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January 19, 1990 - Image 95

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-01-19

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IB'NAI MITZVAH

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CAW KAI/VASA FOR BOYS

Jennifer Lynn,
Jill Eisenshtadt

Jill Eisenshtadt, daughter
of Judy and James Eisen-
shtadt, and Jennifer Lynn,
daughter of Cynthia and
Michael Lynn, twinned their
b'not mitzvah at Adat
Shalom Synagogue with
Irina Barksy of Kiev.
Irina is the daughter of
Sofiya and Dmitry Barsky.
The Barskys were refused
permission to emigrate, with
no reason given, when they
first applied for visas in
January 1981.

I LOCAL NEWS I

JCCouncil Sets
Slate Nominations

Jewish Community Council
president Paul D. Borman an-
nounced the appointment of
Fred Frank as chairperson of
the 1990 nominating
committee.
Frank and committee
members Penny Blumens-
tein, Laurence Deitch, Zina
Kramer, Evelyn Noveck,
Kathleen Strauss and Joel
Shere will form a slate of can-
didates to fill Council officer
and board of directors posi-
tions. Six officer candidates
and eighteen board can-
didates are to be selected.
The slate will be announc-
ed in March, and will stand
for election at the May
meeting of Council's
delegates. Organizational
representatives and other in-
dividuals may suggest can-
didates for the nominating
committee to consider by
writing to Fred Frank, 163
Madison Avenue, Detroit
48226, before Feb. 16.

Federation Group
Hosts Speaker

Mariusz Ziomecki, member
of the Detroit Free Press
editorial board, will discuss
"The Changing World of
Eastern Europe" at 7:30 p.m.
Feb. 1, at the Franklin River
Apartments Clubhouse, spon-
sored by the Jewish Welfare
Federation Young Adult Divi-
sion Political Awareness Com-
mittee. There is no fee.
Ziomecki has been a
member of the Free Press
editorial board since 1984
and is consideredan authori-
ty on Eastern European
politics. He was born in
Poland and attended Warsaw
University. Before coming to
the United States, Ziomecki
wrote for Solidarity Weekly, a
publication of the Solidarity
Party in Poland.
For information, call YAD,
965-3939, extension 161.

Your son will return from Kawaga having had a great time,
as well as being more mature and self confident!

Kawaga is an eight week camp with limited four week enroll-
ment. Open to 140 boys from 7-16 years of age. It offers a
geographically diverse camper base, and a group of campers
with a variety of interests and abilities.

Kawaga celebrated its 75th season of camping excellence in
1989. Located in the heart of the Wisconsin Northwoods,
Kawaga is a traditional boys' camp with its emphasis on all
the sports that boys enjoy.

Softball, Basketball, Tennis, Soccer, Archery, Riflery, Swim-
ming, Skiing, Windsurfing, Sailing, Fishing, Bicycling, and
Sand Volleyball are just some of the sports.

Camp Kawaga also offers wonderful programs in Dramatics,
Arts and Crafts, Canoe Trips, Nature, Journalism, Indian Lore,
and much more.

The weekend of January 20-21, David (Duke) Fisher, the owner
and Director of Kawaga, will be in Detroit and available for
new camper interviews (staff positions available also). Stop
by and visit Kawaga on Sunday, January 21, at the Super
Summers For Kids Fair, from 11:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. at the
Southfield Brace/Lederle Community Center. David can be
reached while in Detroit, at the Courtyard by Marriott, in
Southfield, (313) 358-1222.

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