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The Detroit Jewish News, 2004-03-05

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BAR/BAT MITZVAHS

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A Women's Seder

presents

Haggadahs
to Treasure

Our Passover feast for the eyes
now showing in the lobby of the
Max M. Fisher Federation Building

March 2 - April 2

Sponsored by the Women's Campaign
and Education Department
of the Jewish Federation
of Metropolitan Detroit
in honor of the
7th Annual Women's Seder
March 24, 6:00 pm
Adat Shalom Synagogue
Seder reservations: 248-203-1459 .

This is Federation

Federation

Visit us online: www.thisisfederation.org

612710

Get Ready Early!
Passover is Coming!

Tradition ! Tradition!

Call Alicia R. Nelson

(248) 557-0109

for an appointment

www.allthingsjewish.com

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Aaron Michel Greenberg, son of
Rochelle and Gary Greenberg, will
read from the Torah Saturday, March
6, at Temple
Israel. He is the
brother of Adam
and Erika. His
proud grandpar--
ents are Sharon
and Larry
Greenberg. He is
also the grandson
of the late
Charlotte and Leo
Simko.
Attending Dunckel Middle School
in Farmington Hills, Aaron chose to
donate funds to the Holocaust
Memorial Center in Farmington
Hills in memory of his grandparents.
He also assisted young adults do
recreational activities through an
adult foster care home, Medical
Alternatives.

Jordan Grace Holmes (Shanda
Ginna), daughter of Jack Holmes
and Jody Aaron of Southfield, was
called to the Torah
on Saturday, Feb.
28, to celebrate
her bat Mitzvah at
Temple Shir
Shalom. She is the
sister of Joshua,
Sara and Carrie,
and granddaughter
of Mike Aaron and
the late Ida Aaron
and the late John and Grace
Holmes.
Jordan is a seventh-grade honor
student at Birmingham Covington
School. Her mitzvah projects includ-
ed collecting toiletries for Haven,
canned goods, school supplies,
games and books for Lighthouse in
Pontiac, and food and toys for
Temple Shir Shalom's charitable pro-
grams.

David Benjamin Inwald became a
bar mitzvah on Saturday, Feb. 28, at
Congregation
Shaarey Zedek
Southfield. David
is the son of Joan
and Jay Inwald,
and the brother of
Rachel and
Valerie. Proud
grandparents are
Susan and Samson
Inwald and Olive
Fleming. David also is the grandson
of the late John Fleming.
David is an honor student at

Birmingham Covington School. His
mitzvah projects included raising
money for Habitat for Humanity,
volunteering at Yad Ezra in Berkley
and donating to the Haven shelter
for abused women and children.

Lucy Hannah Keller will become a
bat mitzvah at Shabbat services
Saturday, March 6, at Congregation
Shir Tikvah. Lucy is the daughter of
Mark and Helaine Rodin Keller and
sister to Jake.
Proud grandpar-
ents are Shirley
Keller and Arnold
Rodin. Lucy is
also the grand-
child of the late
Irving Keller and
the late Sally
Rodin.
Lucy is an
honor student at Birmingham
Covington School. Her mitzvah
projects included working *ith a
special needs child and donating 12
inches of her hair to Locks of Love.

Rachel Elizabeth Klisman will
become a bat mitzvah at Shabbat
services at Adat Shalom Synagogue
Saturday, March 6. She is the
daughter of Anne
and Mark Klisman
and sister of
Aaron. Her proud
grandparents are
Bernard and
Sophie Klisman.
She is also the
granddaughter of
the late Isadore
"Itzie" and Essie Rosenbloom.
Rachel is an honor student at
Warner Middle School in
Farmington Hills. She enjoys volun-
teering for the Friendship Circle
and has donated funds to
Farmington Hills-based JARC and
cystic fibrosis.

Aviva Marchione and Shayna
Marchione of Huntington Woods
will become b'not mitzvah Saturday,
March 6, at Temple Emanu-El.
They are the
daughters of
Linda and Victor
Marchione and
sisters to Isabella.
Sharing in the
joyful event will
be grandparents
Arlene
Weinberger, Dr.
Aviva
Kenneth

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