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April 16, 1982 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-04-16

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Youth News

BETH ABRAHAM
HILLEL MOSES youth
department will not have
services Saturday, but will
resume services 10 a.m.
April 24.
The youth lounge will be
open again for a hot dog
dinner and games 6:15 p.m.
Tuesday.
* * *
BETH ACHIM Lahav
United Synagogue Youth
will join Greater Detroit
United Synagogue Youth at
regional rally 9 p.m.
.iaturday at Cong. Shaarey
Zedek. For details, call
Mike Weinraub, 569-1512.
Deadline for letters ex-
perssing intention to run for
office is April 23.
Regionals will be held
April 23-25 at the South-
field Sheraton Hotel.
Kadima will have an
oneg Shabat 8 p.m. April
23 in the home of adviser
Gail Nachman, 20225
* *

Winchester, Southfield.
There will be a discussion
and a play.
Bnai Mazal and Kadima
will have an Israeli day 1:30
p.m. April 25 at the
synagogue. For details, Call
Robin Friedman, 642-8041;
or Ms. Nachman, 357-0241.
Services are held 10 a.m.
Saturdays for youth of all
ages.
* * *
BETH
SHALOM
Yeladim and Yachad-junior
congregation still have tic-
kets available for the trip to
see the Southfield Ice Co.
April 25. The groups will
meet at 12:15 p.m. at the
synagogue. Children should
bring a bagged dairy lunch.
Beverage will be available.
There is an admission
charge, and parents are
needed to drive. For ticket
reservations and informa-
tion, call Heidi Press,' ad-
viser, 424-8833, weekdays.

*

Youth Aid Sinai Patients
With Pesach Food Packages

BNAI DAVID youth will
meet for Shabat services 10
a.m. Saturday. Story Hour
will meet in the school
building for Shabat stories,
games and a special kidush.
Junior congregation will
meet in the small chapel to
conduct their own services.
Anyone wishing to have a
part in the service should
contact Ruth Moss, 356-
8412.
Talit and Tefilin will
meet 9 a.m. Sunday for serv-
ices and breakfast. They
will then proceed to Ark
Lanes West for bowling.
Everyone is welcome. There
is a nominal charge.
Boys and girls who
have already made
reservations to see the
play "Annie" at the
Fisher Theater should
meet in the youth lounge
at 6 p.m. Sunday.
For information on Bnai
David youth activities, con-
tact Tobye Bello, youth di-
rector, 552-0183.

Friday, April 16, 1982

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TAMAKWA still has a few openings for camper registration
for the 1982 camping season
4 or 8 weeks, boys and girls, ages 7-16.

Windsurfing
Sailing
Waterskiing
Canoeing
Snorkling

Swimming
Canoe Tripping
Land Sports
Creative Arts
Photography

Drama
Computers
Hiking
Camp Crafts
Music

For a home visitation or more information, contact

16000 W. NINE MILE ROAD, SUITE 607

SOUTHFIELD, MICHIGAN 48075

Area Code 313 — 559-4240

TAMAKWA . . . a tradition since 1936

...

Lisa Soleymani, president of the Cong. Shaarey
Zedek junior congregation, and Rev. Ely Apt, assis-
tant to Sinai Hospital's director of pastoral care, sort
out Passover packages assembled by the youth group
for Sinai patients.

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BBYO Activities

The AZA Basketball
League will meet Sunday at
Oakland Community Col-
lege, Orchard Ridge cam-
pus. This week's games will
feature Benny vs. Ruach
and Beber vs. Hart at 12:30
p.m. and Akiba vs. Kennedy
and Posen vs. Rose at 1:30
p.m. Rose AZA leads Di-
vision I with a 6-0 record
while Samson AZA and
Beber AZA are tied for the
lead in Division II with 5-1
records.
Raoul Wallenberg AZA
of Huntington Woods is
having a Michigan Region
BBYO baseball cap sale for
guys and girls. The hat will
(tome in blue and white with
multi-color patch
hating Michigan Region
BBYO. Orders are being ac-
cepted through April 29.
For information, contact
Alex Eisenberg, 399-4677.
The BBG Council Execu-
tive Board will meet 3:30
p.m. Monday at the BBYO
office. Installation chair-
man will be selected at that
meeting. The AZA Council
Executive Board will meet
3:30 p.m. Monday in the
Dubin Meeting Room of the
Bnai Brith Building. Instal-
lation and AZA softball
chairmen will be selected at
that meeting.

Glazer BBG will hold its
second annual Mr. AZA
Ice Cream Social 7 p.m.
Wednesday at Thompson
Middle School. Besides
ice cream' sundaes for
everyone, the program
will feature the selection
of this year's "Mr. AZA."
There is a charge. For in-
formation, contact Jen-
nifer Saltzman, 548-1653.
The next BBYO adviser
group meeting will take
place 7:30 p.m. Thursday at
the BBYO office. Joe Wit-
tenstein, Midwest BBYO
director, will speak on
"Chapter Changeover:
Working With New Chap-
ter Leadership." Openings
exist for qualified adults to
advise AZA and BBG chap-
ters in the Metropolitan
Detroit area. Those in-
terested should contact Ar-
nold Weiner, BBYO direc-
tor, 552-8260.
Herzl AZA, Windsor,
will hold a slave auction 5
p.m. April 25 at the Windsor
Jewish Community Centre,
following the AZA Basket-
ball League. Members of
Herzl as well as several
other AZA chapters will
stand for auction. There is a
nominal admission charge.
For information, contact
Mark Kaplan, (519) 969-
3341.

25

Jewish Community Center Day Camp is worth
every penny you spend. But, if you sign up before
May 1, 1982, it'll be worth even more, because
you'll actually pay less than the '81 rates for most
programs. But best of all, it's fun. It's sports, art,
nature; it's friendship. More than just a day camp,
it's the chance to expose your child to the fullness
and richness of life. (Check the camp brochure for
details on neighborhood to camp busing and the
2 different 4-week sessions.).
Full-Day Camp—Kindergarden through Sixth
Grade. Days filled with music, nature, sports,
crafts, culture, and friends. Member $350; before
May 1 $325. Non-member $420; before May 1
$395.

Half-Day Camp—Pre-School and Kindergarten.
Half as long but just as memorable. Member $185;
before May 1 $165. Non-member $225; before
May 1 $205.
Five different specialty camps include daily
swimming activity, all at special prices.

Tennis and Sports. Learn to play tennis, soccer,
racquetball, softball, and a whole range of fun,
fitness sports. Member $350; before May 1 $325.
Non-member $420; before May 1 $395.
Gymnastics and Dance. Even more fun- when you
put 'em together! Member $350; before May 1
$325. Non-member $420; before May 1 $395.
Safari makes learning about metropolitan Detroit a
real adventure. Member $370; before May 1 $345.
Non-member $450; before May 1 $425.

Teen Caravan. With so much to see and do in
Detroit, there's never a dull moment. Member
$370; before May 1 $345. Non-member $450;
before May 1 $425.
Sailing. Regular rates. Member $395. Non-member
$495.

If you want to save money be signing up before
May 1, 1982, come into the Jewish Community
Center, or call

661-1000

or 252.1



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