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March 03, 1995 - Image 74

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-03-03

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P110 10 B Y SI I LL LI D O RFMAN

R I 1 0 I- 0 BY M ILLER

tions of religious observance
and socio-economic levels to
create the beautiful playground.
Sophie's mom and dad, Marcia
and Mike of Southfield, helped
build it, as did Phil's parents,
Amy Eston and Mickey Roth
of Farmington Hills. Grand-
mother Sylvia Eston also
worked on the playground.
"I remember thinking we'd
only be there an hour," Marcia
Lester said of the building
process. "But the kids had the
best time, and we had the best
time, so we stayed even longer.
In October, we returned to play
there."
The concept of Six Days in
October helped Lisa Berman of
Farmington Hills literally focus
on what was the most impor-
tant aspect of her Jewish life.
She discovered that meaning
with camera nearby at carpool.
When she picked up her 4-year-
old daughter, Hannah, at the
Temple Israel religious school,
and she saw that little person
with the big smile, she knew im-
mediately the photo
she would take.
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"It really affected
me," Ms. Berman said. members of
"It's a wonderful expe- BBYO on their
rience to see Hannah
come from her school. way to Fall
Conclave at
It's a physical side of
being Jewish, but it
Camp Maas.
showed me what was
Bottom:
really important."
Kuti Roberg, 12,
Randee (age
photographed his twin
sister Batsheva getting 10) and Eric
(age 8) Miller
challah ready for the
upcoming Shabbat. On of Orchard
another side of Jewish
life, Dr. Warren Tessler Lake have a
captured Federation's
different look
Super Sunday
at Six Days
Phonathon volunteer
In October.
Clara Selik, with her
granddaughter, Sarah
Berkley, giving a day to
the community.
saw her sitting there, and I
know her," Dr. Tessler recalled.
"So I said, 'Mrs. Selik, look
here,' and I took her picture."
On this day, Shelli Liebman
Doifilian captured 230 mem-
bers of the B'nai B'rith Youth
Organization (BBYO) getting
set for an outing that would fill
them with memories for years.
It's called a fall conclave, and
it's held at Camp Maas. There,
students learn not only about

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