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January 13, 1995 - Image 64

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-01-13

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NFTY Plans
Two Weekends

On Jan. 22, BBYO will hold three The Michigan Region of NFTY
programs. First, BBG Council will will hold its Winter Conclave Jan.
begin the MBA (Mind, Body, At- 27-29 at Temple Israel in West
titude) program with an aerobics Bloomfield. The weekend will be
course held in the JCC Health hosted by the Youth Federation
Club beginning at 3 p.m. The pro- of Temple Israel. The theme of
gram will run for 10 weeks. Three the weekend, "We All Live in a
of the sessions will be augmented Yellow Submarine," will explore
by guest speakers informing the the relationships between the dif-
girls about nutrition and eating ferent sects of Judaism. The high-
disorders, self-esteem and moti- light of the conclave will be the
vation and ATOD (Alcohol, To- annual semiformal dinner dance,
bacco and Other Drugs).
held Jan. 28 for all participants.
AZAA Basketball League will The weekend is being co-chaired
kick off the schedule in the main by Jennifer Yellin, Nicole
gym of the Maple/Drake Jewish Scaglione and Kelly Roberts. For
Community Center with two information and an application,
games being played at 3:30, 4:30 contact Rick Goren, 661-5700.
and 5:30 p.m. The league will
The North American Federa-
have approximately 12 teams di- tion of Temple Youth will hold its
vided into two divisions. Compe- Biennial Convention Feb. 17-21,
tition will conclude April 23 with in Washington, D.C. The con-
a championship game. Applica- vention will include a private tour
tions are still being accepted for of the U.S. Holocaust Memorial
basketball and aerobics. Appli- Museum and a special Havdalah
cations are available from the service on the steps of the Lincoln
chapter presidents or from the Memorial. For information and
BBYO Chapter Service Center.
an application, contact the
In the evening, BBYO will host NFTY-Michigan Region office,
the second Jewish Heritage (313) 668-2722.
Night, 7-8:30 p.m. at the Agency
for Jewish Education building in
Southfield. The format will be a
talk show panel of rabbis from
different denominations an-
swering many questions on Jew-
ish practices and Jewish life
issues which are of interest to to- Twelve programs for high school
day's teens. This event is under- and college students aged 13 to
written by a grant from the Max 23 are being offered by Masada
M. Fisher Foundation of the De- for the summer of 1995. These
troit Jewish Federation.
are: Kibbutz, Leadership Train-
Shari Katz of Chaverot BBH ing, Teen-age Tour, Adventure
was selected chairperson of the for the lovers of nature and great
Inter-regional Convention which outdoors, Institute for Sports and
will be held March 24-26 when Water Sports, Bar Mitzvah, Com-
Michigan Region BBYO will host munity Program and a special
delegates from the Great Mid- program, "Shorashim," exploring
west Region (Chicago and Illinois Jewish roots in Poland and Israel.
councils).
A tailor-made program for repeat
Kim Weiss of Ahavah BBG visitors also will be available.
was elected Outstate Vice Presi-
Scholarship assistance will be
dent of the BBG Council. Her re- provided to qualified applicants
sponsibilities include supervision by the Metro Detroit ZOA Schol-
of the chapters in Ann Arbor and arship Endowment Fund. For
Windsor as well as coordinating brochure and applications, phone
programming for the Milan Con- ZOA, (810) 569-1515.
ference Center.
The next meeting of the Michi-
gan Region BBYO board of di-
rectors will be held Jan. 17 in the
board room of the Maple/Drake
Jewish Community Center be-
ginning at 7:30 p.m.
The following new volunteer
The normal deadline for
advisers have been appointed to
local news and publicity
BBG and AZA chapters: Lisa
items is noon Thursday,
Stein for Aliya BBG, Amy Jablin
eight days prior to issue
for Wallenberg BBYO in Ann Ar-
date. The deadline for birth
bor, Todd Wolf for Chalutzim
AZA and Adam Berg for Sammy
announcements is 10 a.m.
AZA.
Monday, four days prior to
To obtain information or reg-
issue date; out-of-town obit-
istration applications for pro-
uaries,
10 a.m. Tuesday,
grams or membership and to
three days prior to issue
volunteer as a BBYO adviser, call
date.
the BBYO Chapter Service Cen-
ter, (810) 788-0700.

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