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May 01, 1981 - Image 51

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-05-01

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Phi Beta Kappas Named

Youth News

(Continued from Page 50)
lowed by breakfast and
bowling . The group will dis-
cuss final plans for the an-
nual community breakfast
to be held next week.
The Bnai Moshe youth
department will participate

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in the synagogue's annual
Mother's Day community
breakfast 10 a.m. Sunday in
the social hall. Everyone is
welcome, and there is a
nominal charge. Enter-
tainment and refreshments
will be available.
Tickets may be pur-
chased at the door. For
advance reservations or
information, call T and T
adviser Marc Behar 557-
8551; or Youth Director

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Nearly 1,000 seniors from
over 100 tri-county area
high schools will be honored
by the Detroit Association
of Phi Beta Kappa on Mon-
day at Ford Auditorium.
The 33rd annual honors
convocation will honor
graduating seniors who
maintained a grade point
average of 3.80 or above in
college preparatory classes
during their high school
careers.
Lewis Pino, president of
Phi Beta Kappa, will wel-

Sharon Levine, 548-3123
or 547-3369.
Bnai Moshe is helping
sponsor the Israel Indepen-
dance Day parade and cele-
bration 1 p.m. May 10 at the
Southfield Civic Center.
USY Services, junior con-
gregation, Story Hour and
the Shabat nursery pro-
gram will meet at 10 a.m.
Saturday. Refreshments
will be served. Everyone is
welcome.

Patients Hold
Passover Seder

BBYO Activities

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L'Chaim AZA will hold
its third annual 12-hour
bowl-a-thon 6 p.m. Satur-
day and 10 a.m. Sunday at
West Bloomfield Lanes.
Proceeds will go toward the
BBYO International Serv-
ice Fund. To pledge or for
information, call Josh
Lerner, 354-0724; or Mark
Bennett, 358-3465.
Masada BBG will hold
its annual no-talk-a-thon 8
a.m.-8 p.m. Sunday. Pro-

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BBYO International Serv-
ice Fund and for Masada
BBG chapter programming.
For information, contact
Suzanne Holtz, 968-8930; or
Alisa Waldman, 541-4665.
BBYO announces the
election of the following
new chapter presidents for
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ing year: Steve Salmons,
Jolson AZA; Sheryl Mar-
golis, Dalyah BBG; and
Nancy Baskin, Disraeli
BBG.
Marilyn Growe of
Glazer BBG and Brian
Binder of Rose AZA have
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ators of the AZA-BBG
Council Installations.
BBYO has appointed Ron
Sherr as administrator . for
the forthcoming AZA
Softball League. The league
will consist of two divisions
and will be played at South-
field High School on Sunday
mornings at 9 a.m. Any
AZA member interested in
participating in his chapter
team should contact his
Chapter president.

The patients of the South-
field Rehabilitation Center
maintained a four-year-old
.tradition, begun by Dr. Ben-
jamin Stein, when they held
a Passover Seder April 10.
Cantor Hyman J. Adler of
Cong. Bnai David officiated,
assisted . by Julius Ring.
Mrs. Ring helped arrange
the Seder and the meal.

come the convocation. Dr.
Joseph Champagne,
president of Oakland Uni-
versity, will deliver the
major address, and the val-
ediction will be offered by
Cai-ol Klein, vice president
of Phi Beta Kappa.
Honorees are:

David
Karp,
Aryeh
Koenigsberg, Steven Selesny
and Donna Zwas, Akiva Hebrew
Day School; Tziril Josephs and
Elisheva Sperka, Sally Allan
Alexander Beth Jacob High
School; Marc Bakst, Donna
Bernstein, Barbara Epstein,
Carol Goldfarb, Eric Lazar,
Susan Poger, Michael Reifler,
Emily Rothman, Robert Sobel
and Jason Stern, Oak Park High
School; and Sim Arthur Segal,
Yeshivath Beth Yehudah.

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