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January 16, 2014 - Image 50

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2014-01-16

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Nov. 8

Dr. Melanie (Gvazda) and Glen Schwartz of Commerce
Township are thrilled to announce the birth of their
son, Ari Gabriel. Sharing in their joy are big brother
Avery and grandparents Marilyn and Melvyn Gvazda
of West Bloomfield, and Anita and Dr. Louis Schwartz
of Commerce Township. Loving great-grandparents are
Evelyn Molotch, and Roz and Jim Lazear of Margate, Fla.
Ari is named in loving memory of his great-grandfather
Abraham Molotch, great-grandfather Jerry Schwartz,
great-grandmother Ida Gvazda and great-great-uncle Benjamin Rich

Lina Berman, the

daughter of Laura
Berman and Brian
Dickerson, will cel-
ebrate her bat mitzvah
on Saturday, Jan.
18, at Temple Beth
El in Bloomfield
Township. Sharing in
her simchah will be
her stepbrother, Zachary Dickerson, and
her grandparents Seymour and Rose
Berman of Novi, and Shirley Dickerson
of Rochester, N.Y.
Lina is a seventh-grade student at
Derby Middle School in Birmingham.
For one mitzvah project, she organized
and supervised a fundraising craft
workshop for the Bottomless Toy Chest,
a charitable organization that provides
toys for children being treated at hospi-
tals in Metro Detroit.

Elan Samuel
Goldstein will cel-
ebrate his bar mitzvah
as he reads from the
Torah on Saturday,
Jan. 18, at Adat
Shalom Synagogue in
&\ • Farmington Hills. He
is the son of Julie and
Raphael Goldstein and
the brother of Andrea and Robert. His
proud grandmothers are Roslyn Garber
and Regina Goldstein. He is also the
grandson of the late Arnold M. Katz and
the late Reuven Goldstein.
Elan is a student at West Hills Middle
School in Bloomfield Hills. He found his
most meaningful mitzvah projects to
be volunteering at Yad Ezra in Berkley
and at the Friendship Circle in West


Griffin Eli Kozlow,
son of Dr. Daniel
Kozlow, and Michelle
and Scott Segal, will
read from the Torah
as he celebrates his
bar mitzvah Saturday,
Jan. 18, at Temple
Israel in West
Bloomfield. He is the
brother of Zack and Jamie Kozlow, and


Evie and Leah Segal. His grandparents
are Susan and Richard Rogel, Carol
Kozlow, the late Robert Kozlow, the late
Gerald Ross, and Reva and Sheldon
Griffin attends Berkshire Middle
School in Birmingham. His most mean-
ingful mitzvah project involved organiz-
ing a pay-to-play kickball tournament
to raise funds for the Matthew Bittker

Eric David Lipsky,
son of Ronit and Joel
Jacob, and Jeffrey
Lipsky, will be
called to the Torah
as a bar mitzvah on
Saturday, Jan. 18, at
Congregation Ohel
Moed Shomrey
Emunah in West
Bloomfield. Eric is the brother of Mikey,
Danny, Merrick, Andrew, Autumn,
Michael and Micayla. Very proud grand-
parents are Jack and Betty Marom of
Israel, and Harvey and Etta Lipsky.
Eric is a student at Hillel Day School
of Metropolitan Detroit in Farmington
Hills. His most meaningful mitzvah
project was helping children in Israel
with special needs.

Bailey Rose McAvoy
will lead the con-
gregation in prayer
Friday, Jan. 17, at
Temple Israel in
West Bloomfield as
she celebrates her bat
mitzvah. She is the
daughter of Nicole and
Philip McAvoy and
the sister of Chase. Her grandparents are
Gretchen Roubeck, the late Dr. William
Roubeck, Susan Shay, the late Robert
Shay, and Kate and Terry McAvoy.
Sharing in the simchah will be proud
great-grandmother Doris Jordan.
Bailey attends Norup International
School in Oak Park. Among her many
mitzvah projects, she felt volunteering
at Yad Ezra in Berkley was the most

B'nai Mitzvah

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