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Jennifer Erin Schoenberger will be
called to the Torah as a bat mitzvah at
Congregation Shaarey Zedek Southfield
Saturday, April 3. She is the daughter of
Alvin and Susan Schoenberger and
younger sister of
Lindsey. Her proud
Janet Randolph of
Southfield. She is
also the granddaugh-
ter of the late
and the late Igor Schoenberger and the
great-granddaughter of the late Maurice
Jennifer is an honor student at West
Hills Middle School in Bloomfield Hills.
Her mitzvah projects included making
baby blankets for Israel, volunteering at
Yad Ezra in Berkley with her grand-
mother and walking for ALS.
Bradley Evan Seid will celebrate his bar
mitzvah as he reads from the Torah on
Saturday, April 3, at Temple Shir
Shalom. His parents
are Nancy and
Jonathan Balbes and
Lee Seid; his broth-
ers are Josh and
Sean; his sister is
Ashley. His grand-
parents are Edward
and Esta Bloom and
Edward and Mitzi
Brad is a seventh-grader at Berkshire
Middle School in Birmingham. He
enjoys volunteering and working with
the children each week in the Friendship
Circle, which he plans to continue with
after his bar mitzvah.
Sarah Allison Tarockoff, daughter of
Marjie and Dennis Tarockoff and sister
of Daniel, will be called to the Torah on
the occasion of her
bat mitzvah Friday,
April 2, at Temple
Israel. Her excited
grandparents are Fay
Tarockoff and Gwen
and Morton Kotler.
She is also the
grandchild of the late Shirlee Kotler.
Sarah attends Walled Lake Middle
School. She organized, collected and
delivered donations to Hospitality House
in Walled Lake an.cl made blankets for
Ronald McDonald House in Detroit as
part of her mitzvah projects.
Ryan Neal Victor celebrated his bar
mitzvah when he was called to the Torah
at Congregation Shaarey Zedek
Southfield Saturday, March 20. Proud
are parents Gail and Howard Victor and
Lindsey and Stacey.
Sharing in the sim-
chah was his grand-
Victor. Ryan is also
the grandson of the
late Simon Victor
and the late Jerry
and Phyllis Mall.
Ryan is an honor
student at West Hills Middle School in
Bloomfield Hills. His mitzvah projects
included helping out at Danto Family
Health Care Center in West Bloomfield,
donating to Yad Ezra in Berkley and pur-
chasing trees in Israel. He also found it
meaningful to earn money and donate
funds to Mazon, to feed the hungry.
Out Of State
Collin Bryant Kushner of Irvine, Calif,
will be called to the Torah as a bar mitz-
vah at Temple Bat Yahm in Newport
Saturday, April 3. He
is the son of Dr.
Jerry and Ronda
Kushner and brother
of Joshua. Proud
Estelle Makrouer of
Collin is also the
grandson of the late
Hy Makrouer and the late Belle
Collin is an honor student at Lakeside
Middle School in Irvine. For his mitzvah
projects, he sold pins to raise money for
ovarian cancer research and memorial
bracelets for those killed in the Aug. 19
terrorist attack in Israel. Collin also
adopted one of the families in Israel
whose son is having a bar mitzvah and
sent them money that was raised.