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January 13, 1995 - Image 86

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-01-13

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'0"4 Tell Your Parents:

n a way, Israel is the ultimate camping
experience. Every teen-ager should have
the opportunity to experience it. Why?
Because an Israel program offers a mix of
learning, adventure and opportunities to
grow as a Jew and a person.

Consider:

It's safe: Supervision is by well-trained staff.

It's educational: Many programs offer high
school credits.

It's satisfying: Sure, it's fun. But it's also
worthwhile.

0 It's affordable: Lots of scholarships are
available.

This listing of programs has been brought together for
your convenience by the Michigan/Israel Connection.
For information on any of these programs and on the
many available scholarships, give the office a call at
(810) 645-7878.

Center for Israel Scholarships

Many community organizations offer stipends for
Israel travel and study for high school and college-
age students.

You can get information with one phone call to
the Michigan/Israel Connection, our community's
central resource on Israel programs and travel,
(810) 645-7878.





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