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October 18, 2002 - Image 64

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-10-18

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Kate Elizabeth Miller will be called to
the Torah as a bat mitzvah on Friday,
Oct. 18, at Temple Emanu-El. She is
the daughter of Jerry
and Laura Miller,
sister of Sarah,
granddaughter of
Ed and Jean Frincke
and the late Albert
and Sylvia Miller.
Kate is an honor
student at Berkshire
Middle School in
Birmingham. She is a member of the
school band and plays percussion. Kate's
after-school activities include Hebrew
school, gymnastics and being with fami-
ly and friends. She also enjoys spending
parts of each summer at gymnastics
camp. For her mitzvah project, Kate
worked with young children at Safety
Town in Beverly Hills and volunteered
to make American flag pins and sell
them to raise money for the Red Cross
Disaster Relief Fund for victims of 9-
11. She will also donate her center-
pieces: children's books to the Ronald
McDonald House and food baskets to
Yad Ezra in Berkley.

.

Sam Molnar will be called to the Torah
as a bar mitzvah on Saturday, Oct. 19,
at Temple Kol Ami. He is the son of
George and Shelly
Molnar and brother
of Rebecca. Sam's
grandparents are
Joanne Robbins,
Paul and Priscilla
Molnar. and the late
Yale Lapping.
Sam attends
Berkshire Middle
School in
Birmingham, where he is an honor stu-
dent. Sam's favorite hobbies are playing
golf and computers. He also enjoys
watching movies and sports. He spends
his summers at Tamarack Camps and is
an active Boy Scout. For his volunteer
work, Sam worked with autistic chil-
dren through the Friendship Circle. He
also volunteered at St. Leo's Soup
Kitchen in Detroit. He was a teacher's
assistant in the
Temple Kol Ami
religious school dur-
ing the past school
year.

Saturday, October 26
10 am-5 pm
Sunday, October 27
12 noon - 5 pm

• Ideal for Adults
& Kids: Dancing,
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& More!

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Community

Emily Hope Orley

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will be called to the
Torah as a bat mitz-

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