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April 13, 1984 - Image 87

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-04-13

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

FIND IT

Youth News

ADAT . SHALOM Mig-
dal Tzion United Syna-
gogue Youth will have an
Oneg Shabbat at 8 p.m.
today in the home of Brian
Rosenblatt, 30762
Woodstream, West Bloom-
field. For directions, call
Brian, 626-9866.
Michael Rocklin will hold
a religious class at 2 p.m.
Sunday at the synagogue to
train members in leading
services. For reservations,
call Michael, 557-9645.
The annual youth main
sanctuary service will be
held on April 21 at 9 a.m.
Luncheon will follow serv-
ices.
Shoresh will hold a
"Polaroid party" at 2 p.m.
April 29 at the synagogue.
Call Michael Neuvirth for
information at 851-2688.
Shabbat services are held
each week at 10 a.m.

* * *

BETH ACHIM Lahav
United Synagogue Youth
will conduct a chapter Oneg
Shabbat at 8 p.m. today in
the home of Cultural Vice
President Harriet Sher-
man, 28365 Tavistock Tr.,
Southfield.
On Sunday, Kochavim
(grades two-four) will go
roller-skating at Ambas-
sador Skating Rink. Par-
ticipants should meet ad-
viser Cindy Weiner at the
synagogue at 1:30 p.m.
There is a charge. Nitzanim
(ages 3-6) will meet in the
youth lounge at 1:30 p.m.
Sunday to decorate Seder
plate covers. Admission is
free.
Kadima (grades seven
and eight) will join B'nai
Moshe's Kadima chapter at
8 p.m. April 20 in the new
B'nai Moshe Youth House,
14400 W. Ten Mile, Oak
Park, for a combined Oneg
Shabbat and Passover pro-
gram. For reservations,
contact adviser Laurie

Borenstein, 354-5588 by
Wednesday.
Shabbat youth services
are held every Saturday at
10 a.m. for all groups.

* * *

B'NAI DAVID Junior
Congregation and Story
Hour groups will have a
luncheon immediately fol-
lowing services Saturday.
There is no charge for the
luncheon. Reservations
may be made by 4 p.m.
today to advisers Laura
Lazarus, 541-3582; or Joyce
Lang, 968-2686.
Youth services are held
every Saturday at 10 a.m. In
addition to prayers, songs
and games, children also
engage in discussions about
customs and holidays.
Atid, for high school
youth, will have a study
* *
luncheon on Saturday, fol-
HABONIM-DROR will
lowing services. There is no
charge for the luncheon. Re- have its annual neshef at
servations may be made by 8:30 p.m. Saturday at the
4 p.m. today to Monte Aaron DeRoy Studio Thea-
Schloss, 559-6399; or the ter at the main Jewish
Community Center. "The
youth office, 557-8325.
On Sunday, Atid and Koala Bear" and "Eli the
Masada (grades six through Fanatic" will be the eve-
eight) will attend the ex- ning's features. Tickets will
hibit "Jewish Life in be available at the door at a
America: Fulfilling the nominal charge. Refresh-
American Dream" at the ments will be served. For in-
Detroit Historical Museum. formation, call Itzak Mintz,
The group will meet at 1 357-1036; Joel Shrier, 642-
p.m. in the synagogue youth 0142; or Scott Ettinger,
lounge. There is a nominal 356-6336.
charge for this event, and
reservations are required.
Music By
Reservations may be made
SHEL
ROTT
until 4 p.m. today in the
and
youth office.
The Tallit and Tefillin
VICKIE CARROLL
Club for boys age 13 and
• Weddings
over, will meet Sunday at
• Bar/Bat Mitzvas
9:30 a.m. The group meets
• Dances, Shows
weekly for services and

Radio & T.V.
breakfast, followed by rec-
Commercials
reational activities.
On April 22, Masada will
"PROFESSIONAL ENTERTAINMENT"
attend the musical laser
354-0770
show, "Star Struck" at the
Cranbrook Planetarium
and tour the Institute of
YOUR WEDDING—
Science. Members are asked
BAR MITZVA

r BBYO Activities

The next BBYO adviser
group meeting will be held
at 10 a.m. Sunday at the
BBYO office. The meeting
- will include a report on the
recent adviser mission to Is-
rael by Ian Alexis, Jan
Lampear and Cindy
Horowitz; a preview of the
forthcoming elections train-
ing conclave; and informa-
tion on the formation of an
adviser association in
Michigan Region.

BBYO will hold its an-
nual elections training con-
clave May 18-20 at Camp
Maas. The theme of the con-
clave is "Today's Youth Are
The Leaders of Tomorrow."
Each registered member
will receive an application
in the mail. Extra applica-
tions have been sent to each
chapter president for new
members not yet registered.

The goal of the program is
to train BBYO leaders and
for the state-wide council to
elect its new leaders for the
1984-1985 program year.

The Great Lakes AZA
Council announces the ap-
pointment of Bruce Wolf of
Hart AZA as coordinator of
this year's AZA softball
league. The league will
commence in late June and
be played on Sundays
throughout the summer.

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Dora Savage BBG an-
nounces its newly-elected
executive board for the
1984-1985 program year:
Laurie Phillips, president;
Betsy Bernard, vice
president; Wendi Littky,
MIT Mom; Jennifer Levin,
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to meet at the synagogue at
12:30 p.m. There is a charge
for this event and the dead-
line for reservations is
Thursday. For reservations,
call the youth office or
Schloss.
Ruach (grades three to
five) will hold a "gym and
swim" at the Jewish Corn-
munity Center on April 29,
meeting at the synagogue at
1 p.m. Call adviser Ms.
Lazarus for reservations.
There is a nominal fee.
Youth services will be
held on the first and eighth
days of Pesach at 10 a.m.
Regular Shabbat services
will be held on April 21.
For information on all
B'nai David youth activi-
ties, call the youth office,
557-8325; or the main office,
557-8210.

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