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May 01, 2008 - Image 100

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2008-05-01

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With an ad in The Jewish News featuring our 2008 graduates!


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true. Good luck on your new adventure
at the University of Michigan.

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May 1 • 2008

B'nai Mitzvah from page C23

Cameron Austin
Meyer, son of Jay

and Cindy Meyer,
will be called to the
Torah as a bar mitz-
vah Saturday, May
3, at Congregation
Shaarey Zedek in
East Lansing. Proud
siblings are Seth and
Brooke Meyer. Sharing this special day
will be great-grandmother Eva Weiner,
grandmother Edythe Meyer and
grandfather Jerry Weisberg. Cameron
is also celebrating this day in heartfelt
memory of grandmother Rosalind
Weisberg and grandfather Sanford
Cameron is a seventh-grader at
Kinawa Middle School in Okemos. His
mitzvah project involved raising funds
to help support spinal injury research
in honor of his brother Seth; Shoot
for the Cure is a hockey-focused cam-
paign of the American and Canadian
spinal research communities.

Adam Nathan
Phillips will cele-
brate his bar mitzvah
as he reads from the
Torah Friday, May 2,
at Temple Israel in
West Bloomfield. His
parents are Julie and
Mitchell Phillips and
his sister is Rachel.
Sharing in the simchah will be his
proud grandparents Donna and Will
Phillips and Sylvia and Leonard Rouff.
Adam attends Geisler Middle School
in Walled Lake. He felt it was very
meaningful, as a mitzvah project, to
collect blankets for VetSelect in Novi
and the Leader Dogs for the Blind in

Jessica Nicole
Randolph, will be
called to the Torah
as a bat mitzvah
Saturday, May 3,
at Congregation
Shaarey Zedek
Southfield. She is
the daughter of Abby
and Eric Randolph
and sister of Josh and Halle. Sharing in
this simchah will be proud grandpar-
ents Leah and Howard Levinsky and
Janet Randolph. She is also the grand-
daughter of the late Charles Randolph.
Jessica is a student at Berkshire
Middle School in Beverly Hills. Her
most meaningful ongoing mitzvah
project is working at a summer camp
through Birmingham Schools, assist-
ing autistic children.

Alexander Blake
Rocklin will cel-
ebrate his bar mitz-
vah on Saturday,
May 3, at Beth
Emet Synagogue
in Evanston, Ill.
He is the son of
former Detroiter
Andy and Leigh
Rocklin of Wilmette, Ill., and the big
brother of sister Olivia. Participating
in the celebration will be Alex's grand-
parents Sharon and Shel Rocklin of
Farmington Hills and Gayle and Elliot
Schlang of Chagrin Falls, Ohio.
Alex is a seventh-grader at Wilmette
Jr. High. His mitzvah projects included
helping to stock and organize food for
a shelter that helps homeless people
get back on the road to self-sufficiency.

More B'nai Mitzvah
• Temple Beth El — Jessica Rachel
Brownstein, daughter of David
Brownstein and Allison Selko (Friday).

Manchel 60th

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Mazel Tovl

rank and Pearl Manchel of West
Bloomfield celebrated their 60th
wedding anniversary in Las Vegas
with their children, Howard and Janet
Manchel of Atlanta, Jim and Karen Manchel
of West Bloomfield, Bruce and Jennine
Manchel of San Diego. Their grandchildren
are Veronica, Michael, Allyson, Brett and

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