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May 17, 1996 - Image 74

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1996-05-17

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ERIC ADELNIAN
Berkley

CARRIE APSEL
Southfield-Lathrup

AARON AVERBUCH
West Bloomfield

KENNETH BARR
Andover

Adelman served two terms as
president of Marx AZA and now
is Michigan Region BBYO first
vice president. He went on the
March of the Living as a sopho-
more and has given nearly 40
presentations about the trip. He
is a member of National Honor
Society, is both clarinet and sax-
ophone section leader in the band
and will attend George Wash-
ington University.

Apsel is a member of Scholars
Plus, the newspaper and year-
book staff, Hebrew Club and In-
teract. She was a member of
Central Region USY and was re-
gional communications vice pres-
ident this year. She is active in
Michigan Jewish AIDS Coalition
and the WWJ explorers group.
She plans to major in communi-
cations at Michigan State Uni-
versity.

Averbuch is editor of yearbook,
Michigan-Israel Connection's
"Babaganuush" and the Central
Region USY newsletter. He
spent a semester in Jerusalem
on Project Discovery and is pres-
ident of Beth Abraham Hillel
Moses USY. He is a member of
National Honor Society and
earned a National Merit special
scholarship. He will attend
Washington University in St.
Louis.

Barr is president of National
Honor Society, has performed in
three school musicals and is a
member of Chamber Singers and
Baron Vocal Octet. He is pro-
duction director and a DJ at
WBFH Radio, participated in
Science Olympiad, Chemistry
Olympiad, Quiz Bowl and track.
He plans to attend the Univer-
sity of Michigan College of En-
gineering.

MATTHEW BASSIN
Waterford Mott

ELITE BEN-OZER
Southfield-Lathrup

AMANDA BERG
Harrison

JOSH BERLIN-HERMAN
Harrison

Berg has participated in track
for four years, and placed 11th
in the state last year. She is a
captain of the team this year.
She is a member of the Nation-
al Honor Society and has held ex-
ecutive positions in BBYO. She
is planning to attend Lyman
Briggs College at Michigan State
University in the fall and will
study pre-medicine.

Berlin-Herman is editor of the
school newspaper, treasurer
of SADD, a peer mediator, mem-
ber of National Honor Society
and Phi Beta Kappa, and
president of Adat Shalom USY,
where he received the Posen
Award. He marched in the
Thanksgiving Parade Honor
Corps and won second place in a
video competition. He will study
pre-medicine at the University
of Michigan.



These
graduating
seniors have
earned top
marks at
Michigan
high schools.

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Bassin is a member of National
Honor Society and plays rhythm
guitar in Mott's jazz band. He is
a madrich in Congregation Shir
Tikvah's family-education pro-
gram. He is a recipient of a
University of Michigan Regents-
Alumni Scholarship and a
William Beaumont Hospital
Scholarship and plans to attend
the U-M College of Engineering.

Ben-Ozer is a member of Na-
tional Honor Society, Phi Beta
Kappa, Scholars Plus, Green
Club, BBG and vice president of
Interact. In tennis, she played
no. 1 singles for four years, was
captain, MVP, All-League, All-
Area, Detroit Free Press Scholar-
Athlete, and won a $5,000
Footaction USA scholarship. She
will attend the University of
Michigan.

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