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November 29, 2002 - Image 50

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-11-29

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Bar/Bat Mitzvah

Kristen and the
grandchild of
Madelene Parrish
and Dorothy
Lynn-Hirschbein.
She is also the
granddaughter of
the late Della and
Robert Hirschbein
and the late
George Parrish.
Attending West Bloomfield's
Abbott Middle School, Stephanie
plays soccer and basketball and
enjoys music. Her favorite mitzvah
project was raising funds for the
U.S. Youth Soccer Association.

Justin Benjamin Rolnitzky will be
called to the Torah as a bar mitzvah
on Saturday, Nov..30, at
Congregation
B'nai Moshe. He
is the son of
Marsha and Paul
Margolis and
Hope and Jack
Rolnitzky. He is
the brother of
Philip and Ryan
Rolnitzky and
Samantha Margolis. Justin's proud
grandparents are Irene Lusky and
Mary Rolnitzky. He is also the
grandson of the late Benjamin Lusky
and the late Pinchus Rolnitzky. He is
the stepgrandson of Sharon Margolis
and of Donald Ledger.
Justin is an eighth-grade honor
student at Walled Lake Middle
School. His interests include playing
on the North Farmington West
Bloomfield travel baseball . team, bas-
ketball, tennis, street hockey, art and
computers. Among his mitzvah proj-
ects, Justin volunteered at Yad Ezra
in Berkley, with the Myasthenia
Gravis Association and at
Farmington Hills-based JARC. He
made donations to the American
Red Magan David of Israel Bear-
Blanket Program and to
Congregation B'nai Moshe.

Michael Adam Samsky will be called
to the Torah as a bar mitzvah on
Saturday, Nov. 30, at Temple Beth
El. He is the son of Phyllis and
Norman Samsky and brother of
Rachel, He is the grandson of Ann
Samsky, the late Morris Samsky, the
late Bertha and Nathan Novograd.
Michael is an eighth-grader at
Berkshire Middle School in

Birmingham. He
is an active mem-
ber of the Civil
Air Patrol
Squadron. He
loves to sing and
perform, enjoys
soccer and base-
ball. For his mitz-
vah project,
Michael volunteered at the Civil Air
Patrol group, doing civic duties; and
he worked at a food bank. His
proudest moment was when he sang
a solo piece at Yom Kippur services
at the temple.

Jamie Alexis Solomon will become a
bat mitzvah at Temple K,o1Ami on
Saturday, Nov. 30.
She is the daugh-
ter of Andrea and
Tom Solomon and
sister of Michelle
and Rachel. Proud
grandparents are
Ann and Art
Solomon and
Frances Rott. She
is also the grand-
daughter of the late Martin "Chuck"
Rott. Great-grandma Mary
Solomon, 100, is also extremely
proud of Jamie.
Jamie is an eighth-grade honor
student at Abbott Middle School in
West Bloomfield. She loves playing
paintball, singing, being with friends
and going to Tamarack Camps. Her
mitzvah projects include volunteer-
ing at the Fame Games at the Jewish
Community Center, participating in
It's a Mitzvah Day, volunteering at
the Make a Difference Day for the
Children's Center of Detroit and
purchasing chickens, ducks, honey-
bees, sheep and goats for the Heifer
Organization, which helps end
hunger and poverty in a practical
way.

Seth Adam Wald, son of Lisa and
Richard Wald, will celebrate his bar
mitzvah during Havadalah services
Saturday, Nov. 30,
at Temple Israel.
Sharing the sim-
chah will be his
sisters, Stephanie
and Nikki, and
grandparents
Sandra and
Eugene Nabat and
Irma and Jerry
Wald.
Attending Dunckel Middle School
in Farmington Hills, Seth likes base-

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