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February 07, 2003 - Image 50

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-02-07

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Jaclyn Elyse Birnkrant
will become a bat mitz-
vah at Temple Beth El
on Friday, Feb. 7. She is
the daughter of Carol
and Jon Birnkrant and
younger sister of
Michael. Jaclyn's proud
grandparents are Bernice
and Sherwin Birnkrant
and Sally and Harry Nosanchuk. Her
great-grandparents were the late Marian
Birnkrant Jacobs and the late Saul
Birnkrant, the late May Nosanchuk, the
late Max Nosanchuk, the late Lois
Ettinger, the late Fred Ettinger and the
late Ida and Samuel Levy.
An honor student at Cranbrook
Kingswood Middle School in
Bloomfield Hills, Jaclyn plays clarinet in
the advanced band, participates on the
tennis and soccer teams, in student gov-
ernment, and with Green Key and the
ski club. For her mitzvah project, she
volunteers weekly as a student aide at
Temple Beth El's religious school.

Emily Brooke Durnion
was called to the Torah
as a bat mitzvah on
Saturday, Feb. 1, at
Temple Emanu-El. She
is the daughter of Steve
and Audrey Durnion
and sister of Danielle.
Also joining in the cele-
bration were her grand-
parents Marvin and Ilene Delidow, Jean
Durnion and great-grandfather Herman
Delidow. She is also the granddaughter
of the late Stanley Durnion.
Emily is an honor student at Keller
Middle School in Royal Oak. She plays
soccer for the Birmingham Premier
Soccer League. Her mitzvah projects
included helping at Girl Scout meetings
for her sister's troop, collecting blankets
for an animal shelter and helping at the
Light the Night walk for the Leukemia
and Lymphoma Society.

Bradley Adam
Gladstone, son of
Karen and Robert
Gladstone, will be
called to the Torah as a
bar mitzvah Saturday,
Feb. 8, at Temple Israel.
His proud grandparents
are Winnie and William
Borkin. He is also the
grandchild of the late Roen Gladstone
Klein and the late Jack Gladstone.
When not attending Hillel Day
School of Metropolitan Detroit in

Farmington Hills, where he is a dou-
ble honor student, Brad enjoys foot-
ball, listening to music, playing with
animals, video games and squash.
Through a program at Hillel, he
worked with seniors at Fleischman
Residence in West Bloomfield as part
of his mitzvah projects.

Sarah Tziporah
Lerman-Sinkoff will
be called to the Torah
as a bat mitzvah on
Saturday, Feb. 8, at
Congregation Beth
Ahm. Sarah's parents,
Mark Sinkoff and
Ruth Lerman, broth-
ers Ari and Dov
Lerman-Sinkoff and grandmothers
Ethel Sinkoff and Lillian Lerman
will share in the joy of the day. Sarah
is also the granddaughter of the late
Saul Sinkoff and the late Samuel
Lerman.
Sarah, a sixth-grade honor student at
Hillel Day School of Metropolitan
Detroit in Farmington Hills, played on
the Hillel basketball team and current-
ly plays AAU basketball. She also ran
cross-country at Hillel and is an avid
skier. She loves reading, playing the
piano, flute, soccer and video games.
Sarah is an active member of Habonim
Dror and enjoys Israeli dancing. She
has volunteered for West Bloomfield
Relay for Life and at Fleischman
Residence in West Bloomfield.

Shoshannah Newman
will be called to the
Torah as a bat mitzvah
during Minchah-
Maariv and Havdalah
services at
Congregation Shaarey
Zedek Southfield
Saturday, Feb. 8.
Joining in her simchah
will be her ecstatic parents, Rob and
Judy Newman; brothers, Jacob and
Aaron; and little sister, Caitlin. Her
proud grandparents are Ann Newman
and Carol Levitsky. She is also the
granddaughter of the late Rudolph
Newman and the late Henry Levitsky.
Shoshannah is an honor student at
Orchard Lake Middle School in West
Bloomfield. She loves candle making,
in-line skating, swimming and spend-
ing time with friends. She also loves
going to Tamarack Camps.
Shoshannah worked at Yad Ezra in
Berkley, at Farmington Hills-based
JARC, at the Danto Family Health
Care Center in West Bloomfield and at
the Shaarey Zedek Beth Hayeled camp.

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