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December 26, 2003 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-12-26

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This Week

ve A Parade

Young Adult Division celebrates its Carnivale with
a close-up view of Detroits favorite street party.

STAFF PHOTOS BY ANGIE BAAN

ewish party-goers had an
insider's look this month at
Detroit's Thanksgiving Day
parade.
The fact that their event was Dec.
11, two weeks after the more public
doings downtown, was more than
offset by the comfort of seeing the

j

Parade Company's floats up close
and indoors — amid music, refresh-
ments.and friends.
The Federation Young Adult
Division's Carnivale party was held
at the Parade Company warehouse
on Detroit's East Side. II

— Alan Hitsky, associate editor

Above, top: Adele and Mason Haber of Ann Arbor and Jay and Rivkie Cohen of Oak
Park pose with a colorful float.
Above: Against a Wayne State float are Kathryn Mayer, Brad Urdan and Sam
Berman, all of West Bloomfield.
Left: Marci Klain of Farmington Hills and Joanne Kthin of Novi receive balloon rings
from a "tall" Bob Ammon.
Upper Left: Two colorful giant head costumes from the Thanksgiving Day parade.

12/26
2003

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