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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-05-22

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

54 Friday, May 22, 1981

Melody Musicale
Election Slated

UHS Annual Meeting June 10

The 62nd annual meeting
Melody Musicale will of the United Hebrew
meet 8 p.m. Thursday in the Schools will take place June
home of Jackie Rogers, 10 in the Esther and Louis
23105 Providence Dr., LaMed Auditorium in the
Southfield.
main United Hebrew
The meeting will be the Schools building. At this
occasion for the election of meeting, officers and one-
officers Only paid-up mem- third of the board of direc-
bers can vote.
tors will be elected.
Members are requested to
The program will include
bring an item to auction off.
Refreshments will be a presentation by the stu-
served, and guests are wel- dents of the Hebrew high
school, as well as the choir of
come.
For details, call Mrs. Ro- the elementary students. In
addition, plaques honoring
gers, 557-4259.

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Youth News

BNAI DAVID junior the game. For reservations
ADAT SHALOM Nit-
or information, call adviser
zanim will hold Shabat congregation will not have
Mark Eichner, 358-0065.
services 10:30 a.m. Satur- services Saturday. Services
USY Services, junior con-
day. will.resume May 30.
gregation,
Story Hour and
Makor will have services Atid will join the Beth
the Shabat nursery pro-
10:30 a.m. Saturday in room Achim Lahav group May
105. 30, meeting 7 p.m. at Bnai gram will meet 10 a.m.
Saturday. Everyone is wel-
Garinim will hold Shabat David's small chapel. There
come, and there will be re-
services in the small chapel will be a Maariv service,
at 10:30 a.m. Garinim will dinner and Havdala. A mys- freshments.
Reservations are now
go to the Detroit Zoo May tery car ride will begin at
31. For reservations, call 8:45. For reservations, call being taken for the annual
Awards Shabat and Lunch-
Patti Lieberman, 626-1504. Youth Director Denise Co-
eon, to be held June 6.
Shoresh will hold hen, 352-5438.
June 7 is Tiger baseball Families are welcome, and
Shabat services in the
is no charge. Reserva-
synagogue board room game day and youth in there
10:15 a.m. Saturday. The grades seven-12 will leave tions are required by June
1, by calling the synagogue
group will go to the De- Bnai David at 12:15 to see
office,
548-9000.
the
game.
Drivers
are
troit Zoo May 31. For
Cedar Point tickets
needed. For details, call
reservations, call Miss
available for the June
Mrs. Cohen.
Lieberman.
trip.
Everyone is welcome,
Talit and Tefilin Club
Migdal Tzion will hold
Shabat services in the will meet for the last time and there is a nominal
synagogue board room this season May 30 for charge. The costs include
trip transportation
10:15 a.m. Saturday. A Lag prayers, brunch and bowl- round
by bus, admission to the
b'Omer oneg Shabat will be ing.
* * *
park, and a kosher dinner.
held today in the home of
BNAI MOSHE Senior Families are welcome. For
Ellen Sherman, 5650 Fox
Hunt Lane. The group will "Moshe Mouse" United information, call Youth Di-
go to the Federation Synagogue Youth will have rector Sharon Levine, 548-
a Lunch and Learn session 3123 or 547-3369.
Apartments 2 p.m. Sunday.
* * *
in the home of Mr. and Mrs.
YOUNG ISRAEL OF
BETH ABRAHAM
Paul (Sharon) Levine,
HILLEL MOSES junior 23025 Kipling, Oak Park, GREENFIELD Chalutzim
congregation_ will suspend following Shabat services will Meet at 7:40 p.m.
services for the summer and Saturday. Everyone is wel- Saturday for games, songs,
resume with Rosh Hashana come, and admission is free. skits based on the Parsha
services Sept. 29.
The group will discuss "Life and refreshments.
There will be a group for
Junior congregation will in Afghanistan" with
go to Cedar Point June 14, Nandkishor Khanija and boys grades 3-6 led by Av-
meeting 7 a.m. at the his family. For reservations rohom Zimberg at 7:40 p.m.
synagogue. There is a or information, call Cul- Saturday. One of the fea-
charge and junior congrega- tural Vice President Elyse tures of the group will be the
tion members will be Jacobs, 557-9464; President study of Mishnayos in addi-
entitled to a discount.
Linda Ankerman, 544- tion to songs, games and re-
Tickets are limited. Par- 0454; or adviser Laura freshments.
A special youth Shalosh
ticipants are requested to Lazarus, 541-5213.
bring a bag dairy or pareve
Kadima is inviting the Seudos will be held follow-
lunch. Reservation deadline sixth graders for a road ing Minha at 8:40 plm.
is May 29. For information, . rally May 31, meeting in.the Saturday for all youngsters.
call Mike Sabes, junior con- youth lounge at 1:30 p.m. A
gregation coordinator, surprise event will be at the
356-1823.
end of the road rally.
* * *
BETH ACHIM Youth Everyone is welcome, and
Commission will host one of there is a nominal fee. Driv-
ers are needed. For reserva-
the three United Synagogue
tions or information, call
Jon Greenberg and
Youth USY-on-Wheels
buses which will arrive in President liana Stollman, Associates, Inc., store
547-5891; Social Vice planning and design firm,
Detroit June 30. Volunteers
are needed to house one or President Mara Topper, hosted a four-day seminar
two of these youngsters for 543-0759; or adviser Ellen with European business
Taylor, 353-7108.
representatives who wished
that night. -.
Talit and Tefilin 'Club to learn the latest design
Arrangements are being
coordinated among the will meet 8:30 a.m. Sunday techniques.
synagogues to provide the in the chapel. For informa-
* * * •
evening meal and a pro- tion, contact adviser Marc
Gloria Krohner has
Behar, .557-8551.
gram that allow local
joined Lorio-Ross
Chalutzim
will
have
a
USY'ers to meet their coun-
Entertainment Agency as
terparts from around the Shabat dinner May 29 at its Bar-Bar Mitzva and
6:30
p.m.
in
the
home
of
United States. Host-
wedding consultant.
families are being asked -to Miriam Weiner, 28000
* * *
Danvers
Dr.,
Farmington
supply breakfast and a
has
Hills.
Everyone
is
wel-
Hattie
Schwartz
dairy brown bag lunch for
come,
and
there
is
a
nom-
just
returned
from
New
the road.
To offer your home, call inal charge. For reserva- York where she attended
Youth Director Jackye tions or information, call the National Stationery
Drapkin, 352-E670. The adviser Jeff Danto, 642- Show. She now has a new
selection of invitations, stai
youth will me , .t in the 9508.
Rishonim will have a tionery and paper goods.
morning July 1 for
Shaharit, then tour in the Shabat dinner 6:30 p.m. She can be reached at 352-
area before moving on to May 29 in the home of 7387.
Daniel Weiner, 28000 Dan-
their next stop.
Junior congregation vers Dr., Farmington Hills.
will hold services as Everyone is welcome, and Dance-a-Thon
usual 10 a.m'. Saturday in there is a nominal charge. Aids Retarded
For reservations or infor-
the youth lounge.
A 28-hour "Keep on Danc-
The Nitzanim will meet ma ,ion, call adviser Robin ing — Keep on Caring"
H
itton,
661-4212.
at 10 a.m. in the board room
Junior congregation will dance-a-thon to benefit the
for stories and games. •A
see
a Detroit Tiger baseball mentally retarded will
special activities program
game
Sunday, meeting in begin 8 p.m. May 29 in the
for 8- and 9-year-olds is held
Hubbard Ballroom of the
in the classroom directly the board room at noon. Hyatt Regency Hotel.
Tickets
are
available
on
a
across from the synagogue
Prizes will be awarded. To
office. After light refresh- first come, first serve basis, register or for information,
ments, all these groups join depending on attendance on call the Northwest Associa-
the senior congregation for Shabat mornings. There is a tion for Retarded Citizens,
the conclusion of the serv- nominal fee, and there will
be a surprise treat to follow 937-2360.
ice. Everyone is welcome:

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