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Mishpacha Junior Speaks to Uncle Doovy

C.S. Teitelbaum

Uncle Doovy’s van is not the regular, musical ice cream van that chugs down the road on a hot summer’s day. His is actually the only soft ice cream van in the kosher world! That’s a one up for us Londoners! The van plays heimishe traditional tunes that bring little girls and boys scurrying towards it, their ponytails and peyos whipping in the summer breeze.


Jolly Solly: Shimmy Comes to Sunny Lane

R. Atkins

Moishy jumped up and down in excitement. He couldn’t wait! His cousin Shimmy from Yerushalayim was coming to stay for a week. Moishy and Shimmy had become very good friends when the Morrises had gone to Eretz Yisrael for Bracha’s wedding. Although Shimmy, with his freckled face and kappel always slipping down one side, was older than Moishy, they had gotten on famously. And now he was actually coming to stay!


Interview: Camp Waitress

Meira Feinman

At breakfast, lunch, and dinner, waitresses make sure hungry campers and staff members receive the yummy food the kitchen cooked up for them. To find out what the job is really like, Mishpacha Junior spoke to Sara L. and Rikki P., head waitresses at Camp Shira in Monticello, NY.

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