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May 17, 1991 - Image 135

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-05-17

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West Bloomfield





Karlin is attending Michlelet
Orot, a women's college in
Elkana, Israel, to complete
her 12th year program at
Yeshivat Akiva. She is a
member of the National
Honor Society, recipient of the
David I. Berris Scholastic
Achievement Award and the
Bnei Akiva Torah V' Avodah
Award. She was student coun-
cil president at Akiva and a
Bnei Akiva representative on
the March of the Living in
Poland and Israel.

Keidan will attend the
University of Michigan and
plans to study law or
medicine. He was all-league
and honorable mention all-
area in cross country and tri-
captain of the track team. He
was a member of the varsity
tennis team as a sophomore
and co-captain of junior var-
sity soccer. As a senior, he is
sports editor of the Spectrum,
a member of the National
Honor Society, and will
graduate summa cum laude.

Kleerekoper is active in the
student government, the
Thespian Troupe, National
Honor Society and United
Synagogue Youth. Through
her Hebrew studies, she won
the Zilpah Tobin Award and
the Pearl Scholarship. She is
a kindergarten aide at the
Agency for Jewish Education.
She will attend the Universi-
ty of Michigan and plans to
major in chemistry.

Koenig will attend the
University of Michigan. He is
senior class president, and was
class president during fresh-
man and junior years. He is
captain of the soccer team, and
this year was named most
valuable player, all-league
first team and all-area second
team. He is a member of the
National Honor Society and is
a National Merit commended
student. He is Phi Beta Kap-
pa, and received the Dart-
mouth Book Award.





Kuperman is Phi Beta Kap-
pa, a Michigan Competitive
Scholarship qualifier, and a
Wayne State Merit Scholar.
She has been recognized for
her excellence in Hebrew
studies. She is a leader at a
local branch of Bnos youth
groups, and is an active
member in the drama and
chesed groups. She plans to
spend next year in Israel to
continue her Hebrew studies.

Lessem is a National Merit
Scholarship finalist and
belongs to National Honor
Society. She is recipient of the
League of Jewish Women's
Organizations Annual Youth
Award for 1991 and a Univer-
sity of Michigan Regents'
Scholarship. She is on the
social action board for
Michigan State Temple
Youth. She will attend the
University of Michigan in a
combined Honors College/
Residential College program.

Loewenthal will spend a
year in Israel in Bnei Akiva's
Hachshara program, working
on a kibbutz and studying at
a yeshiva. She plans to attend
Columbia College to study
mathematics and fine arts.
She is a member of the Cum
Laude Society, is .Phi Beta
Kappa, a member and coor-
dinator for Bnei Akiva and
NCSY. She was on the staff of
Cranbrook's Art and Litera-
ture magazine for three years.

Beth Jacob


Cranbrook Kingswood


_ Markowitz will attend the
University of Michigan's
Honors College, major in
foreign languages and study
abroad in her junior year. She
is a member of the National
Honor Society and Phi Beta
Kappa. She is graduating
summa cum laude.



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