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March 27, 2014 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2014-03-27

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Purim In The D

A megillah reading at Congregation Beth Ahm in West Bloomfield drew mem-

Rabbi Steven Rubenstein of Beth Ahm with
bers from Conservative synagogues B'nai Moshe, Adat Shalom and B'nai Israel. teens at the megillah reading

I
The Golodners of Adat Shalom and Rosenbergs of B'nai
Israel enjoy the community focus of this year's Purim

At a community Purim carnival at B'nai
Moshe, Avery Ribiat paints a beard on
Seth Kahan, both from Beth Ahm.

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Sara Goodman and Talya Berger in their

Purim costumes

Jennifer Siporin of B'nai Moshe helps at the prize table.
(To see more photos, go to http://bit.lyild8hiVo .)

celebration at Beth Ahm.

Enjoying Purim Palooza, an adult Purim party March 15 at Temple Israel in West Bloomfield, are Jeff and

Kyley Lazor, Ryan and Rabbi Jen Kaluzny, Lauren Sterling, Heather Moss and Lauren Cohn.

Randa Feldman, Paula Weberman and Sari Roland

Emma Fellows and Logan Ben-Ezra as the Purim

story's queen and king

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Temple Israel Rabbis Marla Hornsten, Arianna Gordon
and Jennifer Kaluzny

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