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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-02-07

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Baratt Scott
Shanaman, son of
Robin and Charles
Shanaman, read from
the Torah when he
became a bar mitzvah
Friday, Jan. 17, at
Temple Israel. He is
the brother of Reisa
and David and the grandchild of
Rhoda and Marshall Tobin, Maurice
Shanaman and the late Betty
Shanaman.
Baratt is a student at Warner Middle
School in Farmington Hills. His hob-
bies include photography, working
with computers, swimming, scuba div-
ing and basketball. During a Temple
Israel Shabbaton, he participated in
making a patch for a quilt, which was
sent to a school in Israel. He also
enjoyed serving dinner to the homeless
as well as being the official cotton
candy man at all of the Denby
Orphanage parties.

Nicholas Jackson
Shlain will celebrate
his bar mitzvah
Saturday, Feb. 8, at
Temple Israel. He is
the son of Bruce Shlain
and the late Gayle
Krinsky Shlain. His sis-
ter Francesca and
proud grandparents Hilda and Marvin
Shlain and Emily and Joseph Krinsky
will share in the simchah.
Attending West Hills Middle School
in Bloomfield Hills, Nicholas likes
sports and movies. He found volun-
teering at Yad Ezra in Berkley to be
especially meaningful as part of his
mitzvah projects.

Lauren Aleigha-
Shreve will be called
to read from the
Torah as a bat mitz-
vah Saturday, Feb. 8,
at Temple Israel. She
is the daughter of
Barbara Jacknow
Shreve and Mark
Shreve and sister of
Alan. Her excited grandparents are
Zenia and Dr. Irvin Lefton and
Dorothy and Ed Shreve. She is also
the grandchild of the late Dr. Albert
Jacknow.
Lauren is an honor student at
West Hills Middle School in
Bloomfield Hills. Her activities and
interests include taking care of dogs,
dancing, science and the computer.
As part of her mitzvah projects, she
enjoyed face painting at Temple
Israel's Labor Day picnic.

Benjamin Carl Siarto,
son of Polly Siarto, will
read from the Torah on
the occasion of his bar
mitzvah at Havdalah
services Saturday, Feb.
8, at Temple Israel. His
proud grandmother is
Ann Siarto.
Attending Walnut Creek Middle
School in Walled Lake, where he is an
honor student, Benjamin enjoys music
and performing arts. He also plays
football and baseball. He felt it was
meaningful to work at Temple Israel's
Labor Day picnic as part of his mitz-
vah projects.

Lindsay Brooke Silber,
daughter of Michelle
and Bradley Silber, will
be called to the Torah
as a bat mitzvah
Saturday, Feb. 8, at
Adat Shalom
Synagogue. Her proud
sister is Jessica. She is
honored to have her
grandparents Esther and Harvey
Olson and Shirley and Joel Silber and
her great-grandfather William
Greenberg share in her simchah.
Lindsay is a seventh-grade honor
student at Clifford Smart Middle
School in Commerce Township. She
loves dancing, playing the piano and
.caring for animals. Her other interests
include writing poetry, drawing, paint-
ing and spending time with family
and friends. Her mitzvah projects
included delivering lunches to the
homeless, volunteering at the Dorothy
and Peter Brown Adult Day Care
Center in West Bloomfield, making
dolls at the West Bloomfield Hadassah
House for sick children and donating
funds to the Cancer Foundation.

Brittany Nicole Weber
will read from the
Torah on the occasion
of her bat mitzvah
Friday, Feb. 7, at
Temple Israel. She is
the daughter of Marcy
Weber and the late
Sanford Weber. Her
brothers are Evan and
Bradley. Sharing in the simchah will
be her grandparents Shirley and Earl
Weingarden and Florence Weber.
Brittany attends Hillel Day School
of Metropolitan Detroit in
Farmington Hills. Her interests
include team sports and dancing. As
part of her mitzvah projects and in
memory of her father, she participated
in the annual ALS fund-raising event.

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