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The Detroit Jewish News, 2006-05-11

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Celebrate Mother's Day

Carly Rachel Rosen was called to
the Torah as a bat mitzvah Saturday,
- May 6, at Temple
Israel. She is the
daughter of Anne
and Mark Rosen
and the sister of
Jenna. Also sharing
in the simchah were
proud grandparents
Melanie and Marty
Carly Rosen
Weiss and Iris and
Leo Rosen.
Carly is a student at West Hills
Middle School in Bloomfield Hills.
She felt her most meaningful mitz-
vah project was volunteering for the
American Diabetes Association.

Melanie Robin Rosen celebrated
her bat mitzvah Saturday, May 6, at
Beth Shalom. She
is the daughter of
Michele and Michael
Rosen and sister of
Marcia and Mark.
Proud grandparents
are Sylvia and Jerry
Rosen of Southfield.
She is also the grand-
daughter of the late Carole Lynn
(Cooperman) Jonas and the late J.
Walter Jonas.
Melanie is a student at Norup
Middle School in Oak Park. She partic-
ipated in many mitzvah projects, but
her favorite one was walking in honor
of a family friend for the Leukemia
and Lymphoma Society.

Jenna Eve Rothstein, daughter of
Diana and Charlie Rothstein, will cel-
ebrate her bat mitzvah as she reads
from the Torah at Temple Israel
Saturday, May 13. She
is the sister of Amy,
Peter and Kevin. Her
proud grandparents
are Esther and Milton
Lisner and Joyce and
Ron Rothstein.
Attending Orchard
Lake Middle School
in West Bloomfield,
Jenna worked as a volunteer at the
Jewish Community Center and felt this
was a meaningful mitzvah project.

Mark David Siegel will celebrate his
bar mitzvah as he
reads from the Torah
during Havdalah
services at Temple
Israel, Saturday, May
13. He is the son of
Judy and Kent Siegel
and the brother of
Tami, Gregg, Terri

and Todd. His grandparents Jacquie
and Carl Siegel and Herbert Liner will
share in the simchah. He is also the
grandchild of the late Rosalyn Liner.
Mark attends Abbott Middle School
in West Bloomfield. He felt his most
meaningful project was helping pack
food for the needy at Detroit-based
Gleaners Food Bank.

Joshua David Stone will be called to
the Torah as a bar mitzvah Saturday,
May 13, at Temple
Kol Ami. His excited
and proud parents
are Wendy and Nate
Stone. Also sharing
in this simchah will
be his brother and
sister, Zachary and
Rachel; his grand-
parents Judy Hocher,
Sandy Eichenhorn, Elaine and Harold
Wagenberg, and Sue and Jack Stone;
and his great grandmother Priscilla
Dickman. Josh is also the grandson of
the late Patricia Eichenhorn and the late
Robert Hocher.
Josh is a student at Warner Middle
School in Farmington Hills. He is grate-
ful to be able to partake in one of the
Friendship Circle's wonderful volunteer
opportunities, Sports Night.

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Laura Williams will become a bat
mitzvah Friday, May
12, at Congregation
Chaye Olam. She is
the daughter of Hyla
Williams and Jeffrey
and Teri Williams,
the granddaughter
of Judy Hocher and
Raymond Gottlieb
Carly Rosen
and the great-grand-
daughter of Priscilla Dickman. Laura
is a seventh-grader at East Hills Middle
School in Bloomfield Hills. For her
mitzvah project, she was involved in
helping to recruit walkers and dona-
tions for the NCCJ (National Conference
on Community and Justice) Walk as
One Diversity Walk.

More B'nai Mitzvah

• Congregation B'nai Moshe —
Jared Aston, son of Risa Berris and
Howard Aston (Minchah Saturday).
• Congregation Shaarey Zedek
Southfield — Sophia and Max
Herczeg, children of Sandy and
Charles Herczeg (Saturday).
• Temple Beth El — Scott Lowell
Sherman, son of Larry and Linda
Sherman (Saturday).
• Temple Shir Shalom —
Michael Inglis, son of Joanne and
Jim Inglis (Friday).

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