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October 01, 1993 - Image 77

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-10-01

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David Swimmer and
Phillipe Abejean cele-
brated a special day in
Phillipe's life. They are
participants in the
Special Friends pro-
gram of the Jewish
Family Service.

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Julie Gordon spent
the summer interning
with the Jeanette and
Oscar Cook JOIN
program in communal
service sponsored by
Jewish Vocational
Service. Here, Julie
gave a helping hand to
Jewish Federation
Apartments resident
Rose Schutzman.

No question has drawn greater attention, nor
aroused greater concern, in recent years than has
the simple "Will my grandchildren be Jewish?"

The issue of Jewish continuity drew increased
attention following the Jewish Population Study.
Thousands of people appeared to have no connec-
tion to the Jewish community nor any interest in
developing one.

Recommendations were diverse -- and many of
them led to action: Israel programs for teen-agers,
reorganization of the community education system,
increased funding for campus activities, adult edu-
cation programs and family learning opportunities.

Will all of this activity yield results? Our future
depends on it.

The teens of Project Discovery '93 spent a semester in Israel with funding from the United Jewish Foundaton.


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