Ask the Orthodontist
October is National Orthodontic Health Month
Ask the Orthodontist
During October, members of the American Association of Orthodontis
(MO) are conducting a wide range of activities to educate the public
and their patients about protecting their teeth during Halloween, and
share information about the benefits of orthodontic treatment.
Stuart Evan Baum
became a bar mitz-
vah on Saturday, Oct.
9, at Congregation
Shaarey Zedek in
Southfield. He is the
son of Patti Nemer
and Howard Baum
and the brother
of Michael Baum.
are Ilene Nemer, Mickey and Barbara
Nemer, and Pearl Baum. He is also the
grandson of the late Sidney Baum.
Stuart is a student at Hillel Day
School of Metropolitan Detroit in
Farmington Hills. Of his many mitz-
vah projects, he felt that his most
meaningful experience was helping
at the Shaarey Zedek Beth Hayeled
Fenberg will be
called to the Torah
as a bat mitzvah on
Friday, Oct. 15, at
Temple Beth El in
Rachel will be her
parents Robin and
Michael Fenberg, her brothers and
sisters Aaron and Lisa Fenberg and
Michelle and Michael Berman, and her
grandparents Irene and Marvin Gadd.
Rachel is also the granddaughter of the
late Lillian and the late Charles Fenberg.
Rachel is a student at Derby Middle
School in Birmingham. Her most
meaningful mitzvah project was vol-
unteering at the Stroll and Roll for Rett
daughter of Stacy and
Neil Brickman and
sister of Rachel and
Abigail, will celebrate
her bat mitzvah
at Adat Shalom
Farmington Hills on
Saturday, Oct. 16. Her
proud grandparents are Susie and Jerry
Gold and Elaine Brickman. Her great-
grandmother is Ruth Schneyer. She is
also the granddaughter of the late Dr.
Murray Brickman and great-grand-
daughter of the late Estelle Moggel.
Isabel attends Orchard Lake Middle
School in West Bloomfield. She feels
her commitment to Friendship Circle's
weekly Torah Circle in West Bloomfield
is her most meaningful mitzvah.
Emily Rachel Fisher
(Layka Rachel) of
will be called to
the Torah as a bat
mitzvah on Saturday,
Oct. 16, at Adat
in Farmington Hills.
Participating in the
service will be her proud parents, Gail
and Steven Fisher, and brothers Aaron
and Brian. Also sharing in the simchah
will be thrilled grandparents Ellen and
Myron Gruskin and Beverly and Allan
Levin. Emily is also the granddaughter
of the late Alvin Fisher.
Emily is a student at Detroit
Country Day School in Beverly Hills.
Her most meaningful mitzvah project
was preparing and serving dinner to
the homeless residents of the South
Oakland Shelter at Adat Shalom
son of Shannon and
celebrated his bar
mitzvah on Saturday,
Oct. 9, at Adat
Hills. He is the
brother of Andrew
and Jonah. His proud
grandparents are Shary and Marvin
Cohn, Dennis Dickstein and Katy
Shanahan. He is also the grandson
of the late Michael Smiley. Great-
grandmother is Mary Meyers.
Sean attends Hillel Day School of
Metropolitan Detroit in Farmington
Hills. He chose to volunteer at the
Friendship Circle in West Bloomfield
for his mitzvah project.
Grodman will cel-
ebrate her bat mitzvah
Saturday, Oct. 16, at
Temple Israel in West
Bloomfield. She is the
daughter of Jodi and
Andrew Grodman and
the sister of Brandon.
Sharing in the sim-
chah will be her proud grandparents
Lois and Joseph Forman. She is also the
grandchild of the late Leatrice and the
late Harold Grodman.
Leah attends Clifford Smart
Middle School in Walled Lake. Her
most meaningful mitzvah project
was donating to the Grodman Cure
Dr. Nelson Hersh
Dr. Marsha Beattie
In an effort to promote a safe and healthy Halloween for children,
Drs. Hersh and Beattie will again buy-back the candy that young
trick-or-treaters collect this year. Although Halloween is a fun holiday
for everyone, too much candy can contribute to tooth decay. For people
who wear braces, eating sticky or chewy candies can also harm their
braces and may lengthen their overall treatment time.
Candy may be brought to Hersh-Beattie Orthodontics the week
following Halloween during normal business hours. Our office will
pay $2 for each pound of Halloween treats collected- $1 goes to the
child and $1 will be donated to a local charity. Last year our buy-back
program raised money for the Make-A-Wish foundation and the candy
was given to local food banks.
For more information on the candy buy-back, contact Hersh-Beattie
Orthodontics at (248) 926-4100, 2300 Haggerty Rd. Suite 1160,
West Bloomfield. Or our newest location in Waterford at, 5133
Highland Road, (248) 673-4100.
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B'nai Mitzvah on page 62
October 14 • 2010