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May 13, 2010 - Image 68

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2010-05-13

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Maxwell Jacob Barry
will read from the
Torah as he celebrates
his bar mitzvah
Saturday, May 15,
at Temple Israel in
West Bloomfield. He
is the son of Julie and
Barry
Jack Csernits and Jill
and Todd Barry and
the brother of Gavin. Sharing in the
simchah will be his proud grandparents
Karen and Alan Barry, Ellen and Stan
Pasieka and Laura and Larry Rushing.
Maxwell attends Berkshire Middle
School in Birmingham. Among his
various mitzvah projects, he felt his
involvement volunteering at LINKS
was the most meaningful.

Caroline Jill
Berkman (Shira
Yael), daughter of
Jodie (Pearlman) and
Peter Berkman, was
called to the Torah
as a bat mitzvah on
Saturday, May 8, at
Berkman
Congregation Am
Yisrael in Northfield,
Ill. She is the sister of Nicole and
Bradley. Proud grandparents are Donna
and Allan Pearlman of Huntington
Woods and Susan and Jeffrey Berkman
of Muttontown, N.Y. Also sharing in
this mitzvah were great-grandmothers
Libby Weingarden of Southfield and
Jean Brooks of Flushing, N.Y.
Caroline's mitzvah projects included
volunteering to aid the Agahozo-
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Torah on Saturday,
May 15, at Adat
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Sharing in the sim-
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sisters, Rachael and Isabel, and proud
grandparents Myrna and Joseph
Bradley and Stanley Salzenstein.
Hannah is a student at Hillel Day
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Samuel Harris Finn, son of Brad and
Jo Finn, will read from the Torah as he
celebrates his bar mitzvah on Saturday,
May 15, at Adat Shalom Synagogue
in Farmington Hills. Sharing in the
occasion will be his sisters, Sydney and

Isabelle, and proud
grandparents Marilyn
Epstein, Claire Finn
and Leonard and
Jeanette Finn. He is
also the grandson
of the late Marvin
Epstein.
Finn
Sam is a student
at Warner Middle
School in Farmington Hills. He
enjoyed volunteering at Fleischman
Residence in West Bloomfield as part
of his mitzvah project.

Rachel Morgan
Goldberg will lead
the congregation
at Temple Israel
in West Bloomfield
as she reads from
the Torah in honor
of her bat mitzvah
Goldberg
Friday, May 14. Her
parents are Cortney
and David Goldberg. She is the sister
of Jacob and Paige and the grandchild
of Sheila and the late Mickey Goldberg,
Beverly Kelly and William Kelly. Her
late great-grandparents are Anne and
Herb Grossman, Anne and Daniel
Goldberg, Wanda and Iggie Czapski,
and Antoinette and William Kelly.
Rachel attends Berkshire Middle
School in Birmingham. Working
with children who are autistic at a
summer camp program through the
Birmingham Public Schools was the
mitzvah project she felt to be the most
meaningful.

Cameron Alexis
Kay, daughter of
Laura and Scott Kay
and sister of Jeremy,
will read from the
Torah on the occasion
of her bat mitzvah
Saturday, May 15,
Kay
at Temple Israel in
West Bloomfield.
Thrilled to be participating are
proud grandparents Karen and Alan
Barry and Maureen Kay. Cameron
is also the grandchild of the late Dr.
Calvin Kay. Her great-grandmother
is Bessie Kay. Her late great-grand-
parents are Harry Kay, Lillian and
Julius Barry, Lucille and Dr. James
Campbell and Louise and Herbert
Chester.
Cameron is a student at Clifford
Smart Middle School in Walled
Lake. She participated in Ribbons
for Service, raising funds for St. Jude
Children's Hospital through horseback
riding competitions.

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