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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-05-02

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Mother's D a y

Sunday, May 11th

All mothers receive a
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Left: A new
tapestry from
Bracha Lavee,
which she calls
"The Peace
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Bracha Lavee, who has been to the
area before, will show her tapestries.
Yaacov Greenvurcel, who also has shown
here, will offer silver candlesticks and
other ethnic pieces. Shneur Herman,
another returning artist, will have his
microcalligraphy paintings.
Also represented at the fairs
are the Judaica embroidery
of Adina Gatt, the jewelry
of Amitai Kay, the
paintings of Effi Rubin
and the celluloid but-
terflies of Tovit Lore
Shemesh.
"We.have work by
Greenvurcel in our home,
and we really enjoy it," says
Sue Rollinger, who chaired last
year's Ben Yehudah Street Shopping
Expo at the Oak Park Jewish
Community Center with her husband,
Bob, and has helped put together this
year's programs.
Deb Chimovitz, who is working on
the Flint exhibit and sale, sought
advice from the Rollingers as she
arranged her synagogue's event.
Because the Flint Jewish community is
small, the art fair there has been publi-
cized to non-Jewish neighbors.
"Everyone heard about the massive
Ben Yehudah Street Shopping Expo in
metro Detroit," Chimovitz says. "Our
first step was to explore avenues of
experience from volunteers and profes-
sionals who made the arrangements
last August," bringing in Israeli artists
and vendors to bolster the Israeli econ-
omy.
Congregation Beth Israel found ven-
dors through other Jewish organiza-
tions in Michigan as well as those
working on last year's expo. Vendors
who need housing will be hosted at
Chabad House at Eastern Michigan
University.

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As the volunteers aim for successful
projects, they are working in the
spirit of Yom Ha'atzmaut, celebrating
Israel's independence by supporting
the independent efforts of Israeli
artists and their representatives.
"We hope people will show
their support for Israel
by helping the ven-
dors who are
coming to our
shows and
sales," says
Sue
Terebelo,
active with
Shaarey
Zedek's sis-
terhood and
working on the joint
project. "I think that the teaming up
of congregations really exemplifies
the spirit of Judaism, and we have
crossed bridges of cultural and reli-
gious sensitivity." ❑

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