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Steven and Kathleen
Hadesman and broth-
er of Cady. Donald is
the grandson of
Natalie Hadesman and
the late Dr. Donald
Hadesman, Helen
Zoia and the late
Frank Zoia and
Virginia Blackport.
Donald is a seventh-grader at
Cranbrook Boys Middle School in
Bloomfield Hills. He plays on the bas-
ketball team at Cranbrook and also
on the Franklin Wolves travel team.
He plays tennis, baseball and enjoys
attending professional sports competi-
tions. For a mitzvah project, Donald
volunteered at Gleaners Food Bank in
Detroit.

Danielle Fay Klavons
(Divora Siporra) will
be called to the Torah
to celebrate her bat
mitzvah on Saturday,
June 7, at Temple
Emanu-El. She is the
daughter of Barbara
Gordon-Klavons and
Russell Klavons and sister of Erica.
Proud grandparents are Ruth and
William Gordon of Boca Raton, Fla.,
and Lorraine and Richard Betson of
Southfield.
Danielle is an honor student at East
Middle School in Farmington Hills,
where she plays the French horn in
the school band. Her interests include
softball, track, skiing and playing
football on the boys' football team.
For a mitzvah project, she helped
other students at the math academy at
Lanigan Elementary and helped at
Temple Emanu-El's Safety Town pro-
gram.

Jaimie Michelle
Lowen was called to
the Torah as a bat
mitzvah on Saturday,
May 31, at Temple
Shir Shalom. Her
proud parents are
Gayle and Barton
Lowen. Sharing in the
simchah were grandmother Evelyn
Lowen and great-aunt Frances
Koppelman. Jaimie is also the grand-
daughter of the late Seymour Lowen
and the late Esther and Norman
Stillman.
Jaimie is an honor student at
Walled Lake Middle School. She plays
violin in the school orchestra and

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