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November 28, 2003 - Image 56

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-11-28

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Mazel Toy!

MAZEL Toy! from page 54

Dangerous roads. Slippery sidewalks.
No bread in the cupboard.

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Jessica Ann Martin will be called to the
Torah as a bat mitzvah on Saturday,
Nov. 29, at Congregation Beth Shalom.
She is the daughter of Lois and Richard
Martin of South-field and the grand-
daughter of Sarah
Kapetansky of
Southfield an
Bernadette and
John Martin of
Alpena. She is also
the granddaughter
of the late Seymour
Kapetans
Jessica is an
eighth-grade honor student at
Thompson Middle School in
Southfiefd.---For her mitzvah project,
Jessica is spending the school year as a
teaching assistant in the third-grade
classroom at Beth Shalom.

Alexander Daniel Schiff, son of
Kenneth and Marlynn Schiff, will
become a bar mitzvah at Temple Shir
Shalom Saturday, Nov. 29. He is the
grandson of Mickey and Edwin Schiff
and Elaine and Allen Kovinsky. His
proud great-grandparents are Irwin
Kasoff and Ruth Krantz.
Alex is a high
honor student in
the seventh grade at
Warner Middle
School in
Farmington Hills.
For his mitzvah
projects, he mentors
at Highmeadow
Common Campus
and has started a
book drive at Shir Shalom and at his
bar mitzvah party.

Steven Jared Silverman will be called to
the Torah as a bar mitzvah Saturday,
Nov. 29, at Adat Shalom Synagogue.
He is the son of Howard and Debbie
Silverman and younger brother of Jason
and Neil. His proud grandmothers are
Edith Agauas and Tillie Silverman. His
great-grandmother is Mary Wirt. He is
also the loving
grandson of the late
David Agauas and
the late Milton
Silverman.
Steven attends
Hillel Day School
of Metropolitan
Detroit in
Farmington Hills.
His mitzvah project'
included helping out at Yad Ezra in
Berkley and participating in the Dor
L'Dor program through Hillel.

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