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November 07, 2003 - Image 56

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-11-07

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Mazel Toy!

THE LACE COLLECTION

MITZVAH from page 55

grandchild of the
late Irwin Shapiro
and the late Helen
and Irving Weiss.
Hillary attends
West Hills Middle
School in
Bloomfield Hills.
Her mitzvah proj-
ects included help-
ing at the Michigan Animal Rescue
League and volunteering at Temple
Israel's Labor Day picnic.

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Jennifer Elisabeth Soifer will be
called to the Torah
as a bat mitzvah on
Saturday, Nov. 8,
at Congregation
Shaarey Zedek
Southfield. She is
the daughter of
Lori and Douglas
Soifer and sister of
Matthew. Proud
grandparents are
Rosalie and Charles Disner and
Bertha and Sidney Soifer. Loving
great-grandparents are Alice and
Morton Berlin.

Eric Paul Tugender, son of Elyse
Tugender and the late David
Tugender, will celebrate his bar mitz-
vah Saturday, Nov.
8, at Temple Israel.
He is the brother
of Matthew.
Joining in the sim-
chah will be his
grandparents
Gloria and Louis
Kingston. He is
also the grandchild
of the late Eleanor
and Meyer Goldstick and the late
Paul Tugender.
• Eric is a student at Walled Lake
Middle School. Volunteering at
Temple Israel and. Yad Ezra in
Berkley were especially important
parts of his mitzvah projects.

Shelby Elizabeth Wachlarz will cele-
brate her bat mitzvah Saturday, Nov.
8, at Congregation
Shaarey Zedek
West Bloomfield,
B'nai Israel Center.
She is the daughter
of Judy Wachlarz
and the late Dr.
Robert Wachlarz
and the sister of
Alexis, Jonathan
and Alison. Shelby
is the granddaughter of Gail Sherman

and the late Albert Sherman, Bessie
Wachlarz and the late Edward
Wachlarz.
She is an honor student at
Orchard Lake Middle School in
West Bloomfield. Her mitzvah proj-
ects are donating money to the
Make-a-Wish Foundation and help-
ing to make teddy bears to fill an
ambulance for Israel. She also volun-
teered time at the Shaarey Zedek
Laker Center and worked with autis-
tic children at Orchard Lake Middle
School.

Out Of State

Laura Elizabeth Corlin will become
a bat mitzvah on Saturday, Nov. 8,
in Highland Ranch, Colo. She is the
daughter of
Rodney and
Dorothy Corlin of
Highland Ranch
and granddaughter
of Sherwin and
Charlotte Corlin
of West
Bloomfield and
Dr. Joel and
Margaret Fleet of
Jacksonville, Fla. Laura is named in
memory of her great-grandparents
Leonard and Rae Cohen.
Laura is a student at Rick's Center
for Gifted Children. For her bat
mitzvah project, she matched her
baby-sitting earnings with her sav-
ings and donated to the Jewish
Children's Adoption Network.

Allison Grace Miraglia of Bethesda,
Md., will be called
to the Torah on
the occasion of her
bat mitzvah at
Bethesda Hebrew
Congregation on
Saturday, Nov. 8.
Her proud parents
are Leslie (Straus)
and Russell
Miraglia; her
brother is Michael. Grandparents are
Betty (Ginis) and Rudi Straus of
West Bloomfield and the late Frances
and Anthony Miraglia. Allison is
very active in various synagogue and
school projects.

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