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Michael Joseph
Sacks, together
with his parents,
Marianne and David
Sacks, and his sister
Jamie, will celebrate
his bar mitzvah at
Temple Israel in
Sacks
West Bloomfield
Saturday, Jan. 24.
Sharing in the simchah will be his
proud grandparents Deborah and
Dr. Martin Karp and Marlene and
Stephen Sacks and his especially
proud great-grandmother Rose Bohm.
Michael is a student at West Hills
Middle School in Bloomfield Hills.
For the past two years, he has done
extensive volunteering at Friendship
Circle in West Bloomfield and felt this
mitzvah project was very meaningful.

Alexandra Leah
Sherman (Ahava
Leah) will be called
to the Torah on
Saturday, Jan. 24,
at Congregation
Shaarey Zedek
Southfield. Proudly
Sherman
sharing the bimah
with Alex will be her
parents, Eileen and Stuart Sherman,
brother Justin and kvelling grandpar-
ents Elaine and Harvey Aidem, Joyce
and Don Sherman. Alex became a bat
mitzvah in Jerusalem on Jan. 1.
Alex attends Hillel Day School of
Metropolitan Detroit in Farmington
Hills. Her most meaningful mitzvah
project was organizing a fundraiser
and purchasing supplies for the resi-
dents at Hechtman Apartments in
West Bloomfield after a fire destroyed
their homes.

Matthew Adam
Silbergleit was
called to the Torah
as a bar mitzvah
on Saturday, Jan.
10 at Congregation
Shaarey Zedek
Southfield. Matthew
Silbergleit
is the loving son of
Alice and Richard
Silbergleit. Proud grandparents are
Marcia Klain and Ina and Allen
Silbergleit. Matthew is also the
grandson of the late Jack Klain.
Matthew is a student at Derby
Middle School in Birmingham. His
most meaningful mitzvah project was
donating to the World Wildlife Fund in
honor of the guests at his bar mitzvah.

Rachel Marah
Strasberger of
Farmington Hills
will become a bat
mitzvah at Temple
Shir Shalom in
West Bloomfield
on Saturday, Jan.
Strasberger
24. Participating in
the ceremony will
be Julie and Bob Strasberger, par-
ents; Shain and Matthew, sister and
brother. Proud grandparent is Shirley
Strasberger of Livonia.
Rachel is a student at Warner
Middle School in Farmington Hills.
Her mitzvah projects included volun-
teering at the West Bloomfield-based
Friendship Circle.

Benjamin Matthew
Uzansky, son of Lisa
and Victor Uzansky,
will lead the congrega-
tion at Temple Israel
in West Bloomfield
Saturday, Jan. 24,
as he celebrates his
Uzansky
bar mitzvah. His
proud grandparents
are Doreen and Morton Uzansky and
Louise Band and Jerry Band.
Benjamin is a student at Geisler
Middle School in Walled Lake.
Among his many mitzvah projects, he
felt donating items to Beit T Shivah,
a home for recovering addicts and
those with behavioral disorders, was
the most meaningful.

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— David Jacob Sable, son of Edna
and Brian Sable (Saturday).

'Green' Shabbat At Kol Ami
Temple Kol Ami will offer the first in
a series of "Green" Shabbats on Friday,
Feb. 6. It will focus on the first of the
three R's for a greener world: Reduce.
Services will begin at 6:00 p.m.
and will include environmental read-
ings and will be followed by an oneg
Shabbat featuring home-grown foods.
In keeping with tradition, every
social action program has a compo-
nent that helps others. Congregants are
asked to bring new hats, gloves and
scarves to donate to those in need.
Temple Kol Ami is located at 5085
Walnut Lake Road, in West Bloomfield,
48323. For more, see www.tkolami.org
or call the temple at (248) 661-0040.

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