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January 23, 2004 - Image 62

Resource type:
The Detroit Jewish News, 2004-01-23

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Maze! Toy!

BAR/BAT MITZVAH from page 61

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working at Yad Ezra in Berkley and
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Amanda Pearl Orley, daughter of Diane
and Randy Orley, will celebrate her bat
mitzvah on Saturday, Jan. 24, at
Congregation Shan rey Zedek
Southfield. She has two brothers,
George and Sam.
Her proud grand-
parents are Sally and
Graham Orley, Eva
Kaplan, Norman
and Audrey Kaplan
of Dallas, Texas.
Proud great-grand-
parents are Lillian
Hechtman and
Isabell Orley.
Amanda is a student at Bloomfield
Hills Middle School. For her mitzvah
projects, she worked at Gleaners in
Detroit and Yad Ezra in Berkley, donat-
ed time for Kadima and Jewish Family
Service and donated to Helping Hands
in Detroit and Nissan, an organization
that helps teen girls in Israel.




Alexandra Leigh Grodin, daughter of
Dr. Alan R. Grodin and Marcy Cosby,
will celebrate her bat mitzvah when she
reads from the Torah Saturday, Jan. 24,
at Temple Israel. She
is the sister of
Jaclyn. Her grand-
parents are Beverly
and Marshall
Fogelson and Elaine
Connell. She is also
the grandchild of
the late Bill Connell
and the late
Gertrude and Myron Grodin.
An honor student who attends
Orchard Lake Middle School in West
Bloomfield, Alexandra chose as a mitz-
vah project to adopt a zayde from Meer
Apartments in West Bloomfield. She
also volunteered at Temple Israel's Labor
Day picnic.

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Samantha Whitney Trauben will read
from the Torah on the occasion of her
bat mitzvah Saturday, Jan. 24, at
Havdalah services at Temple Israel. She
is the daughter of
Lorrie and Jeffrey
Trauben and sister
of Michael and
Justin. Her proud
grandparents are
Anne Fink and Jean
Trauben. She is also
the grandchild of

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