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The Detroit Jewish News, 2010-03-04

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Ask the Orthodontist

Hannah Michelle
Handloff, daughter
of Rachel (Berlin)
and Rich Handloff
of Rockville, Md.,
will become a
bat mitzvah on
Saturday, March 6,
at Shaare Torah in
Gaithersburg, Md.
Family members joining in the sim-
chah include sister Sophie and grand-
parents Marie and Gerald Berlin of
Mt. Desert, Maine, and Sandra and
Barry Handloff of Silver Spring, Md.
For her mitzvah project, Hannah
raised money to make backpacks
with blankets and other essential
camp items for kids who attend
camps in northern Michigan through
the Bear Hug Foundation. She is in
seventh grade at the Charles E. Smith
Jewish Day School in Rockville.

Meghan Emma
Lederman, daugh-
ter of Sheryl and
Ronald Lederman
and sister of Nicole
and Jennifer, will
read from the Torah
at Temple Israel
in West Bloomfield
Saturday, March 6, as
she celebrates her bat mitzvah. She
is the granddaughter of Sheila and
Martin Lederman and Charlotte Rose
and the late Morris Rose.
Meghan attends Orchard Lake
Middle School in West Bloomfield.
She felt her most meaningful mitz-
vah project was assisting senior
citizens at Meer Apartments in West

Aaron Orel
(Aharon) of West
Bloomfield will cel-
ebrate his bar mitz-
vah at Congregation
Shaarey Zedek
West Bloomfield,
B'nai Israel
Center Saturday,
March 6. He is the
son of Matthew and Lori Orel and
brother of Elianna. Grandparents are
Stanley and Doreen Millman of West
Bloomfield, Beverly Orel of Millburn,
N.J., and the late Leo Orel.
Aaron attends Hillel Day School of
Metropolitan Detroit in Farmington
Hills. For one of his mitzvah projects,
he participates annually since 2005
in the American Diabetes Association
Tour de Cure.

Chase Oliver Yarber,
son of Judy and Terry
Yarber and brother
of Rita, Clark and
Grant, will become
a bar mitzvah on
Friday, March 5, at
Temple Shir Shalom
in West Bloomfield.
He is the grandson of
Janice Bronstein and the late William
and Rita Bronstein.
Chase is a student at Orchard Lake
Middle School in West Bloomfield.
His mitzvah project includes working
with second-graders at Temple Shir
Shalom Sunday school.

Emily Ruth
Zonder will be
called to the Torah
as a bat mitzvah at
Minchah services on
Saturday, March 6, at
Congregation Beth
Shalom in Oak Park.
She is the daughter
of Amy Zonder and
Jeff Zonder and the older sister of
Hannah. Emily is also the grand-
daughter of Marilynn and Richard
Emmer, Michael Zonder and the late
Barbara Zonder.
Emily is a seventh-grade student
at Norup International School in Oak


Maze! Tov! announcements are
welcomed for members of the
Jewish community. Anniversaries,
engagements, and weddings with
a photo (preferably color) can
appear at a cost of $18 each.
Births are $10.
There is no charge for bar/bat
mitzvahs or for special birthdays
starting at the 90th.
For information, go
online to thejewishnews.
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Assistant Sy Manello at
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(248) 351-5147 for information
or for a mailed or e-mailed copy
of guidelines.

Going Above and Beyond typical Orthodontists

Being an orthodontist is, in our opinion the greatest occupation imaginable. We
use the word job because, although It is a responsibility, ifs also a pleasure...and
to be quite honest, also a lot of fun! Becoming involved in kids lives and watching
them grow and mature generates tremendous gratification. Changing someone's
appearance for the better and seeing his or her self-esteem increase, is a true delight.

In our office, we all try to go that extra mile, and not only make kid's feel comforta
with the environment we have created, but work constantly in boosting their self
worth and esteem. We want them to grow both physically and emotionally. It is an
opportunity to influence others positively and make our community a better place.

Dr. Nelson Hersh
Dr. Marsha Beattie

Licensed Specialists
for Children
& Adults

West Bloomfield
Commerce Township

Both Dr. Hersh and Dr. Beattie recognize the importance of community involvement
They both Iive in the lakes area and have become involved with the local school .
districts. They share a passion for education and volunteer both time and finances -
improve local education, both public and private. We participate in medical mentorship
programs and allow local adolescents to 'job shadow.' Dr. Hersh is also a member
of the West Bloomfield school board and enjoys showing kids how science is Wilt
outside the office by giving science presentations and participating in career day_

Community responsibilities don't end with-schools but go *and. By becoming
involved with sports leagues, school teams of varying types, extra-curricular '
gymnastic gyms, dance studios, etc. we recognize the importance of being involved'
with kids, generate opportunities for them, and help to make a difference in their lives.

Drs. Hersh and Beattie and their staff also want to thank all our patients and
lives and male
families for giving us the honor and
beautiful smiles along the way!

If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact Dr.
Hersh or Dr. Beattie at the newest state of the art orthodontic facility

West Bloomfield/Commerce Township at 248 926-4100.










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