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March 19, 1988 - Image 93

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-03-19

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A pre-Purim
weekend
at camp
brought
grandparents
and
grandchildren
closer

Edna and Arthur Simon enjoy a walk with grandson Aaron Berkowitz.

HAND
INHAND

ADA EFROS

Special to The Jewish News

Joshua Liss watches intently with grandparents John and Rita Haddow.

Richard Fauer gets the spirit.

Program director Carol Parven

Mary and Cynthea Mazer share a moment after the Purim party.

My husband and I and two of
our granddaughters just spent a
delightful weekend at "Bubbie,
Zadie, and Kinder Camp" at the
Butzel Conference Center at
Camp Tamarack. This was a new
program sponsored by the Fresh
Air Society and what a wonderful
program it was. I don't know if the
Jewish community in general is
aware of the gem they have in the
Butzel Center. It is located at
Ortonville and sits on a beautiful
lake. The accommodations are ex-
cellent for the lodges are modern
and beautifully kept up. The food
is kosher and very, very good.
The staff, headed by Jeff Metz
and Carol Parven, were very effi-
cient and so wonderful to the
bubbies, the zadies and the kin-
der. Over the weekend we danced,
we sang, we ate and we had a
fabulous time.
Along with the fun, the warm
blanket of Judaism enveloped us.
There was a blessing at every
meal, we had a lovely Saturday
morning service and a beautiful
Havdalah service with our grand-
children. It was a wonderful ex-
perience for all who were there
and I hope the Fresh Air Society
will continue sponsoring it for
many years to come.

Ada Efros, age 64, is a grandmother in
Oak Park.

H N
THE DETROIT JEWIS

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