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March 09, 1984 - Image 55

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-03-09

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Area Chairman

Youth News

United Synagogue Youth
will meet for an oneg
Shabat at 8 p.m. today in
the home of Harriet Sher-
man, 28365 Tavistock Trail,
Southfield, and on Sunday
at 1:30 p.m. at the
synagogue for a Purim de-
coration meeting.
The 1984 Purim carnival
will take place in the Beth
Achim Youth Lounge on
March 18 at 11 a.m. Tickets

will be available in advance
at the main United Hebrew
Schools building at a dis-
counted price and at the
door on the day of the carni-
val. There will be games
and prizes.
'The Beth Achim Youth
Department will sponsor a
special Purim program 10
a.m. March 18 before the
carnival for children who
are Nitzanim and
Kochavim age (3 to 9 years

old). Portions of the Megil-
lat Esther will be read and
Purim songs and traditions
will be taught to the chil-
dren. Extra game tickets
will be given to all children
who come in costume.

Regular Shabat youth
services are held every
Saturday at 10 a.m. For in-
formation on events, call
the youth department,

BBYO Activities

For required reservations,
call Brian Ackerson at the
BBYO office, 552-8260.
The annual BBYO Ad-
viser Recognition Night
will take place 8 p.m. March
19 at Adat Shalom
Synagogue. The evening
will pay tribute to the adult
volunteer advisers who
work with AZA and BBG
chapters. Refreshments will
be served, and admission is
free. Coordinating the event
for the Bnai Brith Men's
Council is Lawrence Hy-
man, for the Bnai Brith
Women's Council, Sue
Lawrence, and for the
BBYO board, Steve Tapper.
BBYO announces the ap-
pointment of Donald Soltz
as adviser to Al Jolson AZA,
and Mardi Bobkin as ad-
viser to Kadimah BBG.
There are still several open-
ings for AZA chapter advis-
ers in Huntington Woods
and Southfield. To volun-
teer, contact Ackerson.
* * *
Dr. B. Benedict Glazer
BBG will sponsor its fourth
annual Mr. AZA Ice Cream
7 p.m. March 21 at
Agudath Israel of Greater
Youngsters in grades four
Detroit will host the annual through eight who have Thompson Middle School,
Siyum Hamishnayot spon- memorized a portion of the Southfield. The evening
sored by Agudath Israel of Mishnayot and have been will feature the selection of
America this weekend at tested on them by their "Mr. AZA" for this year's
Cong. Dovid Ben Nuchim.
teachers and group leaders 60th anniversary year of
At 8:30 p.m. Saturday, will participate in the AZA. There is an admission
there will be a melave gathering. More than 300 fee, but those wearing
malka at the Yeshivath youngsters will participate. BBYO Week spirit buttons
will be admitted at a re-
Beth Yehudah. The public
is invited, and there is a
For information, call Ar- duced price.
Gen. Maurice Rose
charge for the meal. The thur Gold, 569-1200 or
AZA will sponsor its second
program is free of charge.
annual semi-formal spring
* * *
dance 8 p.m. March 24 at
Southfield-Lathrup High
School. The dance will fea-
ture disc jockey Eddie Ro-
gers of WMJC radio. For in-
formation, contact Mark
Jeross, 547-1971; or Robert
Lipsitz, 548-8882.
The Great Lakes AZA
and BBG Councils an-
nounce the selection of
Robert Levine of Posen AZA
and Lisa Velick of
Shoshanna BBG as coor-
dinators for the forthcoming
elections training conclave
to be held May 18-20 at
Camp Maas. The conclave
will be the site of the elec-
tion of Council officers for
the 1984-1985 program
Applications are still
Cong. Shaarey Zedek's youth choir will present available for the annual
the Purim play, "Little Orphan Esther," at the "Ha- BBYO Israel Summer Insti-
man's Hideaway" Purim family dinner-theater event tute, a six-week study tour
5 p.m. March 18 at the synagogue. The cast of the play of the state of Israel. Three
includes, front row, from left: Jason Wagner and different programs — Dis-
Abby Boxman; and back row, from left: Cory Durbin, covery, Ulpan and Archeol-
Joseph Jonas, Laurie Portnoy and Joshua Krut. For ogy — are being offered. For
reservations to the dinner-theater program, call the an application, contact the
BBYO office, 552-8260.
synagogue, 357-5544.

Fifty Michigan Region
BBYOers will attend the
Michigan-Lake Ontario
region Inter-Regional Con-
vention this weekend in To-
Twenty-three AZA and
BBG chapters will send
delegates to the program
which includes a guided
tour of the Ontario Science
Centre, Shabat services and
a program with a Recon-
structionist congregation,
tobogganing and sledding
and the musical, "Cloud
Nine." Staffing the program
from Michigan are Karen
and Arnold Weiner, BBYO
director, Phil Neuman, ad-
viser to Kishon AZA, and
Mark Rosen, adviser to
Ruach AZA.
The AZA Basketball
League will play Sunday at
Oakland Community Col-
lege, Orchard Ridge cam-
pus. At noon, Rose AZA will
play Akiba AZA and Goode

AZA will play Beber AZA.
At 1 p.m., Samson AZA will
play L'Chaim AZA and
Posen-Benny-Akiba will
play Herzl AZA.
Wallenberg AZA leads
Division I with a 4-1 re-
cord, while Samson AZA
leads Division II with a
4-0 record. Leading indi-
vidual scorer is Mike Ro-
senthal of Wallenberg
AZA with a 31 average
while the runner-up is
Mark Burk of Herzl AZA
with a 23.7 average.
BBYO will sponsor a trip
to the University of Michi-
gan HOel Foundation in
Ann Arbor on March 28.
The program is open to all
AZA and BBG juniors and
seniors and will include a
tour of campus, information
on Jewish life on campus,
and a kosher lunch with
active Hillel members. A
chartered bus will leave the
BBYO office at 9:30 a.m.

Youth Gather for Siyum

Youth Rehearse for Purim
Play at Shaarey Zedek

Friday, March 9, 1984 55

TER, National Conference
of Synagogue Youth, will
hold its second annual
Shabaton beginning today
at the Bais Chabad Torah
Center of West Bloomfield.
Rabbi Elimelech Silber-
berg will speak on Saturday
at 1:30 p.m. on "Jewish
Morals in a Changing
Society." On Saturday, the
chapter will use the gym
and swimming pool at the
main Jewish Community
Center beginning at 8 p.m.
Interested Jewish youth are
invited. For information,
call Marcie Borsand or Jen-
nifer Ruby, 855-3563.

* * *

groups will meet 5:05 p.m.
Saturday in the synagogue.
Girls in nursery through
sixth grade and boys in nur-
sery through fourth grade
will gather.

Sheri Lisagor of West
Bloomfield has been named
area chairman for the
Southfield - Lathrup Vil-
lage area for the annual
WTVS Ch. 56 Auction.




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