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July 27, 1984 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-07-27

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Friday,,July 27, 1984 27

THE DETROIT JEVVISH4401$ .1

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July 27 and 28
10:00-5:00

STORE-WIDE SALE

Summer at the Center

Continued from Page 25

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facility offers young programmers
hands-on experience in their area of
interest.
Afternoon sessions at the com-
puter camp are devoted to
elementary-age hackers, providing
them with the opportunity to become
acquainted with computers and learn
basic computer operations. Under
the tutelage of Virginia Kirk and
Eric Horvitz, junior high school stu-
dents spend the morning taking
classes in computer programming,
paving their way for further com-
puter education during the school
year.

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The introduction of high-tech op-
tions for day campers has not been
accomplished at the expense of more
traditional camp activities. Arts and
crafts and swimming still play prom-
inent roles at the JCC. Whether
campers choose the full • or half-day
program, the Center day camp offers
a wide range of social, athletic and
artistic activities for every age group.

To implement their activities,
the camp offers extensive recreationl
facilities, including arts and crafts
centers, a 120-acre nature center,
and an amphitheater for performing
arts productions. This year, the Cen-

ter has added boating facilities on the
premises. .
The Active Adults program for
senior citizens is another new pro-
gram at the JCC. Scheduled activi-
ties include a senior fitness class,
water exercise, yoga classes and Fri 7
day Ongei Shabbat.
Julie Silver, coordinator of the
program, is confident of its success.
"It is a new program and it's kind of
slow, but it is geting better," she said
regarding attendance.
Participating seniors do not con-
fine their activities to the Center it-
self. Travel plans for the summer also
include picnic outings and a trip to
the Ann Arbor Art Fair.
Unlike other summer events at
the JCC, the Active Adults program
will continue into the fall, with ex-
panded activities in the planning
stages.
In addition to its special summer
activities, the Center continues to
offer its year-round services such as
health club and gym facilities,
swimming, racquetball and other
extra-curricular programs, during
summer hours.
From toddlers to seniors,
Detroit-area Jews will find the JCC a
source of summer-time fun.

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Technion awards Harvey Prize to two

Haifa — Dr. Peter Soro- research in lasers and quan-
kin of IBM's T. J. Watson tum electronics, as well as
Research Center, and Pro- his invention of the dye
fessor Franz Rosenthal, an laser.
internationally renowned - Professor Rosenthal,
authority of Semitic and awarded the Harvey Prize
Arabic languages and cul- in Literature of Profound
ture, were awarded the Insight into the Life and
1984 Harvey Prizes of the Peoples of the Middle East,
Technion — Israel Institute was cited for his "outstand-
ing contribution to the de-
of Technology last month.
Dr. Sorokin was awarded eper understanding of the
the prize in the field of Sci- two important - aspects of
tke r
ence and Technology for his SemiticpAtyre, nalnely
if

Aramaic language and
Arabic literature."
The Harvey Prize Fund
was established by the late
Leo M. Harvey of Los
Angeles, Calif. to recognize
major contributions toward
humane progress. In addi-
tion, to • the two prizes
awarded in June, the prize
is also awarded in the fields
of Human Health and the
Advancement of Peace in
Mddle • East.

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