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October 04, 2002 - Image 52

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-10-04

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C ommu n ity

Adoptions from Russia,
Kazakhstan, China
and Latin America

Mazel Toy!

Alliance for Adoption

invites you to a presentation by

Shelley Sanders

Adoption Director
JFCS Philadelphia

Bar/Bat Mitzvah

Diane St. Peter

Adoption Director
Alliance For Adoption, Southfield

and the computer. One of his most
meaningful mitzvah projects was distrib-
uting stuffed animals to children in shel-
ters.

Sunday, October 6, 2002

2:30 to 4:30 p.m.

Josh Zimberg of Royal Oak will be
called to the Torah as a bar mitzvah on
Saturday, Oct. 5, at Congregation Beth
Shalom. He is the son of Madeline and
Marvin Zimberg and grandson of
Shirley and Donald Zimberg and the
late Helen and Theodore Levine.
Josh is an honor student at Hillel Day

Providence Park Conference Center

47601 Grand River, Novi

For Reservations Call
248-559-0117

QA about domestic and international adoption. No charge.
Reservations required.

Engagements

Alliance for Adoption is a division of Jewish Family Service,
building healthy families for 75 years.

s

KAn-ROSIN

Love your Kids

MARC J. COHEN

PHOTOGRAPHING PEOPLE ENJOYING LIFE

1 -

248-543-3637

656650

We've been
waiting for you.

To welcome new babies to our
community, we'd like to offer a
special gift for them, sent with the
blessings of the Jewish community,
through the Jewish Federation's
Women's Campaign and Education
Department. If you have a new baby
in your family or among your friends,
let us know. Simply fill out the form
below and mail it to:
Shalom Baby
Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Detroit
P.O. Box 2030,
Bloomfield Hills, MI 48301

Federation's

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5N:0o

BABY AND TODDLER CPR, October 16 • 7 p:m.

Call Melissa at (248) 203-1523

Parent(s) name(s)

Address

Phone

Submitted by

E-mail



Relationship to Baby

Baby's Name

Birthdate

10/4

This is Federation

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Visit us online: www.thisisfederation.org

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andy and Dr. Glenn Rosin of
Bloomfield Hills are delighted
to announce the upcoming
marriage of their daughter .
Wendy Lynn to Adam David Kaye,
son of Avril and Michael Kaye, origi-
nally of Durban, South Africa, of Rye
Brook, N.Y.
Wendy received her bachelor of sci-
ence degree in marketing from the
University of Colorado and her master
of business administration from Wayne
State University She is employed as a
human resources manager for the U.S.
headquarters of the Swatch Group.
Adam earned his bachelor of arts
degree in history from the University
of Rochester and his degree in culinary
arts from the French Culinary Institute
in Manhattan. He is employed as the
sous chef at Blue Hill, a restaurant in
New York City

.

BURMAN-SHANKER

stela and Matthew Burman of
Southfield joyfully announce
the engagement of their
daughter Naomi Yael to Dr.
Jonathan Arthur Shanker, son of Dr.
Gary Shanker of St. Louis, Mo., and the
late Ann Shanker.
Naomi is a graduate of Barnard
College and is the business development
coordinator at Wenner Media in New
York City. Jonathan received his bache-
lor of arts degree from Boston
University and his doctor of dental sci-
ence degree from the University of
Missouri, Kansas City. He is completing
a residency in orthodontia at the
University of Medicine and Dentistry of
New Jersey.
An October wedding is planned at
Congregation Shaarey Zedek. The cou-
ple plan to reside in St. Louis.

10

School of
Metropolitan
Detroit in
Farmington Hills,
where his favorite
subject is math. His
interests also include
art, science, sports,
computers and play-
ing board games. He loves to spend time
with family and friends. This past year,
Josh visited with seniors at Menorah
House in Southfield and the Jewish
Federation Apartments and he partici-
pated in a project at JARC homes.

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