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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-03-20

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54 Friday, March 20, 1981

Youth News

nounces its youth lounge
has a weekly drop-in 7 p.m.
Tuesdays for kids of all
ages. Admission is free.
The Machar group will go
to the Detroit Zoo Sunday,
meeting 12:15 p.m. at the
synagogue. There is a
charge, and participants
should bring a dairy lunch.
For reservations, call ad-
viser Tedd Schneider, 968-
The Dor Chadash group
will see the 3-D film, "The
Creature from the Black
Lagoon," Sunday, meeting 6
p.m. at the synagogue.
There is a charge. For
reservations, call adviser
Sima Abramovitz, 356-
Junior congregation will
have services 10 a.m.
Saturday, under the direc-
tion of Mike Sabes.

* * *


is taking applications for
the 28th annual Central
Region United Synagogue
Youth convention which
will be held from April 10 to
12 at the Hyatt Regency
Hotel in Louisville, Ky.
This weekend • is the regis-
tration deadline. Any
member who is considering
attending should contact
Lahav President Lillian
Katz, 968-5411; or Lahav
adviser Gary Feinberg
The Beth Achim youth
commission and Lahav Offer
subsidies for transportation
on a participation basis,
judged by Lahav's
standards committee.
Lahav's Religious Vice
President Mark Hubert will
conduct Sabbath services 10
a.m. Saturday in the Klein
Chapel. Members of


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Rogoff. Robby Chatlin will
be given special portions to
lead. Refreshments will be
served. The students will
join the main congregation
at 11:30.
Students who attend five
of the next six Shabat serv-
ices will be entitled to see a
3-D movie at the Detroit In-
stitute of Arts. Persons in
grades three-eight are elig-
Persons who attend
Shabat services reg-
ularly will qualify for
youth awards in May.
Masada will meet .1:30
p.m. Sunday to help prepare
for the Purim dinner, which
will be served at 6 p.m. All
children in the youth pro-
gram are invited. Third and
fourth graders will
entertain. There is a nomi-
nal charge. For reserva-
tions, call Mrs. Cohen, by
today, 352-5438.
The Bnai David Bottle
Brigade, a fund raiser for
the youth department, is
A Purim puppet show will
take place 2 p.m. March 29
in the small dining room.
Bev Katz will present her
"Red Carpet Show."
Shalom, Ruach and Ha-or
_ groups are invited. Tickets
are limited. For reserva-
tions, call Ms. Korn or Mrs.
The synagogue is still
taking entries for its
"Vote for Your Favorite
Shaina Punim" contest
for children age 4-16.
Persons who wish to
enter the contest should
mail in or bring in a baby
picture with their name,
age and phone number
on the back. There will be
The synagogue is order-
ing T-shirts with the slogan,
* * *
"Bnai David Kinderla," for
BNAI DAVID junior children in the youth de-
congregation will hold partment. Forms are being
Shabat services 10 a.m. distributed.
Cantor Hyman Adler is
Saturday. Ruach will have a
dress rehearsal for its song seeking youth interested in
and dance routine to be pre- participating in the
sented at the sisterhood and synagogue choir. Interested
men's club dinner Sunday. persons should meet with
The routine was written Cantor Adler 7:30 p.m.
and choreographed by ad- Tuesdays.
Atid will have a get-
viser Nancy Korn and
Youth Director Denise Co- together 9 p.m. April 4 in
the home of Helayne Shaw.
Grades five-eight will The group will see "The
continue with the third por- Rocky Horror Picture
tion of its special service, "A Show" later that evening.
Talit and Tefilin Club
Shabat Experience," writ-
ten by adviser Stuart will meet 9 a.m. Sunday at

Kadimah are invited. Parts
of the services are distrib-
uted to volunteers accord-
ing to their respective He-
brew and English skills.
Kadimah will go rol-
lerskating at Bonaven-
ture March 29, meeting in
the synagogue parking
lot at 1:30 p.m. There is a
charge. Everyone is wel-
come. For reser,vations,
by Thursday, call Shelly
Kieran, 399-3287. Mitzva
credit will be given to
those who make reserva-
tions. Bonus credit is
given to members whose
parents will able to drive.
Bnai Mazal will bowl at
the Ark Lanes West March
29, meeting at 1 p.m. in the
synagogue parking lot.
Drivers are needed. For
reservations, by Thursday,
call Robin Friedman, 642-
8041, for bonus mitzva cre-
dit. Everyone is welcome.
There is a charge.
Tickets are on sale for the
Bubbatron, which will be
presented at Beth Achim 2
p.m. April 5 in the youth
lounge. This life-size puppet
show will be a joint project
conducted by Lisi Moses,
co-sponsored by the Detroit
Council of Pioneer Women
and the Beth Achim Sister-
hood. There is a special rate
for members of the ybuth
groups. Contact youth di-
rector Jackye Drapkin,
352-8670, for details. The
community is invited.
Kochavim holds a youth
service 10 a.m. Saturdays
in the classroom directly
across from the synagogue
office. Youngsters age 3-7
meet in the board room for
learning enrichment activi-
ties. Junior congregation
meets in the synagogue
youth lounge for a complete
learning service.

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the synagogue. They will
join the Bnai Moshe group
for prayers, brunch and the
bowling tournament. For
details, call Alan Hurwitz,
adviser, 557-0822.

* * *

group is willing to help
teach anyone interested.
The group meets every
Saturday at 10 a.m. For in-
formation, call Religious
Vice President Howard
Weiner, 851-1584; Miss
Ankerman or Miss Lazarus.
Junior congregation,
Story Hour, and the Shabat
nursery program will meet
10 a.m. Saturday. Refresh-
ments will be served, and
everyone is welcome.

Members will practice their
scenes for Neshef, to be pre-
sented on April 4 at 8:30
p.m. at the moadon.
At 1 p.m. Sunday,
Amelim and Chotrim will
hold their Neshef rehearsal
at the moadon.
Registration is open for
the 1981 season at Habonim
Camp Tavor. For details;
call the Camp Tavor regis-
trar, Suzanne Lowy, 47

"Moshe,. Mouse" United
Synagogue Youth will have
an oneg Shabat at Prentis
Manor 8 p.m. today. Re-
freshments will be served.
Everyone is welcome. For
* * *
reservations or informa-
Moshe Mouse USY,
tion, call Social Action Vice Kadima USY, Chalutzim
President Elyse Jacobs, and Rishonim are still seek-
Shabat will meet 5:25 p.m.
557-9464; President Linda ing volunteers for their
Saturday for games, songs,
Ankerman, 544-0454; or candy sales. Anyone in-
stories of the Parsha and re-
adviser Laura Lazarus, terested in helping or want-
ing more information
Moshe Mouse USY will should call the appropriate • Chatiltzim will meet 5:25
p.m. Saturday for games,
host this month's GDUSY chairmen: Moshe Mouse
songs, skits based on the
meeting 7:30 p.m. Thursday USY, Ruth Goldberg, 968-
Parsha and refreshments.
in the youth lounge.
9396, Mrs. Judith Weis-
There will be a group for
Moshe Mouse USY will man, 968-0509, Miss An-
have a study lunch follow- kerman or Miss Lazarus; boys in grades three-six led
ing Shabat services March Kadima USY, Bonnie Wi- by Avrohom Zimberg, meet-
28 at the home of S.J. Cher- nans, 545-1224, or Ms. ing 5:10 p.m. Saturday. One
rin, 1985 Lone Pine Rd., Taylor; Chalutzim, Joel of the features of the group
West Bloomfield. Luncheon Davidson, 398-6247, or will be the learning of Mis-
will be served. The group Danto; Rishonim, Mrs. hnayos in addition to songs,
will discuss "Intermar- Ronna Rosenbaum, 548- games and refreshments.
A special youth
riage." Everyone _is wel- 0035, or Ms. Hutton; or
come, and there is no Youth Director Sharon Shalosh Seudos will be
charge. For reservations, Levine, 548-3123 or 547- held following Minha at
call Cultural Vice President 3369. The candy orders 6:25 p.m. Saturday for all
Elyse Jacobs, 557-9464; should be turned into the youngsters. In charge of
this project are George
Miss Ankerman or Miss chairmen by March 29.
Gelberman, Rabbi
* * *
Shlomo Kupinsky and
Kadima will meet 1:30
ICHUD HABONIM an- Lawrence Singal.
p.m. March 29 in the
Young Israel Teens will
youth lounge to go rol- nounces its Bonim group
lerskating. Everyone is will meet 8 p.m. today at the redecorate the youth room
welcome, and there is a moadon, 25900 Greenfield, at Young Israel of Oak-
nominal fee. Drivers are Suite 205C, Oak Park. Woods Sunday at 1:45 p.m.
needed. For reservations
or information, call So-
cial Vice President Mara
BBYO Week will begin bership drive incentive
Stollman, 547-5891; or
adviser Ellen Taylor, 7:30 p.m. Saturday with a dinner. Ail those members
Purim party and Spirit who recruited new members
Night hosted by Erani BBG during the membership
Talit and Tefilin Club
at Thompson Middle School drive and those new mem-
will meet 8:30 a.m. Sunday
in the chapel and host the in Southfield. There will be bers who were recruited are
Bnai David T and T for serv- greggers and hamantashen. invited.
BBYO Week will con-
ices and discussions, fol- AZA and BBG chapters will
lowed by breakfast and participate in a banner con- clude with the Rose AZA
test, cheer contest and a annual spring dance featur-
T and T is gathering hamatashen-eating contest, ing WDRQ D.J. Mark
and the program will in- Roberts. The dance will
newspapers for a paper
clude a creative reading of begin at 8 p.m. March 28 at
drive to be held in April.
Southfield-Lathrup High
Anyone interested in help- the Megilla.
At 1 p.m. Sunday, the School. All Jewish youth
ing or wanting more infor-
AZA and BBG Council are invited.
mation should call adviser
The AZA Basketball
executives will challenge
Marc Behar, 557-8551.
Chalutzim will go to the the AZA and BBG chapter League will meet Sunday at
advisers in an exhibition the Morris Branch of the
Shrine Circus March 29,
meeting in the youth lounge basketball game at the Center. At 11:45 a.m.,
at 12:30 p.m. Everyone is Jimmy Prentis Morris Beber AZA will play Goo-) -
Branch of the Jewish Com- AZA and Herzl AZA v
welcome, and there is a
play Samson AZA. At 1:bu
munity Center.
charge. Drivers are needed.
The Bnai Brith Men's and p.m., Rose AZA takes on
Reservations are required,
and tickets are limited. For Women's Councils along Jolson AZA and Akiba AZA
with the BBYO board of di- challenges Kishon AZA.
reservations or informa-
tion, call adviser Jeff Danto, rectors will sponsor an ad- Beber AZA continues to
viser recognition night, lead Division I with a 5-0
642-9508; or the youth
honoring those adult volun- record followed closely by
lounge, 548-3123.
Rishonim will go to the teers who work with AZA Rose AZA at 5-1. Jolson
Shrine Circus March 29, and BBG chapters, 7:30 AZA sits atop Division II
meeting in the board p.m. Monday at Adat with a 5-0 record followed
by Kishon AZA at 4-1.
room at 12:30 p.m. Shalom Synagogue.
The Great Lakes BBG
An ice cream social and
Everyone is welcome,
announces the
and there is a nominal
charge. Drivers are hosted by Glazer BBG 7 selection of Andrea Berk of
needed. Reservations are p.m. Thursday at Yachad BBG, Windsor, as
required. Tickets are Thompson Middle the Michigan Region Dis-
limited. For reservations School. The program will trict 6 convention coor-
or information, call ad- feature a just-for-fun dinator. The District 6 con-
viser Robin Hutton, 661- "Mr. AZA 1981" contest. vention will take place June
4212; or the youth lounge. All BBYOers who wear 18-22 at Schwartz's Resort
USY Services is looking chapter or regional in Elkhart Lake, Wis., and
for interested people to help BBYO T-shirts will be is expected to draw 300 par-
ticipants from eight states
lead the services. The serv- admitted free.
and three Canadian prov-
ice includes Hebrew and
English readings and the BBYO will hold its mem- inces.

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