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March 08, 1996 - Image 69

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1996-03-08

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Today I am
a man.

I always wanted a Bar Mitzvah, just like the
other kids. My dad wasn't sure I could do it,
but he said go for it.

It took a long time to practice my haftorah.
But my teachers were great. My brother
helped me with the hard parts.

The day of my Bar Mitzvah, I wasn't even
scared. Everybody was there. Grandma and
Grandpa. My friends from school. My
teachers. I don't know why everybody was
crying; I felt pretty good.

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Dad told me he was real proud. He said he

knew all along I could do it.

In our community, hundreds of children and adults who
face the challenge of a learning or physical disability
want and need Jewish content in their lives. Several

Jewish Federation agencies funded by the Allied Jewish
Campaign provide the resources to meet their special
needs and to help their families.

But the challenge isn't theirs alone.Your gift to the Allied
Jewish Campaign will help ensure that every individual
who seeks a Jewish education will be able to get one.

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