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March 03, 1995 - Image 110

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-03-03

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Weddings

Exquisite,
Artistic.,
orisiiiA
custom
Ketuvot
b%i Orhi
LAuffer

FENBY
STEIN

SIMONE VITALE

Entertainment
• Agency •

QUIET STORM

HOT ICE

JERRY FENBY
HOT ICE
SECRETS
THE CONTOURS
SIMONE VITALE
QUIET STORM
PERSUASION
SUN MESSENGERS JERRY FENBY GROUP
SUNSET
BOULEVARD
KEEPSAKE
TIM HEWITT
LOVING CUP
CHEERS
RENNIE KAUFFMAN
FENBY-CARR
ERIC HARRIS-DJ

It doesn't have to cost an arm & leg
to move your hands and feet!

%vinfiEnerify

Diskyockeys and Kgraoke

Metro Detroit's Hottest Band!

the most exciting
muskar entertainment

"THE ABSOLUTE BEST BREATH OF FRESH AIR I HAVE SEEN IN THIS AREA IN TEN YEARS. THIS
BAND IS FAST BECOMING THE #1 CHOICE FOR A HIGH ENERGY PARTY... ABSOLUTELY MY
FAVORITE BAND TO WORK WITH!!"

"HIGH ENERGY PARTY!"

MARCH 3, 1995

313/760—S455

CONTINUOUS MUSIC AVAILABLE CALL (810) 553-9966

PERSUASION

86

Maza-Weiss

Valarie Rubenstein
* always A party *

"PERSUASION WAS WONDERFUL, FABULOUS, AND FANTASTIC TO WORK WITH...
MY CROWD STAYED AT JAMIE'S BAS MITZVAH TILL 12:30 A.M. ON A SUNDAY NIGHT, WHEN
THE PARTY BEGAN AT 6:30!!! THE BAND SET THE UPLIFTING MOOD FROM THE MOMENT THE
PARTY BEGAN... THE MOMENTUM OF HIGH ENERGY CONTINUED ALL NIGHT LONG, AND
EVEN THE SEVENTY-FIVE-YEAR-OLD GUESTS WERE DANCING ALL NIGHT."

"THEY ARE THE BEST KEPT SECRET IN TOWN"

MS. MARY KRASMAN
EXCLUSIVELY AVAILABLE THRU FENBY-STEIN ENTERTAINMENT

810-553-9966

Rick Benton
Andy Rochen

(810)
626-6817

Barry's
Let's Rent It

PARTIES EXCLUSIVELY

• Tents • Tables • Chairs
• China
• Paper Goods

4393 ORCHARD LIVE RD., N. OF LONE PINE IN
CROSSWINDS

855-0480

Jodi Lynn Maza and Ronald Scott
Weiss were recently married at
Temple IsraeL Rabbi Harold Loss,
Cantor Harold Orbach, and Rab-
bi Sherwin Wine officiated.
Jodi is the daughter of Dr. Mor-
ton and Joyce Maza of Bloomfield
Hills, and Ron is the son of Ger-
ald and Joyce Weiss of West
Bloomfield.
Patti Lipp, of New York City,
N.Y., was the maid of honor. The
bridesmaids were Wendy Weiss,
sister of the groom; Dana Abra-
hams, Lisa Brown, Cherie Mor-
ganroth-Lewis, Marcie Lichtiger,
Heather Maza, and Stephanie
Snider. The junior bridesmaid
was Maria Feldman, and the

flower girls were Natalie Feldman
and Shelby Snider.
John Seo, currently residing in
Seoul, S. Korea, was the best
man. The groomsmen were Jeff
Maza, brother of the bride; Rob
Iwrey, Craig Menuck, Mark
Menuck, Steve Miller, Ben Wein-
berger, and Steve Weiss.
Also participating in the cere-
mony were the grandmother of
the bride, Gertrude Maza, and the
grandmothers of the groom, Sara
Morris and Esther Weiss.
Following a honeymoon in St.
Lucia, the couple will reside in the
home they are building in Walled
Lake.

CONGRATULATIONS!

THE JEWISH NEWS is delighted to
publish news of your engagement or wed-
ding. All copy must be typed and double-
spaced.
Please call our News
department,
354-6060, to ob-
tain written guide-
lines to help you
place your an-
nouncement in
THE JEWISH
NEWS.

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