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September 06, 2002 - Image 80

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-09-06

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91Ar hen temperatures hit
the 90s and the
humidity just kept get-
ting higher, partici-
pants of the 12th annual Jewish
Apartments and Services Butzel Camp
Experience took to the water for boat-
ing and fishing.
Landlubbers in the group enjoyed
nature walks, exercise, discussion
groups, meditation, tennis, miniature
golf, ping-
pong and
bingo.
The July
29-31 pro-
gram held at
the Butzel
Conference
Center in
Ortonville
brought JAS
staff and 20
residents of
the Harriett and Ben Teitel and Anna
and Meyer Prentis Jewish Apartments
in Oak Park and the Lillian and
Samuel Hechtman and Norma Jean
and Edward Meer Jewish Apartments
in West Bloomfield for an overnight
stay.
JAS board members, including
Edythe Jackier, who sponsored the
event, joined 27 more residents for a
daylong visit; a group from nearby
Tamarack Camps stopped by to lead a
session in making beaded bracelets
and necklaces.
"The musical duo, Larry Bassin and
Joe Greenfield of Klezmer Tsvai, enter-
tained and the residents enjoyed danc-
ing to their wonderful music," says
Esther Winer, JAS community out-
reach coordinator, who was part of
the sleepover group. "S'mores were
enjoyed and everyone gained weight
from the delicious food served." ❑

For information on sponsoring
a senior to participate in the
JAS Butzel Camp Experience,
call Esther Winer at (248)
592-1104.

Clockwise from top:

Prentis resident Ella Mae
Vance reels in a fish.

Hechtman resident Ida
Silvers takes advantage of
the arts and crafts table.

Prentis residents Mikhail
Tumanson and Raisa
Ryzhinskaka enjoy a
dance.

Hechtman resident Lillian- ,
Tabak tries her hand at
pingpong.

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