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September 29, 1995 - Image 94

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-09-29

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"Not Great Jewish Theatre . . .Great Theatre"

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AZA And BBG
Appoint Chairs

By NORMAN LESSING

The AZ and BBG council
executive boards have appoint-
ed six chairmen who will coor-
dinate winter leadership
weekends.
Cameron Smith, Strauss AZA,
and Jill Kraizman, Glazer BBG,
will chair the Senior Getaway
Weekend to be held at the BBYO
Milan Conference Center, Jan.
26-28. Andrew Ceifetz, Kishon
AZA, Ben Salba, Jolson AZA,
Leslie Zack, Ahava BBG, and
Amy Zimmerman of Rauch BBG
are the chairs of the two Young
Leadership Conclaves, which will
be held at the Milan Conference
Center on Feb. 2-4 and on Feb.
23-25.
Monday, Oct. 2 is the deadline
for chapters to register members,
who will have free admission to
the BBYO Kickoff Dance on Sat-
urday, Oct. 7, 8:30-11:30 p.m. at
the West Bloomfield Jewish
Community Center. There is an
admission charge for non-regis-
tered members and guests. Oct.
2 is also the deadline for each
chapter to submit to the BBYO
office the name of the chapter
chairman for Regional Conven-
tion.
AZA and BBG councils will
hold their monthly meetings on
Thursday, Oct. 5. AZA will meet
at the Agency for Jewish Edu-
cation building and BBG meets
at the West Bloomfield JCC. In-
formation on the upcoming Fall
Conclave will be provided at
these meetings.
For information on BBYO pro-
grams and membership, call the
BBYO Chapter Service Center
at (810) 788-0700.

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Stretch, Reach
For Children

Jewish Family Service and the
Jewish Community Center will
offer a creative after-school pro-
gram for children with Attention
Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
(ADHD).
"Stretch and Reach" will of-
fer children supervised recre-
ation and socialization groups.
Programming is designed to al-
low children with ADHD to
stretch and reach for new goals,
to make new friends, to achieve
their full potential. All pro-
gramming will be led by trained
JCC recreation and JFS social
work staff.
Groups will meet once a
week at each JCC location. JFS
will provide transportation for
the children from school to the
JCC. A series of concurrent
parenting workshops will pro-
vide support for participating
parents.

Registration is now being ac-
cepted for the fall. Call Judith
Stevenson at Jewish Family Ser-
vice, (810) 559-1500, for infor-
mation. There is a subsidized fee
for this program.
"Stretch and Reach" is a re-
cipient of the Jewish Federation
of Metropolitan Detroit's Max M.
Fisher Jewish Community Foun-
dation.

Parenting Center
Offering Classes

Congregation Shaarey Zedek
is hosting Kitchen Table, a
morning class for moms and
their babies. The series covers
the different developmental
stages of babies, infant CPR,
health issues, making decisions
as a parent, Jewish celebra-
tions, and songs. Sue Seidman
leads the class on Thursdays,
Oct. 26-Dec. 7, at 9:30 a.m. at
Shaarey Zedek- Southfield.
Babysitting is available by
reservation.
At the SZ-B'nai Israel Par-
enting Center, new classes are
being offered:
Sense of Shabbat is a program
for moms and children.Different
Songs, blessings and stories for
Shabbat will be taught. Partici-
pants will be able to explore Jew-
ish books, items ofJudaica and
toys. People can just drop in and
join on Oct. 6 from 10-11 a.m.
There is no fee.
The next Challah Days will be
on Friday, Oct. 6, 11 a.m.-1 p.m.
Ruth Beresh and Karen Goss
will teach how to make a challah
for Shabbat. Participants will be
able to take a challah home to
bake.
Some classes have fees. For in-
formation, call Ruth Beresh, 681-
5353.

Super Sunday
Incentive

The Jewish Federation's Young
Adult Division and The Jewish
News have created an incentive
for Jewish young adults to make
a first-time or increased pledge
on behalf of the Allied Jewish
Campaign.
All young adults will be en-
couraged on Super Sunday, Oct.
1, to contribute a minimum
of $18 to the YAD Campaign. In
return for the first-time gifts or
a 10 percent increase, non-sub-
scribers to The Jewish News will
receive a complimentary four-
week trial subscription to the
newspaper.
To volunteer for the 6-9 p.m.
Super Sunday YAD shift, call
Jenifer Rosenwasser or Jim
Rosenberg at the Jewish Feder-
ation, (810) 642-4260.

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