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52

Friday, February 12, 1982

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Information Day
for Camp Stone

Youth ,News

Camp Stone will hold an
information day at Young
Israel of Oak-Woods at 2:15
p.m. Feb. 21.
The camp director Stuart
Chesner, is a doctoral can-
didate in clinical psychol-
ogy, and will present slides,
pamphlets, and information
about the camp activities.
Camp Stone announces a
new computer course which
will be integrated into the
daily activities at camp. Re-
freshments and a free rol-
lerskating party from 4 to 6
p.m. will follow the infor-
mation session.

Transportation will be
provided to and from the
rollerskating by bus. All
prospective campers age
8-15 and their parents are
invited to the Camp Stone
information day.

For reservations for the
rollerskating party, call
Tohy Albert, 352-5837; or
Pearlena Bodzin, 357-1157.

MAIL
WARNING

The Jewish News has
a normal deadline of
noon Monday, Feb. 15,
for local news and dis-
play advertising to ap-
pear in the issue of Fri-
day, Feb. 19. However,
there will be no mail de-
livery Monday, Feb. 15.
Material should be
mailed early or hand-
delivered to comply
with the deadline.

ADAT SHALOM youth
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
services.
Garinim will hold serv-
ices 10 a.m. Saturday in the
chapel. Shoresh and Migdal
Tzion United Synagogue
Youth conduct services in
the board room, followed by
a special kidush.
The youth and education
department will participate
in the synagogue's annual
Encounter Weekend today-
Sunday. An oneg Shabat
will be held at the
synagogue at 8 p.m. today.
The guest speaker will be
Rabbi Jeffrey Tigay.

will take place on Feb.
19-21. Members of Shoresh
and Migdal Tzion USY will
spend a weekend in prayer,
play and study. Accompany-
ing the group will be Cantor
and Mrs. Earl Berris, Rabbi
Efry, Spectre and members
of the youth department
staff.
The theme for the
weekend is "The Future of
American Jewry." The
weekend is centered around
the celebration of Shabat,
but also includes toboggan-
ing, ice skating and other
outdoor and indoor winter
games.

Co-chairmen this year
are Adam Rosen, Marcy
Woronoff and Phillip
Okun. Attending the
weekend will be mem-
bers of the executive
board of Central Region
USY. Regular youth serv-
ices will not be held. Serv-
ices will resume Feb. 27.

On Shabat morning,
there will be no separate
youth services for
Shoresh and Migdal Tz-
ion. Gordon Berris of
Shoresh will receive the
Maftir aliya and read the
Haftorah in the
sanctuary. A luncheon
will follow services.
Members of Migdal Tzion
and Shoresh are invited
to the luncheon free of
charge, but reservations
are a must.

For information on
Tamarack, reservations for
the Encounter Weekend
luncheon and all other
youth activities contact the
youth and education office,
851-5100

BETH ABRAHAM
HILLEL MOSES youth

department will sponsor a
cross country skiing day
Sunday, meeting 12:30 p.m.
at the youth lounge. Par-
ticipants should bring a
dairy lunch.
The youth lounge is open
6:15 p.m. Tuesdays for a hot

The men's club invites
members of Adat Shalom
youth groups to join them in
a brunch at 11 a.m. Sunday.
This year's annual
Tamarack winter retreat

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BETH ACHIM United

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attend the intensive study
Shabat in Cleveland, Ohio,
this weekend. Regular
Shabat services will be held
for persons not attending
the weekend. .
All USYers are invited to
the Annual Shabat Hanoar
(Youth Shabat) observance
and luncheon Feb. 27. For
luncheon reservations by
Feb. 21, call Marc Anker-
man, 352-8670 or 546-5797.
There is a nominal charge
for the luncheon.
Kadima USY will not go
to Tamarack Feb. 27, but
will join the Youth Shabat
observance.

Bnai Mazal will have an
oneg Shabat 8 p.m. Feb.
19 in the home of Loren
Sherman, 20337 Rose-
land, Southfield. For de-
tails and directions, call
Loren, 352-2681.

Nitzanim and Kochavim
will have a movie day mixer
and treat 1:30 p.m. Feb. 21
in the synagogue. Admis-
sion is free.
Kochavim will have a
Purim face-painting party
1:30 p.m. Feb. 28 in the
synagogue. There is a
charge.
Lahav will have a social
action project Feb. 21 at
Prentis Manor, meeting at
the synagogue at 1 p.m. For
details, call Beth Phillips,
social action vice president,
355-0396.
The youth groups are col-
lecting wood, balls, toys and
games for the annual Beth
Achim Purim carnival
slated to take place March
7. On March 6 there will be
a "Purim Put-it Together
Party" at the synagogue.
For details, call the
synagogue, 352-8670.
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For information, call Mike
Klein, coordinator, 851-
6880.
Junior congregation will
meet for Shabat services 10
a.m. Saturday. Youth age
7-13 are invited. Story Hour
is held for children age 3-6.
Youth celebrating their
birthday in February and.
their parents will be hon-
ored.
Youth Shabat will be ob-
served Feb. 20. A luncheon
will follow services. There is
a charge and reservations
are required. For reserva-
tions, call the synagogue,
851-6880.

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SHALOM

Yeladim are still taking
reservations for their pizza
party scheduled to be held
12:15 p.m. Sunday in the
youth lounge. Pizza and
beverages will be served.
There is a nominal charge.
For required reservations
by today, call Heidi Press,
adviser, 424-8833.
The Yachad group will
have a games afternoon
12:15 p.m. Feb. 21 in the
youth lounge. Children
should bring a bagged dairy
lunch. Beverages will be
provided. Children should
bring their favorite board
games. Admission is free,

and no reservations are re-
quired. For details, call
Miss Press.

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BNAI DAVID holds
youth Shabat services 10
a.m. Saturdays for boys and
girls age 3-13.
Story Hour meets in the
school building for Shabat
stories, games and a special
youth kidush.
Boys and girls age 8-13
meet in the chapel at 10
a.m. Saturdays for services,
games and kidush. Every-
one is welcome.

nual book fair Monday
through Wednesday. Books
will be available for chil-
dren in kindergarten
through ninth grade.
There will be contests and
projects relating to reading,
and prizes will be awarded
to one winner in each grade.
Actor David Parker of the
Attic Theater will portray
Huckleberry Finn as he r,
enacts adventures o—
Huckleberry Finn and Tom
Sawyer 9 a.m. Tuesday for
grades four-six and 10 a.m.
Tuesday for grades seven-
nine.
Concern Inc., an ecology
group, will discuss and show
movies on how to protect the
environment Thursday.
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Story Hour and Shalom
will meet at the
synagogue 1 p.m. Sunday
for a pizza lunch and car-
toon afternoon. There is a
nominal charge.
Everyone is welcome.
For information, contact
Joyce Lang, 968-2686.

Talit and Tefilin will
meet Sunday at 9 a.m. for
services, breakfast and
bowling. Everyone is wel-
come. There is a nominal
charge.
There will be a rehearsal
for those participating in
the talent show 7 p.m. Wed-
nesday at the synagogue.
The talent show is
scheduled for Feb. 21.
Everyone is invited. Tickets
are available from the
yolith department. For in-
formation, contact Tobye
Bello, youth director, 552-

DAY
HILLEL K
SCHOOL will have its an-

YOUNG ISRAEL OF
GREENFIELD will con-

duct a youth minyan for
boys and girls 10 a.m.
Saturday at the Young Is-
rael of Greenfield.
Shabat groups for chil-
dren age 3-6 also will meet
10 a.m. Saturday.
At 4:45 p.m. Saturday,
youth groups for boys in
grades four-six will meet at
the synagogue.
Kvutzat Shabat will meet
at 4:45 p.m. Saturday at the
synagogue.

Composers Are Highlighted
in Concert at Shaarey Zedek

The Sholem Aleichem In-
stitute and Cong. Shaarey
Zedek, will present a con-
cert featuring the works of
Detroit area composers,
Bernard Mikol and Geral-
dine Schwartz 8 p.m. Feb.
21 at Shaarey Zedek.
The Detroit String Quar-
tet will perform "Masada,"
a quartet in four move-
ments, by Mikol, composed
in 1976 when he visited Is-
rael. A member of Shaarey
Zedek, Dr. Mikol is a clini-
cal psychologist and is affil-
iated with Wayne State
University and the Univer-
sity of Detroit.
He studied composition at
the University of Michigan,
Michigan State University
and at Oakland University,
and has earned advanced
degrees in this field.

The concert also will
feature soprano, Helen
Rowin, and pianist,
Louise Angermeir, in a
song cycle by Ms.

GERALDINE SCHWARTZ

Schwartz entitled "A
Jewish Voice," six songs
for soprano, set to poems
by Herb Brin.

Mrs. Schwartz was
graduated from Wayne
State University, where she
is presently pursuing her
master's degree in composi-
tion. Mrs. Schwartz also has
composed a cantata
"Night." She also received
recognition for a woodwind
quintet performed in 1981.

La Leche League
Meeting Planned

DR. BERNARD MIKOL

La Leche League of Oak-
field will meet to discuss
"Advantages of Breastfeed-
ing to Mother and Baby"
7:30 p.m. Thursday in the
home of Chris Briggs, 18110
Magnolia, Southfield.
Women interested in
breastfeeding are welcome
to participate. For informa-
tion, call Liz Edelglass,
557-3247; or Bonnie Topper,
398-7456.

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