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April 19, 1991 - Image 84

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-04-19

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The Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion and United Jewish Ap-
peal are planning summer
family missions to Israel in
June, July and August.
Each mission offers a com-
plete program for families
with children age 7 or older.
Participants will go on an
archeological dig, float on the
Jordan River, ascend the
Golan Heights, visit Old Jaf-
fa, Safed, the Western Wall,
an Israel Defense Force base,
a crocodile farm, the Tower of
David and Massada, where
bar/bat mitzvah celebrations
are regularly held.
Adults will meet with
Israeli officials who will
discuss security in Israel and
the prospects for peace. Youth
programs will be offered, and
each bus will have a youth
counselor who will point out
aspects of Israel of particular
interest to children. Parents
will have time to spend on
their own and with their
children.
Participants will meet
Ethiopians learning Israeli
customs and Soviet Jewish
immigrants studying Hebrew
in ulpanim and receiving job
retraining.
Accommodations are at five-
star deluxe hotels in
Jerusalem and Tel Aviv, and
most meals are included. Mis-
sion participants will also be
treated to home hospitality by
Israeli families.
The missions will take
place July 23-July 3, July
30-July 10 and July 28-Aug. 7.
For information, call Tom
Wexelberg-Clouser at Federa-
tion, 965-3939, ext. 167.

JCC Hosts

Two 'Trips

The Jewish Community
Center of Metropolitan
Detroit in conjunction with
Berkley Tours will host a trip
to Holland's Tulip Festival
May 14-15.
The trip includes transpor-
tation, with departures from
JPM and Maple-Drake
buildings, admissions to
Valdheer Tulip Gardens, De
Klomp Wooden Shoe and
Delft Factory, Dutch Village,
dinner theatre performance of
Taffeta's, a 50's Cabaret
celebration, a stop at the
Gerald Ford Museum, shopp-
ing at an outlet mall, and ac-
commodatioans at the Am-
way Grand Hotel.
The JCC will host a trip to
Stratford June 11-12, to see
Carousel and Shakespeare's
comedy Much Ado About
Nothing.
The trip includes transpor-
tation, with departures from

the Jimmy Prentis Morris
and Maple-Drake buildings,
two performances at the
Festival Theatre, accommoda-
tions at the Festival Motor
Inn, dinner, backstage or city
tour, baggage handling and
travel escort, all preceded by
a pre-trip get-together and
discussion of the plays.
This trip is in conjunction
with Berkley Tours.
For information, call
Marilyn Wolfe, 661-1000, Ext.
334.

March Of Living
Recruitment Begins

Recruitment for the 1992
March of the Living began on
Yom Hashoa, Holocaust
Remembrance Day.
More than 1,200 Jewish
high school students from the
United States are expected to
join 5,000 of their peers from
throughout the world in the
third and largest March of the
Living. -
Scheduled for April 26-May
10, 1992, the March of the
Living is an intense, two-
week journey through Jewish
history in Poland and in
Israel.
During their week in
Poland, the participants visit
remnant Jewish commun-
ities, historic sites and
synagogues as well as some of
Nazi Germany's death camps.
The highlight of the trip will
be the two-mile march from
Auschwitz to Birkenau on
Yom Hashoa.
In Israel, the students will
tour Jerusalem and the
Golan Heights. They also will
commemorate Yom Hazika-
ron, in memory of Israel's
fallen soldiers, and celebrate
Yom Ha'Atzmaut.
The trip is geared toward
high school students between
the ages of 16-20. Applica-
tions and information are
available through March of
the Living, 4200 Biscayne
Blvd., Miami, Fla. 33137,
(305) 576-4030.

m1 LOCAL NEWS h

B'nai B'rith Council
Las Vegas Night

B'nai B'rith will host a Las
Vegas Night 6:30 p.m. April
28 at Congregation Beth
Achim. All proceeds are to
benefit the youth-serving
agencies.
Those who have joined bet-
ween January 1 and April 28
will receive free tickets to the
Las Vegas Night and sponsors
of five or more new members
during that period, will also
receive a free ticket.
For your free ticket, call
B'nai B'rith Council office,
552-8177.

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