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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-08-08

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Friday, August 8, 1986

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

YOUTH

Today's Zionists

Continued from preceding page

with a lot of Arabs," Raider
explained. "Now that they
know Ragihb, I'm sure they
will be invited to his village
and his sister's wedding."
Understanding the rele-
vance of being in a Zionist
organization is one of the
things that draws these
teenagers together. Neverthe-
less, each person has his own
opinion of why it is important
to be involved. "I think it is
important that Jews support
Israel because I feel like it is a
second home," Nicole Nash of
Columbia, Maryland ex-
plained. "If we don't care
about Israel, we can't expect
others to care." Washington
D.C. resident Alan Silber and
Canadian Gaby Rothman both
feel that making aliyah is an
important part of Zionism. "I
consider Israel my first home
and my eventual goal. That is
where I'll be and that's where
my children will grow up,"
Rothman said.
"One of the main things
about Zionism is having
people understand how impor-
tant Israel is to me," Silber
said.
'Rachel Berlin has yet to de-
cide whether she will make
aliyah. "The biggest part of
Habonim is the awareness
that they give you. Even if you
don't move to Israel, they
make it so you care," she ex-
plained. "You will read in the
newspapers and understand
what's going on, and what af-
fects the Jewish people, and
what you can do to help Israel
stay a state."
Besides giving the campers
a chance to be in a different
atmosphere for a weekend, the
seminar was held at the JCC
because of the facilities and
the closeness of the Holocaust
Memorial Center.
On Friday night, after the
teens prepared' their own
dinner and Shabbat programs,
debates followed on the prob-
lems of Jewish life in Diaspora
and the Aryan World Con-
gress — the recent gathering
of white supremacists in
Idaho. "Each camper took
sides and debated the issue. It
became very philosophical and
it got kids to respond from the
gut," Raider said.
According to Benny
Schwarz, most of the teena-
gers practice Reform Judaism
and therefore, an official
Saturday morning service was
not planned but, those that
wanted to hold an observance
did. Discussions on Zionism
and the meaning of Israel in
contemporary Jewish life fol-
lowed. Afterwards, the
youngsters viewed a video
of writer Amos Oz discuss-
ing Israel-Diaspora relations.
The campers even had the
opportunity to test their
drama ability by acting out a
chapter in James Michener's
novel, The Source.
The campers spent Sunday
listening. to Holocalist sur-
vivor Martin Schlanger speak.
Tom Wexelberg-Clouser dis-

cussed the Jewish Welfare
Federation's perception of
Israeli-Arab relations. With
the convenience of the
Holocaust Memorial Center
next door, they spent time
touring the building and also
presented songs and dances to
the senior citizens at the
nearby Fleischman Apart-
ments.
The seminar was intense,
according to the campers, but
there was still time for
socializing, singing songs and
taking in a movie.
When they leave Camp
Tavor on Aug. 17, not only will
they be taking memories of
camp and the seminar with
them, but also the anticipation
of being reunited again in Is-
rael. II]

BBYO

Three Win Prizes

Wendy Goldstein is the re-
cipient of the 1986 Joan Kalef
Memorial Leadership Award.

The award recognizes leader-
ship achievement within
BBYO and "will allow Wendy
to attend the BBYO Interna-
tional Convention in August.
Jennifer Adler, a senior at
West Bloomfield High School,
is the 1986 recipient of the Ar-
lene Viviaii Moss Israel Pro-
gram Scholarship. She is par-
ticipating this summer in the
BBYO Israel Summer Insti-
tute, a six week study tour of .
Israel.
Lorie Savin is the 1986 reci-
pient of the William Katz
Memorial Leadership Award:

She is a junior at Southfield-
Lathrup High School. In the
coming year, Lorie will serve
as a member of the Michigan

BBYO board of directors.
The scholarship award will
enable Lorie to attend the In-
ternational Leadership Train-
ing Conference of BBYO in
August.

Youth Leaders

Gary Weisserman of Rose
AZA and Wendy Goldstein of
Shira BBG were installed re-
cently as presidents of the
Great Lakes AZA and BBG
Councils respectively, at the
annual BBYO Installation
held at Adat Shalom Syna-
gogue.
Gary has been a member of
Rose AZA - for two years and
served last year as Reporter
for the Great Lakes AZA
Council. This fall he will enter
the 12th grade at Harrison
High School in Farmington
Hills. -
Wendy has been a member
of Shira BBG for two years
and served last year as chap-
ter president. She will be

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