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September 19, 2003 - Image 118

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-09-19

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Golfers cross fairways to building bridges of harmony
between Jewish and Chaldean youth.

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Jews and Chaldeans to talk with one
another about cultural similarities and
to establish what we hope to be long-
term relationships that will have ripple
effects on their families, friends and
JACOB got its start in 2001
between Temple Israel and the
Chaldean Americans Reaching &
Encouraging (CARE). This summer,
JACOB brought Jewish and Chaldean
youth together for their third annual

rebuilding of Detroit homes project.
In 2002, Temple Israel and the
Chaldean Iraqi American Association
of Michigan (CIAAM), which owns
Shenandoah Country Club, held din-
ner and conversation events at the
temple and the country club to get to
know one another.
The Sept. 8 golf outing was cospon-
sored by Temple Israel, CIAAM and
St. Thomas Chaldean Church. LI

Left: Rabbi Josh
Bennett of Temple
Israel, Johnny
Karmo and Gene
Dickow of the
Chaldean Iraqi
Association of
Michigan and
Rabbi Mike
Moskowitz of
Temple Shir
Shalom at the
JACOB golf out-

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he Jewish and Chaldean
communities teamed up on
a West Bloomfield golf
course to get to know each
other better and to raise money for
bringing their youth together in cul-
tural programs.
Hitting the fairways at Shenandoah
Country Club on Walnut Lake Road,
golfers raised $5,000 for the JACOB
youth programs sponsored by Temple
Israel and St. Thomas
Chaldean Church.
The goal of JACOB
(Jewish and Chaldean
Opportunity Builders) is
to bring Jewish and
Chaldean youth together
in a variety of settings to
learn about their similar-
ities and dispel their
Each golf team con-
sisted of two Jews and
two Chaldeans.
"Based on the com-
ments made by most
golfers from both cul-
tures," said Sharkey
Haddad, cultural liaison
for West Bloomfield
Schools, "it was clear to
the members of the
JACOB golf committee
that we succeeded in cre-
ating opportunities for

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Above: Sal Kesto of CIAAM, Jack Wolfe and
Howard Silverstein of the Shut and Patrick George
of CIAAM between holes.

Left: Ira Auslander of Temple Israel, Mike Kasmikha
and Steve Yaldo of CIAAM and Matt Vander Azle of
Temple Israel on the golf course.

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