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October 28, 1988 - Image 109

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-10-28

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KIDS

Petting the sheep in "Noah's ark."

Fun education was the
goal of three October
Sundays at camp

Temple Emanu-El students leave the Tunnel of Creation.

Josh Hearshen stepped off the
bus and into the world of the Bible.
Winding his way through a 120-foot
Tunnel of Creation, he entered into
Camp Tamarack's lbrah Zone, a
world filled with Bible stories,
Noah's ark and its animals, several
Patriarchs and a few Matriarchs.
Fresh Air Society designed the
program to get first-through-fourth
graders out of their Sunday school
classrooms and into an informal

Making pine cone animals are Lisa Hyma, dressed as Rebbecah, Josh Hearshen and
Jason Kromirs.

Richard Berg, as Noah, and his son Joshua enjoy the day.

Lindsey Sherline has a new "hanimal" friend.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS 101

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