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Nicholas David Frank will celebrate his
bar mitzvah on Friday, Sept. 20, at
Temple Israel. He is
the son of Marie and
John Frank and the
brother of Alexis and
Benjamin. His
proud grandparents
are Benjamin Frank
and Ethel Scrase.
Nicholas attends
Bloomfield Hills
Middle School.
Skateboarding, snowboarding, skim-
boarding and BMXing are sports he
enjoys. He also has been cartooning for
many years. His most meaningful mitz-
vah project involved packaging and
delivering meals on wheels to seniors.

Jessica Nicole Gilbert, daughter of
Ilene and Steve
Gilbert, will cele-
brate her bat mitz-
vah on Saturday,
Sept. 21, at Temple
Israel. She is the
sister of Sam. Her
grandparents are Jo
and Dr. Daniel
Gilbert, Marion
Littman the late
Samuel Litt. She is also the great-
granddaughter of the late Rose
Borman.
An eighth-grader at Walled Lake
Middle School, Jessica loves music,
tennis, art and ice skating. She made
dolls at Hadassah House in West
Bloomfield for children in hospitals,
involving friends in this endeavor.

Matthew Scott Goodman will be
called to the Torah
on the occasion of
his bar mitzvah
during Havdalah
services. at Temple
Israel on Saturday,
Septa 21. He is the
son of Leslie and
Andrea Laker
Goodman and
Sondra and Peter
Stuart and brother of Brandi, Josh,
Zack and Alex. Grandparents Mae
and Milton Goodman, Janet and Jerry
Liebow and Beverly and Iry Laker will
share in the simchah. His great-grand-
parents are Lillian and Art Fisher.
Matthew attends Abbott Middle
School in-West Bloomfield, where he
is active in theater and basketball. He
also enjoys snowboarding and golf.
His most meaningful mitzvah project
was volunteering at Yad Ezra in
Berkley.

Andrew Seth Lapin will be called to the
Torah as a bar mitzvah on Saturday,
Sept. 21, at Temple
Emanu-El. He is the
son of Glenn and
Natalie Lapin, older
brother of Michelle
and grandson of
Geraldine Finegold.
Andrew is also the
grandson of the late
Morris and Doris
Lapin and the late
Louis Finegold.
An eighth-grade honor student at
Norup Middle School in Oak Park,
where he plays trombone in the school
band and jazz band, Andrew is also a
member of the Kidz Klez Band of
Michigan, an avid reader and writer and
he enjoys computers, movies, playing the
piano and bicycling. He volunteered at
Temple Emanu-El's library, at Yad Ezra
in Berkley and at the Huntington
Woods Recreation Department's leader-
in-training program. Andrew also assist-
ed with students who are physically dis-
abled at Marshall Middle School in
Westland.

Barak Dean Lebovitz, son of Karolyn
and Arie Lebovitz,
will celebrate his bar
mitzvah on Friday,
Sept. 20, at Temple
Israel. He is the
brother of Anthony,
Jay, Andrew and
Scott.
Barak attends
Hillel Day School of
Metropolitan
Detroit in Farmington Hills. He enjoys
soccer and dance. His most meaningful
mitzvah project was sponsoring two
Israeli children, enabling them to attend
Tamarack Camps for three weeks, which
has led to an ongoing friendship. He also
participated in the planting of a time
capsule for Michigan House in
Ashkelon, Israel.

Ian Alexander
Monast, son of
Carol and Keith
Monast and brother
of Danielle, will
become a bar mitz-
vah at Temple Israel
on Saturday, Sept..
21. His grandparents
Frances and Charles
Tesserarid Sylvia and Sam Monast will
share in the simchah.
Ian is an honor student at Clifford
Smart Middle School in Walled Lake.
His interests are computers, soccer, ski-

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