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December 03, 1993 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-12-03

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team against the Eisenstadts,
the Matzah Bowl ended
with an 8-6 score.

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said the season was tri-
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A second Mission will take place In May, 1995.

Federation Approves
Miracle Mission II

RUTH LITTMANN STAFF WRITER

T

he Jewish Federation of
Metropolitan Detroit this
week gave the go-ahead
for a second Michigan
Miracle Mission. The first 10-
day trip to Israel, last spring,
attracted 1,284 Detroiters and
was the largest group ever to
travel to Israel from a single
metropolitan area.
"There was so much excite-
ment created from the first one.
It was very clear to us that
there was a need and a desire
to do this again. Countless peo-
ple have called Federation to
ask, 'When are you going to do
another one?' " said Lawrence
Jackier, who was appointed
chairman of the trip.
Michigan Miracle Mission II
will take place in mid-May 1995
after Yom Ha'atzmaut, Israel
Independence Day. The Jewish
News again will co-sponsor the
event.
"We believe a trip to Israel is
one of the most significant ways
in which American Jews can de-
velop a special bond with Israel
and its people and feel both ful-
filled and reinvigorated in their
own community," said Jewish
News Associate Publisher
Arthur Horwitz.
"The opportunity to once
again work with Federation to
organize and bring another
large group to Israel from De-
troit is one that we value high-
ly and it strengthens our
community in so many ways,"
he said.
The Jewish Federation has

not determined a price for the
trip. Federation volunteers and
staff are working on applica-
tions. They hope to recruit
enough people to fill two planes.
Last year, Mission participants
filled three El Al jets.
Like the first trip, Miracle
Mission Two will be geared to
those who have never been to
Israel. But Federation officials

"There was
so much
excitement
created from the
first one."

Lawrence Jackier

stress that the travel itinerary
also will include new activities
for Mission veterans. Planners
hope to target young adults as
well.
Organizers are keeping an
eye out for travel opportunities
"that we cannot even, conceive
of today," Mr. Jackier said.
"(With the recent peace ac-
cord), I would anticipate the
possibility of some face-to-face
contact with Palestinians in Is-
rael. There's a whole variety of
things, but I need to emphasize
that the specifics are
totally speculative at this point."
Those interested in Michigan
Miracle Mission II should call
the Jewish Federation, 642-
4260.11I

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