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September 19, 2003 - Image 67

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-09-19

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Maas this year? Gail Greenberg, a sen-
ior staff associate for the Jewish
Federation of Metropolitan Detroit
(and mother of the bee-utiful D'vora
the Explorer), explained that this pro-
vided a great opportunity for families
to enjoy the camp facilities, to be out
in nature and to get a taste of camp.
Sporting a sweater embroidered
with, you guessed it, bees, Greenberg
and her family had come immediately
after Shabbat to Camp Maas, to start
getting everything organized.
It was a lot of work that "couldn't
have been accomplished without the
amazing volunteers and JEFF [Jewish
Experiences for Families] staff,"
Greenberg said. "But it was well worth
it."
The day began early when more
than 400 guests from Temple Kol Ami
and Congregation Shir Tikvah came
for an early morning program featur-
ing storyteller
Corinne
Stavish and
JEFF's Lisa
Soble
Siegmann
(famous for
her singing
and song
leading).
At 1 p.m.,
the rest of the
community
began arriv-
ing, and they
stayed until
the very end
at 4 p.m.,
when the
event was
slated to
close.
Suddenly,
after a cloudy but basically dry day,
the rain began. Talk about great tim-
ing.

• Above: 21-month-
old Natalia Luna of
West Bloomfield
offers a treat to a
goat.

Right: Chad
Chappell takes a
wagon full of city
slickers for a ride.

Below: Natalie
Redmond, 8, of
Sterling Heights gets
sniores help from Boy
Scout Seth
Greenberg, 12, of
Oak Park.

Above: Tessa
Nosenchuck, 4, of
West Bloomfield
makes a candle.

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2003

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