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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-08-23

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Avoz and SD

Mazel Toy!

6536 TELEGRAPH ROAD

Southwest corner of Maple Road and Telegraph Roads

Engagements

(In the Bloomfield Plaza).

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 2002
7 - 9 p.m.

BACMAN-BITRAN

Now is the tin'te to support Israel. Come hear a
brief presentation, enjoy some wine and cheese
and browse a private showing of jewelry, ludaica
and clothing all made in Israel and America
by Israeli designers.

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and Dr. Enrique
Bacman of Argentina
are delighted to
announce the engage-
ment of their daughter Silvana
Debora to Rabbi Leonardo A. Bitran,
son of Cora Bitran of Chile and the
late Raul Bitran.
Silvana earned a bachelor's degree in
public relations from Universidad
Argentina de la Empressa and a post
degree from the -Universidad de
Belgrano.
Rabbi Bitran is a rabbi at
Congegation Shaarey Zedek.
An August wedding is planned at
Congregation Benei Tikva in Buenos
Aires.

10% of the sales will be donated
to the Jewish Federation of
Metropolitan Detroit's

Israel Emergency
Campaign

Please direct questions to Federation's
Women's Campaign and Education Department
(248) 642-4260.

There is no charge for this event.

Items available at all price points.

Additional support provided by
Dairy Fresh Goods Inc. and Linda Gershenson

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heryl Rubin and Jonathan
Necheles were rectly mar-
ried at Temple Israel:Rabbi
Harold Loss and Cantor
Lori Corrsin officiated. The bride is
the daughter of Lois Graff Rubin of
Southfield and George Rubin of
Naples, Fla. The groom is the son of
Fabian and Marlene Necheles of
Chicago.
Sheryl's sister, Lisa Kravitz, was the
matron of honor. Bridesmaids were
Jodi Anstandig, Amy Bauland,
Michelle Gilbert, Shireen Saski,
Miriam Souccar, Michelle Louisell
and Jenny Necheles. Kailey
Goodman, the bride's cousin, was the
junior bridesmaid.
Jonathan's long-time friend Greg
Winston was the best man.
Groomsmen were Brian Silverstein,
Jeff Lassig, Gabe Calderon, Michael
Goroff and Grant Kravitz.
Sheryl and Jonathan were honored
to have Bobbi Graff, the bride's grand-
mother, participate in the ceremony.
She was escorted down the aisle by

Sheryl's cousins Ethan and Noah
Goodman. Alisa Levine and Mitch
Weiss participated in the ketubah
signing.
The couple spent two weeks in Italy
after their wedding. They reside in
Los Angeles.

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