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January 23, 1987 - Image 88

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-01-23

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Al Jolson AZA, Benjamin
Disraeli BBG, and Shalom
Aviv BBG were named the
Most Distinguished Chapters
at the Michigan BBYO
regional convention, held re-
cently at the Jewish Commu-
nity Center. The award is pre-
sented to AZA and BBG chap-
ters that "best participates in
regional convention." Disraeli
BBG and Shalom Aviv BBG
tied for their award.
About 535 delegates from
Metropolitan Detroit, Ann
Arbor and Windsor, Ont., par-
ticipated in the convention.
Winners of regional compe-
tition in national BBYO con-
tests were: AZA Oratory; Gary
Weisserman, Rose AZA; AZA
Storytelling; Avi Friedman,
Rose AZA; BBG Oratory;
Wendy Goldstein, Shira BBG;
BBG Storytelling; Tammy
Feldstein, Achayot BBG; AZA
Newspaper; Kishon AZA; BBG
Newspaper; Shoshanna BBG.
Winners of regional contests
were: AZA Song; Posen AZA;
BBG Song; Shira BBG; AZA
Literature; Jeff Zonder,
Kishon AZA; BBG Literature;
Susan Katz; Achayot BBG;
AZA Art; Jeff Zonder, Kishon
AZA; BBG Art; Melissa
Lebowitz, Savage BBG; BBG
Handicrafts; Michelle
Rochlen, Shalom Aviv BBG;
AZA Handicrafts; Adam
Leemon, Akiba AZA; AZA
Photography (Black/White);
David Schecter, Brandeis
AZA; BBG Photography
(Black/White); Beth Lieber-
man, Machar BBG; AZA
Photography (Color); Hugh
Goodman, Posen AZA; BBG
Photography (Color); Heather
Bell, Disraeli BBG.
Other Regional contest win-
ners were: AZA Banner;
Kishon AZA; BBG Banner;
Aliyah BBG; AZA Movie/
Video; Jolson AZA; BBG
Movie/Video; Machar BBG;
AZA Bake (Cakes); Lorne
Brown, Jolson AZA; BBG Bake
(Cakes); Jennifer Weiss, Shira
BBG; AZA Bake (Cookies);
Gary Lakind, Akiba AZA;
BBG Cake (Cookies); Stacy
Dobrusin, Zahav BBG; AZA
Bake (Pies and Pastries); Scott
Oberman, Posen AZA; BBG
Bake (Pies and Pastries); De-
bbie Biederman, Achayot
BBG.
Also receiving recognition
were: AZA T-Shirt/Sweatshirt;
Akiba AZA; BBG T-Shirt/
Sweatshirt; Machar BBG; AZA
Talent Show;, Jolson AZA;
BBG Talent Show; Shalom
Aviv BBG; AZA Cheer; Jolson
AZA; BBG Cheer; Shira BBG.
In athletic competition,
Samson AZA won the basket-
ball tournament while Shalom
Aviv BBG won the volleyball
tournament for the second con-
secutive year. Posen AZA took
the AZA ping pong competi-
tion, and Masada BBG won the
BBG ping pong competition for
the second consecutive year.
King AZA won the AZA bowl-
ing tournament while Brice
BBG won the BBG bowling
tournament.
Honorable mentions for the

Most Distinguished Chapter
Award went to Posen AZA,
Rose AZA, Glazer BBG, and
Masada BBG.
All-Out Effort Awards for
chapters that entered all
regional convention contests
and programs were handed out
to Akiba AZA, Brandeis AZA,
Chagall AZA, Jolson AZA,
Kishon AZA, Posen AZA, Rose
AZA, Samson AZA, Aliyah
BBG, Brice BBG, Disraeli
BBG, Glazer BBG, Masada
BBG, Shalom Aviv BBG and
Shoshanna BBG.
The AZA Basketball League
will begin Sunday, and will
meet on consecutive Sundays
through April. Games will be
played at Oakland Community
College, Orchard Ridge cam-
pus, at 9 a.m. Applications for
the league are available from
all AZA chapter presidents or
from the BBYO office.
Supplementary registration
for the league will be accepted
through Feb. 9. Coordinator of
the AZA Basketball League is
Rob Weiss of Hart AZA.
League administrator is De-
nnis Brenner.
Volunteer chapter advisers
from throughout the Met-
ropolitan Detroit area, Ann
Arbor and Windsor will attend
the Adviser Continuing Edu-
cation Weekend this weekend
at the 'Charles and Florence
Milan BBYO Conference
Centre in Belle River, Ont.
This annual training retreat
for adult advisers features both
educational sessions and op-
portunities for shared consul-
tation in chapter problem-
solving. The guest speaker for
the weekend is Marlene Zakai
of Washington, D.C., the
newly-appointed BBYO inter-
national director of program
services.
Applications are being ac-
cepted by the AZA annd BBG
Councils for the chairmanship
of the forthcoming Elections
Training Conclave, May 15-17,
at Camp Maas. All members of
AZA and BBG are eligible to
apply, and applications are due
at the AZA and BBG Council
meetings Feb. 2 and 5 respec-
tively. For information, con-
tact Council Vice Presidents
Adam Larky, 398-7214; or
Jacki Lober, 544-1301.

Akiva Student
Tops In Math

Dov Chelst, a tenth-grade
student at Akiva Hebrew Day
School, finished in the top five
percent of the over 23,000 high
school students in Michigan
who took Part I of the 13th An-
nual Michigan Mathematics
Prize Competition.
Dov and about 1,000 other
students will compete in the
second and final part of the
competition.
The competition is sponsored
by the Michigan Section of the
Mathematical Association of
America.
Dov is the son of Dr. Kenneth
and Dr. Tamy Chelst of Oak
Park.

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