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February 05, 1982 - Image 51

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-02-05

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Campers Sought
by Hashachar

Camp Young Judea, the
Hashachar summer pro-
gram sponsored by Hadas-
sah, is taking enrollment
for this year's sessions.
Campers age 8-14 are in-
vited to the Ortonville site
to participate in swimming,
rowing, sports, arts and
crafts, drama, nature hikes,
singing and dancing.
Jewish history and culture
and study of Israel are em-
phasized.
Shabat and kashrut are
observed. The sessions will
meet June 27-July 21 and
July 25-Aug. 17. There is a
fee, and scholarships are
available.
Camp director is Bini
Silver. For inforthation, call
the Camp Young Judea
office, 661-1038.

CARE is currently coor-
dinating international re-
lief efforts for the refugee
population of Somalia.

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Youth News

BNEI AKIVA Chevraya
Aleph will present a "Gong
Show" 2 p.m. Sunday at
Young Israel of Oak-Woods.
There is a nominal charge,

and the public is invited.
Chevraya Bet will have a
kumsitz 8 p.m. Feb. 20 at
Young Israel of Oak-Woods.
Pizza will be served. For de-

BBYO Activities

Ruach AZA will hold its
third annual racquetball
tournament 8 p.m. Satur-
day and 1 p.m. Sunday at
the main Jewish Communiy
Center. There will be both
boys and girls divisions, and
trophies will be awarded.
Spectators are welcome.
The AZA Basketball
League will meet Sunday at
Oakland Community Col-
lege, Orchard Ridge Cam-
pus. This week's games will
feature Beber vs. Samson
and Rose vs. Goode at 12:30
p.m., and Herzl vs. Akiba
and Posen vs. Hart at 1:30
p.m. Goode AZA currently
leads Division 1 and Beber,
Jolson and Samson AZAs
are tied for the lead of Di-
vision 2. Scoring leaders are
Stuart Nathan of Samson
with a 16 point average and
Alan Glaser of Herzl with a
15 point average. Spec-
tators are welcome.
The next BBYO adviser
group meeting will take
place 7:30 p.m. Thursday at
the BBYO office.
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Council and Pisgah
Lodge of Bnai Brith will
hold their fifth annual
joint bowling tourna-
ment 8:45 a.m. Feb. 21 at
West Bloomfield Lanes.
The tournament is open
to AZA chapter seniors
(12th grade) only and
admission is free. Break-
fast and luncheon will be
provided along with
three lines of bowling
and trophies to the win-
ners.
Applications have been
mailed to all AZA seniors
and the registration dead-
line is Feb. 12. For informa-
tion, call Gary Naftaly,
AZA special projects chair-
man, 968-2354.
The Great Lakes BBG
Council and the Metropoli-
tan Detroit Bnai Brith
Women's Council will hold
their annual BBG-BBW
program 10:45 p.m. Feb. 28
at the Jimmy Prentis Mor-
ris Branch of the Jewish
Community Center. The
theme of this year's pro-
gram, is, "The Year of the
Woman," and the program
will include aerobic dancing
with instruction, a salad-
bar luncheon, and a panel-
discussion and Table Talk
with the topic, "Women in
the Mainstream of Today's
World."
Registration for the pro-
gram must be done.through
individual chapter
presidents and the deadline
is Feb. 19. There is a charge.
For information, contact
Audrey Levine, BBG coor-
dinator, 356-5658; or the
BBYO office, 552-8260.
Shalom Aviv BBG will
hold its annual gym and
swim night 8 p.m. Feb. 27 at
the main Jewish Center. All
members of AZA and BBG
are invited. There is a
charge. Full use of the gym
facilities, indoor pool, and
racquetball courts will be
offered. For information,
contact Marcy Woronoff,
chapter president, 851-
6697.
BBYO announces the
opening of registration for
its summer leadership pro-
grams at the Bnai Brith
Perlman Camp in Starlight,
Pa. The International Kal-
lah program will run for
four weeks from June 29
through July 26.
The International Lead-
ership Training Conference
(ILTC) is a three-week pro-
gram that runs from July 26
through Aug. 16. Appli-
cants may opt for eith e r
program or for both. Schol-
arships are available for
both Kallah and ILTC. For
details, contact Arnold J.
Weiner, BBYO director,
552-8260.

For good or ill, your con-
versation is your adver-
tisement.

Friday, February 5, 1982 51

tails, call Jenny Mandel-
baum 542-7736.
Grades four-seven meet
each Shabat two hours be-
fore Minha. Refreshments
will be served, and games
will be played.

ICHUD HABONIM will
take a pretend trip to Israel
2:30 p.m. Sunday at the
main Jewish Community
Center. Fourth-eighth
graders who have tickets for
the "trip" may bring
friends. Admission is nomi-
nal. For reservations and
information, call Mikki
Smith, 355-0543; or Mike
Poris, 626-4093.

The annual meeting of
the Jewish National Fiind
Council of Greater Detroit
will take place 8:15 p.m.
Wednesday at the Zionist
Cultural Center.
The evening's agenda in-
cludes election of officers
and members of the board of
directors and reports by var-
ious committee chairmen. A
social hour follows.

Boy Scout Troop 23 will
attend Shabat services 8
p.m. today at Temple Beth
El. Services will be held in
honor of Scout Sabbath and
will commemorate the 72nd
anniversary of scouting in
the U.S.
Troop 23 meets 7 p.m.
Wednesdays in the Temple
Beth El youth lounge. It is
the only Jewish Boy Scout
troop in Michigan.
To join or for information,
call Nat Trager, 553-4891.

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