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Israel. 4. Temple Kot Ami 5. Farmington Rd. and Shillingham 6. West
Bloomfield High School 7. Pine Lake Mall
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ture displays from nearly 30 area at Temple Israel and Temple Kol
organizations, including Siani Ami on Walnut Lake Road, at
Hospital, Pioneer Women, Jewish Farmington Road and Shillin-
Information Service and National gham, and at West Bloomfield
Conference of Synagogue Youth. High School and Pine Lake Mall
At each booth, visitors will be able on Orchard Lake Road. Volun-
to speak with staff members and teers will stamp each walker's
volunteers, collect informational checkpoint card, hand out re-
material, view photo displays or freshments and call in "toe
trucks" for those who decide not to
The Jewish Welfare Federation complete the 11-mile roundtrip.
booth will feature a slide show on Pre-registered participants will
Israel among its attractions, and receive T-shirts and all walkers
The Jewish News will have a will be given certificates.
caricaturist designing special
Persons returning to the Center
personalized editions of the news-
paper for new subscribers.
The Fair's entertainment
showcase will be highlighted by
singers Judy Goldstein, Janet
Pont and Geri Levitt. The ABZ
Orchestra and the Senior Adult
Choir from the Jimmy Prentis
Morris Branch of the Jewish
Community Center will also be
The Klassy Klowns will also
perform, and many prizes will be
The afternoon's activities are
being co-sponsored by the Jewish
Welfare Federation and The
Jewish News. Walk and Fair
chairman Benjamin Rosenthal
sees the events as having a two-
fold purpose: "The Walk is an ex-
pression of the community's sup-
port and solidarity for Israel,
while the Fair shows Detroiters Ben Rosenthal
what its Jewish agencies have to
will be able to enjoy the Commu-
We Walk As One has an Israeli nity Fair until 6 p.m.
theme, Rosenthal says. Each of
Rosenthal wants to make the
the checkpoints along the route Walk and Fair the kick-off Jewish
will be named for an Israeli city, communal event each year. "We
and the Walk will end inside the started with last year's base, and
Jewish Community Center at a hope to expand again next year. In
30-foot mock-up of the Western 1984, 600 requests for Walk
Wall in Jerusalem.
pledge kits were mailed in ad-
Volunteers from the Hechtman vance of the walk. This year,
Federation Apartments, B'nai 1,200 kits have been mailed out.
B'rith Youth Organization "And a number of those kits were
(BBYO) board and Metro Detroit mailed this time to BBYO
B'nai B'rith will monitor the walk ' groups," Rosenthal says, "where
and its checkpoints. A local as many as 20 kids may be shar-
amateur radio group will provide ing a kit."
communications along the route.
The funds collected for Israel
"Most of the walk is on the are important, but so are the op-
sidewalks, but some of the route portunities for communal volun-
goes along the shoulder of the teers, says Rosenthal. More than
road," Rosenthal notes, "and we'll 100 persons haVe been working on
be carefully monitoring those Sunday's events. More oppor-
areas." The amateur radio oper- tunities for volunteering will be
ators will include Sherman presented by the 30 agencies nd
Goldman, Jeff Graff, Herb organizations which will have
Gubow, Earl Joyner, H.D. booths at the Fair.
Goldberg, Milt Dzodin and
Walk and Fair volunteers
began puting the event together
Checkpoints will be established last Spring, under the direction of
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