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December 10, 2009 - Image 54

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2009-12-10

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LIMITED SPACE IS STILL 3,AVAILABLE

Detroit Federation's 201

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50th Gathering from page 53

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Shoshie Levin, 17, of Oak Park

with Leah, 17, and Rivka Snider,

19, of Southfield —amid the beau-

tifully decorated school halls.

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and gracious hospitality of Metro
Detroit. Thirteen buses took
attendees to The Henry Ford's
Greenfield Village in Dearborn on
Friday. On Shabbos afternoon, local
community members hosted small
home-hospitality gatherings for
groups of 25-35 students each.
The girls thoroughly enjoyed the
live band and spirited dancing on
Motzei Shabbos (Saturday night),
which, for many, was a highlight of
a weekend full of spirit and achdus
(unity).
Sunday's program included an
address by Rabbi Paysach Krohn
of New York City and Rebbitzen
Esther Bakst of Southfield as
well as Detroit's famous "mystery
Chidon (Bible contest);' created in
memory of the late Rabbi Sholom
Goldstein, who 50 years ago spear-
headed the creation of the first-ever
Beth Jacob convention.
Running concurrently with the
students' program was a schedule
of workshops, panels and round-
table discussions for the attend-
ing principals and teachers. They
gained enormously from this pro-
fessional development opportunity
to exchange ideas, discuss pro-
grams and gain new perspectives
on topics of education. 1

www.jewishdetroir.urg/teersmissiun

JULY 5 AUGUST 4

2009-2010 Grades 9-12 Eligible

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Mark Kowalskg, Chair • Suzan Curhan, Advisor

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Shulamis Rubinfeld is a principal of

Beth Jacob School for Girls in Oak

Federation
of Metropolitan Detroit

Park.

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