
with the Ministry of Hous-
ing to build flats for rental.
The group, which in-
cludes several lawyers,
plans to raise $70-$80 mil-
lion from American insur-
ance companies. They are
represented in Israel by
Jonathan and Joab Hur-
witz, sons of Finance Minis-
ter Yigal Hurwitz.


The youth program will
send a surprise package to
group members who are
attending summer camp.
Children should notify a
youth leader or the
synagogue, 557-8325.

* * *

congregation (age 7-13) will
meet all summer in the
chapel, every Saturday 10
a.m. for Shabat services and
discussions. Everyone is
welcome. For information,
call summer adviser,
Michael Sabes, 356-1823.
Story Hour (age 3-6) will

meet 10 a.m. Saturdays all
summer in the board room
for Shabat stories and
games. Everyone is invited.
For information, call ad-
viser, Maureen Landau,
The youth department
will mail candy packages to
children who attend camp
during the summer. Mem-
bers should Notify the
For information about
Bnai Moshe youth activi-
ties, call Sharon Levine,
youth director, 548-3123 or


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