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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-05-29

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

36 Friday, May 29, 1981

Youth News

ADAT SHALOM Nit-
zanim will hold Shabat
services 10:30 a.m. Satur-
day.
Makor will have services
10:30 a.m. Saturday in room
105.
Garinim will hold Shabat
services in the small chapel
10:30 a.m. Saturday.
Garinim is invited to join
Shoresh and Migdal Tzion
visit to the Detroit Zoo Sun-
day.
Shoresh will hold
Shabat services in the
synagogue board room
10:15 a.m. Saturday. The
group will go to the De-
troit Zoo 1 p.m. Sunday,
meeting at Adat Shalom.

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Participants
should
bring a dairy lunch.
Migdal Tzion will hold
Shabat services 10:15 a.m.
Saturday in the synagogue
board room. Migdal Tzion
also will visit the Detroit
Zoo.
Mrs. Rochelle Lupovitch,
chairman of the Adat
Shalom Youth Commission,
announces the executive
boards of Shoresh and Mig-
dal Tzion for the 1981-1982
program year:
Shoresh: President,
Alan Woronoff; Vice
Presidents: Michael
Rocklin, Jon Gold and
Joe Starkman;
Treasurer-Secretary:

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Vice Presidents: Andy
Rocklin, Libby Alpern
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man; Treasurer, Hadas
Reiter; and Secretary,
Melissa Okun.

* * *

YESHIVAT AKIVA
will celebrate Yom
Yerushalayim, the com-
memoration of the reunifi-
cation of Jerusalem, June 1.
The celebration will fea-
ture a musical production
involving the entire
elementary school. The
production is presented
under the direction of Flor-
ence Schwartz.
The Akiva Band and
Choir also will perform and
special prayers will be re-
cited. The PTA will provide
luncheon.

* * *

BETH ACHIM'S Lahav
United Synagogue Youth
will hold its first annual
"chick 'n run" Saturday in
cooperation with Atid, the
Bnai David group.
The two groups will as-
semble at 7 p.m. at Bnai
David for a chicken dinner.
After the Maariv service,
including Havdala, the
groups will have a road
rally, which will culminate
in a surprise event.
For reservations, call De-
nise Cohen, 352-5438; or

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Gary Feinberg, 398-3149 or
399-5963. Appropriate at-
tire is requested for the
dinner at the synagogue,
however, a change of clo-
thing might be appropriate
for the later activities.
There is a charge. Guests
are welcome. Drivers are
needed.
On June 7, Bnai Mazal
and Kochavim will meet
at the synagogue at 1:30
p.m. for a mystery car
ride. Bonus sticker points
will be awarded to mem-
bers whose parents vol-
unteer to drive. Everyone
is welcome, and admis-
sion is free.
Call Robin Friedman,
642-8041, or Judy Goldis,
626-1181, before Thursday
for reservations. This event
will conclude the pro-
gramming credits allowed
for a free trip to Bob-Lo at
the end of this month. Stu-
dents are asked to bring
their sticker books to see if
they qualify to go to Bob-Lo.
Junior congregation will
meet in the classroom
across from the synagogue
office. Nitzanim will meet
in the synagogue board
room. All youth services
begin at 10 a.m. and con-
clude with a snack at about
11:30, in time to join the
senior congregation for the
end of the services.

YOUNG ISRAEL OF
GREENFIELD Chalutzim
will meet at 7:40 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, 7:40

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BBYO Activities

BBYO announces its new
officers will be installed at
the AZA-BBG Council In-
stallation 7 p.m. June 15 at
Adat Shalom Synagogue.
Officers are: AZA Coun-
cil, Kevin Gersten,
president; Marc Landau,
programming vice
president; David Icikson,
membership vice president;
Steve Weberman, trea-
surer; Brian Binder, secre-
tary; Michael Wais, re-
porter; and Marc Bakst,
counselor; BBG Council,
Beth Berman, president;
Andrea Berk, programming
vice president; Felissa
Burns, membership vice
president; Tammy Tisler,
treasurer; Audrey Levine,
secretary; Missy Remer, re-
porter; and Michele Ungar,
counselor.
The next Great Lakes
AZA Council meeting will
be held 7 p.m. Monday, in
the Dubin Meeting Room at

* * *

Temple to Graduate 38;
Adat Shalom Confirmation

Temple Israel will
graduate 38 young men and
women from the 12th grade
of its high school at Sabbath
Eve services 8 p.m. today.
Two-thirds of the class,
one of the largest graduat-
ing classes in the country,
have attended Temple Is-
rael Religious School since
pre-kindergarten, a total of
14 years of religious train-
ing.
The graduation service
will be addressed by
Sandford Kopnick and Lynn
Zatkin.
Their addresses will be
on the topic, "America:
The Right to Be Differ-
ent," the theme of the
graduation itself, in
which the entire class
will participate.
Steven Grekin, outgoing
youth group president, and
Shelley Milin., outgoing
youth group religious vice
president, will read from
the Torah and Haftorah.
The service will begin
with a processional which is
led by Stanley Millman,
temple president, and Les-
lie R. Schmier, honorary
president. Also in the proc-
essional are the affiliate
group presidents, chairman
of the school board, Alan
Nathan, the school super-
visors, high school faculty
and Cantor Arthur Asher,
educational director.
Numerous awards for
scholarship, leadership, ac-
tivities and service will be
presented to the graduates,
and there will be a series of
awards also to under-

p.m. Saturday. One of the
features of the group will be
the study of Mishnayos in
addition to songs, games
and refreshments.
A special youth Shalosh
Seudos will be held follow-
ing Minha at 8:40 p.m.
Saturday for all youngsters.

graduates.
Prior to the service, the 67
members of this year's con-
firmation (ninth grade)
class and their parents will
attend an awards banquet.
The confirmation service
will take place on Erev
Shavuot, June 7.
Members of Temple Is-
rael's graduating class are:

Thomas Barth, Warren Bene-
son, Anne Blume, Dennis
Brodsky, Michael Brooks, Lisa
Brozgold, Stephen Caplan, Ju-
lian Edelstein, Barbara Epstein,
Elizabeth Fuller, Steven Ginter,
Ilisa Goldman, Nancy Goldman,
Robert Gordon, Steven Grekin,
Scott Kalt, Sandford Kopnick,
Robert Krasnick, Laura Kush-
ner, Blythe Lakin, Gary Lask,
Jodi Lefkofsky, Carrie Let-
winski, Leslie Levine, Kenneth
Lipschutz, Shelley Milin, Robert
Millman, Lila Orbach, Susan
Poger, Emily Rothman, Jeffrey
Sage, Evelyn Schane, Jeffrey
Shepherd, Robert Stone, David
Viviano, Marsha Wayne, Lynn
Zatkin, Marc Zeitlin.
* * *

Adat Shalom Synagogue
will observe the confirma-
tion of Elizabeth Alpern,
Pamela Chosid, Elizabeth
Liwazer, Melissa Okun,
Michelle Olson and Mar-
jorie Winkleman in the
Main Sanctuary at 8:30
p.m. June 5.
There will be no 6 p.m.
service on June 5. The con-
firmands will offer a pre-
sentation, "Modern Jewish
Women," which they have
prepared under the direc-
tion of the confirmation
coordinator Mrs. Doris
Edut. The confirmands
attend class weekly with
Rabbi Efry Spectre.

the Bnai Brith Building.
The meeting will feature
the State of the Council ad-
dress given by retiring
president, Marc Bakst, as
well as the AZA Regional
Life Ceremony. Those re-
ceiving Regional Life are:
Marc Bakst, council
president; Barry Stern, pro-
gramming vice president;
Mike Weil, outstate vice
president; Jeff Goldsmith,
council treasurer; Aaron
Bergman, council reporter;
Michael Reiter, Hart AZA
president; and Ronn Glanz,
president of Herzl AZA,
Windsor.
The next meeting of the
Great Lakes BBG Coun-
cil will be held 7 p.m.
Thursday in the Dubin
Meeting Room. This
meeting will feature the
State of the Council ad-
dress delivered by
President Michele Un-
gar, as well as the BBG
Regional Life Ceremony.
Those receiving Regional
Life are: Michele Ungar,
council president;
Michelle White, pro-
gramming vice president;
Shelly Gold, membership
vice president; Marcy
York, council treasurer;
and Marlene Reid, coun-
- cif secretary.
The newly-elected AZA
and BBG Council execu-
tives will convene June 5-7
at the Charles and Florence
Milan BBYO Conference
Centre for their executive
weekend. On this weekend
the current programming
year will be reviewed and
evaluated and goals and
programming will be set for
the coming year.
The annual board meet-
ing and election of the
Michigan BBYO board of
directors will take place 8
p.m. Wednesday in the
Laurel Woods Apts. club
house. The meeting will be
chaired by retiring board
chairman, Alan Nathan,
and the nominating com-
mittee report will be deliv-
ered by Evelyn Levine. Ar-
rangements for the evening
are being coordinated by
board vice chairman, Char-
lotte Shebowich.
BBYO announces the
election of the following
new chapter presidents for
the 1981-1982 program
year: Andrea Jaron, Ohr
Hashemesh BBG; Tracy
Wolf; Tikvah BBG.

God sends children for
another purpose than
merely to keep up the race
— to enlarge our hearts; and
to make us unselfish and
full of kindly sympathies
and affections; to give our
souls higher aims.

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