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Hannah Senesh

Hannah Senesh Dies

November 7, 1944 Hannah Senesh (Szenes) the poet and Haganah fighter who parachuted into Nazi-occupied Europe to rescue Jews was executed by a Hungarian firing squad in a Budapest prison courtyard. Senesh, who had been born in Hungary in 1921 into an assimilated Jewish family, was drawn to Zionism by the climate of anti-Semitism that…

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Tom Fox

A Living Museum

Brett Mountain Photographer Local artist Tom Fox has created a wonderland of creativity in his West Bloomfield home. Judi and Tom Fox have filled their West Bloomfield home with more than 400 multi-media artworks completed by one artist — Tom Fox. In a home studio outfitted with specialized equipment acquired over many years, Fox has…

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Teammates Steve Achtman (left), Brandon Achtman, Shawn Achtman and Jonathan Fellows and Brandon Achtman’s daughter Ellianna Achtman. Photos by Chuck Freedman

Softball League Is A Family Affair

Photos by Chuck Freedman The Inter-Congregational Men’s Club Summer Softball League is as much about family as it is competition and camaraderie. Take Mitch Kline and his son Evan Kline, for instance. They play for Temple Shir Shalom No. 2. Mitch Kline is the team’s manager. Father and son have been on the team since…

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