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March 6 • 2014

Jackson Henry
Blau, son of
Michelle and Randy
Blau, will be called
to the Torah as a bar
mitzvah on Friday,
March 7, at Temple
Beth El in
Blau
Bloomfield
Township. He is the
brother of Grant Blau. His proud
grandparents are Fayclare and Robert
Blau, and Donna and David Schwartz.
Jackson attends Berkshire Middle
School in Birmingham. His most
meaningful mitzvah project involved
organizing a mystery movie night to
raise funds for the Friendship Circle
in West Bloomfield.

Garrett Joseph
Freed will be called
to the Torah as a bar
mitzvah on
Saturday, March 8,
at Temple Kol Ami
in West Bloomfield.
He is the son of
Freed
Dawn and Jeffrey
Freed and brother of
Jacob and Logan. Proud grandparents
are Shirley and Jack Freed, Frances
and Richard Detmer, and Dan
Nichols.
Garrett is a seventh-grader at Sarah
Banks Middle School in Wixom. His
mitzvah projects were meaningful
and included volunteering at the
Meer Apartments in West Bloomfield
in the computer lab, helping the resi-
dents with their computer challenges.

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Caroline and Adam Schwartz of Los Angeles, Calif., are
delighted to announce the birth of their daughter, Avery
Geneva (Mindel Ze'evah). First-time grandparents are
Sharon and Dr. Larry Schwartz of Bloomfield Hills, and
Carol and Dr. Jim Rich of Asheboro, N.C. Avery's thrilled
great-grandmother is Irene Schumer of Bloomfield Hills.
Avery is named in loving memory of her great-grandparents
Geneva Rich, Minnie Schwartz and William Zev Schumer.

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Jonah Louis
Greenblatt (Shai
Lev), together with
his parents, Susan
and Phillip
Greenblatt, will cele-
brate his bar mitz-
vah Saturday, March
8, at Adat Shalom
Synagogue in

Farmington Hills. Proudly emulating
his big brother is Joshua, who will
joyfully celebrate the occasion.
Ecstatic bubbie and papa are Elaine
and Harvey Aidem.
Jonah attends Hillel Day School of
Metropolitan Detroit in Farmington
Hills. His favorite mitzvah project
involved his volunteer efforts toward
the joyful youth that attend the Early
Childhood Center program at Hillel
Day School.

Liza Ariella Kay,
daughter of Renee
and Stuart Kay, will
read from the Torah
Saturday, March 8,
at Temple Israel in
West Bloomfield as
she celebrates her
Kay
bat mitzvah. Sharing
in her celebration
will be her siblings Sammy and Lexie.
She is the granddaughter of Gilda and
Mark Kopitz, and the late Gladys and
the late Louis Kay.
Liza attends Orchard Lake Middle
School in West Bloomfield. Her
mitzvah projects included volunteer-
ing at the Friendship Circle in West
Bloomfield, which she found to be the
most meaningful.

Sloane Gabrielle
Marwil will become
a bat mitzvah on
Saturday, March 8,
at Temple Israel in
West Bloomfield.
She is the daughter
of Heather and
Marwil
Bruce Marwil and
sister of Darby. Her
proud grandparents are Harriet Maza,
Dr. Bernard Maza, and Susan and
Brand Marwil.
Sloane is a student at West Hills
Middle School in Bloomfield Hills.
As part of her mitzvah experience,
she volunteered during Housing the
Homeless at Temple Israel.

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