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January 22, 1982 - Image 51

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-01-22

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Gary R Miller &
Associates

Youth News

Photography with
a Personal Touch

(Continued from Page 50) Kadima USY, and the T
there is a nominal charge. and T will hold their annual
Drivers are needed. For Tamarack winter weekend
398-6894 -
reservations or informa- Feb. 5-7. The theme for the
tion, call Social ,Vice weekend will be "Anti-
Specializing in Candids and Video
President Brynna Freilich, Semitism Today: Here and
543-3703; or adviser Abroad." Everyone in
Marianne Jelinek, 968- grades seven-12 is welcome.
Applications are still avail-
2083.
Talit and Tefilin Club able. For information or _to
will meet 8:30 a.m. Sun- help plan the weekend, con-
day in the chapel for serv- tact Moshe Mouse chair-
ices and discussions, fol- man, Dana Stollman, 547-
lowed by breakfast and 5891; Kadima chairman
bowling. All boys and Howard Marcus, 569-7286;
girls between the ages of adviser Mrs. Jelinek,
13 and 18 are welcome. Rosenblum, Kadima ad-
Gladys & Bill, Peggy & Scotty,
For information, call ad- viser Betty Elster, 398-
viser Walter Rosenblum, 3284; or Youth Director
Harriet & Jerry, Carolyn & Larry
Sharon Levine, 548-3123 or
352-2307.
and Your Loving Grandchildren
Moshe Mouse . USY, 547-3369.
Moshe Mouse USY,
1 Kadima
USY and the T and
T Club will have their com-
bined Tamarack meeting at
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1:30 p.m. Jan. 31, meeting
in the chapel. Clothing lists
and other relevant informa-
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tion will be made available.
Following the meeting, the
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group will make Shabat
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hallot and decorations for
the weekend. They will also
put together their source
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book.
Chalutzim and third
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graders from Rishonim
are at Tamarack this
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weekend.
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The youth- department
will sponsor a Torah
Readers Club with the as-
tax_ 404,‘ , ..Aur
iatz- 442.cpwile
sistance of Cantor Louis
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Klein. Members will learn
to read the Torah, Haftorah'
and -the Megilla. All men
CONTACT A CREAT'svE C.4040*4.111-3AINT
over the age of 12 are wel-
come and should contact
Cantor Klein, 548-9000,
--d204-,45
and leave a message.
Youth Shabat services
are held at 10 a.m. Satur-
days for youth of all ages,
beginning with the Shabat
nursery program for chil-

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dren up to age 3. Everyone
is welcome, and there is no
charge. Reservations are
not required. The Story
Hour has Shabat stories,
songs and games. Both
groups meet in the school
wing.
Youth age 7-13 meet in
the chapel for junior con-
gregation services. Services
for USYers are held in .the
board room. All boys and
girls between the grades
seven and 12 are welcome.
Refreshments are served.
* * *
YOUNG ISRAEL OF
GREENFIELD will have a
youth minyan at 10 a.m.
Saturday.
Youth groups for boys in
grades four to six will .meet
at Young Israel of Green-
field at 3:45 p.m. Saturday.
A group for youth age 3 to
6 will meet Shabat morning
at 10 a.m. for games, stories,
singing and refreshments.
Young Israel Junior
Teens are sponsoring a
Youth Shabat this Satur-
day at Young Israel of
Greenfield. After serv-
ices at Young Israel, the
group will have a Shabat
Seuda, followed by an
oneg. The guest speaker
will be David Weingar-
ten.
On Saturday, the Young
Israel Junior Teens will be
joined by the Young Israel
Teens for a "Fun 'n Fitness
Night" at the Jewish Com-
munity Center. Buses will
leave from Young Israel of
Greenfield at 7 p.m. and will
make a pick-up' stop at
Young Israel of Southfield
at 7:15. There will be sports
and swimming. at the
Jewish Center. There is a
charge. For information,
call , the Young Israel of
Greenfield office, 967-3655.

eniinary Honor for Berry

Louis Berry will be in-
ducted as an honorary fel-
low of the Jewish Theologi-
cal Seminary of America at
an academic convocation at
Temple Emanu-El in Miami
Beach, Fla., Feb. 28. -
Berry is a past president
of Cong. Shaarey Zedek. He
is a member of the semi-
nary's board of overseers,
past chairman of its na-
tional planning committee
and a founder of the Greater
Seminary. He is also a reci-

Judaism Seminar
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Friday, January 22, 1982 51

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LOUIS BERRY

pient of the -seminary's
Louis Marshall Memorial
The United Hebrew Medal, given in recognition
Schools, in cooperation with of "dedication to the high
the Jewish Educators principles of Judaism and
Council, is developing a leadership. in endeavors to
city-wide high school semi- enrich community life."
nar to bring together young_ _ Berry serves on the Na-
people of various Jewish tional Campaign Cabinet of
high schools to deepen their the United Jewish Appeal
understanding of Judaism and on the boards of the •
and to provide a forum for Weizmann Institute of Sci-
ence, Joint Distribution
understanding.
The first program will Committee, American ORT
take place 10 a.m. Sunday Fedel-ation, Development
at the main United Hebrew Corp. for Israel and others.
In Detroit, he has served
Schools building. "Jewish
Medical Ethics" will be dis- on the boards of the Jewish
cussed by Rabbi Robert Ab- Welfare Federation, Sinai
ramson and Rabbi Eli Fin- Hospital, Jewish Home for
kelman, assisted by Dr. the Aged and Bnai Brith
Hillel Foundation.
Alan Weiner.

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