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April 22, 2010 - Image 58

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2010-04-22

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Family Focus

Spanning The
Generations

Scouts help mark Holocaust
commemoration in Lansing.

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Ceremony held at the State Capitol in
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The Scouts from Troops 364 and 33
served as honor guard and escorts to
the survivors attending this meaning-
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start of the ceremony at the Capitol Rotunda. Front to back: Ethan

Perlman, Troop 33; Max Feber, Daniel Chandross, Elan Pszenica and

Max Cooper, all from Troop 364.

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