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December 16, 1988 - Image 94

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-12-16

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THE DIASPORA I

Two Doors

Continued from preceding page

Porents be Torah foe AN Children
MICHIGAN CHAPTER

Cordially invites you to its

8th Annual Dinner

HONORING:

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for his years of dedicated service.
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trance," one of the men ex-
plained to my husband in
German.
Some historians suggest
that these two entrances —
one for the Jews of Endingen
and one for the Jews of
Lengnau — are reminders of
a local dispute between the
towns.
Eventually, the gate to the
cemetery opened. We walked
among the rows upon rows of
old, barely legible stones. We
passed the section of the
burial grounds reserved for
women who died in
childbrith.
One of the young men ex-
plained that they were from
Luzern. Some had come to
pay respects to their long-
dead ancestors. Some were
hoping to find the

gravestones of relatives. I,
somewhat guiltily took
photographs of the men as
they walked through the
grass and knelt over the
stones, sometimes clearing
away moss that had grown on
the headstones. Daylight was
turning to dusk, and my hus-
band and I had to find a place
to spend the night. We started
walking towards our car.
"Did you take pictures of
us?" one of the men asked.
"Yes," I answered meekly,
hoping they weren't offened.
"Good," he replied. "It's im-
portant that people know that
young Jews haven't forgot-
ten."
There were two doors. And
then two gates. Now two Jews
said goodbye in the dark
woods filled with the past. ❑

Fresh Air. Offers Camp
Mips To Jewish Teens

The Fresh Air Society,
Tamarack Camps, will offer a
25-day Canadian Rockies
bike/hiking trip this summer
for teens entering 11th and
12th grades. The campers will
bike extensively in the Banff
and Jasper National Parks in
Alberta while visiting the ci-
ty of Banff, Lake Louise and
the Columbia Ice Fields. A
chase vehicle will carry all
luggage and food. The trip
departs by bus on July 30.
Three 32-day western teen
trips will take teens entering
10th-12th grades backback-
ing in the Rocky Mountain
National Park, rock climbing
in Colorado, white-water raf-
ting in Utah, caving in North
Dakota, and touring in the
Zion and Yellowstone Na-
tional Parks. The trips will
leave June 20, June 25 and
July 25.
The 32-day Israel Plus-
Outdoor Adventure, open to
teens entering 12th grade,
Will include a five-day camel
trip in the Judean Desert and
a four-day cross country
journey by foot from the
Mediterranean Sea to Lake
Kinner The trip, scheduled
to lea\ a on June 20, includes
home hospitality, touring and
seminars on Israel.
The 42-day Alaskan Adven-
ture begins on June 20 and
will take participants enter-
ing 11th and 12th grades hik-
ing in the Canadian Rocky
Mountains, touring in the
mining town of Skagway,
backpacking on the Chilkoot
Trail, panning for gold in the
Yukon, canoeing in the Kenai
Peninsula and visiting the
Portage Glacier Park in An-
chorage, Alaska.

The Canadian Wilderness
Trip (for those entering ninth
and 10th grades) and the Ad-
vanced Canadian Wilderness
Trip (10th and 11th graders)
offer campers extensive camp-
ing trips from the home base
at the Charles N. Agree Out-
post Camp in Wawa, Ontario.
These programs will include
hiking along the Lake
Superior coast and the Agawa
Canyon, canoe trips in the
wilderness areas of northern
Ontario, plus rock climbing,
rappeling and windsurfing.
The 26,-day Pioneer Adven-
ture. Program, for those enter-
ing eighth and ninth grades,
is based at Camp Maas and
takes participants on a white-
water rafting trip in West
Virginia and a six-day camp-
ing trip in the wilderness
areas of northern Ontario.
The program begins July 25.
Camp Kennedy, for teens
entering 10th and 11th
grades, will consist of two,
28-day sessions beginning
June 21 and July 26. Canoe
trips along the Pictured
Rocks of Lake Superior and
the wilderness areas of
Canada are planned, plus
waterskiing, sailing and
swimming.
For information, call the
Fresh Air Society, 661-CAMP.

B'nei Akiva
In Cleveland

Members of the Chevreyah
Bet Chapter of B'nei Akiva
(grades nine-12) will spend
this Shabbat iin Cleveland,
Ohio, at a regional Shabbaton
hosted by the Cleveland
chapter of B'nei Akiva.

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