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May 07, 2004 - Image 80

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2004-05-07

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B'NAI MITZVAH from page 67

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the simchah. Also
sharing in the
happiness will be
great-grandfather
Sidney Rosenfeld.
She is also the
grandchild of the
late Nathan
Peterman .
Attending
Walnut Creek Middle School in
Walled Lake, where she is an honor
student, Amanda made and distrib-
uted scarves for the needy as part of
her mitzvah projects.

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Jordan Phillip Supowit will cele-
brate his bar mitzvah Saturday, May
8, at Adat Shalom Synagogue. He is
the son of Debra and Jeffrey
Supowit and
brother of Shana
and Samantha.
His grandparents
are Marcia and
Gerald Sinkoff
and the late Esther
and Aaron
Supowit.
Jordan attends
O.E. Dunckel
Middle School in Farmington Hills.
His mitzvah projects included
Summer in the City, housing the
homeless and Purim parcels for
JARC.

Jordyn Michele Waterstone will cel-
ebrate her bat mitzvah Friday, May
7, at Temple Israel. Her parents are
Carrie and Joel Waterstone and her
sister is Lauryn. Her grandparents
are Sidney Feldsteen, Carol
Waterstone, the
late Fred
Waterstone and
the late Bette
Feldsteen. Her
excited great-
grandmother is
Ruth Brandman.
Jordyn is an
honor student at
Warner Middle School in
Farmington Hills. She felt her most
meaningful mitzvah experience was
volunteering at her grandmother's
residence for Alzheimer's patients,
where she helped make projects. She
also helped in Temple Israel's office.

Megan- Jill Weiner will be called to
the Torah as a bat mitzvah Saturday,
May 8, at Adat Shalom Synagogue.
She is the daughter of Sheri and Yale
Weiner and sister of Jason. Sharing
in the simchah will be proud grand-

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