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The Detroit Jewish News, 2014-04-24

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The Clear Choice!

Noah Henry
Schlussel will

become a bar mitz-
vah at Temple
Israel in West
Bloomfield on
Friday, April 25. He
will be joined by his
proud parents,
Michelle and Ronald
Baskin, and Laura Silber and Steve
Schlussel. Also celebrating with
Noah will be his siblings Adam,
Amanda, Drew, Natalie and Jamie.
He is the grandchild of Fred
Lebowitz, the late Ainsley Lebowitz,
Jackie Schlussel and Bruce Schlussel.
Noah attends Orchard Lake
Middle School in West Bloomfield.
For his mitzvah project, he volun-
teered at Yad Ezra in Berkley, which
he found to be very meaningful.

Lindsay Taylor
Schwartz, daughter

of Laura and Neil
Schwartz, will be
called to the Torah
as a bat mitzvah on
Saturday, April 26,
at Temple Israel in
West Bloomfield.
Sharing in her cele-
bration will be her siblings Danny
and Jason. She is the grandchild of
Patricia Klein, Suana and Stanley
Klein, Seymour Schwartz and the
late Anna Schwartz.
Lindsay attends Orchard Lake
Middle School in West Bloomfield.
For her mitzvah project, she made
and delivered colorful bracelets
and flower pens for the patients at
Children's Hospital of Michigan.

Joseph "Joey"
Benjamin Shapero

will become a bar
mitzvah on
Saturday, April 26,
at Temple Israel in
West Bloomfield.
He will be joined by
his proud parents,
Nancy and Tony
Shapero, along with siblings Alex
and Andie. Joey is the grandchild of
Ida Senzer and the late Michael
Senzer, Rhoda Shapero, and Arnold
and Nancy Shapero.
Joey attends Berkshire Middle
School in Birmingham. Among his
many mitzvah experiences, he will
support Stack the Caps by collect-
ing baseball hats at his bar mitzvah,
which he will then donate to chil-
dren with cancer.

Ava Claire Singer

will celebrate her bat
mitzvah at Temple
Beth El in
Bloomfield Township
during Havdalah ser-
vices on Saturday,
April 26. She is the
daughter of Marla
and Craig Singer, sis-
ter of Noah and Ashley Singer, and
granddaughter of Shelly and Peter
Cooper, and Karen and Fred Singer.
Ava is a seventh-grade student
at Bloomfield Hills Middle School.
Among her many mitzvah projects,
she felt that donating her hair on two
occasions to Locks of Love to be most

Madison Danielle
Somberg, with her

parents Julie
Somberg and Gary
Somberg and sister
Jordyn, will become
a bat mitzvah at
Temple Israel in
West Bloomfield on
Saturday, April 26.
Joining in her celebration will be her
proud grandparents Sharon and
Ronald Goldenberg, Stanley and
Marlene Somberg, and Sally Barnard,
and great-grandparents Marion and
Norman Robbins. Her late great-
grandparents are Ida and Louis
Goldenberg, and Leo Gaspas.
Madison attends Walnut Creek
Middle School in Walled Lake. As part
of her mitzvah experience, she volun-
teered at the Friendship Circle in West
Bloomfield, which she found to be
very meaningful.



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