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vidual children in the area and news
about the region.
Despite the severity of the situation,
don't look for any videos of Israeli chil-
dren carefully garbed in torn clothing,
wandering shoeless in dirty streets and
begging for money.
"These are not sob stories," stated
Robert Naftaly, who co-chairs the effort
with Dr. Giles. "Our goal is to make
people sensitive. The videos just show
the kids telling about their lives."
Participants also receive a calendar
that offers an idea a day for ways to
connect with Israel.
Developed by the Agency for Jewish
Education's JEFF (Jewish Experiences
for Families) staff, the calendar features
such ideas as:
• Go to your local music store and ask
workers there to carry Israeli music.
• Send flowers from a florist in Israel
to a friend of family member who lives
there, for Shabbat.
• On Passover, really think about what
the words Irshanah habitat) bYerushalim

(Next Year in Jerusalem) mean.
• Hang a map of Israel in your home.
• Pray for Israel and the people living
there.
• Invest in Israeli companies. Check
out www.globes.co.il
Appelman, who plans a visit to Israel
this summer, said that the Michigan
Board of Rabbis' endorsement for the
project, as well as support from every-
one Nvho was asked to participate in
School-to-School, came in a heartbeat.
In .addition to joining in School-to-
School, local congregations are working
with Federation to raise an additional
$500,000 for the 12 schools in Hadera,
Midgal HaEmek, Nazareth Illit and
Netanya, all of which receive support
through Partnership 2000.
"This is a time we really need to take
action, we really need to take care of
everyone," she said. "[Here in the
United States], we need to think about
how lucky we are, and shame on us if
we don't respond." I I

Would you like to create a
puzzle for Are You Puzzled?
We welcome your submis-
sions! Send your puzzle (and
solution) to Elizabeth
Applebaum, c/o AppleTree
(address above). Please note
that all submissions must be
appropriate family material.

Can you solve this cryp-
togram? Match the numbers
in the puzzle to a letter above.
We've given you two letters to
get you started. (Need a hint?
Think Pesach.)

Cryptogram

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J

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25 15

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17 25 23 23 7 26 7 11 21

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ust about every adult knows
the pleasures, and benefits,
of a catnap. Now teens are
learning the value of a little
snooze, too.
Five years ago, Anton Anderson, a
teacher at Greenwich High School
in Greenwich, Conn., began the
school's Power Nap Club. Students
attend a 30-minute meeting, where
they use visualization and relaxation
to help them manage stress.
Want to learn more? Visit
www.atpeacemedia.com where you
can also purchase the Power Nap
Club Kit for $29.95.

Whether Dad is CEO of a major
corporation or a garbage collector,
chances are
his son
thinks he's
top dog.
Now the
Ms.
Foundation
for Women,
creator of the
Take Our
Daughters to
Work Day, is
giving boys a
chance to see
their working
fathers in action. The foundation
recently declared April 24 as Take
Our Daughters and Sons to Work
Day.
The program aims to help chil-
dren, aged 8-12, get a better idea of
what their parents do on the job.

Special Note

Are you good at word searches,
mazes, secret codes? Then
AppleTree's "Are You Puzzled?" is
perfect for you!
If you solve this week's challenge
(open to adults and children of all
ages), send your solution, along with
your name and city of residence, to
arrive NO LATER THAN Tuesday,
April 1, to: I Found It! c/o
AppleTree, The Jewish News, 29200
Northwestern Highway, Suite 110,
Southfield, MI 48034.
We'll print the names of everyone
who solves the puzzle here in
AppleTree.

A

ELIZABETH APPLEBAUM

AppleTree Editor

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To Work

Are You
Puzzled?

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them learn about and celebrate
Jewish holidays.
The makers of Hanukat are pro-
viding a fun-and-simple Pesach puz-
zle (just print out the clues and hide
them) at their Web site:
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