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The Detroit Jewish News, 2014-01-09

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June 5
Shayna (Fink)
and Brian Moss
are thrilled to
announce the
birth of their son,

Jason Golnick DDS, MS
Arnold L. Golnick DDS, MS
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Sharing in their
happiness are
proud first-time
grandparents Kim and Darryl

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Noah Grant
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with his parents,
Julie and Dr.
Anthony Emmer,
will celebrate his bar
mitzvah Friday, Jan.
10, at Temple Israel
Emmer
in West Bloomfield.
Sharing in the cele-
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Eriel, and his proud grandparents
Marsha and Jerry Moss, and Rebecca
and Howard Emmer.
Noah attends Orchard Lake Middle
School in West Bloomfield. He felt it
was meaningful to volunteer at Temple
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Fink, and Phyllis and Mark Moss.
Great-grandparents are Jacqueline
Livingston, Barbara and Neil Fink,
Kim Stout and Shirley Stone. He is
also the great-grandson of the late
Ray Livingston, the late Jean and
Louis Weiss, the late Robert Moss
and the late Paul Stone. Paxton is
name after his maternal great-grand-
father Ray Livingston and his pater-
nal great-grandfather Paul Stone.

will read from the
Torah as she cele-
brates her bat mitz-
vah on Saturday, Jan.
11, at Congregation
Shaarey Zedek in
Southfield. Kate is
Gordon
the daughter of
Susan and Robert
Gordon, sister of Olivia and grand-
daughter of Millie and Jerry Grossman,
and Sylvia and Marvin Gordon.
Kate is a seventh-grade student at
the Girls' Middle School at Cranbrook
Schools in Bloomfield Hills. For her
mitzvah project, she designed winter
hats that were purchased by friends
and family; for every hat purchased,
a hat was donated to a local homeless
shelter.

Lilley Terra Kroll of

Birmingham will
become a bat mitz-
vah at Temple Shir
Shalom in West
Bloomfield on
Saturday, Jan. 11. She
will be joined by her
Kroll
proud parents,
Jennifer and Todd
Kroll, along with her sister Marlee.
Also celebrating with Lilley will be her

grandparents Beverly and Arnold
Lantor, and Barbara and Albert Kroll.
Utley is a seventh-grader at Hillel
Day School of Metropolitan Detroit
in Farmington Hills. She has enjoyed
volunteering at Yad Ezra in Berkley as
part of her mitzvah project, and she
plans to stay involved with Yad Ezra in
the future.

Jacob Ryan Stoller,

son of Carol and
Howard Stoller and
brother of Shannon,
will read from the
Torah Saturday, Jan.
11, at Temple Israel
in West Bloomfield
Stoller
as he celebrates his
bar mitzvah. His
grandparents are Norma Stoller, the
late Sol Stoller, Gerald Dailey and the
late Nelda Dailey.
Jacob is a student at Walnut Creek
Middle School in Walled Lake. Helping
at Gleaner's Food Bank for gemilut
chasidim (acts of loving kindness)
was the mitzvah experience he felt to
be the most meaningful among his
projects.

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are welcomed for members
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Anniversaries, engagements
and weddings with a photo
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There is no charge for bar/bat
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starting at the 90th.
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