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September 01, 2005 - Image 100

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2005-09-01

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Herman Braunstein. Remy is also the
great-granddaughter of the late Rose
Dwoskin, the late Howard Finsilver,
the late Dora and Alex Hirsh. Remy is
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Welcoming Amelia
home is her excited
big brother Caleb
Max, 3. Proud
grandparents include Ellen and
•Edward Betel of West Bloomfield and
Rabbi Zachary and Lynne Heller of
Newton, Mass. Delighted great-
grandparents include Brenda Betel of
West Bloomfield and Lenore and Ron
Anderson of National City, Mich.

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Carly Elizabeth Baron, daughter of
Nancy and Richard Baron, will read
from the Torah on the occasion of her
bat mitzvah Friday,
Sept. 2, at Temple
Israel. She is the
sister of Michael.
Her grandparents
are Mary and
Milton Baron and
Beverly Salter. She
is also the grand-
child of the late
Charles Salter.
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Carly is an honor
student at Walnut
Creek Middle School in Walled Lake.
Her mitzvah projects included volun-
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Erin Alana Betman
(Esther Ariel) will
be called to the
Torah as a bat mitz-
vah on Saturday,
Sept. 3, at
Congregation
B'nai Moshe. She
is the daughter of
Marc and Diane
Betman
Betman of West
Bloomfield and the
big sister of Michelle. She is also the
granddaughter of Maurice and
-Bernice Betman of West Bloomfield
and Jerry and Lee Ann Salle of
Longboat Key, Fla.
Erin is an honor student at Warner
Middle School in Farmington Hills.
Her mitzvah work includes volunteer-
ing at the Adat Shalom Day Camp
and participating in the Warner
Crusaders in Farmington Hills, mak-
ing and delivering packages for under-
privileged children and senior citizens.
She also has planted flowers at a JARC
home for several years.

Rachel Allyn Brooks will celebrate her
bat mitzvah at Temple Israel Saturday,
Sept. 3. Her par-
ents, Jamie and
Steven Brooks, and
her sister Anna and
brother Noah will
share in the sim-
chah. She is the
grandchild of
Michelle and
Steven Passon and
Jean and Edward
Brooks
Bugg and the great-
grandchild of Doris
Bugg. She is also the great-grandchild
of the late Mary and Isadore Kaner,
the late Catherine and Theodore
Passon, the late Laverna and Wayne
Smith and the late William Bugg.
Rachel is an eighth-grade student at
Bloomfield Hills Middle School. She
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Robert Nolan Berman will celebrate
his bar mitzvah Saturday, Sept. 3, at
Congregation
Shaarey Zedek
Southfield. His
proud parents are
Joyce and Clifford
Berman. He is the
brother of Gabe
and the grandson
of Shirley Berman,
the late Robert
Berman
Berman, Margelee

Greene Ruby and Earl Ruby.
Robert attends Bloomfield Hills
Middle School. His mitzvah projects
include working at the Holocaust
Memorial Center in Farmington Hills,
working at Shabbat services with nurs-
ery school children and working as a
counselor in training at the
Bloomfield Hills summer day camps.
He plans to donate a portion of his
gifts to the Holocaust Memorial
Center, the Make-A-Wish Foundation
and the Michigan Humane Society.

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