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July 19, 2002 - Image 49

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-07-19

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Frosty Treats
By The Tub

_MS serves up some fun at annual ice cream social.


Staff Writer


little bit of wind and a lot
of ice cream cooled off
Jewish Apartments resi-
dents at a June 9 afternoon
program filled with snacking, dancing
and fun.
"Residents were seated under trees,
out of the sun, and Mother Nature
was kind by supplying a cool breeze
for us," says Esther Winer, communi-
ty outreach coordinator at Jewish
Apartments and Services.
The annual ice cream social, spon-
sored by the JAS Friends and Family
Society, included residents of the
Anna and Meyer Prentis and Harriett
and Ben Teitel Jewish Apartments in
Oak Park and the Lillian and Samuel
Hechtman Jewish Apartments in West
Bloomfield. Joining those facilities for
the first time were seniors living in the
new Norma Jean and Edward Meer
Jewish Apartments in West
"This year's event was even more
spectacular since it was held in con-
junction with the celebration of 35
years of Jewish Apartments and
Services building community," Winer
The ice cream social took place at
the Jewish Community Center in Oak
Park during the Birthday Bash and
Carnival, which marked the 75th
anniversary of the Jewish Community
Center of Metropolitan Detroit.
The combined festivities allowed
residents an opportunity to dance, lis-
ten to music and socialize with all
ages; the number of ice cream sundaes
reached the 1,000 mark. 0

Youngsters Lend A Hand

In honor of the move to Yad Ezra's new building in Berkley, youngsters helped
decorate the vestibule by lending their handprints on a painted canvas. The
effort, coordinated by Susie Citrin, enabled children to actively participate in
the inauguration of the newly renovated facility. Shown are Susie Citrin of
Birmingham _ , Josi Ryke and her daughter, Michaela Fishman, 2, of Huntington

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Top: Hechtman resident Fannie May
enjoys an ice cream sundae.

Middle: Prentis resident Max Trager
dances with JAS volunteer Ceceile
LaBelle of Oak Park.

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JAS Friends and Family Society,
or to help sponsor seniors' pro-
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Bottom: Detroit resident Kenyon
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