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April 22, 1988 - Image 102

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-04-22

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FRIDAY, 'APRIL 22/1988.

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On Mother's Day, May 8,
the Young Israel Teens
chapter of the National Con-
ference of Synagogue Youth
will deliver breakfast in bed
to mothers in Oak Park,
Southfield and West
Bloomfield.
The program is called "Lox
Box" and can be ordered by
calling the regional NCSY of-
fice 967-3300. Those who
order will receive a quart of
orange juice, a quart of milk,
four bagels, eight ounces of
cream cheese, and three
ounces of lox. All milk pro-
ducts are Cholov Yisroel. Lox
Boxes will be delivered before
11 a.m. on Mother's Day.
Participants in the annual
NCSY Yom Haatzmaut
celebration were: Ari
Schochet, Joey Selesny, Julie
Kowalsky, Naomi and Dan
Berkove, Sarah and David
Berkower, Esther Bodzin,
Stephanie Rose, Nicole
Mantel, Sharon Starr, Jason
Bronstein, Joel Kruger, Vic-
tor and Andy Beletsky, Missy
Kalman, Abbie Eisenberg,
Noam Koenigsberg, Gabi
Albert, and Deja Dominguez.
The celebration was co-
sponsored by Young Israel,
Mizrachi, Yeshivat Akiva and
B'nei Akiva.
A regional convention steer-
ing committee has been form-
ed by members of the Detroit
NCSY groups to begin
preparing for the Central
East Regional Convention
which will take place May
27-30 at Camp Nahilu in Or-
tonville. The Detroit NCSY
will host more than 200
teenagers from Cleveland,
Pittsburgh, Columbus, Cin-
cinnati, Dayton, Louisville
and Indianapolis. Sub-
committees which are being
formed include banner, scrap-
book, video, song and cheer,
decorations and banquet.

B'nei Akiva
Teen Shabbat

B'nei Akiva teens will
spend this Shabbat at Young
Israel of Southfield for a
leadership training seminar.
The group will hold Shab-
bat services and will par-
ticipate in intensive youth
leadership development
sessions.
Nitsana Bellehsen, the
educational director for B'nai
Akiva, and Yitzchak Feigen-
baum, national director for
the group, will lead the
weekend activity roster. -
This Shabbat marks the
opening of the B'nei Akiva
Young Israel Shabbat groups.

Special Oneg Shabbat and
Seudah Shlisit are scheduled
for the Chevreyah Zach group
of sixth through eighth
graders who live in the
Southfield area. The Zach
group will also meet on Sun-
day afternoon for an event of
miniature golf. For reserva-
tions, call Judith Schlussel at
557-3810.

Students Create
Jewish Market

In celebration of Israel In-
dependence Day, students in
grades three, four and five
will create a machaneh
Yehuda — a Jewish market —
followed by a service at the
kotel May 8 at Temple Israel.
Students will act both as
proprietors and shoppers, and
each class will visit the
marketplace to shop for
Shabbat.
All money collected will go
to plant trees in Israel. The
project is open to the public.

Yachad To Take
Mystery Ride

Beth Shalom Yachad will
sponsor a mystery bus ride
Sunday, beginning at
11:45 a.m. in the synagogue
youth lounge. Children in
grades three-five are invited
and must bring a bag lunch.
There is a charge. For reser-
vations, contact Joyce Lang,
851-6168.
Upcoming events include a
go-kart/miniature golf outing
and a Detroit Tigers baseball
game on June 5.

Ron Letwinski
Wins Contest

Ron Letwinski, a eupho-
nium player, was a $100 win-
ner in Harrison High School
Band and Orchestra Boosters'
annual scholarship award
competition. He performed
Two Spanish Dances by
Ostransky.

""'l LOCAL NEWS hi

Scoliosis Group
Has Meeting

The board of directors of the
Scoliosis Association of
Michigan will hold its
annual meeting on May 19 at
7:30 p.m. in the Fisher Center
Auditorium of Providence
Hospital.
The topic will be: "A
Futuristic Look at Scoliosis."
A presentation will be made
by Dr. Robert N. Hensinger,
chief of pediatric or-
thopaedics, Mott Children's

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