JOIN OUR DIAMOND,
Michigan expats feel
love for youth group.
BYO-Michigan Region will
host a reunion for alumni
living in the New York
City area 6:30-8:30 p.m. Thursday,
Oct. 27, at Destination (Avenue A
and 13th Street). Tickets are $25
and include appetizers and a drink
"BBYO was not simply a four-
year high school experience, but
one that will remain with me for-
ever',' said Shari Katz Graham, an
event chair and an associate at the
law firm Skadden, Arps."It encour-
aged my growth as a woman, leader
In addition to Graham, the event
is chaired by Tracey Weiss and
Jordy Brackett, all Detroit "expats"
living in New York.
"BBYO has such proud alumni
— proud of their association
with BBYO and their homeland of
Detroit — and this event celebrates
that pride said Eric Adelman,
director of BBYO-Michigan Region.
"I am humbled that my friends and
our alumni care so much about
BBYO that they helped organize
this event to support scholarships
and subsidies for current BBYOers
so they can have the same great
experiences our alumni had."
In addition to Destination's
regular menu, they will bring in
Michigan craft beer to further the
connection back to Detroit. And,
with a little luck, the Tigers playoff
run will continue with a World
Series game the night of the event.
For more information or to reg-
ister for the event, visit www.bbyo.
org/MI-NYC2011 or contact Eric
Adelman at (248) 432-5689 or
email@example.com. Also, a page on
Facebook is devoted to the event.
BBYO is the leading pluralistic
Jewish teen movement aspiring to
involve more Jewish teens in more
meaningful Jewish experiences.
For nearly 90 years, AZA and BBG
chapters in communities around
the world have been providing
leadership programs and identity
enrichment experiences, shaping
the lives of 250,000 alumni.
BBYO continues to grow in
Metropolitan Detroit, reaching
1,500 Jewish teens last school year
— an increase of 20 percent over
the last two years. 1
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& Lou Seligman
COMMUNITY MENTAL HEALTH
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Dr. Levy will discuss a practical and effective approach to creating motivation
and working with children and teens with challenging behaviors. Participants will
learn how to interact more positively, and learn innovative and practical tools to
help their children/teens develop better frustration tolerance and coping skills,
while increasing motivation. Dr. Levy will use role play and humor to illustrate the
technique of applying a respectful yet persistent approach to creating change.
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ol Collaborative. Approved provider number: MICEC-0067. This program has
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For continuing education questions or grievances. please contact Core Learning, Inc. at
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To register online, please visit www.jewishdetroit.org/familycircle
Questions? Contact Shoshana Baruch at 248-205-2549.
Beaumont Center for
Jeffrey Betman, Ph.D.
Child & Family Solutions
Peggy and Dennis Frank
Julie Eisman and
Learning Disabilities Clinic
David Maiseloff L.C.S.W.
Adam B. Plotnick, Ph.D.
Steven Spector, Ph.D., P.C.
October 13 ft2011