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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-01-28

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50 Friday, January. 28, 1983

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Youth News

Births.

Jan. 19 — To Mr. and
Mrs. David Lublin (Karen
Richards) of Oak Park, a
son, Charles Benjamin.
* * *
Jan. 19 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Michael Cohl of West-
land, a daughter, Amber
Rae.

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ADAT SHALOM Mig-
dal Tzion will have .a pro-
gressive dinner 7 p.m.
Saturday, beginning in the
home of Alan Woronoff,
6679 Edinhorough, West
Bloomfield. For directions,
call Alan, 851-6697.
Migdal Tzion will have its
monthly social action meet-
ing 2 p.m. Sunday in the
home
of Susan Knoppow,
Jan. 10 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Michael Fleischer (Su- 3138 Winchester, West
san Singerman) of Far- Bloomfield. The - group will
mington Hills, a son, Aaron work on the CRUSY stamp
project.
Lauren.
The Tamarack decora-
* * *
tions committee will meet 4
Jan. 10 —To Dr. and Mrs. p.m. Sunday at the
Barry Siegel (Debbi Berns- synagogue to_ prepare deco-
thin), former Detroiters of rations for the forthcoming
Shorewood, -Wis., a son, Tamarack weekend and
Aaron Jacob. - -
Purim carnival.
** *
Migdal Tzidn and
Jan. 8 — To Dr. and Mrs. Shoresh will man the
Steven Acker (Barbara concession stand 6:30
Greenough) of Oak Park, a p.m. Feb. 6 in the
son, Jared Carl.
synagogue for the Jewish
** *
movie series. Proceeds
Dec. 27 — To Mr. and will go to the . youth de-
Mrs. Issac Szlamkowicz partment. To volunteer,
(Linda Lublin) of Oak Park, call Judith Goldkrand,
851-3657.
a daughter, Stefanie.
* * *
Applications
for
Dec. 15 — To Mr. and Tamarack are due today,
Mrs. Herb Ruttenberg of while summer scholarship
Oak Park,' a son, Ari applications are due Tues-
day. .
Michael.
Shabat services for youth
are held 10 a.m. Saturdays.
Treating Illness
For information on youth
RAMAT GAN — A Bar- activities at Adat Shalom,
Ilan University study calls call Cantor Earl Berris,
for increased staff and shor- 851-5100.
* * *
ter stays in the hospital to
BETH
ABRAHAM
improve treatment for Is-
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grades three-six will be at
illness.

Jan. 18 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Jeffrey Tamaroff
(Sandi Michels) of West
Bloomfield, a son, Jason
Michel.
* *
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Jan. 18
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Camp Tamarack this
weekend, meeting at 1:15
p.m. today at Cong. Bnai
Moshe.
Youth in grades seven-12
will go to Tamarack Feb.
11-13. Permission slips are
-due by Thursday. For in-
formation, call coordinator
Mike Sabes, 355-0891.
Junior congregation serv-
ices will be held 9:45 a.m.
Saturday for youth of all
ages.
* * *
BETH ACHIM will ob-
serve Youth Shabat -
Shabat Halloar at services
8:45 a.m. Saturday.
Participants inchide:
Larry Tepman, James
Sugarman, Gail Greenspon,
Amy Cantor, Sue Moss,
Felissa Burns, Mark
Hubert, Barrett Zeff, Noah
Siegel, Robert Beinstock,
Scott Ettinger, Michael
Nachman, Louis Sugar-
man, Yale Goldis, Allyson
Imber, Joseph Zeff, Beth
Madorsky, Dorin Tepman,
Kim Beinstock, Andrew
Faller, Tovah Shimansky,
Jacob Shimansky, Scott
Hutton, Edward Sugarman,
Howard Penner, Michael
Weinraub, Michael Grant.
The sermon will be deliv-
ered by Stuart Sherman.
Luncheon will follow serv-
ices.
Lahav and Kadima will
participate in the first
annual in-synagogue re-
treat today through Sun-
day. There will be an
oneg at 8:30 p.m. today,
when Jason Horton of
the Anti-Defamation
League of Bnai Brith will
speak.
There will be continuous
programming, an evening
sleighride and Sunday
morning program s
Plans for the annual
Purim carnival,' slated Feb.
27, are under way.
Regular Shabat services
for youth are held 10 a.m.
Saturdays.

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BNAI DAVID youth de-
partment announces there
will be no youth services
Saturday. Shabat youth
services will resume at 10
a.m. Feb.
Newcomers are welcome.
Services are comprised of
songs, stories, traditional
prayers and snacks. Youth
age 4-14 are welcome.
Senior youth (grades
seven-12) have an informal
drop-in discussion at 10:30
a.m. every Shabat.
Applications for the
senior Tamarack winter
weekend, slated Feb. 11-13;
must be turned in one week
prior to the event. The
weekend will include to-
bogganing, Shabat obser-
vance, discussion groups
and a Saturday night social.
For details, call the Bnai
David youth line, .557-8325.
** *
BNAI MOSHE Kadima
United Synagogue Youth
(grades seven and eight)
will have a movie party 2
p.m. Sunday in the
synagogue. There is a fee.
Drivers are needed. For in-
formation, call Betty Elster,
398-3284, after 6 p.m.

Shabat services are held
Bnai Moshe will co-
sponsor a Tamarack winter for youth at 10 a.m. every
weekend for grades seven- Saturday.
* *
12 from Feb. 11 to 13. The
weekend will include out-
TEMPLE ISRAEL'S
door activities, kosher me- youth group will host an
als, services, games, prizes open Michigan State Tem-
and a Saturday night party. ple Youth sports night 8:30
All youth are invited.
p.m. Saturday at the main
Applications and clothing Jewish Community Center.
lists are available in the
All of the facilities will be
synagogue office. There is a available for use, and des-
fee. For information or ap- sert and dancing will follow.
plications, call the Admission is free. For
synagogue, 548-9000; or the _reservations, call Steve
youth department, 548- Saltz, 661-4995; or Michelle
3123.
Sage, 646-9607.

BBYO Activities

The Great Lakes BBG
Council and the Bnai Brith
Women's Council of Met-
ropolitan Detroit will spon-
sor a joint prograta 11 a.m.
Feb. 6 at the main United
Hebrew Schools building.
The program will feature
Joy Schumacher of the Oak-
land County Board of
Health who will speak on
"Human Sexuality."
Following the speaker, a
salad-bar luncheon will be
served, and the program
will conclude with- a fashion
show. For ticket informa-
tion, contact Paula Katz,
BBG coordinator, 547-1854;
the BBW office, 552-8150;
or the BBYO office, 552-
8260.
The fifth annual AZA-
Pisgah Lodge Bowling
Tournament will take place
8:45 a.m. Feb. 6 at West
Bloomfield Lanes. The pro-
gram will feature breakfast,
three games of bowling,
luncheon and awards. For
information; contact Kevin
Wolf, 661-0035.
Savage BBG will hold
its annual winter dance 8
p.m. Feb. 5 at the main
United Hebrew Schools
building. The theme of
the dance will be the
"Savage Switch" and
participants are asked to
come dressed as the op-
posite sex. Prizes will be
awarded for the best cos-
tume, and those par-
ticipating in the theme
will be admitted at a re-
duced price. For infor-
mation, call Greta Ber-
nard,' 569-5605. All
Jewish youth are invited.
The next meeting of the
Great Lakes BBG Council
will take place 7 p.m.
Thursday in the Dubin
Meeting Room of the Bnai
Brith Building. The AZA
Council will meet in the
same facility at 7 p.rn. Feb.
7. The council meetings are
open to all respective mem-
bers of BBG and AZA.
Ronald L. Posen AZA
will sponsor an art exhibit
and auction at the Gallery
Art Center, 18831 W. 12
Mile, Lathrup Village, on
Thursday, beginning with a
refreshment preview at 7:30
p.m. The auction com-
mences at 8:30 p.m. Tickets
will be on sale at the door.
AZA and BBG chapters
will participate in a BBYO
Sabbath Shul-In Feb, 11
and 12. Each participating
AZA and BBG chapter Will

go as a group to a local
synagogue or temple for
Sabbath services. Overall
coordinators are AZA .and
BBG Council Vice
Presidents Mark Levin and
Missy Remer. -
Yachad BBG. will spon-
sor its annual Beau Dance 8
p.m. Feb. 12 at _Shaar
Hashomayim Synagogue,
115 Giles Blvd. E., Windsor.
The dance will feature
music, refreshments and
pictures of attending
couples as well as the an-
nouncement of the new
chapter beau. For informa-
tion, contact Andrea Berk,
chapter president, 1-519-
735-2416.
The Great Lakes AZA
and BBG Councils will
sponsor "A Night at the Pis-
tons" March 20 at the Pon-
tiac Silverdome. The game
begins at 7:05 p.m. against
the Philadelphia 76ers. As
part of the program, a tour
of the Pistons locker room
will be conducted at 4 p.m.
Half-price tickets will be
available to all BBYO
members and their guests.
For information, contact
Julie Weil, 352-5080; or
Kevin Wolf, 661-0035. Tic-
kets are available at the
BBYO office.
Registration is being
taken for BBYO's summer
leadership programs at the
Bnai Brith Perlman Camp
in Starlight, Pa. The Inter-
national Kallah Program
will run for four weeks from
June 29 through July 26.
The International Leader-
ship Training Conference
(ILTC) is a three-week pro-
gram that runs from July 26
through Aug. 16. Appli-
cants may opt for either
program or for both for a
total of seven weeks. Schol-
arships are available for
both Kallah and ILTC.
Anyone interested should
contact Arnold J. Weiner,
BBYO director, 552-8260.

Music Winners

NEW YORK (JTA) — Six
New York area performers
have been named winners
in the second Young Musi-
cians Competition spon-
sored by the American
Jewish Congress and the
Pepsi Cola Co.
The annual contest,
originated in 1981, was
created to support the musi-
cal arts in the New York
area.

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