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February 17, 1984 - Image 57

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-02-17

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Bnai Zion Cites
Mrs. Kirkpatrick

Youth News

ADAT SHALOM Mig-
dal Tzion will have an "egg
social" 8 p.m. Saturday in
the home of Sharon Carmi,
5270 Hollow, Bloomfield
Hills. For directions, call
Sharon, 626-1895.
The group will have a
luncheon following Feb. 25
Shabat services. For reser-
vations, call Michael
Rocklin, 557-9645.
Garinim will go bowling
Sunday, meeting at 2 p.m.
at Ark Lanes West. There is
a charge. For reservations,
call Heidi Wilhelm, 476-
9532.
Nitzanim will have a
surprise event 2 p.m.
Sunday at the synagogue.
Admission is free. For
reservations, call Arthur
Wilhelm, 476-1187; or
Rhonda Neuvirth, 851-
2688.
Services for youth are
held at 10 a.m. Saturdays.

* * *

BETH ACHIM'S youth
department invites all
youth from area synagogues
to a special musical pro-
gram 2 p.m. March 4 in the
Beth Achim youth lounge.
The folk music duo Ge-
mini will perform in con-
cert. Children are invited
free of charge, and adults
accompanied by a youth will
be admitted at a nominal
fee. Tickets must be picked
up at the Beth Achim youth
office by March 1. Reserved
seating for Beth Achim
members will be available
until Feb. 27.
Youth office hours are:
2:30-5 p.m. Monday
through Thursday and
12:30-2:30 p.m. Sunday. For
information, call Youth Di-
rector Cara Loomus, 352-
8679.
Nitzanim will go to
Chuck E. Cheese Sunday,
meeting at 1:30 p.m. at the
synagogue. Bnai Mazal
will go to Dunkin Donuts
and to the Abbey Road
Arcade at 1:30 p.m. Sun-
day. There is a charge.
Shabat services are held
at 10 a.m. Saturdays for all
youth.

* * *

TEMPLE BETH EL
High School's speaker
series will feature Mr. and
Mrs. Marcel (Shirley) Behar
in a program on Sephardic
Jewry 10 a.m. Sunday in the

temple youth room.
Mrs. Behar will present a
historical outline about
Sephardic Jewry dating
back to the time of King
Solomon and through to the
present. She also will sing
Sephardic folk songs and
appear in an authentic cos-
tume.
Sephardic folklore and

customs will be discussed.
Behar will speak on the life
of Jews in his native Egypt.

* * *

YOUNG ISRAEL OF
GREENFIELD
youth
groups will meet at 4:30
p.m. Saturday. Groups will
be held for girls through
sixth grade and for boys
through fourth grade.

BBYO Activities

The AZA Basketball
League will meet Sunday.
At Oakland Community
College, the games will be
as follows: Rose vs. Posen -
Benny - Akiba and Wallen-
berg vs. Samson at noon;
Akiba vs. Jolson and Goode
vs. L'Chaim at 1 p.m.; and
Wallenberg vs. Brandeis at
2 p.m. At the Windsor
Jewish Community Centre,
Beber will play Herzl at
noon.
Wallenberg AZA leads
Division I with a 2-0 record,
while Goode AZA leads Di-
vision II, also at 2-0. Lead-
ing individual scorer is
Mark Burk of Herzl AZA
with a 32.5 average while
the runner-up is Mike Ro-
senthal of Wallenberg AZA
with a 27.5 average.
The next meeting of the
BBYO Board of Directors
will take place at 8 p.m. Feb.
27 at the BBYO office. The
1984 operating budget will
be presented at that time for
approval.
Applications are now
available for the Inter-
Regional Convention
slated to take place
March 8-11 in Toronto.
Each AZA and BBG
chapter will be repre-
sented at the convention
with one delegate along
with each of the AZA and
BBG Council officers.
Among the activities set
for the weekend are a
guided tour of the Ontario
Science Centre, Shabat
services and a program with
a Reconstructionist congre-
gation, tobogganing and
sledding and a musical,
"Cloud Nine." The host
chapters for this home-
housed convention are
Alhambra BBG, Shalom II
AZA, Shoshanim BBG and
Toronto No. 103 AZA. In-

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A new BBG chapter is in
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BBYO is seeking prospec-
tive members for the group.
Membership is open to
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Friday, February 17, 1984 57

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There are openings for
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* * *

Yiddish Class
Seeks Students

The Workmen's Circle
School board is accepting
registration for its new
adult Yiddish class, slated
to begin 7 p.m. Feb. 29 at the
Workmen's Circle Building,
26341 Coolidge, Oak Park.
The two-hour sessions are
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is limited to 15 students.
The instructor is Mary
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Call Workmen's Circle,
545-0985, for information.

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