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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-05-23

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Take Heart. Take Part.
1/Mie Pride

in Israel Day

IN TOUCH from page 37

Israel's natural and economic resources.
These might involve visiting sites with
an expert, he said.
For all, Federation will set up a host of
volunteer opportunities, from packing
meals at soup kitchens and fixing up
homes in terror-stricken areas, to
working with seniors and new immi-
grants and visiting the hospitalized
and homebound. Other examples
might be helping at-risk teenage girls
learn to care for themselves and pro-
viding sports clinics to young children
and teens — and possibly even volun-
teering on an army base.
Other volunteer ideas are welcome.
To prepare, mission goers will attend
orientation meetings and be able to
learn or brush up on conversational

Sense Of Unity

Sunday, June 8, 2003 • 2:30-5:30 p.m.

Jewish Community Center

D. Dan and Betty Kahn Building
Eugene and Marcia Applebaum Jewish Community Campus
West Bloomfield

Come, show your colors! Wear Wile and white and unite as one
community in celebration of ail things Israeli. Bring the famity
Sample Israeli food. Purchase Israeli products
Sing! Dance! Enjoy! Israeli music, arts and crafts.
Live entertainment and fun for all aces!


with support from





This is Federation

Visit us online: www.thisisfederation.org

No matter where a participant goes with
the mission, security will be tight and on
every bus, said Alter. Most buses are
congregation based but organizations
like Hadassah, AIPAC and Federation's
Young Adult Division also are planning
a large number of participants.
Allan Nachman of Bloomfield Hills
said the feeling of community on the
mission is "wonderful." He's a former
Teen Mission chairman.
"When you get to meet people in the
community who you didn't know
before, you share some interesting expe-
riences," said Nachman. "When you
leave, you're all a cohesive community."
You will make friends in this commu-
nity in ways you can't even imagine, said
Lawrence Jackier, Federation president.
"You will feel so good about being
Jewish, about being in this community
and about having the opportunity to go
to Israel together, 800 strong."

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The cost for Michigan Miracle
Mission 4 is $2,895, but those
who sign up with a $500 deposit
by June 30 will pay $2,745
savings of $150. Single rooms will
cost an additional $409 per person.
The flight is nonstop from Detroit
to Tel Aviv.
A limited number of first-class
and business-class seats are avail-
able. Business-class seats are an
additional $1,200 each way
($2,400) roundtrip) and first-class
seats are an additional $2,000 each
way ($4,000 roundtrip) on charter
flights only.
Full payment is due by Jan. 6.
For more information, call Sally
Krugel, director, Michigan Miracle
Mission 4, at (248) 203-1485.

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