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WHERE THE JEWISH
summer camp, either as a participant
or as staff member."
Geller grew up in Pittsburgh and
attending day camp at age 7
t took an eight-month, nation-
and then overnight camp.
wide search, but the Fresh Air
He studied journalism at the
Society found a new executive
University of Wisconsin
director right at its
in Madison, with a
minor in Jewish studies
Jonah Geller of West
Bloomfield, who served as
After living in Israel for
interim director since the
a few years, he moved
dismissal of Harvey
back to become assistant
Finkelberg last November,
director, then director for
was announced as new
two years at Camp Tel
director at Camp Maas in
Yehuda, the national sen-
Ortonville on July 20.
ior leadership camp of
"Every camp goes
Judaea in New
through its change of lead-
ership, and I think this is a
Finkelberg hired him as assistant
wonderful opportunity for me and for
executive director last summer.
the camp to move forward," said
"Camp has been my life," Geller
Geller. "Camping is very much my
said. "Working with children and
passion. This is my 25th summer at a
HARRY KIRS BAUM
.S. Rep. Sander
Oak, and Ahmad
Chebbani, chairman and
CEO of the American
Arab Chamber of
Commerce, were hon-
ored with community
service awards at the 17th annual
American Arab and Jewish Friends
Awards and Scholarship
Dinner July 27 in
Fifteen high school stu-
dents, including Amanda
above), an Oak Park resi-
dent attending Ferndale
High School, won schol-
arships for essays written
by teams of Arab and
The event is a program
of the National
Community and Justice
— Don Cohen, special writer
Below; Pictured at the dinner are
(ont row) Muhannad Haimour and
Abdall.ah Boumediene of the Arab
Community Center for Economic and
Social Services (ACCESS),
(back row) Steve Silverman, president
of the Jewish Community Council of
Metropolitan Detroit, and past
Council presidents Kathleen Straits
and Jeannie Weiner.