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April 27, 2006 - Image 68

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2006-04-27

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also the great-
grandchild of
the late Elvira
Ancell.
Ariel is a stu-
dent at Dunckel
Middle School
in Farmington
Feldman
Hills. Her most
meaningful
mitzvah project was volunteering to
help with the homeless at temple and
at St. Fabian Church.

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Nancy and
Paul Gross and
the brother
of Adam. His
proud grand- •
parents are
Marion and
Marvin Gross,
Denny and
Gross
Alan Camiener
and Carol
Camiener and
Jim Herrington. Jared is also the great-
grandson of the4ate Sylvia Baer.
Jared is a student at Warner Middle
School in Farmington Hills. He par-
ticipated. in a variety of especially
meaningful mitzvah projects, includ-
ing assisting autistic children in the
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Alexandra Paige Gudenau will
celebrate her bat mitzvah at Temple
Israel Saturday, April 29. She is the

daughter of Cindy Gudenau and Dale
Gudenau and the sister of Matthew.
She is the
grandchild of
Emma Murphy
and William
Resnick, the
-late Mignon •
Resnick, the
late Thomas
Murphy and the
great-grand-
Gtidenau
child of the late
Anna Resnick.
Alexandra is a student at Abbott
Middle School in West Bloomfield. She
baked cookies for foster children at
Hadassah House as one of her mitz-
vah projects.

Marley Samantha Kalt will cel-
ebrke her bat mitzvah at Temple
Beth El Friday, April 28. She is the

daughter of Shari and Mark Kalt,
sister of Amanda and granddaughter
of Marilyn
and Byron
Georgeson,
Gerrie and
Harold Kalt,
Beverly and
Martin Zeldes.
Marley
attends West
Hills Middle
Kalt
School in
Bloomfield
Hills. Her mitz-
vah projects include donating her hair
to Locks of Love.

Benjamin Scott Krawitz, son of
Diane and Dr. John Krawitz and broth-
er of Lauren-
Paige, will be
called to the
bimah on the
occasion of his
bar mitzvah
Saturday, April
29, at Temple
Israel. His
proud
grand-
Krawitz
parents are
Ellen and Dr.
`Herbert Lux and Nancy Krawitz. He is
also the grandchild of the late Philip
Krawitz.
Ben attends West Hills Middle
School in Bloomfield Hills. The mitz-
vah project he found most meaningful
was collecting sweatshirts for under-
privileged teens in the inner city.

Samuel Eli LiChtman-Mikol

will become a bar mitzvah with the
Ann Arbor Reconstructionist
Havurah Saturday April 29. Proud
parents are Lori Lichtman, Dan Mikol,
Kathy Mikol
and Michael
Silverman.
Sharing in
the simchah
will be sister
Breanna Mikol;
grandparents
Rita and Bob
Lichtman-Mikol
Lichtman and
Beverly Mikol.
He is also the
grandson of the late Donald Mikol.
Sam attends Slauson Middle School
in Ann Arbor. One of his mitzvah
projects was collecting school supplies
for AIDS orphans in Zimbabwe with
Veahavta, a Jewish humanitarian relief
organization.

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