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The Detroit Jewish News, 2008-05-01

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Mazel Toy!


Ask the Orthodontist

tf your mom or dad takes a look at your teeth and decides they might be a Mlle
crooked, don't worry. You have lots of company. Lots of kids don't have perfect
teeth. In fact, take a look at most of your classmates — they probably don't have
straight teeth °Merl

B'nai Mitzvah from page C21

Rachael Lynn Efros
will be called to the
Torah as a bat mitz-
vah on Saturday, May
3, at Congregation
Beth Shalom in
Oak Park. She is the
daughter of Brenda
and Ron Efros and
the younger sister of
Morgen. Rachael is the granddaughter
of Margot Efros of Huntington Woods,
the late Leonard Efros and the late
Lois and the late Fred Horowitz.
Rachael is a seventh-grade student
at Smith Middle School in Troy. For
her mitzvah project, she gathered new
products from local stores to donate
to Common Ground, an organization
that helps youths, adults and families
in crisis.

Jarrod Gabriel
Goldman and
Elizabeth Rose
Goldman, chil-
dren of Shelley and
Howard Goldman,
will share the bimah
at Temple Israel in
Jarrod Gabriel
West Bloomfield as
they become b'nai
mitzvah Saturday,
May 3. They are the
grandchildren of
Leatrice Lefkowitz
and the late Bernard
Lefkowitz, Miriam
Goldman and the late
Jack Goldman.
Rose Goldman Middle School in
Birmingham, both
children did many
mitzvah projects. Jarrod felt his most
meaningful experience was being
involved with an environmental
science club that does community
service work while Elizabeth helped
new campers at Camp Tamarack in
Ortonville and felt being a tour guide
was very meaningful.

Zachary Lewis Jirik
(Avicha'yil) of West
Bloomfield will be
called to the Torah
as a bar mitzvah
on Saturday, May
3, at Adat Shalom
Synagogue in
Farmington Hills. He
is the son of proud
parents, Karen and Allan Jirik, and the
brother of Jon and Ben. Zachary is the
grandson of the late David and the late
Ruth Norman, the late Warren and the
late Winnifred Jirik.
Zachary is a seventh-grade student
at Hillel Day School of Metropolitan
Detroit in Farmington Hills. His most
meaningful mitzvah project was cre-
ating a mosaic depicting the logo of
Young Judaea, the Zionist youth move-
ment of Hadassah, as a gift to Camp
Young Judaea Midwest.

Sometimes teeth just don't grow In evenly. Your teeth might be crooked, or your
upper and lower Jaws might not be the some size. Whatever Is going on in your
mouth, it's all called a mat-occlusion, a word that comes from Latin and means
'bad btte.'. You need not worry though; an orthodontic specialist can take care of
this and give you a beautiful smile. The orthodontist can determine how best to
straighten your teeth and give you a perfect smile.

Nelson Hersh

Licensed Specialist

if you have any
further questions,
please do not
hesitate to contact
Dr. Hersh at the
newest state-of-
' the-art facility In
West Bloomfield/
2300 Haggerty Rd.,
Suite 1160,

There's good news for you on the braces scene. Braces are much less noticeable than
when your mom or dad were kids. Metal braces are still used, but you might be able
to get clear braces or braces that am the same color as your teeth. The wires that are
used in braces are also smaller and better than they used to be, and they are even
make of a space-age material that shuightens your teeth faster and easier.

And forget about feeling weird about all the contraptions in your mouth. Some
orthodontists have eliminated headgear and uncomfortable forces. The rubber bands
on the braces can be In any combination of colors to make a fashion statement.
Having fun with your braces Is a great way to make the time until they come off
pass faster.

For more information or a complimentary consultation, Just call our office on the
bonier of West Bloomfield/Commerce Township at 248-926-4100 and you will
leave smiling.._/)

Zachary Samuel
Lask will be called
to the Torah as a bar
mitzvah on Saturday,
May 3, at Temple
Emanu-El in Oak
Park. He is the son
of Michael and Julie
Lask and brother of
younger sister Zoe.
He is the grandson of Robert and
Sandra Weitz and Robert and Glenda
Zachary is a seventh-grader at
Norup International School in Oak
Park. His most meaningful mitz-
vah project was volunteering at
the Holocaust Memorial Center in
Farmington Hills.

Aaron Lowe will cel-
ebrate his bar mitz-
vah on Saturday, May
3, at Congregation
Shaarey Zedek West
Bloomfield, B'nai
Israel Center. He is
the son of Jonathan
and Beth Lowe
and the brother of
Maxwell. Proud grandmothers are
Ida Milstein Lowe and June Feldman
Denenberg. Aaron is also the grandson
of the late Maxwell M. Lowe and the
late William Denenberg.
Aaron is a student at Orchard Lake
Middle School in West Bloomfield. His
mitzvah projects include volunteering
at Jewish Home and Aging Services.



Jaimee Brooke Wine
Michigan State University,
B.A. Degree in Advertising


Carly Klan Wine
Wayne State University
Masters Degree in Social Work

Whatever you 'wish
We wisfi for you
Wfiatever you dream .
We dream for you. .

We are so very proud of both of you and all your accomplishments.
May your futures be filled with good health, happiness, peace and success.

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