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Alexander Michael
Weiss will celebrate
his bar mitzvah at
the Birmingham
Temple in
Farmington Hills on
Friday, June 1. He is
the son of Kelli and
Alexander
Eric Weiss and the
Weiss
grandson of Eileen
and the late Walter
Herbach, Bernice and the late Eugene
Weiss. He is also the great-grandson of
the late Ida Cousens.
Alex is in seventh grade at Abbott
Middle School in West Bloomfield. For
a mitzvah project, he found it mean-
ingful to volunteer his time at Regent
Street, an assisted living facility in
West Bloomfield, where he worked
with the aged on a weekly basis.

Chelsey Nicole
Weiss will celebrate
her bat mitzvah
at the American
Center in Southfield
on Saturday, June
2. She is the daugh-
ter of Kelli and
Chelsey Weiss
Eric Weiss and the
granddaughter of
Eileen and the late Walter Herbach,
Bernice and the late Eugene Weiss. She
is also the great-granddaughter of the
late Ida Cousens.
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Abbott Middle School in West
Bloomfield. In honor of her 13th birth-
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May 31 • 2007

Wishnivetski

Isabella Hannele
Wishnivetski
together with her
parents, Maya and
Leon Wishnivetski,
and brother Eli,
will celebrate her
bat mitzvah at
Havdalah services
Saturday, June 2, at

Temple Israel.
Isabella attends Warner Middle
School in Farmington Hills. She
helped at Gleaners Food Bank in
Detroit and felt that was an especially
meaningful mitzvah project.

More B'nai Mitzvah

• Congregation Shaarey Zedek
Southfield — Sophie Mendel,
daughter of Soozan and Todd Mendel;
Austin Goodman, son of Nelly and
Michael Goodman (Saturday).

• Temple Emanu El Erica
Klevons, daughter of Barbara and
Russell Klevons (Friday).
• Temple Beth El
Nancy Fortier
adult bat mitzvah (Saturday); Spencer
David Freeman, son of Stefany and
Gary Freeman (Saturday evening).
• Congregation Shir Tikvah —
Amy Goldberg, daughter of Peter and
Anne Goldberg (Saturday).

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Interfaith Ties Explored

Allan Gale, associate director of the
Jewish Community Relations Council
of Metropolitan Detroit, will lead a
discussion on interfaith relations in
the community on Friday, June 22, at
Congregation Beth Ahm.
Beth Ahm's Shabbat Limud series
is a monthly Friday night of davening,
dining and learning. All are welcome.
Daven at 6 p.m., dine at 7 and hear
the speaker at 8:15. There will be a
separate Tot Shabbat service and child
care provided.
Dinner cost is $20; children ages 4-
12, $12; children 3 and under are free.
Beth Ahm is located at 5075 W. Maple,
West Bloomfield.
RSVP to Beth Ahm at (248) 851-
6880 or e-mail Executive Director
Tessa Goldberg, director@cbahm.org.

Leading Ambassadors

The Tuesday, June 19, installation lun-
cheon of the Ambassadors of Temple
Beth El will mark the beginning of
Lois Freeman's 10th year as president.
Freeman is also co-chair of the
Brick Campaign, co-head usher, sister-
hood corresponding secretary and a
board member of the synagogue at
7400 Telegraph, Bloomfield Township.
Other officers to be installed are
Sybil Hoffman, first vice president;
Elaine Brockman, second vice presi-
dent; Jeannette MacWilliams, record-
ing secretary; Laura Wise, correspond-
ing secretary; Gordon Seedberg, trea-
surer; Renee Jablonski, program chair.
Renee Jablonski and Phyllis Kaplan
will serve as installing officers for
board members Harriet Burnstein,
Abe Eigel, Stephen Fox, Marcia Harris,
Phyllis Kaplan, Doris Kushner, Phyllis
Marks, Rolly Rogers, Ann Schonberg,
Zelma Sussman, Regina Weiss,
William Weiss and Rose Werney.
Following lunch, Pete Matejcik
of the Bloomfield Township Police
Department will provide safety tips.
Cost of the noon luncheon is $10 for
members and $12 for guests. RSVP
by June 14: Doris Kushner, (248) 352-
5882, or Regina Weiss, (248) 661-5001.

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