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January 06, 1989 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-01-06

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Continued from Page 16

afternoon Israeli dance.
"We're going to be playing
Israeli music and we're going
to be doing basic, simple
steps."
Bousquet also plans to play
Israeli music at the running
track on Fridays.
Gunsberg will give her
developmentally disabled
population a good taste of
Israel. "Maybe a crash course
on Hebrew, whether it be just
how to count up to five or to
10 in Hebrew. We'll be having
an activity on making falafel,
Israeli folk dancing, and I
would also like to have an
Oneg one evening, have a
typical Shabbat dinner."
The three travelers agreed
that while they returned full
of enthusiasm and ideas for
programming with a Jewish
flair, they must temper their
feelings and deal with the
mundane tasks of implemen-
tation.
"The people that were sent
were people who have the
ability to make a difference,"
said Silver. "But it takes time
to make that difference. It's
not 'I came, I saw, and today
it's going to happen.' "
The three agreed that their
programming will take on a
more Jewish and more Israeli
flavor. "We went for a reason
. . . to better understand what
it meant to be Jewish, in a
Jewish community," said
Bousquet. "lb put the 'X back
in JCC."
Groups who have taken
similar trips have discovered
a side benefit. The travelers
become closer during their
trip and work better together
after it. The Detroit group ex-
perienced the same thing,
said Silver. "It helped form a
cohesive staff group that bet-
ter understood what the goals
and aims of the agency were
and the goals and aims of
each department. Because
while we work in an agency
together, phys. ed. is in one
area and cultural arts is in
another . . . The basic
understanding about what
each of us were trying to do
did not come across as
cohesively as (while we were)
living intensely together for
the number of days that- we
were?'
A highlight of their adven-
ture was scaling a cave which
apparently had not been
visited by humans for over
2,000 yearsThe JCC group
succeeded in unearthing a
2,700-year-old sacrificial
table to a pagan god, a
human jawbone, and
numerous pottery shards.
Silver was allowed to bring
the shards back home. Bous-
quet, who found the table,
said the group "came back
with a little bit of Israel."

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