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November 15, 2002 - Image 49

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-11-15

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ow is the tune

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to start thinking

about portraits for

the holidays.

Magda Novice and
Arthur and Libby
Udaskin, all of
Toronto, Ontario,
Canada.
Karlee is a stu-
dent at Bloomfield
Hills Middle
School, where she
participates on the
forensics team as well as in student
leadership. She plays tennis, travel
soccer with the Bloomfield Force and
particularly loves water-skiing and
barefooting. Karlee's most meaningful
mitzvah project was collecting and
distributing kosher food at Yad Ezra
in Berkley.

Joshua David Phillips, son of
Deborah and Alan
Phillips and broth-
er of Daniel, will
celebrate his bar
mitzvah Saturday,
Nov. 16, at Temple
Israel. Proud
grandparents are
Jacqueline and
Manuel Ferrell and
Esther and Stanley
Phillips.
Joshua is a seventh-grade honor stu-
dent at Walnut Creek Middle School
in Walled Lake. His after-school activ-
ities include warhammer video games
and basketball. He loves learning and
speaking French. Building a sukkah at
a JARC home was his most meaning-
ful mitzvah project.

Samuel Ethan Plotkin will be called
to the Torah as a bar mitzvah on
Saturday, Nov. 16,
at Temple Emanu-
El. He is the son of
Mary and Lowell
Plotkin and broth-
er of Hannah.
Sharing in the joy
are his grandpar-
ents Elaine Plotkin
and Lawrence and
Violet Libby. His
also the grandson of the late and
beloved Bernard Plotkin.
Sam is an eighth-grade honor stu-
dent at Norup Middle School in Oak
Park, where he plays trumpet in both
the school and jazz bands and is on
the basketball team. He enjoys snow-
boarding, golf and soccer. His other
interests include music, movies and
summers at Tamarack Camps. For his
mitzvah project, Sam volunteered for
the past two summers as a camp aide
in the Huntington Woods day camp
program.

Jo

Rabbi
David Lazar

Weal /cates

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STUdIO

Metropolitan Detroit
Conservative Movement
Visiting Scholar-In-Residence
Program

November 15 through
November 17, 2002

Friday

November 15 6:00 pm

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Kiddush with Questions and Answers

Shabbat November 16 4:45 pm

Congregation B'nai Moshe
Mincha and Study

Sunday

Congregation B'nai Moshe

November 17 8:30 am

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Services and Study
"Mahsiah and Israeli Politics"

*Denotes there is a charge for the meal

Made possible in part by support from:
Metro Detroit Conservative Congregations,
Agency for Jewish Education,
Detroit Friends of the Jewish Theological Seminary,
The Rabbinic Assembly

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