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June 13, 1986 - Image 90

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-06-13

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, June 13, 1986

THIS
FATHER'S DAY
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Five students at Akiva Hebrew
Day School were named winners
in the 1985-1986 Detroit Free
Press Writing Awards Contest.
First-place winners were Dov
Chelst, ninth .grade, essay-junior
division; and Alisa Guyer, eighth
grade, essay-junior division.
Dov is the son of Dr. Kenneth
and Dr. Tamy Chelst of Oak
Park, and Alisa is the daughter of
Dr. and Mrs. Martin Guyer of
Southfield.
Three Akiva students were
third-place winners: Sharon Be-
res, 10th grade, essay-sehior di-
vision; Elizabeth Schreiber,
seventh grade, poetry-junior di-
vision; Joel Strimling, ninth
grade, poetry-junior division.
Sharon is the daughter of Dr.
and Mrs. William Beres of South-

Students Pursue
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Attending the awards presentation were, from left: Mary Jane Wall,
Akiva assistant principal; Sharon Beres; Alisa Guyer; Rabbi Shmuel
Lopin, Akiva principal; Elizabeth Schreiber; 'Dov Chelst; Joel
Strimling; Nancy Kelley of the Detroit Free Press.

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Cong. Beth Abraham Hillel
Moses recently honored several
students for pursuing Jewish
studies during summer.
They are: Camp Kfar Ivri, De-
borah Kovsky, Susan Kovsky,
Jason Kleinberg and Lisa Stone;
Camp Ramah in Canada, Alissa
Citron, Matthew Citron, Danny
Storchan and David Tessler;
counselor at Camp Ramah in
Canada, Rachel Tessler; coun-
selor at Camp Ramah in Wiscon-
sin, Susan Bakst and Ruth Tes-
sler; B'nai B'rith Youth Mission
to Israel, Allan Cohen and Gary
Lavine.

Temple Students
Take Third Place

At the recent Yediat Yisrael
(Israel Knowledge Quiz), held at
the Jewish Community Center of
Metropolitan Detroit in honor of
Israel Independence Day, three
students from the Birmingham
Temple took third place.
Winners were seventh graders
Jeremy Green, Michael Ober and
Joel Pittman. Sheila Millman is
school principal.

field, Elizabeth is the daughter of
Dr. and Mrs. Bert Schreiber of
Southfield; Joel is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. David Strimling of
Southfield.

Hillel Students
Plan Graduation

The 14 members of the Class of
1986 of Hillel Day School will
graduate Sunday in commence-
ment exercises to be held in Far-
mington Hills. The graduates
will be addressed by Rabbi
Robert Abramson, the school's
headmaster, who has been on
sabbatical in Jerusalem during
the 1985-1986 school year. Newly
installed President Dan Guyer
will also offer his greetings to the
class. The commencement will be
preceded by a Shachrit service ez
9:30 a.m., also at the school.
The members of the graduating
class include: Edward Alterman,
Julie Feldman, Joseph Green,
Trevor Hart, Ariana Jackier ,
Mitchell Klausner, Michael
Langwald, Reva Nelson, Rona
Schaver, David Schechter
Jeremy Shere, Leeat Shevach
Susan Tam and David Tessler.

Temple Has
Graduation

At its recent Shavuot service
the Birmingham Temple for
mally welcomed its kindergar,
teners into the first grade.
They are: Heather Borin, Re
becca Fried, David Golden, Jes
sica Gorchow, Ashley Greenberg
Jared Gross, Joel Haas, Heathe
Kahn, Jeremy Leichman, Ri&
Lichtman, Robbie Liebowitz
Daniel Roth, Dorothy Slade an
Janna Tremblay.
Students in grades one througl
nine, along with the Hebre
classes, were graduated to tL
next grade and were all pre
sented with certificates o
achievement by Rabbi Sherwi:
Wine.

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