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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-09-12

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Morgan Lorraine Pomish was called to
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Aug. 29, at Temple
Shir Shalom. She is
the daughter of Sara
and Craig Pomish of
Farmington Hills
and sister of Ethan.
Sharing in the sim-
chah were grand-
mothers Jeanette
Pomish of West
Bloomfield and Margaret Spigler of
Philadelphia. She is also the grand-
daughter of the late Irving Pomish and
the late William Spigler.
Morgan is an honor student at
Warner Middle School in Farmington
Hills. She entertained and assisted at
the Hechtman Apartments in West
Bloomfield as part of her mitzvah
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ceremony were his
parents, Linda and
Scott Sircus, and sis-
ter Hilary. Proud
grandparents are
Sally and Harry
Nosanchuk of
Farmington Hills
and Toby Levin of
Aventura, Fla.
Eric is a dean's list
student at Cranbrook Kingswood Boys
Middle School in Bloomfield Hills. His
mitzvah projects included working at
Yad Ezra in Berkley, bagging food for
the Jewish hungry. Eric was also an aide
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Sunday school class.

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eborah Einstandig and Barry
Gold are happy to announce
their engagement.
Deborah is the daughter of Milton
Einstandig and the late Elaine
Einstandig. Barry is the son of
Michael Gold and the late Claire
Robinson.
A December wedding is planned,
and the couple look forward to shar-
ing the special day with family and
friends. -

Southfield during
Havelalah services on
Saturday, Sept. 13.
He is the son of
Cynthia Brody and
Robert Starkman
and the big brother
of Meredith.
Charlie's proud
grandparents are
Betty Starkman and Susan and David
Brody. He is also the grandson of the
late Dr. Morris Starkman,
Charlie is an honor student at
Berkshire Middle School in Beverly
Hills. For several years, he has been a
regular volunteer at the Pontiac Lions
Club bingo for the visually impaired.
His other mitzvah projects included
helping the Shaarey Zedek Men's Club
serve meals at the Little Rock Baptist
Church in Detroit, volunteering for the
Michigan Red Magen David Adorn and
contributing supplies to the - Leader Dog
School.

Jaclyn Paige Wolpin will be called to the
Torah as a bat mitzvah on Saturday,
Sept., 13, at Congregation Shaarey
Zedek Southfield. She is the daughter of
Perle and Howard Wolpin and sister of
Carly. Proud grandparents are Marilyn
and Walter Wolpin and Eileen
Warshawsky. She is also the grand-
daughter of the late
Jack Warshawsky.
Jaclyn is an honor
student at Berkshire
Middle School in
Beverly Hills. Her
mitzvah projects
included making
bears for injured
children in Israel,
volunteering for the
2003 Great Purim Parcel Project and
making food packages for Kadima.

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