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October 18, 2002 - Image 49

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-10-18

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VOLVO
2002

BLOWOUT
SALE

$3000
Below

Factory Invoice*

on all new
2002 580's

DWYER

ANDSONS
VOLVO
248-624-0400
On maple Rd., West of Haggerty

- OPEN SATURDAY 10-4-
www.dwyerandsons.corn

* Dealer Invoice. Does not reflect actual cost.
Offer Ends October 31, 2002.

pA RK

SHELLI LIEBMAN DORFMAN
Staff Writer

W

hen Ella Baker views the stunning floral
surroundings she created around her
home, she finds it difficult to believe that
just three years ago she worried that her
gardening days were over.
When the time arrived for Baker, 78, to leave her
home in Detroit and move into the Lillian and Samuel
Hechtman Jewish Apartments in West Bloomfield, "she
was sad at the prospect of not being able to continue her
favorite hobby — working in her flower garden," says
Esther Winer, community outreach coordinator for West
Bloomfield-based Jewish. Apartments and Services,
administrator of Hechtman Apartments.
"So Ella devised her own plan and began planting
flowers and some vegetable plants behind her apartment
and all around the trees and any bare ground she could
find," Winer says. Before too long, Baker had personally
put in over 400 plants.
While Baker says she's glad for the cooperation she
received from Hechtman administration to allow her to
continue her hobby and stay productive, Winer sees
Baker's neighbors as being the lucky ones.
"She not only beautified the grounds behind her own
apartment, but added to the enjoyment of other resi-
dents and visitors by sharing her gardens with them,"
Winer says. 0

ON MIC3C3LESELT
***************

Above: Being able to garden has made Ella Baker feel at home
at Hechtman Jewish Apartments.

Below: Hechtman resident Ella Baker has beautified the
grounds with flowers and plants.

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