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January 12, 1996 - Image 112

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1996-01-12

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celebration, dine with Prime
Capital Trip
More than 3,000 young Jew- Minister Shimon Peres, and ac-
ish adults, ages 22 to 45, from complish much more before the
across America will descend flight back home.
upon Washington, D.C., this
The cost of the Jerusalem ex-
March for a biennial event tension is an additional $1,200.
aimed at introducing singles and The Federation will also offer a
couples to the workings of our scholarship for this trip (the
nation's capital.
amount to be announced).
The "UJA Young Leadership
Two years ago, 86 young Jew-
Cabinet's 10th National Wash- ish adults from Detroit attend-
ington Conference" will be held ed the conference. This year,
March 17-19. Participants will Julie Nelson and Larry
have the chance to meet with Garon are serving as the Michi-
their state congressmen. Work- gan delegation recruitment
shops and featured
chairs. Ron Klein is
the national recruit-
speakers will address
ment chair. Suzan
topics of Jewish and na-
tional concern.
Folbe Curhan is the
The cost of the trip,
Midwest recruitment
which includes all pro-
chair. For more infor-
grams and six meals, is
mation, call Marianne
$395, but the Jewish
Milgrom at Federa-
Federation of Metropol- RUTH LI TTMANN tion: (810) 642-4260,
itan Detroit is offering
Ext. 305.
ST AFF
$200 scholarships to the
WR"EY E"TER
Endurance
first 50 people who sign
During the holiday
up. To qualify for a schol-
arship, you must have donated season, Kevin Taylor made it
at least $365 to the 1996 Allied past the finish line in the
Jewish Campaign. Travelers are Leukemia Society's 26.2 mile
responsible for their own hotel marathon, held Dec. 10th in
accommodations and trans- Honolulu, Hawaii. Taylor raised
$3,500 to participate in the
run. More than 1,000 peo-
ple from all over the Unit-
ed States took part.
Taylor's girlfriend, Lisa
Ring, said the challenge
began at 5:30 in the morn-
ing. The temperature on
the island already was a
humid 78 degrees. The
thermometer reached 88.
No breeze. No rain.
"But it was a beautiful
day and a beautiful cause,"
Taylor says.
Runners and walkers
formed a queue up, down
and around Diamondhead
Mountain. Fans like Lisa
cheered from the sidelines.
Toward the finish line,
ambulances were on hand
to help participants who
collapsed in the heat. Tay-
lor, a seasoned runner,
Ron Klein: National recruiter.
made it in 4 hours.
"That was about 45 min-
utes slower than I would've
portation.
Thisyear, to honor the liked, but I wanted to play it
3,000th anniversary of smart," he says.
Pouring water over his head
Jerusalem, the Cabinet's Wash-
ington Conference will be ex- to stay cool, Taylor wished for
tended. Participants may opt to the climate he was to encounter
fly to Jerusalem, March 19-24. a couple of weeks later, on New
In Jerusalem, they will attend a Year's Eve, when he took off for
press conference at the Knesset, a jog around Niagara Falls, N.Y.
Back on track in Hawaii, he
meet with government officials,
take part in a Jerusalem 3000 noted the crowds of supporters

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