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The Detroit Jewish News, 2012-09-27

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October is National Orthodontic Health Month!

Ask the Orthodontist

Samuel Alexander
Myers of Huntington
Woods will read
from the Torah as a
bar mitzvah at
Temple Emanu El
in Oak Park Friday,
Sept. 28. Very proud
Myers
parents, Lisa and
Bruce Myers; older
brother, Jacob; grandparents, Mandy
and Raymond Hesano, Nancy and
Marty Myers; and great-grandmothers,
Adele Levine and Habeeba Hesano,
will share in the simchah.
Sam is an eighth-grade student at
Norup International School in Oak
Park. For a mitzvah project, he enjoyed
working with children at the Jewish
Community Center day camp.

Brandon Jay
Solomon, son of
Bonnie and Spencer
Solomon, will read
from the Torah at
Temple Israel in
West Bloomfield
Saturday, Sept. 29, in
Solomon
celebration of his bar
mitzvah. He is the
brother of Hannah and the grandchild
of Shelly and Herb Sokolm, and Lauri
and Steve Solomon, and the great-
grandchild of Shirlee and George
Ingber.
Brandon is a student at West Hills
Middle School in Bloomfield Hills. He
felt delivering food to people in need
through Yad Ezra in Berkley was a
meaningful mitzvah project.

Ethan Parker
Neuvirth of
Bloomfield Hills will
become bar mitzvah
at Temple Shir
Shalom in West
Bloomfield on
Saturday, Sept. 29.
Parents Jill and
Dennis Neuvirth,
and little sister Libby are all thrilled to
celebrate with him. Proud grandpar-
ents are Barbara and Harvey Altman
of Edgewater, N.J., and Idelle Neuvirth
of Farmington Hills.
Ethan attends Bloomfield Hills
Middle School. For his mitzvah proj-
ect, he spent months preparing an
hour-long piano and trumpet concert
for performances at various senior
residences, including Fleischman in
West Bloomfield.

Benjamin Philip
Walters, son of Gina
and Kenneth
Walters, will lead the
congregation in
prayer at Temple
Israel in West
Bloomfield Friday,
Benjamin
Sept. 28, as he cele-
Walters
brates his bar mitz-
vah. He is the broth-
er of Cara. His proud grandparents are
Adrienne Roberts Telford, Susan
Rosenthal and Larry Grosberg, and Liz
and Jerry Walters.
Benjamin is an eighth-grader at
Clifford Smart Middle School in
Walled Lake. He felt volunteering
at Fleischman Residence in West
Bloomfield was his most meaningful
mitzvah project.

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Avery Carol Ribiat
(Zisa Malkah) will
be called to the
bimah at
Congregation Beth
Ahm in West
Bloomfield on
Saturday, Sept. 29,
Ribiat
on the occasion of
her bat mitzvah. Her
grandparents Pat Ribiat, and Carolyn
and Arnold Gordon will share in the
simchah. Avery is the daughter of
Jennifer and Steven Ribiat and the sis-
ter of Eli and Blake. She is also the
granddaughter of the late Carol
Gordon and the late Sara and Dr.
Laurence Ribiat,
Avery is a student at Orchard Lake
Middle School in West Bloomfield.
Her mitzvah project involves volunteer
work with Guardian Angel Animal
Rescue.

Cara Brooke
Walters will cele-
brate her bat mitz-
vah as she is called
to the bimah at
Temple Israel in
West Bloomfield
Friday, Sept. 28. She
Cara Walters
is the daughter of
Gina and Kenneth
Walters and the sister of Benjamin.
Sharing in the simchah will be proud
grandparents Adrienne Roberts
Telford, Susan Rosenthal and Larry
Grosberg, and Liz and Jerry Walters.
Cara is a seventh-grader at Clifford
Smart Middle School in Walled Lake.
Being able to help children at West
Bloomfield-based Friendship Circle
was the highlight of her mitzvah expe-
riences.

For those who don't know, October is National Orthodontic Health
Month. This is a month long event organized by the American
Association of Orthodontists, or MO. During October, members of the
American Association of Orthodontists (MO) conduct a wide range of
activities to educate orthodontists and their patients about protecting
their teeth during Halloween, as well as share information about the
benefits of orthodontic treatment.

Drs. Nelson "Nick" Hersh, Marsha Beattie and Amy Isenberg realize
that this is a great opportunity to raise awareness about the
importance of oral hygiene. National Orthodontic Health Month also
aims to recognize the dedicated work of orthodontists like Drs. Hersh,
Beattie & Isenberg

The AAO recommends orthodontic patients avoid
the following Halloween treats, or recipes with these
ingredients:

i•

and
Dr. Marsha Beattie

• Caramel
• Nuts
• Popcorn (including un-popped kernels)
• taffy
• Jelly beans
• Hardy
• Licorice
• Bubblegum
• Ice

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for Children
& Adults

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Drs. Hersh and Beattie invite you to join our patient family.
Our offices are located on the border of West Bloomfield/Commerce Township
at 2300 Haggerty Road, Suite 1160 (248) 926-4100
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