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Henney, excited brother Bryce and sis-
ter Rheanna. Also sharing in the sim-
chah will be thrilled grandparents
Richard and Florence Shields and
George and Joann Henney-.
Wade is an honor student at West
Hills Middle School in Bloomfield
Hills. His mitzvah projects included
delivering Thanksgiving meals to
homebound seniors, planting flowers
at a JARC home, packing food at
Gleaners in Detroit and preparing and
serving meals to the homeless.

Matthew Jay Hollander will celebrate
his bar mitzvah on Saturday, Nov. 15,
at Temple Beth El. He is the son of
Jane E. Smitt and Harvey Hollander
and big brother of
Julia and David.
His proud grand-
parents are June
and Mary
Lieberman and
Terry and Martin
Hollander. He is
also the grandson
of the late Richard
E. Smitt and the
late Jean Hollander.
Matthew is an honor student at
Eaton Academy in Birmingham. His
mitzvah projects include volunteering
as an aide at Temple Beth El's Sunday
school and donating money and time
to create gift baskets filled with toys,
sports equipment and books to donate
to various children's charities.

Benjamin Asher Jirik (Asher
Benjamin) was called to the Torah as
a bar mitzvah Saturday, Nov. 8, at
Adat Shalom Syangogue. He is the
son of Karen and Allan Jirik and
brother of
Jonathan and
Zachary. Proud
grandmothers are
Ruth Norman and
Wini Jirik. He is
also the grandson
of the late
Abraham David
Norman and the
late Warren
Thomas Jirik.
Ben is in the seventh grade at Hillel
Day School of Metropolitan Detroit
in Farmington Hills. He has partici-
pated in several mitzvah projects: vol-
unteering at Yad Ezra kosher food
bank in Berkley, bagging and deliver-
ing food to clients, and he and his
guests contributed decks of playing
cards to the Hadassah Medical Center
in Ein Kerem, Israel.

Jeffrey Henry
Klegon, son of
Teresa and Frank
Klegon and brother
of Zachary, will
celebrate his bar
mitzvah at Temple
Israel Saturday,
Nov. 15. His
grandparents are
Teresa and James Biondo and Alice
Klegon. He is also the grandson of
the late Henry Klegon.
Jeffrey is on the honor roll at White
Lake Middle School. His mitzvah
projects included a donation to
Haven, working at Temple Israel's
library and helping at the Food Bank
of Oakland County, preparing boxes
of food for needy families.

Elizabeth
Samantha Kole
will be called to the
Torah as a bat
mitzvah Saturday,
Nov. 15, at Temple
Israel. She is the
daughter of Linda
and Dr. Bernard
Kole and her
brothers are David
and Sam. Sharing in the simchah will
be grandfathers Irvin Otis and Abe
Kole. She is also the grandchild of the
late Rose Weider Otis and the late
Betty Elizabeth Kole.
Elizabeth attends Cranbrook
Kingswood Middle School in
Bloomfield Hills. Her mitzvah proj-
ects include volunteering at Temple
Israel's Labor Day picnic and helping
feed the needy at Gleaners Food Bank
in Detroit.

David Franklin Kowalsky, son of
Mark and Bonnie Kowalsky- and
brother of Rebecca,
will be called to the
Torah as a bar
mitzvah on
Saturday, Nov. 15,
at Congregation
B'nai Moshe.
Proud grandmoth-
er is Rochelle
Iczkovitz. He is
also the grandson
of the late Stanley Iczkovitz and the
late Edith and Larry Kowalsky.
David is a double honor student at
Hillel Day School of Metropolitan
Detroit in Farmington Hills. His
most meaningful mitzvah project is
his weekly commitment to the
Friendship Circle. Other mitzvah

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