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February 06, 2004 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2004-02-06

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now and ice didn't prevent
about 90 Detroiters bound
for Federation's Michigan
Miracle Mission 4 from
attending an update meeting Jan. 26 at
the Max M. Fisher Federation Building
in Bloomfield Township.
There, they heard about everything
from Hebrew and Israel history classes
provided for the travelers, to what to
pack and highlights of their agenda.
Nearly 600 Detroiters are planning to
visit Israel April 18-28 on this people-
to-people mission.
"This mission is another occasion for
the Detroit Jewish community to put
itself on the map, and it's something
we can be proud of," said Peter Alter,
mission co-chair with Dr. Richard
Krugel, both of Bloomfield Hills. "It's
also an opportunity to create a greater
sense of community among Detroit
Jewry. Sharing this trip will create a
special bond for many years to come."
Those bonds also extend to Israelis
they will meet and share time with
during their trip — especially those
Israelis in Detroit's Partnership 2000
region.
Thanks to Partnership 2000, estab-
lished to connect Jews in the United
States with those in Israel, Detroit has
developed a strong connection to its
sister area in the Central Galilee, which
includes Nazareth Illit, Migdal
Ha F,mek and the rich agricultural area

of the Jezreel Valley.
This area was handpicked by Robert
Aronson, CEO of the Jewish
Federation of Metropolitan Detroit,
said Mark Milgrom of Birmingham, a
longtime lay leader in the Partnership
2000 program. It has the equivalent
Jewish population of Detroit, and the
program has fostered cultural and pro-
fessional exchanges between the two -
areas, he said.
In the region, Detroit travelers will
spend time visiting with Israeli families
and can visit a school, technical center
or hospital. Detroiters also will cele-
brate Israel's Independence Day, Yom
HaAtzmaut, at barbecues in the homes
of Israelis in the region.
The excitement in the room grew as
Alter began to discuss the agenda for
the trip. With 15 busloads of
Detroiters slated, mission leaders devel-
oped 15 itineraries. The wide-ranging
choices of stops included Masada and
the Dead Sea, an archaeological dig, a
high-tech facility, museums, the securi-
ty fence and the Golan Heights.
During several mega-events, all
Detroiters will gather in places like
Hebrew University on Mt. Scopus and
at the Kotel for Shabbat candlelight-
ing. On the last evening at the Tel Aviv
Hilton, the planners promise a gala
event with a major Israeli speaker.
For information on joining the trip,
call Sally Krugel at (248) 203-1485.
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