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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-01-17

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plore the sites of ancient and
modern historical interest.
They will meet with Israeli
youth movements. Machaneh
Bonim will give the par-
ticipants the necessary skills
and knowledge to help
educate North American
youth about Israel. Age: Post
10th grade; Length: 6 weeks;
Date: July 8, 1992-Aug. 17,

Bar/Bat Mitzvah Tour
This program is designed
exclusively for this age group,
covering Israel from Metullah
to Eilat and from Jericho to
Tel Aviv. A special bar/bat
mitzvah celebration will be
held for all participants at the
Western Wall in Jerusalem.
Included will be a full day
and evening of festivities.
Age: 12-13; Length: 51/2
weeks; Date: July 1,
1992-Aug. 6, 1992.

Israel Forever Mine Teen
This program is designed to
give a full experience cover-
ing all of Israel North to
South — East to West. This
trip includes staying in the
Jewish Quarter of the Old Ci-
ty, climbing Masada, swimm-
ing in the Dead Sea, hiking in
the Galilee, enjoying water
sports in the Red Sea at Eilat
and much more. Age: 14-18;
Length: 5 1/2 weeks; Date: Ju-
ly 1, 1992-Aug. 6, 1992.
Europe For A Week and
Israel Forever Mine
Participants will spend a
week in Europe with a choice
of two itineraries before
traveling on to Israel. Group
One will visit London and
Paris while Group Two will
start their tour visiting Spain
including the World's Fair.
Both groups will then join
together in Tel Aviv for a com-
plete tour of all of Israel. Age:
15-18; Length: 6 weeks; Date:
June 28, 1992-Aug. 6, 1992.
Archaeology Work Tour
Participants will spend two
weeks working on an ar-
chaeological dig with
American and Israelis plus
an additional three and a half
weeks touring all of Israel.
Age: 16-18; Length: 5 1/2
weeks; Date: July 1,
1992-Aug. 6, 1992.
Leadership Mission to
Russia and Israel
This program gives par-
ticipants the opportunity to
see both Russia and its
Jewish community at a time
unprecedented in history. The
first week of the program will
be spent in Russia, followed
by two weeks of special
volunteer work in Israel. The
remainder of the program
will be spent touring Israel
and participating in a varie-

Hungary and four weeks in
Israel. A unique program
looking to the past, present
and future of the Jewish peo-
ple. In Israel, groups will
follow a standard ISI
itinerary, visiting all of the
major sites, as well as par-
ticipating in specially design-
ed workshops and seminars.
Age: High School Age;
Length: 40 days; Date: June
30, 1992-Aug. 6, 1992.

Hashomer Hatzair Yedid
This program is a leader-
ship development program
designed for high school
students. Participants first
spend three weeks in a special
camp in the United States.
Then once in Israel they
spend 10 days on a kibbutz,
seven days in an educational
institution for a leadership
seminar, five days with Israeli
scouts hiking in the Galil,
and the rest of the time tour-
ing Israel. Age: 16-17;
Length: 8 weeks; Date: July
1992-Mid-August 1992.
Kibbutz Program
The Kibbutz Program
Cen-ter is offering an educa-
tional experience on kibbutz
this summer in Israel. The
program includes a stay on
kibbutz where the par-
ticipants will work and learn
about kibbutz society through
direct experience. They also
will participate in a series of
educational seminars and
tours throughout the country.
The program is affiliated with
the American Zionist Youth
Foundation (AZYF) and offers
its participants a unique
educational experience in
Israel. Ages: 16-17; Length: 5
weeks; Dates: July 8,
1992-Aug. 12, 1992.

Machaneh Bonim B'Israel
Machaneh Bonim in Israel
is a program sponsored by
Habonim Dror North
America. As a Zionist youth
movement, Habonim offers a
unique summer experience in
Israel to post-10th grade par-
ticipants who will develop
both their leadership skills
and understanding of contem-
porary Israel society and
Zionist history. The group
will spend time on a kibbutz
where they will learn about
the different work branches
and society. The group also
will participate in a series of
tours and hikes and will ex-

Chetz V'Keshet
American youngsters with
a knowledge of Hebrew can
enjoy a challenging summer
with Israeli youth in Israel.
This experience includes
touring Israel and training in
"Gadna." Age: 15-18; Length:
51/2 weeks; Date: July 14,
1992-Aug. 20, 1992.
Chetz Israeli
For those planning to be in
Israel, we offer a shorter ver-
sion of our well-respected
Chetz-V'Keshet program de-
scribed above. In two weeks
you can enjoy the "Gadna" ex-
perience. Age: 15-18; Length:

Summer In Israel

A listing of teen summer programs in Israel
offers study and travel experiences.

ty of activities. Age: 16-18;
Length: 6 weeks; Date: June
28, 1992-Aug. 6, 1992.
Hadracha Seminar
This program is designed to
build future leaders of Betar
through focused seminars and
experiences while touring
Israel. The participants will
meet with representatives of
the government, World Betar
and others. They • will also
spend time with Israeli youth
and discuss current issues fac-
ing Israel and the Jewish peo-
ple. Age: 16-18; Length: 5Y2
weeks; Date: July 1,
1992-Aug. 6, 1992.

Archaeology Program
On this program par-
ticipants spend seven days on
a dig alongside field ar-
chaeologists and spend the
rest of the trip touring the
country. Age: High School
Age; Length: 40 days; Date:
June 25, 1992-Aug. 6, 1992.
Great Outdoors
This program tours Israel
through hiking and outdoor

activities. Participate in a
training program of survival
skills. Spend three days and
nights on a camel-back hike
in the desert, sleeping out
under the stars. Age: High
School Age; Length: 40 days;
Date: June 25, 1992-Aug. 6,
From Sea to Sea
This program visits all of
Israel's water sources from
the Banias to the Red Sea,
where participants can
snorkel, kayak, fish and more.
Together with Israeli youth,
participants will go through
a special leadership program.
They will build a raft, go raf-
ting and sail on the shores of
Lake Kinneret. Age: High
School Age; Length: 40 days;
Date: June 25, 1992-Aug. 6,
ISI Eastern Europe
This BBYO group joins
several other youth groups for
a tour that incorporates five
days in Poland on a mission of
remembrance visiting War-
saw, Cracow, Lodz, and
Holocaust sites Treblinka,
Auschwitz and Birkenau,
with two days in Budapest,



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