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April 23, 2004 - Image 69

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2004-04-23

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The Gift of

late Hannah and
A.J. Goldentahl.
Hayley attends
Bloomfield Hills
Middle School.
Her most meaning-
ful mitzvah project
was helping at an
assisted living
home. She also vol-
unteered at an animal shelter in
Pontiac and is supporting Israel by
planting trees through the Jewish
National Fund.

Scott Arnold Kirschner will celebrate
his bar mitzvah at Temple Israel
Saturday, April 24, when he is called
to the Torah. His parents are Beth and
Dr. David Kirschner and his sister is
Samantha. His excited grandparents
are Emily and Dan Arnold and Helen
Kirschner. He is
also the grandson
of the late Harold
Kirschner.
Scott attends
Orchard Lake
Middle School in
West Bloomfield,
where he is an
honor student. His
mitzvah projects
included helping seniors at the
Fleischman Residence in West
Bloomfield and volunteering at
Temple Israel during the sheltering of
the homeless.

Joshua Harrison Leider of
Farmington Hills became a bar mitz-
vah Friday, April 16, at Temple Kol
Ami. Participating in the special occa-
sion were his mother, Elizabeth
Leider; father, Mark Leider; and sis-
ters, Rachel and Carly. His proud
grandparents are Cookie and Victor
Koblin and Harriet and Irving Leider
of West Bloomfield.
Joshua is an honor student at
Warner Middle School in Farmington
Hills. For his mitzvah project, he vol-
unteered at Yad Ezra in Berkley, col-
lected food for the Oakland County
food bank and collected clothing,
which he donated to a homeless shel-
ter.

Allison Michelle Rein (Ayelet
Miriam) will be called to the Torah as
a bat mitzvah Friday, April 23, at
Temple Shir Shalom. She is the
daughter of Stacie and Jeffrey Rein
and sister of Matthew. Sharing in this
joyous event will be her proud grand-
parents Herbert Goodwin of West
B'NAI MITZVAH'S on page 71

A partnership savings program
for your child's future teen trip to Israel

As we celebrate Yom Ha'atzmaut, Israel's
_birthday, consider giving the gift of Israel
to your child or grandchild.*

BEN
TEITEL
ISRAEL
INCENTIVE
SAVINGS
PLAN :

Thanks to a generous donation from
the BEN N. TEITEL CHARITABLE
TRUST, the community will set aside
$100 for each year that you deposit at
least $150 into a designated savings
account toward a trip to Israel during
their teenage years**

A PARTNERSHIP

SAVINGS PROGRAM

FOR YOUR CHILD'S

FUTURE TEEN TRIP

TO ISRAEL

*Children enrolled 4th - 9th grade are eligible to apply
**Certain restrictions apply

IT'S THE GIFT THAT KEEPS ON GIVING

Federation's

This is Federation

Visit us online: www.thisisfederation.org

Please clip and complete this form in its entirety and send to:
Federation's Alliance for Jewish Education • 6735 Telegraph Road • Suite 370 • Bloomfield Hills, MI 48301

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Child's address

City

State

ZIP

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Child's social security number

Child's date of birth

Jewish school

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