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September 22, 2005 - Image 72

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2005-09-22

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B'NAI MITZVAH from page 71

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at the JCC and donated funds to
Endowment for Surgical Research, a
charity that funds programs at
Children's Hospital of Michigan. In
addition, he assisted at Temple Israel's
library as part of his mitzvah projects.

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Adam Gregory Fisher will be called to
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mitzvah Saturday,
Sept. 24, at
Congregation
Shaarey Zedek
West Bloomfield,
B'nai Israel
Center. He is the
son of Laurie and
Bruce Fisher of
Franklin and
Adam Fisher
brother of Kaitlin.
Proud grandparents
are Lenore and Don Klein and
Lorraine and Arnie Fisher of West
Bloomfield.
Adam is an honor student at
Berkshire Middle School in Beverly
Hills. His mitzvah projects include
helping Congregation Shaarey Zedek
to become a Mazon partner, donating
funds to Mazon and Hurricaine
Katrina relief, donating food and
assisting at Yad Ezra in Berkley and
sukkah building at a JARC home.

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Jordan Alisa Earnest will celebrate her
bat mitzvah as she
reads from the
Torah on Saturday,
Sept. 24, at Temple
Kol Ami. She is the
daughter of Ronna
and Rick Earnest.
Sharing in her spe-
cial day will be her
grandparents
Beverly and
Earnest
Leonard
Applebaum of
Bloomfield Hills and Lois Earnest of
Farmington Hills.
Jordan is an honor student at
Dunckel Middle School in
Farmington Hills. Her mitzvah proj-
ects included donating 12 inches of
her hair to Locks of Love and raising
more than $400 for the Make-A-Wish
Foundation by participating in the
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Brian Benjamin Fisher of West

Bloomfield will be called to the Torah
as a bar mitzvah on Saturday, Sept.
24, at Adat Shalom Synagogue.
Participating in the service will be his
proud parents, Gail and Steven Fisher,
brother Aaron and sister Emily. Also
sharing in the simchah will be thrilled

grandparents Ellen
and Myron
Gruskin and
Beverly and Allan
Levin. Brian is also
the grandson of the
late Alvin Fisher.
Brian is an honor
student at Detroit
Brian Fisher
Country Day
School in Beverly
Hills. His mitzvah projects included
packing meals at Yad Ezra in Berkley
and at Gleaners, preparing meals and
serving dinner to the homeless at Adat
Shalom and building a sukkah at a
JARC home during the Federation's
Itsa Mitzvah Day.

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Laura Anne Groden will be called to
the bimah as she
celebrates her bat
mitzvah Saturday,
Sept. 24, at Temple
Israel. She is the
daughter of Donna
and Barry Groden
and the sister of
Sarah and Jacob.
Sharing in the sim-
Groden
chah will be her
grandparents
Marion and Morris Groden, Pauline
and Raymond Smolinski and
Geraldine Hudson.
Laura attends West Hills Middle
School in Bloomfield Hills. As part of
her mitzvah projects, she chose to
donate funds to Students Against
Destructive Decisions, helped at
Temple Israel's Purim carnival and for
the past two years has volunteered at
Federation's Mitzvah Day.

Hannah Elizabeth
Gross will be called
to the Torah as a bat
mitzvah Saturday,
Sept. 24, at
Congregation B'nai
Moshe. Sharing in
the joy of this spe-
cial occasion will be
parents, Suzy and
Marty Gross, broth- Gross
er Ian, sister Molly,
grandparents Sharon and Jerome
Horwitz and Harold Gross. She is also
the grandchild of the late Harriet Gross.
Hannah is an eighth-grade honor
student at Hillel Day School of
Metropolitan Detroit in Farmington
Hills. Her mitzvah project included
working with JARC residents and par-
ticipating in the Dor L'Dor program
at Fleischman Residence in West
Bloomfield.

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