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November 06, 1987 - Image 81

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-11-06

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FAMILY LIFE

Georgia Kleiman
takes time out.

Naturefest

The sunshine, Camp Maas
and 300 Detroiters combined
for a beautiful afternoon

S ome 300 young and young-at-heart took
advantage of a beautiful fall day Oct. 25
to participate in Teva-Thon Naturefest
'87.

The Blake family enjoys a stroll in the woods.

Many of the participants took advantage
of free bus service from Detroit's two Jewish Communi-
ty Centers and the United Hebrew Schools to attend the
2Y2 hour program in Ortonville.
Activities included nature hikes and nature crafts,
enjoying refreshments and enjoying being outdoors on
a lovely day.
Teva-Thon was sponsored by the Fresh Air Society
and the Jewish Experience For Families program in
cooperation with The Jewish News and its L'Chayim
family section El

Checking the depth of the road is Jennie Davis.

Posing for a photograph at the camp amphitheatre.

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