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The Detroit Jewish News, 2011-10-27

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October is National Orthodontic Health Month

Ask the Orthodontist

Annie Sophia
Klinger, daugh-
ter of Cherylbeth
Starler and Gary
and Carolyn
Klinger, celebrated
her bat mitzvah at
Temple Israel in
Klinger
West Bloomfield
Saturday, Oct.
15. She is the sister of Ari and the
grandchild of Gail and Jerry Starler,
Fran and Mark Klinger, and Shari
and Bernard Chaben.
Annie is a student at O.E. Dunckel
Middle School in Farmington Hills.
She felt it was especially mean-
ingful to donate time volunteer-
ing at Friendship Circle in West
Bloomfield.

Olivia Starr
Krieger will lead
the congregation
at Temple Israel
in West Bloomfield
Friday, Oct. 28, as
she celebrates her
bat mitzvah. She is
Krieger
the daughter of Lisa
and Doug Krieger
and the sister of Mitchell and
Madeline. Sharing in the simchah
will be grandparents Marvin Chaben
and Joannie Barker. She is also the
granddaughter of the late Marilyn
Chaben.
Olivia is a student at Orchard Lake
Middle School in West Bloomfield.
She volunteered at Temple Israel's
Labor Day Picnic and felt volunteer-
ing her time was meaningful as part
of her mitzvah experience.

Katherine Melissa
Labe of West
Bloomfield will be
called to the Torah
as a bat mitzvah on
Saturday, Oct. 29,
at Congregation
Shaarey Zedek
Labe
in Southfield. She
is the daughter
of Mary Lou and Robert Labe and
the sister of Bridget. Sharing in the
celebration will be her grandparents
Lois Budman and Gloria and Ed
Meer. She is also the granddaughter
of the late Martin Budman and the
late Ben Labe.
Katie is a student at Orchard Lake
Middle School in West Bloomfield.
Her most meaningful mitzvah proj-
ect involved volunteering at Yad Ezra
in Berkley.

Jake Lievois
will celebrate his
bar mitzvah on
Friday, Oct. 28,
at Temple Beth
El in Bloomfield
Township. He is
the loving son of
Lievois
Maxine and Daniel
Lievois and brother
of 10-year-old sister Paige. Jake is
the grandson of Liz and Tom Lievois
and the late Barbara Weitzman Bass
and the late Harry Weitzman.
Jake is a seventh-grade stu-
dent at Derby Middle School in
Birmingham. For his mitzvah proj-
ect, he worked at Yad Ezra food
pantry in Berkley, helping seniors
fill their grocery carts and stocking
shelves in the warehouse.

During October, members of the American Association of
Orthodontists (AAO) 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 information 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.

Waterford
248-673-4100

Tuesday, November 1st through
Monday, November

Noah Aaron
Morais, son of
Rochelle and Rabbi
Rob Morais, will
read from the Torah
as he becomes
a bar mitzvah
Saturday, Oct. 29,
Morais
at Temple Israel
in West Bloomfield.
He is the brother of Sarah, Yael
and Nathan. Sharing in the joy
of the simchah will be grand-
parents Liliana Morais and Ethel
Abramowitz. Noah is also the
grandchild of the late Nathan
Abramowitz and the great-grand-
child of the late Eva and the late
Armando Salinas.
Noah attends O.E. Dunckel Middle
School in Farmington Hills. Working
with his dog, Henry, and the Pet-
a-Pet therapy program, he visited
people in rehabilitation centers and
felt this was a meaningful mitzvah
project.

Hannah Myers,
daughter of Dr.
Daniel Myers, Mrs.
Peggy Cherrin-
Myers and the late
Carol Myers, and
sister of Joshua,
Hannah Lily and
Myers
Max, will become
a bat mitzvah on
Saturday, Oct. 29, at Temple Beth El
in Bloomfield Township. She is the
granddaughter of Dr. Ruth Myers
and the late Dr. Richard Myers,
Norton and Arleane Delidow, and
Gene and Susie Schneider.
Hannah is a seventh-grader
at Berkshire Middle School in
Birmingham. For her mitzvah proj-
ect, she has been a student aide at
Temple Beth El.

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

248-926-4100

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