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Purim I In Style
Adat Shalom enjoys musical Megillah experience.
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Megillah reader Brian Dickstein, 16, of Farmington
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"Chef" Aaron Bergman and a cool Hazzan Dan Gross.
Talented vocalists on their way to American Idol: Hannah Magy of
Birmingham, Ali Randel of West Bloomfield, and Laya Silverman
and Izzy Randel, both of Farmington Hills
An "Oscar" for creativity is awaiting
"Pope" Eitan Shere, 10, of West Bloomfield,
here with his mom, Rabbi Rachel Shere.
Beth Shalom delights in its original Purim spiel.
Rachel Ellis and her son, Ari, 5, of Oak Park
at the Beth Shalom Purim Carnival.
Among the fiddlers entertaining the king during Beth
Shalom's Purim spiel: Lily Citron, 8, Benjamin Lerner,
8, and Aryeh Gamer, 5, all of Huntington Woods.
Adults performed the overture to Beth Shalom's children's
Purim spiel: Rob Grodin, Howard Fridson, Arnie Weiner and
Rabbi Robert Gamer, all of Huntington Woods
B'nai Moshe brings a magician into the mix.
Pearlena and Jason Bodzin of Southfield
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Jonah Mougoue helps the magician.
Laurel Rebenstock and her daughter Hannah
Shaarey Zedek's Purim party rocked.
Reading the Megillah: Howard Spinner with
Rabbis Joseph Krakoff and Aaron Starr.
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Norm K legman had a grand time.
Children enjoy the slotcar races.
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