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May 22, 1992 - Image 58

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-05-22

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TEENS

BENJAMIN PEARLBERG

Akiva

RAENNA PEISS

Ferndale

SARA PETERSON

Beth Jacob

BENJAMIN PINSKY
Harrison

REBECCA POGER

Livonia Churchill

Pearlberg was editor of his
high school yearbook, presi-
dent of student council and on
the basketball team for four
years. He is an active youth
leader in B'nei Akiva and a
member of the National
Honor Society. Next year he
will study at Yeshivat
Sha'alavim in Israel. When
he returns, he plans to attend
Columbia University.

Peiss is a three-year member
of National Honor Society
and was honored by Phi Bet-
ta Kappa. She won second
place in the Free Press
writing competition, was
awarded the Chancellor's
Scholarship (four years) to the
University of Michigan and
plans to study psychology.
She enjoys acting and has
been involved in community
theater.

Peterson headed choir for
her school's annual produc-
tion, and has been involved in
dance and drama. She
qualified for the Michigan
Competitive Scholarship, Na-
tional Merit semi-finalist,
and Phi Beta Kappa and
received a Wayne four-year
Presidential Scholarship. She
has received several writing
awards. She will attend Beth
Jacob Jerusalem for a year.

Pinsky is vice president of
the senior class and a Na-
tional Merit finalist. He is ac-
tive in National Honor Socie-
ty and the Interact Service
Club, first chair tenor sax-
ophone in the jazz band, cap-
tain of the soccer team and
member of the basketball and
football teams. He was
honored by Phi Beta Kappa
and the Farmington Youth
Assistance. He will attend
Harvard.

Poger was a member of the
varsity debate team, student
congress delegate, spent one
semester in Israel on Project
Discovery and served one
semester as an intern in Gov.
Engler's southeast Michigan
office. She is a United Hebrew
elementary and high school
graduate, was BBG chapter
president and treasurer, and
participated in Panim el
Panim. She will major in in-
ternational relations.

MARNI RAITT

AMY ROSENTHAL

AMY SABBOTA

NATASHA SCHEIBLE

ISA SCHWARZBERG

West Bloomfield

Raitt played tennis and soft-
ball, was a member of the In-
ternational Thespian Society
and the National Honor
Society, and wrote for the
school newspaper, the Spec-
trum. She has won several na-
tional and state journalism
awards and is considering
journalism as a career. She
will be graduating summa
ctim laude and will attend the
University of Michigan.

58

FRIDAY, MAY 22, 1992

Cass Tech

Rosenthal is a member of
the National Honor Society,
vice president of her school's
chapter of the International
Thespian Society, and of
Glazer BBG. She placed first
in her school's science fair
and geometry symposium,
and volunteered at Sinai
Hospital and the Detroit
Youththeatre. She will attend
the University of Michigan to
pursue a career in theater
and creative writing.

West Bloomfield

Sabbota, summa cum laude,
is secretary of her senior
class, a member of the Na-
tional Honor Society, Phi
Beta Kappa, and co-editor of
the yearbook. She was vice
president of the Humanities
Club, involved in pompon, soc-
cer, cheerleading, NCSY, USY
and BBG. She received a Free
Press Writing Award, is a
nominee for a U of M Regents
Scholar Merit Award, and
plans to attend the Universi-
ty of Michigan.

Berkley

Scheible is vice president of
Berkley's Symphony Or-
chestra and has played violin
for eight years. She is
secretary of the French Na-
tional Honor Society and
French Club, a member of the
National Honor Society and
salutatorian. She received a
first place award in the Free
Press writing contest. She is
a member of Temple Emanu-
El. She will attend the
University of Michigan and
study psychology.

Southfield-Lathrup

Schwarzberg is a member
of the National Honor Socie-
ty, Scholars Plus, Student
Caucus, and treasurer of the
senior class. She earned five
varsity letters and is co-
captain of the pompon squad.
She is a graduate of Hillel
Day School and will study
science at Michigan State
University's Lyman Briggs
College. She plans to pursue
a career in medicine.

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