A ADIaguer Visits
Shaarey Zedek hosts holiday event
for young families featuring Kermit.
ore than 40 preschool-
age families gathered
on Tuesday, April 8, at
the Huntington Woods Library
to celebrate and learn about
Passover. Children heard a Passover
story and sang songs with Rabbi
Aaron Starr from Congregation
Shaarey Zedek in Southfield.
Kermit the Frog entertained the
children with games and activi-
ties. Children made their own kar-
pas bowls and ate frog snacks made
of apples and grapes.
Shaarey Zedek is pleased to offer
programs for families with young
children. For more information,
contact Tobye Bello, program direc-
tor, at (248) 357-5544 or tbello@
"I've liked photography since I was
a kid. After moving to Fox Run,
I began taking pictures around
campus, and now we've started a
Fox Run photography club."
Ayal Starr of Southfield hangs with
Kermit during the program.
—Fox Run resident Dr. Leonard Stein
Living at Fox Run in Novi, Dr. Leonard Stein has time to
Participants create frog karpas holders.
work full-time as an optometrist and develop his eye for
photography. Since dining, maintenance and 24-hour security
are all handled by our expert full-time staff, Fox Run residents
have more energy and opportunity to pursue their passions.
Fox Run is a great place for seniors who enjoy an active lifestyle.
Learn more about independent
retirement living at Fox Run in Novi.
Call 1-800-989-0293 today for
your free brochure.
Add more Living to your Life'
Families enjoy playing with Kermit.
April 17 • 2014