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January 24, 1986 - Image 81

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BBYO

ose, Brice Win Awards

For the second consecutive
ar, Gen. Maurice Rose AZA
d Fanny Brice BBG achieved
e honor of being the Most Dis-
nguished AZA and BBG Chap-
rs, respectively, at the BBYO
ichigan regional convention
eld recently at the Jewish
ommunity Center. The award
presented to the AZA and
BG chapter that "best partici-
ates in regional convention."
Winners of regional competi-
•on in national BBYO contests
ere: AZA Oratory, David Hac-
am, Herzl AZA, Windsor; AZA
torytelling, Marc Tenenbaum,
olson AZA; BBG Oratory, Beth
atkowsky, Brice BBG; BBG
torytelling, Tammy Feldstein,
chayot BBG; AZA Newspaper,
ose AZA; BBG Newspaper, a
e between Shalom Aviv BBG
nd Shoshanna BB9.
Winners of regional contests
ere: AZA Song, Kishon AZA;
BG Song, Savage BBG; AZA
iterature, Jeff Weinstein,
randeis AZA; AZA Art, Adam
eemon, Chalutzim AZA; AZA
landicrafts, a tie between
dam Leemon, Chalutzim AZA
nd Steve Teper, Rose AZA;
BG Literature, Alana Worth,
eir BBG; BBG Art, Laura
' reenbaum, Aliyah BBG; BBG
andicrafts, a tie between
ichelle Rochlen, Shalom Aviv
it BG, and Manya Borman, Sav-
ge BBG; AZA Photography
black/white), Adam Leemon,
'halutzim AZA; AZA Photog-
aphy (color), Steve Nakisher,
i t randeis AZA; BBG Photog-
aphy (black/white), Beth
I ieberman, Machar BBG; BBG
hotography (color), Emily
Burns, Savage BBG.
Other regional contest win-
ners were: AZA Banner, Jolson
AZA; BBG Banner, Masada
BBG; AZA Film, Jolson AZA;
BBG Film, Glazer BBG; ZA
Bake (cakes), Gary Weigierm n,
Rose AZA; AZA Bake (cookies),
Jeff Serlin, Rose AZA; AZA
Bake (pies and pastry), Ray
Kantor, Jolson AZA; BBG Bake
(cakes), Michelle Rochlen and
Francine Fox, Shalom Aviv
BBG; BBG Bake (cookies), Stacy
Gurecki, Brice BBG; BBG Bake
(pies and pastry), Kim Coleman,
ATiyah BBG.

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Also receiving recognition
were: AZA T-Shirt/Sweatshirt,
Rose AZA; BBG T-Shirt/
Sweatshirt, Shira BBG; AZA
Talent SHow, Rose AZA; BBG
Talent Show, Savage BBG; AZA
Cheer, Kishon AZA; BBG
Cheer, Shira BBG.
In athletic competition, King
AZA won the AZA Basketball
Tournament for the second con-
secutive year while Shalom
Aviv BBG won the BBG vol-
leyball tournament. Maccabee
AZA took the AZA ping pong
competition and Masada BBG
won the BBG ping pong compe-
tition. Rose AZA won the AZA
bowling tournament while Sav-
age BBG won the BBG bowling
tournament.
Jolson AZA, Kishon AZA,
Savage BBG, and Shalom-Aviv
BBG were honored with honora-
ble mentions for the most dis.
tinguished chapter award. All-

out effort awards for chapters
that entered all phases of
regional convention contests and
programs were handed out to
Goode AZA, Jolson AZA, Kishon
AZA, Posen AZA, Rose AZA,
Samson AZA, Aliyah BBG,
Brice BBG, Disraeli BBG,
Machar BBG, Shalom Aviv
BBG, Shira BBG, and Yachad
BBG, Windsor.
The AZA Basketball League
will begin Simday at Oakland
Community College, Orchard
Ridge campus, at 9 a.m. Appli-
cations for the league are avail-
able from all AZA chapter
presidents or from the BBYO
office. Supplemental registration
for the league will be accepted
through Feb. 10. Coordinator of
the basketball league is Lorne
Gold of Akiba AZA. League ad-
ministrator is Dennis Brenner.
Volunteer chapter advisers
from throughout the Metropoli-
tan Detroit area and Windsor
will attend the Advisor Continu-
ing Education Weekend this
weekend at the Charles and
Florence Milan Conference
Centre in Belle River, Ontario,
sponsored by Michigan BBYO.
This annual training retreat for
adult advisers features both
educational sessions and oppor-
tunities for shared consultation
in chapter problem-solving. The
guest speaker for the weekend is
Joe Wittenstein, Chicago BBYO
area director.
The next meeting of the
BBYO board of directors will
take place on Tuesday at the
BBYO office at 8 p.m. The meet-
ing will feature the kickoff of
the annual BBYO board fund
raising. Special guest at the
meeting will be Dr. Sidney
Clearfield, international director
of BBYO. An ecutive commit-
tee meeting ill precede the
regular meeting at 6:30 p.m.

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