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January 29, 1988 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-01-29

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In celebration of Israel's
40th year, B'nei. Akiva will of-
fer a special Mishloach Manot
service to Israel for Purim.
On Saturday, Chevreyah
Zach, grades six-eight will
meet in the home of Michal
Skarf, 22650 Pontchartrain,
Southfield, for a movie night.
The movie will be followed by
a make-your-own-sundae
dessert. For information, call
Judith Schlussel, 557-3810.
The members of the Sunday
Fun Groups, grades one-five,
will take a trip on Sunday to
the Detroit Science Center. A
special program is arranged
for the group, including
hands-on-exhibits, viewing of
the Omnimax film Seasons
and scientific demonstra-
tions. The group will meet at
Young Israel of Southfield at
2:15 p.m. Reservations for the
trip must be made in advance
by calling the B'nei Akiva

Table Tennis
League Formed

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The National Conference of
Synagogue Youth affiliate in
Detroit has formed a table
tennis league, under the
direction of Dr. Joseph
Mantel. It will include train-
ing instruction, formal prac-
tices and tournament play.
Dr. Mantel's daughter,
Michelle, is a four-time Na-
tional Junior Table Tennis
The league is open to all
Jewish teenagers between the
ages of 13 and 17. Those teens
who qualify will be invited to
participate with the
Metropolitan Detroit Table
Tennis team to this- 1988 Mac-
cabi games August in
Chicago. The firs meeting of
the league will take place on
Feb. 28 in the home of Dr.
Mantel, 21819 Constitution,
Southfield at 7 p.m.
On Sunday, NCSY will visit
the maternity ward at Sinai
Hospital. The event will be
proceeded by a short discus-
sion of the mitzvah of bikur
cholim, visiting the sick.
After visiting the hospital
members will go to the Kafe
Katon in Oak Park for a piz-
za dinner. The group will
meet at 2:30 p.m. at Young
Israel of Greenfield.
On Wednesday, NCSY will
have its annual bowl-a-thon
fund raiser at 6:30 p.m. at
Hartfield Lanes in Berkley.
NCSY'es are sponsored for a
certain amount per point as
they bowl a total of three
games. Anyone interested in

sponsoring a NCSY'er should
contact Naomi Berkove,
557-0232; or Ari Schochet,
357-1666. Proceeds will go for
NCSY programs.
NCSY will go on a ski trip
to Mt. Brighton on Feb. 7.
Buses will leave at 1:30 p.m.
from Yeshivat Akiva. The cost
for the event includes
transportation, all equip-
ment, chair lift and rope tow
as well as hourly instruction
for those who need it. Reser-
vations are required.
Applications are being ac-
cepted for the NCSY Nor-
thern District Shabbaton
which,. will take place Feb.
19-21 in Pittsburgh, Pa. The
theme of the weekend is
"Purim in the '80s," and will
feature a live Jewish rock
band, educators from across
the Eastern part of the U.S.
and a select advisory staff
comprised of college and
yeshivah students from
throughout the country. The
Detroit delegation will join
NCSY'ers from Cleveland and
NCSY's Chumash and
Nosh class meets every Mon-
day at Young Israel of
Southfield at 7;30 p.m. The
class is open to all interested
Jewish teens between the
ages of 13 and 17 regardless
of previous religious training.
For information or reserva-
tions, call Rabbi Mark Cohn
at the NCSY regional office,

Tu B'Shevat
Seder Planned

The Fresh Air Society will
present a Tu B'Shevat pro-
gram for kindergarten
through seventh grades in the
. Esther Katzman Social Hall
of Temple Emanu-El on
J.E.F.F., Jewish Experience
for Families, with support
from the newly established
J.E.F.F. Committee of Temple
Emanu-El, will create a Tu
B'Shevat Seder for fourth-
sixth graders and their
families. The Seder will take
place on Wednesday at 5:30
p.m. in the Katzman Hall.
M.S.T.Y, Michigan State
Temple Youth, will have a
winter conclave at Temple
Emanu-El the weekend of
Feb. 5-7. The weekend will see
temple youth groups from the
Michigan region par-
ticipating in services, Oneg
Shabbat, song sessions,
educational programming
and friendship circle. All
members will be housed in
private homes in the area.
Various arms of Temple
Emanu-El will be providing

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