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March 31, 1989 - Image 87

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-03-31

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• Custom Vade &Ready-to-Wear
• Exclusive Bridal, Pageant
Bridesmaid Gowns

teens will be matched with
teens according to age, sex, in-
terest and religious obser-
vance and will be screened by
both BBYO and the Jewish
Center coordinators.
American Jewish high
school students with at least
one year of French langauge
study who have just com-
pleted ninth grade and
students up through 12th
grade are eligible. Applicants
are accepted to the program
on the basis of their maturi-
ty and suitability as deter-
mined by an interview.
Those interested in hosting
a French Jewish teenager
must have a teenager in the
family. Knowledge of French
is not required. The French
teenagers (and their
American teenage contact)
will be involved in a five-day
week activity corresponding
with the Jewish Community
Center's Teen Caravan pro-
gram but with a specialized
staff suited for the age,
linguistic ability and uni-
queness of the group.
Transportation to and from
the home will be provided
during the regularly schedul-
ed program hours of 9:30 a.m.
- 4 p.m. by the Jewish Center.
The price of the program in-
cludes round-trip air fare
from Detroit to Paris and all
visits and activities, plus
meals and housing.
For information, contact
Ms. Komer Jackier, 661-1000,
ext. 294; or Stuart Rogoff,
661-1000, ext. 267.

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FAMILY FOX FIRE FAIR

Sunday, May 7, 1989

Try to say that five times. This frontier festival will be filled with fabu-
lous crafts, fantastic contests, fun games and a festive lunch will be
served. The fair will be held at the Bert and Toba Smokier Pioneer Skills
Village at Camp Maas. It will be filled with good old fashion fun. For
those who wish, a Tamarack bus will leave at 9:15 a.m. from the
parking lot of the United Hebrew School (21550 Twelve Mile Road,
near Lahser and Twelve Mile Roadl, and will arrive back at UHS at 4:30
p.m. The fair will be at 10:00 a.m. and finish at 3:00 p.m.

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FAMILY HORSEBACK
RIDING DAY

Sundays, May 14 and May 28, 1989

Yahoo!! Y'all come on down to the Mahler Equestrian Center at beautiful Camp
Maas for a galloping good time. For those who wish, a Tamarack bus will leave
at 9:15 a.m. from the parking lot of the United Hebrew Schools 121550 Twelve
Mile Road, near Lahser and Twelve Mile Roadl.

The day will begin at 10 a.m. and will consist of trail rides for more experienced
riders to ride on the wooded paths at camp, corral rides for beginners to be lead
around the enclosed paddock, hayrides, and crafts. Lunch will be served to all
participants in the Lodge of Berman Village. Estimated time to arrive back at
U.H.S. is 4:30 p.m.

By appointment.
Call for information.

1844 S. Woodward
Birmingham
540-9548

FAMILY CANOE DAY

Sunday, May 21, 1989

ON THE SCENIC HURON RIVER — near Ann Arbor

This special adventure is designed for families with some canoe experi-
ence. We ask that you only bring children that are six years or older.

Levin Offers
Merit Medal

U.S. Rep. Sander Levin
(D-17th District) has an-
nounced plans for his fifth an-
nual Medal of Merit program.
Nominations are being
sought in four categories:
elementary, middle/junior
high, high school and student
organizations.
The Medal of Merit pro-
gram is designed to help iden-
tify and acknowledge young
men, women, and youth or-
ganizations who have demon-
strated exemplary citizenship
and genuine concern for the
welfare of others.
Nomination forms are avail-
able through municipal of-
fices, schools and the congres-
sional office. Nominees must
be residents of the 17th Con-
gressional District. All nom-
inations must be postmarked
no later than April 15.
For entry forms, contact the
district office, 559-4444.

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The big green Tamarack bus will leave at 6:30 a.m. from the parking
lot of the United Hebrew Schools (21550 Twelve Mile Road - near
Lahser and 12 Mile). Once we arrive at our site we will review some
basic safety procedures then head down the Huron River. Halfway
through the journey we will break for a picnic lunch (bring your own
please) and games. Estimated time of arrival at U.H.S. is 4:30 p.m.

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