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January 15, 1988 - Image 91

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-01-15

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B'nei Akiva To Host
A Mini-Shabbaton

This weekend B'nei Akiva
will host a mini-Shabbaton
for youth in Shevet Dror
(grade ten) and Shevet
HeChalutz (grade 11). The
weekend will revolve around
the special B'nei Akiva Sum-
mer Programs, including
Mach Hach Ba'Aretz-Summer
in Israel and also Seminar
Summer at the Torah
Va'Avoda Institute.
Guest speakers will be Yitz-
chak Feigenbaum, national
director of B'nei Akiva; and
Jay Wolf, head of the Mach
Hach Ba'Aretz program.
Members of Chevereyah Bet
(high school) are invited to an
Oneg Shabbat at 7:30 p.m. to-
day at Young Israel of Green-
field. Walking groups will be
On Saturday, the B'nei
Akiva Players will perform at
Young Israel of Oak-Woods'
melave malka at 8 p.m.
Members of the dance troupe,

performing two original
dances are: Rachel Perl, Ilana
Forst, Michal Brickman,
Rebecca Tytel, Dena Kresch,
Rachel Wolkinson, Rechelle
Winkler, Shifra Singal and
Dena Rothstein.
Presenting a playlet entitl-
ed The Carob Tree will be:
Gadi Perl, Brian Schon,
Daniel Forst, David Wolkin-
son and Tzvi Kresch. The en-
tire cast of B'nei Akiva
Players will also perform a
medley of Hebrew folk songs.
On Sunday, B'nei Akiva
Juniors-Chevreyah Zach
(grades six-eight) will hold its
opening event, ice skating, to
be followed by a pizza party.
The group will meet at the
Young Israel of Southfield at
3:30 p.m. for transportation to
the Oak Park Compuware Ice
Arena. After the event, elec-
tions will be held. For infor-
mation, contact the B'nei
Akiva office, 967-3742.

Beth Achim Youth
Plan Special Service

Youth Services are held on
Shabbat mornings and on
Jan. 30, Shabbat Hanoar
(youth shabbat) will be
observed in the main sanc-
tuary. Any young person in-
terested in taking part in
Shabbat Hanoar should con-
tact Carolyn L. Cutler or
Cantor Max Shimansky,
352-8670. There will be a lun-
cheon following Shabbat
Hanoar at about 12:30 p.m.
Lahav United Synagogue
Youth will have an Oneg
shabbat today at 7:30 p.m. For
information, contact Mitch
Klausner, cultural vice presi-
dent, 355-3027.
Kadima Junior USY will
hold election of officers on
Jan. 24 at 1 p.m. at Beth
Achim. Youth who are in-
terested in running for an of-
fice should contact the youth
department, 352-8679. Bring
a dairy lunch.
B'nai Mazal will meet Sun-
day at the synagogue at 2:15
p.m. For information, contact
Mara Staller, adviser,
557-8315. The group will go
to Bonaventure. There is a fee.
Friends are invited.
B'nai Mazal will have a
movie day at Mara Staller's
home on Jan. 31 at 2 p.m.
Call Mara for details,
Beth Achim's youth depart-
ment has joined Jewish Ex-
periences for Families

(J.E.F.F.) in a program for pre-
schoolers through second
graders called, Sefer Safari.
The program is designed to
encourage families to share
Jewish books with their
children. For details, contact
Judy Lawson, Beth Achim
librarian, 352-8670; or
Harlene Appelman,

Torah Center
Targets Youth

The Bais Chabad Torah
Center has resumed its rDzivos
Hashem Youth Group for
children ages 6-11. The youth
groups are geared towards
giving children a fun time
within the context of a Torah
Mrs. Rochel Wineberg will
direct the program. She will
be aided by Remy Borsand,
Jamie Ruby and Chanie
There will be two groups:
one age 6-8, the other age
9-11. The first meeting will
take place at the Torah
Center on Sunday at 2 p.m.
The groups will meet each
month at the Bais Chabad
Center. Periodically, the
children will go on field trips.
For information, call Rabbi
Elimelech Silberberg,

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