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September 15, 2011 - Image 49

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2011-09-15

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Teen Missioli
Tin Israel, `kilt,

Trip registration
begins Sept. 19.

TEEN MISSION to

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t's not too soon to begin thinking
about next summer — especially
if you're a teen interested in joining
your peers on a once-in-a-lifetime trip
to Israel.
The Jewish Federation of
Metropolitan Detroit's Teen Mission
2012, the community's eighth teen trip,
will run from July 2-Aug. 3 (dates sub-
ject to change) for Metro Detroit high
school teens currently in grades 9-12.
Teens will have the chance to con-
nect to their Jewish identities, face new
challenges, make new friends and travel
in a hand's-on way. Teens will enjoy
home hospitality in the Central Galilee
(Federation's "home in Israel"), climb the
fortress of Masada, float in the Dead Sea,
participate in special interest groups, pray
at the Kotel and drink tea in a Bedouin
tent on the sands of the Negev desert.
TM12 is a community trip in part-
nership with Metro Detroit Reform
and Conservative congregations and
Tamarack Camps. Detroit teens travel
as a community and share the month-
long experience with Israeli teens from
Federation's Partnership 2000 region,
allowing the creation of lasting connec-
tions.
Space is limited and priority is given
on a first-come, first-served basis. Online
registration begins Sept. 19. Go to www.
jewishdetroit.org/TM12 or contact
Rachel Taubman (248) 205-2545 or
taubman@jfind.org.

Get Your BackStage Pass!

Arrqv Thrimmh Serf, :IF
BackStage Pass is a special
four-year program for students
entering 11th grade that will
give them valuable access and
exposure to the exciting things
happening in Detroit and a great
college internship to put them on
a track to success. Applications
for this opportunity are now
being accepted through Sept.
28. For applications and
additional information, visit www.
backstagepassmi.com or call Josh
Goldberg at (248) 205-2532.

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