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April 15, 1988 - Image 91

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-04-15

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CHARACTERS TO GREET
YOUR GUESTS All

of Southfield. Proud great-
grandmother is Molly Levine
of Oak Park. Ryan Justin is
named in loving memory of
his great-grandfather, Saul
Levine, and his grandfather,
Harry Cohen.

MARCH 7 — Dr. Jeffrey and
Denise (VanDoorne) Rosen-
baum of West Bloomfield are
delighted to announce the
birth of their son, Jason Ari.
Proud grandparents are Earl
and Janet Rosenbaum of
Windsor, Ont., and Tom and
Marilyn Moreschini of Ster-
ling Heights. Ecstatic first-
time great-grandparents are
Sam and Millie Cohen and
Annie Rosenbaum of Wind-
sor. Jason Ari (Chaim Yaacov)
is named in loving memory of
his paternal great-grand-
father, Hymie Rosenbaum,
and his paternal great-great-
uncle.
FEB. 16 — Ronald and Mar-
sha (Klein) Mitnick of West
Bloomfield are thrilled to an-
nounce the birth of their
daughter, Emily Nicole, sister
to Scott and Rachal. Proud
grandparents are Herbert
and Charlotte Mitnick and
Edie Klein. Emily Nicole also
is the granddaughter of the
late Sheldon Klein. Great-
grandmother is Lillian
Gottesman.

FEB. 23 — Mark and Carol
(Gordon) DeVore are proud to
announce the birth of their
first child, Zachary Gordon.
He is the grandson of
Marilynn and Seymour Gor-
don of Franklin and Mary
and Robert DeVore of
Ramona, Calif., and great-
grandson of Irene and Harry
Kraft. Zachary is named in
loving memory of his mater-
nal uncle, Hannan Kraft, and
his maternal grandfather,
Max Pensler.

FEB. 16 — Debbie (Parel) and
Aaron Hostyk, (formerly of
Huntington Woods) announce
the birth of their daughter,
Rachel Gilah. Grandparents
are Miriam Parel of Hun-
tington Woods and Mildred
and Joseph Hostyk of New
York City. Great-grand-
mother is Faye Sills of Oak
Park. Rachel Gilah is named
in memory of her paternal
great-grandmothers.

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Please

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must be typed, double-
spaced. Please include
your phone number.

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• Developmentally
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• Jewish Traditions
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For information and arrangements to see color slides and video call
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SATURDAY ADVENTURES

—GRADES 3 to 5—
ADVENTURE B
ADVENTURE A

(Half Day)

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Sat. Apr. 16
Sat. Apr. 23
Sat. Apr. 30
Sat. May 7
Sat. May 14
Sat. May 21

Museum Madness
Bicycle Trip
Canoe Trip
Rollerskating
Nature Day
Belle Isle Zoo

—GRADES 6 to 8—
ADVENTURE D
ADVENTURE C

(Full Day)

(Full Day)

Windsor Wildlife
Detroit Zoo
Bubbles and Barns
Belle Isle Zoo
Canoe Day
Hands-on Day/Flint

Bicycle Trip
Creature Feature
Windsor Wildlife
Play. Day
Sea World
Canoe Day

(Full

Day)

Bubbles and Thorns
Hands-on Day/Flint
Detroit Zoo
Canoe Day
Bicycle Trip
Huckleberry Railroad

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THEME

June 20-24

June 27-July 1

Celebrate Summer Week

Adventure Week

July 18-22

Summer Madness Week

July 25-29

Backwards Week

- Aug. 1-5

Super Week

Aug. 8-12

Odyssey Week

Aug. 15-19

Michigan Week

Aug. 22-26

Final Fun Week



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Greenfield Village
Crossroads Village
Canoeing
Waterpark
Windsor Wildlife
Candle Factory
Playland Park
Detroit Zoo
Waterpark
Space Center
Hands-on Museum
Michigan Festival
Tiger Game
Crossroads Village
Impression 5

Waterpark
Playland Park
Space Center
Strawberry Farm
Chelsea Mill
Crossroads Village
Canoeing
Waterpark
Belle Isle Zoo
D.I.A.
Bicycle Trip
Waterpark
Tiger Game
Lion's Training
Waterpark
Playland Park

Wonderland Park
Torontq Ontario
Ausable River
Mio, Michigan
Put-in-Bay Island
Ohio
Niagra Falls
Ontario
Mackinac Island
Michigan
Sleeping Bear Sand
Dunes, Michigan
Seneca Caverns
Bellevue, Ohio
Cedar Point
Sandusky, Ohio

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Odyssey Adventures is directed by Bob and Joan Lipsitz, who for the past 17

ODYSSEY
ADVENTURES

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professionals, will be guided on fun-filled adventures. For a complete
information package on all of our programs, call Odyssey Adventures
at 661-3600.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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