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May 14, 2004 - Image 64

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This Spring, a trip to Israel
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B'NAI MITZVAH from page 63

grandparents are
Marian Wolfson of
Novi and Joyce and
Alan Hawkins of
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Scott attends
Warner Middle
School in Farmington Hills. His mitzvah
projects included volunteering at the
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Ezra food drive and pet care.

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Stephanie Claire Horwitz (Klara Shifra)
of West Bloomfield will become bat
mitzvah at Congregation Shaarey Zedek
West Bloomfield, B'nai Israel Center
Saturday, May 15. Participating in the
ceremony will be Gina and Arthur
Horwitz and Daniel and Adam
Horwitz. Proud
grandparents are
Berta and Philip
Wesler of Walnut
Creek, Calif:, and
Sally and Morton
Horwitz of New
Haven, Conn.
Stephanie is a
double honors stu-
dent at Hillel Day
School of Metropolitan Detroit in
Farmington Hills. She had a bat mitzvah
on Masada in December as part of a
family b'nai mitzvah tour. For her mitz-
vah project, Stephanie collected three
duffle bags filled with new toys and
delivered them to the orthopedically
handicapped children at Alyn Hospital,
in Jerusalem. She has also been a volun-
teer with Farmington Hills-based JARC
siiice the age of 3.

Nicole Arielle Jackson will be called to
the Torah as a bat mitzvah Saturday,
May 15, at Adat Shalom Synagogue.
She is the daughter
of Dr. Richard and
Ronda Jackson and
sister of Ryan. Proud
grandparents are
Marlene and
Sanford Walkon and
Maxine and Ted
Jackson.
Nicole is an honor
student at Walled
Lake Middle School. Her mitzvah proj-
ect included working in the nursery
school at Adat Shalom.

Marissa Nicole Katz, daughter of Sherri
Katz and Cathy and Jerry Katz, will cele-
brate her bat mitzvah, Saturday, May 15,

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