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December 02, 1988 - Image 112

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-12-02

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The National Conference of
Synagogue Youth's special
program for the developmen-
tally disabled, Yachad-NCSY,
will host its annual
Chanukah party on Sunday
at 6:30 p.m. at Young Israel of
Southfield.
Yachad-NCSY is open to all
Jewish developmentally
disabled persons between the
ages of 12 and 18. At the
Chanukah event, there will
be refreshments, games and a
special program which will
teach participants how and
when to light the Chanukah
menorah. For information,
call advisers Shayndee
Lasson, 968-5958; or Nancy
Lipman, 350-2713.
On Dec. 10, the Senior
NCSY chapter for ninth-12th
graders will attend the first
annual Miami Boys Choir
concert sponsored by Machon
Mbrah. The group will meet
at 7 p.m. in the home of Mark

Cohn, 26060 Radclift Pl., Oak
Park. There is a special dis-
count for NCSY members. For
information or reservations,
contact chapter adviser
Chayla Pesis, 968-0719; or
chapter President Joey
Selesny, 354-3494.
The Junior NCSY chapter
for pre-teens in the fifth-
eighth grades will have a
post-Chanukah party in the
home of chapter adviser
Rachel Paholak, 18210
Adrian, Southfield, on Dec. 11
at 6:30 p.m. Junior NCSY'ers
will have a pizza dinner
followed by an exchange of
gifts and the viewing of the
movie ET — The Extrater-
restrial by Steven Spielberg.
For information or reserva-
tions, call Rachel, 559-2127;
or Sydney Katz, 552-0075.
General information about
NCSY can be obtained from
the regional NCSY office,
967-3300.

B'nei Akiva Groups Meet
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B'nei Akiva's Chevreyah
Aleph Chapter, grades one-
five, will meet for a
Chanukah party on Sunday
at 2 p.m. at Young Israel of
Southfield. Participants will
take part in a Chanukah
relay day, as well as prepare
Chanukah confections and
treats to take home with
them. Traditional Chanukah
sufganiyot will be served.
Chevreyah Zach, the junior
high chapter for grades six-
eight, will meet on Monday
for a Chanukah extravagan-
za at Young Israel of
Southfield. Members are in-
vited to a Chanukah pizza
party at 6 p.m. at the
synagogue, and will par-
ticipate in the Chanukah pro-
gram following the meal. A
paint-your-own-T-shirt activi-
ty is planned, and members
are asked to bring a solid col-
ored T-shirt to the event for
decorating. For reservation,
contact Rivky Schramm,
557-2755.
Bogrim, the collegiate
chapter of B'nei Akiva, will
hold its annual aliyah con-
ference in New York City Feb.
16-19. The conference is open
to college students from
North America, and will deal
with the issues of aliyah to-
day as seen from a B'nei
Akiva perspective. Lectures
will be held, and conference
participants will also tour
New York City and attend a

Broadway play. Applications
are now being accepted. For
information, contact the
B'nei Akiva office, 967-3742.

Scholarships
Available

The American Arabic and
Jewish Friends, a local
organization of Americans of
Jewish or Arabic descent, in
cooperation with the Greater
Detroit Interfaith Round
Table, will award funds rais-
ed at an annual dinner to
deserving high school seniors
in 1989.
These students, of Arabic or
Jewish background and iden-
tification, are eligible to
receive a $500 scholarship.
Ten scholarships are
available to Metro Detroit
high school seniors.
lb apply, students must
submit a typed or neatly writ-
ten essay of up to 1,000 words
on the topic: "American
Arabs and Jews — Our
Shared Values and Culture in
an American Context?'
Essays (six copies) must be
submitted to the Greater
Detroit Interfaith Round
Table, 150 W. Boston, Detroit,
MI 48202 Attn: Essay
Contest.
Entries must be received by
Jan. 6. For information, con-
tact the round table,
869-6306.

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