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June 02, 1995 - Image 45

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-06-02

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Temple Beth El
Honors Youth

Graduates of Temple Beth El Re-
ligious School will be honored at
Graduation Shabbat services,
Friday evening, June 2, at 8 p.m.
at the temple. The students, who
have written and will conduct
Shabbat services, include Julie
Binder,Craig Charnas, Jason
Charnas, Elaine Epstein, Beth
Siriani, Apple Snider, Marci
Sturman and Eric Zacks. The
sisterhood will host an Oneg
Shabbat in the graduates' hon-
or.
On Sunday, June 4, at 10
a.m., the 1995 Confimation
Class will be honored in cere-
monies in the temple. Members
of the class are Andrew Deutch-
man, Heather Dreyfuss, Scott
Epstein, Michael Farkas, Mor-
gan Fine, Seth Fisher, Max
Izbicki, Jared Kaplan, Ryan Ka-
plan, Michael Kuhn, Karen
Lockman, Robert Maskin, Lori
Mathews, Richard Mathews,
David Miller, Brooke Sherline,
Lindsey Sherline, Julie Snider,
Rebecca Sobel, Dana Turken,
Dana Weiner, Margo Weitzman
and Jordon Wertheimer. A kid-
dush in their honor will follow
the service.

Family Fund
Aids BBYO

Michigan Region B'nai B'rith
Youth Organization has estab-
lished the Alterman Family
Fund for Jewish leadership,
which will be used to underwrite
a portion of the costs of the two
Young Leadership Conclaves
sponsored by Michigan BBYO
each year.The fund is being es-
tablished by Irwin and Susan
Alterman, whose son, Owen,
served inm 1994-95 as Michi-
gan Region AZA president and
who first proposed the idea of
the Young Leadership Con-
claves.

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Students Win
Writing Awards

Hillel Day School students re-
cently won writing awards.
For the "America and Me"
writing contest, Aaron Lewis
won 1st place; Rebecca Pritikin,
2nd place; Alexis Pone; 3rd
place.
Detroit Free Press writing
award winners were: Aaron
Lewis, commendation; Rachel
Elrom, commendation; Tammy
Heisler; honorable mention.
All of these students are in
eighth grade and will graduate
June 12.

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