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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, July 3, 1981

Youth News

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YESHIVAT AKIVA
presented awards at
graduation ceremonies on
June 23. Dr. Kenneth
Chelst, chairman of the
education committee, made
the presentations.
The National Council of
Teachers of English pre-
sented an award for
superior performance in
writing to Donna Zwas.
Donna was also the reci-
pient of the National Merit
$1,000 Scholarship.
State awards include: A
Certificate of Merit for High
Achievement in Science and
Mathematics from the
Society of Women
Engineers, Donna Zwas; a
Michigan Legislative Merit
Award from the Michigan
State Board of Education,
Donna Zwas; Certificates of
Recognition from the State
of Michigan Competitive
Scholarship Program,
David Karp, Leonard Katz,
Aryeh Koenigsberg, Leah
Mayer, Mitchell Weitzman
and Donna Zwas.
A Regents Alumni
Scholar Award from the
University of Michigan
was presented to Donna
Zwas and a Yeshiva Uni-
versity scholarship went
to Steven Selesny.
In addition the following
graduates were elected to
the Phi Beta Kappa Society,
for having maintained a 3.8
or better grade point aver-
age throughout high school:
David Karp, Aryeh
Koenigsberg, Steven
Selesny and Donna Zwas.

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The final presentation of
the evening was the David I.
Berris Award, which is
given to an individual in the
11th grade who will partici-
pate in the 12th year pro-
gram in Israel and has
demonstrated excellence in
academic studies as well as
in community services to
school, synagogue and other
organizations. Mrs. Fayga
Greenbaum daughter of the
late David I. Berris, pre-

sented the award of $500 to
Shani Schreiber.
* * *

YOUNG ISRAEL OF
GREENFIELD will have a
youth minyan 10 a.m.
Saturday for 6-11-year-olds.
Kidush follows.
There will be a group for
boys in grades three-six
7:50 p.m. Saturday. One of
the features of the group
will be the study of Mis-

hnayos in addition to songs,
games and refreshments.
A special youth Shalosh
Seudos will be held follow-
ing Minha at 8:50 p.m.
Saturday for all youngsters.
Young Israel Teens, Na-
tional Conference of
Synagogue Youth, will have
a Torah study night 7:30
p.m. Wednesday in the
youth lounge at Young Is-
rael of Oak-Woods. Re-
4-eshments will be served.

BBYO Activities

Sixty-seven Michigan
Region BBYOers attended
the District 6 BBYO con-
vention held in Elkhart
Lake, Wis.
The convention also fea-
tured the finals of several
district contests and runoffs
for BBYO international
contests. In all, Michigan
BBYO captured 53 awards,
the most of any region pre-
sent.
The AZA Chai Club in-
cludes chapters that have
performed 18 hours of com-
munity service during the
progr6n year. Those receiv-
ing recognition from Michi-
gan were: Hart AZA; Herzl
AZA, Windsor; and Rose
AZA.
The BBG Mitzva Club
includes chapters that
have performed 20 hours
of community service
Those receiving recogni-
tion were Ahava BBG;
Erani BBG; Glazer BBG;
Savage BBG; Shalom
Aviv BBG; Shoshanna
BBG; and Yachad BBG,
Windsor.
The District 6 $250 Club
recognized those chapters
giving that amount or more
to the BBYO International
Service Fund. Those chap-
ters qualifying from Michi-
gan Region were Aliyah
BBG; Dalyah BBG; Disraeli
BBG; Glazer BBG; Herzl
AZA, Windsor; Masada
BBG; Rose AZA; Savage
BBG; Shalom Aviv BBG;
Shira BBG; and Yachad
BBG, Windsor. Rose AZA
was recognized as the AZA
chapter giving the largest
contribution to ISF of more
than $1,600. Glazer BBG
was recognized as the BBG
chapter giving the largest
contributions to ISF of $350.
Dalyah BBG was recog-
nized as the BBG chapter
giving the largest per capita
contribution of $13.16 per
member.
Michigan BBYO won first
place in the following
events: Steve Fine, Jolson
AZA, AZA literature; Gary
Schwartz, Rose AZA, AZA
handicrafts; Dennis Patch-
akos, Jolson AZA, AZA
photography, black-white.
Michigan Region also took
first place in both the AZA
and BBG Council news-
paper contests as well as
first place in the AZA song
contest.
Second place prizes went
to Beth Robinson, Shalom
Aviv BBG, BBG art; Renee
Gatien, Glazer BBG, BBG
literature; Michelle
Davidow, Rishonah BBG,
BBG handicrafts; Beth

Beth Berman and Kevin Gersten were elected
presidents of the BBG and AZA Councils, respec-
tively, for the 1981-19824rogram year.
Kevin Gersten of Posen
Gottlieb, Shalom Aviv
BBG, BBG photography, AZA and Beth Berman of
black-white; Marjorie Erani BBG were installed
Schnyder, Erani BBG, BBG as presidents of the, Great
photography, color; Marc Lakes AZA and BBG Coun-
Bakst, Rose AZA, AZA cils, respectively, at the an-
storytelling; Ahavah BBG, nual BBYO installation
BBG chapter newspaper; held at Adat Shalom
Rose AZA, AZA chapter Synagogue.
Kevin has been a member
newspaper; Chava.yrim
BBYO, Grand Rapids, of Posen AZA for the past
BBYO chapter newspaper. two years and has served as
Third place awards vice president of his chapter
were presented to: Aaron as well as membership vice
Ozrovitz, Akiba AZA, president for the AZA
AZA art; Roberta Mock, Council.
Beth has been a member
Yachad BBG, Windsor,
BBG storytelling. Michi- of Erani BBG for three
gan Region also took years and served in the past
third place in the BBG year as chapter president as
well as coordinator for the
song contest.
Michigan Region won BBYO Elections Training
first prize in eight program Conclave at Camp
of the year categories. Tamarack.
Other AZA officers are:
Yachad BBG, Windsor, and
Kishon AZA won for their Marc Landau, Samson
"Israel Comes Alive" AZA, programming vice
weekend at the BBYO president; David Icikson,
Milan Conference Centre; Bebei AZA, membership
Glazer BBG and Rose AZA vice president; Steve
won for their "Israel Is Weberman, Goode AZA,
Real" oneg Shabat program; treasurer; Brian Binder,
Rose AZA and Brice BBG Rose AZA, secretary;
won for their Bar Mitzva Michael Wais, Beber
Weekend program, celeb- AZA, reporter; and Marc
rating the delayed Bar Bakst, Rose AZA, coun-
Mitzva of one of their mem- selor.
Other BBG Council offi-
BBG,
Yachad
bers;
Windsor, and Jolson AZA cers are: Andrea Berk,
won for their Tu b'Shevat Yachad BBG, Windsor, pro-
Tree Hunt. gramming vice president;
The Great Lakes AZA Felissa Burns, Ahavah
Council won for its Leader- BBG, membership vice
ship for the Future pro- president; Tammy Sisler,
gram. The Great Lakes Savage BBG, treasurer;
AZA Council .won both for Auc:fey Levine, Rishonah _
its BBG-BBW program, 'A BBG, secretary; Missy R
Family Celebration," and mer, Shoshanna BBG, rL
for its fall Get-Out-the-Vote porter; and Michele Ungar,
Drive. The AZA and BBG Ahavah BBG, counselor.
Councils jointly were rec- Co-chairmen for the in-
ognized for their recent stallation program were:
Marilyn Growe of Glazer
"BBYO Week."
Michigan AZA and BBG BBG and Brian Binder of
were each recognized for Rose AZA.
BBYO announces the
making the largest regional
contribution to the Interna- election of Scott Kaufman
tional Service Fund, while as president of the newly-
Michigan BBG was also formed Raoul Wallenberg
recognized for having made AZA in Huntington Woods.
the largest actual increase Wallenberg AZA is corn-
in contribution. posed of members from

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