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October 11, 2002 - Image 64

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-10-11

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also the grandson of the late Sy Jacobs.
Brandon - is an honor student at
Warner Middle School in Farmington
Hills. His hobbies and interests
include football, baseball, ping-pong,
video games and the computer. His
most meaningful mitzvah project was
helping the homeless at the temple.

Natalie Sarah Jacobs will celebrate her
bat mitzvah at Havdalah services on
Saturday, Oct. 12,
at Temple Israel.
Her parents are
Lori B. and Paul
Jacobs. Her proud
grandparents are
Joan and Ben Stein
and Catherine
Brown. She is also
the granddaughter
of the late Sidney R. Jacobs ad the late
William Brown.
An honor student at Warner Middle
School in Farmington Hills, Natalie
likes the music of N'sync, working on
the computer, reading, swimming,
travel and the theater. Her most signif-
icant mitzvah project was organizing a
Chanukah party at a JARC house.

Rachel Lynn Kay, daughter of Drs.
Deborah and Randy Kay, will become
a bat mitzvah on
Friday, Oct. 11, at
Temple Israel. She
is the sister of
Joshua. Her proud
grandparents are
Loretta and
Raymond
Owczarzak, Beverly
and Gil Rubin and
Judy Kay. Excited
great-grandmothers are Stella Blyzwick
and Bessie Kay.
An honor student at Walnut Creek
Middle School in Walled Lake, Rachel
placed first in a two-mile track event.
She enjoys sports, movies and travel
soccer. Her most significant mitzvah
project was preparing food packages
for the homeless and needy.

Zachary Scott Kwiatek of West
Bloomfield will become a bar mitzvah
at Temple Kol Ami on Friday, Oct. 11.
He is the son of Amy Kwiatek and
Ronald Kwiatek. Proud grandparents
are Norman and Barbara Gross of
Huntington Woods and Bill and Doris
Cohen of Omaha, Neb. He is also the
grandson of the late Sidney Kwiatek.
'Zachary is a seventh-grade honor

Mazel Toy!

student at
Birmingham
Covington School.
He enjoys taking
classes at Second
City Improvisation
and University of
Michigan computer
camps, reading and
playing video
games. His most meaningful mitzvah
projects were volunteering at a rally to
support anti-terrorism in Israel and
delivering food with his grandfather
for Yad Ezra in Berkley. Zachary plans
to donate to the Muscular Dystrophy
Association in honor of his friend.

Jordan Blake Rosenbaum celebrated
his bar mitzvah on Friday, Oct. 4, at
Temple Kol Ami.
He is the son of
Elizabeth and
Jeffrey Rosenbaum
and brother of
Hallie and Jodie:
His proud grand-
mother is Pearl
Gorman. He is also
the grandson of the
late Faye
Rosenbaum and the great-grandson of
the late Herman Boraks.
Jordan is an eighth-grade honor stu-
dent at Walled Lake Middle school.
He enjoys traveling, playing soccer,
hockey and basketball and spending
summers at Tamarack Camps. His
most meaningful mitzvah project was
volunteering at Children's Hospital of
Michigan in Detroit during the holi-
day season.

Ashley Alana Sattler, daughter of
Diane and Ronald Sattler, will be
called to the Torah
as a bar mitzvah on
Saturday, Oct. 12,
at Congregation
Shaarey Zedek
Southfield. She is
the sister of Joshua
and Courtney,
granddaughter of
Mike and Barbara
Keller and Kathy
and the late Carl Sattler. She is also
the great-granddaughter of the late
Irene McCartney.
Ashley attends Orchard Lake
Middle School in West Bloomfield.
She spends her summers at Camp
Walden in Cheboygan, where she likes
to tube and water ski on Long Lake.
Her most meaningful mitzvah project
was working with the special-needs
class at her middle school.

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