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October 31, 2003 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-10-31

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RESERVE
THE DATE!

CHINESE

AUCTION XII

- BLACK TIE OPTIONAL

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STAFF PHOTOS BY ANGIE BAAN

SUNDAY DECEMBER 7, 2003

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AND SWEET TABLE

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IV

hen our forebears
decreed that Jewish
people must eat their
Sukkot meals under the
sukkah's bough-strewn roof, they
never anticipated the advent of
Italian take-out.
But to the children of
Congregation Shaarey Zedek Beth
Hayeled Nursery School and
Kindergarten in Southfield, kosher
pizza is as Jewish as bagels and lox.
So, on Oct. 8, they followed a
sukkah-decorating session with their
favorite food.

— Diana Lieberman, staffwriter

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10/31

2003

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Above: Three-year-old Ben Oseld of Beverly Hills takes a
decorating break.
Left: Sukkot is a family affair for Sammy Stern, 6, of
Huntington Woods and his two grandpas, Joel Leib and
Aaron Stern, both of West Bloomfield.
Below: Sydney Knolh 4, of HuntingtonWoods fastens a hang-
er to a winter squash.

AMMIlt
VISA j
AMIN.

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