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November 15, 2002 - Image 48

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-11-15

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share in this simchah. Melissa is the
granddaughter of Debbie and Jules
Altman and Vivian
and David
Gildenberg. Her
great-grandmother
Leah Levine of
Windsor will also
celebrate with her.
Melissa is an
honor student at
Hillel Day School
of Metropolitan
Detroit in Farmington Hills. She enjoys
volleyball, horseback riding, wake-
boarding, reading and summers at
Camp Tamakwa in Canada. As part of
her mitzvah project, she worked at
Shaarey Zedek's Camp Betman and
volunteered at the Yad Ezra food bank
in Berkley. She also participated in
Hillel's Dor L'Dor program, where she
visited with seniors at the Fleischman
Residence in West Bloomfield.

Carly Helene Gordon will be called to
the Torah as a bat mitzvah on Friday,
Nov. 15, at Temple Shir Shalom. She is
the daughter of
Susan and Merrill
Gordon, sister of
Lindsay and Jacob
and granddaughter
of Zena Gordon.
She is also the
granddaughter of
the late Bert
Gordon and the
late Carole and
Henry Frank.
Carly is an honor student at
Berkshire Middle School in
Birmingham, where she is involved in
student government. She also enjoys
playing softball, tennis, biking and
going to Tamarack Camps in the sum-
mer. One of her most meaningful
mitzvah projects was riding in the Tour
de Cure, to raise money for diabetes.

Ian Lloyd Gross will read from the
Torah on the occasion of his bar mitz-
vah Saturday, Nov. 16, at Temple
Israel. His parents are Caryn and Dr.
Steven Gross. He is the brother of
Stacey and Jeffrey. Sharing in the sim-
chah will be his
proud grandparents
Pearl Gross and
Pearl Blazofsky
Morgan. He is also
the grandchild of
the late Paul Gross
and the late Lloyd
I. Blazofsky.

An honor student at Orchard Lake
Middle School in West Bloomfield, Ian
enjoys all sports, especially in-line
hockey, football and skiing. His other
interests include computers and
Tamarack Camps during the summer.
Working at Yad Ezra in Berkley was
particularly important to him as part
of his mitzvah projects.

Alexa Michele Kahn will celebrate her
bat mitzvah at Temple Israel Friday,
Nov. 15. She is the daughter of Susan
and Dr. Murray
Kahn and the sister
of David and
Stephen. Her proud
grandparents are
Doris and Leo
Friedman and
Lenore and Julius
Katz. She is also the
grandchild of the
late Albert Burstein
and the late Eugene Kahn.
After-school activities for Alexa
include dancing, softball and camp.
She attends Warner Middle School in
Farmington Hills, where she is an
honor student. Her most significant
mitzvah project involved raising funds
for ALS of Michigan in the Walk to
D'Feet ALS.

Jordan David Lutren, son of Tammy
and Robert Lutren, will read from the
Torah on the occasion of his bar mitz-
vah Saturday, Nov. 16, at Temple
Israel. He is the
brother of Brittany
and the grandson of
Jean Lutren. He is
also the grandson of
the late Shirley and
Hyman - Cash and
the late David
Lutren.
Jordan is an
honor student at Walled Lake Middle
School, where he plays trombone in
the jazz band. His many interests
include basketball and skiing, art,
astronomy, video games, chess and
writing. As part of his mitzvah project,
Jordan participated in the Kever Avot
program at Temple Israel, taking sen-
iors to visit loved ones' graves during
the High Holidays.

Karlee Devin Novice of Bloomfield
Hills will be called to the Torah as a
bat mitzvah on Saturday, Nov. 16, at
Temple Beth El. Sharing in this spe-
cial occasion will be her parents Jo-
Anne and Fred Novice as well as sis-
ters Taylor and Madison. Karlee is the
loving granddaughter of Samuel and

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