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December 18, 1981 - Image 77

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-12-18

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Friday, December 18, 1981 11

Youth News

and Education Department
sponsors Shabat services
every Saturday at 10 a.m.
Nitzanim and Makor meet
their respective leaders in
the foyer outside the
sanctuary and are taken to
the nursery for stories and
Garinim will hold serv-
ices in the chapel. Shoresh
and Migdal Tzion United
Synagogue Youth conduct
( cu-vices in the board room,
lowed by a special
Migdal Tzion USY will
hold an oneg Shabat 8 p.m.
today in the home of Melissa
Okun, 3309 Hartslock,
West Bloomfield. For direc-
tions, call Melissa, 851-
3238. .
Shoresh will have a pin-
ball bash Sunday, meeting
9:45 a.m. at the
synagogue. For details, con-
tact Shoresh adviser Heidi
Wilhelm, 476-1187. The
group will have an oneg
Shabat 8 p.m. Dec. 25 in the
home of Julie Hollander,
6665 Edinborough, West
Bloomfield. For directions,
call Julie, 851-9462.

Hanuka party 1:30 p.m.
Sunday in the synagogue.
For details, call Beth Nor-
man, 557-1548.
The synagogue's family
Hanuka party will be held
6:30 p.m. Monday in the
youth lounge. There is a
charge, for the latke dinner
and entertainment. For
reservations, call the
synagogue, 352-8670.
Shabat services are held
10 a.m. Saturdays for youth
of all ages.


* * *

Yachad-Junior Congrega-
tion group will meet 12:15
p.m. Sunday in the board
room. Participants are re-
quested to bring a bag dairy
lunch. Beverages will be
provided. Games will follow
At about 1 1:30 p.m., the
group will go to the Jimmy
Prentis Morris Branch of
the Jewish Community
Center to see a Hanuka pro-
gram. Admission to the
Hanuka program is free.
Drivers are needed. For de-
tails, call Heidi Press, ad-
viser, 424-8833, weekdays.
The Kadima group will
have a Hanuka movie and
pizza party 8 p.m. Saturday
in the home of adviser Bar-
bara Dworin, 23530 River-
view, Southfield.
Shabat services for
youth of all ages are held
10 a.m. Saturdays.
Beth Shalom United
Synagogue Youth will have
a Hanuka party 7:30 p.m.
Saturday in the home of
Beth Korby, 21180 Con-
stitution, Southfield. A grab
bag gift is required for ad-
mission. There is a charge
for non-members. For
reservations, call Beth,

* * *

Department will have a
Hanuka party noon,Sunday
in the synagogue. Activities
include games, clown show,
talent contest and an ice
cream social. Everyone is
invited at a nominal charge.
For details, call coordinator
Mike Klein, 851-6880.
The youth lounge will be
open at 6:15 p.m. Tuesday.
Hot dog dinner is served,
and games follow. Admis-
sion is free.
Junior congregation will
meet 10 a.m. Saturday for
Shabat services.
Applications are now
available for the winter
Tamarack weekend. Youth
in grades three-six will go
Jan. 22-24 and persons in
grades seven-12 will go Feb.
5-7. Discounts are based on
attendance at junior con-
gregation services. For de-
tails, call coordinator Mike
Sabes at the synagogue,

* * *

* * *

United Synagogue Youth
will have an oneg Shabat 8
p.m. today in the home of
Mark Hubert, 27605 Ver-
mont, Southfield. For direc-
tions, call Mark, 355-0626.
Lahav will go on its an-
nual Tamarack kibutz
weekend Jan. 8-10. For de-
tails and reservations, call
sident Mark Hubert or
uth Director Marc An-
erman, 352-8670.
Kadima USY will have a
Hanuka party 1:30 p.m.
Sunday in the synagogue.
There is a charge.
Bnai Mazal and
Kochavim will have
Hanuka parties, grab
bags and games 1:30 p.m.
Sunday. There is a
charge. For details, call
Bonnie Kolnierz, 545-
2650; or Robin Friedman,
Nitzanim will have a



Shabat services will be held
10 a.m. Saturday. Story
Hour will meet in the school
building for Shabat stories,
games and a special kidush.
Everyone is welcome.
Services will be held for
boys and girls ages 8-12 in
the chapel. A special
Hanuka kidush will be held
following services.
Talit and Tefilin will
meet 9 a.m. Sunday for serv-
ices, breakfast and bowling.
Boys and girls age 12-17 are
welcome. Talit and Tefilin
will not meet Dec. 27. They
will resume activities on
Jan. 3.
The youth department
will join the sisterhood
and men's club at 7 p.m.
Sunday in their annual
celebration of Hanuka. A
latke dinner and variety
show will be held.
At 10:30 a.m. Thursday,
the youth groups will
gather in the youth lounge
to paint it. Boys and girls
age 12 and up are invited to
paint. Children age 12 and
under may come and help
decorate the bulletin boards
in the synagogue. For in-
formation, contact Tobye
Bello, youth director, 552-
Children age 3-7 are in-
vited to a latke party 12:45

p.m., Dec. 27 at the
synagogue. Following lunch
they will proceed to the
Jewish Community Center
in West Bloomfield to see
the play "How the Penguin
Got His Tuxedo." There is a
charge. Everyone is wel-
come. Parents are needed to
Masada will have a movie
party 7:30 p.m. Dec. 29 in
the home of Howard Freed-
land, 17350 Revere, South-
field. There is no charge. Re-
freshments will be served.
For information, contact
Mrs. Bello.
There will be no youth
Shabat services on Dec.
26. However, services
will resume Jan. 2 at 10
a .m.
Atid will go to Camp
Tamarack with Shaarey
Zedek and Beth Achim, Jan
8-10. For information, con-
tact Mrs. Bello.
* * *
announces its Zohar Chap-
ter, United Synagogue
Youth, has been re-
activated. Officers are:
Jerry Pzen, president;
Sandy Ross, vice president;
Don Weingarden, trea-
surer; and Jackie Raznick,
recording secretary.

a subsidy. For informa-
tion call Youth Director
Sharon Levine, 548-3123
or 547-3369.
Youth Shabat services
are held at 10 a.m. Saturday
for youth of all ages, begin-
ning with the Shabat nur-
sery program for children
up to age 3. There is no
charge and reservations are
not required. Story Hour
has Shabat stories, songs
and games. Both groups
meet in the school wing.
Services for youth age
7-13 meet with the junior
congregation the chapel.
Services for USYers are
held in the board room. All
boys and girls in grades
seven-12 are welcome. Re-
freshments will be served.

following at Young Israel of call Ruthie Ebenstien,
Greenfield. There is a 357-0086; or Helen
charge. For reservations, Schuraytz, 533-5110.

BBYO Activities

letic competition in bas-
The Michigan BBYO ketball, volleyball, bowl-
Regional Convention will ing and ping-pong and
be held Thursday through competitions in oratory,
Dec. 29, at the main Jewish storytelling, literature,
Community Center. About art, handicrafts and
450 BBY0ers are expected photography.
The convention will con-
to attend from the Met-
ropolitan Detroit area, clude Dec. 29 with an
Windsor and Grand Rapids. awards luncheon. During
Special shuttle bus service convention the BBYO
will be provided for Oak phone number will be 661-
Park and Southfield resi- 2128.
Steve Salmons, president
dents from the Jimmy Pre-
ntis Morris Branch of Al Jolson AZA, received
* * *
throughout the convention. the Eagle Award from Boy
Convention highlights Scout Troop 875.
Detroit will attend the include a mixer on Thurs-
- Positions are still avail-
Habonim Mideast regional day night, with music by able for AZA and -BBG ad-
seminar in Cincinnati, Marc Ankerman; a commu- visers for chapters in South-
Ohio, today through Sun- nity Sabbath and oneg field, Bloomfield Hills and
day. Theme of the seminar Shabat on Dec. 25 at Cong. West Bloomfield. For de-
is "Habonim and Its Ideol- Beth Shalom, to which both tails, contact the BBYO
ogy." Participants will be delegates and parents are office, 552-8260.
housed at the Jewish Com- invited; a special BBG-only
* * *
munity Center in Cincin- program on Dec. 26, high-
lighting women's health is- Camp Stone
Detroiters attending the sues, presented by Myra Reunion Nears •
seminar are: Lisa Tann, Jacobs of the March of Di-
Reservations are still
Scott Ettinger, Jordan mes; the annual BBYO Ta-
Lowy, Mike Menzer, Boez lent Show on Dec. 27, and a being accepted for the Camp
Meir, Bob Tachna, Diana formal dance at Adat Stone reunion slated for
* * *
Rasty and Jay Freund: Pro- Shalom Synagogue on Dec. Dec. 25-27 in Cleveland.
Bus transportation will
BNAI MOSHE Senior viding staff are: Floyd Glen, 28, featuring music by Paul be provided 8:30 a.m. Dec.
"Moshe Mouse" United
25 from Young Israel of
The 'theme of convention Greenfield. Non-campers
Synagogue Youth 'will go to Blumenberg, Ayaila Rouds-
the movies Saturday, meet-
is "We're Stepping Out .. .
For details, call Mikki, Show Us the Way" will be are welcome.
ing in the synagogue park-
For information and
ing lot at 6:45 p.m. 355-0543; Sharon, 557- explored throughout sev- reservations, call Nathan
eral workshops. Workshops Bigman, 968-1499.
Everyone is welcome, and
include Dr. Thomas Stone of
there is a nominal charge. 4093.
* * *
Oakland Community Col-
Drivers are needed. The
UNITED HEBREW lege speaking on personal Honor Inductee
group will go out for ice
cream following the movie. SCHOOLS High School growth, realizing one's
Evelyn Krieger, daughter
For reservations or infor- will host a fund-raising potential; Deanne Gruen- of Mr. and Mrs. Byron
mation, call Howard dance 7 p.m. Saturday at berg of Woman Care speak- Krieger of Southfield and
Weiner, 851-1584; or ad- the main UHS building. All ing on decisions on love, sex New York University
viser Marianne Jelinek, area youth in grades eight- and personal choices; Ed senior and early childhood
12 are invited.
Schnee of the Individual education major, has been
Disc jockey Adam Freedom Foundation will inducted into Pi Lamda
Talit and Tefilin Club
will meet 8:30 a.m. Sunday Gottlieb will be featured. speak on cults.
Theta national honor and
in the chapel for services Refreshments will be pro-
The convention also professional association in
and discussions, followed by vided, and there is a nomi- will feature chapter ath- education.
breakfast and bowling. All nal charge. Proceeds will
boys and girls between the benefit the Jewish National
ages of 13 and 18 are wel- Fund.
The event is sponsored by
come. This week, the group
will hear Dave Techner the high school student
speak on the "Jewish Way of council. Members involved
Death." Drivers are needed. in the planning are: Robbie
For information, call ad- Chatlin, Tina Kremen-
viser Walter Rosenblum, chugsky, Patty Leiberman,
Lori Malter, Debbie Reifler,
Junior congregation will Randi Ruskin, David
go to see the Detroit Lions Steiger, Ilana Stollman,
Play Tampa Bay Sunday, Rhonda Strauss, Louis
meeting in the youth lounge Sugarman and President
at 11 a.m. The group will Caren Stalburg.
For information, contact
travel by bus. There is a
nominal charge, and mem- Caren, 353-6464.
* * *
bers should bring a bagged
dairy lunch. Tickets are
limited. For reservations or GREENFIELD will hold a
information, call adviser youth minyan 10. a.m.
Mark Eichner, 358-0065.
Applications for the
Kvutzat Shabat will meet
Tamarack winter 3:45 p.m. Saturday. Boys in
weekends are new avail- grades four-six will meet
able. Children in grades 3:45 p.m. Saturday.
three-six will go
A mystery bus ride will be
Tamarack Jan. 22-24. The
theme of the weekend held 7:30 p.m. Saturday,
will be a Famous Jewish leaving from Young Israel
Southfield artist Frieda Rubin will display her
People." Students in of Greenfield. there is a paintings at Henry Ford Hospital's West Bloomfield
grades seven-12 will go
Outpatient Center through Dec. 28. The exhibit,
Feb. 5-7. Scholarship Kendler, adviser, 557-1421. featuring seven paintings in watercolor and oil, is
monies will be available
Bowling will be held 1 part of the on-going "artist-of-the-month" series ar-
for those who sold candy. p.m.. Sunday at Ark Lanes ranged in cooperation with the Birmingham Bloom-
All members will receive West, With refreshments field Art Association.


Artist Displays at Hospital


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