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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-12-06

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Rebecca Leigh Trivax, daughter of
Diana and Judge Bryan Levy and sis-
ter of Stefanie and David, will read
from the Torah on the occasion of
her bat mitzvah
Saturday, Dec. 7,
at Temple Israel.
She is the grand-
child of Ana and
Harry Trivax and
the late Betty
Levy. Sharing in
the simchah will
be her very proud
great-grandmother
Isabel Salazar. She is also the great-
grandchild of the late Manuel
Salazar.
Rebecca attends Hillel Day School
of Metropolitan Detroit in
Farmington Hills. One of her
favorite activities is dancing. She
worked with Farmington Hills-based
JARC as part of her mitzvah project.

Eric Jacob Wolf will celebrate his bar
Mitzvah on Friday, Dec. 6, at Temple
Israel. His parents
are Cindy and Dr.
Arnold Wolf and
his iister is
Amanda. Proud
grandparents are
Lorraine and Jack
Shiffman and Iris
Wolf. He is also
the grandson of
the late Aubrey
Wolf. His very excited great-grand-
mother is Estelle Kay.
An honor student at Abbott
Middle School in West Bloomfield,
Eric is interested in hockey, golf,
football, computers and video games.
He worked at Yad Ezra in Berkley as

Former West Bloomfield resident
Alexander Ivan Edelstein of Irvine,
Calif., was called
to the Torah as a
bar mitzvah on
Nov. 23 at
Congregation
Mission Viejo,
Calif. He is the
son of Jeffrey and
Marcia Edelstein
and sister of Carly
Marissa. His very
proud grandparents are Bruce and
Carolyn Prouse of El Cajon, Calif.,
and Sandra and Norman Ordower of
Windsor. His adoring great-grand-
mother is Renee Edelstein of
Orchard Lake. He is also the grand-
son of the late Ivan Edelstein.
Alex is an eight-grade honor stu-
dent at Las Flores Middle School,
where his favorite subject is geome-
try; he plays flute in the school
band. He enjoys music, going to the
beach, talking online with his
friends and, most of all, playing soc-
cer on his club soccer team, the
Irvine Strikers, where he is team cap-
tain. In preparation for becoming a
bar mitzvah, Alex completed the
synagogue's 13 mitzvot program.

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Zoe Leigh Gordon, daughter of
Anne Williams
and Steven
Gordon, celebrat-
ed her bat mitzvah
at Temple Kol Ami
in Beechwood,
Ohio, Oct. 19.
Proud grandpar-
ents are Clara and
Harvey Gordon of
Bloomfield Hills,
Joanne and Leo Spector of Chicago
and Mark and Nancy Williams of
Wisconsin.

Jeremy Rubin Herrmann, son of
Brenda Gordon
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and Mark
Herrmann, cele-
brated his bar
mitzvah at
Congregation
Bethaynu in
Pepper Pike, Ohio,
on Sept. 19. Proud
grandparents are
Clara and Harvey
Gordon of Bloomfield Hills and
Abby and John Herrmann of San
Francisco.

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part of his mitzvah projects.

Justin Noland Tout will become a bar
mitzvah at Temple Israel on Saturday,
Dec. 7. He is the son of Julie and
Timothy Tout and brother of Hannah
and Emma. His
proud grandparents
are Sharon and
Merrill Fishman
and Gail Band.
A student at
Walled Lake's
Clifford Smart
Middle School,
Justin enjoys skate
boarding and in-
-
line skating. As pat of his mitzvah
projects, he collected sleeping bags and
stuffed animals and then packaged and
distributed them through Sweet
Dreamzzz, an organization that bene-
fits at-risk children.

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Hopefully, time has mellowed the experience
and you can look back and laugh.

But misery loves company...so submit your

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to us and we'll use some of them in a sTN cover story!

Nothing mean-spirited, just unfortunate and comical mishaps that
tainted an otherwise perfect simchah whether it be a wedding,
bar/bat mitzvah, anniversary, birthday, dinner party or family gathering.

If you have any "you've got to see it to believe it" photos
documenting the blooper, send them along...unless, of course,
you want to protect the anonymity of the innocent.

Send your anecdotes (and photos) to:

Simcha Blooper - Jewish News
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Or e-mail to: Bloopersathejewishnews.com
Or fax to: 248-539-3075

Include your name, city of residence and daytime phone number. Deadline is Jan. 3.

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