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November 30, 2006 - Image 108

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2006-11-30

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B'nai Mitzvah from page 67

Austin
Drew
Goodman
will cel-
ebrate his
bar mitzvah
at Temple
Beth EI

Goodman

september 24

the son of
Hilary and
Brian Goodman and the brother
of Griffin and Cameron. His proud
grandparents are Louise and By
Pilchik and Marilyn and Barry
Goodman.
Austin attends West Hills Middle
School in Bloomfield Hills. His
most meaningful mitzvah project
was involvement at the Friendship
Circle in West Bloomfield; he con-
tinues to volunteer weekly.

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Saturday,
Dec. 2. He is

Abigail
Lauren
Hyman,
daughter of
Ellen and
Marshall
Hyman, will
celebrate her
bat mitzvah,
as she shares
Abigail Hyman
the bimah
with her
sister Margaux Saturday, Dec. 2, at
Temple Israel during Havdalah
services. She is also the sister of
Kara Hahn. Her proud grandmoth-
er is Estelle Hyman; she is also the
grandchild of the late Louis Hyman
and the late Janet and Robert
Victor.
Abby attends the Jewish
Academy of Metropolitan Detroit
in West Bloomfield. She and her
sister worked together on a project
to collect donations to send to help
the suffering people of Darfur.

Margaux
Erin
Hyman
will read
from the
Torah as she
becomes a
bat mitzvah
at Temple
Israel
Margaux Hyman
during
Havdalah services Saturday, Dec.
2. Her parents, Ellen and Marshall
Hyman, will proudly watch as she
shares the bimah with her sister

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