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sion of his bar mitzvah Saturday,
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Richard. His grandparents are
Audrey and Henry Koloff. He is also
the grandchild of the late Edith and
Ervin Franklin.
Michael, an honor student,
attends Walnut Creek Middle
School in Walled Lake. Donating
his party centerpieces to the
Michigan Humane Society was the
mitzvah project he felt was most
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Scott Joseph Jurewicz will celebrate
his bar mitzvah
Saturday, Oct. 4,
at Temple Israel.
He is the son of
Risa and Dr. Jay
Levinson and
Walter Jurewicz
and brother of
Michael and Rob.
His proud grand-
mothers are Eleanor Jurewicz and
Rosa Levinson. He is also the grand-
child of the late Elaine and Stanley
Sollins and the late Walter J.
Jurewicz.
Attending Orchard Lake Middle
School in West Bloomfield, where
he is an honor student, Scott felt
especially good about the mitzvah
project he did involving building a
sukkah for JARC residents.

Steven Joseph Kanter, son of
Debbie and Alan Kanter and broth-
er of Amanda, will celebrate his bar
mitzvah on Saturday, Oct. 4, at
Congregation
Shaarey Zedek
Southfield. His
proud grandpar-
ents are Gerrie
and Erwin Kanter
and Nancy and
Jerry Avery. He is
the great-grandson
of Anita Harvey
and Max Slater.
Steven is an eighth-grader at
Orchard Lake Middle School in
West Bloomfield. His mitzvah proj-
ects include volunteering at Shaarey
Zedek's Camp Betman, at Yad Ezra
food pantry in Berkley and helping
to gather silent auction items for the
Partners Ball, raising money for the
Karmanos Cancer Institute.

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Megan Ariel Katzenstein will be
called to the Torah as a bat mitzvah

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on Saturday, Oct.
4, at Adat Shalom
Synagogue. She is
the daughter of
Esther Katzenstein
and Daniel
Katzenstein and
sister of Josh and
Laurin. Proud
grandparents are
Geraldine Schwartz, Sheldon
Schwartz, and Bill and Dolly

Katzenstein.
Megan is an eighth-grader at
Berkshire Middle School in Beverly
Hills. For her mitzvah project, she
worked at Yad Ezra in Berkley.

Abigail Jane Liepshutz will read
from the Torah on
the occasion of
her bat mitzvah
Friday, Oct. 3, at
Temple Israel. She
is the daughter of
Carol Fisher and
Greg Liepshutz
and sister of
Sydney. Her
grandparents are
T. Judith Levine and Frances and
William Fisher. She is also the great-
grandchild of the late Leonard
Liepshutz.
Attending Berkshire Middle
School in Beverly Hills, Abigail
found it very meaningful to help at
Hadassah with the doll-making
project.

Allison Traci Neff, daughter of Jodi
and Kevin Neff,
will celebrate her
bat mitzvah
Friday, Oct. 3, at
Temple Israel. She
is the sister of
Adam, Emily and
Zachary. Her
proud grandpar-
ents are Sandra
and William
Lefkofsky and Rita and Gerald Neff.
Her very excited great-grandparents
are Dorothy and Herman Kazdan.
Allison attends Walled Lake
Middle School. As part of her mitz-
vah projects, she helped Hadassah
with the doll-making project and
she spent time with West
Bloomfield nursing home residents,
playing bingo.

Cole Alexander Neumann will be
called to the Torah as a bar mitzvah
on Saturday, Oct. 4, at
Congregation Shaarey Zedek

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