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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-04-10

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THE. DETROIT JEWISH-NEWS.

Friday, April 10, 1981 _

Youth News

ADAT SHALOM Nit-
zanim will hold Shabat
services 10:30 a.m. Satur-

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Makor will have services Gill, Jon Levy, Tami Lifton,
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Lupovitch, Gail Nachman,
105.
Garinim will hold Shabat Michael Nachman, Hadas
services in the small chapel Reiter, Andy Rocklin and
Amy Freedland.
10:15 a.m. Saturday.
Barry Frank, chapter
Shoresh will hold
Shabat services 10:15 president, announces that
a.m. Saturday in the Melissa Okun, Marcy
Woronoff and Lori Shapiro
board room.
Migdal Tzion will partici- will chair Adat Shalom's
pate in the United participation in the Israel
Synagogue Youth regional Independence' Day celebra-
convention in Louisville. tion May 10.
* *
Those attending include
Libby Alpern, Robin
BETH ABRAHAM
Chosid, Annette Ferber, HILLEL MOSES an-
Ronnie Ferber, Shari nounces its youth lounge
Ferber, Barry Frank, Benji has a drop-in every Tuesday
at 7 p.m. Youth of all ages
are invited, and admission
is free.
Services are held 10 a.m.
Saturdays for youth, under
the direction of Mike Sabes.
Dor Chadash will go rol-
lerskating 1 p.m. Sunday at
Bonaventure. There is a
charge. For reservations or
information, call adviser
Sima Abramovitz, 356-
6282.

* * *

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as delegates to the Central
Region United Synagogue
Youth's convention in
Louisville, Ky., this
weekend. Lahav adviser
Gary Feinberg will
chaperone the group. Sab-
bath services will be held as
usual for everyone in town,
beginning 10 a.m. Saturday
in Klein Chapel. Members
of Kadimah are invited.
Kadimah _adviser Shelly
Kieran reminds seventh
and eighth graders who are
planning to attend
Tamarack weekend May
1-3, to return their applica-
tions this week. Kosher
meals will be served. Call'
Shelly, 399-3287, to reserve
your place. The first 20 to
respond will be accepted.
Sixth grade members of
Bnai Mazal may also
attend. Call adviser Robin
Friedman, 642-8041, for in-
formation.
congregation
Junior
President Barrett Zeff re-
minds Bnai Mazal and
junior congregation mem-
bers that secretary Beth
Madorsky takes attendance
every week to determine
who will qualify for a
baseball game in June. You
must attend two out of three
services to be eligible.
Participating in Satur-
day's services are: Noah
Siegel, Craig Efrusy,
Michelle Hubert, Aaron
Siegel, Yale Goldis, Do-
reen Tepman, Robert
Bienstock, James
Sugarman, Joseph Zeff,
David Ettinger, Barett
Zeff and Larry Tepman.
The Beth Achim Youth
Commission has mailed 49
Passover packages to col-
lege students whose parents
are members of the congre-
gation. These packages
were assembled and pre-
pared by Mrs. Shelley Ger-_
shune, aided by Nitzanim
members Debbie and Jef-
frey Gershune, and Youth
Director Jackye Drapkin.
Those being sent to the
University of Michigan and
Michigan State University
will be hand delivered by
Lahav adviser Feinberg.
The packages contain a let-
ter from Rabbi Milton Arm,
a box of matza, a bottle of
wine, a Passover Haggada
and a bag of Passover candy.
Nitzanim meets 10 a.m.
Saturday in the board room.
Passover songs and stories
are studied. Everyone is
welcome. The group joins
the main congregation for
the conclu s ion of the service
to lead the Adon Olam
prayer.

* * *

there is a nominal charge.
Drivers are needed. For
reservations or informa-
tion, call Social Vice
President Mara Topper,
543-0736; President liana
Stollman, 547-5891; or ad-
viser Ellen Taylor, 355-
7108.
Talit and Tefilin Club
will meet 8:30 a.m. Sunday
in the chapel for services
and discussions followed by
breakfast. The group will
then hold a newspaper
drive. The drive will be held
from 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Anyone interested may
drop off their papers at the
truck-trailer in the back of
the synagogue. For infor-
mation, contact adviser
Marc Behar, 557-8551; or
Youth Director Sharon
Levine, 548- 3123 or 547-
3369.
Chalutzim will go on a
mystery car ride Sunday,
meeting in the board
room at 1:30 p.m.
Everyone is welcome,
and there is a nominal
charge. Drivers „are
needed. For reservations
or information, call ad-
viser Jeff Danto, 642-
9508.
Rishonim will meet 1:30
p.m. Sunday in the school
wing to go on a mystery car –
ride. Everyone is invited,
and there is a nominal fee.
Drivers are needed. For
reservations or informa-
tion, call adviser Robin
Hutton, 661-4212.
USY Services, junior con-
gregation, Story Hour and
the Shabat nursery pro-
grain will meet at 10 a.m.
Saturday. Everyone is wel-
come. Refreshments will be
served.

* * *

YOUNG ISRAEL OF
'GREENFIELD Kvutzat
Shabat will meet 5:45 p.m.
Saturday for games, songs,
stories of the Parsha and re-
freshments.
Chalutzim will meet 5:45
p.m. Saturday for games,
songs, skits based on the
Parsha and refreshments.
There will be a group for
boys in grades three to six
led by Avrohom Zimberg. •
The group will study Mis-
hnayos and have songs,
games and refreshments.
The boys will meet at 5:45
p.m. Saturday.
A special youth Shalosh
Seudos will be held follow-
ing Minha at 6:40 p.m.
Saturday for all youngsters.

* * *

Students Win
Bible Contest

Judith Edelstein of Tem-
ple Israel, Bay City, and
BNAI -MOSHE Senior Becca Krantz of Beth Israel,
"Moshe Mouse" United Ann Arbor, tied for first
Synagogue Youth will send place in the recent district
Elyse Jacobs, cultural- Bible contest for youth held
social action vice president; at the United Hebrew
Michael Ungar, member- Schools.
ship vice president; and
Second and third places
Lenny Jacobson, to USY were taken by sisters Beth
regional convention in and Molly Blumenstein, re-
Louisville, Ky., this spectively, students at the
weekend.
Bay City Temple Israel
Kadima USY will meet religious school.
Miss Edelstein and Miss
1:30 p.m. Sunday in the
youth lounge to go swim- Krantz will represent the
ming at the main Jewish state of Michigan at the na-
Community Center. tional Bible contest for
Everyone is welcome, and youth May 17 in New York.

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