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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-06-20

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Johnson, Annette Hamburger, Pearl and
Bob Solomon. • He is also the grandson
of the late Joel Sondak and the late Jack
D. Hamburger.
Sam is an honor student at Hillel Day
School of Metropolitan Detroit in
Farmington Hills. He enjoys basketball,
baseball, golf and spending summers at
Camp Tanuga in Kalkaska. His most
meaningful mitzvah project was becom-
ing a friend to an older man in a JARC
home.

Elyssa Rivka Juni,
daughter of Jack and
Rochelle Juni, will be
called to the Torah as a
bat mitzvah on
Saturday, June 21, at
Congregation Beth
Shalom. She is the
granddaughter of Elliot and Rachel Juni
of Ann Arbor and David and Barbara
Ronis of Gaithersberg, Md. She is also
the granddaughter of the late Geraldine
Ronis. Her proud sister is Eva Juni, a
sophomore at Berkley High School.
Elyssa is a seventh-grade student at
Roeper Middle School in Birmingham.
She enjoys music, art, biking and read-
ing. She especially looks forward to
spending her summers at Tamarack
Camps. For her mitzvah project, Elyssa
visited seniors at the American House
Apartments in West Bloomfield.

Aaron Michael Kaatz,
and Joel Alan Kaatz
will be called to the
Torah at Temple
Emanu-El as b'nai
mitzvah on Saturday,
June 21. They are the
children of Susan and
Steve Kaatz. Proud
Aaron Kaatz
grandparents are Paul
and Polly Kaatz of
Longboat Key, Fla.,
and Eileene Berke of
Cincinnati, Ohio, and
the late Leonard Berke.
Aaron is a seventh-
grade honor student at
Norup Middle School
Joel Kaatz
in Oak Park. He is
active in soccer and
basketball leagues and enjoys football,
floor hockey, playing simulation games
and going to the recreation center. He
also likes camping and other activities
with the Y Guides Tribe. He has done
mitzvah work at Yad Ezra in Berkley,
Habitat for Humanity in Detroit and
with various other groups.
Joel is also in seventh grade at Norup,
where he is an honor student. He enjoys
sports, including football and in-line

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hockey and he plays in soccer and bas-
ketball leagues. He also enjoys camping.
In his free time, Joel likes being with
friends at the recreation center and
going to movies. For his mitzvah proj-
ects, he volunteered at Habitat for
Humanity in Detroit, at Yad Ezra in
Berkley and at Temple Emanu-El.

Sarah Michelle Katz,
daughter of Cynthia
and Howard Katz and
sister of Emily, will be
called to the Torah as a
bat mitzvah at-Temple
Kol Ami Saturday,
June 21. She is the
granddaughter of Joel
Katz of Chestnut Hill, Mass., and the
late Joanne Katz, Frank and Louise
Jones of Boynton Beach, Fla., and the
great-granddaughter of Ruth Goldstein
of Brookline, Mass.
Sarah is an honor student at West
Hills Middle School in Bloomfield
Hills, where she participates in choir
and track and was selected for the state
honors choir. She enjoys performing in
musical theater, traveling and vacation-
ing in Maine in the summer. For mitz-
vah projects, Sarah volunteered when
Temple Kol Ami housed the South
Oakland Shelter and is a madricha
(aide) in the Kol Ami religious school.

Laura Bess Marcus,
daughter of Andee and
Ken Marcus, will cele- _
brate her bat mitzvah
Friday, June 20, at
Temple Israel. She is _
the sister of Melissa
and Stephanie and the
grandchild of the late Gloria and Marc
Bess and the late Melita and Samuel
Marcus.
Attending Orchard Lake Middle
School in West Bloomfield, where she is
an honor student, Laura enjoys dancing,
computers, family vacations, music and
summers at camp. Her most meaning-
ful mitzvah project was helping children
with special needs at SCAMP and
donating to the Israel Tree Fund in
memory of Israeli astronaut Ilan
Ramon.

Jordan Gabriel Rosner
will be called to the
Torah on the occasion
of his bar mitzvah
Saturday, June 21, at
Congregation Beth
Ahm. His proud par-
ents are Micky and Jan

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