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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-12-09

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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1988

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B'nei Akiva Shabbat
Groups Mark Chanukah

B'nei Akiva-Young Israel
Kvutzot Shabbat groups will
meet this Shabbat at Young
Israel of Southfield and at
Young Israel of Greenfield.
Youth in grades kindergar-
ten-6 are invited to par-
ticipate in the Shabbat
groups at 3:30 p.m.
Special stories, games, and
activities will be planned
around the Chanukah theme.
Refreshments will be provid-
ed. The Kvutzot at the Young
Israel of Greenfield branch
will be led by head youth
counselors Rachel Karlin and
Elisheva Schreiber. Counse-
lors for the different age
groups are: Noam Koenigs-
berg, Rivkah Schramm and
Daniel Yolkut. Walking
groups to Young Israel of
Greenfield can be arranged
by calling Koenigsberg,
968-7462.
B'nei Akiva members from
• both the Zach (grades six-
eight) and Bet (grades
nine-12) chapters will attend

the Miami Boys' Choir con-
cert Saturday. The event is
sponsored by Machon Mbrah.
For information on transpor-
tation schedule, contact An-
nette Appel, 967-3742.
Members of Chevreyah Bet
Chapter, grades nine-12, are
invited on a trip to Windsor
on Sunday. The group will
tour downtown Windsor and
go Five-Pin Bowling. Pre-
registration is required. For
reservations, contact Danny
Najman, 358-3616.
B'nei Akiva, in conjunction
with Yeshivat Akiva Day
School, will hold a special
Rosh Chodesh session today
at the school, for junior high
and high school students.
Yefet Ozery, Israeli emissary,
will discuss "Operation
Magic Carpet," the aliyah of
the Yemenite Jews to Israel.
A video documentary of the
event will be shown.
For information about B'nei
Akiva programs, contact the
B'nei Akiva office, 967-3742.

Teenagers Have Choice
Of NCSY Summer Tours

The National Conference of
Synagogue Youth offers a
variety of summer programs
for teenagers in the
ninth-12th grades.
The Israel Summer
Seminar (ISS) July 11-Aug. 16
is open to any student enter-
ing the ninth grade through
high school graduates,
regardless of Jewish
background. ISS is a six-week
tour which includes a week in
Galilee and northern Israel,
the south including Eilat,
Jerusalem and vicinity, and a
field school where students
work the land. Among the
many sites visited are the
Kotel (Western Wall), the Old
City, Tel Aviv, Hebron, Rosh
Hanikra, the Kinneret,
Jericho, Ashkelon, the
Museum of the Diaspora,
Eilat, Safed and Wadi Kelt.
ISS also includes free days
and weekends. Program par-
ticipants have the opportuni-
ty to meet and stay with
Israeli families.
The Jewish Overseas
Leadership Training Seminar
(JOLT) is a six-week leader-
ship tour to Eastern Europe
and Israel. The theme of the
tour is "From Destruction to
Redemption" and is designed
for young people 16-18,
regardless of Jewish back-
ground, who are interested in
exploring their Jewish
heritage.

The group spends two
weeks in Poland, Hungary
and Czechoslovakia, visiting
sites of Jewish interest,
especially as they relate to
Jewish tradition and the
Holocaust. After Europe, the
group travels to Israel to ex-
plore the continuing tradition
of Jewish life in Israel.
Eligibility for this tour is by
invitation after a personal in-
terview. Dates are July
11-Aug. 16.
Travel North America With
NCSY (July 12-Aug. 17) is a
five-week experience for
teenagers 14-18. There are
two options on this tour. The
first option is a tour of
Eastern Canada including
Niagara Falls, Ontario Place,
the Thousand Islands and
Montreal; participants will
see Philadelphia, Washing-
ton, D.C., and Busch Gardens
in Virginia. For part of the
five-week program, par-
ticipants will be based in
Toronto.
The second option is tour-
ing the western U.S. in-
cluding Denver, Colorado, the
Rocky Mountains, the Grand
Canyon, Yosemite National
Park in California, San Fran-
cisco (Chinatown and Fisher-
man's Wharf), Los Angeles,
Universal Studios,
Disneyland, San Diego, Sea
World, the world's largest zoo,
and Tijuana, Mexico. On both

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