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May 06, 1983 - Image 59

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-05-06

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, May 6, 1983 59

Youth News

AKIVA HEBREW DAY for her essay entry in the USY for a "New Wave
SCHOOL won 12 Scholas- senior essay division. Party" 9 p.m. Saturday at
tic Writing Awards in the Abigail Guyer won the Key Cong. Shaarey Zedek.
local contest sponsored this Award for her junior short There is a charge.
year by The Detroit Free story. Michael Zuroff won
Lahav will hold elections
Press in conjunction with the Key Award for a poem. 1:30 p.m. May 15 at the
Wayne State University
Honorable mentions and synagogue. Persons who
and the Charles Stewart commendations went to wish to run for an office
Mott Foundation of Flint.
Lisa Kowalsky, Shira Tel- should call Stuart Sherman,
Akiva students won five ler, Sara Broner, David Zaf- 352-2681.
of the highest awards, the fern, Amy Greenstein and
Shabat services for youth
Key Awards. Jenny Man- Jennifer Ruby.
are held 10 a.m.. each Satur-
delbaum and Chaya Stein
day.
* * *
* * *
won Key Awards in the . BETH ACHIM Lahav
senior poetry category. Lisa
United Synagogue Youth
BNAI MOSHE youth
Kowalsky won a Key Award will join the Shaarey Zedek
department will go to the
Detroit Zoo May 15, meet-
ing at the synagogue at 1:45
p.m. There is a fee. Youth of
all ages are invited. Reser-
Raoul Wallenberg AZA Prizes will be awarded for vation deadline is Wednes-
will sponsor its annual Wal- the best costume and a day. Drivers are needed.
For reservations and in-
lenberg Softball Classic at dance contest will be held.
10:30 a.m. Sunday at South- Music will be provided by formation, call Elissa
Driker (Rishonim, grades
field Senior High School. Chris O'Brien Productions.
The tournament is open to Overall coordinators are one-three), 369-9401, after
all AZA chapters, and a Jenny Saltzman of Glazer 6 p.m.; Barbara Ravitz
tearnregistration fee will be BBG and Mike Ruskin of (Chalutzim, grades four-
six), 542-6968, after 6 p.m.;
charged. For information, Rose AZA.
Walter Rosenblum
. Applications have been
call Bill Narens, 548-7659.
(Kadima United Synagogue
The BBG Volleyball mailed to all registered
Youth, grades seven-eight),
League will hold its AZA and BBG members for
352-2307, after 6 p.m.; or
weather-delayed playoffs the forthcoming BBYO
Adam Gottlieb (Senior
and championship on Mon- Machon (Inter-Regional
USY, grades nine-12), 352-
day at Oakland Community Convention), which will be
2351, after 6 p.m.
College, Orchard Ridge held June 19-23 at the Bnai
Chalutzim will have an
campus. At 7 p.m., the Brith Beber Camp in Muk-
oneg Shabat 7:30 p.m. May
Shoshanna/Shemesh BBG wonago, Wis. -
20 in the home of Mr. and
The machon will bring
team will play Shira BBG,
Mrs. Gerald Order, 23511
and at 8 p.m., the winner of together BBYOers from
Marlow Pl., Oak Park. Ad-
that match will play Wisconsin,,, Illinois,
mission is free, but reserva-
Machar BBG for the league Kentucky-Indiana-Ohio,
tions are required. For
and Greater Ohio Regions
championship.
reservations, call Ms.
The AZA Basketball and Michigan.
Ravitz.
The event will serve as
League will also have its
Rishonim will hold an
playoffs and championship a programming institute
oneg Shabat 7:30 p.m.
on Monday at Oakland as well as feature run-offs
May 27 at the Order
Community College. At 7 of such international
home. Admission is free,
p.m., Goode AZA will play contests as oratory,
but reservations are re-
Herzl AZA, Windsor, and storytelling, literature,
quired. For reservations,
Jolson AZA will play Wal- art, handicrafts, news-
call Ms. Driker.
lenberg AZA. At 8 p.m., the paper and scrapbook. All
Junior Congregation will
winners of the two playoff Michigan Region dele-
games will face off against gates will be subsidized
Rejoice in adversity even
each other for the league for the machon through
more than in prosperity, for
championship and the the AZA and BBG Coun-
suffering brings forgiveness
Avram "Bud" Charlip cil fund raisings.
of sin.
- Additional applications
Memorial Trophy.
—Akiba
BBYO announces the are available at the BBYO
election of the following office. Coordinators for the
new chapter_ presidents: program are Marla Peiss of
Mark Bank, Akiba AZA; Shoshanna BBG and
Tony Levin, Beber AZA; Harold Silverman of Sam-
Rickey Schatz, Goode son AZA.
Applications for the Joan
AZA; Brian Kolender,
Hart AZA; Allan Cohen, Kalef Memorial Leadership
Herzl AZA, Windsor; Award will be accepted at
Brian Fishman, Kishon the BBYO office through
AZA; Randy Karr, May 27. The award was es-
L'Chaim AZA; Joel tablished in the memory of
Hersch, Ruach AZA; Joan- Kalef, past president
Robbie Udman, Wallen- of the Bnai Brith Women's
berg AZA; Emily Burns, Council of Metropolitan De-
Ah-avah BBG; Jamina troit, and will salute an out-
Tepley, Aviva BBG; Jen- standing. BBYO leader by
nifer Levine, Golda Meir enabling him/her to further
BBG; Missy Brenner, leadership experience by
Machar BBG; Ellen attending the BBYO
Schoenfeld, Masada Machon. Applications are
BBG; Amy Barris, available at the BBYO
Rishonah BBG; Michele office.
Leiter, Sabra BBG;
The AZA and BBG Coun-
Suzanne Nussbaum, cils announce the appoint-
Shira BBG; and Lisa Vel- ment of Dan Plotnick of
ick, Shoshanna BBG.
Ruach AZA and Annat Apel
About 225 BBYOers will of Glazer BBG as overall
attend the 1983 BBYO coordinators of the forth-
Elections Training Con- coming AZA and BBG
clave May 13-15 at Camp Council Installations. The
Maas. Highlights of the program will take place on
weekend include a Jewish June 13 at Temple
values auction at the oneg Emanu-El. The AZA Coun-
Shabat on May 13, officer cil also announces the selec-
skill workshops May 14 and tion of Alan Blatnikoff of
a dance on May 14 around Rose AZA as coordinator of
the theme of "Characters, the AZA Softball League
Cartoons and Comics." this summer.

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see a Detroit Tiger baseball
game May 29, meeting at
the synagogue at 5 p.m.
There is a charge. For in-
formation, call Mark Eich-
ner, 358-0065, after 6 p.m.

YOUNG ISRAEL OF
GREENFIELD invites
boys and girls age 5-9 to a
youth minyan- at 10 a.m.
Saturday in the synagogue.
At 7 p.m. Saturday, boys

age 8-12 will study the 613
Mitzvot and Pirke Avot.
Kvutzat Shabat for chil-
dren in nursery school
through second grade will
meet at 7:10 p.m. Saturday.

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