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August 19, 1994 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-08-19

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TOP TEN REASONS FOR JOINING
CONGREGATION SHIR TIKVAH

CAJE Educates
The Educators

JENNIFER FINER STAFF WRITER

Rick Goren is convinced the
schedule book of workshops of-
fered at the Coalition for the Ad-
vancement of Jewish Education
(CAJE) is larger than the Bloom-
ington, Ind., phone book.
Mr. Goren, director of youth
and high school activities at
Temple Israel, has accepted the
fact that he simply cannot attend
all of the sessions that interest
him.
"There are so many classes
you want to be able to take," Mr.
Goren said. "I found four I want-
ed to go to, but they were all at
the same time. You just have to
find the ones that you feel will be
most valuable to you and your
students."
With the common goal of edu-
cating Jewish minds, thousands
of educators — including more
than 80 from the Detroit area —
arrived this week in Indiana for
the 19th annual CAJE confer-
ence.
During the day, educators par-
ticipated in discussions on any
imaginable topic in Jewish ed-
ucation. Nights were devoted to
Jewish entertainment. Achi-
noam Nini and Gil Dor and pi-
anist David Syme, son of Temple
Israel Rabbi M. Robert Syme,
were some of the entertainers.
Martin Wolin, a Temple
Emanu-El teacher, said the con-
ference proved false the old say-
ing "there's nothing new under
the sun." 'The truth is we're find-
ing new and invigorating things
here," he said.
Mr. Wolin, who attended a
session titled "The Israel Na-
tional Anthem: Tools for
Discussing Israel-Diaspora Re-
lations," said, "I've always been
inspired by 'Hatikvah.' I fre-
quently ask my students to rise
and sing it. By they end of the
year, they know every word."
During this session on "Hatik-
vah," the contents of various na-
tional anthems were compared.
`The anthems of many countries
are steeped in war. Israel's is
steeped in peace," Mr. Wolin
said.
Detroiters also were among
the presenters at CAJE.
The Agency for Jewish Edu-
cation's Harlene Appelman led
a three-part workshop on the
"Art and Craft of Family Educa-
tion."
Sue Stettner, director of Jew-
ish Experiences for Families
(JEFF), was also a presenter.
One of her sessions was devoted
to teaching a new, three-part
family program addressing HIV
and AIDS.
Ms. Stettner, who has attend-
ed seven of CAJE conferences,

CAJE page 20

10. You haven't been to temple, shul or
synagogue in years.
9. Your kids are getting older and their Jewish
education is important.
8. Being Jewish means more than just crying
at Schindler's List.
7. Whatever your religious background, you'll
feel comfortable.
6. You or your spouse, mate or significant
other isn't Jewish or is a convert.
5. You've missed the warmth of Jewish family
and tradition.
4. There are no strangers at our services.
3. Membership dues aren't a big megillah.
2. Our Rabbi is young and personable, and his
sermons are short and contemporary.
1. • Fill in your own reason . . . if you need one.

27 ,i) Congregation

Shir Tikvah

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