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248-546-2800 Gaby Gluzman, 9, of Commerce displays her balloon hat.
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ncluded in the fun at the May 2 Chabad Jewish Center of Commerce Lag b’Omer celebration was a soccer game, a barbecued lunch — and a visit by a funny magician named the “Balloon Baffoon.” “Great food, balloon show, moon bounce, sports and perfect weather were enjoyed by young and old alike at the Clara Miller Park in Wolverine Lake,” said the Center’s Estie Greenberg. “While the kids bounced in the moon
David Devaney, 15 months, and Ari Greenberg, 18 months, both of Commerce, help clean up after the picnic.
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bounce, the adults shmoozed and ate.” Added her husband, Rabbi Schneor Greenberg, “Lag b’Omer is a day of unity and joy, and we are glad to once again celebrate a happy occasion with the Commerce Township area Jewish community.” Guests enjoyed the event, leaving the park with balloons in shapes from giraffes and puppies to bow and arrows and colorful parrots. “The balloon guy was amazing and the food was delicious,” said Diana Freilich of White Lake. “It was great seeing everyone outside and having fun.” ■
Brandon Leynzon, 3, of Farmington Hills peeks through the opening of the moon walk.
May 13 • 2010