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Warm And Cozy
Temple Israel families snuggle up for PJ party and Havdalah.
n a cold winter evening, young
families gathered at Temple
Israel in West Bloomfield for the
ultimate pajama party. The evening began
as families created their own spice box for
Havdalah, followed by a delicious pancake
dinner with all of the fixings — strawber-
ries, blueberries, bananas, chocolate chips
and whipped cream. Following dinner,
families gathered to enjoy a beautiful
Havdalah service and Jewish bedtime
songs led by the Temple Israel clergy. ri
Luke and Lisa Fenberg of Commerce Township make a
The Vinter family of West Bloomfield works on their spice box.
Maya Zeskind Zendel and Amy Zeskind
Beth, Dave and Liam Fienman of Farmington Hills
Laura, Reid and Brian Markle of Royal Oak
of West Bloomfield
Tu Enhevat Fun
dat Shalom Synagogue kin-
dergarten students created
their own Tu b'Shevat forest
with paints, seeds, finger painting and
stickers on Sunday, Feb. 5. The children
Adat Shalom kindergarteners learn through art to care for the Earth.
learned about how important it is in
Judaism to take care of trees and the Earth.
Kindergarten teachers are Feiga Bowick
and Shelly Tarockoff.
Sarah Rose Shea of Huntington Woods
assists Evan Lovy of West Bloomfield.
Morgan Kaplan of West Bloomfield
February 23 • 2012
Adin Schram of West Bloomfield
Hannah Berger of West Bloomfield
Ella Lewis of Bloomfield Hills