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October 10, 2003 - Image 96

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-10-10

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PUBLIC SCREENING

Teens

It's A Go

THE STRUGGLE FOR PEACE IN ISRAEL

Sign up for 2004
teen trip to Israel.

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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 14TH, 2003 - 7:00 PM
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ecurity will

be a priority on
Federation's 2004 Teen
Mission to Israel, set to
embark on its 31-day journey
on June 30.
The travel itinerary, set by the
Jewish Federation of Metropolitan
Detroit, will include educational
programs and social activities
designed to engage more than 200
young people from metro Detroit
from June 30 to Aug. 2.
The teen mission is open to students
entering grades 10-12 in fall 2004 or
graduating in 2004.
.
The mission is a partnership
between area congregations, the Jewish
Federation and community families. It
was cancelled in 2002 because of the
turmoil in the Mideast.
The trip provides experiences for
young adults to learn and explore the
land and history of Israel and the
Jewish people.
"An Israel experience for our
teenagers is the single greatest learning
experience possible," said Nancy
Schostak, committee chair. "We have
sent our own children on teen trips to
Israel, and their experience created a
lasting memory that they continue to
reflect upon today."
The Jewish Federation has received a
Challenge Fund gift from Sam and
Jean Frankel toward the 2004 Teen
Mission. The gift will be used to raise
money to supplement the mission
cost. Federation also will subsidize the
trip. The per-student price is $3,995.
The mission will include 31 days of
travel through Israel. A teen steering
committee will help identify participants
and assist in planning the itinerary.
Some 30 teens from Detroit's
Partnership 2000 Region in the
Central Galilee will meet mission
members in March in Detroit and
reunite with them on the mission.
The trip itinerary has been planned
to assure safe experiences for all partic-
ipants, Schostak said. Students will be
supervised by a staff of adults, includ-
ing participating community rabbis.
To register for the Teen Mission or
for more information, call Amy
Neistein, (248) 205-2543, or e-mail

aneistein@jfmd.org 0

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