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August 12, 1983 - Image 49

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-08-12

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

LARRY FREEDMAN

Youth News

Orchestra and Entertainment

YOUNG . ISRAEL OF girls age 3-9 at 10 a.m.
GREENFIELD will have a Saturday.

647-2367

youth minyan for boys and

At 7:10 p.m. Saturday,
the Young Israel 613 Club

MARC
ANKERMAN

* * *

Joshua Leopold Appointed
Bnai Moshe Youth Director

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Cong. Bnai Moshe an-
nounces the appointment of
Joshua H. Leopold as its
new youth director.
Leopold has been a
member of Cong. Bnai
Moshe since 1979 and has
served on many congrega-
tional boards and commit-
tees.
Leopold has worked with
Jewish youngsters for many
years both as an adviser and
camp counselor. He holds a
Bachelor of Arts degree in
political science and a mas-
ter's degree in education
from Wayne State Univer-
sity.

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The AZA Softball League
will play Sunday at South-
field High School. At 9 a.m.,
the league semi-final games
will be played, and at 10:30
a.m. the league cham
pionship will be decided.
Currently, Samson AZA
leads the league with a 10-0
record, followed by Jolson
AZA at 9-1 and Hart AZA at
8-2.
BBYO announces the ap-
pointment of Bruce Gorosh
as adviser to Samson AZA.
Positions as volunteer ad-
visers to AZA and BBG
chapters throughout the
metropolitan Detroit area
are still available. To volun-
teer, contact Brian Acker-
son for AZA and Debrah
Klein for BBG at the BBYO
office, 552-8260.
"BBYO Kickoff Dance . . .
A Circus of Fun" is this
year's theme for BBYO's
annual opening program, as
announced by co-chairmen
Nancy Fink of Brice BBG
and Neal Zipser of Benny
AZA.
This year's dance will
be held 8:30 p.m. Oct. 1 at
Southfield-Lathrup High
School. The dance is open
to all Jewish youth and
will be free of charge to
all registered members of
AZA and BBG. A poster
contest centered around
the program's theme will
be held for chapters. Re-
freshthents will be
served. For information,
call BBYO; 552-8260.
Twenty-seven Michigan
BBYOers will attend the
1983 BBYO International
Convention next week at
the Bnai Brith Perlman
Camp in Starlight, Pa. The
theme of the convention is
"Tradition With A Future"
and the convention will fea-
ture the kickoff of the 60th
anniversary celebration of
the founding of AZA.
Delegates also will elect
new international officers
for AZA and BBG, and com-
pete in the finals of interna-
tional contests.
the
Accompanying

THANK YOU

to relatives and friends for all
your kind wishes during Sam's illness.

Sam and Barbara Press

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of speech and language disorders.

Services are provided by a certified
Speech and Language Pathologist.

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BBYO Activities

SAVE UP TO 60% ON
DIAMONDS

SOUTHFIELD

for boys age 8-12 will meet
for the study of the 613
Mitzvot (Sefer Hachinuch)
and Pirke Avot.

Friday, August 12, 1983 49.

Michigan delegation as
staff for the convention are
Alan Kideckel,_ adviser to
Akiba AZA; Micky Rosner,
adviser to Rose AZA; and
Brian Ackerson, associate
director of Michigan BBYO.
Attending are, Bryan
Kahan, Gaal Karp, Brian
KirSchner, Andy Kollin,
Jimmy Kollin and Mark
Levin of Akiba AZA,
Howard Spinner of
Beber AZA; Brian Kolen-
der'of Hart AZA; Bobby
Efros, Brian Kay, and
David Saltzman of Rose
AZA; Robert Greenfield,'
Harold Silverman and
Lee Cohen of Ramson
AZA; and Howard Gofs-
tein of Wallenberg AZA.
Also Felissa Burns of
Ahavah BBG; Susan Aidem
of Aliyah BBG; Bonnie Bor-
kin, Jill Garvin, Paula Katz
and Leslie Rossen of Brice
BBG; Alaina Gold of Erani
BBG; Marsha Beresh and
Andrea Jaron of _Shemesh
BBG; and Marla Peiss,
Missy Remer and Sheri
Benkoff of Shoshanna BBG.

For more information call, 548-4995

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Journalist Wins
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Shirlee Rose Iden, subur-
ban life editor of the South-
field Eccentric, has won
first place in the National
Newspaper Association's
Better Newspaper Contest.
Mrs. Iden was cited in the
category of Best Family/
Living Pages.
Now in her 10th year with
the Eccentric, Mrs. Iden had
won 10 awards. In addition
to the NNA Award at this
time, she has been cited by
the Penney-Missouri
Newspaper Competition
Association twice, by
Women in Communica-
tions, Inc. and by the
Michigan Auxiliary of the
American Legion.
Mrs. Iden also was cited
as "Woman of the Year" in
1982 by the Southfield
Business and Professional
Women's Association.

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