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April 05, 1996 - Image 7

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1996-04-05

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A synagogue offers
a novel way to
learn about
the holiday.



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Pesach From A-Z

hildren in the Beth Abraham
Hillel Moses Samantha Erin
Rosen Nursery School last
week learned all about Pe-
sach through song, arts and
crafts, cooking and drama.
Presented in conjunction with Jew-
ish Experiences For Families, the
program featured stations where chil-
dren could participate in various ac-

At the art station, they could make
a Moses puppet, a goat, a pillow
(for leaning at the seder) and an
Afikomen bag. Budding chefs
at a second station made
charoset and chocolate
At other spots, the con-
gregation's Rabbi Aaron
Bergman played guitar while
music teacher Pam David led

Michael Schindler and Alex Schiff, both 5, know just what Pharaoh said: "No, no,
ng! I will not let the Jews go!"

Above left:
This is sew nice: Julie Nitzkin, and her daughter,
Rachel, 4, make a frog-shaped pillow.

Mia Gordon, 4, loves this chocolate matzah.

singing, and nursery school director
Joyce Epstein helped students with
dramatics. El

With a helping hand from his mother, Ann-Marie Fisher, 2-year-old Zak makes a wooden goat. (But did his father buy it for two



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