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December 02, 1988 - Image 135

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-12-02

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Peerless, Iris Pastor, Re-
becca Meisner-Beskangy and
Deborah Stein.
The best man was the
father of the bridegroom, Irv-
ing Meisner.
Ushers were Matthew
Meisner, Joseph Meisner,
Benjamin Meisner, Robert
Beskangy, Wayne Stein,

brother of the bride Steve
Pastor, brother-in-law of the
bride Richard Mayer.
Sarah Shreeman, grand-
mother of the bride, also par-
ticipated in the ceremony.
Following a honeymoon in
the Grand Caymen Islands,
the couple is residing in Cov-
ington, Kentucky.

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Family

Winter Camps Offered
For Kids Of All Ages

Tamarack Camps will spon-
sor a winter camp for girls
and boys in second-fifth
grades at Camp Maas Dec.
26-28. Activities include
tobogganing, ice skating, in-
door crafts, cookouts, hayrides
and activities at the Bert L.
and Tuba Smokier Pioneer
Skills Center. The director of
the program is Jeffrey Metz,
and the assistant director is
Ruth Lederman.

An advanced winter camp
will follow Dec. 28-30 at
Camp Maas for girls and boys
in sixth-eighth grades. In ad-
dition to a variety of winter
activities, the older campers
will have horseback riding
and cross-country skiing.
Marvin Berman and Warren
Cohen will direct the pro-
gram. The girls supervisor
will be Jackie Fruitman.

New this year at Camp
Maas is a winter riding ranch
program from Dec. 26 to 28
for teens in the ninth grade.
There will be daily instruc-
tion in Western style
horseback riding including
trail rides. The riding takes
place at the Milton K. Mahler
Equestrian Center located on
the camp grounds.
A Bubbie-Zadie and Kinder
Weekend for grandparents

and grandchildren will be
held at the Butzel Conference
Center Dec. 16-18. Counselors
provide the leadership for all
activities, from crafts to
talent shows, as well as child
care assistance. All family
camp weekends are directed
by Carol Parven and Jeffrey
Metz.
The annual New Year's
Family Camp for parents and
children is scheduled for Dec.
28-Jan. 1 at the Butzel Con-
ference Center. Cross-country
skiing, skating, crafts, winter
sports, talent shows, and
three New Year's Eve pro-
grams for different ages are
planned. Winter family camp
will take place from Feb. 17 to
19 at the same site.
The kosher kitchens at
Camp Maas and the Butzel
Conference Center are under
the supervision of the Coun-
cil of Orthodox Rabbis.
A six-day snow week will be
held at Camp Kennedy in the
Upper Peninsula for teens in
the 10th and 11th grades.
Highlighting the program is
an overnight trek on cross-
country skis to Lake Superior.
Jody Winkelman will direct
the program.
For information and ap-
plication, call the Fresh Air
Society, 661-0600.

Friends

Babysitters

DECEMBER 4TH & 5TH 1000 A.M. to 5:00 P.M.

At the Jewish Community Center
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sponsored by the Jewish Com-
munity Council of
Metropolitan Detroit.
St. Aidan's is observing the
30th anniversary of Fr.
Brunett's ordination to the
priesthood and his 15 years at
St. Aidan's and the 25th an-
niversary of the church and
the dedication of its new
facilities. A reception will
follow the program to which
the Jewish community is in-
vited at no charge.
Rabbi Tanenbaum is the
former AJCommittee na-
tional interreligious affairs
director. He is a founder and
co-chairman of the National
Interreligious Task Force on
Soviet Jewry.

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David B. Jaffe, president of
the Detroit Chapter of the
American Jewish Committee,
and Father Alex Brunett,
pastor of St. Aidan's and
ecumenical officer of the Ar-
chdiocese of Detroit, invite
the Jewish community to at-
tend a special 25th anniver-
sary celebration, Wednesday
at 7:30 p.m. at St. Aidan's
Catholic Church, 17500 Far-
mington, Livonia.
Rabbi Marc Tanenbaum,
national director of the
American Jewiush Commit-
tee's international affairs
department, will speak on
"Post Election Reflections:
implications for Middle East
Peace." The program is co-

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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