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his parents, Julie
Manning and Olivier
Lurz, will celebrate
his bar mitzvah as he
reads from the Torah
at Temple Israel
Lurz
in West Bloomfield
Friday, May 8. He
is the brother of Coco, Victoria and
Nicholas. His grandparents are Elaine
and Mervyn Manning, Christiane and
Robert Barondeau and Uschi and Max
Lurz. His very proud great-grand-
mother is Marie-Therese Grand of
France.
Alexandre attends Berkshire Middle
School in Beverly Hills. He felt that
working at Yad Ezra in Berkley, hand-
ing out food for Passover, was a mean-
ingful mitzvah experience.

Corinne Alexandra
Moses will be called

to the Torah as a bat
mitzvah on Saturday,
May 9, at Temple
Emanu-El in Oak
Park. Her parents,
Gail and Mitchell
Corinne Moses Moses, and sisters
Leah and Elizabeth
are very proud of her accomplish-
ments. Corinne is the granddaughter
of Marilyn and Harold Moses and
Angeline Cislo. She is also the grand-
daughter of the late Carl Cislo.
Corinne is a seventh-grade student
at Norup International School in Oak
Park. Corinne's mitzvah work focused
on literacy and for one project she
held a book drive for the kindergart-
ners of Stewart Learning Academy,
Detroit Public Schools.

Nicholas John
Moses, son of Joe

Moses and Christine
Hartigan of Glenview,
Ill., was called to the
Torah on Saturday,
Feb. 7, to celebrate
his bar mitzvah
Nicholas
before the congrega-
Moses
tion of Shir Hadash
Reconstructionist
Synagogue in Northbrook, Ill. He is
the brother of Daniel Hartigan Moses.
Sharing in the simchah with much
pride were his grandparents Marilyn
and Harold Moses of West Bloomfield
and Doris Hartigan of Phoenix, Ariz.
Nicholas attends Springman Middle
School in Glenview. His mitzvah proj-
ect was producing and performing in

a rock concert that raised over $1,000
for the Chicagoland Food Depository,
where Nicholas also did volunteer
work.

Natalie Pearl
Schaefer, daughter

of Julie and Todd
Schaefer and sister of
Samantha and Scott,
will celebrate her bat
mitzvah on Saturday,
May 9, with her class
Schaefer
at Jewish Parents
Institute in West
Bloomfield. She will be very happy to
have her grandparents in attendance
to celebrate this event: Gloria and
David Zatkin of Southfield and Rhea
and Karl Schaefer of Oak Park.
Natalie is a student at Berkshire
Middle School in Birmingham and
loves volunteering at Birmingham
Summer Program for Autistic
Children, where she will continue to
participate this summer.

Samantha Chase
Spagna, daughter of

Pamela and Richard
Nodel and Renee and
Randy Spagna, will
lead the congrega-
tion at Temple Israel
in West Bloomfield
Saturday, May 9, as
Spagna
she celebrates her
bat mitzvah. She is the sister of Paige,
Cameron and Logan. Her very proud
grandparents are Lois and Milford
Singer and Marion and Nicholas
Spagna.
Samantha attends West Hills Middle
School in Bloomfield Hills. Among her
many mitzvah projects, she felt work-
ing in the madrachim (teacher aides)
program at Temple Israel was most
meaningful.

Harrison Ross
Wermuth of

Birmingham was
called to the Torah
as a bar mitzvah on
Friday, March 20, at
Temple Shir Shalom
in West Bloomfield.
Wermuth
He is the son of Susan
L. Nest and Marc
Wermuth and the grandson of Ann
Nest and the late Harry Nest, Nancy
Janis and Albert Wermuth.
Harrison supports the efforts of
local animal rescues and Leader Dogs
For The Blind.

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