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May 22, 2008 - Image 130

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Family Focus

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Banai Mitzvah from page C23

Ryan Jordan
Feldman, son of
Andrea and Stanley
Feldman, will
celebrate his bar
mitzvah as he reads
from the Torah at
Temple Israel in
Feldman
West Bloomfield
Friday, May 23. He is
the brother of Parker, Kyle and Wyatt.
His proud grandparents are Lori and
Martin Weiner, Val and Lewis Feldman,
Maria and Stanley Francis and Vicki
Hayes. Also sharing in the simchah will
be his proud great-grandmothers Ethel
Galbut and Dorothy Francis.
Ryan attends Orchard Lake Middle
School in West Bloomfield. He felt his
most meaningful mitzvah project was
being involved at Temple Israel during
the housing of the homeless.

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May 22 0 2008

Heidi and Chuck
Freedman of Walled
Lake will be honored
on Saturday, May 24,
as their son Joseph
Alexander (Yosef)
is called to the Torah
as a bar mitzvah at
Freedman
Temple Kol Ami in
West Bloomfield. He is
the brother of Ethan.
Also thrilled are grandparents Myrna
and David Katz of West Bloomfield.
Joey is a student at Walnut Creek
Middle School in Walled Lake. He
volunteers in his school's S.N.A.P.S. pro-
gram, assisting autistic middle-school-
ers with study and socializing skills.

Mollie Janine
Gross will become
a bat mitzvah on
Saturday, May 24, at
Congregation Beth
Emeth in Ann Arbor.
She is the daughter of
Steve and Betsy Gross
Gross
and granddaughter
of Eileen and Harvey
Gross and the late Yetta Greenberg.
Mollie attends West Middle School in
Ypsilanti. Her very meaningful mitzvah
project was reading to the blind, live on
the air at DRIS station, partnering with
her grandmother Eileen Gross.

Sarah Ashley Hoberman, together
with her parents, Cheryl and Steve
Hoberman, will celebrate her bat mitz-
vah Saturday, May 24, at Adat Shalom
Synagogue, in Farmington Hills. She
is the sister of Heather and Danielle.
Proud grandparents are Paul and Eileen

Hoberman of West
Bloomfield. She is also
the granddaughter of
the late Sylvia and the
late Harold Tink.
Sarah is a student at
Walnut Creek Middle
School in Walled Lake.
Hoberman
Her most meaningful
mitzvah project was
her involvement with Yad Ezra, a food
bank in Berkley, where she both volun-
teered and donated funds.

Sarah Bernice Levett,
daughter of Marilyn
Hamer Levett and Al
Levett and the sister of
Aaron, will be called
to the bimah to read
from the Torah as she
becomes bat mitzvah
Levett
at Temple Israel
in West Bloomfield
Saturday, May 24. Her grandparents are
Sadie and Joe Hamer and Roy Levett.
She is also the grandchild of the late
Marilyn (Penny) Levett.
Sarah attends Birmingham
Covington School. Her most meaning-
ful mitzvah project involved donating
supplies and her time to Michigan
Animal Rescue League.

Alana Gayle
Lieberman, the
daughter of Michael
and Lori Lieberman,
will be called to
the Torah and cel-
ebrate her becom-
ing a bat mitzvah
Lieberman
on Saturday, May
24, at Adat Shalom
Synagogue in Farmington Hills. She is
the sister of Andrew, 18, and Marni, 16.
Participating in her bat mitzvah will be
her loving grandparents Warren and
Marion Wolfe, Phyllis and Leon Shy.
Alana attends Walnut Creek Middle
School in Walled Lake. Her favorite
and most rewarding mitzvah project
was delivering Purim parcels to the
residents at the assisted living facilities,
which she began doing at age 7.

Rotter

Maxwell Jay Rotter,
son of Lisa and Dr.
Steven Rotter and
brother of Jake, will
celebrate his bar mitz-
vah as he reads from
the Torah on Friday,
May 23, at Temple
Beth El in Bloomfield
Township. His proud

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