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The Detroit Jewish News, 2007-02-08

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Morgen Ann
Efros will be called
to the Torah as a
bat mitzvah on
Saturday, Feb. 10,
at Congregation
Beth Shalom. She
is the daughter of
Brenda and Ron
Efros and the older sister of Rachael.
Morgen is the granddaughter of
Margot Efros of Huntington Woods,
the late Leonard Efros and the late
Lois and the late Fred Horowitz.
Morgen is a seventh-grade student
at Smith Middle School in Troy. For
her mitzvah project, she donated her
time as an in-class aide/mentor to the
first-grade students on Sunday morn-
ings at the Beth Shalom Religious

Alexis Danielle
Ernst, daughter
of Deborah and
Robert Ernst, will
celebrate her bat
mitzvah on Friday,
Feb. 9, at Temple
Israel. Her twin
brothers, Matthew
and Jason, will share this special day.
Her proud grandparents are Marian
and Don Alexander and Max Ernst.
Alexis is also the granddaughter of the
late Ellen Ernst.
Alexis is a seventh-grade student
at Berkshire Middle School in Beverly
Hills. She was proud to donate funds
to a women's domestic violence shelter
in Israel as one of her mitzvah proj-

Karlee Frances Goodwin, daughter
of Scott and Monica Goodwin and
Kristin and Eric Oliver, will celebrate
her bat mitzvah at Temple Israel,
Saturday, Feb. 10, at Havdalah ser-
vices. She is the sister of Alana and
Ashley. Her proud grandparents are

Leatrice and Murray
Goodwin and Mary
Fazakas. She is
also the grandchild
of the late Albert
Karlee is a stu-
dent at Cranbrook-
Kingswood in
Bloomfield Hills. Her most meaningful
mitzvah project involved spend-
ing time helping at the Holocaust
Memorial Center.

Josh Kominars
became a bar
mitzvah Saturday,
Feb. 3, at Temple
Emanu El. He is
the son of Arlene
and Aron Kominars
and brother of
Lauren. His grand-
parents are Sharon Rome, the late
Richard Rome, Allan and Charlotte
Kominars, the late Lillian Kominars.
Josh attends Walnut Creek Middle
School in Walled Lake. His mitzvah
projects included volunteering at Yad
Ezra in Berkley.


Elliot Peck will be
called to the Torah
as a bar mitzvah
at Congregation
Shaarey Zedek
Southfield on
Saturday, Feb. 10.
He is the son of
Andrea and George
Peck. Proud grandparents are Lillian
Peck and William Kandilian. He is also
the grandson of the late Dr. Theodore
E. Peck and the late Esther Kandilian.
Elliot attends Detroit Country Day
School in Beverly Hills. Among his
mitzvah projects, he found the vol-
unteering of his time at Yad Ezra in
Berkley to be especially meaningful.

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of Bloomfield Hills recently
ebrated their 50th wedding anni-
versary at a beautiful party given with love
by their son, Dale Fuller, at the Reserve in
Birmingham. Close friends, relatives, includ-
ing their grandchildren, helped them cel-
ebrate and renew their vows. A brunch was
given at the Townsend Hotel in Birmingham
to complete the weekend's festivities.


February 8 • 2007

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