100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

The University of Michigan Library provides access to these materials for educational and research purposes. These materials may be under copyright. If you decide to use any of these materials, you are responsible for making your own legal assessment and securing any necessary permission. If you have questions about the collection, please contact the Bentley Historical Library at bentley.ref@umich.edu

March 12, 2004 - Image 68

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 2004-03-12

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

Maze' Told

IS
CADEMY

BAR/BAT MiTzvAns from page 67

Metropolitan Detroit

Emily Brooke Weisman, daughter of
Joanne and Dr. Marc Weisman and sis-
ter of Zach and David, will read from
the Torah on the
occasion of her bat
mitzvah Saturday,
March 13, at
Temple Israel. Her
grandparents are
Dorothy Weisman
and Lillian and
Seymour Katz. She
is also the grand-
child of the late Donald Weisman and
the late Bill Movish.
Emily attends Berkshire Middle
School in Birmingham. For one of her
mitzvah projects, she led a craft class at
the Fleischman Residence in West
Bloomfield, showing seniors how to
make fleece blankets. She has also
enjoyed doing other craft classes there
on an ongoing basis.

My name is Debbie Landau.

Two years ago, our son Ryan expressed
the desire to enroll at JAMD after eight
years of public school. We visited the
school and what we saw impressed us.
Ryan's day-long visit confirmed his
hunch that JAMD was the school for
him. As parents, though, we knew it was
ultimately our responsibility to provide
the most well-rounded education for our
children. Sending Ryan to JAMD is the
best decision we could have made.

.

Beyond the outstanding education there
are many opportunities to play sports.
The social networks within the school
are so strong. Ryan has friends in all
grades and from all different Jewish
backgrounds, His Jewish education
enriches our entire family. The Academy
goes out of its way to make parents feel
comfortable in being a part of their
child's high school education. I tell all
my friends that they should give their
child the JAMD experience. It is truly a
privilege to be part of the Jewish
Academy family.

Shaye Alexandra Winer, daughter of
Gini and Richard Winer, will celebrate
her bar mitzvah Saturday, March 13, at
Havdalah services at
Temple Israel. Her
brother is Corby
and her proud
grandparents are
Carol Bendersky
and Robert
Kaufman. She is the
grandchild of the
late Carol Ann
Kaufman and the late Sally and Barney
Winer.
Shaye is an honor student at Abbott
Middle School in West Bloomfield. As
part of her mitzvah projects, she organ-
ized a baby item drive for the Grace
Center of Hope and was also a volunteer
at the Temple Israel New Year's Eve party.

Applications now being accepted.
Scholaships available.
248-592-JAMD (5263)
www.jamd.org.

WE'RE PART OF THE TEAM

111A11110

t-
I SAC SibC VTIV . ;

-

NATIONALASSOCIATION
INCIIINDENT SCHOOLS

o

,p.

. ,-, pc ilezn C
of Mc $',"

o

O

r
I

1

i

Private rooms
available for Parties
and Special Occasions

Buy One . Dinner, /

.
Get . 112

off

1 the 2nd of equal or:greater value. 1 I
1 MUST PRESENT COUPON TO WAITSTAFF WHEN ORDERING! i

i
.. a

Excludes Pizza, Daily Specials & Beef Entrees • 2 couporis per table

RTN

3/12
2004

68

Expires 3/31/04
. ..

MO

........

NM

20300 Fannin a on Road 13etween 7 643 Mile.oA„gastSide

(We can accommodate
anywhere from
20 100 guests)

-

• Catering Available

Elayna Shelby Zack was called to the
Torah as a bat mitzvah at Congregation
B'nai Moshe Saturday, March 6. She is
the daughter of
Brenda and Doug
Zack and sister of
Marly and Alex.
Proud grandparents
are Rose Ann and
Bernard Rosenthal
and Maureen Zack.
Elayna is an
honor student at
West Hills Middle School in Bloomfield
Hills. Her mitzvah project included vis-
iting the elderly at Fleischman Resi-
dence in West Bloomfield. As part of
her candle lighting ceremony, she
made donations to help Jews around
the world.

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan