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March 25, 1983 - Image 59

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-03-25

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, March 25, 1983 59

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HADASSAH HEADLINES

Joan Provizer, Editor

GREATER DETROIT CHAPTER OF HADASSAH

President Navon Honors Nleier Shfeyah for Saving Drop Outs

Israel, acknowledged by
youth workers and
educators throughout the
world as a pioneer in the
education, rehabilitation
and integration of immig-
rant and troubled youth,
will soon be celebrating the
50th Anniversary of Youth
Aliyah, the rescue move-
ment founded for that pur-
pose.
Sylvia Doppelt, Hadassah
national Youth Aliyah
chairman reported at the
recent Midwinter Meeting
of the National Board that
Meier Shfeyah, an agricul-
tural village which accepts

referrals from Youth Aliyah
was just honored by
President Yitzhak Navon
for the outstanding work of
its staff in preventing youth
from dropping out of the
program. "Educators in Is-
rael have become concerned
about 'absorption shock,"
which students suffer when
they feel that they do not fit
into the school society," she
explained. At Meier
Shefeyah it is caused by the
different ethnic and social
backgrounds of children,
who are 12 and 13 years old.
To meet this problem the
staff has evolved techniques

19111 W. 10 Mile Rd., Southfield 48075 • 357-2920

Annette Meskin, President

SISTER CAROL RITTNER TO BE HONORED

that have brought dramatic
Sister Carol Rittner,
results.
R.S.M. is to be the honoree
Meier Shfeyah was of the Myrtle Wreath
founded by Junior Hadas- Achievement Award pre-
sah in 1922. It was the Anted by the Greater De-
forerunner of Youth Aliyah, ' troit Chapter of Hadassah.
of which Hadassah founder, Her concern for survivors of
Henrietta Szold, became the the Holocaust and rescuers
first director in 1934. There of Holocaust victims,
are 400 children in this vil- coupled with an outspoken
lage which is famous for its advocacy of interfaith ac-
artists it has produced, in- tion, has made this Catholic
cluding some of Israel's nun a driving force in
most celebrated dancers, Jewish affairs on a world-
singers, painters and wide scale.
sculptors. The mandolin or-
Sister Carol is a faculty
chestra formed by its member at Mercy College of
graduates has won inter- Detroit and a special ad-
national prizes.
visor to chairman Eli
Wiesel of the U.S. Holocaust
Memorial Council.

The presentation will
take place on Tuesday,
April 26, 1983, twelve noon
at Meadow Brook Hall,
Oakland University. The
luncheon will be open only
to Life Members, New
Members, and sponsors of
New Members by reserva-
tion only. Reservations to
this affair are limited be-
cause of space and will be
accepted on afirst come first
serve basis.

TIME TO
SPRING CLEAN!

and send your
gently used
clothing and
household items

to the

HADASSAH THRIFT SHOP

224 W. 9 Mile Road
Ferndale
547-8080

Hours: Monday-Friday 10-5
Sunday 11-4

JOIN
HADASSAH
TODAY!

All contributions
tax-deductible.

New Schoolhouse Wing Dedicated at Ramat Hadassah Szold

A new schoolhouse wing
was recently dedicated at
Ramat Hadassah Szold. The
addition was only one of
several that Hadassah
added to its Youth Aliyah
installations in the past
year. Ramat Hadassah
Szold is a residential youth
village established in 1949
as an absorbtion and screen-
ing camp for Youth Aliyah
children who came to Israel

as part of the mass immi-
gration of that period. Later
its focus was shifted to re-
medial education for disad-
vantaged youth at the low-
est level of achievement.

The youngsters help- in
the maintenance of the vil-
lage, which adds to their
sense of community and
pride in their surroundings.

While Youth Aliyah itself
continues to change, adapt-
ing its curriculum to Israel's
changing needs, one thing
remains a constant: Youth
Aliyah cares for each
youngster as an individual
with enormous potential
and this has resulted in
each one becoming an
achiever. There are 211,000
successful Youth Aliyah
graduates to date.

YAHRZEIT IN ISRAEL

NISAN MARCH 15-APRIL 30

Aaron H. Gershenson
Arie Lieb Sklar

Helen Wener
Bess Yura

IYAR APRIL 14-MAY 12

Benjamin Katz

Rose Raskin

Harry L. Sommer,

Each month we note the names of those dear ones for whom a benefactor has endowed a Yahrzeit to be
observed in perpetuity in the Hadassah-Hebrew University Medical Center in Jerusalem, within its beautiful
Synagogue crowned with the stained glass windows by Marc Chargall. Subscription is seven hundred fifty
dollars.
4 eriammonnommoi,

The Greater Detroit Chapter of Hadassah
and the
Mldrasha College of Jewish Studies
present a

SPRING

2

LUNCH and LEARNING SERIES

Thursdays April 7, 14, 28 and May 5

Mini-Courses 10:30 - 12:00
Lunch at 12 Noon
Please Choose One Class for the entire four-week period.

CAMP YOUNG JUDAEA — Camp Young Judaea is located in Ortonville, Michigan, one half
hour north of Detroit. This site offers clean air, blue skies and borders the Meadowbrook
Conservation Reserve. Children can truly appreciate nature and the out-of-doors on our
120-acre campus. They can take advantage of our hiking trails, lake, camp sites, and many
other sports and recreational facilities. A full camping and educational program is offered,
with special attention to the emotional and physical well-being of the individual camper.
Convenient transportation from major cities in the Midwest is arranged to and from
Camp Young Judaea.

— We are very proud of the physical facilities at Camp Young Judaea, however,
the true uniqueness of our Camp Is in the program. Field trips, scouting, arts and crafts
and other activities create the opportunity for true learning to take place, through the In-
teraction of the camper, not only with his peers, but with the counseling staff as well.
Camp Young Judaea is deeply committed to Jewish values and tradition. Programming
is structured toward Jewish content through special activities centered around our
heritage in both the United States and Israel. Campers can relate to, and live, Judaism
through participation in projects such as re-enacting the birth of the State of Israel,
building a model kibbutz, and the experiences of Roots Day, Zionism Day, Social Action
Day, and others. The beauty and meaning of Shabbat takes on special significance as It Is
observed in a natural setting. Hebrew becomes a living language as it is integrated into
everyday vocabulary and automatically absorbed.
Camp Young Judaea is more than a camp. Our program is a total experience which your
child will talk about for years to come.

Biblical Archaeology

Dr. Joseph Gutmann,
Professor of Art History, Wayne State University

Martin Buber:
The Man and His Ideas

Rochelle Millen, Director of Special Projects, UHS
Doctoral Dissertation on Martin Buber

Topics In Anti-Semitism

Dr. Jonathan Fishbane,
UHS & Shaarey Zedek High School Principal
Ph.D. in Intellectual European History

OUR AIM

Camp Young Judaea is the summer expression of HASHACHAR, sponsored by HADASSAH

EDUCATION THROUGH EXPERIENCE

Yiddish . Literature in Translation

Aliza Shevrin,

Translator of Isaac Dashevis Singer
and Sholem Aleichem

WHERE:

Midrosho College of Jewish Studies
21550 West Twelve Mile Road
, Southfield
352-7117 or 354-1050

Hodossoh President: Annette Meskin
Education Vice-President: Susan Rose
Mir:kasha Chairperson: Rose Koye

Baby-Sitting by Reservation only
354.1050 or 352-7117
Children must be 18 months or older

The cost of mini-courses and lunches is $36.00

T he cost of mini-courses without lunches Is $15.00



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