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Jewish students anticipating college will
learn what to expect at a free program,
"Israel on Campus: What Next? A
Night of Education, Advocacy and
Action," 6:30-9:30 p.m. Tuesday, Aug.
19, at the Max M. Fisher Federation
Building, 6735 Telegraph Road,
Jewish students who are incoming
college freshmen or returning to campus
this fall and high school seniors (and
their friends) are invited to register for
the program, which will begin with a
pizza dinner and a student panel
addressing "What's Really Happening
The program will include Dr.
Maurice Singer, regional director of the
Israel Aliyah Center of the Jewish
Agency for Israel, who will provide stu-
dents with answers to questions. Rabbi
Aaron Bergman of the Jewish Academy
of Metropolitan Detroit will present
Israeli history "in a nutshell."
Allan Gale of the Jewish Community
Council of Metropolitan Detroit will
lead a discussion on "the pro-Israel mes-
sage and how to get it across."
Participants will break into groups by
college to discuss what to expect on
their campus for the fall semester.
The JCCouncil in cooperation with
the Hillels of Michigan is presenting the
program. Funding has been provided by
the Max M. Fisher Foundation and the
Irwin and Bethea Green College Life
The Israel Scout Caravan will perform
two shows locally on Sunday, Aug. 10.
The first show will be 2 p.m. on the
outdoor pool patio at the Jewish
Corru-nuaity Center in West
Bloomfield. The show is free for JCC
members, with a charge for non-mem-
bers. All Scouts who attend in uniform
will be admitted free.
The second show will be that same
Sunday at 7:30 p.m. at Rothstein Park
behind the JCC in Oak Park. This
show is free for the entire community.
All Scouts_ attending in uniform to
either show will be given an Israel Scout
Those Scouts who have a "National
Jewish Committee on Scouting —
Scouting Serves the Jewish
Community" patch should wear it on
their right pockets as a temporary patch.