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ONLY A FEW
SPACES REMAIN!

Middle School in Oak Park, where is on
the basketball team and track squad.
For his mitzvah project, A.J. has been
volunteering at the Dearborn Animal
Shelter for the past two years. The cen-
terpieces from his celebration will reflect
an animal and pet theme. He will
donate a portion of his bar mitzvah
money to the shelter.

Danielle Rachel
DePriest will read
from the Torah as she
becomes a bat mitzvah
at Temple Shir Shalom
Friday, May 16. Her
parents are Lori
DePriest and Larry
DePriest; her brother
is Justin. She is the grandchild of Sam
and Arleen Blumenstein and the great-
granddaughter of Marion Manheimer.
Danielle is an honor student at
Orchard Lake Middle School in West
Bloomfield. Her favorite activities
include being with friends, attending
Tamarack Camps and volunteering. She
feels her most meaningful mitzvah proj-
ect is volunteering for the Friendship
Circle, a program that organizes activi-
ties for children with developmental dis-
abilities.

Jaclyn Brooke
Gottesman will cele-
brate her bat mitzvah
at Congregation
Shaarey Zedek
Southfield Saturday,
May 17. She is the
daughter of Marcy
and John Gottesman and sister of
Joshua. Her thrilled grandmothers are
Fay Chernick and Alice Jean
Gottesman. She is also the granddaugh-
ter of the late Herbert Chernick and the
late Morton Gottesman.
Jaclyn is a dedicated student at
Bloomfield Hills Middle School. She
enjoys participating in dance, skiing and
the Student Leadership Council. She
loves spending summers at Camp
Walden in Cheboygan. One of Jaclyn's
favorite mitzvah projects was making
lap blankets for the senior citizens at the
Fleischman Residence in West
Bloomfield.

Taylor Rachel
Kamen, daughter of
Susie and Dr. David
Kamen, will be called
to the Torah as a bat
mitzvah Saturday,
May 17, at Temple
Israel. She is the sister
of Dylan and Courtney. Sharing in the

simchah will be grandparents Barbara
and Saul Kirstein and Sharon Kamen.
She is also the grandchild of the late
Manny Kamen.
Taylor is an honor student at Orchard
Lake Middle School in West
Bloomfield. Her interests include writ-
ing, art, dancing and drama.
Volunteering during a benefit dance for
the Make-A-Wish Foundation, through
Studio A, was a meaningful experience
for her as part of her mitzvah project.

Elizabeth Paige Kovan
will be called to the
Torah as a bat mitzvah
on Saturday, May 17,
at Adat Shalom
Synagogue.
Participating in the
ceremony will be her
parents, Ilene and
Bruce Kovan, and her younger sisters
Katharine, Rachel, Sarah and Jane.
Proud grandparents are Ann Benderoff
and Mildred and Dennis Kovan. Her
great-grandmother is Ida Lewis. She is
also the granddaughter of the late Dr.
Fred Benderoff.
Elizabeth is a seventh-grade honor
student at Cranbrook-Kingswood
Middle School in Bloomfield Hills,
where she is on the Student Leadership
Committee and a member of the cross
country team. Her interests include
reading, writing, singing, acting and ski-
ing.

Matthew Anthony
Lenzi will celebrate his
bar mitzvah Saturday,
May 17, at the Jewish
Community Center in
West Bloomfield. He
is the son of Robin
Wilson and Mark
Lenzi and the brother
of Jason and Jacob. Proud grandparents
are Eugene Feldman, Bob and Joyce
Gilbert, Anthony and Jennie Lenzi.
Matthew is an honor student at
Abbott Middle School in West
Bloomfield. He loves hockey, baseball
and basketball.

Ryan Seth Rott will
be called to the Torah
on the occasion of his
bar mitzvah on Friday,
May 16, at Temple
Israel. He is the son of
Julie and Arthur Rott
and brother of Joshua.
His grandparents are
Fern and David Rott and Judy and
Robert Seigle. He is also the grandchild
of the late Betty Seigle.

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