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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-11-29

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On A Mission

Federation hosting
Miracle Mission
in spring 2004.

The Jewish Federation of
Metropolitan Detroit will host its
fourth Michigan Miracle to Israel
April 18-28, 2004.
For many in our community,"
says Lawrence Jackier, Federation
president, "the current situation in
Israel has produced a tremendous
pent-up desire to get there. We're
undertaking this mission as a means
of responding to those needs in a
thoughtful and highly organized
way.
Plans are under way to recruit and
accommodate a minimum of 800
travelers, to fill two El-Al 747 char-
tered nonstop flights, leaving from
Detroit Metropolitan Airport. The
week that was chosen coincides with
two Israeli national holidays, Yom
HaZikaron (Israel's Day of
Remembrance) and Yom HaAzmaut
(Israel's Independence Day).
Each bus of 40 will follow its own
iterintary, coing together with the
larger group for major events.
Different travel choices will be
offered for first-time and repeat visi-
tors. In addition, organizations or
congregations with at least 40 peo-
ple traveling together will be able to
customize a portion of the itinerary
for their group's special interest.
Dr. Richard Krugel and Peter
Alter are chairs of the mission.
Associate chairs Scott Kaufman, Lisa
Lis, Beverly Liss and John Marx.
Jane F. Sherman is honorary chair.
Doreen Hermelin, Lawrence Jackier,
Ron Klein and Ben Rosenthal are
serving as the advisory council.
Co-sponsored by the Jewish
Federation of Metropolitan Detroit
and the Detroit Jewish News, the
mission will be a non-solicitation
event. There will be discounts for
signing up early and incentives for
large groups to fill buses.
"We're still in the process of work-
ing otu the budget," Krugel says,
"but our intention is to keep the
pricing moderate to welcome as
many as possible on this mission."
A detailed brochure on Michigan
Miracle Mission 4 will be available
soon.. For more information, call
Sally Krugel, the mission director, at
Federation: (248) 203-1485.

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