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October 21, 1988 - Image 105

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-10-21

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BBYO Leaders
Have Conclave

BBYO leadership will learn
"Who are the Homeless" in a
presentation at the 1988
Leadership Training In-
stitute (LTI) at Camp Mass
Oct. 28-30. The seminar will
start the 1988-1989 program
topic for BBYO — Project
R.E.A.C.H. (Responsibility
Everywhere to Aid and Care
for the Homeless).
Lillian Schneble, program
director for the South
Oakland Shelter, will conduct
the seminar involving 180
participants representing 32
Michigan Region AZA and
BBG chapters from Metro
Detroit, Ann Arbor and
Project R.E.A.C.H. will end
on Jan. 15, which has been
designated BBYO Interna-
tional Out R.E.A.C.H. Day.
The goal is to bring about an
awareness of the problem of
homelessness on an interna-
tional level.
Project R.E.A.C.H. is one of
several seminars which will
take place at next weekend's
conclave. Additional pro-
grams will focus on leader-
ship training, programming,
membership recruitment and
retention, and the structure
of BBYO International.

Teen Connection
Goes Country

The Maple/Drake Jewish
Community Center's Teen
Connection will go to Miller's
Big Red in Romeo for a
hayride and apple picking on
Oct. 30.
For information, call
Allison Katz Berlin,
661-1000, ext. 269.

Riding Set

Emes Chapter, National
Conference of Synagogue
Youth, will have a horseback
riding adventure on Sunday.
The group will meet at Young
Israel of Southfield at 1 p.m.
and go to a local ranch for
horseback riding,
refreshments and an outdoor
experience. N.C.S.Y.ers should
be picked up from Y.I.
Southfield at about 4 p.m.
There is a charge. Drivers are
needed and there is a dis-
count for drivers.
For reservations, call Joel
Selesny, president, 354-3494;
or Stuart Sandweiss, adviser,
Beginning Monday, the
group will sponsor a Ibrah
study night every Monday at
8 p.m. at Young Israel of

Greenfield. The class will be
led by Rabbi Marc Cohn,
regional director of N.C.S.Y.
The class will feature an in-
depth analysis of contem-
porary issues using tradi-
tional Jewish sources. There
is no charge.

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Public Forum
Probes Dementia

A free public community in-
formation session for various
dementia disorders will be
held Nov. 7 at 1 p.m. at the
Southfield Civic Center.
This session is being
presented by the Alzeimer's
Association — Detroit Area
Chapter in cooperation with
the Michigan Parkinson's
Foundation, and the Hun-
tington's Society of America.
Keynote speakers include:
Dr. Jay Gorell, head, division
of movement disorders and
laboratory of neurophar-
macology, Henry Ford
Hospital and Dr. Peter
LeWitt, director of neuros-
cience, Sinai Hospital. They
will speak about "Current
Research and Medical Treat-
ment of Various Dementia
For information, call the
Alzheimer's Association,

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Comedy Castle
Night For Men

The Beth Shalom Men's
Club will go to the Comedy
Castle for its annual paid-up
membership evening on
The evening begins with
pizza and refreshments at the
synagogue at 6 p.m.
The evening is free to paid-
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Crescent Club
Sets Banquet

The Crescent Shrine Club's
banquet, honoring Moslem
Temple Divan and Child
Care, will be held at 6 p.m. on
Oct. 30 at Adat Shalom
d'oeuvres will be served at 6
p.m. with dinner at 7. Enter-
tainment will be provided by
the U.S.A. Group and Bob
Durant and His Trio.
Black tie is optional. Reser-
vation deadline is Monday.
For information, call David
Dickman, 353-3112.

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