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April 15, 1983 - Image 69

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-04-15

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Friday, April 15, 1983


Youth News

Class will meet noon Sun-
day at Ealy School to make
a float for the Israel Inde-
pendence Day parade. In-
terested youth should bring
a dairy lunch. Refresh-
ments will be provided. For
information, call adviser
Aron Weberman, 851-6880;
Or coordinator Mike Sabes,
The Atid group (age 5-8)
will play miniature golf at

"Putt and Game" April 24,
meeting at noon at Ealy
School. Participants should
bring a dairy lunch. There is
a charge. For reservations,
call adviser Julie Margolis,
A dinner and swim night
will be held Tuesday, meet-
ing at Ealy School at 6:15
p.m. The dinner and swim
event will be held at the
main Jewish Community
Center, where children
should be picked up at 8:30

BBYO Activities

The AZA Basketball
League • will hold its
playoffs and championship
game Sunday at Oakland
Community College, Or-
chard Ridge campus. At 10
a.m., the first
place team of Division I will
play the second place team
of Division II and the second
place team of Division I will
play the first place team of
Division II. Currently, Rose
AZA leads Division I with a
5-2 record with Herzl AZA
in second place at 5-3. Wal-
lenberg AZA leads Division
II with a 7-1 record and
Goode AZA follows with a
6-1 record. The cham-
pionship game will follow at
11 a.m.
The BBG Volleyball
League will also have its
playoffs and championship
on Sunday at Oakland
Community College. At 9
a.m., the first place team
plays the fourth place team,
At 10 a.m. the second place
team will play the third
place team, and at 11 a.m.,
the two winners will play
for the championship. Cur-
rent standings show
Machar BBG in first place
at 15-3, Brice BBG in second
at 9-6, Shira BBG in third at
9-9, and Shoshanna/
Shemesh BBGs in fourth at
Glazer BBG will hold its
annual Mr. AZA Ice Cream
Social 7 p.m. Wednesday at
Thompson Middle School.
The highlight of the eve-
ning will be the selection of
"Mr. AZA" for the current
program year. All BBYO
members are invited.
Yachad BBG, Windsor,
will hold its annual fash-
ion show 7 p.m. April 24
at the Windsor Jewish
Community Centre. All
members of the Windsor
Jewish community are
invited as well as AZA
and BBG members
throughout Michigan
Region. There is a
charge. For information,
contact Andrea Berk,
chapter president, (519)
Committee chairmen
have been selected for the
forthcoming Elections
Training Conclave which
will take place May 13-15 at
Camp Maas. They are: Get
To Know You, Robert Lip-
sitz, Rose AZA; Shabat eve-
ning service, Rena Glaser,
Glazer BBG; Shabat morn-
ing service, Jeff Cymerint,
Rose AZA; oneg Shabat,
David Saltzman, Rose AZA;

caucusing, Brian Binder,
Rose AZA; Havdala, Paula
Katz, Brice BBG; officer
skills, Cheryl Slutzky,
Shoshanna BBG, and
Harold Silverman, Samson
AZA; alternate program,
Julie Weil, Savage BBG;
Saturday afternoon special,
Bonnie Borkin, Brice BBG;
Saturday night social,
Alaina Gold, Erani BBG.
Rick Mintz and Cheryl
Slutzky, AZA and BBG
membership vice
presidents, respectively,
announce the chapter win-
ners of the Membership
Maccabia program. Each
category has one AZA and
one BBG winner as follows:
total membership increase,
Ruach AZA and Masada
BBG; total number of new
members recruited, Rose
AZA and Glazer BBG; total
number of old members re-
tained, Hart AZA and Sav-
age BBG; percentage of
membership increase,
Ru-ach AZA and Masada
BBG; percentage of new
members recruited, Ken-
nedy AZA and Disraeli
BBG; percentage of old
members retained, Jolson
AZA and a tie between
Masada BBG, Shalom Aviv
BBG and Shira BBG.
BBYO announces the
formation of a new chapter
serving the Farmington
Hills area. The new chapter
will be known as Kadimah
BBG and is in the process of
member education which
will be followed by the first
election of officers. Kathy
Berman has been appointed
as adviser to the chapter.
Any Jewish young women
ages 14-18 interested in be-
coming a member of
Kadimah BBG should con-
tact Debrah Klein, assis-
tant director, 552-8260.

* * *

BBYO Alumni
Sought Here

Emily Rogow, a member
of the Michigan Region
Bnai Brith Youth Organ-
ization board, is forming an
alumni association for
everyone who has been in
She is looking for former
AZA and BBG members.
Once a group has been
formed, plans will get under
way for a reunion. Alumni
or persons who know .the
whereabouts of alumni
should call the Bnai Brith
Youth Organization, 552-

p.m. For reservations, call
adviser Michelle Goldman,
559-3584; or Sabes.
Junior congregation will
meet for services at 9:45
a.m. April 23.
* * *
United Synagogue youth
will attend regional conven-
tion today through Sunday-
in Columbus, Ohio.
Bnai Mazal will go "bowl-
ing for quarters" April 24,
meeting at 1:30 p.m. at the
synagogue. There is a
charge. Drivers are needed.

For reservations, call Bon-
nie Whiteman, 352-5640.
Kochavim will have an
"Israel Independence Day
Preppy Party" April 24,
meeting at 1:30 p.m. at the
synagogue. For details, call
Linda Ankerman, 546-
Beth Achim youth
groups are preparing for
the community-wide Is-
rael Independence Day
parade May 1.
The Junior Congregation
luncheon has been moved to
June 11. For details, call

adviser Barry Lippitt, 353-
Shabat services are held
10 a.m. Saturdays for youth
of all ages.

Kadima (grades six-eight)
will go five-pin bowling in
Windsor on April 24, meet-
ing at noon at the
synagogue. There is a
For reservations by
Thursday, call Alex Green-
baum, 399-7194; or Ron
Leff, 552-8165.
The Yachad-Yeladim
group (kindergarten
through fifth grade) will
celebrate Israel Indepen-
dence Day noon April 24 at
the synagogue.
Children will be met at
Avery School and walked
across the street to the
synagogue. Luncheon will
be served. There is a charge.
Parents are needed to as-
sist. For reservations by
Thursday, call Heidi Press,
352-6858, evenings.
* * *
(grades six-eight) will have
a gym and swim Sunday at
the main Jewish Commu-
nity Center, meeting at 1:30
p.m. at the synagogue.
There is a charge. Drivers
are needed. For reserva-
tions, call the youth line,
Shabat youth services are
held 10 a.m. Saturdays. The
services include stories,
songs, traditional prayers
and a snack. Newcomers are
Talit and Tefilin will

* * *

Youth to Receive Awards
at Women's League Program

The League of Jewish
Women's Organizations of
Greater Detroit will have
its 38th annual youth
awards program 1:30 p.m.
April 24 at Temple
Emanu-El, announces
Charlotte Edelheit, youth
awards chairman.
Since 1945, the league
has presented awards an-
nually to Jewish youth for
outstanding scholastic and
religious achievement and
for civic participation.
Guest speaker will be
Rabbi Lane Steinger of
Temple Eman-El. Sister-
hood President Shonnette
Weisman will give the in-
Jewish high school
seniors who will be hon-
ored at the program in-
clude: Elizabeth Alpern,
Jonathan Berlin, Amy
Bigman, Felissa Burns,
Jeffrey Chajes, Lori
Goldberg, Avery Golds-
tein, Susan Grekin,
Rodney Klein, Elliot
Maness, Lesley Miller,
Eric Rosenberg, Eva
Tugman, Julie Weil,
Karen Zeff and Allison
The students were judged
on scholarship, leadership,
participation in community
or service organizations and
on their religious education.
They were required to sub-


mit an essay on the subject,
"The Chosen People— Who,
Judges included Margot
resident of the
League of Jewish Women's
Organizations; Dr. Maxwell
Nadis, assistant principal of
Noble Middle School; Mari-
lyn Shakne, immediate past
president of the league; and
Arnold Weiner, director,
Bnai Brith Youth Organ-
ization. Special awards will
be presented by Martin Cit-
rin, former recipient of a
youth award.
Refreshments will follow
the program. Co-chairmen
of the program are Carol
Coskey and . Blanche
Mindlin. The public is in-
vited free of charge.


meet 9 a.m. Sunday for
prayers, followed by break-
fast and a social activity.

* * *

Congregation will hold
Shabat services 10 a.m.
April 30 at the Jewish Fed-
eration Apts. All youth are
invited. For details, call
Mark Eichner, 358-0065,
after 6 p.m.
Synagogue Youth and
Senior USY will have a
banner-making day for the
Israel Independence Day
parade at 1:30 p.m. Sunday.
Admission is free. For de-
tails, call Adam Gottlieb,
352-2351; or Walter
Rosenblum, 352-2307, both
after 6 p.m.
- Children in the youth de-
partment will participate in
the March of Dimes walk-
a-thon on April 24 and the
Israel Independence Day
parade on May 1. Anyone
wishing to participate
should call the synagogue
youth department, 548-
3123; or Rosenblum.
Shabat services are held
10 a.m. every Saturday for
all youth.

* * *
GREENFIELD will spon-

sor a youth minyan for boys
and girls age 5-9 at 10 a.m.
At 5:45 p.m. Saturday,
the 613 Club for boys age
8-12 will meet to study the
613 Mitzvot (Sefer
Kvutzat Shabat for chil-
dren in nursery school
through second grade will
meet at 5:45 p.m. Saturday.


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Aliya Movement Seeking
Students to • Work in Israel

North American Aliya
Movement has designed a
new summer program for
students who want to do
community work in Israel
while they learn Hebrew.
The eight-week program
provides students with
room and board and a 20
hour-a-week ulpan (inten-
sive Hebrew -language
course) in Maalot,- a de-
velopment town in the
Galili, in exchanger for
work in the town.
Students are expected to
pay for their own air-fare,
but will be provided with
housing and a possible food
stipend. Linen and cooking
facilities, both kosher and
non-kosher will also be pro-
The program will be high-
lighted by a three day aliya
seminar in Jerusalem, tours

and trips and personal
career counseling. Jobs are
available in the teen and so-
cial clubs and possibly at
the Nahariya Hospital.
Teaching English and
working with the elderly
are also work options.
For more information on
the summer program, write
the North American Aliya
Movement, 515 Perk Ave.,
New York, N.Y. 10022.


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