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March 22, 1985 - Image 76

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-03-22

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Friday, March 22, 1985

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SINGLES

Alternatives

Continued from Page 53

For information, call Millman,
477-8631.
B'nai B'rith Young Singles
is aimed at persons age 18-34.
The average age of its 500
members is 25-28.
Bernard
Rubenstein,
president of the chapter and
an active member of the B'nai
B'rith Metropolitan Detroit
Council, says "the group con-
sists of mostly young profes-
sionals looking for singles of
similar qualities. These sing-
les are attracted to the group
because everyone knows the
name B'nai B'rith and what it
stands for. This B'nai B'rith
backing provides a medium to
keep young Jewish singles to-
gether in an effort to fight
against assimilation.
"The group is a stepping
stone for college students.
Once these students are out of
school, meeting other singles
becomes difficult. BBYS pro-
vides a center of influence
which carries over from this
college experience."
Programming includes
speakers, a popular summer
baseball league, bowling
league, sleigh/hay rides, social
events coupled with other
singles organizations such as
the Wayne State and Univer-
sity of Michigan Hillels,
Community Network of
Jewish Singles and Toledo
Young Jewish Singles,
monthly dances, group trips to
Toronto and elsewhere. In Ap-
ril, there will be a joint dance
with the Community Network
in which a computer will
match-up couples for the eve-
ning.
There is a fee to become a
member, which include dis-
counts on social events and
other benefits associated with
B'nai B'rith. A newsletter is
available which lists a calen-
dar of activities. Call Rubens-
tein at 356-3178 for informa-
tion.
The B'nai B'rith Hillel
Foundation has existed on col-
lege campuses throughout the
country for 62 years. It is
primarily a student-run
organization for people 18-25
years of age. It provides stu-
dents with a Jewish opportu-
nity, not only as a social group
but as a group with religious
involvement as well. The
organization is unique in that
Reform, Conservative and Or-
thodox Jews co-exist as a
united group.
Rabbi Louis Finkelman has
been adviser to the Wayne
State Hi4lel for six years. WSU
Hillel has a sixth floor suite in
the WSU Student Center
Building. The lounge is open
during school hours and a

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