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October 04, 1985 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-10-04

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Nearly 1,000 people — ages 6
to 86 — have already signed up
to join in the Jewish commu-
nity's We Walk As One on Oct.
13, at the Jewish Community
Campus in West Bloomfield.
To date, such organizations as
Michigan State Temple Youth,
United Synagogue Youth and
B'nai B'rith Organization will
be walking side-by-side in a
show of solidarity to celebrate
Detroit's partnership with Israel
and the Jewish People.
The Walk is being sponsored
by the Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion and The Jewish News in
conjunction with a Community
Fair to be held the same day.
Set to begin with 1 p.m. regis-
tration, the Walk will start at
Hechtman Federation Apart-
ments and cover an 18-
kilometer (11-mile) route
through the surrounding area.
Participants may choose to walk
the entire route or stop at any of
ten checkpoints along the way,
where "toe trucks" will pick
them up and return them to the
Jewish Comniunity Center.
They will also have the option of
participating in a mini-walk.
For walkers seeking sponsors,
the decidion of how far to walk
will be made beforehand, as
they choose a goal and ask
sponsors to contribute a certain
amount per kilometer. Contribu-
tions will be collected from
sponsors when they sign up,
with walkers turning in their
money at registration on Oct.
13. Funds raised from the Walk
will help support humanitarian

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Jewish Campaign. Pre.
registration is necessary only for
walkers signing up sponsors.
Several prizes will be awarded
to walkers and all participants
will receive a certificate of
thanks. Those walkers who sign
up sponsors will have an oppor•
tunity to receive a free t-shirt.
Following the Walk, the
Community Fair will start at
2:30 p.m. at the Jewish Com-
munity Center. The festivities
will feature entertainment, food,
display booths and prizes.
Benjamin 'Rosenthal is chair.
man of the day. Alan Yost and
Susan Citrin are associate
chairmen.
To find out how individuals or
organizations can participate in
the Walk and Fair, call Leonard
Milstone at the Federation
office, 965-3939.

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