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June 28, 1985 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-06-28

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Getting in the mood for summer vacation is
Alan Albert, who figures on hanging
around. Swinging on our Page 1 is Janice
Letuin.

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make a school memento box or a
summer travel scrapbook.
Supply notebooks and encourage
them to keep a journal or diary of
their thoughts, stories, poems or ex-
perienCes.
Take them to the library and
sign up for the Summer Reading
Program. Fill your house with books
and have daily reading time. Let
them keep a list of every book they
read.
You're relaxed. The kids are
goofing around, unwinding, flexing
their imaginations. Just when they
start asking; "What can we do now,
Mom?", pile them into the car, grab
maps, camera, thermos and treats.
Take off! Your summer will never be
the same.
Take the family to a U-pick
farm and pick whatever is in season.
Good news: Children are never
weighed along with your bushel of
fruit. You won't have to pay for the
two pounds of berries they ate as
you worked. Wear old clothes and a
sun hat. Spend the next few days
canning, freezing, baking and up to
your elbows in delicious fresh fruit.
Send for a guide to "Pick-Your-
Own-Farms and Roadside Markets"
by writing the Michigan Department
of Agriculture, Lewis Bldg., Lansing,
MI 48913.
Visit the Eastern Market (833-
1560) during the week. Using all of

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