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June 16, 1989 - Image 86

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-06-16

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• NATURE

• TENNIS

• CANOEING

• BASKETBALL

• DRAMA

• SOCCER

• MUSIC

• GYMNASTICS

• COMPUTERS

• CRAFTS

TRAVEL CAMP

• VIDEO-FILM PRODUCTION

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Session I: June 26 - July 20
Session II: July 24 - August 17

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BBYO Chapters Pick
Officers For 1989-1990

B'nai B'rith Youth Organi-
zation chapters have elected
officers for 1989-1990.
Chapters and their officers
are:
Wallenberg BBYO (Ann Ar-
bor): Barry Levy, president;
Lara Wineman, first vice
president; Sharon Kileny, se-
cond vice president; Kenneth
Baum and Dara Schwager,
treasurers; and Dan Schte-
ingart, reporter. Jerry
Sorokin is the chapter
adviser.
Achayot BBG: Stacy
Glickman, president; Rebecca
Sonium, first vice president;
Marla Garfield, second vice
president; Stephanie Pinsky,
recording secretary; and Julie
Tracht, counselor.
Masada BBG: Lori
Eidelman, president; Stacey
King, first vice president;
Debbie Yamron, second vice
president; Carol Roth,
treasurer; Shari Order, recor-
ding secretary; and Jimi Jo
Meretsky, counselor. Janice
Klein is the chapter adviser.
Shira BBG: Rachel Grey,
president; Stefanie Weisberg,
fist vice president; Darcy
Lockman, second vice presi-
dent; Jennifer Kristall,
treasurer; Debbie Siegel,
recording secretary; Cheryl
Waller and Missy Slaim, cor-
responding secretaries; Julie
Litberg, chapter reporter; and
Deborah Waller, counselor.
Phyllis Shapiro is the chapter
adviser.
Brandeis AZA: Oren Golan,
president; Jeremy Grant, first
vice president; Larry Markle,
treasurer; Nate Sahn, recor-
ding secretary; Justin
Feldman, sergeant,-at-arms;
and Scott Glickman,
counselor.
Chalutzim AZA: Jeff Klein,
president; Shaw Brown, first
vice president; Bryan Silver-
man, second vice president;
Derek Mallerman, treasurer;
Josh Mallerman, recording
secretary; Ryan Barish,
reporter; and Scott Glickman,
counselor. Joel Ungar is the
chapter adviser.
Hart AZA: Rick Benton,
president; Erik Rice, first vice
president; Jon Freed, second
vice president; Steve
Lebowitz, treasurer; Seth
Tompkins, recording
secretary; Howie Krugel, cor-
responding secretary; Fred
Rice, reporter; and Rob Weiss,
counselor. Jeff Weisserman is
S the chapter adviser.
L'Chaim AZA: David Hit-
sky, president; James
Maisels, first vice president;
Andy Stettner, second vice
president; Jason Gumonick,
treasurer; Bill Stettner, recor-

ding secretary; and Aaron
Ellenbogen, counselor. Marc
Benovic is the chapter
adviser.
Rose AZA: Arthur Malisow,
president; Jordan Bernstein,
first vice president; Brad
Trivax, second vice president;
Seth Roseman, treasuer; Eric
Malisow, recording secretary;
Josh Richeleu, corresponding
secretary; Jeff Emmer,
reporter; and Ken Franklin,
counselor. Micky Rosner is
the chapter adviser.

Greenpeace, ISF
Helped By BBYO

Jolson AZA with help from
Shiia BBG and Daniel Men-
doza AZA raised $450 in the
first canoe outing for the
B'nai B'rith Youth Organiza-
tion's International service
fund. Eighty percent, or $360,
is being donated to ISF and
the remainder is being sent to
Greenpeace, an international
organization aimed at saving
the environment.
The ISF is the fund-raising
mechanism for the members
to contribute towards BBYO
training programs. They col-
lected $103,241 last year to
support BBYO's summer
leadership camps at BBYO's
camps in Wisconsin and
Pennsylvania, Aleph Zadik
Aleph/B'nai B'rith Girls
philanthropies in the United
States, AZA/BBG projects in
Israel, and additional youth
and staff training programs.
Jolson AZA held the canoe
outing under the direction of
Marc Harwin. The Fresh Air
Society lent Jolson AZA the
canoes for the outing.

Convention
Leaders Picked

The Great Lakes AZA and
BBG Councils announce Lee
Burnstein of Southfield (Rose
AZA) and Kelley Slutsky of
West Bloomfield (Disraeli
BBG) are 1989 regional con-
vention coordinators.
Their duties include plann-
ing the major events and ar-
ranging committees for the
five-day convention.
The convention, which
takes place at the end of
December at the Jewish Com-
munity Center's Maple/
Drake Building, is the largest
BBYO event in Michigan
with up to 500 youth par-
ticipating in inter-chapter
competitions, including song
and cheer, T-shirt, oratory,
quiz bowl, ping pong, basket-
ball, volleyball, video, talent
show and more.

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