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September 30, 1988 - Image 53

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-09-30

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There is great joy in Jewish life. But how do
we pass on the message so that individuals of
all ages will identify—and seek to affiliate—
as Jews?
This was the question posed to the Federa-
tion Commission on Identity and Affiliation, a
group of 100 men and women representing a
broad range of Jewish involvement. At the
conclusion of their two-year study, they pro-
posed a series of creative programs to enhance
the quality of Jewish life.
The impact of their findings will be felt for
years to come—through innovative formal and
informal education, through new programs in
leadership development, Israel study and travel,
and exciting outreach efforts to young fami-
lies. To put these ideas into action will require
the cooperation of all our community's institu-
tions.

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