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January 30, 1987 - Image 79

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-01-30

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25 DAY TOUR (14 TOURING DAYS)

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for BBG, contact Adele Lewin.
One new AZA and one new
BBG chapter are currently in
formation in the Farmington
Hills-West Bloomfield areas.
The AZA chapter meets on
Thursday nights and the BBG
chapter on Sunday nights.
Anyone interested may contact
Jeff Dwoskin for AZA, 553-
3117; or Sara Voight for BBG,
649-3567.
BBYO announces the elec-
tion of officers of its newest
chapter, Raoul Wallenberg
BBYO of Ann Arbor: Sharon
Kileny, president; Nina Per-
love, vice president; Lara
Wineman, MIT Mom; Dara
Schwager, treasurer: Jessica
Shill, secretary; and Hava
Levitt, reporter. Adviser to the
chapter is Jerry Sorokin.

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BBYO announces its 32nd
annual Israel Summer Insti-
tute will take place late June
through early August. This
six-week study tour offers five
distinct Discovery Plus pro-
grams, each program havings
its own special schedule ac-
cording to its particular orien-
tation.
ISI — Political Paradox will
focus on Israeli and world poli-
tics and government. ISI —
Daber Ivrit will focus on learn-
ing and using Hebrew while on
the trip. ISI — Great Outdoors
will spend additional time hik-
ing, climbing, camping out and
learning about nature and the
land. ISI — Archeological Ad-
venture will spend time on an
archeological dig working
alongside field archeologists.
ISI — Time Tunnel will focus
on relationships of modern Is-
rael with Biblical events and
persons.
Information on all five pro-
grams of the Israel Summer
Institute may be obtained from
the BBYO office, 350-2760.
Scholarship help is available,
with an application deadline of
March 1. The ISI program is
open only to registered mem-
bers of AZA and BBG.
Michigan Region has kicked
off its 1987 membership drive,
which will run through March
31. The theme of the drive is
"BBYO — The Magic Is Here!"
and the goal is for chapters to
reach out to unaffiliated
Jewish youth and bring them
an awareness of all thatBBYO
has to offer.
Those who recruit new
members during the drive will
be invited to participate in a
special BBYO Day at Boblo on
May 31. Each AZA and BBG
chapter has been assigned a
membership goal for chapter
recognition. The drive is being
coordinated by Council Mem-
bership Vice Presidents Sara
Voight and Lorne Gold.
The BBG Council and B'nai
B'rith Women's Council will
hold a joint luncheon program
Sunday at 12:30 p.m. in the
multi-purpose room (115) of
the Southfield Civic Center.
The theme of the program is
"The Changing Morals of Our
Society" and the featured
speaker is Deanne Ginns
Gruenberg, director of educa-
tion for Womancare. All
BBGers and their mothers are
invited. Chairman for the pro-
gram is Lorie Savin of
Shoshanna BBG.
The next meetings of the
AZA and BBG Councils, re-
spectively, will be held 7 p.m.
Monday and Thursday in the
Dubin Meeting Room at the
B'nai B'rith Building. All ap-
plications for the chairman-
ship of the Elections Training
Conclave are due at these
meetings.
Volunteers are being sought
for adviser positions for AZA
and BBG chapters throughout
the Metropolitan Detroit area.
Responsible adults are invited
to call the BBYO office, 350-
2760, for information. For
AZA, contact Joel Colman and

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Akiva Hoopsters
To Tournament

The Akiva Hebrew Day
School basketball team is one
of three yeshiva high school
teams invited to the second
annual basketball tournament
sponsored by the Hebrew
Academy of the Five Towns
and Rockaway (HAFTR), in
Cedarhurst, N.Y., March
26-29.
The Akiva team has recently
come under the sponsorship of
the Elitzur Youth Organiza-
tion, which promotes sports ac-
tivities for Orthodox Jewish
youth in Israel, Europe and
America.
With a 4-1 record so far this
season, the Akiva cagers have
played teams from the AZA,
Southfield-Lathrup High and
the Akiva alumni and faculty.
At the tournament, Akiva
will play against teams from
HAFTR, Yeshiva University
High School (Los Angeles) and
Bloch Yeshiva of St. Louis, Mo.
This year's Akiva team con-
sists of Michael Selesny, cap-
tain., Geoffrey Berdy, Joel Fin-
kelman, Jeffrey Goodstein,
Gabin Hertz, Sidney Katz,
Noam Koenigsberg, Yariv
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The cagers will be accom-
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pal.
To arrange games with the
Akiva team, call Moshe Rose,
557-2458.

Flower Sale

The Young Israel Teens,
NCSY chapter, will hold a
flower sale on Feb. 13. To or-
der, call Elana Chessler, 355-
2221, before Feb. 6. Funds
raised will go to the NCSY
chapter.

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