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February 13, 1987 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-02-13

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Lapels ....$39.
Pant Legs ..12.
Shirt Collars 12.
5.
Ties
BRAND NAME
SUITS

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Continued from Page 5

newspaper advertisements
which he paid for himself.
Eventually, ADL re-joined the
NJCRAC fold.

"We seek consensus, but we
must respect and protect the
right of dissent in order to
achieve it," said Michael Pela-
vin. "We don't fearchallenges
to long-standing consensus. It

makes the process healthier
and stronger.
"We have to be selective on
which issues to achieve con-
sensus. Sometimes consensus
is not the problem, but who will
voice it. Sometimes it is agreed
that a single voice is needed,
but NJCRAC believes in mul-
tiple voices that cooperate with
each other."



Adventure Center

Continued from Page 5

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SPECIAL AFFECTS

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Jackie Kaufman and Stephanie Lovinger test the ROPES course.

Dominating the facility is
the re-creation of a camp
amphitheater with dirt, potted
trees and plants, and seating
for over 100 people. Commu-
nity events such as song ses-
sions, puppet shows, magic
acts, and talent shows will be
offered at the amphitheater.
A ROPES course has been
constructed six feet in the air
and joined to a treehouse by
cables and tires suspended
from the ceiling. Participants
are strapped into safety har-
nesses and wear helmets as
they negotiate the course.
A huge metal slide, a clatter
bridge, and tunnel and tire
crawls constitute the playg-
round area that is surrounded
by a white picket fence.
The nature area with its log
cabin exterior contains a large
aquarium, a petting cage with
live animals, and displays.
Pioneer crafts such as rope
making, candle dipping and
pioneer toy construction are
also taught by the nature staff.
The arts and crafts area of-
fers painting, copper enamel-
ing, batik, macrame, paper
projects, and other crafts,
while the sports area will allow
individuals to play floor hoc-
key, tether ball, volleyball, and
practice at an indoor batting
cage.
Children (who must be ac-
companied by a parent) may
use the facility 10 a.m.-3 p.m.
Wednesday - Friday. Children
in grades 2-5 may participate
in activities 3 p.m.-5:30 p.m. on
Wednesdays and pre-teens and

teens in grades 6 - 9 may utilize
the center on Thursdays, 3
p.m.-5:30 p.m. (a parent need
not attend with the children at
these times).
The Adventure Center is
also open from 12 p.m. - 4 p.m.
on Saturday and from 11 a.m.
to 5 p.m. on Sunday for
youngsters up to 16 years old,
though children 12 and under
must be accompanied by a par-
ent.
Tickets for Saturday admis-
sion must be purchased in ad-
vance. Senior adults can use
the facility at any of the above

The adventure
center will take
drop-ins,
scheduled groups
and families

hours. Organized groups may
use the facility on a pre-
arranged basis, 10 a.m.-11 p.m.
daily. For information, call
Joan Lipsitz, 350-8710. There
is an entrance fee to use the
facility.
In support of the project the
Fresh Air Society has received
contributions of materials
from Banner Lumber, Mercury
Paint, Gordon Sel-Way Inc.,
Tri-Star Electrical Contrac-
tors, and Ace Hardware. Fresh
Air Society board members,
staff alumni and former cam-
pers have worked with the
full-time staff of Tamarack
Camps to set up the facility.

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