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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-02-25

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40 Friday, February 25, 1983

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Israel High School Study
Program Taking Enrollment

Youth News

Registration is being
taken for Hakfar Hayarok
— American-Israel High
School Study Program.
Geared for 10th and 11th
graders, the 10-month pro-
gram offers subjects taught
in English, such as modern
world and American his-
tory, mathematics, English
language and literature, bi-
ology, physics and physical
education. Jewish subjects
include Bible, Jewish val-
ues and beliefs, literature
and Jewish history. An in-
tensive course of instruction
in Hebrew language also is
offered.
Developed with the aid of
Detroiter Lori Schaefer
Bacher, the program meets

the 10th and 11th grade
BETH ABRAHAM
academic requirements.
Among the facilities IIILLEL MOSES youth
available to students at department has reinstated
the village, located near youth services for members
Tel Aviv, are: classrooms, of junior congregation.
dorms, swimming pool, Services will be held 9:45
basketball courts, soccer a.m. Saturdays in the school
of all ages.
fields, facilities for varied wing for youth
* * *
cultural and recreation
BETH ACHIM youth
activities and a miniature
zoo. Dining facilities are
kosher.
For an appointment and
brochure, call Esther Tal at
Michigan Region BBYO
the Israel Aliya Center, will host 40 members of
661-1000, ext. 265.
Greater Jersey and
Philadelphia Regions in De-
The only time the average
troit this weekend. The
child is as good as gold is on
weekend will include visits
April 15.
to the Detroit Institute of
—Ivern Boyett
Arts, the Detroit Science
Center, a youth-planned
and led Friday night serv-
ice, an inter-regional pro-
gram exchange, a rol-
lerskating party, Purim
services, a party hosted by
Ruach AZA and Shalom
Aviv BBG.
- 13831 W. 9 Mile Rd., Oak Park 543-7092
Housing for the weekend
is being provided by the
GLATT KOSHER MEATS
members of Brice BBG,
Shoshanna BBG and Rose
BABY BEEF LIVER
AZA. Coordinators for the
99c lb.
weekend are Missy Remer
1ST 3 BONE RIB ROAST
$2.49 lb.
of Shoshanna BBG and
SHOULDER ROAST
$2.49 lb.
Brian Binder of Rose AZA.
CHICKEN LEGS
The events of the weekend
99c lb.
are open only to members of
CHICKEN THIGHS
89c lb.
the participating chapters.
Many More Specials In Our Self Service Counter
There will be no AZA
Basketball or BBG Vol-
Under Supervision of
leyball competition on Sun-
The Council of Orthodox Rabbis
day or on March 6 due to

BBYO Activities
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groups will participate in
the Megilla reading 7:30
p.m. Saturday in the
synagogue. A pre-Purim
set-up party will follow in
the youth lounge.
Plans are under way for
the annual junior congrega-
tion luncheon to be held fol-
lowing 10 a.m. Shabat serv-

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Community College.
Competition in both leagues
will resume March 13.
Beber AZA leads Di-
vision I of the basketball
league with a 4-0 record,
while L'Chaim, Goode
and Wallenberg AZAs
are tied for the lead in Di-
vision II, all with 3-1 re-
cords. Machar and
Shoshanna / Shemesh
BBGs are currently tied
for first place in the BBG
volleyball league with 6-3
records.
The deadline for schol-
arship applicants for the
BBYO Israel Summer Insti-
tute is Tuesday. Those
planning to participate in
ISI who are not applying for
financial aid may continue
to register for the program
through May 1.
The next meeting of the
Great Lakes BBG Council
will take place 7 p.m.
Thursday at the Bnai Brith
Building. The next meeting
of the Great Lakes AZA
Council will take place 7
p.m. March 7 at the same
facility. Applications for
coordinator of the Machon
program in June are due at
these meetings.
Shalom Aviv BBG will
sponsor its annual gym and
swim program 8:30 p.m.
March 5 at the main Jewish
Community Center. The
theme for the evening is
"Let's Get Physical" and the
program will feature bas-
ketball, volleyball, rac-
quetball, swimming and
aerobics. All members of the
Jewish youth community
are invited. There is a
charge. For information,
contact Susie Hollander,
851-9462; or Diane Lugosi,
681-5459.
The AZA and BBG
Councils announce the
coordinators for the
forthcoming Elections
Training Conclave to be
held May 13-15 at Camp
Maas -are: Mike Ruskin of
Rose AZA and Jennifer
Saltzman of Glazer BBG.
The Great Lakes AZA
Council and the Metropoli-
tan Detroit Bnai Brith
Council will hold their an-
nual joint program 9:30
a.m. March 6 at the main
United Hebrew Schools
building. The theme of the
program will be "Alcohol
Abuse: Is It A Jewish Con-
cern?" Continental break-
fast will be provided at a
nominal charge. All mem-
bers of AZA, their parents
and members of Bnai Brith
are invited. For informa-
tion, contact Charles Gor-
don, Bnai Brith director,
552-8177; or Mark Levin,
AZA coordinator, 626-1528.

,

ices April 23. Youth age
10-12 are invited.
Applications and forms
for the April 15-17
regional convention in
Columbus, Ohio, and
United Synagogue Youth
Israeli pilgrimage are
available in the youth
office or by contacting
Youth Director Marc An-
kerman, 352-8679.
Shabat services for youth
are held at 10 a.m. Satur-
days.

* * *

BNAI DAVID Talit and
Tefilin will have a parent-
son bowling tournament
Sunday, following 9 a.m.
services and breakfast.
Bowling will follow at Ark
Lanes West. Trophies will
be awarded. For reserva-
tions, call Elliot Maness,
557-6269;
or
Stan
Rosenblatt, 967-4093.
The youth and education
department conducts youth
Shabat services 10 a.m.
Saturdays. Services include
traditional prayers, stories,
songs, Torah study and a
snack. Newcomers are wel-
come.

* * *

BNAI MOSHE youth
department holds Shabat
services for children at 10
a.m. Saturdays.
* * *
HILLEL
DAY
SCHOOL students prac-

ticed the tradition of
shalakh manot, giving gifts
for Purim, by conducting a
food drive to help needy
families. The food was do-
nated to the Jewish Family
Service for distribution.
Each class collected a
basket of high protein food
using the guidelines
recommended by Focus:
Hope.
Chairmen of the project,
organized by the seventh
grade students, were:
Michelle Berris, Natalie
Pepper, Shira Schaver and
Josh Opperer.
* * *
YOUNG ISRAEL OF
GREENFIELD will have a
minyan for boys and girls
age 6-11 at 10 a.m. Satur-
day.
The 613 Club for boys, age
8-12, for the study of the 613
Mitzvot (Sefer Hachinuch),
will meet at 4:40 p.m.
Saturday.
Young Israel Teens of the
National Conference of
Synagogue Youth will hold
an oneg Shabat 9 p.m. today
in the home of the Lowen-
berg Family, 21730
Potomac, Southfield. Mar-
tin Lowenberg will speak on
"Germany Before the War."
Teens in grades nine-12 are
invited. For information or
housing, call President Dan
Goldschlag, 355-1144; or
Vice President of Organiza-
tion Lisa Kowalsky, 353-
4042.

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