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October 28, 1988 - Image 118

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-10-28

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Israel Enrichment Focus
Of NCSY Youth Contest

In a joint effort to inspire
Jewish youth in utilizing
their creativity to increase
their awareness of the cen-
trality of Israel to the Jewish
people, Tower Air has in-
itiated the first Israel Enrich-
ment Contest to be sponsored
under the auspices of the Na-
tional Conference of
Synagogue Youth (NCSY),
the youth movement of the
Orthodox Union.
According to Rabbi Mark
Cohn, regional director of
NCSY, the contest will allow
NCSY to continue to reach
out to both affiliated and non-
affiliated Jewish youth and
providing them with scholar-
ships to attend Israeli educa-
tional institutions and par-
ticipate in NCSY events.
A total of six prizes will be
awarded to participants in
three categories. Contestants
should creatively interpret
the theme of the meaning of
the centrality of Israel to the
life of the Jew in one of three
media of a photo, poster or
slogan. The contest is open to
the public, private and
yeshivah high school students
— those who have visited
Israel and those who have
not.
The first prize is a round-
trip ticket to Israel. Two se-
cond prizes worth $250 each
in scholarship money to at-
tend an educational institu-
tion in Israel or any NCSY

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nounced in Jewish Action, the
magazine of the Orthodox
Union.
Mail all entries to: Tower
Air/NCSY Israel Enrichment
Contest, do NCSY, 25900
Greenfield, Suite 218, Oak
Park 48237.

Treasure Hunt Slated
For B'nei Akiva Groups

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event will be awarded. Three
third prizes of $100 for
scholarships also will be
awarded.
Photos can be color or black
and white, should measure
8x10 and mounted on an art
board not xceeding 10x12
and must be photographed by
the contestant. Posters should
measure 17x22, may be fold-
ed and can be illustrations,
collages or calligraphy, etc.
Contestants may subthit on-
ly one slogan which must be
original. A brief essay ex-
plaining each entry in no less
than 500 words, but no more
than 1,500 words, must be
typed, double spaced on
81/2x11 paper, must accom-
pany each entry. The contes-
tant's name, full address,
telephone number, age, grade
and school must also be
included.
All winners will be notified
by mail.
The deadline for all entries
is June 2 — Yom Yerusha-
layim. Winning photos,
posters and/or slogans along
with their essays will be
published in Keeping Posted,

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B'nei Akiva-Young Israel of
Southfield Sunday Fun
Groups invite youth in grades
one-five to a Funday treausre
hunt on Sunday, meeting at
the Young Israel of Southfield
at 2 p.m. for treasure hunt in-
structions and first clue.
There will be prizes and
refreshments for all
participants.
Following the event, B'nei
Akiva counselors will hold
auditions for the B'nei Akiva
Players Drama Club, and the
Rokdot Dance Troupe. The
groups will prepare for a per-
formance at the annual B'nei
Akiva family Chanukah par-
ty on Dec. 4.
The ninth grade Shevet of
B'nei Akiva will hold a Torah
learn-athon day on Sunday at
the Young Israel of
Southfield. Local rabbis and
community members will
lead sessions on Torah and
Jewish law during the five-
hour marathon. All proceeds

from the learn-athon will
help subsidize the annual
Shevet weekend which is held
in Detroit each February for
Shevet members throughout
the region. To sponsor a learn-
athon participant, contact Tal
Sharon, 357-2243.
Reservations are now being
accepted for the Chevreyah
Zach Shabbaton, a convention
for sixth, seventh and eighth
graders. The Shabbaton will
be held at the Young Israel of
Southfield on Nov. 11-13. The
Detroit Chevreyah Zach
Chapter will host members
from Cleveland and Pitts-
burgh. For reservations, con-
tact Debra Chopp, Shabbaton
chairman 356-1794.
Chevreyah Zach members
will hold an Oneg Shabbat in
honor of the newly elected
youth board members this
Shabbat afternoon in the
home of Dena Rosenberg,
22865 Pontchartrain, South-
field. Special activities and

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