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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-11-21

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Reaching out to get young adults involved.

HARRY KIRS BAUM

wasn't really involved in the
Jewish community. A suc-
cessful trial lawyer living in
Birmingham with his wife of 12 years,
Aviva, the extent of the couple's Jewish
involvement was an occasionally cele-
brated Shabbat, and sending their two
boys, Ethan, 7, and Isaac, 4, to
Hebrew school.
When he went on the Grosfeld
Mission last year, a Jewish Federation
of Metropolitan Detroit-sponsored trip
to Kiev, Warsaw and Krakow, every-
thing he learned through books about
the plight of the Jews became real.
"Seeing Babi Yar in Kiev, seeing the
Warsaw Ghetto, Auschwitz and
Birkenau — the enormity of it all —
was just life changing," he said. "It's
Steven Susser addresses the
not as though I was
"Unfettered" meeting.
surprised by what I
saw, but it empha-
sized to me how
important it was to
acknowledge and
appreciate my con-
nection as a Jew to
),
other Jews.
"I can't say that I
came back and
enrolled in a yeshiv-
ah and dropped my
work and devoted
my life to the
Talmud," said
Mar t y Apple of Birmingham and Bryan Weinstein and Roya
Susser. But what I
Soleyman, both of Farmington Hills, share some laughs.
have taken away is
this appreciation
and the need to nurture it and in my
and no expectations of fund-raising
own limited way to help in that con-
from this event," Susser told his
nectedness — to participate."
friends. "It's a hope of involvement
In an attempt to nurture other
rather than hope for money from it."
young Jewish families, the Federation
Bryan Weinstein, 39, of Farmington
began a group called "Unfettered,"
Hills was among the guests. Weinstein
named after Joe Fetter of Bloomfield
is a supporter of the Michigan Friends
Hills and his son, Neil, of West
of the Israel Defense Forces and Yad
Bloomfield, who funded the effort to
Ezra, the kosher food bank, but he's
get young adults more interested in the looking for knowledge about
Jewish community in a no-strings-
Federation. The more I can con-
attached way.
tribute to the Federation," he said, "the
Susser and his wife introduced about
better."
40 friends and acquaintances to the
Dr. Rachel Ehrenfeld, terrorism
group at a meeting in their home on
expert and author of Funding Evil;
Nov. 11.
How Terrorism is Financed — and How
"There's no charge for this event,
to Stop It, spoke to the crowd. LJ

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