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October 30, 2008 - Image 84

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Family Focus

The 38th Kingswood Giftorama Presents

CHAMPAGNE OPENING
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 2008, 6 P.M.-10 P.M.

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FEATURING A WINE TASTING

AND FRIDAY EVENING SHOPPING—VALET PARKING

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COME DO YOUR HANNUKAH SHOPPING!

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 2008, 9A.M. - 6 P.M.
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FROM SOUPS TO BELTS, JEWELRY TO SERVING PLATTERS AND MORE!

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FROM MAINE TO FLORIDA AND MICHIGAN TO VIRGINIA

WE'VE GOT THE STORE!—MORE THAN 50 SPECIALTY SHOPS!

Purchase tickets for Weekend Shopping at the door
Regular Admission: $ 7 per person
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Sept. 29
Holly (Trunsky) and
Gregg Fredman of
Manhattan, N.Y., are
thrilled to announce
the birth of their
beautiful son, Luke
Taylor (Laeb Levi).
Fredman
Sharing in their hap-
piness are proud
grandparents Jane
Trunsky of Boca Raton, Fla., for-
merly of West Bloomfield, Sharon
and Richard Margolin of Monroe
Township, N.J., and Lin and Allen
Fredman of Manhattan. Ecstatic great-
grandparents are Rhoda and Manny
Rosenberg of Hollywood, Fla. Luke
Taylor is named in loving memory of
his maternal grandfather Lawrence
Trunsky.

Sept. 21
Elana (Green) and
Brandon Light of
Denver, Colo., are
thrilled to announce
the birth of their
son, Mason Andrew
(Hershel Eliyahu).
Proud grandpar-
ents are Sara and
Sam Green of West
Bloomfield and Marcia and Ken Light
of Tucson, Ariz. Mason's delighted
great-grandmothers are Brenda
Marczak of West Bloomfield and Betty
Light of Gunnison, Colo. He is named
in loving memory of his four great-
grandfathers, Mason Light, Arthur
Silberman, Herman Marczak and Elias
Green.

Aug. 1
Lindsay (Blau) and
Gary Portnoy of
Brooklyn, N.Y., are
thrilled to announce
the birth of their
beautiful son, Judah
Asher (Dovid
Portnoy
Shifron). Proud
grandparents are
Nancy and Joseph
Blau of Las Vegas, Nev., and Elena
and Alexander Portnoy of Stamford,
Conn. Delighted great-grandparents
are Olga and Ervin Fusesi of Las Vegas,
Jean and David Blau of Walled Lake,
Tatyana and Michael Portnoy and
Boris Kheyfetz of Stamford. Judah
Asher is named in loving memory of
his maternal great-grandfather Donald
Hoffman and paternal great-grand-
mother Shifra Shnayderman.

June 19
Corey and Brittany
Farber of West
Bloomfield are
thrilled to announce
the birth of their son,
Jake Louis. Proud
grandparents are Bob
Farber
and Alene Farber
of West Bloomfield
and Tom and Carol
Warehall of Chesterfield. Jake is named
in loving memory of his great-grand-
father and great-grandmother Louis
and Zelda Lofman.

Rylan Brett Caskey,
son of Diane and
Mark Caskey, will
lead the congrega-
tion at Temple Israel
in West Bloomfield
Saturday, Nov. 1, as
he celebrates his bar
mitzvah. He is the
brother of Russell,
Zachary and Cayla.
His proud grandmother is Justine
Caskey. He is also the grandchild of the
late Ralph Caskey, the late Rena and
the late Jerry Rosenfield.
Rylan attends Clifford Smart Middle
School in Walled Lake. The mitzvah
project he felt most meaningful was
assisting seniors in an arts and crafts
project, building and decorating bird-
houses, at Meer Apartments in West
Bloomfield.

Haley Nicole
Eisenshtadt will
be called to the
bimah in honor of
her bat mitzvah at
Temple Israel in
West Bloomfield
Saturday, Nov. 1. She
Eisenshtadt
is the daughter of
Mallery and Steven
Eisenshtadt and
the sister of Andrew and Lindsey.
Sharing in the simchah will be her
proud grandparents Carol and Gerald
Eisenshtadt and Maureen and Leonard
Wayne.
Haley is a student at Warner Middle
School in Farmington Hills. Among
her volunteer experiences, she felt
raising funds for Relay for Life was the
most meaningful.

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