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April 01, 1988 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-04-01

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FRIDAY, APRIL 1, 1988

The Israeli singing troupe Orot Hashcuna.

Dance, Singing Groups
To Mark Israel's 40th

Tickets are on sale now for
a Music Hall performance by
the Israeli dance company In-
bal. The show at 7:30 p.m.,
April 17, will launch the
community-wide celebration
of Israel's 40th anniversary of
statehood.
Seats are available through
the Jewish Coinmunity
Center in West Bloomfield,
Music Hall and Ticketron
locations.
The Inbal performance is
made possible, in part, by a
grant from the National
Foundation for Jewish
Culture.
In addition to their perfor-
mance at Music Hall, Inbal
will hold a dance workshop at
8:30 p.m. Monday, April 18 at
the Maple/Drake Jewish
Community Center. There
will be no charge for the
workshop. Inbal is a modern
dance troupe based on the
Yemenite tradition.
Detroiters will also
welcome back the Israeli sing-
ing troupe Orot Hashcuna
(Lights of the Neighborhood)
when they perform April 25
at the Maple/Drake Jewish
Community Center. The con-
cert begins at 7:30 p.m.
Orot Hashcuna is a group of
Israeli teens, age 16-23, from
Israel's Project Renewal
neighborhoods. Their perfor-
mance includes traditional
Israeli songs in Hebrew and
English plus a new medley of
Yiddish songs.
Allied Jewish Campaign co-
chairman Jane Sherman who
serves as UJA national chair-
man of Project Renewal, said,
"Orot Hashcuna is a true suc-
cess story of Project Renewal
. . . The kids volunteer their
time because they want to

.

show us that they appreciate
our efforts in helping them to
help themselves?'
TWO of the group's 18
members are from Ramla,
Detroit's Project Renewal
sister city.
An Israel Trade Fair, hosted
by the American-Israel
Chamber of Commerce, will
take place May 1-5 at the Tel
Twelve Mall. A number of
companies have already sign-
ed up to take part in the ex-
hibit of Israeli-made products
that range from small ap-
pliances to computers, foods
and clothing.
A gala opening will kick off
the Trade Fair on May 1.
On May 2, Jeane Kirkpat-
rick will address the com-
munity at a 40th anniversary
reception. The event is plann-
ed for 7:30 p.m. at Congrega-
tion Shaarey Zedek. Kirkpat-
rick is former U.S. am-
bassador to the United
Nations.

Remembrance
Ceremony Set

Each year, on the day before
Yom Haatzmaut, the Jewish
nation remembers its sons
and daughters who gave their
lives in the wars for Israel.
In Israel, a siren is sound-
ed for one minute on the mor-
ning of Yom Hazikaron,
marking the beginning of the
Memorial Day. Flags are
lowered at half staff, traffic
halts, and all activity ceases.
Mothers and fathers, wives
and children, brothers and
sisters mourn their loved
ones.
At the end of the day, the
siren sounds once more. The

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