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Arianna B. Lerner

May 28
Jared and Lauren
(Wimmer)
Shiffman of Kansas
City joyfully
announce the birth
of their son, Aiden
Edward (Reuven
Shiffman
Sholom). Delighted
grandparents are
Marla and Iry Shiffman, and Kathy
and Bill Wimmer. Proud great-
grandparents are Sheila and Sol
Garber. Aiden is named in honor of
his great-grandpa as well as in loving
memory of great-grandfathers Ralph
Shiffman and Edward Neville.

May 19
Sam Polk and
Kate Becker of
Brookline, Mass.,
are thrilled to
announce the birth
of their daughter,
Hannah Edele
Polk
(Ameina Eidel).
Proud grandpar-
ents are Eileen and Richard Polk of
Huntington Woods, and Elin and

Barry Becker of Stratford, Ontario
(formerly of Huntington Woods).
Excited great-grandparents are
Marcia Klain and Clara Selik, both of
West Bloomfield. Hannah is named
in memory of her great-grandfathers
Jack Klain, Louis Becker, Louis Selik
and Samuel Polk, and her great-
grandmothers Edith Polk and Esther
Becker.

Feb. 28
Ali and Aaron
Lipson of Chicago,
Ill., are thrilled to
announce the birth
of their son, Max
Abraham (Gilad
Avraham). Sharing
Lipson
in their happi-
ness are grand-
parents Susie and Dan Perkins of
Northbrook, Ill., Nancy and Kenny
Lipson of West Bloomfield, and
great-grandmother Honora Lipson
of West Bloomfield. Max is named
after his great-grandfather Alex
Lipson, great-grandmother Gertrude
Wexler and great-grandfather George
Lipshaw.

will be called to the
Torah on Saturday,
Oct. 5, as a bat mitz-
vah at Congregation
Beth Shalom in Oak
Park. She is the
daughter of Joshua
Lerner
and Sandra Lerner of
Huntington Woods
and the big sister to Benjamin and
Liat. She is the granddaughter of
Lorraine Lerner of West Bloomfield,
and Rosalie and Horacio Schlaen of
Hollywood, Fla. She is also the grand-
daughter of the late Dr. Leonard H.
Lerner.
Arianna is an eighth-grader at Hillel
Day School of Metropolitan Detroit
in Farmington Hills. For her mitzvah
project, she tended and harvested a
community garden, providing fresh
vegetables to Yad Ezra in Berkley.

Talia
Oleshansky

Benjamin Noah
Fellows will chant
from the Torah as
he celebrates his
bar mitzvah during
Havdalah services
Saturday, Oct. 5, at
Temple Israel in
Fellows
West Bloomfield.
He is the son of
Suzanne and Jonathan Fellows and
the brother of Emma. His proud
grandparents are Sima and Jerry
Parr, and Harold Fellows. He is also
the grandson of the late Phyllis
Fellows.
Ben attends West Hills Middle
School in Bloomfield Hills.
Volunteering at the Miracle League
Baseball program for children with
special needs was the most meaning-
ful of his mitzvah projects.

Lily Shaye
Franklin of
Huntington Woods
will be called to the
Torah as a bat mitz-
vah at Temple
Emanu-El in Oak
Park on Saturday,
Franklin
Oct. 5. -Celebrating
with her will be
parents, Amy and Todd Franklin;

sibling Chloe; and grandparents Liz
and Eliot Bank, Edee Franklin, and
Jerry and Carol Franklin. With her,
in spirit, will be her loving great-
grandmother Inez Eaton.
Lily is a student in the eighth
grade at Norup International School
in Oak Park. For her mitzvah proj-
ect, she volunteers at Sunrise Senior
Home, where her beloved late great-
grandmother lived for several years.

.1\ \‘ Richard Halprin of
Huntington Woods
and Mary Beth
Halprin of Royal
Oak proudly
announce that their
daughter Chloe
Rose Halprin (Leah
Halprin
Ruth) recently had
her bat mitzvah at
Temple Emanu-El in Oak Park.
Celebrants included grandparents
Stanley and Shirley Halprin, Gary
and Marion Stagner, and sister
Hailee Halprin.
Chloe is a student at Norup
International School in Oak Park.
For her mitzvah project, she orga-
nized a drive to donate clothing and
supplies for underprivileged girls in
the Vista Maria residential program.

Samuel
Oleshansky

Samuel Eric Oleshansky and Talia
Alyse Oleshansky, son and daughter
of Alison and Brad Oleshansky, will
share the bimah at Temple Israel in
West Bloomfield Saturday, Oct. 5, as
they celebrate their b'nai mitzvah.
Joining in the celebration will be
grandparents Gail and Peter
Lewenberg, and Marlene and Bill
Oleshansky, along with many friends
and family.
Sam and Talia attend Derby Middle
School in Birmingham. They par-
ticipated in several mitzvah projects,
including volunteering at Rub-a-Dub
for ORT.

Abigail Nicole
Rochlen, daughter
of Dana and Jeff
Rochlen and sister of
Matthew, will read
from the Torah
Saturday, Oct. 5, at
Temple Israel in
Rochlen
West Bloomfield as
she celebrates her
bat mitzvah. Sharing in the simchah
will be grandparents Illene and Gary
Rochlen, and Jack Polsky; sadly missed
will be late grandmother Joyce Polsky.
The family will be delighted to have
great-grandmother Bertha Rochlen
with them.

Abigail attends Clifford Smart
Middle School in Walled Lake. She
rode her bicycle 125 miles and donat-
ed the significant funds earned to the
American Stroke Association; she felt
this mitzvah project was very impor-
tant.

Joshua Eli Sherman,
son of Karin Katz
Sherman and Dr.
Michael Sherman,
will read from the
Torah as he cele-
brates his bar mitz-
vah Friday, Oct. 4, at
Sherman
Temple Israel in
West Bloomfield. He
is the brother of Danielle and Fallan.
Sharing in the simchah will be his
proud grandparents Sharon Hope and
Samuel Katz, and Esther and Edward
Sherman. His late great-grandmother
was Ida Sanders.
Josh attends West Hills Middle
School in Bloomfield Hills. He felt
it was very meaningful to honor his
grandfather, a Holocaust survivor,
by volunteering at the Holocaust
Memorial Center as well as donating
funds there.

Hannah Rose Tighe
(Ghana Rivka) was
called to the Torah
on Saturday, Sept.
28, at Temple Shir
Shalom in West
Bloomfield. She is
the daughter of
Tighe
Renee and Patrick
Tighe. Her brother,
Noah, is excited for Hannah. Proud
grandparents are Nettie and Stuart
Rosen, and Anita and Jack Tighe.
Hannah is a student at Clifford
Smart Middle School in Commerce
Township. She has loved being a vol-
unteer at Friendship Circle in West
Bloomfield.

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