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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-05-02

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will be her parents, Sharon and Bob
Resnick, sister Carolyn, grandparents
Edie and Donn Resnick of Bloomfield
Township and Joan and Norman
Gurevich of Kensington, Md.
Meme is an honor student at Warner
Middle School in Farmington Hills. She
enjoys reading, dancing, skiing and play-
ing the saxophone. Her mitzvah projects
included making dolls at Hadassah
House in West Bloomfield, working at
Yad Fgra in Berkley, and volunteering at
the Eagle Elementary Media Center in
West Bloomfield, the JFS Fall Fix-Up and
the Federation's Mitzvah Day.

Lauren Rae Ruben
will be called to the
Torah as a bat mitz-
vah on Saturday,
May 3, at
Congregation B'nai
Moshe. She is the
daughter of Linda
and Marc Ruben
and sister of Allie.
She is the granddaughter of Beverly
Finkel, Seymour Finkel, Jerald and Ann
Ruben, Gene Scarpone and the late
Sharon Scarpone. Proud great-grand-
mother is Gladys Shaprow.
Lauren is an honor student at Walled
Lake Middle School, where she has been
a member of the school's basketball and
volleyball teams. She also participates at
AAU basketball, softball and snowboard-
ing. Lauren volunteered for A Small
Miracle as part of her mitzvah project.

Joshua Aaron Shain
(Pinchas Benjamin)
will celebrate his bar
mitzvah on Saturday,
May 3, at Temple
Emanu-El. He is the
son of Larissa and
Mark Shain.
Participating in the
ceremony will be his
sister Jackie, proud grandparents Sophia
and Abram Shain and Elvira and Semion
Rachlis and great-grandmother Frida
Kuriniec.
Josh is a seventh-grade honor student
at Dunckel Middle School in Farmington
Hills. He plays clarinet in the school
band and piano as well. His favorite activ-
ity is playing goalie for his hockey team.
Josh likes video games and watching
"The Simpsons." His mitzvah project
included volunteer work at Canterbury
Nursing Home in Waterford and at Yad
Ezra in Berkley, where he delivered meals
to the home bound.

Jill Silverstein, daughter of Lori and Rob
Silverstein, will become a bat mitzvah on
Saturday, May 3, at Congregation

Shaarey Zedek
Southfield. She is the
sister of Dana and
Sam. Sharing in the
simchah will be
proud grandparents
Ina Katz, Nancy and
David Stulberg,
Marilyn and Paul
Silverstein and great-
grandmother Ethel Terman. She is also
the granddaughter of the late Sam Katz.
Jill is an honor student at Norup
Middle School in Oak Park. She is a
member of the student council and par-
ticipates on the yearbook committee. She
enjoys dancing, acting, singing and
spending summers at Tamarack Camps.
Her most meaningful mitzvah project
was becoming a friend to a little girl in
the Friendship Circle.

Wendy Michelle
Stein will celebrate
her bat mitzvah
Saturday, May 3, at
Temple Beth El. She
is the daughter of
Marlene Stein and
Ralph Stein and sis-
ter of Jeff. She is also
the granddaughter
of the late Eugene and Maria Stein and
the late Alex and Irene Taub.
Wendy is an honor student at Derby
Middle School in Birmingham, where
she is on the tennis team and plays bass
clarinet in the school band. Wendy
spends summers at Tamarack Camps,
plays USTA tennis and enjoys talking
online with friends. Her favorite mitzvah
project was at Hadassah House in West
Bloomfield, making dolls for hospitalized
children.

Carrie Sarina
Subelsky will be
called to the Torah
as a bat mitzvah on
Saturday, May 3, at
Temple Kol Ami.
Her parents are
Shelley and Steven
Subelsky. Carrie's
proud grandparents
are Phyllis and Burton Applebaum and
Fay and Ray McCann. She is also the
granddaughter of the late Charles
Subelsky.
Carrie is an honor student at Warner
Middle School in Farmington Hills. She
enjoys dancing, playing soccer, and
spending time with friends and summers
at Camp Tanuga in Kalkaska. Her most
meaningful mitzvah project was at the
Hadassah House rummage sale. Doing
Meals on Wheels with her grandfather
was also very important to her.

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