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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-03-13

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Youth News

(Continued from Page 22) ture movies. The group will
and discussions, fol- also spend the afternoon
lowed by breakfast. The swimming. There is a nom-
groups will then go bowl- inal fee, and everyone is
ing. The Bnai David T welcome. Drivers are
and T will then return to needed. For reservations or
join Bnai Moshe T and T information, call adviser
on March 22, for a similar Jeff Danto, 642-9508.
Rishonim will meet 1:30
program.
T and T Club is gathering p.m. Sunday in the youth
newspapers for a paper lounge to go to the Cran7
drive to be held in April. brook Planetarium.
\nyone interested in help- Everyone is welcome, and
ig or wanting information there is a nominal charge.
should contact adviser Marc Drivers are needed. For
reservations or informa-
Behar, 557-8551.
Chalutzim will meet 1:30 tion, call adviser Robin
p.m. Sunday in the board Hutton, 661-4212.
USY Services is looking
room to go to the main
Jewish Center for a pre- for interested people to help
Purim rally which will fea- lead the services. The serv-
ice includes Hebrew and
English readings and the
Electronic Cash
group is willing to help
teach anyone interested.
The group meets every
to
Saturday at 10 a.m. For in-
formation, call Religious
totals
Vice
President Howard
342-7802
Weiner, 851-1584; Miss
Ankerman or Miss Lazarus.
MAGICIAN
Junior congregation,
Exciting
Story Hour, and the Shabat
entertainment for
Nursery Program will meet
your organization
at 10 a.m. Saturday.
club or private party
Everyone is welcome, and
refreshments
will be served.
Stage Shows
Moshe Mouse USY,
Close up magic
Kadima USY, Chalutzim
Audience
and Rishonim are selling
Participation
candy as a fund raiser. Any-
one interested in helping or
Mel Eisenberg
wanting more information
547-2464
should call the appropriate
MENTALIST
chairmen: Moshe Mouse

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USY, Bonnie Winans, 545-
1224, Ilana Stollman, 547-
5891, or adviser Ellen
Taylor, 353-7108; Chalut-
zim, Joel Davidson, 398-
6247, or Danto; Rishonim,
Ronna Rosenbaum, 548-
0035 or Ms. Hutton, or
youth director Sharon
Levine, 548-3123 or 547-
3369.

YOUNG ISRAEL OF
GREENFIELD Kvutzat
Shabat will meet 5:10 p.m.
Saturday for games, songs,
stories of the Parsha and re-
freshments.
Chalutzim will meet 5:10
p.m. Saturday for games,
songs, skits based on the
Parsha and refreshments.
There will be a group for
boys in grades three-six led
by Avrohom Zimberg. One
of the features of the group
will be the learning of Mis-
hnayos in addition to songs,
games and refreshments.
The boys will meet 5:10 p.m.
Saturday.
A special youth
Shalosh Seudos will be
held following Minha at
6:10 p.m. Saturday for all
youngsters.
There will be a Shabat
luncheon Saturday for chil-
dren in grades one-five.
There is a charge payable
before Shabat. Singing will
be led by Heidi Ishakis and
Edie Katz. Special speaker
will be Rabbi Feiv-el
Wagner.
There will be a Purim
carnival 1:30 p.m. Sunday
for children of all ages.
There will be Purim games
and prizes. Refreshments
and game tickets will be
sold.
Junior Young Israel
Teens will meet at Young
Israel of Oak-Woods 5 p.m.
Sunday for a Purim mas-
querade and talent show.
Prizes will be awarded for
talent and costumes follow-
ing supper. There is a
charge. For reservations,
call Marta Lesser, 557-
3908.

4,Kci y

- Friday; March 13, 1981

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Youth Leader
Seminar Held

. The United Hebrew
Schools has organized a
special youth leadership
seminar designed to train
young people to become
more effective camp coun-
selors and leaders.
Students from National
Conference of Synaggoue
Youth and United
Synagogue Youth who are
participating in the pro-
gram have been recom-
mended by their youth
group advisers. Those who
complete the seminar will
receive a certificate.
The program meets 12:30
p.m. Sundays at the main
United Hebrew Schools
building. The instructors
for the series are Rabbi
Gerald A. Teller and Mrs.
Renee Wohl of the United
Hebrew Schools and David
Maiseloff, a social worker.

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