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The Charlotte Jewish news. (Charlotte, N.C.) 19??-current, November 01, 1979, Image 7

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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 grade league. 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 Name Sex Birthdate Current Grade Nominal fees are now being determined. League play will begin in early December. Touch Football 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. Ladies Tennis B Team We are really proud of our team — as of October 9th, we are. ip 1st place. Keep up the good playing! 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 PHOTOGRAPHY By Appointment 535-4161 Member of Mention "fhe News" •. ASSOCIATED PHOTOGRAPHERS and receive ji discount. : . INTERNATIONAL ; YOUHS TRULY NEEDLEPOINT k i’' V.-\ ^ ^5 p.m. at the home of Lynn Lerner 3802 Columbine Circle 366-6766 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 20% discount All proceeds go to local Jewish Charities. CHAI PAINTING CLASS % ,#16!!?'^ I Instructor Beverly Howard surrounded by Chai members. I I 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 JCC. 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. Make your next party a success. . LET THE DELI CATER TO YOU. . . . We can accommodate your individual needs. . . . ★ HOLIDAY PARTIES ★ ★ OFFICE PARTIES ★ ^ BUSINESS LUNCHEONS ^ ^ WEDDINGS^ ^ BAR MITZVAHS ^ ★ BANQUETS ★ DdiTown Cotswold Shopping Center 366-5405 We specialize in party trays **The meeting place for the Jewish Community**

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