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July 26, 1996 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1996-07-26

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The best part of the summer
is just around the corner.

GLENN TRIEST PHOTOGRAPHER

e sure to send mail. Don't clean
my room when I'm gone. Don't
throw away my Teen Heart-
throb magazines in my absence.
Be sure to send mail. Do not, I
repeat, do not let my little broth-
ers and sisters play in my room
because you know they'll get
into all my stuff. Really, I'll be
sure to keep my bunk really
clean, and I won't stay up talk-
ing all night. Oh, and did I men-
tion: Send lots of mail.
Boys and girls from throughout
metro Detroit, in second through ninth
grade, boarded buses last Sunday and
headed off for a four-week adventure.
The starting point was the Jewish
Community Center in West Bloom-
field. The destination point: Camp
Maas.
A few were tearful as they headed
off; most were more than excited. All
agreed they would return with at least
one huge trunk filled with dirty
clothes. ❑

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Last Sunday, a group of Detroit youth
(including Julie Hack, saying goodbye to her
father) headed off for camp.

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Opposite page, left: Anita and
Michael Hack: The long goodbye.

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Top, far right: Laurie Blinder
waves a final farewell.

Middle, far right: Zachary Krasman gets a
loving goodbye from his mom, Mary.

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Bottom, far right: Marni Kalmus, 7, gives
one last hug to camp-bound
sister Marisa.

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