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January 17, 1992 - Image 84

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-01-17

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KISHON AZA, ALIYAH,
SHIRA BBGs were recogniz-
ed as Most Distinguished
Chapters at the recent
Michigan BBYO Regional
Convention. Al Jolson AZA
and Shalom Aviv and
Shoshanna BBGs earned
honorable mention.
Winners of regional com-
petition in national BBYO
contests were: AZA Oratory
— Charlie Ornstein, Kishon
AZA; AZA Storytelling — Ian
Black, Posen AZA; BBG
Oratory — Deborah Kovsky,
Aliyah BBG; BBG Story-
telling — Stacy Aronoff,
Aliyah BBG; AZA Video —
Chalutzim AZA; BBG
Newspaper — SHira BBG (se-
cond consecutive year).
Winners of regional con-
tests were: AZA Song —
Jolson AZA (third consecutive
year); BBG Song — Aliyah
BBG (second consecutive
year); AZA Literature —
Owen Alterman, Kishon
AZA; BBG Literature —
Sarah Shafkind, Brice BBG;
AZA Art — David Lurie,
Jolson AZA; BBG Art —
Deborah Kovsky, Aliyah
BBG; AZA Handicrafts — Jon
Freilich, Jolson AZA; BBG
Handicrafts — Renee Rosen
and Alyson Lan, Shalom Aviv
BBG; AZA Photography
(Black/White) — Jeff Lawson,
Kishon AZA; BBG Photogra-
phy (Black/White) — Jamie
Magid, Achayot BBG; AZA
Photography (Color) —
Howard Levine, Kishon AZA
BBG Photography (Color) —
Allison Zameck, Shira BBG.
Other regional contest win-
ners were: AZA Banner —
Kishon AZA; BBG Banner —
Yaffa BBG; AZA Newspaper
—Kishon AZA; BBG Video —
Shira BBG; AZA Bake Cakes)
—Avi Moskovitz, Posen AZA;
BBG Bake (Cakes) — Marah
Berris, Disraeli BBG; AZA
Bake (Cookies) — Ben Kor-
man, Marx AZA; BBG Bake
(Cookies) — Jennifer Yellin,
Machar BBG; AZA Bake
(Pies and Pastries) — Jeremy
Friedman, Hart AZA; BBG
Bake (Pies and Pastries) —
Amy Kelman, Shalom Aviv
BBG.
Also receiving recognition
were: AZA T-Shirt/Sweatshirt
— Kishon AZA; BBG T-
Shirt/Sweatshirt — Aliyah
BBG; AZA Talent Show —
David Frenkel, Herzl AZA
(Windsor); BBG Talent Show
—Zahav BBG; AZA Cheer —
Jolson AZA (fourth con-
secutive year); BBG Cheer —
a tie between Disraeli and
Shira BBGs.
In athletic competiton, Rose
AZA won the baskeball tour-
nament while Shalom Aviv
BBG won the volleyball tour-
nament. Kishon AZA took
the AZA ping pong competi-

tion, and Shira BBG won the
BBG ping pong competiton
for the third consecutive year.
Rose AZA won the AZA bowl-
ing tournament for the se-
cond consecutive year, while
Shoshanna BBG won the
BBG bowling tournament.
Kishon AZA won the AZA
Quiz Bowl competition while
Aliyah BBG took first place
in BBG Quiz Bowl.
PHILIP HART AZA will
present its second annual
Kasino and Karaoke Nite
7:30 p.m.-midnight Jan. 18 at
the Agency for Jewish
Education Building. Games,
prizes, food and fun will be of-
fered. This is a non-gambling
event, and there is a charge
for admission. A portion of
the proceeds will benefit local
and national charities. For in-
formation, call Seth Tom-
pkins, 553-0911.
BBYO will sponsor Out-
reach Day for the Homeless
Jan. 19. Chapters are collec-
ting winter clothing, hygiene
items and food which will be
brought to the BBYO Chapter
Service Center at the JCC
1:30- 5 p.m. Food will be
donated to Yad Ezra and
clothing to area agencies ser-
ving the needy. Special
recognition will be given to
the AZA and BBG chapter
that brings in the most items.
For information, call Jeff
Gell, 661-4722; or Carin
Rockind, 332-3896.
and
YACHAD BBG
THEODOR HERZL AZA of
Windsor will host their an-
nual Beauheart Dance
7:30-11:30 p.m. Feb. 1 at the
Windsor Jewish Community
Centre. Dress is semi-formal
and those attending may
come dated or stag. A shuttle
bus will be provided at an ad-
ditional charge. The bus will
leave from the Maple-Drake
JCC 6:30 p.m. and stop at the
Agency for Jewish Education
Building in Southfield, leav-
ing there at 7 p.m. The return
trip will arrive at the AJE
Building at 12:30 a.m. and
the JCC at 1 a.m. 'Ib RSVP
for the bus or for information,
call Freya Zaltz,
519-250-0354; or Ronit Folk,
519-254-9643.
AZA BASKETBALL
League will begin Feb. 2, and
will be played consecutive
Sundays through April
noon-2 p.m. at Oakland Com-
munity College, Orchard
Ridge Campus.
BBG COUNCIL will in-
itiate a Wallyball League in
mid-February, played on Sun-
day afternoons at the JCC
through April.
BBYO will begin the se-
cond semester of its Direc-
tions program 7:30 p.m. Jan.
29 at the JCC. This semester
will focus on careers.

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