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April 16, 1982 - Image 45

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, April 16, 1982 45

Specialty Camps, Music, Dance and Art Exhibit Slated at Center

Safari, a coed program for
fifth and sixth graders, and
Teen Caravan, a coed pro-
gram for seventh-10th
graders, will be among the
specialty camps offered this
summer through the Jewish
Community Center's day
camp program.
The Safari program in-
cludes day trips to a ranch
for horseback riding,
Windsor for five-pin bowl-
ing, the Waterford Wave

The

SHEL ROTT

Pool, the FBI offices, a
newspaper, automobile fac-
tory and more.
Conducting the program
will be Mel Clayton, super-
visor of special education in
the Berkley Schools.
Clayton holds a BA degree
from Michigan State Uni-
versity and MSW degree
from Wayne State Univer-
sity.
The Teen Caravan also
offers day trips and
culminates in a
three-day activity at
the end of the session.

DEBBIE KEIL

ORCHESTRA

Contemporary—Big Band Sounds
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Featuring

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VICKIE
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MEL CLAYTON

OTHER CAMPS WON'T ACCEPT YOUR CHILD
WE WILL

SILVERMAN VILLAGE IS A UNIQUE RESIDEN-
TIAL CAMPING PROGRAM FOR CHILDREN
AGED 7-13 WHO REQUIRE A HIGHLY
STRUCTURED AND EMOTIONALLY SUPPOR-
TIVE ENVIRONMENT TO BE SUCCESSFUL AT
CAMP

The Teen Caravan is
conducted by Debbie
Keil, instructional super-
visor in the Pontiac
schools. Miss Keil holds a
BA degree in child de-
velopment, elementary
education, from MSU and
is pursuing studies in
guidance and counseling.
Among the other spe-
cialty camps for children in
fifth through 10th grades
are: tennis and sports,
gymnastics and dance and
sailing.
Half-day camp sessions
are available for pre-school
and kindergarten-age chil-
dren and a full-day schedule
is available for youngsters

Sheryl Zuroff
Plans to Marry

WE PROVIDE:

• A loving, caring staff who are in special
education and related fields
• A program where children can have fun
and develop their potential.for responsible
behavior

An informational meeting for all interested parents
and children will be held on Sunday, April 18,
2:00-4:00 P.M. at the United Hebrew Schools
Board Room, 21550 12 Mile Road, Southfield,
Michigan.

Silverman Village is sponsored by the Fresh Air
Society. It is the only program of its kind for Jewish
.children in the midwest.

MISS ZUROFF

Dr. and Mrs. Arnold
Zuroff of Farmington Hills
announce the engagement
of their daughter, Sheryl, to
Eric Krohner, son of Mr.
Howard Krohner of South-
field and Mrs. Gloria
Krohner, also of Southfield.
Miss Zuroff is a dental
hygiene degree candidate
at the Hadassah School of
Dentistry in Jerusalem.
Her fiance is a master's de-
gree candidate at Wayne
State University.
An August wedding is
planned.

.

in kindergarten through
sixth grade.
Two camp sessions are
offered: June 28-July 23
and July 26-Aug. 20, and
programs take place at
the Camp Ruth Village on
the Center's West Bloom-
field site. Reduced fees
are in effect for children
who are enrolled before
the May 1 early registra-
tion deadline. A special
child-care option is
available at an extra
charge.
For brochure and infor-
mation, call the Center,
661-1000, ext. 252.

Music and Dance
Program Slated

A world premiere dance,
choreographed by Jacob
Lascu to the music of Julius
Chajes' "Israeli Melodies"
will be performed by the
Festival Dancers 3:30 p.m.
April 25 in the DeRoy
Studio Theater at the main
Jewish Center.
Harriet Berg, the director
of the Festival Dancers, and
Barbara Rinaldo, formerly
of the Jewish Center staff,
have collaborated on a
dance to the music of Aaron
Copland's Piano Sonata No.
2, entitled "The Two," that
will be performed by Mrs.
Berg and Bunny Nickamin.
Deanna Sperka has
created a special set for the
occasion, which honors
Chajes' 42nd year at the
center.
Chajes will perform
and conduct his own
compositions. Guests
from all segments of the
artistic community will
perform to pay tribute td
him.
Tickets are on sale at the
Center cashier's office. For
information, call the cul-
tural arts department,
661-1000, ext. 250.

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feature an exhibit and sale
of paintings and ketubot -
(marriage contracts) by De-
borah Spinner Saturday
through May 2 in the Ham-
burger Lobby in the main
Center complex.
The exhibit is entitled
"Detroit/ Haifa." Mrs. Spin-
ner and her husband
Ronald, an architect, moved
from Detroit to Jerusalem
in 1977, and subsequently
moved to Haifa.
Mrs. Spinner received a
BFA degree at the Univer-
sity of Michigan, School of

Art, concentrating in paint-
ing and two-dimensional
design. She is a Merit
Scholarship recipient. She
has exhibited her work at
the Livernois Gallery in De-
troit in 1977; the BFA
Show, U-M in 1977; Michi-
gan Watercolor Show in
1975; Jean Slusser Gallery,
Ann Arbor in 1975; and also
in Haifa in December 1981.
The public is invited to
the opening reception 9 p.m.
Saturday. For information,
call the Center, 661-1000,
ext. 250.

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Bar--Ilan Chairs

RAMAT GAN — New
chairs in sociology and
Judaic studies, both created
by Jewish leaders in Los
Angeles, have been estab-
lished at Bar-Ilan Univer-
sity.
The Thomas Bradley
Chair in the Advancement
of Social Integration,
named for the mayor of Los
Angeles, was inaugurated
at a recent dinner of the
West Coast Friends of Bar-
Ilan.
The event also marked
the dedication of the Simon
Rapaport Chair in the
Study of the Mishna.

Festival Dancers who Will appear in the Celebra-
tion of Music and Dance II are, from left: Margo Co-
hen, Bonnie Steingold and Bunny Nickamin.

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