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January 27, 1989 - Image 92

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-01-27

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I YOUTH I

Scratchproof titanium carbide links, interspersed
with 18 kt.gold, form the band of the new
Rados
® natom. The anatomically-designed
...
case top and crystal are scratchproof,
too. The result: a watch that won't
show the passing of time. But will,
of course, measure each second
with the precision of water-
sealed Swiss quartz technology.
Available for men and women.

Switzerland

JEWELERS 411101

32940 Middlebelt Rd.
Farmington Hills
855-1730

Youth Groups Win Grants
For Social Action Events

Several youth groups in the
metro-Detroit area were
recently awarded grants by
the Jewish Community Coun-
cil Youth Committee to sup-
port outreach and social ac-
tion programming.

Machar BBG received a
grant for a dance to benefit
the homeless. Admission to
the dance, called the "Sock
Hop," will be a pair of socks.
The group will also collect
other personal items and
canned goods to be given to
the homeless. The "Sock
Hop" will be held in conjunc-
tion with the inter-regional
BBYO convention in March,
which will draw participa-
tion from Michigan, Windsor,
St. Louis and Chicago.
Shira BBG received a grant
to support its annual Matzah
Ball dance. Postcards urging
the release of Soviet Jewish
refuseniks will be distributed
at the dance.

The Beth Shalom Campfire
Group is the youngest group
to receive an award. The
Campfire girls, grades two-
five, will make shalach manot
packages for residents of
Prentis Manor, a facility of
the Jewish Home for Aged.
Hashachar Young Judea
will receive a grant for an
Ethiopian Jewry freedom
seder.
The Youth Commitee is still
accepting grant applications.
Groups which receive

MSTY Conclave
Begins Today

starring Evelyn Orbach • Robert Grossman
Written by Jack LaZebnik • Directed by • Paula Kalustian

8:00 p.m. Performances • Sunday Matinee 2:00 p.m.

January 18, 19, 21, 22, 25, 26, 28 and 29

All Tickets $10.00 • Group Rates Available

AARON DEROY THEATRE

Jewish Community Center
west Bloomfield, Michigan

For Tickets and InlOrmation Phone 313/661-1000 Extension 342

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FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, 1989

Michigan State Temple
Youth will hold their annual
Winter Conclave today
through Sunday.
This weekend will bring
together 170 MSTY'ites from
Muskegon to Toledo. Hosted
by Temple Israel Temple
Youth, this conclave weekend
based on the theme of
"Changes," will include pro-
grams, services, song sessions
and a semi-formal dinner-
dance on Saturday.
Educational programming
will deal with generational
changes, growing up, changes
in Judaism and a social ac-
tion program focusing on the
topic of nuclear disarmament.
MSTY members will arrive
at Temple Israel at 4:30 p.m.
today and stay at host houses
of temple members until Sun-
day when the conclave con-
cludes at 12:30 p.m.
For details, call Robert
Weiner, president, 661-5475.

grants also apply for the
Walter E. Klein Youth Award.
The award, which is named
for a former Jewish Com-
munity Council executive
director, has for the past 20
years honored youth groups
for significant achievements.
The award will be presented
in the spring at a Council
delegate assembly.
Any youth group advisers
or leaders wanting more in-
formation about the grants or
the Walter E. Klein award are
encouraged to call Council of-
fice, 962-1880.

FOR SENIORS im'm

Seniors Slate
Seminars

The Oak Park Senior
Outreach Office offers two
seminars presented by Dean
Witter Reynolds, Inc.
The seminars will address
"Basic Investing" on Feb. 7 at
12:30 p.m. and "Are You Pay-
ing Too Much In Taxes" on
March 7 also at 12:30 p.m.
The seminars will be at the
Oak Park Community
Center.
For information and to
register, contact the outreach
office, 541-0900.

Seniors Hear
Rabbi Polish

The senior adult depart-
ment of the Jewish Com-
munity Center will present
Rabbi Daniel Polish, senior
rabbi at Temple Beth El, as
• he discusses the Jewish
perspective on the current
political situation at home
and around the world on
Monday at 1 p.m. in the
library of the Maple/Drake
building.
There is no charge for
Center members. There is a
nominal charge for non-
members. For information,
contact Marilyn Wolfe or
Judy Samson, 661-1000.

Medical Care
Outreach Topic

The Oak Park Outreach Of-
fice will sponsor a program
on Medicare's new reimburse-
ment system, the Prospective
Payment System, to be held
at the Oak Park Community
Center on Feb. 14 at 12:30
p.m.

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