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August 01, 2003 - Image 54

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-08-01

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t wouldn't be summer without summer camp. And if you
ask most U-M alums if they are as passionate about
Camp Michigania as they are about Michigan football,
you might be surprised at the answer. "The best week
of the summer was the one we spent with family and friends
at camp," says Michigan alumnus Bobbi Charnas, who
trekked to Lake Walloon and the University of Michigan's
Alumni Association family camp for many years. (She also reli-
giously attends Wolverine home games.)
In this issue, we introduce you to Mitch Rosenwasser, the
new director of Camp Michigania, and professed "camp-a-
holic." He's creating the Michigania Magic that generations
of U-M alumni have come to expect from their beloved camp.
Camper Mark Birnholtz, a West Bloomfield dentist, captured
images of the camping experience.
One reader, Leah Stern, let us know about a chuppah creat-
ed especially for her sister Melissa's marriage to Seth Meltzer.
The beautiful work of art was donated to Temple Shir Shalom
and is available for all future Temple weddings. Editor Carla
Schwartz spoke to Melissa and Seth about their wedding and
their vision for the extraordinary chuppah.
When Betty Rosenhaus looked out of her hotel room win-
dow and saw women sweeping their brooms over the streets
of Moscow, she knew the broom would be a unique souvenir.
The handcrafted, primitive workhorse of every household was
so intriguing to Rosenhaus, she began collecting brooms from
all over the world. Corn fibers aren't the only object of her
passion. Rosenhaus also collects quill boxes, flags and
European pincushions. We think you'll enjoy photographer
Angie Baan's images of Rosenhaus's collectibles.
To round out a sultry August day, why not gather with
friends on the patio for a glass of Sleeping Bear Red from
Leelanau Wine Cellars. Vintner Bob Jacobson shares his Up
North winemaking story with all our discerning readers.
Here's to the waning days of summer.

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COVER: Photographed at Camp Michigania by Mark Birnholtz. The aerial view
of the camp (above) was photographed by Jim Anderson.

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