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October 21, 1988 - Image 104

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-10-21

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YOUTH

MAKE YOUR MOVE
WHEN SHE LEAST EXPECTS IT.

B'nei Akiva To Have
Special Learn-athon

The ninth grade Shevet
members of B'nei Akiva will
hold a Torah "learn-athon" on
Oct. 30. The group will meet
at Young Israel of Southfield
at 1 p.m. for an afternoon of
special sessions in Torah and
Jewish law. Local rabbis and
B'nei Akiva leaders will
supervise the learning ses-
sions. All proceeds from the
learn-athon will go to help
fund the annual B'nei Akiva
Sherat Weekend. To sponsor a
learn-athon participant, con-
tact Tal Sharon, 357-2243.
B'nei Akiva-Young Israel of
Southfield Sunday Fun
Groups invite youth in grades
one-five to a treasure hunt
event Oct. 30 at 2 p.m.
Youngsters will meet at
Young Israel of Southfield for
treasure hunt instructions
and first clue. For information
about this event and the
weekly Kvutzot Shabbat
groups, contact Nancy Ber-
man, 352-2020.
The Chevreyah Zach
Chapter of B'nei Akiva, in-
vite youth in grades six-eight,
to participate in a regional
Shabbaton to be held in

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Detroit Nov. 11-13. Delega-
tions of the Zach group from
Cleveland and Pittsburgh
will join the local group for
the weekend. Reservations
are being accepted through
Nov. 1. For reservations, con-
tact the Shabbaton Chair-
man, Debra Chopp, 356-1794.
Space is limited.
Chevreyah Zach will meet
for an Oneg Shabbat Satur-
day in the home of Deanna
Rosenberg in Southfield. The
Oneg will begin at 5 p.m.
Youth, in grades six-eight are
invited. The Oneg is being
held in honor of the newly
elected Zach board members,
including Yael Ebenstein,
president; Rivky Schram, vice
president; Ben Lutsky, Wen-
dy Dworkin, Debra Chopp,
Stacy Morse, and Steven
Strimmling, general board
members.
The Chevreyah Bet Chapter
of B'nei Akiva will hold an ice
skating event at the
Beechwood Ice Arena Oct. 29.
The group will meet at Young
Israel of Southfield at 7 p.m.
Youth in grades nine-12 are
invited.

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JEWISH NEWS!

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Greater Detroit United
Synagogue Youth will host
West Area Kinnus (gather-
ing) of Central Region United
Synagogue Youth this
weekend. More than 170
representatives will come
from Ann Arbor, Cincinnati,
Columbus, Flint, Grand
Rapids, Indianapolis,
Kalamazoo, Louisville, Pitt-
sburgh, Toledo and Detroit.
The theme is "Life and
Death Decisions in Accor-
dance with Jewish Tradition."
Dr. David Krohn will give the
keynote address today Rabbi
Bruce Aft and Rabbi Elliot
Pachter will speak on Satur-
day. The study group leaders
for the weekend are: Rabbi
Aft, Karen Knoppow, Eric
Kruchenia, Rabbi Pachter,
Ellen Sherman, Rabbi Spec-
tor, Miriam Starkman and
Alan Yost.
This morning's program
will be hosted by Beth
Abraham Hillel Moses USY.
Following Shachrit the
USYers will visit Trapper's
Alley and downtown Detroit.
The delegates will reconvene
at 5:45 p.m. at Adat Shalom
for candlelighting, Kabbalat
Shabbat, Maariv, dinner,
study groups and an Oneg
Shabbat.

Shabbat morning services,
lunch, study groups seudah
shlishit, Maariv, and Hav-
dalah will also be hosted by
Adat Shalom USY.
Saturday night's social will
be held at Beth Shalom. It
will feature dj. Jeff Meyers
and computer portraits. The
theme for the dance is College
Night.
Sunday morning's program
will take place at Shaarey
Zedek.
Reva Nelson and Stuart
Shiland are serving as the
USY co-chairmen and Karen
Knoppow, Northwest Area
fieldworker for CRUSY, is
coordinating the kinnus.

Committee chairman are:
Debbi Appel, Beth Bodzin,
Denise Siporin, Loren Sher-
man, Marc Blackman, Randi
Gartenberg, Joe Zeff, Zaron
Frumin, Miry Bernard, Jason
Vieder, Mike Weiss, Mitchell
Klausner, Alan Millan, Jon
Bruss, Mary Koukhab, Jen-
nifer Zalenko, Lowell Fried-
man, Jacob Shimansky, Jodi
Rubin, Gabi Fleischer, Liz
Abramson, Amy Mickel,
Susan Tam, Marci
Bloomberg, Melissa Levine
and Sara Poger.

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