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November 07, 2003 - Image 54

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-11-07

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FR1EUDS OF tirrERAcm
used book & media spring sale

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Shop the difference

mentored by: Brandeis Universitg
'Rational Women's Committee, Detroit Chapter

help us sTacKour shelves!

gentls used books, all kinds...
books on tape, records, videos, CDs

drive-thru & drop-off:

no need to get out of sour car!

Sunday, Ttov. 9, llatn-lpm

parking lots of the
Jewish Community Centers

JPM Building, Oak Park and
D.Dan & Betty Kahn Building, West Bloomfield

Additional Colosssal Collections
Dec . 14, Jan. 11, Feb. 8, Mar. 14, Apr. 18

additional drop-off sites:

Sarah & Ralph Davidson
Max M. Fisher
Hadassah House
Jewish Federation Building
6735 Telegraph Road
5030 Orchard Lake Road
West Bloomfield
Bloomfield Hills
Monday-Friday, 10am-4pm Monday-Friday, 8am-3pm
248-683-5030
248-642-5393

for more information, to schedule pick-up
for large donations, or to volunteer:

(248) 291-1235

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Benjamin Robert Walker

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website www.brismd.com

NEW ARIVALS from page 53

is big brother Max, 2. Thrilled
grandparents are Karen and Jack
Singer of West Bloomfield and Jean
and Bernard Goldstein of Oak Park.
Emily is named in loving memory of
her maternal great-grandmother
Anna Singer and her paternal great-
grandmother Rose Goldstein.

Bar/Bat Mitzvah

Daniel Jacob Burnstein, son of
Deborah and
Michael
Burnstein, will
become a bar
mitzvah on
Saturday, Nov.
8, at Temple
Shir Shalom. He
is the brother of
Jason and
Andrew. Danny
is the grandson of Judy and Norman
Burnstein and Jake and Paul B.
Fried. His proud great-grandmother
is Jennie Fried.
Danny is in the seventh grade at
the Roeper School in Bloomfield
Hills.

Eric Franklin Busch will celebrate
his bar mitzvah at Temple Israel on
Saturday,-Nov. 8.
He is the son of
Ellen Busch and
Gary Busch and
brother of Jennifer.
His proud grand-
parents are Celia
and Norman
Glovinsky and
Stanley Busch. He
is also the grandchild of the late
Celia Busch.
Eric attends Orchard Lake Middle
School in West Bloomfield. As part
of his mitzvah projects, he volun-
teered at Temple Israel's media center
and library and also at Yad Ezra in
Berkley.

Samantha Leigh Chyette, daughter
of Susan and
Richard Chyette,
will be called to
the Torah as a bat
mitzvah Friday,
Nov. 7, at Temple
Shir Shalom. She
is the grandchild
of the late Sol and
Dottie
Morochnick, the
late Cy and Elaine Chyette and the
late Sheila Naster.
Samantha attends Derby Middle

School in Brimingham. Her most
meaningful mitzvah project included
helping out with Art for a Cause in
Birmingham and working with
Farmington Hills-based JARC.

Cody Daniel Farber will celebrate
his bar mitzvah on Saturday, Nov. 8,
at Congregation Beth Ahm. He is
the son of Lori
and Mark Farber
and the brother of
Halli and Carri,
who will also par-
ticipate in the
service. Cody's
proud grandpar-
ents are Dolores
and Leonard
Farber and Fritzi
and Marty Rott. He is also the
grandson of the late Harold Rieger.
Cody attends Walnut Creek
Middle School in Walled Lake. He
enjoyed helping out at the
Felischman Residence in West
Bloomfield and volunteering at the
Grodman Cure Foundation's Walk
for Juvenile Diabetes.

Zachary Morris Fealk celebrated his
bar mitzvah at Shabbat services
Saturday, Nov. 1, at Temple Emanu-
El. Celebrating
with him were his
proud parents,
Martin Fealk of
Huntington
Woods and
Patricia Gloss of
Farmington Hills,
and his sisters
Rachel and
Rebecca Fealk. He
is the grandson of the late Morris
and Shoshana Fealk.
Zachary is an eighth-grade honor
student at Dunckel Middle School in
Farmington Hills. He fulfilled his
mitzvah project by working at the
temple Purim carnival, assisting at a
10K run for muscular dystrophy,
bussing tables at the temple's
Shabbat dinner for new and found-
ing members, and assisting with dec-
orating the temple's sukkah.

Erin Leah Goode, daughter of
Carolann and Dr.
Robert Goode and
sister of Jamie and
Randi, will cele-
brate her bat mitz-
vah Friday, Nov. 7,
at Temple Israel.
Her grandparents
are Joan and Dr.

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