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44

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, February 19, 1982

Youth News

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 in the chapel. Shoresh
and Migdal Tzion United
Synagogue Youth conduct
services in the board room,
followed by a special
kidush.
Migdal Tzion USY and
Shoresh will go to Camp
Tamarack this weekend for
their 22nd annual winter
retreat. Shabat services at
the synagogue for these two
groups will be suspended
until Feb. 26. The theme for
this year's retreat is "The
Future of American
Judaism."

reservations, call the
synagogue, 851-6880.
*
BETH ACHIM will ob-
serve Youth Shabat Feb. 27.
Services will begin at 8:45
a.m. and a luncheon will fol-
low. For luncheon reserva-
tions by Feb. 21, call Marc
Ankerman, 352-8670.
There is a nominal charge.
Lahav United Synagogue
Youth will have a social ac-
tion project Sunday, meet-
ing at 1 p.m. at the
synagogue. The group will
visit the residents of Prentis
Manor. For details, call So-
cial Action Vice President
Beth Phillips, 355-0396.
Bnai Mazal will have an
oneg Shabat 8 p.m. today in
the home of Loren Sherman,
20337 Roseland, Southfield,
Fifth and sixth graders are
invited. For details and di-
rections, call Loren, 352-
2681; or adviser Robin
Friedman, 642-8041.

This year's Purim carni-
val will be held March 7
from 1 until 5 p.m. Persons
interested in helping pre-
pare and run the carnival
should contact Audrey
Lawson, 354-0745, Purim
carnival chairman; Hadas
Reiter, Migdal Tzion trea-
surer, 855-9865; Pattie
Lieberman, Shoresh trea-
surer, 626-1504; or the
youth office, 851-5100.
* *

BETH ABRAHAM
HILLEL MOSES YOUTH

department will sponsor a
bowling day Sunday, meet-
ing in the youth lounge at
12:30 p.m. There is a nomi-
nal charge.
The youth lounge will be
open at 6:15 p.m. Tuesday
for a hot dog dinner and
games.
Luncheon will follow the
Youth Shabat observance
Saturday. For luncheon

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Kochavim and Nit-
zanim will have a movie
day mixer and treat day
Sunday, meeting at 1:30
p.m. at the synagogue.
Admission is free.

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All youth groups are be-
ginning planning for the
annual Purim carnival to be
held March 7. Wood and
other materials for building
booths are needed.
Youth Shabat services
are held 10 a.m. Saturdays.
* * *

Marion Feuerman

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Yachad will have a games
afternoon 12:15 p.m. Sun-
day in the youth lounge.
Children should bring their
favorite board games and a

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No phone calls please

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Audrey Lorber
585-7223 or 559-6022

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The youth department ta-
lent show will be held 7 p.m.
Sunday. Tickets may be
purchased at the door at a
nominal charge. Everyone
is invited. For information,
contact Youth Director
Tobye Bello, 552-0183.
* * *
BNAI MOSHE Senior
"Moshe Mouse" United
Synagogue Youth and
Kadima USY will make
hamantashen and shalakh
manot for the residents of
Prentis Manor 7 p.m.
Thursday at the synagogue.
The group will deliver their
packages March 7. Anyone
interested in helping is wel-
come, and there is no
charge. For information call
Moshe Mouse adviser
Marianne Jelinek, 968-
2083; or Kadima adviser
Betty Elster, 398-3284.
Talit and Tefilin Club
will meet at 8:30 a.m. Sun-
day in the chapel for serv-
ices and discussions, fol-
lowed by breakfast and
bowling. Boys and girls be-
tween the ages-of 13 and 18
are welcome. There is a
nominal weekly charge and
drivers are needed. For de-
tails, call adviser Walter
Rosenblum, 352-2307.

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Talit and Tefilin for
boys and girls age 12-17
will meet 9 a.m. Sunday
for services, breakfast
and bowling. Everyone is
invited. There is a nomi-
nal charge.

Camp Young Judaea will
host a camp rally 7:30 p.m.
March 2 in the home of Sue
Kaufman, 611 Pine Valley,
Bloomfield Hills.

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bagged dairy lunch. Bever-
ages will be provided. Ad-
mission is free, and friends
are invited. For details, call
Heidi Press, adviser, 424-
8833, weekdays.
* *
BNAI DAVID holds
youth Shabat services at 10
a.m. Saturdays for boys and
girls age 3-13.
Story Hour, for youth age
3-7, meets in the school
building for Shabat stories,
games and a special youth
kidush.
Boys and girls age 8-13
meet in the chapel for serv-
ices, games and kidush.

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Daily-8:30-5, Sat.-.9-3

SALE ENDS FEB. 28

Camp Stone Director
Stuart Chesner will present
an illustrated program
about the camp 2:15 p.m.
Sunday at Young Israel of
Oak-Woods.
In addition to daily camp
activities, a new computer
course has been added to the
program.
Following Chesner's talk,
there will be a rollerskating
party at 4 p.m. Transporta-
tion will be provided. Pro-
spective campers age 8-15
and their parents are in-
vited to the program.
For reservations to the
rollerskating party, call
Toby Albert, 352-5837; or
Pcarlepa Bodzin, 357 1157,

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Chalutzim and Rishonim Shabat stories, games
will make hamantashen and songs. Both groups
Sunday, meeting in the meet in the school wing.
Services for youngsters
synagogue kitchen at 1:30
p.m. The group will have a between the ages of 7 and 13
costume party and deliver are welcome to join the
their home-made haman- junior congregation in the
tashen to the elderly chapel for prayers and dis-
on March 7. Everyone is cussions. USY services wel-
welcome, and there is no comes anyone in grades
charge. For information, seven-12 and meets in the
call Chalutzim adviser Jeff board room. Refreshments
Danto or Rishonim adviser will be served.
Robin Danto, 356-4788.
* * *

There will be youth
services for everyone of
all ages 10 a.m. Saturday.
The Shabat nursery pro-
gram is for children up to
age 3. There is no charge
for this service and
reservations are not re-
quired. Story Hour wel-
comes anyone between
the ages of 3 and 6. The
group participates ,in

BNEI AKIVA wil have a
slide show about Camp
Stone 2:30 p.m. ,Sunday
Young Israel of Oak-Woods:
After the presentation,
the children (grades four-
12) will go rollerskating. A
bus will leave Young Israel
at about 3:30 p.m. For de-
tails, call Nathan Biginan,
968-1499.

BBYO Activities

The Great Lakes AZA Brian Ackerson at the
Council and Pisgah Lodge BBYO office, 552-8260.
The next meeting of the
are co-sponsoring a bowling
tournament for lodge mem- BBYO Board of Directors
bers and AZA seniors (12th will take place 8 p.m.
grade) 8:45 a.m. March 7 at Thursday at the BBYO
West Bloomfield Lanes. office. The board budget
Admission is free, but pre- will be presented for ap-
registration is required. proval at that time by
Breakfast will be followed Budget Chairman
by bowling at 9:15 a.m. and Charles Ruben.
Shalom Aviv BBG will
the tournament will con-
hold
its third annual gym
clude with lunch and
and swim night 8:30
awards at 11:15 a.m.
The AZA Basketball Feb. 27 at the main Jewish
League games will be Community Center. All
played Sunday at Oakland members of AZA and BBG
Community College, Or- are invited. Full use of the
chard Ridge campus. This gym facilities, indoor pool,
week's games will feature indoor track and racquet-
Rose vs. Benny and Goode ball courts will be available.
vs. Akiba at 12:30 p.m., and Refreshments will be
Samson vs. Posen and Ken- served. For information,
contact Sheryl Hollander,
nedy vs. Hart at 1:30 p.m.
Rose AZA leads Division I 851-9457; or Diane Lugosi,
and Samson AZA, Division 681-5459.
The Great Lakes BBG
II. The Feb. 28 competition
will be held at the Windsor Council and the Bnai Brith
Jewish Community Center Women's Council of Met-
at 1 p.m. A bus will be char- ropolitan Detroit are still
tered for the trip at a nomi- taking registration for their
nal charge, and a minimum program "The Year of the
of 25 people is necessary. Woman," slated 10:45 a.m.
For reservations, contact Feb. 28 at the Jimmy Pre-
ntis Morris Branch of the
Jewish Community Center.
The program will include
aerobic dancing with in-
struction by Ada Bandalene
The evening will include
at 11 a.m., a salad-bar
a slide presentation about
luncheon at 12:30 p.m. and
laSt summer's camping pro-
a panel discussion on,
gram, narrated by Camp
"Women in the Mainstream
Director Bini Silver. Dis-
of Today's World."
cussion will focus on the Or-
The next meeting of the
tonville camp's activities.
Great Lakes AZA Council
Refreshments will be
will be held 7 p.m. March
served. Parents are wel-
1 in the Dubin Meeting
come. •
Room at the Bnai Brith
Geared for youth age
Building. The Great
9-14, the camp has a large
Lakes BBG Council will
waterfront, where swim-
_ eeting 7
hold their next m
ming and boating are
p.m. March 4 in the same
among the camp's varied
facility. At the meeting,
program of activities. Mod-
each Council will P 11.•
ern accommodations are
nounce the nei
available. The camp is
selected coordinators' of
Shabat observant and all
the upcoming Elections
food is kosher.
Training Conclave, May
Camp Young Judaea
14-16, at Camp
offers a program of
Tamarack.
Jewish learning activi-
Yachad BBG of Windsor
ties in addition to regular
will hold its annual fashion
camp activities.
show 7 p.m. March 7 at The
For enrollment infOrma=
Other Place in Windsor. All
tion, contact Donna - AZA and BBG members are
Rosenblatt, director of
invited. For information,
Young Judaea in Michigan,
contact Roberta Mock, (519)
661-1038,

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