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Mazel Toy!

MAZEL My! from page 53

Benjamin Emerling will read from
the Torah on the occasion of his bar
mitzvah Friday,
Jan. 9, at Temple
Israel. He is the
son of Ruth Davis
and David and
Susan Emerling
and brother of
Rachelle, Nathan,
Mariel and Jillian.
His grandparents
are Sally Davis, Sandy and Robert
Davis, Muriel Emerling and Harriet
and Harvey Rosenberg. He is also the
grandson of the late Kenneth
Emerling. His very proud great-
grandmother is Mary Weingrad.
A student at West Hills Middle
School in Bloomfield Hills, Ben vol-
unteered at Sunrise Assisted Living
Residence and at Temple Israel's
Labor Day picnic as part of his mitz-
vah projects. .

Shoshana Helen Hirschhorn of West
Bloomfield will be called to the Torah
at a bat mitzvah at Adat Shalom
Synagogue on
Saturday, Jan. 10.
She is the daughter
of Dr. Susan
Sherman and
William
Hirschhorn and
the sister of
Rebecca and Max
Hirschhorn. Her
proud grandparents
Morris and Frances Sherman and
Hilda Hirschhorn will share in the
simchah. Shoshana is also the grand-
daughter of the late Leo Hirschhorn.
Shoshana attends Orchard Lake
Middle School in West Bloomfield,
where she is an honor student. As
part of her mitzvah project, Shoshana
volunteered at Fleischman Residence
in West Bloomfield.

Jordan Russell Hoffman celebrated
his bar mitzvah Monday, Dec. 29, on
Mt. Masada in Israel. Celebrating
with him were his
proud parents, Paul
and Rhonda
Hoffman, and sis-
ter Madeline.
Jordan is the
grandson of Adele
Hoffman and
Dorothy Altman.
He is also the
grandson of the
late Max Hoffman and the late
Ronald Altman.

MAZEL

Toy! on page 56

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