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October 31, 1986 - Image 9

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-10-31

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Greater Detroit USY will
host the Center Area Kinnus
of Central Region United
Synagogue Youth Thursday
through Nov. 9. More than
200 representatives will come
from Ann Arbor, Cleveland,
Flint, Grand Rapids,
Kalamazoo, Louisville,
Pittsburgh, Toledo, and the
Detroit area.
The convention committee
has selected the theme of:
"Conservative Judaism — the
First 100 Years" in honor of
the Jewish Theological Semi-
nary's 100th anniversary
which is being observed this
weekend.
Study group leaders for the
weekend are: Lisa Adler,
Cantor Samuel Greenbaum,
Debbie Kamins, Marvin Kas-
soff, Karen Krioppow, Ronald
Leff, Alicia Nelson, Rabbi
David Nelson, Ian Rabb and
Rabbi Stanley Rosenbaum.
Thursday evening's pro-
gram will be hosted by Adat
Shalom USY. Registration,
Maariv, and orientation will
be followed by a special pro-
gram. Friday morning's pro-
gram will be hosted by Beth
Achim USY.
Following Shacharit the
USYers will tour the Pontiac
Fiero plant and go to the
Franklin Cider Mill for
lunch. The delegates will re-
convene at 4:30 p.m. at Beth
Shalom for candle lighting,
Kabbalat Shabbat, Maariv,
dinner, study groups and an
Oneg Shabbat.
Detroit USYers will pre-
sent the play Shabbat on
Trial at the oneg. Shabbat
morning services and lunch
will also be hosted by Beth
Shalom USY: Following
lunch the group will walk to
B'nai Moshe for study groups,
seudah shlisheet, Maariv and
Havdalah.
The Nov. 8 social will be
held at Beth Abraham Hillel
Moses. It will feature Howard
Bloomberg as D.J. and com-
puter portraits. The theme
for the dance is "Hard Rock
Cafe." The Nov. 9 program
will take place at -Shaarey
Zedek. Shachrit will be fol-
lowed by a special social ac-
tion project for Soviet Jewry
and a brunch.
Robert Bloomberg and Do-
reen. Tepman are serving as
the USY co-chairmen and
Miss Knoppow, Northwest
Area field worker for
CRUSY, is coordinating the
kinnus.
The following USYers are
serving as committee chair-
men: Dori Singer, Ellen
Knoppow, Carl Raboi, Larry
Tepman, Alex Greenbaum,
Jeff Meyers, Seth Meisler,
Cindy Friedman, Avi Fried-
man, Ron Meisler, David
Tessler, David Siegal, Eddie
Sugarman, David Bernard,
Rachel Schey, Brian
Rosenblatt, Beth Bodzin,
Bruce Millman, Susan Tam,
Mark Provizer, Barrett Zeff,
Michael Pont, Howard Appel,
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Youth To Visit
Holocaust Center

An interfaith youth sym-
posium on the Holocaust will
take place at 9 a.m., Nov. 19,
at the Jewish Community
Center in West Bloomfield
wih tours of the Holocaust
Memorial Center as well as
workshops and meetings with
survivors. Highlight of this
symposium, sponsored by the
Jewish Community Council
and the Greater Detroit In-
terfaith Round Table/NCCJ
in cooperation with the
Holocaust Memorial Center
and the Jewish Community
Center, is the showing of
Memoir of a Survivor featur-
ing actor Robert Clary. The
film provides an historical
overview of the events lead-
ing to the Nazi terror and
gives a survivor's first-person
account.
More than 150 students
from area public and private
high schools are expected to
attend the sessions whose
purpose is to increase the
young people's awareness of
the lessons of the Holocaust
and give them an under-
standing of the need to com-
bat prejudice and stereotyp-
i ng.
Representing the Jewish
community on the Interfaith
Coordinating Committee are
Zelda Robinson, the Jewish
Community
Council's
Holocaust
subcommittee
chairman; Adele Lewin of
BBYO; Selma Silverman and
Pat Bircoll of the Holocaust
Memorial Center; Dr. John
Mames; and Miriam Schey,
community affairs associate
for the Jewish Community
Council.

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Adat Shalom Synagogue
will begin its Lunch and
Learn With the Rabbi series
at 11:45 a.m. Wednesday in
the synagogue.
The series continues on
Dec. 3, Jan. 7, Feb. 4, March
4, April 1, and May 20.
In December, the guest
speaker will be Michael
Brooks, director of the Hillel
Foundation at the University
of Michigan.
In January, Rabbi David
Nelson of Cong. Beth Shalom
will speak on "The Bintel
Brief." At the last session in
May, Rabbi Spectre will de-
scribe the life of Rabbi Israel
Friedlander as portrayed in a
new book by Bayla Round
Shargel.
Advance Reservations are
required. There is a fee which
includes lunch.

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