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May * 2006

Daniel Scott Freed, son of Laini and
Larry Freed and brother of Josh and
Jake, will read from the Torah on the
occasion of his bar
mitzvah at Temple
Israel Saturday, May
13. His grandpar-
ents are Bonnie and
Jim Weitzman and
Lenore Freed. He is
also the grandchild
Freed
of the late Jack Freed.
His proud great-
grandfather is Clem Weitzman.
Daniel attends West Hills Middle
School in Bloomfield Hills. He felt it
was especially important to donate
funds to the Israeli Defense Forces as
part of his mitzvah experience.

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Maxwell Ellis Brown, son of Tami
and Eric Brown, grandson of Roland
and Lea Beurer and Bob and Beverly
Brown and brother of Sam, Sydney and
— Ira, will celebrate
his bar mitzvah
Saturday, May 13
at Congregation
B'nai Moshe. He
will also read from.
the Torah on Masada
in June during a fam-
Brown
ily trip to Israel.
Max is a seventh grade student at
Hillel Day School of Metropolitan
Detroit in Farmington Hills. As part of
his mitzvah project, he participated in
the Dor L' Dor and. JARC programs at
school.

Michelle Alyse Friedman will
celebrate her bat mitzvah at Temple
Israel on Friday, May 12. Her parents
are Lynda and Dr.
Harold Friedman.
She is the sister of
Amy, Emily, Ben and
Julia. Her grandpar-
ents are Helen and
Arthur Braverman
and Lillian
Friedman
Friedman. She is also
the grandchild of the
late Joseph H. Friedman.,
Michelle attends Birmingham
Covington School. Working at an ani-
mal shelter in Pontiac was the mitzvah
project she felt was most meaningful.

Julie Sima-Michelle Lowenthal
will read from the Torah as she
celebrates her
bat mitzvah at
Temple Israel
Friday, May 12. Her
parents are Kathy
Lowenthal and Dr
Jeff Lowenthal. She
is the sister of Josh,
Lowenthal
Erika and Gabby.

Her proud grandparents are Sheila
and Burt Rissman, Doreen and Robert
Lowenthal. She is also the grandchild
of the late Geraldine Rissman and the
late Elaine Lowenthal and the great-
grandchild of the late Arm and Harry
Korman and the late Goldie and Max
Rissman.
Julie is a student at Hillel Day School
of Metropolitan Detroit in Farmington
Hills. She felt her most meaningful
mitzvah project was her weekly partici-
pation with Friendship Circle in West
Bloomfield.

Andrew Richard Modell, son of
Karen and Jeffrey Modell and brother
of Eric, will read from the Torah as he
celebrates his bar mitzvah Saturday,
May 13, at Temple
Israel. His grandpar-
ents are Nancy and
Cecil Raitt. He is also
the grandchild of the
late Sola and Richard
Modell. His proud
great-grandmother is
Modell
Beatrice Raitt.
Andrew is a student at Cranbrook
Middle School in Bloomfield Hills. He
felt it was especially meaningful to
volunteer at Gleaners Community Food
Bank as one of his mitzvah projects.

Shelby Jordyn Popkin, daughter
of Maureen Popkin and Doug Popkin,
will celebrate
her bat mitzvah
Saturday, May 13
at Temple Israel.
She is the sister of
Leah and the grand-
child of Kenneth
Reynolds and Chaya
Piotrkowski.
Popkin
Shelby is a student
at Bloomfield Hills Middle School.
Her most meaningful mitzvah project
involved volunteering at the Bloomfield
Hills School Farm and Nature Center
during school breaks, which she has
done for several years.

Jason Andrew RexfOrd will become
a bar mitzvah at Temple Beth El
Saturday, May 13.
He is the son of Paul
and Diane Rexford
and the grandson of
Leon Etelman, the
late Harriet Etelman,
Betty Rexford and
the late Francis (Red)
Rexford.
Rexford .
Jason is a seventh-
grader in Walled Lake Middle School.
His mitzvah projects include an espe-
cially meaningful one, collecting sup-
plies for the Michigan Animal Rescue
League, where he will be volunteering.

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