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April 04, 2003 - Image 47

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-04-04

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As the airline of Israel, we want you

to know that we will be flying today.

July 2
Jenny and Mark Bordelove of West
Bloomfield welcome with much love
and excitement the birth of their
daughter, Carli Jordyn (Elisheva
Tova). Proud big brother is Blake
Ryan, 3. Sharing in their happiness
are grandparents Eileen and Bob
Milstein and Manny Bordelove.
Carli is named in loving memory of
her paternal great-grandmother
Bessie Bordelove and her maternal
great-great-grandmother Gussie
Davis.

And tomorrow.

And the next day.

As all of the days that

we've always flown.

And will always fly.

Bar/Bat Mitzvah

Shelby Blair
Ambrose, daughter
of Alisa and Jeffrey
Ambrose, will cele-
brate her bat mitz-
vah Friday, April 4,
at Temple Israel. Her
brother is Michael
and her sisters are
Cortney and Deni. Sharing in the
simchah will be grandparents Lois
and Paul Katzman and Ruth and
Sam Ambrose.
Shelby attends Orchard Lake
Middle School in West Bloomfield,
where she is an honor student.
Dancing, tennis, piano, and water-
and snow-skiing are several of her
interests. She also enjoys camping
with her family and spending sum-
mers at Camp Walden in
Cheboygan. Instead of receiving
gifts, she has asked friends and fami-
ly to make donations to charities
that are meaningful to her.

Zachary Scott
Berlin will be called
to the Torah on the
occasion of his bar
mitzvah Saturday,
April 5, at Temple
Israel. He is the son
of Marci and Marc
Berlin and brother
of Eric and Rachel. Zachary is the
grandchild of Mary Berlin and
Phyllis Cheiman, the late Norman
Berlin and the late Fred Cheiman.
An honor student at Warner
Middle School in Farmington Hills,
Zachary enjoys playing baseball and
soccer, kayaking, going to movies and
attending Tamarack Camps. His
most meaningful mitzvah project
involved volunteering with his family
at mitzvah day sponsored by the
Jewish Federation of Metropolitan
Detroit.

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YOU WON'T BELIEVE WHAT WE HAVE PLANNED
THIS SUMMER!

Come hear all about camp!
This summer promises to be so much fun!

INFORMATION MEETING
Thursday, April 10 • 7:30 p.m.

Max M. Fisher Federation Building • 6735 Telegraph Road
Call for details: (248) 647-1100 • www.tamarackcamps.com

Jonah Geller, Camp Director

It ACCREDITED
CAMP

WE'RE PART Of THE TEAM

Missy Siegler, Director of Senior Side

Debbie Landau, Director of Junior Side

American Camping Association's

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