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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-09-19

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and Lorry and Sam Greene.
Rachel is an honor student at Walnut
Creek Middle School in West
Bloomfield. Her most meaningful mitz-
vah project was Locks of Love, in which
she donated hair to make a wig for a
cancer patient and inspired others to
donate as well. Other projects included
Special Olympics, Magen David Adorn
and Yad Sarah hospital in Israel.

Rachel Ann Miller will become a bat
mitzvah on Saturday, Sept. 20, at
Temple Beth El. She is the daughter of
Stacey ad Neil
Miller, sister of Paige
and the grand-
daughter of Sylvia
Miller Lawson.
Rachel is a sev-
enth-grade honor
student at Derby
Middle School in
Birmingham. Her
mitzvah projects include work at the
Birmingham Baldwin Public library and
the Michigan Animal Rescue League.

Justin Daniel Moyer, son of Bruce and
Gayle Moyer, will celebrate his bar mitz-
vah at Temple Beth Emeth in Ann
Arbor, Saturday, Sept. 20. He is the
brother of Alex; proud grandparents are
Lewis and Carol
Moyer of West
Bloomfield and Joel
and Marilyn Shore
of Bloomfield Hills.
Justin is an honor
student at Clague
Middle School in
Ann Arbor. Among
his mitzvah projects,
Justin adopted a
penguin at the
Detroit Zoo.

Scott Benjamin Rich will celebrate his
bar mitzvah on Friday, Sept. 19, at
Temple Shir Shalom. He is the son of
Lisa and Larry Rich and brother of
Marlee. Joining in the celebration will be
Scott's grandparents
Ruth Rich and
Diane and Arthur
Lampe. Scott is also
the grandson of the
late Samuel Rich.
Scott is an honor
student at West Hills
Middle School in
Bloomfield Hills.
His most meanin
mitzvah project was working in the
kitchen and providing meals to the
homeless at the Coalition On Temporary
Shelter in Detroit.

Aaron William Sherman will be called to
the Torah as a bar mitzvah on Saturday,
Sept. 20, at Temple Emanu-El. He is the

son of Howard and
Ruth Sherman and
brother of Leah.
Proud grandparents
are Fred and Freda
Sherman of
Southfield and
Ernest Kappel of
Oak Park. He is also
the grandson of the
late Sybil Kappel.
Aaron is an eight-grader at Berkshire
Middle School in Beverly Hills. For his
mitzvah project, he volunteered at
Greenfield Elementary School in Beverly
Hills in the latch key program, entertain-
ing students and helping with snack
time.

Alexander Todd Sherman will be called
to the Torah as a
bar mitzvah on
Saturday, Sept. 20,
at Adat Shalom
Synagogue. He is
the son of Ron and
Candi Sherman
and brother of
Benjamin. Proud
grandparents are
Helen and Phillip
Sherman of
Bloomfield Hills and Sandy and Ray
Stoller of Aventura, Fla.
Alex is an honor student at Hillel Day
School of Metropolitan Detroit in
Farmington Hills. His most meaningful
mitzvah project was working with
JARC residents at the Laker and Berlin
homes.

Joel Edward Siegel will be called to the
Torah as a bar mitz-
two
vah on Saturday,
Sept. 20, at
Congregation
Shaarey Zedek
Southfield. He is the
son of Margo and
Michael Siegel and
brother of Aaron.
Proud grandparents
are Marvin and
Gloria Siegel of Bloomfield Hills and
Gloria Sobel of West Bloomfield. He is
also the grandson of the late Milford
Sobel.
Joel is an honor student at Orchard
Lake Middle School in West Bloomfield.
His many mitzvah projects included
delivering meals and visiting with senior
citizens on Christmas Day through the
Jewish Federation of Metropolitan
Detroit, assisting blind students in learn-
ing to bowl and play goalball, creating
stuffed bears for hospitalized Israeli chil-
dren, working as an assistant counselor
at Shaarey Zedek's Camp Betman, being
a peer mentor for students needing math
tutoring and opening up his home to
people who were stranded during the
recent blackout.

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