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The Detroit Jewish News, 2007-05-03

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Ask The Orthodontist

West Bloomfield School Board

I am Nelson "Nick" Hersh and I am running for re-election
for West Bloomfield School Board on Tuesday, May 8, 2007.

Barbara Spreitzer-Berent and Melvyn
Berent of Huntington Woods, Kathy
LeClaire of Big Rapids and Mitch
LeClaire of Kalkaska. Great-grandfa-
ther is PaPa Louis Berent of Southfield.
Sophie Anne is also the great-grand-
daughter of the late and dearly missed
Bess and Harold Lupiloff and the late
Anne Berent.

Dec. 11
Lana Sobolnitsky
and Don Schaefer
of Waterford are
thrilled to announce
the birth of their
daughter, Rachel
Schaefer
Sofia. Proud big
brother is Jonathan, 6. Sharing in
their joy are grandparents Nellia and
Vladimir Sobolnitsky of Palm Coast,
Fla., formerly of Metro Detroit, Rose
and Herman Schaefer of Macomb
Township and great-grandmother
Adeline Bergamo. Rachel is named in
loving memory of her maternal great-
great-grandmothers Raisa and Sofia.

Oct. 29
Dana (LaKritz)
and Scott Marcus
of Birmingham
are thrilled to
announce the birth
of their son, Mason
Marcus
Reed (Chaim
Israel). Welcoming Mason into their
family is 3-year-old brother Ethan
Harrison. Excited grandparents are
Cheryl and Barry LaKritz and Linda
and Dr. Henry Marcus. Proud great-
grandmother Dolly Weinstein also
welcomes Mason with much love.
Mason is named in loving memory of
his paternal great-grandfather Irving
Marcus and his maternal great-great-
grandmother Ada Betman.

Adam Egrin (Abraham) of Southfield
will become a bar mitzvah at Temple
Beth El on Friday, May 4. Participating
in the ceremony will be Stuart and
Carol Egrin and Allison Egrin. Proud
grandparents are Richard and Estelle
Egrin of Oak Park and Arline Sylvest,
also of Oak Park. Proud great-grand-
father is Clement Weitzman of West
Bloomfield.
Adam is a student at Berkshire
Middle School in Beverly Hills. His
mitzvah project was working at Yad
Ezra in Berkley.

Daniel Adam
Fernquist will be
called to the Torah
at Temple Kol Ami
as a bar mitzvah
on Saturday, May
5. Sharing in this
special occasion
Fernquist
will be his parents,
Sheri Katzman and David Fernquist,
and brothers Joshua and Benjamin.
Daniel's proud grandparents are
Barbara and Maurice Katzman and
Sharon and James Fernquist.
Daniel is a student at Warner
Middle School in Farmington Hills.
His mitzvah projects included volun-
teering at Yad Ezra in Berkley.

Michelle Rikki
Gooel, daughter
of Lisa and Bruce
Good, will read from
the Torah as she
celebrates her bat
mitzvah Friday, May
4, at Temple Israel.
Gooel
She is the sister of
Lauren, Stephanie and Jenna. Her
proud grandparents are Jo and Edward
Simon and Elaine Kaufman. She is
also the grandchild of the late Richard
Gooel and the late Myron Kaufman
and the great-grandchild of the late
Alma and the late Bert Gooel.
Michelle attends Orchard Lake
Middle School in West Bloomfield.
Making blankets and delivering them
to children who are ill at Ronald
McDonald House and serving the
children and their parents lunch was
the mitzvah project that had the most
meaning to her.

Evan Andrew
Joshowitz (Amnon),
son of Jeffrey and
Dawn Joshowitz,
will be called to the
Torah for his bar
mitzvah service on
Saturday, May 5,
Joshowitz
at Congregation
Shaarey Zedek Southfield. He is the
brother of Bradley and the grandchild
of Herbert and Joan Joshowitz and
Lillian Zelenka. He is also the grand-
child of the late Richard Zelenka.
Evan is a seventh-grade student at
Orchard Lake Middle School in West
Bloomfield. He enjoyed participating
in several mitzvah projects, including
volunteering at Yad Ezra food pantry
in Berkley.

B'nai Mitzvah on page 58

In my orthodontic practice I have improved thousands of
kids' smiles and have always put the best interest of each
child first. Not every child needs braces but every child
deserves and is entitled to the best education in a safe and
encouraging environment. The school's responsibility is
to provide this so each child will be prepared for whatever
future they decide.

Nelson Hersh
DDS, MS
Licensed Specialist

I have three daughters, Michelle, Jessica, and Rebecca, and all are in the public
schools or have completed their education there. They have all benefited from
an excellent education in West Bloomfield schools, and I want to ensure that for
each of your children.

Education will always be a priority with me, having begun in early childhood,
being the son of a teacher. In the past I have donated funds to West Bloomfield
and other schools and now I want to continue donating my time. I promise to do
the best job I can and will always be accessible and approachable. My experience
with running a small business will help with fiscal responsibility, problem solving,
and giving taxpayers and citizens your fair dollars' worth in education.

I assure you that I will "listen" to the residents. I have children in our school
district, reside here, and set as a priority making our schools superior in
performance and reputation, and therefore helping make West Bloomfield
desirable and retaining our property values.

I hope that you will remember to vote Tuesday, May 8, 2007 and that you allow
me to represent your bests interests. Your vote will make a difference.

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School Board.

Nelson (Nick) Hersh
DDS, MS

Licensed Specialist

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