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chance to express his love for God and
Torah the way these kids have."
Sheryl Kaminer of Oak Park, whose
16-year-old daughter, Elana, has been
involved with the Friendship Circle
since its inception almost 10 years ago,
was moved by the service.
"Danny's service was breathtaking; it
brought tears to my eyes," she said. "It's
so inspiring to see people with special
needs accepted into the Jewish commu-
nity this way."
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from her most recent stint on the dance
Valerie Lane said she was "happy
that Lauren had an opportunity to feel
as special as other teenagers feel during
this important rite of passage."
"I had a great time; I felt really spe-
cial," said Lauren.
Bassie Shemtov wants to extend that
feeling to others.
"We already have three b'not mitz-
vah planned for next year, although
we're not sure of the format," she said.
Special to the Jewish News
here are certain things I
never expect to see; and,
until last week, the sight of
my daughter, Molly,
laughing and clapping her hands while
dozens of rejoicing friends and family
members carried her around a
balloon-filled room in a chair, was
definitely high on that list.
Since Molly was born 17'/2 years
ago, life has been a virtual roller coaster
ride; and I have tried to maintain a
healthy balance of optimism and reality,
kind of a "hope-for-the-best-but-pre-
But even my best hope had never
approached the wonder of watching
Molly and her friends celebrate this rite
of passage in such a special and mean-