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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-07-10

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FRIDAY, JULY 10, 1992

Israel Is Subject
At Multicultural Camp


Staff Writer


efore last Tuesday,
Sam, of Mount
Clemens, never heard
about Israel.
Now she wants to visit the
Jewish State to "see all of
the old stuff' that has been
excavated from archae-
ological sites.
In fact, Sam, who turns 7
next week, wonders what
she will find if she digs holes
in her own front lawn.
"There is probably some
old stuff," she says. "I hope
it is nothing scary."
Sam was one of 50
students enrolled in this
week's pilot City Suburban
Camp Project, administered
by New Detroit, Inc. She
listened intently as teacher
for the day, American Israel
Chamber of Commerce Ex-
ecutive Director .Shelly
Komer Jackier, spoke about
A committee selected 100
students, 50 for each week-
long session, which are
funded through the Mark
Leshner Foundation for
The program is designed to
bring together youngsters
from ages 5 to 10 from
various ethnic backgrounds
for cultural growth.
The Mark Leshner Foun-
dation For Children was
created by Mary and Shel
Leshner of West Bloomfield
in memory of their 21-year-
old son, who died
mysteriously in his sleep
May '1991.
"I wanted to start this pro-
gram to promote diversity
and tolerance," says Shel,
general sales manager for
WJLB Radio in Detroit. "I
grew up in an integrated
neighborhood in Chicago. I
was the only white kid on
the high school track team.

"I know I am idealistic,
but I would like to make
Detroit a model for the
whole world," he says.
This camp, Mr. Leshner
says, is a good start.
His goal: to remember his
son, to make the world a
better place and to make life
better for the next genera-
Administrators hope to
keep campers involved
through year-long programs
of multicultural education.
On Monday, 50 youngsters
— including black, Oriental,
Indian, white and one Jew-
ish Indian — attended the
first day of camp at Mercy
College. The first speaker
spent a few hours teaching

the youngsters about China
Ms. Jackier discussed old
sites and the ruins of
Jerusalem. She taught the
students a few songs, th
meaning of shalom (peace,
hello, goodbye) and offered a
few tips on her favorite s
ject, Israeli dance. By the
end of the afternoon, th
youngsters were dancing to
Hebrew music.
"The only thing I re-
member about the word
shalom," Sam says, "is that
it can mean three things." 0

Jewish Settler
Is Play's Focus

The True Adventure
Ezekiel Solomon, an origin
dance-drama, will be perform-
ed by the Madame Cadilla
Dancers, under the directio
of Harriet Berg 1 p.m. July 12
inside Colonial Michili-
mackinac in Mackinaw City.
Ezekiel Solomon w
Michigan's first Jewish set-
tier and traded furs at th
Fort during the 1760s. The
story will trace Ezekiel'
journey from Montreal to Fo
Michilimackinac and mar
events of his life here and i
Following the performan
guests will be treated to a per
sonal tour of the Ezekie
Solomon home by Dr Donal
Heldman, head archaeologis
at Colonial Michilimackinac.
This program is being spon
sored by Temple B'nai Isra
and the Colonial Michili-
mackinac Pageant Commit
tee with cooperation from
Mackinac State Histori
Parks and the Mackinaw
Area Thurist Bureau.
For information, call th
Mackinaw Area Touris
Bureau, 616-436-5664.

"'"'H NEWS

Two Fined
For Revisionism

Paris (JTA) — A court in
Nice has meted out stiff
sentences to two men f
publicly denying the reality
of the Holocaust.
Fabrice Robert and Pierre
Gauzer, both 21, were fined
and will have their civil
rights suspended for five
Last November, the two
had pasted posters in Nice's
colleges and universities
saying, "The gas chambers
are a hoax." They had also
daubed walls with Nazi graf-

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