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March 14, 2003 - Image 49

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-03-14

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Proud grandparents are Elaine Plotkin,
Alma and Dr. Laurence Spickler. He is
also the grandson of the late Morris
Plotkin.
Michael is a seventh-grader at
Bloomfield Hills Middle School. His
interests are competitive swimming, run-
ning and reading. His most meaningful
mitzvah projects were Pet-a-Pet and
adopting a grandparent at a nursing
home.

Out of State

Molly Rachael Stein daughter of Keith
and Barbara Stein, became a bat mitzvah
on Saturday, March 1, at Congregation
Rodeph Shalom in Manhattan. Her
brother Jonathan shared in the simchah.
Proud grandparents are Irene Stein-Garon

and papa Fred Garon
of West Bloomfield,
Marie and Max Benson
of Florida. Molly is also
the granddaughter of
the late Dick Stein.
Molly is a student at
Rodeph Shalom. She
enjoys skiing with her
family and friends,
playing piano and doing gymnastics and
going horseback riding. She will attend
Interlochen in northern Michigan this
summer, where she will concentrate on
drawing, dance and gymnastics. Molly's
mitzvah project is soliciting help for a fos-
ter home in Israel, Neve Michael, for chil-
dren who are endangered in their own
homes.

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Tracy earned a bachelor of science
degree in psychology from Wayne
State University. She is employed as a
systems analyst for Procter and
Gamble in Cincinnati.
Jamie earned a bachelor of science
degree in zoology at Michigan State
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Naperville, Ill., announce
the engagement of their daughter Haley
Berger to Scott Clark, son of Rosalynne
Clark of Manhattan and Cheryle and
Richard Clark of Somers, N.Y.
Ms. Berger earned a bachelor's degree
in sports management and communica-
tion at the University of Michigan. She
is an associate producer at ESPN.
Mr. Clark earned a bachelor's degree
in sociology at Cornell University. He is
a highlight supervisor at ESPN.
An August wedding is planned at
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