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June 23, 1995 - Image 98

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-06-23

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BBYO Elects
New Officers

Michigan Region B'nai B'rith
Youth Organization recently
held the installation of the new-
ly elected 1995-96 council offi-
cers. Allison Sweet of Ahavah
BBG and David Goldenberg of
Groucho Marx AZA were in-
stalled as the Michigan Region
presidents.
David was elected after serv-
ing as his chapter's program and
membership vice president,
council installation coordinator,
council membership vice presi-
dent and serving on the Michi-
gan Region Board of Directors.
David will be a senior at Berkley
High School next fall.
Allison has served as her chap-
ter's corresponding secretary, Mi-
lan coordinator and president.
She was the council installation
chair this year. Allison will be a
junior at Harrison High School.
The other AZA and BBG offi-
cers installed for the 1995-96
year are Shari Katz and Eric
Adelman, program vice presi-
dents; Elyse Stettner and Scott
Schwartz, membership vice pres-
idents; Erika Jablin and Mike
Newman, outstate vice presi-
dents; Hayley Alekman and
Gregg Finegood, treasures; Car-
ly Block and Robert Soltan, sec-
retaries; Dana Kraft and Jeff
Grey, reporters; and Michelle
Stern and Owen Altei man, coun-
selors.

BBYO Makes
Program Plans

Great Lakes AZA and BBG
Councils have selected new
chairmen for the 1995-96 pro-
gram year. The Judaism chairs
are David Rosen of Kishon AZA
and Robyn Berlin of Savage
BBG. They will be responsible
for planning the Jewish Heritage
Nights. The AZA chair for Kick-
off Dance, an event to be held in
October, is Josh Hearshen of
Marx AZA. AZA fall conclave co-
ordinator is Phil Rubin ofJolson
AZA. The conclave is an October
leadership weekend at Camp
Maas. The BBG Community

Service chair working with the
TASC program is Heidi Savin of
Shoshanna BBG. This year's
spirit and sport chair is Alana
Zaks from Ahava BBG.
BBYO summer programs will
start during the next few weeks.
Kallah, a four-week program at
B'nai B'rith Perlman Camp in
Starlight, Pennsylvania, will be-
gin on June 26. Eric Adelman,
Gregg Finegood and David
Goldenberg from Marx AZA and
Ariel Vinokur of Wallenberg
BBYO in Ann Arbor will attend
Kallah. On Tuesday, June 27,
BBYO's Israel Summer Insti-
tute (ISI) will begin. Michigan
BBYOers attending the 37 day
Outdoor Adventure ISI are
Janet Blumenfeld, Ahava BBG;
Aaron Kobernick, Marx AZA;
Aaron Lazarus, Hertzel AZA of
Windsor; Matthew Rochkind,
Marx AZA; Brian Selfon,
L'Chaim AZA; and Barry
Spilman, Kishon AZA. Erika
Jablin, Ruach BBG; Meredith
Green, Glazer BBG; Neal Lep-
setz, Strauss AZA; Jenna Levin,
Chaverot BBG, will attend the
26-day Outdoor Adventure ISI
program.
For BBYO information, call
the BBYO office, (810) 788-0700.

Na'amat Plans
Annual Luncheon

Na'amat USA, Greater Detroit
Council, will hold its annual Spir-
itual Adoption Luncheon on
Thursday, July 13, at noon at
Adat Shalom Synagogue
First instituted in 1963, the
spiritual adoption program pro-
vides for the maintenance of Is-
rael's neediest children. The
residential program cares for
children to the age of six who
have been neglected, abandoned
or abused.
The program will feature
guest speakers Esther Zackler,
past National President of
Na'amat USA; and Marlene Bor-
man, from the Joint Distribution
Committee.
There is a charge for the lun-
cheon. Reservations may be
made by calling the Council of-
fice, 967-4750, by July 6.

Brandeis - Tikvah
Holds Luncheon

Brandeis/Tikvah Chapter of
B'nai B'rith women will meet on
Tuesday, June 27, at Lincoln
Towers Clubroom for a noon lun-
cheon and program.
Program vicepresident Evelyn
Berger will present teachers and
students from Artistry in Motion
dance studios, directed by Gwen
Smith.
Guests are welcome. There is
a charge for luncheon. For infor-
mation, call Bea Fealk, 968-9556.

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