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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-01-22

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, January 22, 1982

50

Youth News

ADAT SHALOM youth p.m. and 7. p.m. Those in-
and education department terested in playing for this
sponsors Shabat services game should contact Bruce
every Saturday at 10 a.m. Frank, 855-2268.
Migdal Tzion will have
Nitzanim and Makor meet
their respective leaders in an "almost anything
the foyer outside the goes" social 7:30 p.m.
sanctuary and are taken to Jan. 30 at the synagogue.
the nursery for stories and This event is planned by
Tami Lifton and Jon
services.
Garinim will hold serv- Levy. Everyone is wel-
ices in the chapel. Shoresh come.
The Adat Shalom branch
and Migdal Tzion United
Synagogue Youth conduct of the United Hebrew
services in the board room, _ Schools and the youth and
follOwed by a special education department will
sponsor its second Bar and
kidush.
Migdal Tzion's volleyball Bat Mitzva Sunday Morn-
team will play Sunday at ing Program of the month
the Jewish Community 10:30 a.m. Jan. 31, begin-
Center. The games are at 6 ning with services in the

chapel followed by a bagel
brunch.
The guest speaker will be
Rabbi Neil Cooper, director
of Camp Ramah in Canada.
He will present a slide show
on "Summer Fun." Rabbi
Cooper will answer ques-
tions on Camp Ramah.
Children and their parents
are invited.
Migdal Tzion will partici-
pate in a Mitzvathon Jan.
31. For sponsor sheets, call
Libby Alpern, 626-7667 or
the youth office, 851-5100.
Proceeds from the
Mitzvathon will be donated
to the Tikun Olam fund of
United Synagogue Youth.
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beach party 2 p.m. Sunday
at the synagogue. There is a
nominal charge. For re-
quired reservations, call
Gail Nachman, 357-0241; or
Robin Friedman, 642-8041.
Bnai Mazal and
Kochavim will go to Upland
Hills Farm Jan. 31, meeting
at 1:15 p.m. at the
synagogue. Parents are
needed to drive. For reser-
vations, call Miss Friedman
or Bonnie Kolnierz, 545-
2650.
Lahav United Synagogue
Youth will go tobogganing
and have a party Jan. 31,
meeting at the synagogue at
1:30 p.m. There is a charge.
For details, call Allyson Im-
ber, 540-2272.
Junior congregation will
have its annual Parent-
Youth Sabbath observance
Feb. 6. A luncheon will fol-
low services. For details and
reservations, call adviser

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MORAN PONTIAC

JUST NORTH OF TEL—TWELVE MALL

group will send letters to
Russian refusniks and offi-
cials of the Soviet Union.
Pesach cards for the senior
citizens of the Detroit com-
munity also will be made.
Applications for the 22nd
annual Adat Shalom youth
and education department
Tamarack retreat have
been sent out in the mail.
The retreat will be held Feb.
19-21. Applications 'will be
accepted on a first come,
first servve basis. If there
are any openings following
the registration of Adat
Shalom members the
weekend will be open to
other USY members, also
on a first come, first serve
basis. For an application,
contact Cantor Berris at the
synagogue.

Savage BBG will hold its
annual winter dance 8
p.m. Saturday at Adat
Shalom Synagogue. The
dance will have an Army
theme and those attending
are encouraged to dress ac-
cordingly. Music will be
provided by Chris O'Brien
of WDRQ, and refreshments
will be served. There is an
admission charge. All
Jewish youth are invited.
The AZA Basketball
League will begin Sunday
at Oakland Community
College, Orchard Ridge
campus, with games start-
ing at 12:30 and 1:30 p.m.
Spectators are welcome.
Supplementary registra-
tion for AZA members wish-
ing to join their chapters'
teams in the league will be
accepted through Feb. 3 at
the BBYO office. For infor-
mation, contact Rick Kros-
nick, AZA basketball - coor-
dinator, 545-4506.
The next meeting of the
BBYO board of directors
will take place 8 p.m.
Thursday at the BBYO
office. The board will kickoff
its 1982 fund raising at that
meeting.

Ruach AZA will spon-
sor its third annual rac-
quetball tournament 8
p.m. Feb. 6 and 1 p.m.
Feb. 7 at the main Jewish
Community Center. The
tournament will feature
separate boys and girls
divisions, divided into 15
years and under and 16 to
18 years. Trophies will be
awarded to winners of
each division. Registra-
tion will include free
t-shirts and prizes. Entry
deadline is Feb. 3.

Applications have been
mailed to all nationally-
registered members of
Michigan Region of AZA
and to all BBG chapter
presidents. Additional ap-
plications are available at
the BBYO office. For infor-
mation, contact 'Rick Mints,
chapter president, 851-
0727.
Michigan Region BBYO
has kicked off its 1982

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will run through March 31.
The theme of the drive is
"Smile for Members" and
the goal is for each chapter
to recruit at least seven new
members into BBYO. Both
chapter and individual in-
centives are being offered.
Chapters may recruit mem-
bers for their own chapter or
for other chapters in the
region. For information,
contact Membership Drive
Chairmen, David Icikson,
557-0477; or Felissa Burns,
647-2099.
Applications are being
accepted by the AZA and
BBG Councils for the
chairmanship of the forth-
coming elections training
conclave which will take
place May 14-16 at Camp
Tamarack. All members of
AZA and BBG are eligible
to apply and applications
are due at the AZA and BBG
Council meetings, Feb. 1
and Feb. 4, respectively. For
information, contact Coun-
cil Vice Presidents, Marc
Landau, 642-9689; or
Andrea Berk, (519) 735-
2416.

BBYO announces its
27th annual Israel Sum-
mer Institute will take
place June-August. This
six-week study tour will
include trips throughout
all of Israel, six days in a
collective settlement,
four days with an Israeli
family, five days at a field
school and a lengthy visit
to Jerusalem.

This year, two new spe-
cial groups are being or-
ganized. One, an ulpan
group emphasizes using
conversational Hebrew dur-
ing the program in Israel,
and another which will
focus on the archeological
aspects of Israel and will in-
clude a week on a dig.
Information on all three
programs of the Israel
Summer Institute can be
obtained from AZA and
BBG chapter presidents or
from the BBYO office, 552-
8260. Scholarship help is
available. Application

Barry Lippitt, 353-4477.

BETH SHALOM'S

Yachad group has re-
scheduled its bowling party
for Jan. 31, meeting at 12:15
p.m. at the synagogue.
Children are requested to
bring a bagged dairy lunch
to be eaten at the
synagogue. Beverages
)
be provided. There is
charge. Drivers are needed.
For details, call adviser
Heidi Press, weekdays,
424-8833.

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BNAI DAVID holds

youth Shabat services each
Saturday at 10 a.m. for boys
and girls age 3 through 13.
Story Hour will meet in
the school building for
Shabat stories, games and a
special kidush.
Services for boys and girls
age 8 through 13 will be
held in the small chapel.
Following services there
will be Shabat games and
kidush.

Talit and Tefilin for
boys and girls age 12
through 17 will meet on
Sunday at 9 a.m. in the
chapel for services and
breakfast. They will then
proceed to Ark Lanes
West for bowling. There
is a nominal charge. For
information, contact
Zolman Rube, 968-2654.

Masada will meet 1:15
p.m. Sunday in the youth
lounge to go duck pin bowl-
ing. There is a charge. Driv-
ers are needed. Everyone is
welcome. For reservations,
contact Youth Director
Tobye Bello, 552-0183.
Tryouts for the talent
show will be held Jan. 31 at
1:30 p.m. in the youth
lounge. Everyone is invited
to audition. The talent show
will be held Feb. 21 at 7 p.m.
at the synagogue.
Masada will have a dance
party Jan. 30 at 7 p.m. at the
synagogue. All seventh and
eighth graders are invited.
There is a charge. Adam
Gottlieb will be the D.J.
For information on youth
activities, contact Mrs. Be-
llo.

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BNAI MOSHE youth

department will sponsor a
summer programs evening
at 4:45 p.m. Jan. 30 in the
synagogue. The program
will feature Rabbi Neil
Cooper, director of Camp
Ramah of Canada. He will
present a slide show and
will have a discussion on
Camp Ramah entitled
"Summer Fun." Included
the evening's program
be Minha services, seirda
shlishit, Maariv and Hav,
dala services.
The program is open to all
families. There is no charge,
but reservations for the
dinner are required by cal-
ling the youth lounge, 548-
3123.
Senior "Moshe Mouse"
United Synagogue Youth
will go on a hay-ride Jan. 30,
following the summer pro-
grams evening and meeting
at the synagogue at 8 p.m..
Everyone is welcome and

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