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November 21, 1980 - Image 52

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-11-21

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THE DEtROIT )EWItlittitr 111

Youth News

The youth will see
Neuvirth 10:30 a.m. Satur-
"Annie" Jan. 21 at the
day in room 105.
Garinim (fifth and sixth Fisher Theater, leaving 7
grades) will have Shabat p.m. from the synagogue.
services 10:15 a.m. Satur- Advance reservations
day with Floyd Glen in the are required. For reser-
vations or information on
chapel.
Shoresh (seventh and junior congregation serv-
1
Men & Women
1 eighth grades) and Mig- ices and activities, call
NEW SOLID
STATE MACHINES
dal Tzion (ninth-12th Mike Sabes, coordinator,
1
will conduct 356-1823.
Fast • Safe • Permanent
II grades)
Yachad (age 15 1/2-17) will
weekly services 10:15
1 a.m. Saturday in the see the Jewish Heritage
Free Consultation
Exposition (JEXPO) 1:30
board room. The groups
also will sponsor the an- p.m. Sunday at the main
Formerly of Northland Center
Jewish Community Center,
nual Hanuka auction be-
16231 14 Mile Road
ginning with a spaghetti meeting 1:15 p.m. at the
(Betw. Southfield & Greenfield) I
synagogue. There is a
dinner 5 p.m. Sunday.
guiNIIIII••••••••••••1111•11••••1211
For information about charge. For information,
youth activities, contact call adviser Heidi Press,
355-5447.
Cheryl Kovsky, youth di-
INTRODUCING
Dor Chadash (age 13-15)
rector, 851-5100.
will
see the JEXPO Sunday,
BETH ABRAHAM
meeting 1:15 p.m. at the
The Largest In Southfield
HILLER MOSES' junior synagogue.
For details, call
congregation group for adviser Sima Ab-
youth age 7 and 8 will meet ramovitz, 356-6282.
10 a.m. Saturday in the
Dor Chadash requests
music room for services. that its members begin sav-
Is The Most Reliable
Esther Mermelstein is the ing newspapers for its paper
adviser. Leaders this week
are Gerami Seitzman and drive to be held in December
• 24 Hour Taxi Service
and January. Papers may
Adam Treitman.
• Airport Sbrvice
Story Hour (age 5 and 6) be dropped off during the
• Package Delivery
meets 10 a.m. Saturday in last week of December and
week of January in the
the nursery. Barbara Ravitz first
orange van parked behind
is the adviser.
synagogue. Proceeds
4 Can Ride for The Price of 1
Youth age 9-14 will meet the
will benefit the youth
9:45 a.m. Saturday in the
main sanctuary in honor of group.
call 559-1972 k
Machar (age 9-12) will
the Bar Mitzva of Alan
meet 12:15 p.m. Sunday at
Newman.
the synagogue to see a
movie. Participants are re-
quested to bring a dairy
lunch. There is a charge,
and drivers are needed. For
details, call adviser Tedd
Schneider, 968-2324.
Atid holds activities for
youth age 6-8. To get on the
mailing list, call adviser
Julie Margolis at the
synagogue, 851-6880.
* * *
sizes 3-20
BETH ACHIM'S Lahav
United Synagogue Youth
executive board will meet
- 25282 Greenfield in the Northgate Center
7:30 p.m-. Nov. 28 in the
home of Lahav President
968-0044
M-S 10:00-6:00
Lillian Katz, 25952 Strat-
ford Pl., Oak Park. The
group's next activity will be
horsebackriding Dec. 14 at
Roy's Ranch.
Lahav members achieved
a 21-21 tie score in their re-
cent touch football game at
the home of adviser Howard
Mitz. The team of Joel
Ben-Moche, Harvey Kaner,
Robbie Udman and David
Mintz challenged the team
of David, Abella, Mitz, Jon
(As of Nov. 29, 1980)
Zurackin and Mike Wein-
rab, while Gail Greenspon
and Lillian Katz acted as
cheerleaders.
Religious Vice President
Mark Hubert announces
that beginning Saturday
the weekly Lahav Sabbath
service has been switched
from the youth lounge to the
Klein Chapel, according to
the decision of the Youth
Commission. Lahav mem-
bers are preparing for
Shabat Ha-Noar, which will
take place in February.
Rabbi Milton Arm will as-
sist. For information about
Lahav, call Miss Katz,
968-5411.
Kadimah (grades seven
and eight), under the
Registered Electrologist
leadership of Shelly
Kieran, will meet 2 p.m.
Sunday at the synagogue

ADAT SHALOM Nit- a.m. Saturday in room 104.
zanim (age 3-5) will gather Makor (age 6-9) will be
for children's services 10:30 led at services by Michael
Of

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to rehearse the group's
Hanuka program, which
will be presented at the
Beth Achim party Dec. 7.
Kadimah president,
Emily Burns, announces
that a meeting of
Kadimah's officers will be
held at 1 p.m. Sunday to
plan the group's calendar
for the next few months.
Members of Kadmiah are
invited to join the Lahav
minyan which will be held
in the Klein Chapel begin-
ning Saturday. Stamps are
awarded for participating in
this service.
Bnai Mazal President
Amy Krome and Vice
President Michelle Hubert
invite all fifth and sixth

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graders to meet 2 p.m. Sun-
day at the synagogue to help
create several banners
which will decorate the
Beth Achim Hanuka party
on Dec. 7. This group, under
the leadership of adviser
Robin Friedman, also will
help the Kochavim make
the Hanuka presents which
will be distributed to the
residents of Prentis Manor
Dec. 14. Amy Emmer ad-
vises all Bnai Mazal mem-
bers to wear blue jeans and
protective clothing.
Kochavim members
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pare about 100 gifts
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