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June 15, 1990 - Image 40

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-06-15

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ni from previous Kornwise
weekends as staff, and the op-
portunity for the various
youth staff and leadership to
work together in planning a
weekend are important com-
ponents to a successful pro-
gram in bringing together
youth for a lesson in Ahavat
Yisrael.
Although the students cer-
tainly might not agree with
each other, they come away
with a mutual respect that
each youth group has
something special to offer and
each branch of Judaism is
special in its own right. For
the unaffiliated, it is an oppor-
tunity to meet with other
young people and most impor-
tantly, it gives all these
students the opprotunity to in-
teract with other Jewish teens
with whom they might not
otherwise have contact.
As a result of the weekend,
a community wide effort is
currently being coordinated to
reach out to the recent Soviet
immigrants, including a
phonathon to raise funds for
the resettlement efforts both
here and in Israel.
The following was written
by Lisa Eidelman, one of the
planners from the first

weekend and serves as a fit-
ting tribute:
"It had never been done
before, but hopefully it will be
done again. For the first time,
a definite effort was made by
the young Jewish community
to communicate positively, ap-
preciate and share their com-
mon Jewish heritage.
". . All who attended this
special event feel as if it was
something really worthwhile.
Studying the religious beliefs
of others is an integral part of
understanding the differences
in the practice of the Jewish
religion. Many people in this
and other communities can
learn a very valuable lesson
from the actions of these 40
teens.

"An idea impressed upon
the youth at the weekend has
merit for everyone: 'When you
learn to see with your eyes
closed, only then can you tru-
ly learn to see with your eyes
open! "

Rabbi Aft is principal of the
Community Jewish High
School and director of the
Midrasha — College of
Jewish Studies.

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Labor Zionist Group
Hosts Israel Program

Metro Detroit Zionist
Organization of America
enrolled 35 area high school
and college students in ZOA-
Masada Israel summer pro-
grams and awarded nine
scholarships.

The following students will
participate in the Masada
Summer in Israel: Leemor
Basse, David Bean, Lisa
Bean, Amy Chayet, William
Citrin, Stacey Cohen, Amy
Cole, Bonnie Coleman, Jen-
nifer Davis, Caryn Dorfman,
Michelle Dorfman, Kelley
Emmer, David Erlich, Rona

Fenton, Jennifer Freedman,
Randi Golden, Kimberly
Graber, Rhondi Keller, Stacey
Lakind, Jeremy Liss, Karen
Merkle, Amy Opperer, Joel
Pearlman, Nancy Reifler,
Laurie Remer, Blythe Rose,
Rosellene Rosenberg, Tamara
Rubin, Jan Rubinstein, Dana
Saperstein, Mark Schwartz,
Allison Shapiro, Marla Sim-
mer, Elisa Smith, Danielle
Tarnopol and Lawrence
Thurswell.
Scholarship recipients are:
Chayet, Emmer, Golden,
Keller, Pearlman, Remer,
Rose, Shapiro and Tarnopol.

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