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September 29, 2005 - Image 138

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2005-09-29

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We provide party attendants and take care of all
the details so that you can sit back and enjoy
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• Invite up to 25 kids

• 11/2 hours in the play area

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• Free invitations and paper

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ndrea Wolff and Michael Goldstein were recently married at
Temple Israel. Rabbi Paul Yedwab, Rabbi Lyle Fishman and
Cantor Michael Smolash officiated.
Andrea, the daughter of Ellen and Frank Wolff of Farmington Hills,
and Michael, son of Joanne and Norman Goldstein of Silver Spring,
Md., were thrilled to have family and friends in attendance.
The bride's sister Erica Green was the matron of honor. The brides-
maids were Aileen Goldstein, the groom's sister, Danielle Litt, Hilary
Shanin, Emily Shwedel and Erin Young. Groomsmen were Alan and
Eliot Goldstein, the groom's brothers; Arik Green, brother-in-law of
the bride; Mark Friedman, Marc Shapiro and Amit Natanzon.
Also participating in the ceremony were flower girls Emma and
Noa Green, the bride's nieces.
After a honeymoon in Costa Rica, the couple reside in Chicago.



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arbara and Sol Margolis celebrated their 50 years of marriage
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by their children, Nancy and Peter Winagar, Marcie and Paul
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Rachel, Hilary, Steven, Mallory and Heather. They will be traveling to
Los Angeles in October to further celebrate with friends and family.


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September 29 2005


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