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October 03, 1980 - Image 55

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, October 3, 1980 55

Youth News

(Continued from Page 54)
at the synagogue.. There is a
charge. For information,
call President David
Nathan, 967-3347; or
Helayne Shaw, 967-4156.
Newspapers are being col-
lected for the group's paper
drive through Oct. 12.
Newspapers should be
dropped off in the sukka.
Junior congregation
holds Shabat services 10
Saturdays.
tory Hour will meet 10
Saturdays for youth
111E.
:
age 4-6. There will be
Shabat games and stories
followed by a youth
kidush. Joyce Lang is the
group leader.
Talit and Tefilin Club
meets 9 a.m. Sundays for
services followed by break-
fast, sponsored by the men's
club. Reservations are
being taken for the Oct. 12
Lions game. For ticket in-
formation, .call Alan Hur-
vitz, 557-0822, evenings.
For information, call the
youth line, 557-8325.

* * *

BNAI MOSHE Senior
"Moshe Mouse" United
Synagogue Youth (grades
nine-12) will hold a "Moshe
Mouse" social with Cong.
Beth Shalom 8:30 p.m. Oct.
11 in the home of Michael
Ungar, 17259 New Jersey,
Southfield. The evening's
program will include short
films, refreshments and
games. There is a nominal
fee. Friends are invited. For
reservations or informa-
tion, call President Linda
Ankerthan; 544-0454; or
adviser Sue Acker, 968-
0037.
Moshe Mouse USY is now
collecting used books, re-
cords, comic books and
magazines for a used book
sale in November. Proceeds
from the sale go to charity.
Books may be dropped off at
the synagogue office any
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information, contact Ms.
Ankerman or Ms. Acker.
Moshe Mouse USY is
seeking members. Anyone
interested in joining the
group should contact Mem-
bership Vice President
Michael Ungar, 557-1481.
Senior USY is planning
the Center Area kinnus
with Cong. Beth Shalom
for Oct. 30-Nov. 2. Any-
one interested in helping
with the planning should
contact co-chairperson
Ungar.
Kadima USY (grades
seven-eight) will go on a
scavenger hunt in a sur-
prise mall, Sunday, meeting
1:30 p.m. in the youth
lounge. The group will then
proceed to the Jewish
Community Center for a
kosher dinner. Everyone is
welcome, and there is a
nominal charge. Drivers are
needed. For reservations or
information, call adviser
Ellen Taylor, 353-7108.
Kadima USY is seeking
new members. Anyone in-
terested in joining the group
should contact President
Ilana Stollman, 547-5891,
or Ms. Taylor.
Chalutzim (grades four-
six) will have a Shabat
dinner and oneg Shabat
6:30 p.m. Oct. 10 in the
home of Youth Director
Sharon Levine, 23025 Kipl-
ing, Oak Park. Everyone is
welcome for this evening of
food, Shabat stories and
games. There is a nominal
charge. For information or
reservations, call adviser
Jill Camen, 545-3088.
Chalutzim is seeking
new members. Anyone
interested in joining
should contact Ms. Ca-
men.

Winners of the BBYO
kickoff poster contest,
whose theme was "Gotta
Getcha Into the Life of
BBYO," were: Goode AZA,
first place; Herzl AZA,
-Windsor, second place;
Samson AZA, third place.
BBG winners were Aliyah
BBG, first place; Rishonah
BBG, second place; and
Sabra BBG, third place.
Herzl AZA of Windsor
will hold its annual
Sweetheart Dance and in-
stallation 7 p.m. Oct. 11 at
Shaar Hashomayim

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There is a charge. Kinnus
T-shirts are available at a
charge. For information,
call Teri Bornstein, junior
congregation adviser, 557-
5975.
Candy sale contracts
are being distributed to
junior congregation
members. The contracts
should. be returned to
Treasurer Eric Gould.
For information, call
Eric, .557-0079.
Junior congregation
holds regular Shabat serv-
ices 10 a.m. Saturday and
every Sunday followed by
breakfast. Services are held
in the small chapel.
JIFY will meet 9:30 a.m.

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planning a play that it will
Rishonim (grades one-
three) will have elections of perform later this year. Re-
freshments will be served,
officers 12:30 p.m. Sunday
and everyone is welcome.
in the youth lounge. Anyone
For information, call ad-
interested in running for
office or voting must be a viser Ms. Warshaw.
Shabat Nursery Program
paid member. A short meet-
(to age 3) will be held in the
ing will follow the elections
school wing from 10 a.m.
and then the group will go
until the end of services. Re-
rollerskating at the Ambas-
freshments will be served.
sador Roller Rink.
For information, call Ann
Everyone is welcome, and
Wanitek, 548-9000.
there' is a nominal charge.
For information about
Drivers are needed. For
any of the Bnai Moshe
reservations or informa-
youth activities call Sharon
tion, call adviser Diane
Levine, youth director,
Shaw, 967-4156.
548-3123 or 547-3369.
Talit and Tefilin Club
* * * •
(age 13-18) will meet 8:45
SHAAREY ZEDEK-
a.m. Sunday in the chapel
junior congregation will
for services and discussions,
have a progressive dinner
followed by breakfast and
Saturday, meeting 6:30
bowling. Bowling teams are
p.m. in the synagogue. Fol-
being formed at this time.
lowing the dinner the group
Everyone is welcome, and
will reconvene in the
there is a nominal fee. For
synagogue for a movie and
information, call adviser
refreshments. The movie is
Marc Behar, 557-8551.
"Wait Until Dark." There is
USY services (grades
a charge and reservations
seven-12) will meet 10 a.m.
are made by payment by
Saturday in the board room
check. For information, call
for services and discussions.
Renee Reich, 559-5775.
Everyone is welcome. For
Junior congregation will
information, call Ms. An-
make taleisim Oct. 19 fol-
kerman or Ms. Acker.
Junior congregation (age
lowing the minyan and
7-13) will meet 10 a.m.
breakfast in the synagogue.
Saturday in the chapel for
There is a charge. For in-
services and discussions.
formation, call Danny Co-
Everyone is invited. For in- , hen, 1-334-6094.
formation, call adviser
Junior congregation will
Mark Eichner, 358-0065.
attend the Central Region
Junior congregation will
United Synagogue Youth
hold nominations for offi-
kinnus weekend Oct. 30-
cers Saturday and elections
Nov. 2 at Cong. Beth
will be held Oct. 11..Anyone
interested in running for
office should contact Eich-
ner.
Story Hour (age 3-6) will
meet 10 a.m. Saturday in
the school wing for Shabat
stories and games. The
group also will work_ on

Synagogue, 115 Giles Blvd.,
Windsor. All AZA and BBG
members are invited. Tic-
kets are available at the
BBYO office. For informa-
tion, contact Ronn Glanz,
(519) 969-7967.
The AZA and BBG coun-
cils will hold their general
executive board meetings
for all council officers and
chairmen and chapter
presidents Oct. 16. The AZA
meeting will be held 4. p.m.
in the Dubin Meeting Room
at the Bnai Brith building,
25835 Southfield. The BBG
meeting will be held at the
BBYO office, 17356 W. 12
Mile, at 3:30 p.m.
Ruach AZA will hold its
second annual racquetball
tournament Oct. 18 and 19
at the main Jewish Corn-
munity Center. The pro-
gram is open to all Jewish
youth. For information,
contact Dan Plotnick, 855-
1173.
BBYO announces the ap-
pointment of Terry Verk as
adviser to Herzl AZA of
Windsor. Volunteers are
needed as advisers to BBYO
chapters in West Bloomfield
and Southfield. To volun-
teer, call Brian Ackerson or
Arnie Weiner at the BBYO
office, 552-8260.

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