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June 29, 1984 - Image 60

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-06-29

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SAMSON AZA won the
AZA Outstanding Chapter
Award at The recent AZA-
BBG Council Installation
and Awards Night. The
AZA Most Improved Chap-
ter Award was won by
Ronald L. Posen AZA. Sam-
son AZA President, Ken
Silverman, was presented
the Gavel of Distinction and
the right for his chapter to
use the gavel in the coming
year. David Traitel of Al
Jolson AZA won the AZA
Minutes Incentive Award
"for keeping outstanding
minutes of the chapter's
GLAZER BBG, won the
BBG Outstanding Chapter
Award and the BBG Most
Improved Chapter Award.
Laura Silverman of Brice
BBG won the BBG Minutes
Incentive Award while
Glazer BBG won the BBG
Scrapbook Contest.
The Silver ' Shield of
David, AZA's highest indi-
vidual award, was pre-
sented to Michael Ruskin of
Rose AZA and Ken Silver-
man of Samson AZA. The
Bronze Shield of David, the
second highest award, was
won by Mark Bank and
Brian Kirschner of Akiba
AZA and Jeff Cymerint and
Robert Lipsitz of Rose AZA.
The Gold Star of Deborah,
BBG's highest individual
award was presented to
Andrea Jaron of Brice BBG
and Missy Remer of
Shoshanna BBG. The Silver
Star of Deborah, the second
highest award, was won by
Jenny Saltzman of Glazer
BBG, Shari Mickel of Sav-
age BBG, Marsha Beresh of
Shemesh BBG, and Lisa
Velick of Shoshanna BBG.
The AZA Softball League
continues play Sunday at
Southfield High School. The
All-Star games will be fea-
tured with the AZA All-
Stars playing the B'nai
B'rith Adult All-Stars at 9
a.m. and an intra-league
All-Star game following at
10:30 a.m. Beber AZA con-
tinues to lead the league
with a 4-0 record, while
Goode AZA and Samson
AZA follow at 3-1.
Lisa Velick of Shoshanna
BBG, incoming BBG Coun-
cil president, is at the
BBYO International Kal-
lah in Starlight, Pa.
The AZA Council an-
nounces the appointment of
the following new chairmen
for forthcoming Council
events: Ron-Kuppersmith of
Akiba AZA as chairman of
the kickoff dance in Sep-
tember; and Robbie Ellens-
tein of Jolson AZA as
chairman of the fall con-
clave in October.
nounces its newly-elected
officers for the 1984-1985
program year: Nicole
Gladner, president; Rebecca
Millman, membership vice
president; Sheri Linn,. trea-
surer; Elissa Abrams,
corresponding secretary;
and Darby Miller, reporter.

Friday, June 29, 1984 61


nounces its newly-elected
officers for the 1984-1985
program year: Stacey
Binstok, president; Cheryl
Benstein, vice preiident;
Leslie Greenberg, MIT
Mom; Andrea Caplan, trea-
surer; Deborah Soltz, secre t
tary; and Nancy Gladstone,
Michigan BBYO an-
nounces the formation of
the Great Lakes Adviser
Association, an indepen-
dent body formed by the
AZA and BBG chapter ad-

visers. The purpose of the
association will be to pro-
mote communication, un-
ity, training, and
entertainment for the
enrichment of Michigan
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Rose AZA, president; Alan
Kideckel, adviser to Akiba
AZA, vice president; and
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Jewish Federation Apartments residents presented gift
baskets of homemade baked goods and a thank-you card to
the Oak Park Public Safety Department "in appreciation for
all the emergency crews who responded to emergency calls at
the apartments throughout the year." Pictured at the
presentation, are, from left: -Helen Naimark, JFA executive
director; Esther Friedman, president of the Floor
Representatives Council; Officer Charles Digby; Officer
Garry Macka; Fanny Kowalsky, JFA resident; Sgt. Steve
Fairman; Officer James Grindem; and Connie Howard,
JFA assistant administrator.


SINGLES will join the
Jewish Community Center
health clubs for an outdoor
party at 5 p.m. July 18 at
the main Jewish Center
complex. Refreshments and
entertainment will high-
light the evening. Use of the
outdoor Olympic size pool
and tennis, racquetball,
basketball and sauna
facilities will be available.
There will be a cash bar.
Tickets, for which there is a
charge, will be available at
the door: The public is in-
vited. For information, call
Bruce Tabashneck at the
Center, 661-1000, ext. 219.

CIALITES will hold their
annual picnic at 2 p.m.
Wednesday at Oak Park
Shepherd Park, near the
tennis courts. Participants
are requested to bring their
own lunch. There will be
prizes and games. In case of
bad weather, the group will
meet in the Northgate East
Apts. club house. Prospec-
tive members are welcome.
Membership is open to
single men and women age

call- President Dorothy
Goldberg, 548-6850; or Pro-
gram Chairman Pete Stef-
fan, 557-2411.

Singles weekend
set in Chicago

Chicago — 'Amit Women
— Tikvah Chapter will
sponsor the Midwest Jewish
Singles Convention from
Aug. 10 to 12, at the Hyatt
Regency Woodfield Hotel in
The weekend includes
kosher meals, guest speak-
ers, and a variety of activi-
ties including a "Trivial
Pursuit" contest and a spe-
cial Saturday night per-
formance of the Chicago
Comedy Company. Swim-
ming pool, night club and
exercise room, will be avail-
able during the weekend.
Singles age 21-35 are in-
vited. Mark Tannenbaum is
coordinator of the Midwest
Jewish Singles Weekend.
Last-minute reservations
will be accepted until July
For information, call
Tannenbaum, (312) 973-

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