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June 26, 2008 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2008-06-26

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Front Lines

Israel Scouts will convey the Jewish homeland's culture and spirit in a
July 13 concert at Congregation Beth Ahm in West Bloomfield.

Sc o ut 'Em Out!

Caravan of singing, dancing
teens showcases the energy
and enthusiasm of Israel.

David Sachs
Senior Copy Editor

G

et to meet 10 teens — the
cream of the crop of Israeli
youth. Or better yet, let them
entertain you!
A contingent of highly talented
Israel Scouts, five boys and five girls,
are coming to West Bloomfield. They'll
sing, dance and share stories of their
lives in Israel.
In honor of Israel's 60th birthday,
Congregation Beth Ahm is hosting
a concert of the Scouts, or Tzofim in
Hebrew, at 7 p.m. Sunday, July 13. The
troupe will perform for a full hour,
expressing the joy and beauty of
Israeli culture.
The 17-year-old performers, one
of three Tzofim Friendship Caravans
that are touring North America, were

selected from 60,000 Israel Scouts for
their musical talent, outgoing per-
sonalities, communication skills and
fluidity in English.
The caravan rehearsed for four
months, learning complex dance steps
and practicing quick costume changes.
Their audiences are encouraged to join
in with them in song and dance.
A question-and-answer period
will follow and refreshments will be
served. The concert is presented by the
Beth Ahm Sisterhood and Men's Club.
Tickets are $10. Children ages 5-13
are $5. Children under age 5 are free.
Patron tickets are also available.
Beth Ahm is located at 5075 W.
Maple Road. For information, call the
synagogue at (248) 851-6880.
In addition, the Scouts will make an
appearance 7:30 p.m. Friday, July 11,
at Shabbat services at Temple Israel in
West Bloomfield. O

Akiva's 'Ultimate' Reunion
Yeshivat Akiva in Southfield will hold its first school reunion — "The Ultimate
Class Reunion" — from noon-4 p.m. Sunday, July 6, at the school.
The event allows anyone who was a student at Akiva from 1964 to the present to
enjoy a day to look back with fellow classmates and teachers and to catch up with
what's new at the school. You didn't have to have graduated from Akiva to attend.
Festivities also will include games, music, food and a few surprises.
Tickets purchased before Friday, June 27, are $5 person, with $30 maximum
per family. The week of the event and at the door tickets will be $10 per person,
with $60 maximum per family. A portion of the proceeds will go towards Akiva's
scholarship fund.
For details or to RSVP, call Sidney Katz, Akiva's executive director, (248) 386-
1625 or e-mail sidneykatz@akivak12.org.

- Ken Guten Cohen, story development editor

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