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life c ides

July 13

Dr. Leigh Apple and
Jason Hittleman
of Birmingham
are thrilled to
announce the
birth of their
Hittleman
daughter, Sloane
Apple Hittleman.
Welcoming home Sloane is excited
big brother Seth, 3. Grandparents

Emily Rautbort
Baron will lead
the congregation
at Temple Israel
in West Bloomfield
Friday, Sept. 7, as
she reads from the
Torah and celebrates
Baron
her bat mitzvah. She
is the daughter of
Leslie and Mark Baron and the sister
of Jacob and Nate. Sharing in the sim-
chah will be her thrilled grandparents
Leba and Dr. Sanford Rautbort, and
Joan and Sheldon Shore.
Emily attends O.E. Dunckel Middle
School in Farmington Hills. As part of
her mitzvah experience, every week
for an entire school year, she helped
at West Bloomfield-based Friendship
Circle's Life Town.

Alana Michelle
Blumenstein,
daughter of
Carol and Ricky
Blumenstein of
Bloomfield Hills,
will be called to
the Torah as a
Blumenstein
bat mitzvah on
Saturday, Sept.
8, at Congregation Shir Tikvah in
Troy. She is the wonderful sister of
Benjamin, Jacob, Julia and Reuben.
Sharing in her simchah will be her
grandparents Penny and Harold
Blumenstein of Bloomfield Hills, and
Dr. Seymour Stein of Singer Island,
Fla. She is also the granddaughter of
the late Lucille Stein.
Alana is entering seventh grade
at Hillel Day School of Metropolitan
Detroit in Farmington Hills. Her mitz-
vah project is at the West Bloomfield-
based Friendship Circle, where she was
a camp counselor.

Jennings

Zachary Benjamin
Jennings will be
called to the Torah
as a bar mitzvah
on Saturday, Sept.
8, at Congregation
Shaarey Zedek in
Southfield. He is the

are Charyl Apple of Farmington
Hills, Dr. Marty and Margo Apple of
Birmingham, Carolyn and Rex Lanyi
of Commerce, and the late Sharon
and Ray Hittleman. Sharing in their
joy is maternal great-grandmother
Margie Burdowski of Commerce.
Sloane is lovingly named for her
late paternal grandmother Sharon
Hittleman.

son of Nadine and Brian Jennings
of Bloomfield Hills and the brother
of Jacob, Madison and Marki. Proud
grandparents are Dr. Seymour and
Dorothy Rapp of Bloomfield Hills,
and Delores and Ronald Jennings of
Northville.
Zachary is an eighth-grader
at Derby Middle School in
Birmingham. Among his many mitz-
vah projects, he enjoyed working at
Gleaners Food Bank, packaging and
distributing food.

Spencer Novick,
son of Hannah and
Barry Novick, will
become a bar mitz-
vah on Saturday,
Sept. 8, at Adat
Shalom Synagogue
in Farmington
Novick
Hills. His grand-
parents are Miriam
Rubenstein and the late Morris
Rubenstein, Peggy Novick and the
late Marvin Novick.
Spencer is a student at Bloomfield
Hills Middle School.

Jared Spiro Pazner,
son of Monica and
Jonathan Moray,
and Sherrie and
Eric Pazner, will
read from the Torah
as he becomes a
bar mitzvah at
Pazner
Temple Israel in
West Bloomfield
Saturday, Sept. 8. He is the brother
of Livia (Moray) and Lily (Pazner).
His proud grandparents are Nadele
Spiro, Elaine and Henry Spiro,
Muriel and Bernard Moray, and
Betty and Burton Pazner. He is
also the grandchild of the late Sybil
Silver and the late Eddie Silver, and
the great-grandchild of the late
Sophie Eisenberg and the late Louis
Eisenberg.
Jared attends Detroit Country Day
School in Beverly Hills. He felt it
was meaningful to visit the Sunrise
Senior Living Center as part of his
mitzvah experience.

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