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April 22, 1983 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-04-22

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18 Friday, April 22, 1983

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Four Israeli Students Visit Detroit

Four Israeli high school
students will visit the De-
troit Metropolitan area
today through Thursday.
While in Detroit they plan
to visit a number of local
high schools and meet with
many teenagers.
The Jewish Community
Council of Metropolitan De-
troit is coordinating their
itinerary. The students,
Roni Azouly, Nava Hassin,
Ranny Bar Sella, and
Chava Erlich, will be hosted
by local families during
their stay. Many members
of the community have also
volunteered their time and
have offered to transport

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CHAVA ERLICH

RANNY BAR SELLA

the students to and from
their engagements.
These Israeli students
were selected from a group
of over 3,000 as those who
could best represent Israel.
They are part of a larger
delegation which is visiting
communities throughout
the United States.
A major portion of the
students' time will be
spent sharing with
American students the
differences in culture,
education and life-style
in Israel, along with high-
lighting the similarities.
Judy Naftaly and Fred
Goldenberg, co-chairmen
planning the Israeli stu-
dents program, have ar-

RONI AZOULY

ranged a varied schedule for
them. In addition to visiting
local high schools, they hope
to meet with Catholic and
Jewish youth groups,
Jewish religious school
classes and Detroit City
Council members.
The students work in
teams of two and both pairs
visiting our area will be
interviewed on local radio
shows. Both pairs also will
have the opportunity to see
the Detroit area and get to
know the community.
The host families are: Mr.
and Mrs. Elliot Nelson, Dr.
and Mrs. Martin Hart, Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur Sugarman
and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
Woronoff.

Fresh Air Society Names
Director of Dance Village

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The Fresh Air Society has
named Michelle Levine
dance director of Dance Vil-
lage at Camp Maas, near
Ortonville.
Ms. Levine has a Master
of Fine Arts degree from the
School of Arts at New York
University and an under-
graduate degree in educa-
tion from the University of
Michigan.
For the past 12 years Ms.
Levine has performed,
choreographed and taught
dance in both New York and
Detroit, and she is the only
teacher certified in Michi-
gan to teach the Pilates

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Rabbi Dobin
to Speak in NY

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NEW YORK — Rabbi .
Rubin R. Dobin will discuss
"The Jewish Case Against
Conversion" during two lec-
tures in May at tli€ Theodor
Herzl Institute iin New
York.
Rabbi Dubin, of Miami
Beach, heads the Jews for
Jews organization and i is a
consultant to Concerned
Parents of Cult Childrpn.

Method of body condition-
ing.
Dance Village is a
separate unit at camp for
campers entering sixth-
eighth grades. Mornings
are spent in classes and
rehearsals in the newly
expanded Melba and
Sidney J. Winer Dance
Center. Openings for
campers are still avail-
able for the July 26-Aug.
21 session.
For a brochure and appli-
cation, call FAS, 661-0600.

Needy NY Jews
Will Receive
Kosher Cheese

NEW YORK (JTA) —For
the first time in the history
of distribution to the needy
by the federal government
of dairy foods from its vast
surplus stocks, ar-
rangements have been
made to distribute kosher
cheese to needy Jews in the
New York City area, an of-
ficial in a key program of
aiding the Jewish poor here
reported Monday.
Rabbi David Cohen,
executive director of the
Metropolitan New York
Coordinating Council on
Jewish Poverty, told the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency
that 37,000 'pounds of
kosher American cheese
will be distributed to some
7,400 Jewish families start-
ing next week.

BB Chairman

WASHINGTON
Stephen Berish, of Sharon,
Mass., has been named
chairman of Bnai Brith In-
ternational's fund raising
committee.

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