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January 29, 1993 - Image 70

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-01-29

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Medical Issues
At Shir Shalom

The Shir Shalom Exper-
ience high school students
and their parents will be
involved in a program
offered by Sinai Hospital
10 a.m. Jan. 31 at Shir
Shalom. The program will
cover ethical issues, the
Jewish hospital in our
community, and the mitz-
vah of visiting the sick.
The program will begin
with a continental break-
fast followed by Dr.
Gerald H. Mandell, who
will speak on "Medical
Issues from a Jewish
Perspective." Dr. Mandell
is chief of pathology and
the head of the Depart-
ment of Laboratory Medi-
cine at Sinai Hospital.
The families will be
guests for lunch at Sinai,
which will be followed by
a tour of the Rehabilit-
ation Center, the Peri-
natal Center, the Chapel,
and the kosher kitchen.

Ganeinu
Holds Fair

Ganeinu Pre-School and
Day Camp will host a
Post-Tu B'Shevat Family
Fair from 1-3 p.m. Feb. 7
at B'nai Rashba-Chabad,
4230 Middlebelt Rd., West
Bloomfield, between Lone
Pine and Long Lake.
Parents are invited to
share a fun afternoon with
their children. There will
be activity booths, enter-
tainment and refresh-
ments celebrating the
Jewish "New Year for
Trees."
There is an entry fee.
For information, call Mrs.
Chaya D. Bergstein, 932-
8584 or 855-2910.

ZOA Offers
Summer Travel

Applications for the Zion-
ist Organization of Amer-
ica's Masada Summer in
Israel programs are now
being accepted at the
Zionist Cultural Center in
Southfield.
Now in its 30th year,
Masada offer nine differ-
ent programs for high
school and college stu-
dents aged 13 to 23. The
programs are: Masada
Shoreshim Poland-Israel,
Community Program, Kib-
butz Experience, Leader-
ship Training, Adventure

Program and Teen-age
Tour.

Programs for college
students are: Student
Tour Program with op-
tions of working ten days
on a kibbutz, participating
in a 10-day scuba diving
course or joining up with
the Volunteers for Israel
program at an Israel
Defense Force base.
Scholarship assistance-
for qualified applicants is
available under the Metro
Detroit ZOA Scholarship
Endowment program. Bro-
chures and application-
forms are available by
phoning ZOA, 569-1515.

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BBYO Offers
Study Programs

The B'nai B'rith Youth
Organization will sponsor
a series of summer leader- -(
ship and Judaic study
opportunities open to all
members of AZA and BBG.
The International Lead-
ership Kallah is a compre-
hensive four-week Judaic
education program held at
the B'nai B'rith Perlman
Camp in Starlight, Penn.
This year's program runs
June 27-July 25.
The International Lead-
ership Training Confer-
ence (ILTC) is a three-
week program aimed at
developing and enhancing
leadership skills in BBYO
members. ILTC follows
the Kallah program at the
Perlman Camp and runs
July 25-August 15.
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The Chapter Leadership
Training Conference
(CLTC) is a two-week
chapter leadership train-
ing program held at both
the B'nai B'rith Beber
Camp in Mukwonago,
N
Wis., and at the Perlman
Camp. This program
affords five different ses-
sions: June 29-July 12,
July 14-27, July 29-Aug.
11 at the Beber Camp;
July 15-30 and Aug. 2-15
at the Perlman Camp.
This summer, BBYO
will offer a five-week lead-
ership program in Israel.
The International Lead-
ership Study in Israel
(ILSI) will be based near
Tel Aviv. The program

will have focus on touring
(visiting the major sites of
Israel); community service
(performing a service project
in your community. College
credit for the program is
available through association
with the Jewish Community
High School of Gratz College.
The program will run July
11-Aug. 15.

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