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September 18, 1987 - Image 93

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-09-18

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AROUND TOWN I

wow

SOUTHFIELD!

The Neighborhood Project
and Southfield residents
host a huge end-of-summer
block party

Enjoying the festivities on a bright summer day.

Tammy, Wayne and Joanna Kristall relax during a
hectic afternoon.

Justin Prinstein checks out a Southfield fire truck.

p

olice and fire equipment attracted
young and old, but present and
Southfield residents enjoyed talent
shows, face painting, puppetry and
_refreshments at a massive block party
staged two weeks ago by the Jewish
Welfare Federation's Neighborhood Project
and residents of Southfield's "Greater
Square Mile
Held on Andover Street near the
Beacon Square Swim club, hundreds of
families attended the affair. The block
party is one of a series of events
sponsored by the Neighborhood Project to
encourage Jewish families to live in
Southfield and Oak Park. In addition to
providing no-interest loans to help
families obtain mortgages, the
Neighborhood Project is sponsoring events
to encourage neighborhood social and
cultural events, as well as block clubs and
other civic associations.



"Lacey" August is all tuckered out.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS 83

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