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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-12-12

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Candy Canes or Potato Latkes?
"Silent Night" or"Eight Bright Lights"?

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Mazel Toy!

What will your child be learning at
Nursery School?

At Temple Beth El, we believe
it's never too early to teach
children the joys of being Jewish.

New Arrivals

Dec. 1
Katie and Andrew Margolick are
thrilled to announce the birth of
their daughter, Lauren Elizabeth.
Two-year-old big brother Jake wel-
comed his baby sister, along with
overjoyed grandparents Jill
Margolick of Farmington Hills,
Lionel Margolick of Birmingham
and Maureen and Emmet Stromberg
of Venice, Fla. Proud great-grand-
parents are Helen and Herman
Kraun of Roswell, Ga., Evelyn
Margolick of Montreal, Canada, and
Harry Tracy of Venice, Fla. Lauren
Elizabeth is lovingly named in
memory of her maternal great-
grandmother Lorraine Tracy.

Jewish values and traditions are part of what we impart each day through
songs and stories, crafts and cooking.

Our nursery school offers:

Music and Me (6-12 months) ■ Parent Tot (1 -2 years old)
All By Myself (2- 2 1/2 years old)
Nursery (2 1/2-5 years old)
Enrichment Classes

Flexible Hours -
drop in lunch and extended day care before and after school
Plus - Sensational Summer Camp

Now accepting enrollment for the
January semester.

temple beth el

7400 Telegraph at 14 Mile Rd.

Call Marlene Thav, Director of Early
Childhood Education, 248-865-0611

— Hospital Trained
"THANK YOU FOR THE
BEAUTIFUL & WARM
— Topical Anesthetic
BRIS CEREMONY."
— Follow-up Visit
Your baby's comfort is important to me!

(248) 855-A BOY (2269)

Office: (248) 547-7970
perfectnow@excite.corn

Craig Singer M.D.

Certified Mohel

Traditional bris entrusted to
the hands of a pediatrician.

home: 248-626-6868
pager: 248-317-0417

Matthew Jaron Shanbom

website vvww.brismd.corn

find what you're

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Nov. 16
Amy and Scott Shefman are thrilled
to announce the birth of their son,
Dylan Jacob. Dylan was welcomed
home by big brother Jordan Taylor,
2 1 /2 . Sharing in their joy are grand-
parents Gail and Norman Koenigs-
berg of Boynton Beach, Fla., and
Judi and Stephen Shefman of
Orchard Lake. Dylan is named in
loving memory of his maternal
great-grandmother Sally
Koenigsberg and paternal great-
grandfather Harry Shefman.

Nov. 6
Margo (Berman) and Michael Lazar
of Ann Arbor are delighted to
announce the birth of their daugh-
ter, Shaina Alyse (Shaina Rivkah).
Sharing in their joy are grandparents
Abraham Berman, Janet Berman
and Audrey Lazar. Proud great-
grandfather Bernard Indenbaum and
great-grandmother Edzia Press wel-
come her as well. Shaina is named
in loving memory of her paternal
grandfather Sheldon Lazar and
paternal great-grandmother Augusta
Levy.

Nov. 6
Christine and David Hubert of West
Bloomfield welcome with love the
birth of their son, Williim Manuel
Hubert (Mendel Hubert). Sharing
in their joy are grandparents Susan
and Paul Neeb, Jeannie and Ronald
Krupa, Bonnie Hubert, Wendy and
Norman Hubert. Great-grandpar-
ents are Lena and Walter Krupa,
Dolly Rotenberg. He is also the
great-grandchild of the late Esther
Hubert. William Manuel was named
in loving memory of his grandfa-
thers William Hubert and Manuel
Rotenberg.

Nov. 5
Lynn (Desenberg). and Danny

Heumann of Ann Arbor announce
with happiness and joy the birth of
their daughter, Kate Louise. Sharing
in their excitement are first-time
grandparents Judy and Jon
Desenberg of Huntington Woods
and Madeleine Heumann of
Riverdale, N.Y. She is also the
granddaughter of the late Werner
Heumann. Kate Louise is named in
loving memory of her maternal
great-grandmother Louise
Lowenstein Meyer.

Oct. 17
Becki (Hatch) and Jeremy Water of
Royal Oak welcome with much love
and pride the birth of their daugh-
ter, Sophia Claire (Sophie). Sharing
in their joy are excited first-time
grandparents David and Cheryl
Hatch of Grand Rapids, Bella
Oliwek DeRoven of Bloomfield
Hills and George Water of
Naperville, Ill.

Oct. 1
Sheryl (Stone) and Lyle Wolberg are
thrilled to announce the birth of
their daughter, Maya Rose. She is
welcomed by her twin brother and
sister Joey and Katie. Loving grand-
parents are Gerald and Connie
Wolberg and Sheila Stone. Maya's
great-grandmother is Dorothy
Frank. She is named in loving mem-
ory of her maternal grandfather
Ronald Stone.

Sept. 7
Tracey (Lyons) and Jonathan Hott
welcome with love the birth of their
son, Ethan Max (Avichai Shlomo).
He was welcomed home with hugs
by his big brother Zachary and big
sister Sydney. Proud great-grandpar-
ents are Harold Panter, Solomon
Hott and Sylvia Korby. Also proud
and elated are grandparents Marlene
and Bruce Lyons, Carolyn and Al
Hott and Natalie Lyons. Ethan Max
is named in loving memory of his
maternal great-grandmother Ann
Lyons and great-grandfather Samuel
Korby.

Aug. 23
Ellen and Noah Krugel of Novi are
thrilled to announce the birth of
their son, Adam Benjamin (Adam
Benyamin). Welcoming Adam home
is excited big brother Jesse
Nathaniel. Proud grandparents are
Anita and Harry Paborsky of
Jamesburg, N.J., and Sally and
Richard Krugel of Bloomfield Hills.
Adam has the honor of being named
for his paternal great-grandfather
Ben Krugel.

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