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October 31, 2003 - Image 48

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-10-31

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- Magic, Juggling, Laughter &
Amazement Are Yours...

Mazel Toy!

when you come see

Ben Spitzer

perform

Engagements

FLEISHER-VESCOSO

111

Sunday, November 9 • 2 p.m.

Jewish Community Center of Metropolitan Detroit

Jimmy Prentis Morris Building • A. Alfred Taubman Jewish Community Campus
15110 West Ten Mile Road • Oak Park

Professional magician Ben Spitzer will dazzle young audiences with his magic tricks, juggling and story
telling - all learned through reading books! Children will leave this amazing performance with a new
love and appreciation for books.

r. and Mrs. George E.
Fleischer of West
Bloomfield announce the
engagement of their son Michael
Fleischer to Tiffany Vescoso, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Vescoso of
Canton.
Michael is a graduate of Michigan
State University and is a second vice
president of investments at Smith
Barney in Troy. Tiffany is a flight
attendant for Northwest Airlines.
The couple look forward to sharing
their simchah with family and friends
at Temple Israel in December.

Tickets are $3 for children 10 and under, $5 for adult JCC members
& $7 for adult non-members. • Children 2 and under are FREE!

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2003

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arilyn Grant of Farmington
Hills, Marty Goldman of
Farmington Hills and
Suzanne and Larry Arnkoff of Miami,
Fla., are thrilled to announce the
engagement of their children Julie
Ann Grant and A.J. Goldman. Julie is
also the daughter of the late Richard
Grant.
Julie is an event planner with Dee
Dee Hoffman Party Design and A.J. is
the founder of Computers 2 Go, a
computer-consulting firm in
Southfield.
A February wedding is planned at
the Townsend Hotel in Birmingham.

GREENBERG-WORONOFF

A

my Woronoff and Jay
Greenberg are delighted to
announce their engagement.
Amy is the daughter of Gail and
Irwin Lorber and Norman Woronoff of
Southfield. She is a registered dietician
employed as a food service director with
HDS Services at Bon Secours Nursing
Care Center in St. Clair Shores.
Jay is the son of Lois and Franklin
Greenberab of Oak Park and Evelyn
Friscia of Long Beach, N.Y. He is
employed as a special education teacher
and technology coordinator in Wayne-
Westland Schools.
A February 2004 wedding is planned
at Temple Israel.

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