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The Detroit Jewish News, 2008-06-12

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June 12 • 2008

Ryan Casman
celebrated his bar
mitzvah when he was
called to the Torah
on Saturday, June
7, at Congregation
Shaarey Zedek in
East Lansing. He
Casman
is the son of Karen
and Craig Casman
and brother of Sarah. Proud and lov-
ing grandparents are Bill and Gerrie
Zucker and Paul and June Casman, all
of West Bloomfield.
Ryan is a student at Kinawa Middle
school in Okemos. Ryan volunteered at
the Greater Lansing Food Bank as his
mitzvah project.

Mara Lee Chaben,
daughter of Liz and
Paul Chaben and sis-
ter of Carly, will read
from the Torah as she
becomes a bat mitz-
vah on Friday, June
13, at Temple Israel
Chaben
in West Bloomfield.
Her proud grand-
parents are Lenore Risin and Dr.
Warren Cowen, Joannie and Marvin
Chaben and Candice and Joel Zwick.
She is also the grandchild of the late
Marilyn Chaben, the late Dr. Benjamin
N. Sherbin and the late Bertram Risin.
Her very proud great-grandmother is
Estelle Moggle.
Mara attends Dunckel Middle School
in Farmington Hills. Mara enjoyed
and learned about others while doing
her most meaningful mitzvah proj-
ect at the Friendship Circle in West
Bloomfield.

Alexandra Nicole
Kelter will be called
to the Torah as a bat
mitzvah on Saturday,
June 14, at Temple
Emanu-El in Oak
Park. Lexi is the
daughter of Patty and
Kelter
Ted Kelter and the
sister of Robert Kelter.
Sharing in the celebration are her
proud grandparents Janet Gallin Kelter
and Theodore Keller II, Bonnie and
Tony Misuraca and Edwin Nelson.
Lexi is a student at East Hills Middle
School in Bloomfield Hills. Her most
meaningful mitzvah project was volun-
teering at the Michigan Animal Rescue
League, Pontiac.

Evan Daniel Ketai,
son of Sherri and
Jimmy Ketai and
brother of Josh
and Adam, will be
called to the Torah
as a bar mitzvah on
Saturday, June 14,
Ketai
at Congregation
Shaarey Zedek
Southfield. Sharing in the simchah
will be his grandparents, Myrna Ketai,
Dorathy and Don Ketai, Sue and
Dennis Kay, and great-grandparents
Eve and Sam Solomon.
Evan attends Berkshire Middle
School. Among his many mitzvah
projects, Evan felt collecting games and
books for some of the Ethiopian chil-
dren he met in Israel in order for them
to learn English in a fun way was the
most meaningful.

Daniel Aaron
Levine, son of Ronna
and Douglas Levine,
will celebrate his bar
mitzvah as he reads
from the Torah on
Saturday, June 14,
at Congregation
Shaarey Zedek
Southfield. Proud to
be sharing in his simchah will be his
sister Alysa and grandparents Barbara
Rubinstein, Lois Levine and David and
Barbara Rubinstein. Daniel is also the
grandson of the late Seymour Levine.
Daniel attends Bloomfield Hills
Middle School. His most memorable
mitzvah project was volunteering at
Yad Ezra kosher pantry in Berkley.

Andrew Stephen
Moss will lead the
congregation at
Temple Israel in
West Bloomfield,
Saturday, June 14, as
he is called to read
from the Torah on
M o s s
the occasion of his
bar mitzvah. He is the
son of Wendy and Jeffrey Moss and the
brother of Joshua and Justin. His proud
grandparents are Sandra and Ronald
Moss and Thelma and Neil Brown. He
is also the grandson of the late Stanley
A. Stalburg.
Andrew attends Hillel Day School
of Metropolitan Detroit in Farmington
Hills. Among various mitzvah projects,
volunteering at Farmington Hills-
based JARC was the most meaningful.

Banal Mitzvah on page B22

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