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January 08, 1988 - Image 74

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-01-08

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NCSY To
Visit Laseria

National Conference of
Synagogue Youth's Detroit
group will meet at 7 p.m.
Saturday at the Young Israel
of Southfield, to attend
Laseria at the Cranbrook
Science Museum. The fee in-
cludes round-trip transporta-
tion plus the price of
admission.
After the presentation the
group will go to Sarah's
kosher deli.
The program is open to any
teenager, regardless of Jewish
background, between 8th and
12th grades.
NCSYers from throughout
the Detroit area will travel
Jan. 22 to a special Shab-
baton for 5th to 7th graders in
Cincinnati, Ohio. The theme
of the weekend will be "Israel
in our Lives."
NCSY will conduct its
weekly Shabbat group pro-
gram beginning at 3:45 p.m.
Saturday. Shabbat groups are
geared for youngsters in the
1st through 6th grades.
NCSY will conduct a
special shiur (class) on Par-
shat Va'era, 7:30 p.m. Monday
at Young Israel of Southfield.
The class will be given by
Rabbi Mark Cohn, regional
director of Central East
NCSY and is open to any
teenager in the 8th through
12th grade. Refreshments will
be served and there is no
charge.
For information, contact
Rabbi Cohn, 967-3300.

B'nei Akiva
Juniors Begun

B'nei Akiva has establish-
ed a division for youth in
grades six, seven, and eight.
The B'nei Akiva Juniors will
be based at the Young Israel
of Southfield, and will meet
each month for fun activities
and special trips. The Juniors
will also participate in an
oneg Shabbat program in
which relevant topics and
educational and entertaining
programs will be offered.
For the opening event of the
B'nei Akiva Juniors, the
group will meet at the Young
Israel of Southfield on Jan. 17
for a day of ice skating. The
group will leave for the Com-
puware Ice Arena at 3:30 p.m.
Following the skating, the
group will be treated to a piz-
za party and will return to
Young Israel at 6:30 p.m.
For information regarding
this and other B'nei Akiva
Juniors events, contact ad-
viser Noam Koenigsberg,
968-7462, or the B'nei Akiva
office, 967-3742.

During January, David
Mandelbaum, boger B'nei
Akiva, will be representing
the Detroit chapter in the in-
ternational B'nei Akiva con-
vention in Jerusalem.
The elementary group of
B'nei Akiva (grades 1-5) will
meet for fun groups at Young
Israel of Southfield 2-3:30
p.m. Sunday. Participants will
develop original songs, skits
and dances for performance
at a melaveh malkah Jan. 16
at Young Israel of Oak Woods.
Jan. 15-17, B'nei Akiva will
host a mini-shabbaton for
10th and 11th graders in-
terested in B'nei Akiva sum-
mer programs. Yitzchak
Feigenbaum, national direc-
tor of B'nei Akiva, will speak
to the 10th graders on the
Mach-Hach Ba'Aretz — Sum-
mer in Israel program, and
will address-the 11th graders
on the Torah Va'Avoda
Institute.

Tamarack Offers
Summer Camps

Tamarack Camps (Fresh
Air Society) will offer several
programs this summer.
A two-week mini-camp at
Camp Maas will be offered to
kids entering 6th grade. Ses-
sions begin June 26 and July
10.
Camp Maas will also host
a "Live and Learn Leader-
ship Program" for entering
11th graders. Participants
will live together in their
own village unit and be in-
volved in advanced camping
and leadership development
experiences.
A nine-day mini-camp for
children ,entering 2nd grade
will be held at Camp
Tamarack at Brighton.
Separate nine-day mini-
camps in sports, aquatics, arts
and nature crafts, drama and
dance will be offered to
children entering 3rd-5th
grades, beginning June 21
and 30. In addition, the camp
will offer three 19-day ses-
sions for children entering
2nd-5th grades, beginning
June 21, July 12, and Aug. 2.
Camp Maas at Ortonville
will offer a 26-day program
for youth entering 6th-8th
grades. Activity areas include
a ropes course, climbing
tower, Smokier Pioneer Skills
Center, Bargman arts and
crafts shops and Sobell and
Rodecker Waterfronts.
Four-week specialized pro-
grams at Camp Maas include
Kfar Ivri (entering 6th-9th
graders), a Hebrew speaking
program with emphasis on
Jewish cultural activities,
dance village (entering
6th-8th graders), and
horseback-riding ranch

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