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The Detroit Jewish News, 2010-03-04

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FINE CHINESE DINING

"A wonderful adventure in fine dining" — Danny Raskin

eremy Sherman of West
Bloomfield has just been
ihill elected to serve as the
international president (Grand Aleph
Godol) of BBYO's young men's divi-
sion, Aleph Zadik
Aleph (AZA).
Sherman was
elected to the board
of the worldwide
pluralistic Jewish
teen movement in
front of more than
800 teen leaders at
Jeremy
BBYO's International
Sherman
Convention last
month in Dallas.
Sherman, who will graduate this
spring from West Bloomfield High
School, will defer his first year of
college to spend the 2010-11 term
mentoring leadership skills and help-
ing teens create programming. He'll
also represent teens at major corn-
munal gatherings and encourage teen
involvement in the broad spectrum of
Jewish life.
"Being elected as Grand Aleph
Godol has been the result of four
remarkable years of growth in leader-

ship, Jewish identity and self-empow-
erment," said Jeremy, son of Fanny and
Jeffrey Sherman.
"My journey to this point would not
have been possible without the guid-
ance, support and inspiration of all the
people in my life."
Sherman, a member of
Congregation Shaarey Zedek of
Oakland County, has been actively
involved with BBYO's Michigan Region
for four years.
"Jeremy has already made such a
significant impact in our commu-
nity," said Eric Adelman, director of
Michigan Region BBYO.
"He is a leader who has a vision of
what Jewish teens can do and the abil-
ity to inspire his peers to achieve it!'
Said Jeremy, "Throughout the last four
years, I have realized that BBYO allows
me to voice my opinion and truly make
a difference in the world around me.
"It is my hope that during my year
as president I will be able to inspire
Alephs across the order and continue
strengthening every aspect of this
great organization."
For more information on BBYO,
visit www.bbyo.org . Learn more about
Jeremy in the March 18 Teen2Teen
section inside the Jewish News.

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TID, the Alliance for Teens
in Detroit, has announced
March programming.
ATID's youth group, Motor City USY
(MCUSY), goes ice skating on Sunday,
March 7, (3-5 p.m.) at the Novi Ice
Arena. Cost is $7 for members and
$10 for nonmembers (includes skates
and snacks). RSVP by March 4 to
Marni Jacobson at Marni.jacobson@
frankelja.org.
ATID hosts the WOW Writing
Workshop for 11th-grade teens and
their parents on Monday, March 8
(6:30-8:30 p.m.) at ATID. There is no
cost for the workshop. WOW Writing
Workshop discusses the myths and
facts with writing coaches who can
help you turn everyday experiences
into compelling stories. The work-
shop is presented by Kimberly Lifton
and Susan Knoppow of Wow Writing
Workshop. For more information
contact: Susan Knoppow at (248) 895-
4935 or susan@wowwritingworkshop.
coin.
Motivational speaker Jordan Levin
and his parents Martin and Mollene
Levin will speak about their experi-

ence at ATID on Monday, March 22
(6:30-7:30 p.m.). Jordan Levin was
born profoundly deaf and has perse-
vered in life. Copies of Martin Levin's
book We Were Relentless: A Family's
Journey to Overcome Disability will be
available for purchase. The event, at
Hillel Day School in Farmington Hills,
is free and open to the public.
Rak Shalom, the Jewish a capella
group from the University of
Maryland, comes to ATID on Monday,
March 15. Members of the a capella
group will speak to ATID 12th-grade
classes and then perform a concert for
the entire school. There is no charge
for tickets. Contact Rabbi Jason Miller
for information: atidhs@gmail.com or
(248) 539-5783.
ATID, the Alliance for Teens in
Detroit, is an after-school program for
8th-12th graders in Metro Detroit. It
meets each Monday evening at Hillel
Day School in Farmington Hills. The
mission of ATID is to provide Jewish
education for post b'nai mitzvah teens
in a stimulating environment foster-
ing an appreciation of lifelong Jewish
living and learning. 11

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