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11'nai Mitzvah

Mark Bornstein will become a bar mitz-
vah on Friday, April 16, at Temple
Emanu-El. Celebrating with him will be
his parents Ina and Keith Bornstein and
his sister Allison.
Mark is the grand-
son of Lorraine and
Al Dangovian,
Audrey and Melvin
Bornstein and the
late Benin.
Bornstein.
Mark is in seventh
grade at Norup
Middle School in
Oak Park. For his mitzvah project, he
sponsored a family through Volunteers of
America and he helped at various temple
events.

Jaymie Dorit Cohen will be called to the
Torah as a bat mitzvah on Saturday, April
17, at Congregation Shaarey Zedek
Southfield. She is the loving daughter of
Drs. Susan and Steven Cohen of
Franklin and big sister to Sam, Noah and
Joshy. Her proud
grandparents are
Robert and Shirley
Cohen of Solon,
Ohio, and Marilyn
and Dr. Herbert
Mayers of Pepper
Pike, Ohio.
Jaymie is an honor
student in seventh
grade at Berkshire Middle School in
Beverly Hills. For one of her mitzvah
projects, she organized a baby blanket
sewing project, which produced 28
receiving blankets embroidered with
messages for foster care babies at
Orchards Children's Services. Jaymie also
donated 14 inches of her hair to Locks
for Love.

Daniel Max Edelson will be called to the
Torah as a bar mitzvah at Congregation

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Shaarey Zedek
Southfield Saturday,
April 17. He is the
son of Drs. Gary
Edelson and Leora
Bar-Levav and big
brother to Rina and
Jacob. Sharing in the
simchah will be
grandpartents Herb
and Irma Edelson, Sylvia Iwrey and
Pamela Torraco. He is also the grandson
of the late Dr. Reuven Bar-Levay.
- Daniel attends Hillel Day School of
Metropolitan. Detroit in Farmington
Hills. His mitzvah projects include the
sponsoring and arranging for a school
walk for diabetes in support of the
American Diabetes Associaion, buddying
with a child as part of the Friendship
Circle and involvement with Farmington
Hills-based JARC and the Fleischman
Residence in West Bloomfield along with
Hillel classmates. He also contributed
funds to the Jewish National Fund.

Artur Fruman will read from the Torah
on the occasion of his bar mitzvah
Saturday, April 17, at
Temple Israel. He is
the son of Igor and
Liza Fruman and
Milena and Roman
Shlafer and the
brother of Arielle
and Daniel. His
proud grandparents
are Regina and Slava
Umansky, Ida and
Mikhael Fruman and Klava and Jim
Shuhak. He is also the great-grandchild
of the late Galina Golod.
Artur attends Hillel Day School of
Metropolitan Detroit in Farmington
Hills. His most meaningful mitzvah proj-
ect was helping at a soup kitchen; he also
donated funds to Farmington Hills-based
JARC.

Jeffrey Marc Grossman (Yirmeahu
Moshe Myron) will celebrate his bar
mitzvah at Minchah services Saturday,
April 17, at
Congregation Beth
Shalom. His proud
parents are Sally
Grossman and
Leonard Grossman
and his older sister is
Michelle Erica. His
ecstatic grandparents
are Esther Kosova,
Hilda and Jack
Grossman and Shirlee and Ray Kosova.
Jeff is an honor student at Anderson
Middle School in Berkley. For. his mitz-
vah project, he visited seniors at the
American House with his Hebrew school
class. For the past six years, he has also
volunteered at Yad Ezra in Berkley, along
with participating at the Coalition On
Temporary Shelter in Detroit. On occa-
sion, he plays piano and sings for the
seniors at the Evergreen Convalescent
Center.

JamieRose Peters of Milford will be
called to the Torah as a bat mitzvah at
Temple Kol Ami on Saturday, April 17.
Sharing in this special event will be par-
ents Elayne and Michael Peters, brothers
Jeramy and Stephen,
grandparents Phyllis
and Jack Kramer,
Grace and Eugene
Peters, and great-
grandmothers Betty
Garland, Jenny
DiBenedetto and
Freyda Kramer.
Jamie is an honor
student at Muir
Middle School in Milford. For her mitz-
vah project, Jamie volunteered at the
YMCA, conducted crafts at Fleischman
Residence in West Bloomfield and par-
ticipated in Temple Kol Ami's madrichim
(aides) program.

Engagements
GOODIVIAN-FRANKFORD

KIMELMAN-ANNES

arc and Francine Wise of
Farmington Hills, Gail Rose
Ili of Phoenix, Ariz., and Jack
Frankford of Bloomfield Hills are
delighted to announce the engagement
of their children Richelle Lynn
Goodman and Warren Fisher Frankford.
Richelle received a bachelor of arts
degree and a master of arts degree in
speech language pathology from Wayne
State University. She is a teacher in
speech and language impaired for the
Livonia Public Schools.
Warren received a bachelor of arts
degree in communications from Bowling
Green State University in Ohio. He is an
assistant director for B'nai B'rith Youth
Organization in West Bloomfield.

beryl and Dr. Joel Kimelman of
West Bloomfield are delighted to
announce the engagement of
their daughter Shanah Renee to John
George Annes, son of Janice and Jim
Annes of Glenview, Ill.
Shanah has master's degrees from
DePaul University in Chicago and
National Lewis University in Evanston,
Ill. She is a learning disabilities specialist
in a Chicago charter school.
John received his undergraduate
degree in biology from University of
Illinois and a master of science in exer-
cise physiology and a physical therapy
degree at the University of Illinois at
Chicago. He practices orthopedic and
sports medicine physical therapy at

Alexander Louis Waldman (Arye Lev)
will read from the Torah on the occasion
Of his bar mitzvah Saturday, April 17, at
Adat Shalom Synagogue. He is the son
of Pearl and Martin Waldman and
brother of Brian and Lisa. His proud
grandparents are Sylvia and Saul
Waldman and Freda Goldman. He is
also the grandson of
the late Leon
Goldman.
Alexander is a sev-
enth-grade double
honor student at
Hillel Day School of
Metropolitan
Detroit in
Farmington Hills. As
part of his mitzvah
project, he participated as a volunteer
counselor in training at Camp Betman.
Through school, he participates in the
JARC and Dor Mor programs.

Out Of State

Adam Jacob Sinkoff celebrated his bar
mitzvah Saturday, March 20, at
Congregation Dor Hadash in San
Diego. He is the son of former Oak
Parker Gordon Sinkoff and Elizabeth
and the brother of Jason. Proud grand-
parents are Mollie Sinkoff of West
Bloomfield and
Janalee Harris of San
Diego. He is also the
grandson of the late
Aaron Sinkoff. He is
the great-grandson
of the late Sarah and
Morris Price and the
late Bea and Bill
Smith.
Adam attends Earl
Warren Middle School in San Diego,
where he is an honor student. His mitz-
vah project involved his volunteering at
the synagogue and at the San Diego JCC
for special events.

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A May wedding is planned at Adat
Shalom Synagogue.

University Of Chicago Hospitals.
A September wedding is planned at
the Roostertail in Detroit.

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