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10 June 9 2011
Sara, Danny and Joanne Aronovitz of Huntington Woods hosted Israelis
Hagar Daniels and Maya Strauss last year in Detroit.
Goodman was not exactly the ideal
candidate for a rah-rah Israel pro-
"I wasn't involved with Federation
at all," he says. "And I had never been
After he heard about the program,
he thought, well, OK, he'd help out this
once, just to be nice.
Then he met the kids.
Today, Steven Goodman is "a
camper program success story',' he
says. For four years, he served as chair
of the Israeli Camper Program. He has
hosted dozens of Israelis, during both
sessions, and he stays in touch with
them all — including with regular
trips to Israel (he's off to Israel this
summer for his 10th visit).
"The program gets you involved
with Israel, and the kids are just phe-
nomenal, so respectful and deeply
"They become part of your lives
immediately, right off the bat:' he says.
"It's like long-lost family that you've
never seen:" 1_ I