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The Detroit Jewish News, 2008-01-31

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dental needs of infants, children, adolescents.

Rose is a seventh-grader at Clague
Middle School in Ann Arbor. In cel-
ebration of her bat mitzvah and in the
spirit of tzedakah, contributions were
made toward the Janice Charach and
Jeffrey Charach Paramedic Training
Scholarships through the American
Red Magen David for Israel, John J.
Mames Chapter-Michigan Region.


Dylan Keen will be
called to the Torah
as a bar mitzvah on
Saturday, Feb. 2, at
Temple Kol Ami
in West Bloomfield.
His parents, Dalia
and Elliott Keen, and
siblings Maya and
Dan are very proud

of him.
Dylan is a student at Warner Middle
School in Farmington Hills. He is a
madrich (assistant) at Temple Kol Ami.

Sean Benjamin
King, together with
his parents, Loren
King and Eric King,
will celebrate his bar
mitzvah Saturday,
Feb. 2, at Temple
Israel in West
Bloomfield. He is the
brother of Blake and
Jaden and the grandson of Marcia and
Isadore King and Peg Stacey. He is also
the grandson of the late Jean and the
late Ben Sussman, the late Lela and the
late Glenn Greene.
Sean attends Warner Middle School
in Farmington Hills. One of his mitz-
vah projects involved volunteering at
Detroit-based Gleaners Food Bank and
he felt that was quite meaningful.

Shelby Lynn
Lonnerstater will be
called to the Torah
as a bat mitzvah
on Saturday, Feb.
2, at Adat Shalom
Synagogue in
Farmington Hills.
She is the daughter
of Diane and Brian
Lonnerstater and the sister of Matthew,
Brandon and Jared. Loving grandpar-
ents Sheila and Martin Lederman and
Shirley Lonnerstater will join Shelby on
this special day. She is also the grand-
daughter of the late Henry Lonnerstater.
Shelby is a seventh-grader at
Geisler Middle School in Walled Lake.
Her mitzvah projects included the
Friendship Circle in West Bloomfield.

Alexandra Gerra
Smith, daughter
of Pam and Randy
Smith and sister of
Garrett and Amanda,
will celebrate her
bat mitzvah as she
leads the congrega-
tion at Temple Israel
in West Bloomfield
Friday, Feb. 1. She is the grandchild
of Sheila and Burt Rissman, Deane
and Barry Safir and Ronald Smith.
She is also the grandchild of the late
Geraldine Rissman.
Alexandra is a student at Hillel Day
School of Metropolitan Detroit in
Farmington Hills. The mitzvah project
she found most meaningful was her
involvement with the children at West
Bloomfield-based Friendship Circle.

More B'nai Mitzvah
• Congregation B'nai Moshe
— Benjamin Corson, son of
Richard Corson and Diane Greenley

A Shout To Scouts
All Jewish boys involved in Scouting
programs through Boy Scouts of
America are invited to participate in
one or both of the 2008 Scout Shabbat
programs the weekend of Feb. 8.
Adat Shalom Synagogue in
Farmington Hills will host a Scout
Kabbalat Shabbat service at 5:45 p.m.
Friday, Feb. 8. The men's club sponsors
Troop 364, whose members come from
Jewish day schools of all streams and
public and private schools.
Scouts also are invited to a Pack
364 overnight at Bais Chabad of North
Oak Park, 15401 W. 10 Mile. The pro-
gram begins with a 4:30 p.m. arrival
on Friday, Feb. 8, and concludes with
Havdalah and awards presentation
at 7 p.m. Saturday. Programs include
oneg Shabbat, Kiddush and dinner,
farbrengen, parshah stories, Kollel
Torah Mitzion-sponsored father-and-
son programs and outdoor activities,
Saturday Kiddush and lunch, scouting-
centered activities and all meals.
There is a charge for the over-
night, which includes sleeping at the
synagogue. Troop 364 affiliation is not
required for any of the events, which
are open to all Jewish Scouts.
For information about any Jewish
Scouting program or the oneg Shabbat
at Adat Shalom, e-mail Allen Olender
at JewishScouters@aol.com. For infor-
mation about the Bais Chabad over-
night, contact Nathaniel Warshay,
warshay@comcast.net .


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