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June 13, 2003 - Image 40

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-06-13

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Bar/Bat Mitzvah

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working at the Temple Israel Labor Day
picnic, organizing and delivering food at
Yad Ezra in Berkley and creating a
neighborhood collection drive for the
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Erika Fieldman Sims,
daughter of Elaine
Fieldman and Mark
Sims, will celebrate
her bat mitzvah on
Friday, June 13, at the
Birmingham Temple.
Grandparents Iris and
Glen Goldstrom of
Fort Wayne, Ind., and Virginia and
Bruce Blankenship of Flagstaff, Ariz.,
will be here for the celebration.
Erika is a suma cum laude student at
Detroit Country Day School in Beverly
Hills. She is a member of the National
Junior Honors Society and the forensics,
tennis and lacrosse teams. She plays vio-
lin in the advanced orchestra and enjoys
downhill skiing in Colorado. Erikis
mitzvah projects included performing a
violin concert at the Dorothy and Peter
Brown Adult Day Care Center in West
Bloomfield, helping at a Red Cross
blood drive and working as a temple
teacher's assistant.

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Daniel Arthur
Sherman will be
called to the Torah as
a bar mitzvah on
Saturday, June 14, at
Congregation Beth
Shalom. He is the son
of Gail Foreman-
Sherman and Linda
and Mark Sherman and brother of
Rachel. Also sharing in this special occa-
sion will be his great-aunt Hannah
Foreman and his grandparents Pearl
Foreman and Harry Sherman. He is also
the grandson of the late Jean Sherman
and the late Arthur Foreman.
Danny is a seventh-grade student at
Norup Middle School in Oak Park. He
participates in robotics, plays the double
bass and has won several state awards
and scholarships. He attends the Beth
Shalom religious school and is very
active in Kadima. His mitzvah projects
included delivering meals on wheels and
visiting seniors at the American House
Apartments in West Bloomfield.

Emily Brooke Sklar, daughter of Donna
and Stuart Sklar and sister of Alexander,
will celebrate her bat mitzvah Saturday,
June 14, during Havdalah services at

Temple Israel. Her
proud grandparents
are Jeri and Ed Chusid
and Donna Sklar. She
is also the grandchild
of the late Larry Sklar
and the great-grand-
child of the late
Norman Goldenberg
and the late Esther Goldenberg.
Emily, an honor student at Walled
Lake Middle School, enjoys competitive
dancing, soccer, swimming and "acting.
She looks forward to spending summers
at Camp George in Canada. Her most
meaningful mitzvah projects were raising
funds by swimming for SCAMP, which
allows children with special needs to have
a camping experience; she also helped
with the homeless at Temple Israel.

Jeffrey Michael Stoller
will be called to the
Torah as a bar mitzvah
on Saturday, June 14,
at Adat Shalom
Synagogue. He is the
son of Dr. Kenneth
and Sheryl Stoller and
brother of Sandra and
Daniel. Sharing in the simchah will be
proud grandmother Norma Stoller. He is
also the grandson of the late Sol Stoller,
the late Sandra Perlmutter and the late
Eva Sher.
Jeffrey is an honor student at O.E.
Dunckel Middle School in Farmington
Hills. He enjoys playing basketball, foot-
ball, x-box, piano and working on the
computer. His favorite mitzvah project
was volunteering at Yad Ezra in Berkley.

Brittany Jill
Sundheimer, daughter
of Kim and Marlon
Sundheimer and sister
of Brandon, will be
called to the Torah as a
bat mitzvah Saturday,
June 14, at Adat
Shalom Synagogue.
Her proud grandparents are Esther and
Martin Kaber. She is also the grandchild
of the late Bessie and Bruno Sundheimer.
Brittany is in the seventh grade at
Dunckel Middle School in Farmington
Hills.- Dancing, softball and tennis are
several of her interests. As part of her
mitzvah projects, Brittany sang
Chanukah songs at Fleischman
Residence in West Bloomfield with her
classmates, helped out at Yad Ezra in
Berkley, made and delivered packages for
Purim to a JARC home and made a
donation to help make Boo-Boo Bunnies
for a local pediatric hospital unit and
local Headstart programs.

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