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January 02, 1981 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-01-02

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

BETH ABRAHAM
Ruach and Ha-or will
HILLEL MOSES' junior meet Sunday for an open
congregation will resume game room and letter-
Shabat services 10 a.m. writing session. Refresh-
Saturday for youth age ments will be served.
5-15. Mike Sabes is coor-
Atid will hold elections
dinator.
12:30 p.m. Jan. 11 in the
Youth iri grades three- small dining room. The
seven will go to Camp group will join the Cong.
Tamarack Jan. 9-11. The Shaarey Zedek group after
weekend will include to- the election meeting to see
bogganing, games, Shabat the film, The Jazz Singer,"
service, Saturday night so- followed by dinner at Bnai
cial and discussions. Ad- David. For reservations,
vance reservations are re- call David Nathan, 967-
d. For reservations, 3347; or adviser Denise Co-
abes, 356-1823.
hen, youth director, 352-
Junior congregation 5438.
members (age 9-15) will see
Talit and Tefilin Club
"Annie" Jan. 21 at the will meet Sunday for
Fisher Theater. There is a prayers, followed by brunch
nominal charge, and ad- and bowling. A father-and-
vance reservations are re- son tournament will be held
quired. Those attending 10 Jan. 11.
* * *
Shabat services will be ad-
mitted free of charge.
BNAI MOSHE Senior
The Dor Chadash group "Moshe Mouse" United
still is collecting newspap- Synagogue Youth, Kadima
ers for its paper drive. USY and the Talit and Tefi-
Newspapers should be lin Club are still seeking
dropped off in the help for their annual Camp
synagogue parking lot Tamarack Winter Retreat,
(orange van) through to be held Feb. 13-15. To
Thursday.
volunteer, contact Moshe
* * *
Mouse chairman Nancy
BETH _ACHIM'S junior Jacobs, 559-7792; Kadima
congregation will meet 9:30 adviser, Ellen Taylor, 353-
a.m. Saturday to conduct a 7108; or T and T adviser
"dress rehearsal" for next Marc Behar, 557-8551.
week's special Youth Sab-
Talit and Tefilin Club
bath services. Officers will will resume on Sunday
be installed and a luncheon meeting at 8:30 a.m. in the
provided by the Youth chapel for services and dis-
Commission will follow cussions, followed by break-
services. Families are in- fast and bowling. There is a
vited, however, reserva- nominal fee. Everyone is
tions are necessary. For welcome.
reservations, call adviser
Chalutzim and the third
Barry Lippitt, 353-4477.
graders from Rishonim will
These members will have have a Tamarack informa-
parts in the services: Robert tion meeting 1:30 p.m. Sun-
Bienstock, Emily Burns, day in the youth lounge.
Scott Carrick, Craig Efrusy, The group will receive their
David Ettinger, Yale Gol- clothing lists at this time.
dis, Scott Hutten, Michelle Following the meeting the
Hubert, Beth Madorsky, group will make Shabat hol-
Laurie Phillips, Aaron lot and Shabat candles and
Siegel, Noah Siegel, James decorations for the
Sugarman, Doreen Tep- weekend.
man, Larry Tepman, Bar-
The group will meet
rett Zeff and Joseph Zeff.
6:30 p.m. Wednesday in
Kochavim and Nitzanim the youth lounge to put
youth services will meet at together their Tamarack
10 a.m. Saturday under the kits and source books,
leadership of Joey Kow- and finish all of their
alsky and Beth Norman. Tamarack projects.
After refreshments, these
The group will leave for
groups will join the senior
congregation in the main
Havura Journal
sanctuary.
Lahav services will be
NEW YORK (JTA) —
in the Klein Chapel The first issue of Havura, a
Saturday, under the di- quarterly newsletter or-
rection of Lahav adviser ganized to facilitate com-
Howard Mitz, and acting munication and dialogue
Religious Vice President, among havurot and to re-
Robbie Udman. Next port on what havurot do
w -k's services will be
and what they stand for to
in the youth lounge. the entire Jewish commu-
The youth department is nity," has been published by
in the process of revising the the National Havura Coor-
mailing lists for each group.
dinating Committee
To get on the mailing list, (NHCC).
call Judy Goldis (Kochavim,
grades three and four), Cancer Tests
626-1181; Robin Friedman Are Offered
(Bnai Mazal, grades five
The Michigan Cancer
and six), 642-8041; Shelly
Foundation
will sponsor
Kieran (Kadimah, grades
seven and eight); or Jackye free screening tests for cer-
Drapkin, youth director, at vical cancer at its Oakland
Service Center, 4224
the synagogue, 352-8670.
* * *
Woodward, Royal Oak, 9:30
BNAI DAVID junior a.m.-4 p.m. Wednesday and
congregation groups, Story Jan. 21.
Hour, grades three-four and
For information or to
grades five-six, will meet for schedule an appointment,
Shabat services 10 a.m. call the Oakland Service
Saturday.
Center, 549-4600.

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Friday, January 2, 1981

31

Youth News

Tamarack from Bnai Moshe
1:30 p.m. Jan. 9 and will re-
turn to the synagogue 3 p.m.
Jan. 11. The theme for the
weekend is "Jewish Life
Styles."
The weekend will include
tobogganing, ice skating,
services, hiking, dis-
cussions, a surprise social,
movie and heated cabins.
Besides the Bnai Moshe
staff the other chaperons
will be Danny Kaplan, Paul
Levine and Michael Sabes.
Anyone interested in par-
ticipating in the weekend
should contact the new
Chalutzim adviser Jeff
Danto, 642-9508; the
Rishonim adviser .Diane
Shaw, 967-4156; or Youth

Director Sharon Levine,
547-3369 or 548-3123, and
leave a message.
USY services, junior con-
gregation, Story Hour and
the Shabat Nursery Pro-
gram, will meet 10 a.m.
Saturday. Everyone is wel-
come. Refreshments will be
served.

Seuda will be held following
Minha at 4:50. Planning the
project are George Gelber-.

man,
Rabbi
Shloino
Kupinsky and Lawrence
Singal.

APPRAISALS

DONE WHILE YOU WAIT
CALL FOR APPOINTMENT
356-2525

* * *

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Shabat will meet 3:50 p.m.
Saturday for games, songs,
stories of the Parsha and re-
freshments.
Chalutzim will meet 3:50
p.m. Saturday for games,
songs, skits based on the
Parsha and refreshments.
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