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April 21, 1989 - Image 86

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-04-21

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WANTED

TEENS BETWEEN the ages of 13-17

Teen Calendar

Continued from preceding page

p.m. DeRoy Theater,
Maple/Drake Jewish
Center, open to all
members of BBG, B'nai
B'rith Women and
guests.

for the COMMUNITY JEWISH HIGH SCHOOL

United Hebrew Schools

• meeting other Jewish teens
from the area
• learning about your
Jewishness
• volunteering in community
settings

• Intensive Learning

• exploring Israel for a semester

• spending Shabbat at camp

• acquiring college credits

For serious
students with strong Hebrew back-
ground interested in original text
study. Biblical and rabbinic texts will
be explored. Conversational Hebrew
and current events etc. (Sundays &
Tuesdays.)

• Creative Arts

AZA Conducts
`Bagelympics'

INTERESTED IN



For students of vocal
and instrumental music, dance,
theater, storytelling or fine arts, who
seek out the Jewish dimension in the
arts and would like to develop pro-
jects of a performing nature. (Sun-
days and Tuesdays)



For further information please

• visiting Toronto and
Washington on special
Jewish tours

• receiving scholarships for
Israeli programs

TRACKS

• Paraprofessional — Teacher's Aide:

For students who want to serve as
teacher's aides. Students work as aides
in a classroom setting or as tutors, train-
ing in observation, learning techniques
and developing games and materials
(Sundays & Tuesdays)

Community Service: For students who
want to learn about the Jewish com-
munity and work with a number of social
service agencies. Students will be link-
ed with an agency during their intern-
ship and develop practical learning ex-
periences by working with a supervisor
on a one to one basis. (Sundays &
Tuesdays)

• Family Living Room

For families
who wish to study and explore Jewish
values through text and T.V. This pro-
gram is a joint venture with Jewish Ex-
periences for Families & National Con-
ference of Synagogue Youth. (Sundays)
• H e b rew Ulpan For serious language
students. Four hours weekly of conver-
sational Hebrew, Israeli literature,
culture, current events and Hebrew corn-
position. (Sundays & Tuesdays)
• Other Offerings In addition to the
tracks, students take courses in Bible,
History, Israel, Holocaust, Ethics, Teen
Issues and many others.







call United Hebrew Schools at 352-7117 or 354-1050.

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ALL OCCASIONS

Golden, silver and bronze
bagels will be awarded for the
first time 1 p.m. April 30 at
AZA's first "Bagelympics" at
Southfield/Lathrup High
School.
Bagelympics will be
organized similarly to the In-
ternational Olympic Commit-
tee, with the 15 AZA chapters
competing in individual and
team sports. The individual
events include long-jump, the
quarter-mile run, 100-meter
dash, one-mile relay race,
quarter-mile race-walk, and
three-point shot. The team
events will include soccer,
dodgeball and tug-of-war.
The goal of Bagelympics is
to promote fraternity among
the boys of AZA and to pro-
mote fellowship with the men
of B'nai B'rith, who will par-
ticipate as officials and
judges.
Participation in the athletic
events is open to current na-
tionally registered members
of BBYO; guests from B'nai
B'rith International, B'nai
B'rith Women and B'nai
B'rith Girls.
For information, contact
Nathaniel Warshay at BBYO,
788-0700.

Blood Drive
At High School

West Bloomfield High
School will host a blood drive,
sponsored by the American
Red Cross, on April 28.
The blood drive will run
from 8 a.m.. to 2 p.m. in the
school's media center.
The blood drive is open to
both students and adults but
all students must be 17 or
older and have a signed
parental permission slip. For
information, contact Mrs.
Barbara Plilka, 851-6100,
ext. 330.

Blood Drive
Due Sunday

On Sunday from 9 a.m. to 3
p.m. an intercongregational
blood drive will be held at
Temple Beth El, sponsored by
rIbmple Beth El Brotherhood.
For details, call Byron E.
Siegel, chairman of Temple
Beth El Brotherhood blood
drive, 354-2500, days or
626-1666, evenings.

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