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September 29, 2011 - Image 87

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2011-09-29

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is National Orthodontic Health Month
October is

Ask the Orthodontist

Stephen Jordan
Friedland will cele-
brate his bar mitz-
vah during
Havdallah services at
Temple Israel in
West Bloomfield on
Saturday, Oct. 1. His
Friedland
proud parents are
Tammi and Dr. Mark
Friedland. Sharing in the simchah are
his siblings, Brandon, Jarett and
Brittani, and his grandmother, Joan
Friedland. He is also the grandchild of
the late Sandra and Stephen Rodman
and the late Lester Friedland. His late
great-grandparents are Ethel and Sam
Berman and Reinie Bass-Blend.
Stephen attends Cranbrook-
Kingswood Middle School. His most
meaningful mitzvah project involves
volunteering at the Fleischman
Residence on a regular basis.

Annee (Chana)
Weibel, daughter of
Cheryl (Loewy) and
Albert Welbel, became
a bat mitzvah on
Saturday, Sept. 24, at
Beth Hillel
Congregation in
Weibel
Wilmette, Ill. Sharing
in Annee's simchah are
brothers, Sam and Josh; grandmother,
Sarah Weibel; uncles, David and Steve
Loewy; cousin, Daniel Loewy; along with
friends and relatives. Annee is the grand-
daughter of the late Anne Loewy, the late
Sheldon Loewy and the late Aron Welbel.
Annee attends Solomon Schechter
Day School in Northbrook, Ill. As her
mitzvah project, Annee is organizing
a dance benefit on Nov. 20 to raise
money for "This Star Won't Go Out:' a
charity that provides support for fami-
lies with a child who is fighting cancer.

During October, members of the American Association of
Orthodontists (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.

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.

Dr. Nelson Hersh
and
Dr. Marsha Beattie

Licensed Specialists
for Children
& Adults

West Bloomfield
Commerce Township
248.926.4100

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.

For more informcrtion on the candy buy-back, contact
Hersh-Beattie Orthodontics at (248) 9264100,2300
Haggerty Rd. Suite 1160, West Bloomfield. Or our
newest location in Waterford at, 5133 Highland Road,
(248) 673-4100.

CANDY CAN BE BROUGHT INTO THE OFFICE
DURING NORMAL BUSINESS HOURS
FOLLOWING HALLOWEEN.

Waterford
248-673-4100

Tuesday, November 1st through
Monday, November 7th

Lewis 60th

248-926-4100

www.hershbeattieortho.com

D

onald and Leah Lewis of
Farmington Hills were married
in Waupaca, Wis., on Aug. 19,
1951. Donald and Leah celebrated their 60th
wedding anniversary with their children,
Michele Lewis and Jan Gould, Cathy and
Michael Graub, Barbara and Philip Jacobs,
and grandchildren, Alexa, Abe, Sarah, Zoe,
Colton and Erin.

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Jaffe 50th

renda and Ira Jaffe celebrated their
50th wedding anniversary on Aug.
26. Their children, Sherri and Tedd
Friedman of Cincinnati and David and Aly
Jaffe of Cleveland, hosted a wonderful trip
to Las Vegas earlier this year. Brenda and
Ira also celebrated by spending an extended
weekend at the Greenbrier Resort. They are
blessed with 50 lucky years, their two chil-
dren and spouses and four grandchildren.

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