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August 21, 2008 - Image 46

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2008-08-21

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B'NAI B'RITH SALUTES THE STATE OF ISRAEL
ON 60 REMARKABLE YEARS.

As B'nai B'rith enters its own historic 165th year, join us in our work for a
stronger Jewish community and a better world! With your help, we will
continue to provide access, advocacy, and action as the
Global Voice of the Jewish Community.

Mickey Levy, 21, of Jerusalem, Vlad Kovalskiy, 13, of Wixom and Nadar

Yampolsky, 14, of Migdal HaEmek cook their own pitas over a campfire.

To support our work or learn more about the organization,
call the Great Lakes Region office at 248-646-3100, contact us
at greatlakes@bnaibrith.org , or visit our website, www.bnaibrith.org .

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Or Atlay, 14,
of Tel-Aviv

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of us at Audette Cadillac
Salute and Congratulate

ALL THE MACCABI ATHLETES
&ISRAEL ON YOUR 60TH

FINANCING AVAILABLE
ON CADILLAC ESCALADE

and Valeriya

Parkhomenko, 13,

of Royal Oak

selor for Ruach village and helped plan the day's events. "The kids really had fun' ,'
Sabag said. "They learned a lot about our games, music and food:'
American counselors, teen service staff and counselors in training also took
part in the day and helped run games and activities.
"Ifs a day all about fun, and it lets the Israeli counselors show the campers how
they celebrate their culture," said TSS Sara Nathanson, 16, of Farmington Hills.
Land Sports Specialist Jared Berman, 18, of West Bloomfield agreed with
Nathanson. "I think Israel Day is absolutely fantastic because it gives kids the
opportunity to have tons of fun while celebrating Israel's birthday"
Camper Helen Weinberg, 12, of Berman village loved Israel Day. "Its fun to
learn about Israel while doing hands-on activities instead of sitting in a class-
room:'
Near the end of the celebration, seven torches were lit in honor of Israel's 60th
birthday. Each candle represented 10 years, the last one added for good luck. It
was a grand display, a great way to pay tribute to the Jewish homeland. L

Gabriella Ring, T2T intern, contributed to this report.

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