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Page 7-THE NEWS-November 1979
NEWS ... SPORTS
First Call For Basketball
Registration is now open for boys and girls ages 10 thru high
school for the 1979-80 Basketball season. As in previous years, Tem
ple Israel is sponsoring two teams which are open to members of
any Temple and/or JCC.
The two Temple Israel sponsored teams are for boys age 10 thru
grade 7 and for high school boys. If there are sufficient boys in
terested, Temple Israel will organize a team for the separate 8th
If there are girls interested in any of these same three age
divisions the JCC will help to form and will sponsor teams. If there
are enough sign-ups from boys to warrant forming additional
teams in any of these age divisions the JCC will help form and will
sponsor such teams.
League games are usually played late Saturday afternoon or ear
ly Saturday evening. Team practices are held on Sunday after
noons at the Randolph Jr. High gym.
Members of Temple Israel are requested to register through Tem
ple Israel. All others may register by calling the JCC (366-0357) or
by mailing the following form:
1979-80 Basketball Registration
Birthdate Current Grade
Nominal fees are now being determined. League play will
begin in early December.
A number of men'have ex
pressed an interest in pick-up
games of touch football. Any
men 21 and over who are in
terested in participating may do
so by coming down to the back
field Sunday mornings at 10
a.m. Touch football will con
tinue through the end of the
month. There is no fee, but is for
JCC members only.
We are really proud of our
team — as of October 9th, we
are. ip 1st place. Keep up the
Elise & Paula
Ron Lypski, coach of the Jaguars, the under 12 year old
soccer team, sponsored by the JCC, confers with some of his
players between quarters. From 1. to r., Ken Lypski, Darcy
Bienstock, Coach Lypski, Benji Schrader, Allison Tepper
and Nwncy Polk. •
BRUCE ELLIOT SCHOENES
By Appointment 535-4161 Member of
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^5 p.m. at the home of Lynn Lerner
3802 Columbine Circle
Large selection of hand-painted canvasses — specializing in
mooem and Oriental designs — Lucite items — Needlepoint
Mugs — Picture FVames —- Tennis Racquet (Prince) Covers —
Bell Pulls — Piano Bench Covers
Many new needli^int books & pamphlets
All proceeds go to local Jewish Charities.
I Instructor Beverly Howard surrounded by Chai members.
Frieda Dans concentrating on her painting.
All Fired Up!
These days it’s ceramics that
are getting all fired up at the
JCC thanks to the latest
generous gift from Lynn Lemer
and Yours Truly Needle
point — a professional
ceramics kiln. Over the past
year the fine art of working with
clay has become an important
element in the children’s
program. Under the direction of
skilled potter Cathy Seiderman,
miniature masterpieces have
been shaped by eager young
hands. Until recently Cathy
was forced to carefully pack and
transport the creations to places
like Spirit Square, and it had to
be done not once, but twice. The
first time was to fire the clay
itself and the second time to fire
the glazes which give the objects
their final color.
In order to find a solution the
JCC turned to Yours Truly
Needlepoint and to Lynn
Lerner. Her non-profit business
is really in the business of mak
ing dreams come true through
contributions of needed items to
Temples, the Academy and the
It took careful research but in
the end a truck pulled up to the
little house next door to the
main building and a gleaming
kiln was unloaded and in
stalled. Thanks to Lynn and her
assistant Sharon -Apfel, the
ceramics program c&n now
serve adults and senior adults
as well as continuing to inspire
creativity in the children.
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