both are filled with stories of inspiration and freedom
Jake Steven Metzger will celebrate his
bar mitzvah Saturday, April 3, at
Temple Beth El. He
is the son of Shelly
Metzger and older
brother of Chloe.
Proud are grandpar-
ents Eileen and
Gordon Abel, Carol
Metzger and great-
Around the corner or around the globe, someone, somewhere
is being touched by the work of Hadassah.
Our humanitarian efforts continue to make a difference
in thousands of people's lives through medical care and
research, education, youth programs and land reclamation.
Jake is an honor student at Warner
Middle School in Farmington Hills. For
his mitzvah project, he volunteered at
Farmington Hills-based JARC.
Danielle Olivia Sanfield, daughter of
Vivian and Michael Sanfield and sister
of Carly, will celebrate her bat mitzvah
as she reads from the Torah Saturday,
April 3, at Temple Israel. Her proud
grandmothers are Olga Adler and Betty
Sanfield. She is also
the grandchild of
the late Ernest Adler
and the late Jerome
Danielle is an
honor student at
Middle School in
Her most meaningful mitzvah project
was volunteering at Farmington Hills-
based JARC, and helping residents at
their monthly bingo games and at a
Chanukah party. She also assisted at
JARC with a Purim dance.
Melissa Lauren Schneider will celebrate
her bat mitzvah at Temple Israel
Saturday, April 3. Her parents are
Michelle and Steven Schneider and her
sister is Erica. Her grandparents are
Esther and Harold
Radin and Phyllis
and Dr. Paul
in the simchah will
be her proud grand-
Orchard Lake Middle School in West
Bloomfield, where she is an honor stu-
dent. Her mitzvah projects included
volunteering at the Denby Shelter and
helping nursery school children at
Temple Israel as they celebrated
Thanksgiving. She also donated to the
Gift of Life Foundation.
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