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March 11, 1988 - Image 82

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-03-11

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n 1988

Gabriel Bolkosky, violinist,
Miriam Bolkosky, cellist, and
Andrew Song, pianist, were
the winners of the first
Michigan Young Musicians
Competition at the Jewish
Community Center.
Gabriel Bolkosky is study-
ing with Michael Avsharian
and is the winner of many
awards and competitions. He
has performed with the
Detroit Symphony Orchestra
and community orchestras
and in concerts in this area.
Miriam Bolkosky is a stu-
dent of Jeffrey Solow at the
University of Michigan. At
age 7, she performed at Ken-
nedy Center and Carnegie
Hall. She is the winner of
numerous scholarships,
awards and competitions and
has also performed with the
Detroit Symphony Orchestra
and other community or-
chestras in Michigan. Miriam
and Gabriel Bolkosky are
members of a string quartet
and trio which is coached by
Yitzak Schott-en of the
University of Michigan.
Song is studying with
Mischa Kottler. At the age of
10, Andrew was soloist with
the Detroit Symphony Or-
chestra for a Young People's
Concert. He is also the win-
ner of many compeittions and
placed third in the Interna-
tional Young Keyboard Piano
Competition in Ann Arbor.
The winners will receive
cash prizes and will perform
in a Winners' Concert-at the
Maple/Drake Jewish Corn-
munity Center on June 7 at
7:30 p.m. in the Aaron DeRoy

flapper's Alley
Trip For Kids

Temple Emanu-El's Confir-
mation Class will go to Trap-
per's Alley on March 19. The
group will ride on the People
Mover and finish the evening
with dinner at the Blue Nile.
The Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion will do a community pro-
gram for Temple Emanu-El's
fourth grade on March 30. At
9:30 a.m., Rabbi Lane Ste-
inger, Cantor Norman Rose
and Dr. Margaret Eichner
will meet with parents of
children ,who will become
bar/bat mitzvah during the
1988-1989 school year.
Temple Emanu-El's model
Sedarim will be held on
March 27. Kindergarten
through seventh grade will
hold individual Sedarim at
both 'Thmple Emanu-El and
the Jimmy Prentis Morris
Building at the Jewish Corn-

munity Center. Thachers have
created original Haggadot
based on their classes'
mastery of Hebrew and goals
and objectives of the religious
school. The High School,
grades eight-12, will hold its
model Seder on March 28.

Youth Award
Winners Named

The 43rd annual Youth
Awards Program, sponsored
by the League of Jewish
Women's organizations,
honored 21 youths at Temple
Beth El recently.
The youth awards program
honors those Jewish students
in the Metropolitan Detroit
area who have attained a
high scholastic average, who
have demonstrated strong
commitment to service in the
community and who have
submitted letters of recom-
mendation from those
organizations sponsoring
their entry.
In addition, each applicant
must have written an essay
on the topic "The Jewish
Value System: How It
Operates in American Life
The 21 honorees were:
Naomi Berkove, Sarah
Berkower, Penina
Blumenfeld, Remy Borsand,
Dov Chelst, Joel Finkelman,
Marci Finkelstein, Jeff
Goldsmith, Jennifer Gubkin,
Joel Jackson, Alex Kaplan,
Joanne Klain, Julie
Kowalsky, Jeffrey Meyers, Jon
Reifler, Susan Schlussel,
Tamara Stillman, Joel
Strimling, Robyn Tarnow, Jef-
frey Traurig and Lisa Zager.
Charlotte Nussbaum, chair-
man of the event, announced
that the winner of this year's
award was Naomi Berkove,
with honorable mention go-
ing to Jeffrey Meyers and
Robyn Tarnow. Betty Silver-
farb donated the cash awards.

Teens To Host
Ann Arbor Group

Temple Beth El's seventh
and eighth grades will host
Temple Beth Emeth from
Ann Arbor for an exchange
weekend today through
The weekend will include a
special program tonight by
Jerry Kaye, director of Olin
Sang Ruby Camp Institute,
coordinator of education for
the division of youth ac-
tivities nationally for the
Saturday activities will in-
clude a lunch prepared by the
brotherhood of Temple Beth
El to be followed by a trip to
the Detroit Science Center.

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