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February 18, 1994 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-02-18

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Rep. Eric Fingerhut

Involving Jews In
The Process

with a Huntington
Home Equity Credit Lille

JENNIFER FINER STAFF WRITER

W

ith campaign season
right around the cor-
ner, there is an oppor-
tunity for the Jewish
community to get involved in
politics.
On Feb. 27, the Jewish Com-
munity Council will host "Im-
pact — Campaign '94: A
Grass-Roots Political Action
Workshop" aimed at getting
more of the community pro-ac-
tive in politics.
Fred Frank, council board
member and event chair, said
community participation in-
creases the effectiveness of de-
livering a Jewish view on an
issue.
"There are various options for
people who want to get involved,
including local politics like
school boards and city councils,"
Mr. Frank said.
Eric Fingerhut, a freshman
congressman from Ohio, is the
slated keynote speaker.
A panel of Jewish activists
from the Democratic and Re-
publican parties will look at av-
enues for political involvement,
and school board and city coun-
cil officials will be on hand for
an informal discussion regard-

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ing local politics.
Declared candidates in up-
coming Michigan races also
have been invited.
Event co-sponsors include
Hadassah, Greater Detroit
Chapter; American Jewish
Committee, Detroit Chapter;
American Jewish Congress,
Michigan Council; the Ameri-
can Israel Public Affairs Com-
mittee; National Council of
Jewish Women; Jewish Feder-
ation Young Adult Division; and
United Jewish Appeal Young
Leadership Cabinet. ❑

EOM HOUSUG

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