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Page 4 NORFOLK J. C. C. NEWS Postmaster: If addressee has removed, notify sender on Form 3547, postage for which is guaranteed Sec. 562, P L.  R. U. S. POSTAGE PAID Norfolk, \\; irfiini.a Permit No. 625 YOUTH DIVISION 3 MONTHS OLD Youth Planning Committee Hears Special Report The Youth Division of the Norfolk Jwish Community C6uncil, which was officially started on May 1, 1947 has completed a 3 month period of aetiv)ty which augurs well for' its continuation and expansion through the fall and winter. A special report covering this period was submitted by Jack Salz, Director of Youth Ac- tivities, to the Youth Plan- ning Committee at its July meeting. A summary of this report fol]0ws : Aetivies began on May 14 at the Ohef Sholom vestry rooms and up to July 25, a period of 21/.) months, in- eluded : 10 Wednesdays at Ohef Sholom 6 Thursdays at Beth E1 1 Orchestra dance at the Hague Club 1 Orchestra dance at Beth E1 1 Sightseeing tout" of Wil- liamsburg and Mariner's ntuseuITl 1 Boat ride an swim at OM Point Comfort and Chamberlain Hotel i Meeting of the presi- dents of Jewish groups 1 Religio-eultural program in observance of Tishah B'ab. The total attendance of youth for all these activities was 1306, a significant and impressive figure. A youth mailing list of over 500 names has been compiled to which the Youth Division Bulletin has been mailed on a weekly basis. The program has consisted of recreational, social, educa- tional, musical, and religious Aufelgers activities listed as follows: Formal and informal Dancing, Dance Instruction, Ping-Pong, Basketball, Baseball, Voice Re- cording, Instrumental recording', Group Singing, Tishah B'ab, Movies, Chess, Checkers, Jig-saw p u z z 1 e s, Anagrams, Solitaire Bridge, Picnicking, Bus Rides, Sketching, Swimming, P i a n o, Guitar, Quizzes, Contests, Tour- naments Sightseeing, Boat Ride. This variety, which includes mass, small group, and in- dividual activities, will be fur- ther expanded and improved in time. Projects planned for Aug- us include a three-city outing on August 3rd involving the youth of Newport News, Po:tsmouth and Norfolk which will be an all day affair with a program of socialibility, picnicking, swimming, games, inter-city competition, buffet supper and an orchestra dance. Newport News will be the host city. An orchestra dance will be held at the Hague Club on Aug. 14. Two more inter- city affairs will be held later with Norfolk and Portsmouth taking turns as the host city. In the planning stage now among the Directors of New- port News, Portsmouth and Norfolk is the inter-city train- ing course for those young men and women who have demonstrated capacities for leadership. Tentative plans have been made for seminars, workshops, and lectures con- ducted by outstanding author- iites in the recreational and group work field. Simultaneously with the ac- tivities above- outlined has been the slow but firm con- struction of an overall Jewish Youth Council to coordinate and enrich the programs of Norfolk's Jewish Youth groups. Knowledge of and interest in the Youth Division and its activities h a v e spread con- siderably during the past 3 months. Norfolk's youth as well as their parents have re- acted most favorably to these activities and are looking for- ward to an intensified Jewish Center Youth program in the fall and winter. Dates to watch for now are August 3rd (inter-city pro- gram); August 14th (orehes- trae dance) ; and a date to be set for a meeting of the Board of Directors of the Jewish Youth Council. Outings at Williamsburg, Mariner's Museum and Old Point Comfort On Sunday, June 29, a bu trip, picnic, and sightseeing tout" were held at Colonial Wil, ilamsburg in which 34 boys, gMs and volunteers partici' pared. The number was held down by the early morning threatening weather. Include in the program of this happy and interesting day's outin was a trip to the faseinatin naval and marine exhibit ai the Mariner's Museum. The colorful pool of th Chamberlain H o t e 1 in Old Point Comfort was the scene of our next outing on Tues" day, July 8. An outdoor pic- nic, swimming, and water' games were the order of the day. The hospitality aceorde these groups on each of the : outings was gracious. Era" ployees and observers at tire Hotel Chamberlin compliment" ed the group on their deport" ment throughout tile day. ,' The water games yielded keen competition and many laughs. The winners were: 1. Balloon Blowing Contest Younger Group : Eleanor Horne, first Anna Forman, second Gilbert Stone, third Reatha Mirman, fourth Intermediate group : Stanley Rosenberg, firs Don G'oldmintz, second Arthur Solomon, third Senior group : Ervin Alperin, first d Howard Popkin, secon Helen Kener. third 2. Free Style Swimming Contest Younger group : Reatha Mirrnan, first Telsa Learman, second Eleanor Horne, third Intermediate group. Gilbert Stone, first Arthur Solomon. second Senior group : Ervin Alperin, first Howard Popkin, second Irving Alperin, third 3. Water Walking Contest: Younger group: Sheila Kessel. first Eleanor Horne, second Reatha Mirman, third Intermediate group : Arthur Solomon and Do0 Goldmintz tied for firs Stanley Rosenberg, sec" ond Senior group : Howard Popkin, first Pauline Wasserman, sec" ond Jerry Smtih, third Group leaders for the Wil: liamsburg outing were Victor Baker, Lou Mirman, Sara Cohen, and Mrs. Helen Gre- bow. Volunteers at the swim out" ing were Mrs. Helen GreboW and Mrs. Mollie Heller. L