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September 15, 2011 - Image 64

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2011-09-15

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Samuel Benjamin
Bloch, son of
Rachel and Nathan
Bloch, will celebrate
his bar mitzvah on
Saturday, Sept. 17,
in a custom out-
door service at
Bloch
Mystic Creek Golf
Course in Milford.
Sam is the brother of Rozzie, Avi and
Jared Bloch. Joining him in the cere-
mony will be his great-grandmother
Freida Williams, grandparents Ellie
and Leon Williams, all of Sylvania,
Ohio, and grandparents Flo and
Louis Bloch of West Bloomfield.
Sam is an eighth-grader at Geisler
Middle School in Walled Lake. He
was especially touched by his time
working with the Friendship Circle
in West Bloomfield as part of his
mitzvah project.

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64 September 15 • 2011

Joshua Logan
Arking will cele-
brate his bar mitz-
vah at the
Birmingham
Temple in
Farmington Hills
on Saturday, Sept.
Arking
17. He is the broth-
er of Emily and
Claire and grandson of Robert and
Lucille Arking, Diana Folcik-
Szczembara and Thomas Latimer
and John and Kathy Szczembara.
Joshua is in the eighth grade
at Charyl Stockwell Academy in
Hartland, Mich. For his bar mitzvah
project, he worked with the Howell
Carnegie Public Library as a helper
and aide during their summer pro-
grams for kids.

Sydney Brown Ira Brown

Sydney Claire Brown and Ira
Simon Brown, children of Eric and
Tami Brown, will celebrate their
b'nai mitzvah Saturday, Sept. 17, at
Congregation B'nai Moshe in West
Bloomfield. Sharing in the simchah
will be their brothers Sam and Max,
and their grandparents Roland and
Lea Beurer, and Bob and Beverly
Brown.
Sydney and Ira attend Hillel Day

School of Metropolitan Detroit
in Farmington Hills. They were
involved in several mitzvah projects,
but found their time volunteering at
the Fleischman Residence in West
Bloomfield and with JARC to be
most rewarding and meaningful.

Erica Cantor will
be called to the
Torah as a bat mitz-
vah on Saturday,
Sept. 17, at Stephen
Wise Synagogue in
New York City. She
is the daughter of
Cantor
Karen and Mark
Cantor and the sis-
ter of Lauren. Her father, Mark, is
formerly of Bloomfield Hills. Her
grandparents are Abraham and
Marianne Hyman of New Hyde Park,
N.Y., and Bernard and Judy Levin
Cantor.
Erica is an eighth-grade stu-
dent at the Horace Mann School in
Riverdale, N.Y. Her mitzvah projects
involved serving food at the home-
less shelter at the synagogue.

Max Jacob Efros,
son of Lisa and Ted
Efros, will lead the
congregation at
Temple Israel in
West Bloomfield on
Friday, Sept. 16, as
he celebrates his
Efros
bar mitzvah. He is
the brother of
Molly, Josh and Gabe. Delighted
grandparents are Barbara Dechter,
Mitchell Dechter, and Sandy and
Morrie Efros.
Max attends Bloomfield Hills
Middle School. He felt collecting
thousands of books for Bookstock
and working the event was a very
meaningful mitzvah experience.

Abigail Meredith
Fine, daughter of
Betsy and Bob Fine
will be called to the
Torah as a bat mitz-
vah on Saturday,
Sept. 17, at
Congregation Beth
Fine
Shalom in
Minneapolis. She
will also participate in Friday eve-
ning services. She is the the sister of
Sydney and the granddaughter of
Connie and Lawrence Clayman, and
Fran and Harland Fine.
Abbi is a student at F.A.I.R. (Fine
Arts Interdisciplinary Resources)
School.

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