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August 16, 1985 - Image 3

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-08-16

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Communal Walk, Fair
Make Debut On Octal 3

Benjamin F, Rosenthal has
been named chairman of a dou-
ble community event — We
Walk as One and Community
Fair — to be sponsored jointly
by the Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion and The Jewish News on
Oct, 13,
'Announcement of the event
and Rosenthal's chairmanship
war made by Federation
President Joel D, Tauber, Let.
tore from Tauber and Rosenthal
went out this week to all eyna.
gogues, agencies and organize.
Lions affiliated with the Jewish
Community Council, inviting
their participation in the walk
and fair,
The joint sponsorship by Fed.
oration and The Jewish News is
the first for the Jewish commu-
nity,
Rosenthal said the purpose of
the walk is to show the come
munity's solidarity with Israel
in a community.wide setting,"
The fair, he said, is for people
who wouldn't participate in the
walk, but want to learn what's
going on in the community,
He said ho hoped that the
walk and fair would get the
community more involved in
communal affairs, His aim is to
make the day "a family event,"
Rosenthal said he was pleased
by The Jewish News involve.
mat, The walk, Rosenthal said,
will be like a trip through Ise
rael, where checkpoints along
the route will be named for Is.
rash cities, Walkers will have
their "passports" 'stamped as
they
pass the various
checkpoint.,

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There also will be entertain.
ment, food and activities for
kids, About 80 volunteers have
been enlisted for a variety of
duties, such as setting up the
fair, monitoring the walkers,
helping at registration and
cleaning up afterward,
Rosenthal, who received the
William H. Boesky Young Lead.
ership Award from Federation
in 1981, is active in the Cam.
paign and is a graduate of the
Hadracha leadership develop.
mont program, Ho is former
president of the Young Adult
Division and is a member of the
Community Services Division
and the board of United Hebrew
Schools, He is a member of
Cong, Shaarey Zedek,
Serving with Rosenthal as
co-chairmen of the day are Alan
Yost and Susan Citric, Yost,
who is executive director of
Adat Shalom Synagogue, sits on
the Culture and Education Di.
vision of Federation the Detroit
Soviet Jewry Committee and the
Jewish Community Center
board, He has chaired several
community events for Israel In.
dependence Day,
Citrin, who will chair the fair
events on Oct, 13, is president of
Jewish Family Service and was
recipient of Federation's Sylvia
Simon Greenberg Award in
1981, She has been an officer in
the Federation Women's Di.
vision and its Allied Jewish
Campaign and is active in save
oral Jewish communal organiza-
tions,
For information on the walk
and fair, call Allan Geffond,
9613.3939,

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