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April 02, 2004 - Image 86

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2004-04-02

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Hannah Baron will become a bat mitz-
vah at Shabbat services Saturday, April 3,
at Temple Emanu-El. She is the oldest
daughter of Gretchen and Tony Baron
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are Beverly and
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Ferndale and Evelyn
and Eugene Baron
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student at Norup
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Brittney Erin Brown will be called to
the Torah as a bat mitzvah Saturday,
April 3, at Congregation Beth Shalom.
She is the daughter of Ronald Brown
and Nancy Shebowich-Brown, the
granddaughter of Charlotte Shebowich,
Robert and Joann Brown and the great-
granddaughter of
Helen Brown. She is
also the granddaugh-
ter of the late
Hyman Shebowich.
Brittney is an
honor student at
Norup Middle
School in Oak Park.
As part of her mitz-
vah projects, she vis-
ited seniors at American House with her
Hebrew school class. She also volun-
teered at Yad Ezra in Berkley and will
continue her mitzvahs by collecting
non-perishable food items at her party
to give to the food pantry.

Brooke Erin Colman will celebrate her
bat mitzvah at Congregation Chaye
Olam Saturday, April 3. She is the
daughter of Debbie
and Andy Colman
and sister of Jodie.
Proud grandparents
are Maxine Stoler
and Arthur and
Dorothy Colman.
She is also the
grandchild of the
late William Stoler.
Brooke is a seventh-grade student at
Bloomfield Hills Middle School For her
mitzvah project, she volunteered time as
teaching assistant at Temple Beth El
Sunday school and as a helper at
Congregation Chaye Olam's Purim car-

Nicole Zelda May Itkin, daughter of
Laura Itkin and the later Michael Itkin,
will celebrate her bat mitzvah Friday,
April 2, at Temple Israel. Her sister is
Michelle and she is the grandchild of
Lilya and Sam
Basin. Her late
grandparents are
Rachel and
Mordechai Itkin.
She is also the great-
grandchild of the
late Rivka and
Solomon Uchetel
and the late Zelda
and Boris Basin.
Nicole attends Orchard Lake Middle
School in West Bloomfield. She felt her
most meaningful mitzvah project was
planning a party for children at the
Pontiac Rescue Mission Center. She also
helped at an area soup kitchen and at
Yad Ezra in Berkley.

Miriam Leah Kamil, daughter of
Catherine Kamil and Barbara and Dr.
Mark Kamil, will read from the Torah
on the occasion of her bat mitzvah at
Temple Israel Saturday, April 3. She is
the sister of Joseph,
Rita, Frederick,
Rebecca and
Hannah. Her very
proud grandmothers
are June Kamil and
Eunice Harder.
Miriam attends
Walnut Creek
Middle School in
Walled Lake. As
part of her mitzvah projects, she babysat
during elementary school PTA meet-
ings, helped at Temple Israel when the
homeless were housed and volunteered
at the Fleischman Residence in West

Abby Megan McCarney will read from
the Torah as a bat mitzvah Saturday,
April 3, at Temple
Israel. Her parents
are Carla and Dan
McCarney. She is
the sister of
Matthew and the
grandchild of Elaine
and Rodney
Abby is an honor
student at Orchard
Lake Middle School in West
Bloomfield. She donated clothing and
volunteered her time at Hadassah
House in West .Bloomfield as part of her
mitzvah projects; she also helped at the
Temple Israel Labor Day picnic.

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