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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-02-21

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sister of Alex. Proud
grandparents are
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and Marvin and Pat Smolinski of Troy.
Erin is an honor student at Boulan
Park Middle School in Troy. She is a
member of the Troy Honors Choir. Her
mitzvah projects included raising money

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Marci earned her bachelor of arts
degree in psychology from the
University of Michigan. She is an
account executive with Eric Mower and
Associates in Atlanta.
Ryan received his bachelor of arts
degree from the University of Michicr z-_, In.
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He is a commercial real estate broker
with Marcus and Millichap in Atlanta.
A July wedding is planned at the
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for Orchards Children's Services, volun-
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a kindergarten classroom.

Isaac Nicholas Tepper will be called to
the Torah as a bar mitzvah Saturday,
Feb. 22, at Temple Israel. His parents
are Lori and David Tepper. He is the
grandson of Grace and Sam Tepper and
the late Irene Muncie.
An honor student at Sarah Banks
Middle School in Walled Lake, Isaac
enjoys Boys Scouts, computer program-
ming, video games, golf, music, his
school band, skiing and in-line skating.
He sings in the temple junior choir.
Volunteering at the Denby Orphanage
in Detroit was his most meaningful
mitzvah project.

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