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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-06-19

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Center Lists Award Winners

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Michele Ungar Wins Annual
BBYO Moss Scholarship

Michele Ungar, center, displays the plaque attest-
ing to her receiving the Arlene Vivian Moss Israel
Program Scholarship. Pictured with Michele, are,
from left: her father, Seymour Ungar; Ida Moss; her
mother, Sharlene Ungar; and Sol Moss.
The scholarship is pre-
Michele Ungar, the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. sented annually to a
Seymour Ungar, is the 1981 member of a Michigan
recipient of the annual Ar- Region AZA or BBG chapter
lene Vivian Moss Israel who is attending the BBYO
_Program Scholarship. Israel Summer Institute.
tichele was graduated this
ear from Southfield High NY Hot-Line
School and will attend the
NEW YORK (JTA) — A
University of Michigan in 24-hour-a-day city hotline
the fall.
has been established here to
She has been a member of advise rabbis and Jewish
Ahavah BBG for four years doctors in situations in
and was chapter president which health needs and
last year. This year she was Jewish religious law seem
president of the Great to be in conflict.
Lakes BBG Council.
Michele will participate in Boston Funds
the BBYO Israel Summer
BOSTON (JTA) — The
Institute.
The Arlene Vivian Moss Combined Jewish Philan-
Israel Program Scholarship thropies of Greater Boston,
was established in 1970 by has announced it is allocat-
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Moss to ing $100,000 over a two-
perpetuate the memory of year period to fund
synagogue programs.
their daughter.

Friday, June 19, 1981 61

Youth News

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Attending the presentation of awards to the win-
ners of the Samuel Linden-Milton J. Steinhardt
Scholarship, are, from left: Dr. Steinhardt, winner
Charlotte Levy, winner Jeff Aichenbaum, Evelyn
Linden and winner Jeffrey Letzer.
of
Levy,
The Jewish Community Charlotte
Center has announced the Habonim, who will attend a
winners of its Samuel Habonim workshop in Is-
Linden-Milton J. rael; and Jeffrey Letzer, a
Steinhardt Scholarship and graduate of William and
the Teme Skully Essay Con- Mary College, who will
study at Hebrew Univer-
test.
sity.
The winners of the
Winners of the Linden-
Steinhardt scholarship are: Teme Skully Essay Con-
Jeff Aichenbaum, who will test were Alan Tucker,
interrupt studies at the Un- first place; Benjamin
versity of Michigan to study Frank, second; and Kevin
at Ohr Somayach Yeshiva; Cogan, third. Prize win-
Michelle Blumenberg of ners will study or travel
Habonim, who will study at in Israel this year.
The Center classes in the
the Institute for Jewish
youth leaders; Debra Co- Mother Tongue (Suzuki)
hen, who will study at the method of teaching violin
Eisendrath International and piano will begin Mon-
Exchange Program; Elaine day at the main Center
Eichler, who will interrupt complex.
For details, call the Cen-
studies at Michigan State
University to live in Haifa; ter, 661-1000, ext. 164.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

ADAT SHALOM youth
groups will go to Cedar
Point June 28, leaving the
synagogue at 6 a.m. Par-
ticipating groups include:
Garinim, Shoresh and Mig-
dal Tzion. For information,
call the youth department,
851-5100.
Shoresh and Migdal
Tzion will attend an
installation-pool party at
the home of Tami Lifton,
20252 Beechaven, South-
field, at 3:30 p.m. today.
Youth group members
should bring a bathing suit,
towel and appropriate

members of Kadimah, Bnai synagogue, 352-8670.
Mazal and Kochavim for
The trip to Bob-Lo will
their participation in this take place June 29, meeting
year's programming. There 8:15 a.m. in the Beth Achim
are also 20 partial trips parking lot. There is a
being offered.
.charge for members who
Reservations are limited have not been given full
to the first 60 who respond scholarships, and guests
before Thursday. Kadimah may be included at the
adviser Shelly Kieran, group rate. Participants are
399-3287; Bnai Mazal ad- requested to bring a bag
viser, Robin Friedman, lunch and money to pur-
642-8041; and Kochavim chase a soft drink on the is-
* * *
adviser Judy Goldis, 626- land.
BETH ACHIM'S youth 1181; will take reservations
Junior congregation
commission announces that for their respective youth will not meet Saturday.
27 full trips to Bob-Lo Is- groups, or call Youth Direc- Services will resume in
land will be awarded to tor Jackye Drapkin at the the fall after Labor Day.
Lahav's minyan also is
adjourning for the sum-
mer. However, learning
activities for youngsters
aged 3-7 will be held
of this year's convention is tion in Wisconsin.
"BBYO University" and
Shelly has been a member every Sabbath at 10 a.m.
participants will take of BBG for four years and in the confeience room at
courses in the curricula of has served as president of the synagogue.
Lahav President Mark
Judaism, leadership, teens, Naches BBG as well as
as well as two electives. The membership vice president Hubert reminds members to
convention will also be the of the Great Lakes BBG save newspapers for
site of district runoffs for in- Council. Michelle has been Lahav's paper drive next
ternational BBYO contests. a member of BBG for three month. Housing is needed
for 10 more United
The convention also will years and has served as Synagogue' Youth on
treasurer
of
Glazer
BBG
as
feature an oneg Shabat, ta-
Wheels teen-agers who will
lent show and Saturday well as programming vice spend the night June 30 as
night dance. Overall coor- president of the Great guests of Cong. Beth Achim.
dinators for the convention Lakes BBG Council.
The Great Lakes AZA To volunteer, call Beth
are Michael Wais of. Beber
and
BBG Councils an- Achim, 352-8670.
AZA and Cheryl Raimi of
* * *
nounce
the appointment of
Erani BBG. Michigan coor-
YOUNG
ISRAEL OF
Gary
Naftaly
of
Rose
AZA
dinators are David Icikson
will have a
and
Sharon
Rich
of
Brice
GREENFIELD
of Beber AZA, and Andrea
Berk of Yachad BBG, BBG as coordinators of the youth minyan for persons
Windsor. Five chapter ad- 1981 Michigan BBYO age 6-11 at 10 a.m. Satur-
day. Kidush will follow the
visers will accompany the Regional Convention.
The convention takes service.
Michigan delegation: Alan
Chalutzim will meet 7:45
Gildenberg, Akiba AZA; place during winter vaca-
tion.
p.m.
Saturday for games,
Bonnie Garfinkel, Aliyah
Advisers are needed for songs, skits based on the
BBG; Micky Rosner, Rose
AZA; Rick Segal, Ruach AZA and BBG chapters in Parsha and refreshments.
Avrohom Zimberg will
AZA; and Alyse Cash, West Bloomfield, Far-
mington Hills, Southfield lead a group for boys in
Shoshanna BBG.
and Oak Park. To volun- grades three-six 7:45 p.m.
BBYO announces the teer, call Brian Ackerson or Saturday.. The group will
election of Erie Feldman as Arnie Weiner at the BBYO feature the study of Mis-
president of the newly- office, 552-8260.
hnayos, songs, games and
formed John F. Kennedy
refreshments.
AZA in Southfield. Ken-
A special youth Shalosh
Cleanliness of body was
nedy AZA is composed of ever esteemed to proceed Seudos will be held follow-
members from Thompson from a due reverence to God. ing Minha at 8:45 p.m.
Middle School, Southfield
— Bacon Saturday for all youngsters.
High and Southfield-
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Jewish teens age 14-18 or
ninth-12th grade for mem-
bership. To join, call Brian
Ackerson at the BBYO
office, 552-8260.
The AZA Softball
League meets 9 a.m. Sun-
days at Southfield High
School and Southfield-
Lathrup. The league will
run through Aug. 2. Ten
AZA teams are par-
ticipating in two di-
visions.
Hart, Akiba, Samson and
Beber AZAs share the lead
in Division 1 with a 2-0 re-
cord. Rose No. 1 and Goode
AZAs share the lead in Di-
vision 2 with a 1-1 record.
AZA coordinator for the
league is Ed Rivkin of Beber
AZA and the league ad-
ministrator is Ron Sherr.
Spectators are welcome.
The third annual Joan
JL
Kalef Memorial Leadership
Have something to buy or sell? One
Award has been presented
phone call to us is like dialing
to Shelly Gold of Ohr
our entire circulation...person-to-
Hashemesh BBG and
ttir
person! Place your Want Ad today!
Michelle White of Glazer
BBG. The award recognizes
leadership achievement
The
aw
not
within BBYO and is in the
form of all-expense-paid
-*Pe Ifi r..4.057 I
.4&
trip to the district conven-

change of clothes. Following
a barbeque there will be an
oneg Shabat. For reserva-
tions, call Tami, 356-0066.
Shoresh and Migdal
Tzion will participate in the
Greater Detroit United
Synagogue Youth Maccabia
5 p.m. Thursday at Cong.
Shaarey Zedek. Contact the
Youth Department to com-
pete in the events.

BBYO Activities

Gen. Maurice Rose AZA
won the AZA Outstanding
Chapter Award for the fifth
consecutive year at the re-
cent AZA-BBG Council inr
stallations and awards
night. The AZA Most Im-
proved Chapter Award was
won by Sen. Philip Hart
AZA. Brian Binder of Rose
AZA won the AZA Minutes
Incentive Award "for keep-
ing outstanding minutes of
the chapter's meetings."
The BBG Outstanding
Chapter Award was won by
Dora Savage BBG while the
BBG Most Improved Chap-
ter Award went to Ahavah
BBG. Audrey Levine of
Rishonah BBG won the
BBG Minutes Incentive
Award, while Erani BBG
won the BBG Scrapbook
Contest.

In addition, several
Michigan BBYOers were
honored with the presenta-
tion of Outstanding Indi-
vidual Achievement
Awards. The Silver Shield
of David, AZA's highest in-
dividual award, was pre-
sented to Marc Bakst and
Aaron Bergman of Rose
AZA, and Barry Stern of
Beber AZA and Mike Weil
of L'Chaim AZA. The
Bronze Shield of David, the
second highest award, was
won by Jeff Goldsmith and
Brian Papo of Rose AZA and
Michael Wais of Beber AZA.
The Gold Star of De-
borah, BBG's highest in-
dividual award, was pre-
sented to Michele Ungar
of Ahavah BBG, Marlene
Reid of Glazer BBG and
Shelly Gold of Ohr
Hashemesh BBG. The
Silver Star of Deborah,
the second highest
award, was won by
Cheryl Raimi and Beth
Berman of Erani BBG;
Aileen Katz and Ailene
Resnick of Machar BBG;
Michelle White, Renee
Gatien and Rebecca
Goldbaum of Glazer
BBG; Marcy York and
Nancy Joyrich of Shalom
Aviv BBG; Tammy Sisler
and Linda Roman of
Savage BBG; Andrea
Berk of Yachad BBG and
Audrey Levine of
Rishonah BBG.
Seventy AZA and BBG
members from Michigan
Region are at the 1981 Dis-
trict 6 BBYO convention at
Schwartz's Resort in El-
khart Lake, Wis. The theme

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