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March 10, 2011 - Image 118

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2011-03-10

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Robert ft: Goodman, DDS,..1/S
S. Sindv Goodman, DDS, MS

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reschoolers and their parents
took part in a meaning-
ful program Feb. 4 at Adat
Shalom Synagogue in Farmington
Hills when they learned about bikkur
chomim, taking care of the sick, by
nursing stuffed teddy bears.
The children, ages 2 and 3, brought
in their stuffed animals and treated

them with real medical supplies, chick-
en soup, boo-boo bunnies and hugs.
They even made them get-well cards.
"Taking Care of Teddy" was spon-
sored by the Adat Shalom Early
Childhood Center and its Jewish
Family Education Department.

Jewish News staff report

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Rylee Kaplan, 3, checks her teddy's
heart.

Noah Freedland, 3, puts his boo-boo
bunny on his bear's foot.

home: 248-626-6868
pager: 248-317-0417

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Jason M. Golnick DDS, MS

Arnold L. Golnick DDS, MS

Ruby
Bagdade, 4,
finishes a
card for her
bear, who is
looking pretty
happy now.

Gail Molinari DDS, MS

Andreina Castro, DDS, MS

The Pediatricians

Dentistry

Golnick Pediatric Dental Associates treat the
dental needs of infants, children, adolescents.







Positive and friendly staff
Emergencies seen promptly
Most insurances accepted
Nitrous oxide and sedation available
Open daily

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Aiden
BenEzra, 3,
and his mom,
lonna, make
a boo-boo
bunny.

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