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the late Jack Lafer.
Jackson attends Abbott Middle
School in West Bloomfield. His
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collecting, music and football. As
part of his mitzvah project, he partic-
ipated in Paint the Town, a program
that refurbishes homes in Pontiac.
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Small, son of
Howard Small and
Zachary, will be
called to the Torah
on the occasion of
his bar mitzvah at
Saturday, Nov. 9.
He is the grandsbn of the late Rose
and Morris Giman and the late
Gertrude and Jack Small.
Nicholas is an honor student at
Abbott Middle School in West
Bloomfield. His after-school activi-
ties include skating, snow- and
wakeboarding, riding roller coasters,
making Web sites and performing
magic. He combined his talents in
magic with his mitzvah project and
entertained at the Children's Cancer
Center at the U-M Hospital in Ann
Noah Elan Stauss, son of Carrie
Stauss and Meir
Stauss, will cele-
brate his bar mitz-
vah on Saturday,
Nov. 8, at
Southfield at a
Jeremy Stauss and his grandparents
Beverly and David Frank will share
in the simchah.
Noah attends Warner Middle
School in Farmington Hills. He
enjoys hip-hop dancing, being with
friends, Red Wings hockey, spend-
ing summers at Camp Walden in
Cheboygan and traveling. His
favorites mitzvah project was serving
food at the Greater Grace Hope
Soup Kitchen in Pontiac.
Justin Maxwell Sucher will be called
to the Torah as a bar mitzvah on
Saturday Nov. 9, at Congregation
Southfield. He is
the son of Sherrie
and Mark Sucher
and brother of
Jo Ann Shatanoff
and Sharon and
He is also the grandson of the late
Bruce Shatanoff and the great-
grandson of the late Rose Sucher.
Justin is an honor student at
Warner Middle School in
Farmington Hills, where he plays
bass clarinet in the school band. He
also plays travel baseball, travel soc-
cer and basketball. His most mean-
ingful mitzvah projects were at the
Danto Family Health Care Center
in West Bloomfield and helping at
Shaarey Zedek's Camp Betman.
Out Of State
David Michael Adler was called to
the Torah as a bar mitzvah on
Saturday, Nov. 2, at Temple Beth El
in Fort Meyers, Fla., He is the son
of Marlene and
Dr. John Adler
and brother of
of Southfield and
Lee and Dr.
Beverly Hills. He
is also the grand-
son of the late Marshall Reichstein.
An honor student at the
Canterbury School in Fort Meyers,
David plays golf on the Junior PGA
and with Canterbury's golf team. He
also plays on the Junior Everblades
ice hockey travel team. In honor of
his recently deceased great-uncle,
Irven Leider, David made a contri-
bution to the Leider Kiddush Fund
at Congregation Beth Shalom,
which allows those who normally
could not afford to make a kiddush
to do so.