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April 29, 2010 - Image 66

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2010-04-29

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Family Focus

MAZEL TOV!

66

June 24
Karen (Zalenko) and
Brandon Weinbaum
of Huntington
Woods are elated to
announce the birth of
their daughter, Callie
Nan (Nava Zipora).
Weinbaum
Welcoming her home
were big brothers
Aden and Jonah. Sharing in their joy
are proud grandparents Esther and
Neal Zalenko of Bloomfield Hills and
Sheila and Jimmie Prenzlauer of West
Bloomfield. Callie Nan is named in
loving memory of her maternal great-
grandfather Norman Silver.

May 20
Kristin and Matthew
Eder of Ypsilanti are
proud to announce the
birth of their daughter,
Alyssa Dianne. Very
excited grandparents
are Diane and Stephen
Hill of Farmington
Hills, William Boggs
of Saline and Nadine and Jeffrey Eder
of Canton. Thrilled great-grandparents
are Stephen Hendel of Ann Arbor, Ruth
Applebaum of Southfield and Beatrice
and Charles Eder of Oak Park. Sadly
missed great-grandfather is Perry
Applebaum.

Anthony Charles
Aronovitz, son
of Mindy and Dr.
James Aronovitz,
will lead the con-
gregation in prayer
at Temple Israel
in West Bloomfield
Aronovitz
Saturday, May 1, as
he celebrates his bar
mitzvah. He is the brother of Jordan
and Sydney. His proud grandparents
are Adrian and Marvin Aronovitz and
Arlene Licht. He is also the grandchild
of the late Ronald Licht. His late great-
grandparents are Clara and Sam Licht,
Jeanette and Wm. Simon Gottlieb,
Sophie and Harry Aronovitz, and
Lillian and Irvin Meckler.
Anthony is a student at Detroit
Country Day School in Beverly Hills.
His most meaningful mitzvah project
was helping with bingo at the Meer
Apartments in West Bloomfield.

Rebecca Hope
Bloom (Rachel
Chava) will be
called to the Torah
as a bat mitzvah
on Saturday, May
1, at Temple Beth
El in Bloomfield
Bloom
Township. Sharing in
the simchah will be her proud parents,
Aileen Bloom and Jim Bloom, and
brother Evan, grandparents Robert
Leichtman and Dr. Michael and Carol
Bloom and great-grandmother Ida
Goldenberg. Becca is also the grand-
daughter of the late Sharon Leichtman.
Becca attends West Hills Middle
School in Bloomfield Hills. One of her
many meaningful mitzvah experiences
has been volunteering every Sunday
as a teacher's aide in a second grade
classroom at Temple Beth El religious
school.

Natali Eden Barish,
daughter of Mary
and Dan Barish,
will be called to
the bimah to read
from the Torah at
Temple Israel in
West Bloomfield
on Friday, April 30,
Barish
as she celebrates
her bat mitzvah. She is the sister of
Gabe and the grandchild of Marla and
Nicholas Miron. Thrilled to be sharing
in the simchah will be her grandpar-
ents Bruria and Benjamin Barish.
Natali is a student at Hillel Day
School of Metropolitan Detroit in
Farmington Hills. Volunteering at the
Friendship Circle in West Bloomfield
was the mitzvah project she felt to be
most meaningful.

Emily Rose Chaben,
together with her
parents, Cheryl
Chaben and Kerry
Chaben, will cel-
ebrate her bat mitz-
vah Saturday, May
1, at Temple Israel
Chaben
in West Bloomfield.
Joining in the sim-
chah will be her siblings, Alex and
David, and grandparents Shari and
Bernard Chaben, Sandra Zolna, and
Louise and John Toye. She is also
the grandchild of the late Wayne
Biederman.
Emily is a student at Orchard Lake
Middle School in West Bloomfield. Her
most meaningful mitzvah project was
assisting children with special needs
to play soccer with the Top Soccer
Lakes Area Youth Soccer program.

April 29 * 2010

JN

Kendall Michelle
Coden will celebrate
her bat mitzvah as
she reads from the
Torah at Temple
Israel in West
Bloomfield on Friday,
April 30. She is the
Coden
daughter of Karen
and Andy Coden.
Sharing in her joy will be her sisters
Mackenzie and Megan and her brother
Kyle.Her proud grandparents are
Barbara and Ted Coden and Geraldine
Kraus. She is also the grandchild of
the late Edmond Kraus.
Kendall attends Walnut Creek
Middle School in West Bloomfield. As
part of her several mitzvah projects,
she custom-made and then donated
blankets for underprivileged children
through Temple Israel.

Spencer Eric Cohn
will celebrate his
bar mitzvah during
Havdalah services,
Saturday, May 1, at
Temple Israel in
West Bloomfield. He
is the son of Melanie
Cohn
and Harry Cohn and
the brother of Corey. Sharing in the
simchah will be his proud grandpar-
ents, Elaine and Victor Koblin and
Susan Cohn. He is also the grandchild
of the late Eli Cohn.
Spencer attends Orchard Lake
Middle School in West Bloomfield. The
mitzvah project he felt was the most
meaningful was planting flowers at a
JARC home.

Aaron Felsenfeld
(Natan Pesach),
son of Mark and
Laurel Felsenfeld
and brother of Emily
and Rachel, will
lead the congrega-
tion of Temple Shir
Felsenfeld
Shalom in West
Bloomfield as a bar
mitzvah on Saturday, May 1. He is
the grandchild of William and Shirley
Felsenfeld, and Charles and Marlene
Toby.
Aaron attends Warner Middle
School in Farmington Hills. He
regularly performs bikur cholim at
Courtyard Manor Assisted Living.

Robert Eytan Goldstein will cel-
ebrate his bar mitzvah as he reads
from the Torah on Saturday, May 1,

at Congregation
B'nai Moshe in West
Bloomfield. He is
the son of Julie and
Raphael Goldstein
and the brother of
Andrea and Elan.
His proud grand-
Goldstein
mothers are Roslyn
Garber and Regina
Goldstein. He is also the grandson of
the late Arnold M. Katz and the late
Reuven Goldstein.
Robert is a seventh-grade student
at Hillel Day School of Metropolitan
Detroit in Farmington Hills. He found
his most meaningful mitzvah project
to be volunteering at the Friendship
Circle of West Bloomfield.

Jacob Alex
Jaisinghani, son
of Lisa and Raj
Jaisinghani of Troy,
was called to the
Torah as a bar mitz-
vah on Saturday, April
24, at Congregation
Jaisinghani
Shir Tikvah in Troy.
He is the proud
older brother of Zack, Noah and Zoe.
Jacob is also the grandson of Rosalie
Yourofsky, Guri Jaisinghani, and Jack
and Paula Kort. Sharing in this simcah
was his great-bubbie Mary Beltzman of
California, who could not attend.
Jacob is a student at Smith Middle
School in Troy. He enjoys his time spent
volunteering at Yad Ezra in Berkley and
plans to continue these efforts.

Kayla Sara Kapen,
daughter of Debra
and Ehud Kapen and
sister of Leah Schloss,
will be called to the
Torah as a bat mitz-
vah on Saturday, May
1, at Congregation
Kapen
Shaarey Zedek West
Bloomfield, B'nai
Israel Center. Kayla's grandparents
are Rachel and Sheldon Kapen of West
Bloomfield and Barbara and Don Mills
and the late Abraham Block of Bowie,
Md.
She is a seventh-grade student at
Berkshire Middle School in Beverly
Hills. Kayla's favorite mitzvah proj-
ect has been volunteering with the
Friendship Circle in West Bloomfield,
working closely with children with
special needs.

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