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February 06, 2004 - Image 74

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2004-02-06

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Hughes. His great-
grandparents are the
late Alice and Harry
Silets and the late
Dora and Jake
Evan attends Warner
Middle School in
Farmington Hills, where he is an
honor student. As part of his mitzvah
projects, he volunteered during Kever
Avot, assisting seniors at graves of
loved ones; and donating funds to Yad
Ezra in Berkley.

of Brian celebrated her
bat mitzvah at Temple
Emanu-El Saturday,
Jan. 31. Proud grand-
parents Barbara and
Sheldon Schubiner and
bubbie Maggie Zeman
joined in the celebra-
tion. Elyse is also the granddaughter
of the late Robert Zeman.
Elyse is a student at Norup Middle
School in Oak Park. As part of her
mitzvah project, she is donating
money to Yad Ezra in Berkley.

Eli Victor Newman (Eliezer Avigdor)
will be called to the Torah as a bar
mitzvah at Congregation Shaarey
Zedek Southfield Saturday, Feb. 7. He
is the son of William and Natalie
Newman and big brother of Josh and
Jonah. Proud grand-
parents are Miriam
and Gerald Freed and
Ann Newman. He is
also the grandson of
the late Rudolph
Eli is a double honor
student at Hillel Day
School of Metropolitan Detroit in
Farmington Hills. His mitzvah proj-
ects included work with Magen David
Adorn, JARC and the Fleischman
Residence in West Bloomfield; he
especially enjoyed his work at the Beth
Hayeled_day camp last summer.

Benjamin Samuel Young, son of
Mindy and Dr. Joel Young, will read
from the Torah on the occasion of his
bar mitzvah Friday, Feb. 6, at Temple
Israel. He is the brother of Katie and
Emily. His proud
grandparents are
Norma and Phillip
Layne and Phyllis and
Dr. David Young.
Attending West Hills
Middle School in
Bloomfield Hills,
where he is an honor
student, Ben found it meaningful as
part of his mitzvah projects to prepare
and serve food at Baldwin Street
Methodist Church in Pontiac; he also
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Gabrielle Nichole-Clyde Pollock,
daughter of Lisa and Fredrick Pollock
and sister of Whitney and Sarah, will
read from the Torah as she celebrates
her bat mitzvah during Havdalah serv-
ices Saturday, Feb. 7, at Temple Israel.
Her grandparents are Rita and
Theodore Pollock,
Jane and David Jibson
and Nancy and Alan
Smith. Her great-
grandparents are Rita
and Harold Stephan
and David Gauthier.
Gabrielle attends
Dunckel Middle
School in Farmington "Hills. She
found it meaningful to help at the
Westland Animal Shelter, cleaning and
making catnip toys. She also helped
raise funds in a therapeutic riding pro-
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and mentally challenged.

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Jacob Michael Dubin of Deerfield,
Ill., will celebrate his bar mitzvah on
Saturday, Feb. 7, at Congregation
Solel in Highland Park, Ill. He is the
son of Erin and David Dubin and
brother of Michelle and Daniel. Jacob
is the grandson of Ronald and
Charlotte Goldstein and the late
Florence Goldstein.
He is also the grand-
son of Abe Dubin and
the late Miriam
Jacob is a seventh-
grader at Caruso
Middle School. His
mitzvah projects
included packing emergency boxes at
the Chicago Food Depository and
playing his guitar for residents at the
Center for Enriched Living. He will
donate comic books to the Jewish
Children's Bureau in Illinois.

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