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September 16, 1994 - Image 68

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-09-16

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Join a

N"ional WA
Family Mission to Israel

on one of these dates:

•Dec. 26 - Jan. 4, 1995 • July 9-19,1995
•June 11-21, 1995
• August 6-16,1995
•June 25 - July 5, 1995 • Dec. 24 - Jan. 3, 1996

FREE

All children to be Bar or Bat Mitzvah will travel free with
their families — including air travel, hotels, meals.

Throughout the ages, Jewish families have kept the
flame of Judaism alive. Now, it is time to pass on
the gift of Jewish traditions to the next generation.

Special Bar/Bat Mitzvah ceremonies.

See your children awake to the beauty of Israel and
the joy of their religion. And have a lot of fun while
they're at it!

Have the time of your life?
Go Israel?

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Allied Jewish Campaign

For information on these and other missions, call the Jewish Federation Missions Department, 642-4260, ext. 250

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