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May 28, 2004 - Image 49

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2004-05-28

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hey lit the
candles,
blessed the
wine, ate
the chaliah and sat
down for traditional
Shabbat meals. More
than 55 members of
ROBIN
Hillel of Metro
Detroit and the Young
SCHWARTZ
Adult Division of the
Local
Jewish Federation of
Columnist
Metropolitan Detroit
took part in a Shabbat
Dinner Exchange on April 30.
Eight "host families" opened their doors
and invited participants to
join the exchange celebrations.
"I think it's important for any-
one who wants to celebrate
Shabbat to have a place to go,"
said Julie Eisman, one of the
hosts. "Shabbat is a wonderful
thing and it's wonderful to
have people to share it with."
Around the various dinner
tables old friendships were
rekindled and new ones
formed. Former Detroiter
Edward Pevos, of Toledo,
Ohio, made the one-hour trek
to join a room full of people
he'd never even met before.
Pevos said he just wanted to

Alaine Waldshan recites the
Shabbat blessing.

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hosted a dinner

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spend time with Jewish people his age. "It's
something I wish I could do more often,"
he said.
It didn't take long before he was right at
home, taking part in traditions that have
been passed down from generation to gener-
ation.
"This is about building a community,"
explained participant Larry Levin. "It's a
mitzvah," he said.



Lauren Friedman shows
the challahs.

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