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March 23, 1984 - Image 46

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-03-23

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Friday, March 23, 1984

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Expansion plans for Milan Centre

An expansion program
for the Charles and Flor-
ence Milan BBYO Confer-
ence Centre located at Belle
River, Ontario, assures con-
tinuity for the only retreat
facility of its kind owned
and serving a BBYO region
in this country.
Plans for this activity,
which has drawn nation-
wide attention in youth
planning activities, were
announced this week by
Alan Nathan, chairman of
HEJOHN ENT8TORE
the Milan Centre, and Ar-
nold J. Weiner, executive
ORCHARD MALL, West Bloomfield. 855-6677.
director of the Michigan
TEL-HURON CENTER. Pontiac. 334-4541.
Bnai Brith Youth Organ-
WONDERLAND CENTER. Lionia. 425-9500.
ization.
TECH-PLAZA CENTER. Warren. 573-4400.
The Milans donated their
Monday - Friday. noon to 9 p.m.
former
cottage to BBYO in
Saturday. 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
1969. A new wing was
Sunday. noon to 5 p.m.
Tel-Huron store closed Sunday. 1
added to the building and
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the entire structure was re-
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4° 40.), em or
s erforin
novated to provide for meet-
ing and dining areas. The Charles and Florence Milan
result was a facility that ac-
commodated 28 persons in to Milan to evaluate the Last Aug. 30 chapter
bunk-style beds distributed previous year's activities, presidents and three BBYO
in six sleeping areas. The the new year's goals and staff had to squeeze into the
WE SLICE
center is located 20 miles programs. In late August, 28-bed center with the help
P ROIDUC
OUR OWN
east of Windsor on Lake St. BBYO holds its VIP Lead- of some cots. A need was
°
BELLY LOX!
Clair.
ership Camp at the Milan demonstrated both for addi-
In the 14 years of the cen- Centre. This six-day pro- tional sleeping quarters and
NEVI
011PRONISD
ter's existence, numerous gram for newly-elected for a multi-purpose room
BETTER
QUAISTV AI A PRICE!!!
AZA and BBG chapters chapter presidents teaches that could house a larger
A
have shared the experience them about leading an AZA group more comfortably.
Kosher
of what are called "Milan or BBG group, from pro-
Weekends." Each group of gramming to membership
The Milans have donated
m Fresh
12-13 BBYOers and their to agendas and budgets. additional funds to expand
chapter adviser plans the They also have the opportu- and renovate the center.
JUMBO
jUMBO
entire weekend's activities nity to work together and Plans for a multi-purpose
which they then share with get to know each other, room to serve as a dining
mow
another chapter. The which enhances inter- hall and for recreation pro-
lb.
groups plan their own chapter programming dur- gramming, three new bed-
transportation, meals and ing the year.
Doz.
rooms adding 14 beds, an
programming.
These annual programs additional bathroom, and
A "Milan Weekend" will were part of the motivation renovation of existing bat-
normally feature all three for the expansion plans. hroom facilities.
services for the Sabbath, an
Kosher
oneg Shabat program on
c!KT7
gx,
Friday night, recreational
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eet
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and cultural programs on
Saturday and a social pro-
SOUR CREAM
BNAI BRITH WO- dinner 6 p.m. Tuesday at
fro-
gram Saturday night.
Cong. Bnai David. Guests
C
lb.
The state-wide Bnai MEN'S COUNCIL OF are invited. For reserva-
METROPOLITAN
DE-
Brith Council level of
0I
tions and information, call
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BBYO uses the center for TROIT will hold its annual Leena Yoffe, 546-4956; or
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election meeting 7:45 p.m.
d i nth* \*.
two
leadership
training
Doris Frankel, 559-7368.
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Yellow
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programs. In June, the Wednesday at the Zionist
* * *
Cultural Center. Bobbie
U.S. No. 1
l 'z
newly-elected
council
goes
m7294AMERICAIND
Levine,
Council
president,
HUNTINGTON
Idaho
OR
will present her end-of-year WOODS CHAPTER will
P
Bnai Brith
Baking
report and Bloch Chapter hold an election meeting
MUENSTER 4
Dance nears
members will be the hostes- 7:30 p.m. Monday at. De-
nny's Restaurant, Green-
The Bnai Brith Met- ses.
The 39th annual Council field Rd. near 11 Mile Rd. A
ropolitan Detroit Council
will hold its city-wide dance installation is scheduled for representative of HAVEN,
an emergency shelter for
9 p.m. April 14 at Adat April 8 at Adat Shalom
„4*
FRUIT
lb. *
Synagogue. Tickets for the Victims of physical abuse,
Shalom
Synagogue.
PHONE
Nii
Chunk
The Fenby-Carr group installation luncheon are will describe its services.
Al4.1r
Nominations for election
4 *
will
provide music for danc- available from any Bnai
DELI
Brith
Women's
chapter
or
at
S'ailtili
*
will be accepted from the
iM
ing.
Tickets
are
available
at
5598 s
the Council, office. For in- floor. All paid-up members
a discount in advance.
FRESH SQUEEZED
are entitled to vote. A new
23101 COOLIDGE
OPEN
For tickets or informa- formation, call Charlotte
ORANGE
JUICE
YEAR
tion,
call Ralph Miller, Edelheit, installation chapter name will be voted
OAK PARK
559-3200; or the Bnai Brith chairman, 557-7408; or the upon. Guests are welcome.
ROUND
DAILY
IN THE OAK PARK PLAZA
* * *
Council office, 552-8150.
office, 552-8177.
* * *
IVAN S. BLOCH
LOUIS D. BRANDEIS CHAPTER will hold its in-
CHAPTER will meet noon stallation of officers on
Wednesday, at the Knob- Thursday at 6:30 p.m. at
in-the-Woods club house.
Hamilton Place. A musical
Luncheon will be served at a program will be presented
24551 W. 12 MILE JUST WEST OF TELEGRAPH
nominal charge. The theme
by Larry Bassin. Bobbie
NEXT TO STAR DELI
will be "Let Us Welcome
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Levine, president of the
Spring With a Fun and Bnai Brith Women's Coun-
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I
Games Fling." Guests are
cil of Metropolitan Detroit,
Fresh Baked
I
invited, and are asked to
I
will install the following
Varieties
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bring game equipment.
officers: Ellen Distasio,
Of Bagels
WITH ANY PURCHASE I
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Frieda Massover is chair- president; Marilyn Lipman
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man of the day. For reserva-
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tions, call Betty Stewart, presidents; Lillian Ostrow,
"sweet" bagel!
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LEGENDARY
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557-3117; or Rose Pogats, Yetta Meisel and Helen
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967-4068.
"SWEET"
BAGEL!
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EXPIRES 4-13-84
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ALBERT EINSTEIN treasurer; Joan Haller,
CHAPTER will install Joyce Spiwak and Toby
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Hermine Hirsh as president
Continued on Page 47
at the chapter's installation
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I listen to Kent,
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