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May 04, 1984 - Image 75

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-05-04

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

BBYO

JEWELRY
APPRAISALS

WINDOW
TINTING
* HOMES

RAOUL WALLEN-
BERG AZA recently top-
ped Alexander D. Goode
AZA in the championship
game of the AZA Basketball
League. Members of the
winning team received the
Avram "Bud" Charlip
Memorial Trophy, which
was presented by Eliot
Charlip and Maynard
Kalef.
In the semi-finals, Goode
AZA had defeated Herzl
AZA, Windsor, and Wallen-
berg AZA had defeated
Samson AZA.
Members of the winning
team are: Arnie Zucker,
Frank Zucker, Steve
Gamer, Bill Narens, Sam
Levine, Michael Cooper,
Scott Kaufman, Rob Ud-
man, Steven Cohen, Rob
Wineman and Mike Ro-
senthal. Team members
will receive AZA basketball
medals at the AZA Council
meeting at 7 p.m. Monday
at the B'nai B'rith Building.
BBYO announces the ap-
pointment of Renee Gatien
as adviser to Dora Savage
BBG. Several voluntary ad-
viser positions are still
open. To volunteer, contact
the BBYO office, 552-8260.
The Great Lakes AZA
and BBG Councils an-
nounce Robert Lipsitz of
Rose AZA and Staci Kahn of
Glazer BBG are chairmen of
this year's AZA-BBG Coun-
cil Installation. The instal-
lation will take place on
June 19 at Cong. Beth
Achim, and will be followed
by a dance. All BBYO m6m-
hers are invited.
Committee chairmen
have been appointed for the
Elections Training Con-
clave, May 18-20, at Camp
Maas. They are: Get To
Know You, Eric Kahan,
Akiba AZA; Shabbat Eve-
ning Service, Sandy Aaron,
Akiba AZA; Oneg Shabbat,

the BBYO office through
May 28. The award was es-
tablished in 1977 in mem-
ory of Joan Kalef, past
president of the B'nai B'rith
Women's Council of Metro-
politan Detroit, and
will salute an outstanding
BBYO leader by enabling
him/her to attend the
BBYO International Con-
vention, which will be held
Aug. 16-23 at the B'nai
B'rith Perlman Camp in
Starlight, Pa. Applications
are available at the BBYO
office and will be available
at the BBG Council meeting
held at the Elections Train-
ing Conclave.
The AZA Softball League
will begin on May 27 and
continue weekly on Sun-
days throughout the sum-
mer. All competition will
take place at 9 a.m. at
Southfield High School.
Team registration is due at
the BBYO office by May 14.
Supplementary registra-
tions for individual mem-
bers will be accepted
SAM BEBER AZA an- through June 12. Each team
nounces its newly-elected must register a minimum of
executive board for the 16 players. AZA softball
1984-1985 program year: coordinator is Bruce Wolf of
bean - Weiss, preside-1-14 Hart-AZA_ and league
Matt Russman, vice ministrator is Ron Sherr.
president; Eric Sedler,
BBYO and Harry B.
moreh; Andy Russman, Keidan Lodge of B'nai
treasurer; Peter Lipson, re- B'rith announce the estab-
cording secretary; Doug lishment of the William
Benghiat, corresponding Katz Memorial Leadership
secretary; and Harleigh Award saluting outstand-
Mandel, counselor.
ing BBYO leaders. The
RIJACH AZA announces award was , established in
its new officers are: Eric memory of William Katz,
Norber, president; Jeff past president of Harry B.
Lerner, vice president; Jeff Keidan Lodge and its long-
Gordon, moreh; Howard time financial secretary. A
Weiner, treasurer; Tom $500 scholarship will be of-
Shaevsky, recording secre- fered to a member to go to
tary; Mike Adler, corre- the BBYO International
sponding secretary; Rich Leadership Training Con-
Levin, reporter; and Andy ference. Applications are
Rose, counselor.
available at the BBYO
Applications for the Joan office. The registration
Kalef Memorial Leadership deadline for the award is
Award will be accepted at May 28.

Lydia Grand, Glazer BBG;
Shabbat Morning Service,
Cindy Chaffkin, Shoshanna
BBG; Havdalah, Ellen
Schoenfeld, Masada BBG;
Saturday Afternoon Pro-
gram, Brian Shapiro, Bran-
deis AZA; President's
Workshop, Lee Cohen,
Samson AZA, and Sheri
Benkoff, Shoshanna BBG;
Saturday Night Social Jeff
Brasch, Posen AZA; and
Caucuses, Marla Peiss,
Shoshanna BBG. Overall
coordinators are Lisa Velik
of Shoshanna BBG and
Robert Levine of Posen
AZA.
SHOSHANNA BBG
announces its newly-elected
executive board for the
1984-1985 program year:
Cindy Chaffkin, president;
Alisa Weberman, vice
president; Lisa Rader, MIT -
Mom; Missy Wolf, trea-
surer; Lori Nelson, record-
ing secretary; Jodi Wein-
berg, reporter; and Lisa Vel-
ick, counselor.

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YOUTH

B'NAI 1VJOSHE Youth
Department will hold its
fourth annual family picnic
at 4 p.m. May 20 at David
Shepherd Park, Oak Park.
There will be games, con-
tests, relay races and more
for the entire family. Re-
freshments will be served at
a nominal fee. For informa-
tion, contact Josh Leopold,
youth director, 548-3123.

Kadimah United Syna-
gogue Youth will go to
Camp Tamarack May
11-13. For infortnation and
registration materials, con-
tact Nancy Ankerman,
Kadimah adviser, 544-
0454.
Chazon USY elections
will be held on May 27. Any
USYer interested in run-


students score
in math contest

8

Ori Lev, Mark Ten-
nenhouse and Marci Fink-
lestein of the Birney Middle
School Mathcounts team
placed second in the 1984
Mathcounts state competi-
tion.
Ori and Mark placed
among the top 10 individu-
als, and Ori received a third
place award in the special
topic category.

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position should contact
either Nancy Ankerman,
adviser, 544-0454; or
Leopold. Candidates must
meet specific criteria and
have a petition on file.

R6gular Shabbat youth
services are held at 10 a.m.
Saturdays.



Merit scholars are cited

Three Yeshivath Beth
Yehudah students and
three Akiva Hebrew Day
School students who have
won merit scholarships will
be honored at a luncheon
Tuesday at Wayne State
University.
Yeshiva honorees are:
Kenneth Applebaum,
Ronald Katz and Steven
Katz. Akiva students who
will be honored are Lisa

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