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Hannah Rose.
Proud grandparents
are Phyllis and
Herbert Mendelson
and Lily Levine.
Max is an honor
student at Norup
Middle School in
Oak Park. As part of
his mitzvah project,
Max assisted numerous members of the
neighborhood set up their computers
and wireless systems, and he provided IT
instruction. He has earned several hun-
dred dollars and will donate this money
to Yad Ezra in Berkley.

at Temple Israel.
She is the sister of
Brian, Eric, Julie and
Marcy. Her proud
grandparents are
Esther and Nate
Katz and Carole
Goldman. She
is also the grand-
child of the late
Herbert Goldman.
An honor student at Warner Middle
School in Farmington Hills, Marissa
chose to volunteer at Gleaners Food
Bank in Detroit and to do a dance per-
formance at the Make-A-Wish
Foundation as part of her mitzvah proj-
ects.

Aaron Seth Klein will read from the
Torah on the occasion of his bar mitzvah
Friday, May 14, at Temple Israel. He is
the son of Beth and
Bruce Klein and
brother of Sarah.
His grandparents are
Shirlee and Larry
Klein and Edna
Silver. He is also the
grandson of the late
Sally and Max
Stotzky.
Aaron is an honor student at West
Hills Middle School in Bloomfield Hills.
For his mitzvah project, he helped house
the homeless.

Hannah Olivia Rossen Kopen of East
Lansing will be called to the Torah as a
bat mitzvah Saturday, May 15, at
Congregation Shaarey Zedek in East
Lansing. She is the daughter of Barbara
Rossen, formerly of Detroit, and
Raymond Kopen of
Grand Rapids. She
is the granddaughter
of Lucille and Ned
Steinberg and the
late Dr. Jack Rossen
and the great-grand-
daughter of the late
Anna Berman and
the late Ralph
Berman.
Hannah attends MacDonald Middle
School. She made paper floral bouquets
for children in the intensive care unit at
Sparrow Hospital in Lansing and will
volunteer at the Ronald McDonald
House, working with the families of
injured and hospitalized children.

Racha. el Lauren Malerman, daughter of
Janet K. and Stephen B. Malerman and
sister of Kevin, Derek, Josh and Ryan,
will read from the Torah on the occasion
of her bat mitzvah at
Temple Israel
Saturday, May 15.
Her grandparents
are Hazel and Ralph
Williams. She is also
the grandchild of
the late Ruth
Malerman and the
great-grandchild of
the late Kathyrn Williams.
Rachael attends Berkshire Middle
School in Birmingham. As part of her
mitzvah projects, she asked her party
guests to bring a movie or DVD, and
she will donate the products to
Farmington Hills-based JARC.

Danielle Erin Monast, daughter of
Carol and Keith Monast and sister of
Ian, will celebrate her bat mitzvah,
Saturday, May 15, at Temple Israel. Her
proud grandparents
are Sylvia and Sam
Monast and Frances
Tesser. She is also
the granddaughter
of the late Charles
Tesser.
Danielle is an
honor student at
Clifford Smart
Middle School in
Walled Lake. Her most meaningful
mitzvah project was volunteering at the
Fleishman Residence in West
Bloomfield; she also worked at Temple
Israel's Labor Day picnic.

Max Nathan Levine will be called to the
Torah as a bar mitzvah Saturday, May
15, at Congregation Beth Shalom. He
is the son of Drs. Diane and Donald
Levine and brother of Miriam, Carl and

.

Alex Perlman will be called to the Torah
as a bar mitzvah Saturday, May 15, at
Beth Israel Congregation in Ann Arbor.
He is the son of Owen and Sheila
Perlman and Barbara and Neil McGill
and the brother of Sarah Beck-Secord.

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