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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

20 Friday, September 11, 1981

Youth News

ACHIM

BETH

Kochavim and Bnai Mazal
will have a pizza party at
Mertz's Bakery Sunday,
meeting 1 p.m. at the
synagog-ue. There is a nom-
inal charge. For informa-
tion, call Bonnie Kolnierz,
adviser, 545-2650.
Junior congregation serv-
ices, led by Barry Lippitt,
will begin 10 a.m. Saturday.
Parts are still available for
High Holiday services.
Lahav United Synagogue
Youth is seeking members
and welcomes programm-
ing and fund-raising ideas.
President Mark Hubert an-
nounces that persons who

Join. Lahav will be entitled
to High Holiday tickets.

For details about Beth
Achim youth activities, call
Marc Ankerman, youth di-
rector, 352-8670.
• • •
an-
BNAI DAVID

nounces that Shabat serv-
ices for youth age 4-17 will
begin 10 a.m. Saturday at
the synagogue.
Story Hour will be led by
Joyce Lang. Activities will
include Shabat stories,
games, puppets and a youth
kidush.
Services for grades three
and four will be led by Bar-
bara Ravitz. The service

will be highlighted by dis-

cussions, Shabat games and
a youth kidush.
Ruth Moss will lead
services for grades five
and six. Children in-
terested in participating
in these services are in-
vited. Discussions and a
youth kidush are in-
cluded.

Seventh and eighth
graders are invited to create
their own service and dis-
cussion groups with their

adviser, Gail Nachman. A
youth kidush will be pro-
vided.

Atid (age 13-17) will con-
duct their own weekly


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Shabat service in the viser Walter Rosenblum,
chapel. Those wishing to 352-2307.
USY Services (grades
participate in this service
should contact Youth Direc- seven-12) will meet in the
for Tobye Bello, 552-0183. board room 10 a.m. Satur-
day for services and dis-
Talit and Tefilin, for
cussions. Everyone is wel-
boys and girls age 12 1/2-17
come to participate. Anyone
will meet 9 a.m. Sunday in
interested in learning or
the chapel for a short
leading any part of the serv-
service. Following serv-
ice should contact Religious
ices will be a breakfast
Vice President Howard
sponsored by the men's
Weiner, 851-1584; S. J.
club and bowling at Ark
Lanes West. There is a -Cherrin; or Mrs. Jelinek.
Junior congregation
charge. For information,
(ages 7-13) will meet 10 a.m.
contact Mrs. Bello.
A special ice cream social Saturday in the chapel for
for children age 4-17 will be services and discussions.
held 1:30 p.m. Sunday in the Everyone is welcome. Any-
youth lounge. Parents are one interested in helping to
invited. For information on lead the services should
any of the youth activities contact adviser Mark Eich-
at Bnai David, contact Mrs. ner, 358-0065.
Junior congregation
Bello.
• • •
will go to see "Little
Johnny Jones" at the
'BNAI MOSHE Youth
Fisher Theater on Tues-
Department will have its
day, meeting at the
Second Annual Family Pic-
m
synag ogue at 6:30 p.a.
nic 1:15 p.m. Sunday.
There is a nomin l
Everyone should meet at
charge. Drivers are
the Oak Park Major Park at
needed. For reservations
the pavillion. In case of rain
or information call Eich-
the picnic will be held at
ner.
James N. Pepper Elemen-
Story Hour (age three-
School, in the activities six) will meet 10 a.m.
room.
room. Everyone is welcome. si
Saturday in the school wing
For information, call Sha-

culture. Activities such as ,
stories, arts and crafts, sing-
ing and dancing are
planned. Visitors from Is-
rael are invited to speak to
the groups to offer their
ideas.
Social activities and a
camp program are planned.
Youth age 9-14 have a
campsite in Ortonville and
the high school members
participate in Camp Tel

Yehudah in New York.

Israel programs are of-
fered.
For information or to join
any of the Hashachar di-
visions, call Miss Ab-
ramovitz, 661-1038.

SHAAREY ZEDEK'S
Junior Congregation
United Synagogue Youth
(grades nine-12) will lead
services for the residents of
the Franklin Club Apts. 8
p.m. Sept. 18 at the' apart-
ment complex. An oneg
Shabat Will follow. For de-
tails, call Ken Dickman,
religious chairman, 424-
8114.
The group will go to Com-
edy Capers at Stafford's in
West Bloomfield to see com-
edienne Marla Lukofsky
Sept. 19, meeting 7:30 p.m.
ron Levine, youth .director, for Shabat stories and
at the synagogue for Minha,
548-3123 or 547-3369. games. Everyone is wel-
Maariv and Havdala. There
come, and refreshments will
Senior "Moshe, Mouse"
is a charge, and reserva-
be served. For information,
United Synagogue Youth
tions are required. For in-
(grades nine-12) is planning , call adviser Betty Elster,
formation or reservations,
398-3284 '
a city-wide 1960s dance as a
call Social Chairmen, Car-
The Shabat Nursery Pro-
fund raiser 8:30 p.m. Oct. 17
rie Frank, 646-8594; or
in the social hall. Everyone gram (up to age 3) will
Shelly Rubinstein, 354-
is welcome, and should meet 10 a.m. Saturday in
the school wing. Everyone is
5897.
dress in 1960s style clo-
Kadima (grades six-
thing. People are needed to welcome, and refreshments
eight) will have a mystery
help with the planning of willbe served. For informa-
Ann Wanetik,
bus trip Sept. 27, following
loon,ncm
the dance. Anyone in- t„.
Hebrew School and meeting
terested in helping or seek-
The youth department at the synagogue. There is a
ing information should con- .
nominal charge, and reser-
is seeking persons who
tact Treasurer Sara Weis-
vations are required. Elec-
would like to help lead
man, 661-9332; President S.
tions for Kadima Kouncil
youth services during the
J. Cherrin, 855-9371; or ad-
High Holidays. Services
will follow.
Jelinek
viser Marianne
Mar
Chaverim (grades two-
will be conducted by the
'
968-2083.
youth and will meet all
five) will have a bowling
Kadima USY (grades
three mornings from 10 party Sept. 27, meeting at
seven-eight) will go rol- a.m. until 1 p.m. There
the synagogue following
Hebrew school. There is a
lerska tmg Sept. 27, meet-
also will be services for
ing in
charge, and drivers are
i the youth lounge at
anyone age 7 and up dur-
1:30 p.m. Drivers are
needed. For information,
ing Kol Nidre.
needed, and there is a nom- _ Everyone is welcome to
call Janet Pont, adviser,
inal charge. Everyone is participate in the annual
at the synagogue, 357-
welcome. For reservations Havdala candle procession
5544.
A Shabat luncheon will
or information, contact ad- following Yom Kippur.
viser Betty Elster, 398- Everyone is welcome, and
follow Sept. 19 services, and
families are invited. Serv-
3284. youth services are free. For
ices will be held as follows:
Chalutzim (grades four- iriformation or to help lead
six) and Rishonim (grades services, contact the Mrs.. JCUSY and Kadima will
meet in the small chapel at
one-three) will have a Levine or an adviser.
• • •
10 a.m.; Chaverim will meet
Shaliat dinner and oneg
of
in the Tikvah Chapel aL
HASHACHAR
Shabat at the home of Mr.
10:30 a.m.; Nitzanim (age
and Mrs. Paul (Sharon) Michigan has announced
3-7) will meet in room 110 at
Levine, 23025 Kipling, Oak the appointment of Sima
10:30 a.m. Miriam Meyers
Park, Sept. 25, from 6 to 8 Abramovitz as director.
Miss Abramovitz earned
will lead the Nitzanim serv-
p.m. Everyone is welcome,
BA
degree
in
educa-
ices.
Babysitting is avail-
a
and there is a nominal
able for children under age
charge. For reservations or tion from Bristol University
3. Reservations for the
more information contact and a teaching certificate at
luncheon are due Monday.
Rishonim adviser Robin St. Matthias Teachers Col-
The Jewish Institute for
Hutton Danto, or Chalut- lege, both in England.
Youth program will begin
Born in Israel, Miss Ab-
zim adviser Jeff Danto,
ramovitz was the former with a breakfast 9:30 a.m.
356-4788.
Sept. 20. Guest speaker
Talit and Tefilin Club adviser to the Dor Chadash
will be Alan Gould of To-
(age 13-18) will resume youth group at Cong. Beth
ronto,
who will discuss the
Sept. 20, meeting at 8:30 Abraham Hillel Moses.
new Mel Brooks film, "His-
This past summer, she
a.m. in the chapel. There
was the drama specialist
tory of the World Part I."
will be a presentation on
at .Hashachar Camp in
There is a nominal charge,
how tefilin are made. The
and series tickets are avail-
group will have breakfast Ortonville•
Hashachar is the.Zionist able by joining the JCUSY.
and go bowling. On Sept. 27,
For information on
the group will have its an- youth movement sponsored
Shaarey Zedek Youth ac-
nual nomination for offs- by Hadassah. The organiza-
tivities,
call Youth Director .
cers. Anyone interested in tion forms clubs in which
youth are taught about Teri Bornstein at the
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