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March 19, 2004 - Image 107

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2004-03-19

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Citizens

of Humanity

Jeans L'Attesa Michael Stars Diane Von Furstenberg Cadeau

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Beverly and Martin
Zeldes. She is the great-
granddaughter of Sarah
Zeldes.
Amanda is an honor
student at West Hills
Middle School in
Bloomfield Hills. Her
mitzvah projects include delivering for
Meals on Wheels and helping at Yad
Ezra in Berkley.

Andrew Zelik Kotikovsky, son of Olga
and Alex Kotikovsky and brother of
Jeffrey, will celebrate his bar mitzvah
Saturday, March 20, at Temple Israel.
His grandparents are Jane and Pavel
Kotikovsky and Tauba
Rivkin. He is also the
grandchild of the late
Zelik Rivkin.
Andrew is a student
at Orchard Lake
Middle School in West
Bloomfield. He felt it
especially meaningful
to.donate funds to Operation Exodus,
which helps in the resettlement of Soviet
Jews, and to Farmington Hills-based
JARC. He also volunteered at Gleaners
Food Bank in Detroit as part of his
mitzvah projects.

the granddaughter of the late Ben Lusky
and the late Ada and Isidor Margolis.
Dana is a seventh-grader at Tappan
Middle School in Ann Arbor. She has
volunteered for the last two years for the
Jewish Federation of Metropolitan
Detroit on Christmas Day and also with
Jewish Family Services of Washtenaw
County. She has made contributions to
Mysathenia Gravis Association, Jewish
Family Services and Mott Children's
Hospital.

Jordan Steffany Rich will read from the
Torah on the occasion of her bat mitz-
vah at Temple Israel Saturday, March
20. Her parents are
Suzie and Samuel
Meklir and Steven
Rich. She is the sister of
Michelle, Jim, Craig,
Samantha, Bryan,
Derek and Sydney.
Sharing in the simchah
will be her grandpar-
ents Bernice Zacks Davidson and
Marian and Ronald Rich. She is also the
grandchild of the late Joel Norman
Zacks and the great-grandchild of the
late Hannah and Meyer Zacks.
A Bloomfield Hills Middle School
honor student, Jordan volunteered at
Farmington Hills-based JARC and at
Aaron Tyler Krupkin (Aharon Tuvia) of the Detroit Mission, serving meals to
the homeless.
Farmington Hills will be called to the
Torah as a bar mitzvah at Adat Shalom
Andrew Schelberg-Miller will read from
Synagogue on Saturday, March 20. He
is the cherished son of Paul and Rhonda the Torah on the occasion of his bar
mitzvah Friday, March 19, at Temple
Krupkin and brother of
Israel. He is the son of Jane Schelberg
Joshua. Proud grand-
and the late Steven Miller. His proud
parents Marilyn Logan
grandparents are Edythe and Herbert
of Farmington Hills,
Schelberg. He is also the grandson of
Sair Krupkin and Joe
the late Mary Miller
Krupkin of Boca
and Jack Miller and
Raton, Fla., will share
the great-grandson of
in the celebration.
the late Betty and
Aaron is also the grand-
Herman Bernson.
son of the late Jerome Logan.
Andrew attends
Aaron attends Walled Lake Middle
Berkshire
Middle
School, where he is an honor student.
School
in
He found working at Yad Ezra in
Birmingham. He has
Berkley to be an extremely rewarding
been a volunteer at
experience.
Temple Israel's SOS homeless program
for many years. His most meaningful
Dana Lauren Margolis, daughter of
mitzvah project was the donation of
Barry and Elaine Margolis and sister of
challahs, delivered to 100 homebound
Benny and Erin, will read from the
people by Kosher Meals on Wheels.
Torah on the occasion of her bat mitz-
vah Saturday, March 20, at Beth Israel
Marlee Jade Shifman of Farmington
Congregation in Ann
Hills will read from the Torah at
Arbor. She will be
Temple Shir Shalom Friday, March 19.
joined by family and
She is the daughter of Dina and Jeffrey
friends to celebrate this
and big sister to Henry. Proud grandpar-
joyous occasion. Her
ents are Phyllis and Gibby Schwartz of
proud grandma is Irene
Delray Beach, Fla., and Joan Shifman of
Lusky of West
Bloomfield. She is also
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