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January 24, 1986 - Image 80

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-01-24

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80 Friday, Jandary 24, 1986

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wide dance on Feb. 1 at 8 p.m.
in the synagogue social hall. All
ninth-12th graders are welcome.
Music provided by "Marc An-
kerman's Best Music in Town."
There is a charge.
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Synagogue Youth (grades nine-
12) will/have their 26th 'annual
Tamarack retreat Feb. 28-March
2, at Camp Maas in Ortonville.
The theme for the weekend is
"What Do You Do Once You Are
A Jew?" Forms for the weekend
are available in the Adat
Shalom youth office~ For infor-
mation, call Ankerman, 851-
5100.

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The B'nei Akiv Mishnah
class will meet at the Young Is-
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on Saturday. All boys from
fourth through 8th grades are
invited.
On Saturday, there will be an
Israeli cafe night in honor of Tu
b'Shevat. The activity will take
place at the Young Israel of
Oak-Woods at 8 p.m. Anyone in
the grades of six-12 are invited.
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The event will feature a spe-
cial program on poison preven-
tion for children, presented by
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at St. Joseph Mercy Hospital —
Pontiac. Cartoons and games
will be included. Handouts for
parents and young people also
will be available.
There is a charge, and friends
are welcome. For reservations,
contact Joyce Lang, 851-6168
evenings;
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hibition at the United Hebrew
Schools main building for the
remainder of January.
Those who provided stamped,
self-addressed envelopes - will
have their entries returned to
them. All other entries may be
claimed at UHS through Feb-
ruary.

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