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March 24, 1989 - Image 84

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-03-24

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total of 44 youth from
Evanston, Ill.'s Tem-
ple Beth Emet par-
ticipated in the recent spring
conclave with rIbmple Emanu-
El's JETS junior youth group.
What started off as
awkward greetings between
strangers turned out by Sun-
day to be a lot of friendship,
exchange of addresses and
tearful farewells. It was a
great success!
Shabbat dinner in hosts'
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84 FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 1989

beginning of the weekend pro-
gram. The social action com-
mittee invited Dr. and Mrs.
Nate Firestone to speak
about substance. abuse and
their own personal ex-
periences with their son's ad-
diction to drugs.
After services we enjoyed an
Oneg Shabbat that included
songs and introduction to new
friends from Evanston. We
learned it was easy to make
new friends.
"It was great," said Erica
Gilman (JETS), and Ben Lip-
son (Beth Emet). "This was
the best idea!"
Dottie Dressler, Temple
Emanu-El education director,
summed it up by stating,
"This is a great opportunity
for our youth to meet Jewish
people from other com-
munities!"
Saturday morning, kids
from both youth groups join-
ed together to do the Shabbat
service. Some Beth Emet

Barbara Leibson is vice
president of public relations
for Temple Emanu-El's JETS
organization.

members found differences
between their own services
and Thmple Emanu-El's.
"Your rabbi can sing; ours
can't hold a tune,"said one of
the participants. "Your chan-
ting is different from ours,"
said Stephanie Linn.
After a great lunch, Rabbi
Lane Steinger led a discus-
sion on "Does Judaism en-
courage drinking because of
its importance on Jewish
holidays and weekly Shab-
bat?"
The group came to the con-
clusion that it's all right to
drink on holidays and Shab-
bat in moderation as a sym-
bol of celebration.
Then the group went roller-

skating at Skate World. It
was a true test of skill and
concentration not to fall
(which was not successful for
all). There were some sore
legs and bottoms by the end
of the day.
A pizza dinner at the tem-
ple was followed by lots of
great skits, games and fun.
Followiing Havdalah we had
a dance.
Beth Emet adviser Marsha
Steinfeld led the-chant, "Next
year in Evanston!" with
cheers and tears to follow.
It was fun making new
friends, and finally, it was a
good opportunity to meet
other Jews our age who can
share a part of themselves in
a Jewish experience. ❑

Kadima Group
Attends Kinnus

Cities Tour is limited. For in-
formation, contact BBYO,
788-0700.

Beth Abraham Hillel
Moses' Kadima group will go
to Cincinnati, Ohio, April 7-9
to participate in the Central
Region United Synagogue
Youth kinnus.
The 10 participants will
join in study sessions, social
activities, and religious ser-
vices with their counterparts
from Ohio, Pennsylvania,
Kentucky, Indiana and
Illinois.
Kadima members par-
ticipating are: Amy Jablin,
Julie Frohlich, Lisa Stone,
Lisa Grey, Debbie Blackman,
Steve Craine, Larry Weisler,
Marc Goldberg, David Alspec-
tor and Matt Levine.
Accompanying the group
are Pat Levine, Kadima Ad-
viser; and Barry Levine,
youth director of Congrega-
tion Beth Abraham Hillel
Moses.

BBYO Tours
Europe Capitals

B'nai
B'rith
Youth
Organization (BBYO) will
conduct its Capital Cities
Tour of Europe, the only
Jewish teen tour of Europe,
June 29 to July 19.
Participants on the trip will
visit Jewish landmarks and
other sites in Amsterdam,
Brussels, London, Paris and
more.
Jewish sites include
Amsterdam's Anne Frank
House, Paris' Jewish Quarter
and London's Jewish
Museum. Evening activities
are planned with European
Jewish teens.
Space for the BBYO Capital

Teen Calendar

BBYOUCC TEEN CON-
NECTION — Midwest
Area Teen Connection
Convention, today-
Sunday, B'nai B'rith
Beber Camp, Mukwona-
go, Wis. A delegation of
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
— Thursday, 8 p.m., the
Michigan BBYO board of
directors meeting at the
BBYO Chapter Service
Center.
GREAT LAKES AZA
COUNCIL BASKET-
BALL — April 2,
Oakland Community
College — Orchard Ridge
campus, open to all AZA
members registered with
the league.

Diabetic Teens
Get Support

William Beaumont Hospi-
tal sponsors a free support
group for diabetic children
and teens and their families.
The monthly meetings help
participants cope with the
problems accompanying
juvenile or Type I diabetes.
Topics of interest including
exercise, nutrition, insulin
dependency and stress
management are discussed.
The support group meets
the second Monday of each
month, October through
June, at 7 p.m. in the
cafeteria of the Beaumont
Rehabilitation and Health
Center, .746 Purdy, Bir-
mingham. For information,
call the hospital, 288-7400.

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