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Corey Joseph Cohn,
son of Melanie and
Harry Cohn, will chant
from the Torah as he
celebrates his bar mitz-
vah at Temple Israel in
West Bloomfield
Saturday, June 8. He is
Cohn
the brother of Spencer
and the grandchild of
Elaine and Victor Koblin, and Susan
Cohn and the late Eli Cohn.
Corey is a student at Orchard Lake
Middle School in West Bloomfield.
He volunteers and participates in the
yearly walk for West Bloomfield-based
Friendship Circle and believes this to be
an important mitzvah project.

Rebecca Driker-
Ohren will be called to
the Torah as a bat
mitzvah on Saturday,
June 8, at Temple
Emanu El in Oak
Park. Celebrating with
Rebecca will be her
Driker-Ohren
parents, Elissa Driker
and Perry Ohren,
brothers Caleb and Charlie, and grand-
parents Elaine and Eugene Driker, and
Helene and Tom Ohren.
Rebecca is a seventh-grader at Norup
International School in Oak Park. For
her mitzvah project, she is assembling
60 backpacks filled with school supplies
and books for incoming first-graders at
Pasteur Elementary School in Detroit.

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Amanda Leigh
Goldfaden (Ahava
Leiba) will be called to
the Torah as a bat
mitzvah at
Congregation Beth
Shalom on Saturday,
June 8. She is the
Goldfaden
daughter of Abigail
and David Goldfaden
and the younger sister of Joshua. Proud
grandparents are Judy Goldfaden and
William Winer. She is also the grand-
daughter of the late Jerry Goldfaden and
the late Kathy Winer.
Amanda is a seventh-grader at
Berkshire Middle School in Beverly
Hills. Among her many mitzvah proj-
ects, she found donating her hair to
make wigs for those with cancer the
most meaningful.

Jasgur

Matthew Solomon
Brickman Jasgur will
lead the congregation
at Temple Israel in
West Bloomfield
Friday, June 7, as he
celebrates his bar mitz-
vah. He is the son of
Renee and Ron Jasgur

and the brother of Taylor and Jaclyn. His
grandparents are Elaine Brickman and
Harriet Jasgur. He is also the grandson of
the late Dr. Murray Brickman and the late
Robert Jasgur and the great-grandchild of
the late Ruth Schneyer.
Matthew is a student at Geisler
Middle School in Commerce Township.
He felt volunteering at Friendship Circle
in West Bloomfield was the most mean-
ingful of his mitzvah projects.

Seth Joshua Kahan
was called to the Torah
as a bar mitzvah on
May 25 at
Congregation Beth
Ahm in West
Bloomfield. Seth is the
son of Tammy and
Kahan
Jeffrey Kahan, and the
brother of Hannah,
Sara, Rachel and Jeremy. His proud
grandparents are David and Terry
Kahan, Bernie and Judy Kaner, and the
late JoAnn Kaner.
Seth is a student at Hillel Day School
in Farmington Hills. His mitzvah proj-
ects included raising money for Kids
Kicking Cancer, Youth Futures in Israel
and volunteering to tutor children.

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Haley Rebecca
Kaplansky will become
a bat mitzvah Friday,
June 7, at Temple Shir
Shalom in West
Bloomfield. She is the
daughter of John and
Amy Kaplansky and
Kaplansky
the sister of Joshua,
Beth and Adam. She is
the granddaughter of Molly Kaplansky,
the late Israel Kaplansky and Nona
Kaplansky, and the late Haritoula and
Peter Marinkovich.
Haley attends Walnut Creek Middle
School in Walled Lake. For the past three
years, she has worked with Haven in col-
lecting holiday gifts and items of need.

Jessica Abigail Mills,
daughter of Judith and
Howard Mills and sis-
ter of Emily, will cele-
brate her bat mitzvah
as she chants from the
Torah at Temple Israel
in West Bloomfield
Mills Saturday, June 8.
Sharing in the simchah
will be grandparents Sharon and Stuart
Mills. Jessica is also the grandchild of the
late Janet and the late Bertram Feldman.
Jessica is a student at West Hills
Middle School in Bloomfield Hills.
Among her various mitzvah experiences,
volunteering at Detroit Healthcare for
the Homeless was the project she felt to
be most meaningful.

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