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May 30, 2003 - Image 46

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-05-30

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Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Detroit

Young Adult Division

Mazel Toy!

Report of the 2003 Nominating Committee

President
Amy Carson Schlussel

BAR/BAT MITZVAH from page 45

President-Elect
Brian Yale Satovsky

Officers

Cindy E. Friedman
Gayle H. Friedman

Staci D. Bloch
Julie E. Eisman

Lorne B. Gold
Jeffrey B. Schlussel

Executive Committee
Nathalie G. Giske
Lowell D. Salesin

Bradley "Bubba" Urdan
Sheri Wagner

Bar/Bat Mitzvah

Ethan Bryce Rubin
will read from the
Torah on the occasion
of his bar mitzvah
Saturday, May 31, at
Temple Israel. His
parents are Karen and
Dr. William Rubin.
Sharing in the sim-
chah will be his brothers Marshall and
Spencer and grandparents Roz and
Dr. Morris Rubin and Doris Epstein.
He is also the grandchild of the late
Raymond Epstein.
Ethan is an honor student at
Warner Middle School in Farmington
Hills. Some of his activities are bas-
ketball, snow boarding, computer
games, drawing, creating videos and
attending Habonim Camp Tavor in
Three Rivers, Mich. He organized
and labeled boxes of Chanukah can-
dles in Temple Israel's religious school
for the college student program as
part of his mitzvah projects.

Michele E. Saulson
Lee P. Trepeck

Advisor to the Executive Committee
Scott Kaufman

Directors Nominated from the Current Board
Robin Schwartz
Gershon H. Askenazy
David Kreis
Dawn Faxon Singer
Aaron G. Pergament
Lisa Chottiner
Robin Kaufman Trepeck
Regina I. Colton
Bryce A. Sandler
Micha Zwick
Rachel Rubenfaer Karp

Rabbi Jonathan Berkun
Jay L. Cohen
Jeremy- M. Crane
Tony Fayne

Newly Nominated Directors
Miriam Kruger
Randall Fogelman
Jennifer Lerner Friedman
Gal Mailer
Mara R. Moss
Jordan N4. Glass
Daniel Haberman
Leslie A. Roth

Sarah Roth
Matthew Shane
Chad Zamler

Submitted by the Nominating Committee:

Staci D. Bloch, Gayle H. Friedman, Lorne B. Gold,
Joshua H. Opperer, Amy Carson Schlussel, Sheri Wagner

You are invited to attend the election and installation of new officers and board members
at the Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Detroit's Young Adult Division Annual Meeting

Presentation of the Mark Family Young Leadership Award to

Joshua H. Opperer

Thursday, June 26, 2003 at 7:00 pm

At the home of
Doreen Hermelin

FEDERATION'S

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DIVISION

This is Federation

Visit us online: www.thisisfederation.org

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CONGRATULATIONS

YOU ARE AMAZING!

Good luck at U of M
We are so proud of you!

Love, Mom, Dad, Rachael, Jenny

Carly Michelle
Zeitlin, daughter of
Lisa and Barry
Zeitlin and sister of
Lindsey and David,
will be called to the
Torah on Saturday,
May 31, at Temple
Israel. She is the
grandchild of Helen and Milton
Faye and Barbara and Daniel Allen.
She is also the grandchild of the late
Allen Zeitlin.
Carly attends Walled Lake Middle
School, where she is an honor stu-

CONGRATULATIONS

HEATHER
GALE

You are an amazing young woman.
We are SO PROUD of you!

5/30
2003

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Leor Shtull-Leber cel-
ebrated her bat mitz-
vah on Saturday, May
24, at Beth Israel
Congregation in Ann
Arbor. She is the
daughter of Steven
Leber and Dina
Shtull-Leber and sis-
ter of Ilanit and Tani. Grandparents
are Sam and Pauline Leber and Rita
Shtull, all of Cleveland, and the late
Rabbi Jacob Shtull.
Leor is a double honor student at
Hillel Day School of Metropolitan
Detroit in Farmington Hills. She
enjoys spending her summers at
Tamarack Camps and spending time
with friends from Ann Arbor and
Hillel. She is also learning Yiddish.
Mitzvah projects have included JARC
home visits, the Dor L'Dor program,
both through Hillel, and working at
Food Gatherers in Ann Arbor.

Love,
Mom, Dad & Joey

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dent. She lists basketball, volleyball,
softball, dancing and attending
Tamarack Camps as her favorite
activities. Her most meaningful
mitzvah project was volunteering at
the Fleischman Residence in West
Bloomfield.

Out Of State

Meryl Bess Meisner,
daughter of Pamela
and David Meisner
of Cincinnati, Ohio,
will be called to the
Torah on the occa-
sion of her bat mitz-
vah on Saturday, May
31, at Adath Israel
Synagogue in Cincinnati. Joining
her on the bimah will be her broth-
ers, Harry, Louis, Nathan, Herbert
and Ivan. She is the grandchild of
Lillian and Irving Meisner of
Southfield and Hotche Pastor of
Cincinnati and the late Herbert
Pastor.
An honor student at Wyoming
Middle School in Cincinnati, Meryl
loves reading and was on the sev-
enth-grade basketball team. As part
of her mitzvah project, she plans to
volunteer at the Shriner's Burns
Hospital in Cincinnati and donate
necessary items for Aleh Jerusalem
Center for Rehabilitation of
Disabled Children.

Eliana Michelle
Pearl of Sammamish,
Wash., was called to
the Torah as a bat
mitzvah on Saturday,
May 24, at Temple
B'nai Torah in
Bellvue, Wash. She
and her sister Rachel
are the daughters of former
Detroiters Jeff and Erica Pearl.
Proud grandparents are Stanley
Herman of Oak Park, Cyril
Friedman of West Bloomfield and
Don and Lois Pearl of Farmington
Hills. Eliana is also the granddaugh-
ter of the late Marilyn Herman and
the late Audrey Pearl Feldman.
Eliana is a seventh-grader at
Beaver Lake Middle School in
Issaquah, Wash., where she appeared
in the musical Grease. She studies
ballet at the Washington Academy
of Performing Arts and her mitzvah
project involved fund-raising and
collecting new and gently used
dance accessories to benefit the Into
the Arts program for students with
special needs.

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