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May 12, 1989 - Image 96

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-05-12

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I TEENS I

Similarities

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children now see each other
as friends, not enemies.
The chasm that separates
our peoples will narrow and
destructive hatred will vanish
when we can accept the rights
of Jews and Arabs and live
together peacefully in
America and around the
world. ❑

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BBYO Units
Pick Officers

Glazer BBG has elected of-
ficers for the 1989-1990 pro-
gramming year.
They are: Isa Swarzberg,
president; Elana Weintraub,
programming vice-president;
Samantha Novak, vice presi-
dent for membership; Becky
Morgan, treasurer; Andrea
Averbuch, recording
secretary; Shari Sitron, cor-
respnding secretary; and Lori
Gamburd, chapter reporter.
Julie Weil is the chapter
adviser.
New Kishon AZA officers
are: Jason Zaks, president;
Ben Greenberg, programming
vice president; Art Aisner,
vice president for member-
ship; Howard Levine,
treasurer; Ronnen Golombek,
corresponding secretary;
Brad Rochlen, chapter
reporter. Jeff Adler is the
chapter adviser.
New Shalom Aviv BBG of-
ficers are: Jennifer Jonas,
president; Terri Gruca, pro-
gramming vice president;
Elissa Lorfel, vice president
for membership; Carrie Rice,
treasurer; Pam Barman and
Alyson Lan, recording
secretaries; Beth Leeman,
correspnding secretary; and
Melanie Weiss, chapter
reporter. Julie Zuppke and
Linda Keller are co-advisers.
Shoshanna BBG announces
its new officers are: Rebecca
Cohen, president; Jodie Lit-
tle, programming vice presi-
dent; Wendy Nelson, vice
president for membership;
Debby Carp, treasurer; Sheri
Grilt, recording secretary;
Joanna Voight and Michelle
Hammer, corresponding
secretaries; and Emma
Kleerekoper, chapter
reporter. Alyse Cash is the
chapter adviser.

Elections Focus
Of BBYO Event

B'nai
B'rith
Youth
Organization's spring Elec-
tions Training Conclave
(ETC) May 19-21 announces
its theme will be "Leadership
Games." The conclave teaches
and reinforces leadership
skills and officer education at
the annual event at Camp
Maas, which also includes

elections for Great Lakes
Council AZA and BBG
offices.
Coordinators are Lisa Sher-
man of Disraeli BBG and
Shawn Stearn of Mendoza
AZA.
New Council officers will be
installed at the Great Lakes
Council AZA and BBG In-
stallations June 19 at 7:30
p.m. at United Hebrew
Schools LaMed Auditorium.
Attendance at ETC is open
to any nationally-registered
members of BBYO. For infor-
mation about ETC, contact
Adele Lewin, assistant direc-
tor, 788-0700.

BBYO Councils
Pick Officials

Lisa Goren of Shira BBG
and Randall Fogelman of
Brandeis AZA were recently
elected chairmen of Great
Lakes Council installations
from their respective councils.
Steve Weingarden of Chalut-
zim AZA was recently elected
chairman for the 1989 AZA
Softball League.
The Great Lakes AZA and
BBG Council Officer Installa-
tions, entitled "An Evening of
Elegance," will be held June
19 at 7 p.m. at the United
Hebrew Schools.

Contest Focuses
On Jerusalem

In conjunction with its an-
nual community celebration
of Yom Yerushalayim
(Jerusalem Day), the Detroit
Zionist Federation is sponsor-
ing a contest for students to
express their love for
Jerusalem in poetry or prose.
According to Norman
Naimark, DZF president, the
contest "Acclaim Jerusalem
in Prose and Paint" is open to
students and is sponsored in
conjunction with the Jewish
Educators Council. An ex-
hibition of the works will be
held in conjuntion with the
Jerusalem Day Celebration,
planned for June 1 at 7:30
p.m. at Adat Shalom
Synagoguge.
All painted entries must be
mounted, matted or framed.
Deadline for entries is May
25. Entries should be sent to
the Detroit Zionist Federa-
tion, 21550 W. 12 Mile,
Southfield 48076. First prize
is a $250 (upon maturity)
Israel Investment Bond.
The June 1 program will
feature singing duo Gemini.
Tichets are available through
the DZF or through the Israel
Program Center at the
Maple/Drake Jewish Com-
munity Center. There is a
small admission charge.

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