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May 12, 1995 - Image 15

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-05-12

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Down And Dirty

Volunteers plant flowers,
adding beauty to several neighborhoods.

JENNIFER FINER STAFF WRITER

PHOTOS BY GLENN TRIEST

hile 900 De-
troiters board-
ed two El Al
planes bound
. for
Israel,
some of those
WW left behind
spent Sunday morning
planting trees, shrubs,
plants and flowers.
The weather couldn't
have been nicer for a day
of gardening.
Participants in the
Jewish Federation of
Metropolitan Detroit's
Volunteer Extravaganza
met at the Max M. Fish-
er Building before going
to a Core City Neighbor-
hood location in Detroit
or one of 12 Jewish Asso-
ciation for Residential Care
(JARC) homes:
Gardening gloves, jeans and

shovels were a necessity for those
participating in the extrava-
ganza. ❑

Left above:
Susie Schector plants flowers.

Left below:
Amy,Bernstein, Robert Allender and
Susie Schector planting at a JARC
home in Franklin.

Above:
Leonard Brown and Marc Schector.
Playing In the dirt.

Below:
Amy Bernstein doesn't mind getting
dirty.

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