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February 27, 2004 - Image 61

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2004-02-27

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Sonic to the
Menorah House for
the residents to see
and pet. He also
helped organize an
equipment drive
through the Hockey
Has Heart
Foundation that
donated the equip-
ment to a program in Detroit. Phil also
donated money to Farmington Hills-
based JARC.

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• On-site Full-time Physician
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Nicole Brooke Satovsky will celebrate
her bat mitzvah as she reads from the
Torah Friday, Feb. 27, at Temple Israel.
Her parents are Rhonda and Steven
Satovsky and she is the sister of Jennifer,
Matthew and Brett.
Sharing in the sim-
chah will be her
grandparents Betty
and Marvin Adell,
Phyllis and Stanley
Satovsky and
Connie and David
Sklar.
An honor student
at West Hills
Middle School in Bloomfield Hills,
Nicole helped at Hadassah House with
a doll-making project and volunteered
at Temple Israel's Labor Day picnic as
part of her mitzvah projects.

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Abigail Hannah Schreier, daughter of
Carin Goldfarb and Steven Schreier,
will celebrate her bat mitzvah as she
reads from the Torah Saturday, Feb. 28,
at Temple Israel. Her proud grandpar-
ents are Sharon
Finch and Charles
Goldfarb, Flora
Goldfarb- and
Lenora and Allen
Schreier.
Abbie attends
Hillel Day School of
Metropolitan
Detroit in
Farmington Hills, where she is an honor
student. She works on a weekly basis
through the Friendship Circle in a
library with a friend with special needs.
She also collected money for Horses'
Haven.

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Cydney Kate Seigerman will be called
to the Torah as a bat mitzvah on
Saturday, Feb 28, at Congregation
Chaye Olam. She is the daughter of
Sheryl and Patrick O'Keefe and Dr.
Charles Seigerman and sister of Evan.
Proud grandparents are Vicki and Harry

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