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May 16, 2003 - Image 48

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-05-16

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3 DAYS ONLY

Thursday & Friday, May 22 & 23 1 0-9, Saturday, May 24 10-5:30

LOWEST PRICES OF THE YEARI

on all Stickley floor samples, special orders & clearance from the Mission
Oak & Cherry, Traditional, 21st Century, French, Williamsburg
& Metropolital Collections

PAY NO SALES TAX!

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EARN A $ 100 STICKLEY GIFT
CERTIFICATE FOR ATTENDING SEPIIIYAR

One Seminar Gift Certificate can be applied to initial Stickley purchase of $500 or more.

Mike Danial, Stickley Corporate Historian will present the seminars.
Friday, May 23, 7pm "The Legacy of Stickley"
Saturday, May 24, 1 lam "The Proper Care of Stickley Heirlooms"

EARN STICKLEY
GIFT CERTIFICATES

spend 1999. to 3999. on Stickley & earn a

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spend over 8000. on Stickley & earn a

200 certificate

400 certificate
750 certificate

Gift Certificates do not apply to initial qualifying purchases
but can be applied to subsequent purchases. valid thru 5/31/03

6 MONTHS SAME AS CASH WITH APPROVED CREDIT

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ENTERTAINMENT

Steve,

I can not thank you enough for the wonderful job you did at our son
Michael's bar mitzvah. Your enthusiasm and spark energized the
crowd. The special attention you gave Michael allowed him to
have a night he will always remember.

5/16
2003

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Bar/Bat Mitzvah

Ryan is an honor student at Orchard
Lake Middle School in West
Bloomfield. He enjoys football, soccer,
basketball, computers and summers at
Camp Walden in Cheboygan. His most
meaningful mitzvah project was donat-
ing funds to the Beaumont Cancer
Center in Royal Oak in memory of his
grandmother.

Lainey Starr Rubin
will be called to the
Torah as a bat mitzvah
on Saturday, May 17,
at Adat Shalom
Synagogue. Her proud
parents are Nancy and
Iry Rubin. She is the
sister of Chase,
Michele, Pamela and
Stefani. Sharing in this simchah will be
her grandmother Leah Kaplan. She is
also the granddaughter of the late
Seymour D. Kaplan and the late
Solomon and Lena Rubin.
Lainey is an honor student at Warner
Middle School in Farmington Hills,
where she is on the student council and
plays violin in the school orchestra. She
spends summers at Tamarack Camps
and enjoys dancing and working on the
computer. Lainey's mitzvah projects
included singing with Adat Shalom at
Fleischman Residence in West
Bloomfield, helping with younger chil-
dren at Adat Shalom during the High
Holidays and volunteering at Yad Ezra
in Berkley.

.

Abigayle Jane
Schottenfels was
called to the Torah as
a bat mitzvah on May
10, at Temple Kol
Ami. She is the
daughter of Jody and
Lee Schottenfels and
sister of Peter and
Emily. Proud grandmothers are Sally
Schottenfels and Marion Wolock. Abby
is also the granddaughter of the late
Samuel 0. Wolock and the late Ben
Schottenfels Jr.
Abby is a seventh-grade honor stu-
dent at West Hills Middle School in
Bloomfield Hills, where she participates
in art, the HTML (computer) Club, the
Forensics Club and on the softball
team. Her mitzvah projects include
assisting her grandmother serve meals
on wheels, working at Temple Kol Ami's
SOS shelter program, being a madricha
(aide) at the temple religious school and
helping her father at the Yad Ezra food
bank in Berkley and at the Capuchin

Mazel Toy!

Food Kitchen in
Detroit.
Lindsey Anne
Schwartz will read
from the Torah on the
occasion of her bat
mitzvah Saturday,
May 17, at Temple
Israel. Her parents are Connie and Hal
Schwartz and she is the sister of Blair.
Her proud grandparents are Lois and
Fred Howard and Gilbert Schwartz. She
is also the grandchild of the late Ruth
Schwartz.
Lindsey is a student at West Hills
Middle School in Bloomfield Hills. She
is a member of the school's Dessert
Theater and Circle of Friends. She plays
tennis, softball and flute and enjoys
movies, travel and summers at Camp
Tanuga in Kalkaska. Her most mean-
ingful mitzvah project was serving holi-
day meals at St. Patrick's Church with
other temple volun-
teers.

Katie Whitney
Sherman, daughter of
Maxcine and Stewart
Sherman and sister of
Rachel, will read from
the Torah on the occa-
sion of her bat mitz-
vah Friday, May 16, at Temple Israel.
She is the grandchild of Beverly Krause
and Anni Harris. She is also the grand-
child of the late Earl Krause, the late
Nathan Harris and the late Irving
Sherman.
Katie is an honor student at Warner
Middle School in Farmington Hills. She
enjoys baking, dancing, softball and
summers at Tamarack Camps. She
found it meaningful to donate her time
helping at Temple Israel's Labor Day
picnic as part of her mitzvah project.

Bradley Alan Stone,
son of Sheryl and
Randy Stone, will cel-
ebrate his bar mitzvah
Saturday, May 17, at
Temple Israel. His
brother Brian and
grandparents
Madeline and Bernie
Bockneck and Ileane Stone will share in
the simchah. He is also the grandchild
of the late Ted Stone.
Brad plays on the basketball team at
Walled Lake Middle School, where he is
an honor student. Other activities he
enjoys include hockey, football, golf,
tennis and spending summers at
Tamarack Camps. His most meaningful
mitzvah project involved taking his dog
to visit the elderly at a senior residence.

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