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June 10, 1988 - Image 72

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-06-10

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FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 1988

The B'nei Akiva-Young
Israel of Southfield Shabbat
groups will participate in a
month-long program revolv-
ing around the theme: "The
Lifestyles of Israel — Kibbutz,
Moshav and Yishuv."
Members of the group,
youth grades kindergarten-
five, will meet each Saturday
afternoon at the Young Israel
of Southfield for games,
stories, and Shabbat activi-
ties related to the monthly
theme. For information, con-
tact the B'nei Akiva
Chevreyah Aleph leaders,
Gabi Albert, 352-5837; or
Nancy Berman, 352-2020.
The B'nei Akiva Sunday
Fun Groups will hold the
members-only-end-of-the-year
event on June 19. Advance
reservations are required for
the all-day field trip to Lan-
sing. Youngsters, grades one-
five, who sign up early for
B'nei Akiva Membership for
1988-1989 year will receive a
special discount on this event.
For reservations, contact the
B'nei Akiva office, 967-3742.
B'nei Akiva members wil
bid farewell to Susie
Schlussel, Hillel and Yonatan
Van Leeuwen, at a barbecue.
For information, contact the
Appels, 967-3742.

Beth Achim
Gives Awards

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Emily Burns, a student of
the University of Michigan,
was awarded the Harry and
Sarah Laker Israel Youth
Scholarship to study at the
Hebrew Universityin
Jerusalem. Emily has been
active in the B'nai B'rith
Youth Organization and
United Synagogue Youth pro-
gram and is also a member of
the National Honor Society.
She is the daughter of Dr.
Elliot and Sharon Burns of
Armada, Mich.
Deborah Schlussel was
presented with the Robert
and Gertrude Berman Judaic
Studies Scholarship. Deborah
has been chosen as a delegate
to the 1988 Republican Na-
tional Convention. She is pur-
suing a double major in
Judaic studies and political
science at the University of
Michigan. She is the
daughter of Dr. Herschel and
rIbby Schlussel of Southfield.
The Sarah F. Gorrelick
Camp Ramah Scholarship
was presented to Jonathan
Knoll. The scholarship is
funded by the Sisterhood of
Congregation Beth Achim
and the tribute fund that was
established in Sarah Gor-
relick's memory. Jonathan,

who is a student at Hillel Day
School, will attend a four-
week session at Camp
Ramah.
The Tepman Youth Scholar-
ships were awarded to
Nathaniel Berman, Loren
Sherman and Jacob Shiman-
sky. This scholarship has
been established in memory
of Louis Tepman, father of
Jerry Tepman and Sally Lip-
pitt, on the 100th anniversary
of his birth. Only applicants
who are actively involved in
the Beth Achim Youth Pro-
gram are eligible for this
scholarship.

NCSY- Board
Picks. Detroiters

Noam Koenigsberg and
Esther Bodzin were elected to
positions on the National
Conference of Synagogue
Youth's Central East regional
board.
Koenigsberg, an 11th
grader at Akiva Hebrew Day
School, was elected vice presi-
dent of education. Bodzin, a
senior at Oak Park High
School, was elected vice presi-
dent of organization. Both
will hold office for one year.
Other honors received by
Detroiters at the convention
were: Outstanding Chapter
President, Ari Schochet;
Meritorious Service to NCSY,
Sarah Berkower and Noam
Koenigsberg; Torah Achieve-
ment Award, Naomi Berkove
and Esther Bodzin; NCSY'er
of the Year, Past Regional
President Julie Kowalsky.
The Young Israel Teens
Chapter of NCSY received an
award for outstanding
chapter development.
The annual national NCSY
convention will take place
June 23-27 at the La Vista
Hotel in South Fallsburg, N.Y:
The theme for the convention
will be "Arboim LBena, 40 for
Understanding: Out of the
Wilderness the Challenge of
Freedom." Teenagers in-
terested in attending should
contact Rabbi Mark Cohn at
the NCSY regional office,
967-3300.

Student Places
In Math Contest

The Michigan Council of
Teachers of Mathematics an-
nounces that Alexander
Franklin placed 21st in the
top 25 eighth graders in the
state of Michigan junior
high/middle school math-
ematics contest.
Alex is the son of Elayne
Franklin of Southfield and
Roman Franklin, of West
Bloomfield. He is an eighth
grader at Birney Middle
School in Southfield.

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