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December 02, 1983 - Image 60

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-12-02

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60rjr, December 2, 1983

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Youth News

ADAT SHALOM Nit-
zanim and Garinim will
have Hanuka parties 2 p.m.
Sunday in the synagogue.
For reservations, call Heidi
Wilhelm, 476-9532; Arthur
Wilhelm, 476-1187; or
Rhonda Neuvirth, 851-
2688. There is a nominal
charge.

.JEWELERS

1 WEEK ONLY

1.30 Carat total weight
diamond stud earrings

Shabat services are held
for all youth at 10 a.m.
Saturdays.
For information on Adat
Shalom youth activities,
call Youth Director Marc
Ankerman, 851-5100.

* * *

BNAI DAVID Shalom

(grades nursery-two),
Ruach (grades three-five)
and Masada (grades six-
eight) will have their
Hanuka parties 1:30 p.m.
Sunday in the synagogue.
There will be games, movies
and traditional Hanuka
treats. Prizes will be
awarded. There is a nomi-
nal charge. For reserva-
tions, call the youth office,
557-8325.
Youth in all age groups
will see the "Magic King-
dom on Ice" Dec. 11 at Joe
Louis arena, meeting at the
synagogue at noon. There is
a charge, and reservations
are required. For reserva-
tions by today, call the
youth office.

Regularly $2500

now $ 1699
All other sizes of diamond stud
earrings also on sale.

32940 Middlebelt Rd.

Visa
Master Charge

At 14 Mile in the Broadway Plaza
Phone: 855-1730

Store Hours: Mon. — Sat. 10 am. to 6 pm.
Thursday 10 am.to 8 pm.

Shop now
for the
holidays

Talit and Tefilin (age
13-18) will meet 9:30 a.m.
Sunday in the Bloch Chapel
Following services and

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Akiva youth groups will
meet 3:50 p.m. Saturday at
the synagogue.
The groups are held as fol-
lows: girls, nursery through
sixth grade, and boys, nur-
sery through, fourth grade.

Brandeis AZA will
sponsor a movie party 8 p.m.
Saturday at the main
United Hebrew Schools
building. The evening will
feature "Three Stooges"
movies and cartoons. There
is a nominal charge. Eric
Wiener, adviser to Brandeis
AZA, will be in charge of
program supervision.
AZA and BBG members
will participate in the fifth
annual Youth Symposium
on the Holocaust 9 a.m.
Wednesday at the Met-
ropolitan United Methodist
Church, 8000 Woodward,
Detroit. Students will be ex-
cused from school for this
program.
The cost of the program is
free, and BBYO will offer
transportation by chartered
bus from the BBYO office at
8:30 a.m. at a nominal
charge. Participants should
bring a bag lunch. For in-
formation-, contact Lydia
Grand, 557-0583; Grant
Greenberg, 855-1751; or
Debrah Klein at the BBYO
office, 552-8260.
The next BBYO Ad-
viser Group Meeting will
take place 10 a.m. Dec. 11
at the BBYO office. The
focus of the meeting will
be chapter problem-
solving and advisers
should bring examples
with them for group dis-
cussion.

meet on Sundays from
January through April.
BBYO announces the
election of Lisa Compton as
president of Rishonah BBG.
Rishonah BBG is currently
in a membership recruit-
ment drive and is seeking
new members in the Oak
Park-Southfield area. To
join, contact Lisa, 399-2270.
The deadline for the
AZA and BBG Council
fund raisings is Dec. 9. All
chapter candy money
from the initial shipment
must be brought into the
BBYO office by that date
in order for chapters to
benefit from the fund
raising.
Committee chairmen
have been selected for the
annual Michigan Region
Convention which will
take place Dec. 25-29 at the
Jewish Community Center.
The following chairmen
have been appointed: Ad-
ministrators: Mike Klinger,
Jolson AZA, Hilary 015cm,
Machar BBG; Housing:
Grant Greenberg, • Hart
AZA, Lydia Grand, Glazer
BBG; Opening Program:
Brian Kirschner, Akiba
AZA; Song and Cheer:
Brian Kolender, Hart AZA;
Bake: Jeff Brasch, Posen
AZA; Judges: Jenny
Saltzman, Glazer BBG;
Mixer: Wendy Gordon,
Shalom Aviv BBG; Bowl-
ing: Howard Bloomberg,
Posen AZA; Forensics:
Randy Karr, L'Chaim AZA;
Athletics: Steve Morton,
Rose AZA; T-Shirt and
Photography: Brian
Fishman, Kishon AZA; Lit-
erature and Newspaper:
Staci Singer, Shalom Aviv
BBG; Art and Handicrafts:
Jeff Katzen, Rose AZA;
Film: Denise Cooper, Brice
BBG; Alternate Programs:
Sheryl Litt, Brice BBG; Ta-
lent Show: Nancy Fink,
Brice BBG; Dressy Dance:
Robert Lipsitz, Rose AZA;
and Selectives: Stacy Kahn,
Glazer BBG.

.

Camp Young Judea Rally,
Reunion Planned at UHS

1(7)111)IRCE $4288

i sis iIr cE $

YOUNG ISRAEL OF
GREENFIELD
Bnei

BBYO Activities

Auditions will be held for
the talent show for the
BBYO Regional Conven-
tion at 1 p.m. Dec. 11 in the
Dubin Meeting Room at the
Bnai Brith building. All
chapters wishing to enter
an act in the talent show
must be present at that
time. For information, con-
tact Nancy Fink, talent
show chairman, 544-4728.
The Great Lakes AZA
Council announces the ap-
pointment of Neal Zipser of
Benny AZA as chairman for
the AZA Basketball
League. The league will

NEW ORLEANS MALL-10 Mlle at Greenfield

ORCHARD MALL—Orchard Lake Road ...1st N. of Maple

breakfast, the group will
hear a lecture. Tickets for
the Dec. 17 Detroit Piston
basketball game will be
available. There is a charge
for the basketball tickets.
For information on Bnai
David youth events, call the
youth office, 557-8325.

0

Camp Young Judea will
sponsor a camp rally and
reunion 6:30 p.m. Dec. 11 at
the main United Hebrew
Schools building.
The new camp director,
Louis Kellner, will present
a slide program about the
camp. Located in Orton-
ville, the camp specializes
in teaching Jewish tradi-
tion and values in a pro-
gram combined with reg-
ular camping activities, in-
cluding boating, sports,
camping, arts and crafts,
drama. music and dancing.

Camp programs are ex-
tended throughout the
years through Hashachar,
the Hadassah-sponsored
youth organization, whose
Detroit director is Leslie
Dickstein.
Youth in grades four-nine
and their parents are in-
vited. For information, call
Ms. Dickstein, 681-5382; or
Marcia Harris, regional
camp chairman, 355-4350.

Power in excess caused
angels to fall.

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