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February 28, 2003 - Image 43

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-02-28

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Mark Benjamin
Mehringer and
Lauren Rose
Mehringer will
become b'nai mitzvah
on Saturday, March
1, at Temple Shir
Shalom. They are the
children of Diane and
Michael Mehringer.
Proud grandparents
are Otto and Dolores
Mehringer and Nancy
Grossman. Thrilled
great-grandmother is
Min Fineberg. They
are also the grandchil-
dren of the late
Arnold and Nori
Mark and Lauren
are Walled Lake Middle School honor
students. Mark's favorite subjects are
language arts and orchestra; he is first-
chair string bass. Some of Mark's hob-
bies are snowboarding, playing video
games with friends, working on the
computer and participating in athletics.
He enjoys working with people and is a
peer mediator at school. His mitzvah
projects included volunteering at Yad
Ezra in Berkely.
Lauren's favorite subjects are art and
language arts. She sings with the Show
choir and plays cello in the orchestra.
Outside of school, Lauren enjoys danc-
ing, swimming, playing volleyball,
snowboarding, working on the comput-
er and spending time with friends. Her
mitzvah projects included volunteering
with the Cat Connection and at Yad
Ezra in Berkley.

Aaron Matthew
Rosenberg will be
called to the Torah as
a bar mitzvah on
Saturday, March 1, at
Temple Kol Ami.
Proud are parents,
Joel and Teri
Rosenberg, brother
Josh, grandparents
Harold and Shirley




the granddaughter of the late Jack and
Helen Hornfield.
Lindsey is as past treasurer at Norup
Middle School in Oak Park. She now
attends Warner Middle School in
Farmington Hills. She enjoys spending
summers at Tamarack Camps with
friends. In her free time, she likes art,
dance, singing and computers. She also
studies violin. For her mitzvah projects,
Lindsey volunteered at the American
House Apartments in Soutfhield and
raised money for cystic fibrosis.




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