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June 05, 2008 - Image 89

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2008-06-05

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Adam Zachary
Chrostowski, together
with his parents,
Melanie Conn and Gil
Chrostowski, will cel-
ebrate his bar mitzvah
during Havdalah ser-
vices, at Temple Israel
Chrostowski
in West Bloomfield,
Saturday, June 7. He
is the brother of Eden, Leah and Noah.
His proud grandparents are Jeanne and
Leonard Chrostowski. He is also the
grandchild of the late Phyllis and Albert
Conn.
Adam is a student at Clifford Smart
Middle School in Walled Lake. Of his
many mitzvah projects, he felt the most
meaningful was the JARC holiday cel-
ebration.

Adam Mitchell
Cooper and Daniel
Jason Cooper will
share the bimah at
Temple Israel in West
Bloomfield as they
become b'nai mitzvah
on Saturday, June 7.
They are the sons of
Beth and Michael
Cooper and the broth-
ers of Josh. Sharing in
the simchah is grand-
father Barry Wiland
of Naples, Fla., and
grandfather Bernard
Cooper of Oak Park.
Daniel Cooper
Adam and Daniel
attend Orchard Lake
Middle School in West Bloomfield.
Among their many mitzvah proj-
ects, they participated in the Jewish
Federation's Mitzvah Day and both b'nai
mitzvah felt it was very meanin

Alec Reid
Furstenberg will be
called to the bimah as
he celebrates his bar
mitzvah, Friday, June
6, at Temple Israel in
West Bloomfield. He
is the son of Ilene and
Furstenberg
David Furstenberg and
the brother of Emily.
Sharing in the celebration will be his
grandparents, Betty and Joe Pfeiffer. He
is also the grandson of the late Annette
and Jerry Furstenberg.
Alec attends Geisler Middle School in
Walled Lake. Among his many mitzvah
projects, he volunteered at Yad Ezra
kosher pantry in Berkley and felt that
was very meaningful.

David Richard
Gourov, will be
called to the bimah
at Temple Israel in
West Bloomfield,
Saturday, June 7, to
read from the Torah
on the occasion of
Gourov
his bar mitzvah. His
parents are Lyudmila
and Vladislav Gourov and his brother is
Andrew. Proud grandparents are Nella
and Albert Khenkin and Larisa Gourov
and Roman Freyman.
David attends Geisler Middle School
in Walled Lake. His most meaningful
mitzvah project was teaching little chil-
dren Tae Kwon Do.

Tyler Kramer of West
Bloomfield became a
bar mitzvah at Temple
Shir Shalom in West
Bloomfield Friday, May
23. He is the son of
Evan and Peri Kramer
and the brother of
Allison. Grandparents
are Marilyn Schiff,
the late Edwin Schiff, William and Lois
Kramer.
Tyler attends Clifford Smart Middle
School in Walled Lake. His mitzvah
project was being a youth ambassador
for the American Diabetes Association
Tour de Cure Bike Ride, to raise money
for diabetes research; Team Tyler has 51
riders and raised $20,000.

Jeremy Logan
Loewenstein (Ya'acov)
will be called to the
Torah as a bar mitzvah
_ on Saturday, June 7,
at Temple Beth El in
Bloomfield Township.
Proud parents are Dana
Loewenstein
and Rick. He is the
brother of Alex. Sharing
in his joy are his grandparents Phyllis
Loewenstein and Judy Michnoff. He
is the grandson of the late Marshall
Loewenstein, the late Jerry Vikser and
the late Donald Michnoff.
Jeremy attends Cranbrook Kingswood
Middle School. For his mitzvah project,
Jeremy organized a hockey equip-
ment drive benefiting Detroit Hockey
Association's "Hockey in the Hood"
program.

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he Friendship Circle and the Morrie and
Sybil Fenkell Volunteer club would like to congratulate
and salute the participants of the B'nai Mitzvah Volunteer
Training Program On beck-)ming Bar and Bat Mitzvahs:

Jace Gittleman
Emily Linden
Mallory Mo

Training Program for
8-788-7878 ext.210 or

B'nai Mitzvah on page C18

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