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May 09, 2003 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-05-09

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Community
Calendar

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residents of Detroit's historic

Sherwood Forest neighborhood

gather for along-awaited reunion.

Former and current owners of the
house on Shrewsbury Street in
Detroit's Sherwood Forest are
Marcia Baum of Detroit, Sue
and Bud Kaine of Franklin, and
Martin Baum.

English Tudor. It's one of more than 435
houses in the neighborhood, which has a
style reminiscent of an English village.
Sherwood Forest borders Livernois
r. Henry "Bud" Kaine and his wife, Susan, moved 37 years ago
Avenue,
Parkside, Seven Mile Road and
from their home in the Sherwood Forest neighborhood of
Pembrook.
Detroit to larger digs in suburban Franklin. Yet, on several
"It was wonderful seeing our house again," Susan Kaine says. She and
occasions, the couple would return to northwest Detroit to
her
husband lived there for nine years until their family grew to four chil-
drive the winding roads past their former beloved home.
dren,
and they built their Franklin home.
The Kaines never dreamed they'd get a chance to actually see the inside
Kaine
says that she and her husband were delighted that the current
again until a few months ago when they went to a memorial service for
owners
loved
"their" house and the neighborhood they, too, were so fond
their former Detroit neighbor Mary Shapero.
of.
At the lunch that followed, Marcia and Martin Baum of Detroit ended
Like the Baums and the Kaines, other former and current residents of
up sitting next to the Kaines.
Sherwood
Forest will have a chance to meet each other, share memories
As soon as the Kaines introduced themselves, Martin Baum cried out,
and
arrange
to view homes. The first all-inclusive reunion of the neighbor-
"So you're the Kaines. We live in your house!"
hood's
80-year-plus
history will take place from 6-9 p.m. Thursday, June
Though they never officially met, Martin says he recognized the name of
5,
at
the
Detroit
Historical
Museum.
his home's former owners. Another couple lived in the house for two years
before the Baums purchased it.
DOWN MEMORY LANE on page 38
The Baums invited the Kaines to visit their three-floor, four-bedroom

SHARON LUCKERMAN
Staff Writer

D

5/ 9
2003

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