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April 11, 2003 - Image 85

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-04-11

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Tri-State Get-Together

Members of Michigan Region B'nai
B'rith Youth Organization partici-
pated in a three-day Inter-Regional
Kallah. (Judaic program) March 28-
30 in Milwaukee.
About 100 BBYO teens from
WiSconsin, Minnesota and
Michigan participated in religious
services, discussion groups, roller-
skating and other events.
The teens discussed belief in God,
Jewish values and how to promote
them and participated a session

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about the Jewish view of tattooing
and body piercing.
Michigan Region was responsible
for conducting a Saturday morning
service, followed by a participatory
Values Clarification Program, led by
Ariela Lis, Michigan Region's BBG
coordinator for the kallah. Lis is a
junior at Bloomfield Hills Roeper
Brian Rosenbaum, a senior at
North Farmington High School,
was. AZA coordinator.

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Ariella Lis, right, explained the program on Jewish values to BBYO
delegates, including Monica Well, Max Jacobson and Perry reicher.

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College Planning

Eleventh- and 12th-grade high
school girls are invited to attend
the two-part personal and career
awareness program for girls on
May 13 and 20, 5:30-8:30 p.m. at
JVS, 29699 Southfield Road,
Southfield. There is no charge.
The workshop will help Jewish
high school juniors and seniors
learn about their work styles,
career interests and aptitudes and
identify suitable college majors
and careers. The program is fund-
ed through a grant from the
Jewish Women's Foundation.
To register, call Diane Schwartz
or Debra Silver, (248) 559-5000.



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organization of the Jewish
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University of Michigan in Ann
Arbor, will offer during June and
July a Maimonides Jewish leader-
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students or young professionals
between the ages of 18-26.
Stipends are available.
There will be a second group,
for adults ages 27-45. There will
be a fee for the adult group.
For applications, call Machon
ETorah, (248) 967-0888. For
questions, call Rabbi Aaron D.
Eisemann, (734) 996-2000.

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