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August 11, 1989 - Image 85

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-08-11

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I TEENS I

Simons Sez

NCSY Plans Events,
Attends Ohio Seminar







The Detroit 'chapter of the
National Conference of
Synagogue Youth will begin
its programming year by at-
tending the Central East
Regional NCSY Leadership
Training Seminar in Colum-
bus, Ohio, Aug. 21-23. The
LTS program is open to all
9th-12th graderss interested
in developing leadership
skills. Teen leaders from
throughout Michigan, Ohio,
Kentucky, Indiana and Penn-
sylvania will attend. Among
topics to be discussed are
organizing a program, how to
plan an overnight, fund-
raising, group dynamics and
educational programs. The
program also provides oppor-
tunities for participants to en-
joy a variety of social ac-
tivities including miniature
golf, roller skating, sports and
swimming.
On Sept. 3, NCSY will spon-
sor a bike-a-thon to benefit
the Muscular Dystrophy
Association. The bike-a-thon,
called Bike 4 Life, will be held
10 a.m. at Kensington Metro-
park. The program is open to
all members of the communi-
ty. Prizes will be given to
those raising the most
amounts of money. Kosher
food will be available.
For the first time, the
Detroit Chapter of NCSY will
distribute Rosh Hashanah
baskets. For the cost of a card

and stamp, members of the
community can send New
Year's greetings to friends
and relatives in the form of a
gift package. Included in the
basket will be a bottle of wine,
a jar of honey, apples, figs,
dates, an NCSY bencher and
a tashlich card. A specially
made Rosh Hashanah card
featuring the names of all
those _sending New Year's -
greetings also will be includ-
ed. Proceeds from this pro-
gram will benefit local NCSY
programs; the NCSY Torah
Fund, which provides scholar-
ships to teenagers going to
Shabbatonim, summer Israel
programs or a year of study in
Israel; and the Young Israel
Bone Marrow Search Fund.

The NCSY weekly Torah
Study Class will meet 8 p.m.
Monday at the Young Israel of
Southfield. The class is open
to all 9th-12th graders and is
free. Classes are taught by
Rabbi Marc Volk of Yeshivat
Akiva. This week's topic is
"The Laws of Shabbat."
For information regarding
these and other upcoming
NCSY prograins, call. Chapter
President Abby Eisenberg,
350-3324; NCSY Special Pro-
jects Coordinator, David
Winter, 967-3300. For infor-
mation about the bike-a-thon,
call the NCSY Bike 4 Life
Hotline, 968-6724.

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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