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January 24, 1992 - Image 74

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-01-24

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ISRAEL?

Join us for an

Israel Student Programs
Alumni Breakfast

sponsored by the Israel Desk of the
Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Detroit

Sunday, February 2

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An ideal time to:
• Reminisce with old friends
• Learn about current Israel opportunities
• Meet with Community Shlicha Sivan Maas

For reservations or information, contact the Israel Desk, 661-5440

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BBYO will sponsor a series of
Israel travel adventures for
the summer of 1992. Each
group of up to 40 teens will be
accompanied by three staff
persons. Each program will
combine touring, workshops
and seminars. A variety of
program lengths and types
will be offered.
The six-week program
allows participants to choose
a special interest from:
Archaeological Adventures:
Seven days on an ar-
cheological dig side-by-side
with field archaeologists in
search of artifacts from cen-
turies long ago.
Sea-lb-Sea: Israel's beaches
from the Banias to the Red
Sea — snorkel, kayak, fish .. .
build and sail your own raft
under the supervision of
trained aquatic professionals
and the Israeli Coast Guard.
Outdoor Adventures: Camp
out in the desert under the
stars; hike and climb trails
and mountains throughout
Israel; explore the nature and
the land; receive specialized
survival skills training, in-
cluding camping skills,
rapelling and canoeing.
The Time Tunnel: Trace the
steps of our forefathers back
into the era of the Old Testa-
ment, following their steps as
you travel through Israel.
The ISI Eastern Europe
program incorporates a week
in Eastern Europe, visiting
Holocaust sites and former
Jewish communities in
Poland, followed by four
weeks in Israel (with one
week on a moshav or
kibbutz).
The 4-Week ISI Program is
based on the ISI Outdoor
Adventures group. Par-
ticipants will spend a week on
a moshav or kibbutz and
three weeks visiting all of
Israel's historic sites while
enjoying the country.
Each group will have a two-
day orientation at the B'nai
B'rith Perlman Camp in
Starlight, Pa., prior to depar-
ture. Departure dates for all
programs is approximately
June 25-27. Return for the
six-week ISI is Aug. 6; for ISI
Eastern Eurpe, July 30; and
for four-week ISI, July 23.
The programs are open to
all Jewish youth, ages 15-18.
Financial aid and BBYO Ac-
tivity scholarships are
available. All scheduled
meals are kosher. For infor-
mation or an application, call
Arnie Weiner, 788-0700.
BBYO has established the
Albert and Libbie Posen Ad-
visor Training Fund through
a gift from Libbie Posen in
memory of her husband
Albert. The goal of the fund
is to provide an annual sti-
pend used in underwriting

the cost of an Advisor Conti-
nuing Education Weekend
held in January at the
Charles and Florence Milan
BBYO Conference Centre in
Belle River, Ontario. This
year's weekend will be Jan.
24-26.
Planning for the weekend is
being coordinated through
Phil Arnold and Darrin Elias,
president and vice president
respectively of the Great
Lakes Advisor Association of
BBYO. Highlights will in-
clude a presentation on Yom
Hazikaron (Israel Memorial
Day) by Sivan Maas, com-
munity shalicha, and her
husband, Yiftach, and a pro-
gram on the "Art of Leading
Teen-agers in a Positive Direc-
tion," presented by Karen S.
Weiner, Southfield school
social worker. The weekend
will feature programs on
team-building, involving
parents in youth programm-
ing and teaching responsibili-
ty and follow-through.
Volunteer positions are
available for adult advisors to
AZA and BBG chapters in the
Detroit Metropolitan area. If
interested, call the BBYO
Chapter Service Center,
788-0700.

YOUTH

Adat Shalom Youth
Plan Retreat

The Adat Shalom Syna-
gogue Youth Department will
hold its 32nd Annual Samuel
and Doris Farber Tamarack
Weekend Retreat Jan. 31-Feb.
2 at the Butzel Conference
Center in Ortonville. Adat
Shalom will be joined by
youth in grades 6-12 from
Congregation Beth Shalom.
Weekend events have been
organized by a committee of
Adat Shalom teens headed by
chairmen Andy Rudick and
Aaron Weiss. The youth will
take part in outdoor winter
sports and indoor recreation
and social programs. Creative
Shabbat experiences have
been planned.
The youth will be accom-
panied by Cantor and Mrs
Howard Glantz, Adat Shalom
Youth Director Polly Eini and
additional staff. For informa-
tion, call Polly Eini, 851-5100.

Youth Group
Goes Bowling

Beth Abraham Hillel
Moses' Garenim Youth Group
(K-3) will go Bumper Bowling
at Langan's 12:30-2:30 p.m.
Jan. 26. Everyone should
bring a lunch to school.
Drivers will be needed. There
is a charge.
For information, call Pat
Levine, 851-6880.

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