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April 16, 2004 - Image 70

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2004-04-16

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Families At Pla

Hadassah's Fun Fair promotes children's activities.



The Greater Detroit Chapter of Hadassah
sponsored its first community-wide Fun
Fair March 28 at the Costick Center in
Farmington Hills.
More than 400 people participated in
the family event, which focused commu-
nity organizations geared toward children

showcasing their programs" through fun
activities. Other activities included a DJ,
clowns, a magician and various games.
"For a first-time event, it was very suc-
cessful," said Elaine Sturman, Hadassah
president. "We hope to expand it next
year." ❑

— Keri Guten Cohen, story development editor

Clockwise from top right:
Benny Shaevsky 20 months, of West Bloomfield is wag of the rooster from
Upland Hills Farm.

Adam, 2, and David Reinke of Farmington Hills have fitn with a friendly car.

Cucumber the bunny gets a pat from Brooke Mosn, 2, of Wixom.

Evan, 7, and Michael Cohen, 8, of West Bloomfield race cars.
Tom the Magician of Harrison Township creates a balloon sculpture to the enjoy-
ment of Marissa Stone, 4, of West Bloomfield.



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