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February 21, 1986 - Image 78

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-02-21

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79

In 'The Mayfair Shops

Iva Students
n Awards

se.

ei Akiva Group
ns Activities

e B'nei Akiva Mishnah class

meet at 3:45 p.m. Saturday,
wed by a group meeting at
p.m. Both activities will take
e at Young Israel of Green-
. Students in grades six-12
invited.
n Sunday, there will be a
im Katan program upstairs,
oung Israel of Oak-Woods,
program will start at 7 p.m.
re is a nominal fee. Students
ades six-12 are invited.
or information about B'nei
va activities, call Jenny or
id Mandelbaum, 542-7736.

bavitch Plan
rnival For Girls

e Bnos Chabad Youth Di-
on of the Lubavitch organiza-
invite all girls, age 5-12, to
icipate in a carnival to be held
March 2 at 3 p.m. at the
avitcher Center, 14000 W.
e Mile, Oak Park.
ere will be booths and prizes,
ell as a hot dog supper. There
fee.

s' Meeting
Survival

ools For Survival, Part II:
ng It All Together" is. the
e for the 34th Annual Rear-
hildren of Good Will confer=
which will feature Detroit
on basketball star Isiah
as.
e conference was initiated by
reater Detroit Round Table
e National Conference of
tians and Jews and is being
ored by 60 area agencies and
ations. The program will
place at the Mercy College
erence Center, 8 a.m.-2 p.m.
6. There is a charge.
orkshops will focus on
era, conflict resolution,

SPACE,

Jewelers
26325 Twelve Mile Rd.
Southeast corner Northwestern
Behind Gabe's Fruits

YOUTH

oam Koenigsberg and
ahu Stolovitch were the top-
ing students among seventh
eighth graders at Akiva He-
Day School who participated
e annual math contest spon-
d by the Michigan Math-
tics League.
oam is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
mar Koenigsberg of Oak
k, and Eliyahu is the son of Dr.
Mrs. Chaim Stolovitch of
thfield.
igh-scoring students in Aki-
eighth grade included Ron
sler, David Jarcaig, Lori Hal-
stadt and Alisa Guyer.
enth grade: Marcy Morton,
iv Misgav, Steven Greenfield,
hel Karlin and Jordana

a non-sectarian community service for those
men and women who are separated, divorced or
widowed will present a new support group this month:
TUESDAYS, MARCH 4, 11,18 and 25
7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
For those who have someone with a long term illness at
home, for those contemplating placing a loved one in a
nursing home and for those who already have someone
in a nursing home.
We will address many sensitive issues and can support
each other. Please call the SPACE office at 258-6606 to
register. The group will meet at our offices,
30233 Southfield Road, Suite 100
Southfield, Michigan 48076

bruce m. weiss

Mon.-Sat. 10-5:30
Thugs. 10-8:30

health, media, problem solving,
sexuality and violence.
For information, call confer-
ence coordinator Barbara Gray,
869-6306.

353-1424

FT2=ir
RESIMI

I G

SINGLES

NOW BUYING

COMMUNITY NETWORK
FOR • JEWISH SINGLES will

VALERIE
TAYLOR

hear chiropractor Dr. Lanny Lip-
son at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at the
main Jewish Community Center.
Dr. Lipson will speak on "Atti-
tudes Toward Health: A Holistic
Approach." There is a charge. Re-
freshments will be served. For in-
formation, call Jill Cole or Kim
Kusterer, 661-1000, ext. 219.
Drop-in co-ed volleyball is
scheduled for 6:30 and 8 p.m.
Thursdays at the main Jewish
Center. There is a fee. For details
call the physical education de-
partment, 661-1000, ext. 180.
Bowlers are needed for the joint
B'nai B'rith-CNJS bowling
league. The league meets every
other Sunday at Ark Lanes West.
For information, call Mark Sperl-
ing, 477-2786.

GREENWOODS

CAMP FOR BOYS

*

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CAMP FOR GIRLS

Est. 1935

Fashion Resale
is paying cash
for spring and summer
women's clothing
and accessories.
for information
call Mon.-Fri. 12 to 6

Decatur, Michigan

(3 hours from Detroit)

Fine, private camping for your child

Campers, ages 7-15, choose their own activities from a complete and
well-rounded camp program for 4 or 8 weeks.


For details of our program, brochure, or personal interview:
Seeger, Owner-Director
(312) 446-2444 Jerry
1765 Maple St., Northfield, IL 60093

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BODY SERVICE

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Golf Tourney
Aids Dystrophy

Hubert Distributors, Inc. and
Michelob beer will sponsor the
Michelob Winter Charity Golf
Classic for Muscular Dystrophy at
the Golf Tech Center in Pine Lake
Mall.
A foursome can play 18 holes of
golf with their own clubs on an
electronic course. The tourna-
ment runs through May 4.
For information on this exciting
tournament and to reserve a tee
time, call the Golf Tech Center,
851-0811.

Seek Nominees
For Council Posts

Suggested candidates for
Jewish Community Council offi-
cer and executive committee vac-
ancies are being accepted for con-
sideration by the nominating
committee.
Nominees must be delegates to
the Council from a member organ-
ization. Names should be submit-
ted in writing to the Executive Di-
rector, Jewish Community Coun-
cil, 163 Madison, Detroit, 48226.
The annual election will be held
at the May 15 delegate assembly.

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