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April 18, 1986 - Image 98

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-04-18

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At the recent Central Region
United Synagogue • Youth
(CRUSY) regional convention in
Columbus, Ohio, Ruth Tessler
was honored as the "Most Out-
standing USYer in the CRUSY
Region." She is president of the
Beth Abraham Hillel Moses
chapter,
The chapter received an hon-
orable mention for. its "Horse-
back Riding in the Mud" social,
was recognizable as the "Most
Improved Chapter in the
CRUSY Region" and won an
award for increasing chapter
membership by 20 percent.
There is still time to enroll in
the chapter. The chapter is
planning a fund-raising "Lox
Box" May 11. For details, con-
tact the synagogue, 851-6880.

663-2.511



BEKJ NOON. PIERS

THE AMERICAN HIGH SCHOOL
PROGRAM IN ISRAEL
THAT WILL CHANGE YOUR LIFE . . .

The American High School Program at Kfar Silver Campus offers:
• An American High School Curriculum
• An Intensive Study of Hebrew, Jewish History and Literature.
•• An in-depth study of contemporary Israel through trips, seminars
and extracurricular activities.
• All courses necessary to meet requirements of United States
High Schools. 10th and 11th grades only.

The School is under the supervision of the Israel Ministry of Educa-
tion and Youth Aliyah
ELIGIBILITY: Good Scholastic Record
TUITION AND DORMITORY: $2,800 per school year plus transportation
to Israel
Scholarships are available. Early applicants will receive special con-
sideration.

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games for the holiday. Youth
services will also be held on
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April 26. Services begin at 10
a.m. A special Passover kiddush
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people in attendance.
For information on B'nai
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Joyce Lang at the synagogue,
557-8210.



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Temple Students
Have Sedarim

The students in kindergarten
through eighth grade at Temple
Emanu-El are preparing for the
religious school's model sedarim.
On Sunday at 9:30 a.m., grades
kindergarten-three will hold
their Seder in the Patricia Mod-
ell Youth Lounge. The Seder
will be led by Cantor Norman
Rose.
At the same time, grades
four-eight will have their Seder,
led by Rabbi Lane Steinger, in
the Esther Katzman Social Hall.
All food preparations are being
handled by Seder chairman Les-
lie London of the temple P.T.O.
and the temple sisterhood. The
Sedarim are only open to the
students in the religious school.

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Detroiter Wins
CRUSY Award

• SLEEK•CHIC•'80'S•

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Sally Reinicke has been ap-
pointed to coordinate the opera-
tions of the Jewish Community
Council's Program Service and
Information Department, housed
at United Hebrew Schools.
The department assists com-
munity organizations in plan-
ning Jewish content programs.
For information, call Ms.
Reinicke, 352-6166.

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