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October 30, 1987 - Image 92

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-10-30

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Students Hear
Russian Rabbi

Students of the Community
Jewish High School will join
together Sunday with
students at Cong. Shaarey
Zedek for breakfast and a lec-
ture by Rabbi Leonid
Feldman, Midrasha 1987
Bargman
scholar-in-residence.
Rabbi Feldman will speak
on his life in Russia as a
refusenik as well as his
transformation to a commit-
tee Jew outside of the Soviet
Union.
Rabbi Feldman holds a
Master of Science degree in
physics with a minor in
theater arts from the
Kishinev Institute and the
Scientific Seminar of Aliyah
Activists and Refuseniks.
In addition, he earned his
Bachelor of Hebrew Letters
degree at the University of
Judaism in Los Angeles and
his master's degree at the
Hebrew University in
Jerusalem. He was ordained
as a Conservative rabbi at the
Jewish Theological Seminary
of America.

Soviet Rabbi
Is Oneg Guest

♦ • •

Adat Shalom United
Synagogue Youth invites all
Detroit area youth to meet
Rabbi Leonid Feldman, the
first Soviet refusenik ordain-
ed as a Conservative rabbi,
for a special Oneg Shabbat
and discussion 8 p.m. today
(Oct. 30 is correct date) at
Adat Shalom Shiffman
Chapel. The rabbi will speak
to the youth and answer ques-
tions about experiencing anti-
Semitism and imprisonment
as a Soviet Jew.

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FRIDAY, OCT. 30, 1987

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NCSY Attends
Shabbaton

A delegation of more than
30 National Conference of
Synagogue Youth members
from Detroit will attend the
NCSY Northern District
Shabbaton today at the
Taylor Road Synagogue in
Cleveland, Ohio.
Included in the Detroit
group are: Esther Bodzin,
Noam Koenigsberg, Victor
Biletsky, Marcy Morton,
Regional President Julie
Kowalksy, Nancy Berman,
Ben Berris, Judy Schussel,
Jamie Pearlberg, Jordana
Morse and chapter presidents
Naomi Berkove and Ari
Schochet.
Also: Jonathan Prostak,
Abby Eisenberg, Amy Berris,
Sharon Starr, Amy Sabbota,
Nicole Mantel, David Her-

man, David Berkower, Gabi
Albert, Gabriella Burman,
Debbie Biletstien, Raffi
Zuroff, David Schlessel, Dan-
ny Nieman, and regional vice
president Joel Kruger. The
group will be chaperoned by
Steve Katz, a member of the
shabbaton's advisory staff.
Upcoming events include
the continuation of the week-
ly learning group which takes
place at 7:30 p.m. Mondays at
Young Israel of Southfield.

B'nei Akiva
Plans Weekend

B'nei Akiva's ninth grade
Shevet has begun plans for a
regional Shevet weekend to
be held in Detroit in early
February. Ninth graders from
Chicago, Cleveland, Pitt-
sburgh and St. Louis will join
the local Shevet for a
weekend of both social events
and education sessions.
In preparation for the Shab-
baton, the Detroit Shevet will
offer a Shabbat-a-gram ser-
vice, chaired by Nancy Ber-
man and Abby Eisenberg.
Members will be able to send
special Shabbat telegrams to
friends both locally and out of
town. There is a charge for
this service. Contact Ms. Ber-
man, 352-2020, for details.
Benny Appel, B'nei Akiva's
local shaliach, will attend a
national B'nei Akiva con-
ference this week in New
York. He will explore new
possibilities offered by the na-
tional board to further
enhance the local B'nei Akiva
chapter.

Colman Leaves
BBYO Position

Joel Colman, Michigan
BBYO assistant director, will
leave the agency in November
to assume the position of
regional director of the BBYO
program in St. Louis.
Colman, who has served
Michigan BBYO since August
1985, will direct the Mid-
America Region program out
of the Jewish Community
Center in St. Louis.
There will be a "fun night"
at Compuware in Oak Park
on Nov. 14. There will be a
live band, kosher food and a
variety of sports activities.
The evening is planned in
conjunction with the Akiva
Hebrew Day School.
NCSY will go apple picking
followed by a hay ride on Nov.
15, weather permitting.
The weekend of Nov. 20-21,
all local NCYSers are invited
to a special Shabbat at Young
Israel of Southfield. The
theme will be "Jerusalem:
Eye of the Universe," and will

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