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March 17, 1989 - Image 106

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-03-17

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TEENS

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Children of Holocaust
Survivors in Michigan

Bloomfield, $4 or two
pairs of cotton socks (all
proceeds go to the South
Oakland Shelter). For in-
formation, call Alyssa
Lantor, 626-8046.

Annual Event
Honoring Sheldon and Sidney Lutz

GREAT LAKES AZA
COUNCIL BASKET-
BALL — Sunday,

Oakland Community
College — Orchard Ridge
Campus, open to all AZA
members registered with
the league. 9 a.m., Akiba

Sheldon M. Lutz

Kornwise Judaica Event
To Bring Teens Together

Sidney A. Lutz

Sunday, April 9, 1989
7:00 PM

Movies at Prudential Town Center — Southfield
Special screening of:
HBO's "Murderers Among Us: The Simon Wieserithal Story"

For further information contact Art Kirsh at 557-6089

THERE'S NO OTHER WAY OF PUTTING IT.
CLOTHES ENCOUNTERS HAS THE COOLEST
CLOTHES IN TOWN. CHECK THEM OUT .. .
YOU'LL SEE WHY!

33306 Grand River
E. of Farmington Road
Downtown Farmington

vs. Rose Rebels; 10 a.m.,
Herzl vs. Jolson
Athletics; 11 a.m.,
L'Chaim/Achim Matzo
Balls vs. Kishon
Mustangs.
THE GREAT PURIM
PARCEL PROJECT —
Sunday, 9 a.m.-1 p.m.
dropoff and 1 p.m. to 4
p.m. deliveries, sponsored
by Jewish Experiences
For Families (J.E.F.F.)
and
Jewish News
L'Chayim section.

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471-5620

AFFORDABLE CLOTHING • ACCEPTABLY DIFFERENT

358-4085

M-F 10-4
SAT 10-3

Detroit-area Jewish high
school youth have the oppor-
tunity to attend the first an-
nual Robert Ian Kornwise
Judaica Weekend April 7-9 at
Camp Maas in Ortonville.
The weekend will include
social, recreational, educa-
tional and religious program-
ming. It has been designed for
-Jewish teens regardless of
their temple or synagogue
affiliation.
The goal of the weekend is
to bring Detroit Jewish teens
closer together, to explore
common roots, and to answer
the question, "Why Am I A
Jew?" Conservative and
Reform leaders from
throughout the community
will participate.
The event has been organiz-
ed and planned with input
from young leaders of Greater
Detroit United Synagogue
Youth, AZA/BBG, and
Michigan Sta-te Temple
Youth. Among the scheduled
activities are: discussion
groupS, outdoor recreation, a
dance and free time. There
also are plans for a film
presentation on Jewish iden-
tity in the movies and a per-
formance by the "Talk To Us
Theater" troupe from the
University of Michigan.
The weekend is being coor-
dinated by the United
Hebrew Schools Community

. Robert Kornwise

Jewish High School. It is co-
sponsored by the B'nai B'rith
Youth Organization, UHS
and MSTY. It will be subsi-
dized by the Robert Ian Korn-
wise Fund of Adat Shalom
Synagogue, which was
established last year by
Maureen and Sanford Korn-
wise in memory of their son.
The youth will be bused to
and from Camp Mass from
United Hebrew Schools.
There are a limited number
of spaces available. Interested
youth should contact Rabbi
Bruce Aft at United Hebrew
Schools, 354-1050, for infor-
mation and applications.

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American Heart •
Association Isar

About 72 Israeli teenagers
will meet with their peers in
dozens of North American,
Canadian, European and
Latin American communities
later this month.
This is the 16th successive
year that Israeli youngsters
have traveled to meet
teenagers in other countries
and share views.
This annual program of
sending young people to other
countries for dialogues was
initiated by Israel in 1973.

Participants are selected for
their knowledge of timely
issues and for their ability to
talk about their daily lives.
The group represents a cross
section of Israeli youth: young
men and women, secular and
religiously observant young
Jews, Israeli born Sabras and
immigrants to Israel from all
over the world. Their in-
terests range from sport and
Bible history through to
music and computers.

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