Israel Archives - Page 5 of 9 - My Jewish Detroit

November 1, 2014

Lessons Learned in Summer School

It’s no secret. Israeli school children are raucous—or joyous—depending on one’s interpretation of loud, unruly behavior in class.

Jeff Forman
November 1, 2014

Welcome to Israel

It was the worst of times that brought out the best of Jewish Detroit, especially among those ready to stand and be counted in solidarity.

Sherri Ketai
October 1, 2014

Career Volunteer

Meet Sherri Ketai, Israel Camper “Mom,” Jewish Detroit ambassador of goodwill, passionate and compassionate community builder, incoming Federation campaign co-chair, city booster at the center of the D.

Moms Mission to Israel
September 1, 2014

From Here to Maternity

Modeled after Taglit-Birthright Israel, the concept was born of a bold vision: to bring Israel home and inspire Jewish continuity in every day family life.

Richard and Sally Krugel
September 1, 2014

Honored Community Leaders

Meet Dr. Richard and Sally Krugel, celebrating 50 years of marriage. Lifelong activists, partners in extraordinary community service. Frequent fliers to Israel. Gracious hosts to new Detroiters. Joyous grandparents of six.

Eviatar Israel Campers
July 1, 2014

Welcoming Eviatar and Liraz to Jewish Detroit

It must be besherit (meant to be). The close circles of friends that have brought Eviatar Baksis and Liraz Cohen back to Michigan are far too numerous to be coincidence.

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