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December 12, 2003 - Image 58

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-12-12

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Community

Mazel Toy!

MAZEL

Toy! from page 57

participating in the Relay for Life, a 24-
hour walkathon for the American Cancer
Society.

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

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Jaimee Elizabeth Silber became a bat
mitzvah when she was called to the
Torah on Oct. 25 at Adat Shalom
Synagogue. She is the daughter of Darrell
and Elyse Silber of White Lake and sister
of Alexis. Watching
with great pride and
joy were her grandpar-
ents Ron and Doralee
LeVine of Farmington
Hills and Joel and
Shirley Silber of White
Lake.
Jaimee is an eight-
grade honor student at
Clifford Smart Middle School in Walled
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Eric Lee Stulberg will be called to the
Torah as a bar mitzvah at Temple Israel
on Friday, Dec. 12. Kvelling on the
bimah will be parents Linda and Bob
Stulberg, older brother
Brad, grandmothers
Belle Brenners and Lois
Stulberg and great-
grandmother Betty
Weinstein. He is also
the grandson of the late
Larry Brenners and the
late David Stulberg.
Eric is an honor stu-
dent at Warner Middle School in
Farmington Hills. Among his many proj-
ects, he sponsored a Shana Tova postcard
mailing to Temple Israel's sister school in
Netanya and he has worked with several
organizations to assist families of Israeli
terror victims. He also looks forward to
his volunteer experience with JARC
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Abrashka Grinshtein of Houston, Texas,
will be called to the Torah as a bar mitz-
vah on Saturday, Dec. 13, at the Chabad
Lubavitch Center in Houston. He is the
son of Debi (Wexler)
and Victor
Grinshtein, formerly
of Birmingham, and
the brother of
Miriam, Aron, Basia,
Sarah and Chaim
Mendel. He is the
grandson of Esther
and Morry Wexler of
Boca Raton, Fla. He
is also the grandson of the late Marcia
Wexler and the late Basia and Aron
Grinshtein.
Abrashka is an honor student at the
Chabad school in Houston.

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