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August 19, 1994 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-08-19

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CAJE page 19

said each year she gets informa- Jewish Community Center, did
tion and materials that take her not come away empty handed
from CAJE.
through the year.
Ms. Ben-Ozer was looking for
"It's a great opportunity to
network and find out what oth- a way to get away from the tra-
ers are doing," Ms. Stettner said. ditional model seder. At CAJE,
"Every year, something happens she found a more hands-on ap-
and you feel like you need to come proach to teach the seder, allow-
ing students to rotate among
back."
Shoshana Ben-Ozer, educa- different Passover stations.
Ms. Wolfe liked the sugges-
tional director at Congregation
Beth Shalom, and Marilyn Wolfe, tions she heard about having stu-
educational director of Jewish dents write a megillah of their
Parents Institute and Adult Ser- own. LI
vices Program Coordinator at the

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"I don't recall any bomb threats
representatives of the state and
local police departments, the Fed- at that time," said David Gad-
eral Bureau of Investigation and Hart JCCouncil executive direc-
the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco tor. "But unfortunately, we have
and Firearms on Aug. 3 at the to take precautions. When times
are tranquil, we tend to be less
Max M. Fisher Building.
Awareness and caution are im- vigilant. So, we conduct the brief-
portant, even though local Jew- ings not only to respond to the im-
ish institutions have reported no mediate reality, but also as a
bomb threats recently and 'there reminder that Jewish institutions
is no specific threat to Michigan should continually maintain ap-
at this time from a terrorist propriate security precautions."
Speakers at last week's brief-
group," said Martin Lauer, su-
pervisory special agent of the FBI ing emphasized the necessity of
quickly reporting suspicious peo-
in Detroit.
If there were a threat, he said, ple to the police. Don't hesitate,
relevant institutions would be no- they warned. Don't doubt the le-
gitimacy of what you see.
tified immediately.
"We've all been in situations
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