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June 20, 2003 - Image 36

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-06-20

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Looking Good!

Beth Ahm preschoolers burn up the fashion runway.

CHICO'S
DAKOTA BREAD
GREETINGS FROM.
HERSH'S
KOOCHIE KOO
REAR ENDS
RICHARD'S SHOES
ROCKY MOUNTAIN
CHOCOLATE
RUBY'S BALM
RUNNING FIT
SOLOMON & SON
STAGE & CO
STEVEN FRANKLIN
OPTICS
STONE'S FINE
JEWELRY
SUNDANCE SHOES
SWIMWEAR
TRESSA'S
YOU'RE FIRED

Off
Retail!

7 PM 11 PM

Dance under the tent
to the music of

OFF THE WALL

Emar am itotwr

l eellutawlwA rk

Orchard Lake Rd. • South of Maple • West Bloomfield

Your child's summer break
is just weeks away...

Ready,
set, l'alift

paint-your-own pottery studio
in Novi has a
one-of-a-kind creative camp"
awaiting your child!

is gettina downright fashionable
I to attend b Congregation Beth
Ahm's nursery school.
Especially so the evening of
May 21, when the West Bloomfield
synagogue's sisterhood teamed up with
its Samantha Erin Rosen Nursery
School to present a mother-and-child
fashion show.
Marshal Field's supplied the clothing
— and one of its fashion coordinators,
Sharon Eisenshtadt, also a nursery
school mother, provided descriptions
and commentary.
Runway models included nursery
schoolers and "alums" — as well as
their mothers and synagogue members
and staff.
For the young models, fun was the
fashion of the day. II
— David Sachs, senior copy editor

(ages 7 to 14)

Campers will have a blast creating master-
pieces in our bright and cheerful sunlit studio,

From top:

ART CAMP PROJECTS INCLUDE

Pottery painting . Glass painting
Call today, space is limited
Beading
Mosaics
.- Canvas
Hand building
floor cloths
with clay
Art camp is held from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Monday thiu Friday

P8-317-1225

Reservations are being accepted for select weeks in June, July and August 2003

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Come paint with us ... we host the best birthday parties, scouting events,
bridal showers, ladies' night out gatherings and more. Walk-ins welcome.

Ready, Set, Paint is located in the Novi Town Center www.readysetpaint.com

Beth Ahm nursery school teacher Marcia
Manson shows off two students modeling
matching outfits: Jayne Bender, 3, and
Noa Popky, 2, both of West Bloomfield.

Tammy Kahan ofWest Bloomfield shares
the spotlight with her son Seth, 3.

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