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February 03, 1989 - Image 101

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-02-03

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AROUND TOWN

Little Seedlings

Tu B'Shevat was center stage at the Jan. 22
community-wide celebration.

Songs, games, magic and stories were incorporated into the local
celebration of the New Year of the Trees. Hundreds turned out for the
Sunday afternoon event at the Jewish Community Center. Featured
entertainers included singer-songwriter Debbie Friedman, storyteller
Corinne Stavish and magician Howard Faber...
The celebration was sponsored by The Jewish News L'Chayim
section, Jewish Experiences For Families, Jewish National Fund, and
the Labor Zionist Institute — Labor Zionist Alliance, Na'amat U.S.A.
and Habonim/Dror.

Chani Lerner and her mother, Bat Sheva.

Leora Schostak.

Corinne Stavish tells a Tu B'Shevat story.

Ade le Lew in

Joshua and Zachary Foster and their
mother listen carefully to Corinne Stavish.

Debbie Friedman sings "Aleph Bet" with youthful assistance.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS 101

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