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energy, it does good on your soul; it's
amazing," he said. "Afterwards, when
you talk to the people you feel like
you're doing something important for
Ann Arbor resident Michael Barr
attended the event with his wife and
three children, who sat picnicking.
"We thought it'd be fun to hang out
with the Jewish community of Ann
Arbor and to get a taste of Israeli cul-
ture and support the kids as they trav-
el around the country," he said. "I
think it's a nice tradition and a good
way of exposing Israeli kids to
American culture and of exposing
American kids to Israeli culture."
He added that the program is a
valuable opportunity and that its con-
tinuation is beneficial "so that many
generations of kids can be exposed to
this kind of experience."
Anika Nordman, 11, attended the
performance because she thinks "it's
really cool to meet people from Israel"
and because she wanted to take part in
the barbeque dinner offered before the
performance, which was free to JCC
campers and their families as well as to
Early Childhood Center families.
Nordman said she really liked the
music and costumes and that one
thing she knows she will take home
with her are the catchy beats from the
"They'll be stuck in my head forev-
er, or at least for the next couple
weeks," she said.
After the performance ended, many
audience members talked with
Caravan members about Israel and the
show. There was also a long line to
take photos with group members who
also performed at the JCCs in West
Bloomfield and Oak Park. This was
the second year a Caravan group has
traveled to the JCC of Washtenaw
"We saw the Tzofini (Israel Scouts)
at camp this summer and we thought
it was really good so we told our par-
ents to come," said Talia Alexander,
14, of Ann Arbor who attended Camp
Young Judaea Midwest in Waupaca,
Wis. "It's one of the highlights of the
session." !I J