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Beth Achim Offers
Three Scholarships

Cong. Beth Achim is accept-
ing applications for three
scholarships: the Harry and
Sarah Laker Israel Youth
Scholarship for an academic
year of study at an institution
of higher learning in Israel, the
Samuel and Dora Kobaker
Memorial Scholarship and the
newest scholarship, the gift of
Robert and Gertrude Berman.
The Bermans have provided
for a $2,500 cash award to be
granted for a year's study to a
deserving student at an in-
stitution of higher learning
either in the United States or
Israel provided that the stu-
dent undertakes a program of
Jewish studies at the institu-
tion he/she attends.
The Kobaker scholarship is
available for study on a uni-
versity level in Israel or an
equivalent program such as in
a yeshivah or special cur-
riculum of Jewish studies in Is-
rael.
Scholarship application
forms are available at the Beth
Achim Office, 352-8670. Each
applicant will be invited for a
personal interview and will
appear before a committee. An
applicant can apply for only
one scholarship. Scholarship
winners will be announced in
May.

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Yachad, National Confer-
ence of Synagogue Youth's
program which mainstreams
developmentally disabled
Jewish youth into NCSY, in-
vites teenagers with special
needs to participate in a bowl-
ing and pizza party Saturday
at 8 p.m. at Plum Hollow
Lanes.
The purpose of the Yachad
program is to give develop-
mentally disabled Jews oppor-
tunities to learn about and ex-
perience their heritage in a so-
cial and recreational setting.
NCSY members are given the
opportunity to develop a
greater understanding of the
developmentally disabled and
a sense of communal responsi-
bility for their religious de-
velopment.
Yachad programs will in-
clude Sabbath retreats, learn-
ing groups and social activi-
ties. Together with other
Yachad groups across the na-
tion, summer trips to Israel
and cross-country are planned.
For information, call
Rochelle Stebbins, 967-3300;
or Bayle Landsman, 543-1607.

Youth Program
Funds Available

The Zionist Organization of
America, Metro Detroit Dis-
trict, announces scholarships
are available for the Masada
summer-in-Israel programs.
Nine different programs of-
fering high school and college
youth a 39-day "Israeli Experi-
ence" have been developed by
Israeli and American

educators with emphasis on
exploring Israel's roots and its
social diversity.
Available programs are:
Teenage Camp, Teenage Tour,
Leadership Training Course,
Summer in Moshav, Masada
Kibbutz Program, Masada In-
stitute for Water Sports, Mac-
cabi Institute for Sports Train-
ing, Masada College Seminar
and Masada Student Tour (for
college students only).
Arrangements for bar or bat
mitzvah ceremonies at the
Western Wall will be included
on request. Seminars on the
Holocaust and topics related to
Israel, a sports program at
Kfar Hamaccabiah, one of Is-
rael's largest sport complexes,
and home hospitality with Is-
raeli families are part of the
Masada Program.
For brochures and schol-
arship applications, contact
the Zionist Organization of
America, Detroit office, 569-
1515.

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The BBG Council ten-week
aerobics workout begins 3:15
p.m. Sunday in room 333 of the
main Jewish Community Cen-
ter. The program will continue
through March 22.
Each hour-long session will
be led by a professional
aerobics instructor and con-
clude with a friendship circle
and BBYO songs. For informa-
tion, contact chairman Karyn
Moss, 334-1383. Staff coor-
dinator is Arnold J. Weiner.
The AZA Council Basketball
League will begin Jan. 25, with
games starting at 9 a.m. and 10
a.m., at Oakland Community
College (12 Mile and Orchard
Lake Road). The league will be
divided into two divisions with
inter-divisional play.
Registration for the league
must be done through chapter
presidents. Applications are
available from them or from
the BBYO office. Supplemen-
tary registration will be ac-
cepted through Feb. 11. For in-
formation, contact chairman
Rob Weiss, 626-6618. League
administrator is Dennis Bren-
ner. Staff coordinator is Joel
Colman.

BBG, Women
Plan Joint Event

The Great Lakes BBG Coun-
cil and the B'nai B'rith
Women's Council of Metropoli-
tan Detroit will hold a joint
luncheon program on Feb. 1 in
the multi-purpose room (115)
of the Southfield Civic Center,
26000 Evergreen, at 12:30 p.m.
The theme of the program
will be "The Changing Morals
of Our Society," and the fea-
tured speaker will be Deanne
Ginns Gruenberg, director of
community education for
Womancare. BBG members
are requested to bring their

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