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October 31, 1980 - Image 62

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-10-31

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

62 Friday, October 31, 1980

Youth News

ADAT SHALOM Nit-
zanim (age 3-5) will hear
stories and learn prayers
10:30 a.m. Saturday in room
104 with Sue Victor.
Makor (age 6-9) will
gather for children's serv-
ices 10:30 a.m. Saturday in

Michael
105.
room
Neuvirth is the leader.
Garinim (fifth and sixth
grades) will have Shabat
services 10:15 a.m. Satur-
day in the chapel, under the
supervision of Floyd Glen,
adviser.
Shoresh (seventh and
eighth grades) will con-
duct services 10:15 a.m.
Saturday in the board
room with adviser, Marc
Ankerman.
Members of Migdal Tzion
will attend the Central
Region Kinnus weekend
being held in Detroit
through Sunday. The
weekend combines study,
prayer and social activities
for high school students
from Michigan and Ohio.
Debby Vieder, adviser, also
will attend.

For information about
youth activities, contact
Cheryl Kovsky, youth di-
rector, 851-5100.

* * *

BETH ABRAHAM
HILLEL MOSES junior
congregation conducts
Shabat services 10 a.m.
Saturdays for youth age
5-14, coordinated by Mike
Sabes. Youth are invited to
lead Shabat services and
regular attendance will
make them eligible for free
admissions to events. For
details, call Sabes, 356-
1823.
Dor Chadash (13-15) will
attend the city-wide disco
8:30 p.m. Nov. 15 at Cong.
Shaarey Zedek. There is a
charge and refreshments
will be served. Sheldon Yel-
lin will provide music. .
Tickets are still available
to Dor Cadash members for
the Nov. 16 Lions game at
the Silverdome, meeting
noon at the synagogue. For
details, call adviser Sima
Abramovitz, 356-6282.

the
at
p.m.
12:15
synagogue. There is a
charge. For information,
call adviser Julie Margolis,
851-6880.

* * *

Story Hour will meet with
Kochavim and junior
congregation, before Joyce Lang at 10 a.m.
these groups join the Saturday and join the main
senior congregation in congregation at 11:45 a.m.
Parents who wish to involve
the main sanctuary.
For information about the their children in this group
youth activities at Beth should call the youth hot-
Achim, contact Jackye line, 557-8325.
Services will be held for
Drapkin, youth director, at
youth age 6-9 at 10 a.m.
the synagogue, 352-8670.
The youth commission is Saturday, under the direc-
trying to contact members' tion of Nancy Korn. They
children who are away at will join the main congrega-'
college, to send them a tion at 11:45.
Youth age 10-12 wi.
Hanuka package. Members
should supply their chil- hold services 10 a.m.
dren's names to Ms. Drap- Saturday, under the di-
S rection of Youth Director
kin.
Denise Cohen. Partici-
BETH SHALOM junior pants are sought and
Lions game tickets will be
congregation members who
awarded to persons who
qualify for perfect attenders
recognition, by attending attend regularly.
The senior group will
Shabat services regularly,
meet 10 a.m. in the small
have received awards.
They are: Debby Carp, chapel, under the direction
Elana Greenbaum, Nikolas of Stuart Rogoff.
Persons age 10-17 who
Elmers, Marc Glinter and
Shawn Lavetter, all first attend Saturday morning
and second graders. They Shabat services will be
were nominated by junior entitled to tickets to the
congregation leader Mrs. Lions game Sunday, meet-
Robin Willner. ing 11:15 a.m. at the youth
Third and fourth graders lounge. Parents are needed
who qualify are: Alan to drive. For details, call
Landau, Michael Barack, Jeff Danto, 642-9508; or
Rande Carp, Shira Green- Mrs. Cohen, 352-5438, eve-
baum, Amy Nida, Jennifer nings. Advance reserva-
Sima and Reva Nelson. tions are required.
Fifth and sixth graders in-
Talit and Tefilin Club
clude:
Marla
Collins,
Debra
Nelson,
Adam
Lubin,
Alex will meet 9 a.m. Sunday for
Greenbaum, David Landau, services in the synagogue,
Sara Lefton and Andrew and luncheon and bowling
Goldberg. at Ark West Lanes will fol-
low. For information, call
Nursery-kindergarten Alan Hurwitz, 557-0822.
and first and second
Ruach (grades three-
graders will hear folk
singer Tom Glazer 1 p•m• four) and Ha-Or (grades
Nov. 9 at the Southfield book
five-six)
go Jewish
to the
fair will
at the
Parks and Recreation Community Center Nov.
building, meeting noon at 9. Participants are re-
Beth Shalom.
quested to bring lunches
Third, fourth, fifth and and meet at 1:30 p.m. in
sixth graders will see the the youth lounge. Follow-
Puppet Theater of Israel 11 ing the presentation by
a.m. Nov. 28 at the Music Sadie Weilerstein, the
Hall, meeting 10 a.m. at the groups will swim at the
synagogue. There is a Center. For reservations
charge and payment and by Thursday, call Burt
reservation slips must be Kideckel, Ruach adviser,
returned by Sattirday.
968-1765; or Robin Hut-
* * *
ton, Ha-Or adviser, 661-
BNAI DAVID junior 4212.
Masada (grades seven-
congregation will hold serv-
ices 10 a.m. Saturday in the eight) will attend the
synagogue.
(Continued on Page 63)

BETH ACHIM'S Lahav
United Synagogue Youth
announces its delegates to
the Central Region USY
Cantor SAMUEL
kinnus this weekend are:
Joel Ben-Moche, Amy Can-
Certified
tor, Harvey Kaner, Lillian
Katz, David Mintz, and ad-
Serving Homes & Hospitals
viser Howard Mitz. Youth
399-7194
' 547-7970
Director Jackye Drapkin
will also be available at the
REV. HERSH1
kinnus' evening activities.
Lahav's religious services
usually conducted at Beth
Certified Mohel
Achim will be held at the
kinnus. However, next
557-0888
week, Lahav will resume its
minyan at 10 a.m. Saturday
in the youth lounge.
RABBI S. ZACHARIASH.
Lahav will meet 7 p.m.
Specialized
Nov. 8 at the synagogue to
MOHEL
go to Beth Abraham Hillel
In Home or Hospital
Moses to form carpools with
the Yachad group for a
Oct. 15 —To Mr. and Mrs.
557-9666
hayride at Upland Hills
Martin Gene (Sharon
Farm. After the hayride,
Blechman) of Farmington
both groups will return to a
RABBI DR. Id.E0
Hills, a daughter, Faya Re-
Yachad (age 151/2-17)
pizza party at Beth Achim.
nee.
will have a hayride with There is a charge for the
* * *
the Cong. Beth Achim
Expert Mohel
Oct. 15 — To Mr. and Mrs. Lahav United Synagogue hayride and party. Drivers
Serving Hospitals and Homes
Allen L. Amber (Karen Youth group Nov. 8, will get a reduced fee. To
U 2-4444
. 547-8555
Stewart) of Birmingham, a meeting at Beth Ab- volunteer, call President
Lillian Katz, 968-5411.
son, Douglas Ian.
raham Hillel Moses at 7
* * *
Beth Achim's Kochavim
E
ney
S
id
B
Cantor
Sept. 26 — To Mr. and p.m. The hayride will be (grades three and four) and
Mrs. Michael Olson (Elaine at Upland Hills Farm and Bnai Mazal (grades five and
a party will follow at Beth
Krohngold) of Madison Achim. There is a charge six) will meet 1 p.m. Nov. 9
Certified Mohel
Heights, a daughter, Stacey and drivers will get a re- in the synagogue parking
358-1426 or 357-5544
lot
to go to the Jewish
l
Anne.
duced fee. For reserva- Community
Center to hear
C
tions by Wednesday, call Sadie Rose Weilerstein,
adviser Heidi Press, 355- author of the K'tonton
5447.
Yachad will join the Bnai books. Both groups have ar-
ranged the use of the Cen-
David Atid group for a trip ter's swimming pool from 3
to a Lions game at the Pon- to 4 p.m. Members of
tiac Silverdome, Nov. 16, Kochavim should make
meeting 10:45 a.m. at Beth reservations with adviser
tots ifirii teens
Abraham Hillel Moses. Judy Goldis, 626-1181; be-
Dinner will follow at Bnai fore Thursday to receive
David. Reservations are mitzva credit. Members of
doctors shoe prescriptions
limited to 10 and there is a Bnai Mazal must make
charge. For ticket reserva- reservations with adviser
correcti/ filled
tions, call Miss Press.
Robin Friedman, 642-8041,
Machar (age 9-12) will go prior to Thursday to receive
•dingo
•bass
rollerskating at Bonaven- the bonus credit. Additional
•foot traits
•keds
ture roller rink Nov. 9, leav- mitzva credit is being of-
• hush puppies
headouartem for •converse
ing 12:15 p.m. for the fered to members whose
• dexter
'bats
synagogue. There is a parents drive.
danceWecir
Copal()
•weber
•danskin .
charge. For reservations
Kadimah (grades seven
•cluidlife-tico
•lazy bones
and information, call Tedd and eight) adviser Shelly
Schneider, adviser, 968- Kieran reminds members
2324.
about the city-wide
Atid (age 7 and 8) will go Kadimah disco 8 p.m.
tri le at icarmin9ton Rdjanniogton hais
bowling Nov.' 16 at West Nov. 15 at Cong. Shaarey
Bloomfield Lanes, meeting Zedek. For reservations,
'N call Shelly, 399-3287.
Nitzanim meets every
Sabbath at 10 a.m. in the
board room with adviser
Beth Norman. Activities in-
BEDROOM FURNITURE FOR KIDS OF ALL AGES
clude songs, stories, puzzles
by FAMOUS brands like . . .
and games.
Kochavim (grades three
,BrOYta
and four) has a new Shabat
service conducted by Joey
Kowalsky which meets in
no the double classroom in the •
Hebrew School annex every
week at 10 a.m. This serv-
ice includes Hebrew and
English songs, games and
4 stories.
Junior congregation serv-
ices are held 10 a.m. Satur-
days in the Klein Chapel for
youngsters age 10-12, under
the supervision of Barry
Lippitt.
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