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The Detroit Jewish News, 2014-05-08

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David Koby Ben-
Ezra, together with
his parents, Amy and
Steven Ben-Ezra, will
celebrate his bar
mitzvah at Temple
Israel in West
Bloomfield on
Saturday, May 10.
Sharing in his cele-
bration will be his siblings Reese and
Chase. His proud grandparents are
Shari and Stanley Finsilver, and Leslie
and David Ben-Ezra; great-grandpar-
ents are Frances Finsilver and Joseph
David is a student at Cranbrook
Kingswood Boys' Middle School in
Bloomfield Hills. Of his many mitzvah
experiences, David found volunteer-
ing at Blessings in a Backpack with his
"Papa" Stanley Finsilver to be the most

Alexander Patrick
Fetterman (Noach
Zvi) of Huntington
Woods will be
called to the Torah
as a bar mitzvah at
Temple Emanu El
in Oak Park on
Saturday, May 10.
Celebrating with
Alex will be his proud parents,
William and Janeen Fetterman, his
brother Julian and his grandparents
Sandra Klein and Don McCallum,
Richard and Jerri Klein, and Joan
Alex is in seventh grade at Norup
International School in Oak Park.
For one of his mitzvah projects, he
volunteered with PeerCorps Detroit
at Clark Park, maintaining the gar-
dens and playing sports with the
kids there.

Samantha Eden
Bokolor, daughter of
Denise and Mitch
Bokolor and sister of
Jordyn, will read
from the Torah as
she celebrates her
bat mitzvah at
Temple Israel in
West Bloomfield on
Saturday, May 10. She is the grand-
child of Trudy Rubinoff and the late
Ray Rubinoff, and Luba Bokolor and
the late Mark Bokolor.
Samantha attends Orchard Lake
Middle School in West Bloomfield.
Among her many mitzvah projects,
Samantha found her most meaning-
ful to be volunteering weekly at the
Fleischman Residence tea time as well
as at their New Year's Eve party.

Ashley Anne
Krause of Berkley
will become a bat
mitzvah at Temple
Beth El in
Township on
Saturday, May 10.
She will be joined
by her proud par-
ents, Alissa and Bruce Krause, and
her brother Ryan. Also celebrating
with Ashley will be her proud grand-
parents Donald and Eileen Klein of
Bloomfield Hills, and Bruce and
Eleanor Krause of Waldoboro,
Ashley is a seventh-grader at
Anderson Middle School in Berkley.
For her mitzvah project, she vol-
unteered for Kids Kicking Cancer,
assisting with special outings and
holiday parties.

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Samantha Megan
Boritzki will read
from the Torah on
the occasion of her
bat mitzvah
Saturday, May 10, at
Temple Israel in
West Bloomfield.
Joining in her sim-
chah will be her
proud parents, Stefanie and Tom
Boritzki, along with her brother Justin.
She is the grandchild of Linda and
Tom Boritzki, and Carol and Roy
Samantha attends Geisler Middle
School in Commerce Township.
Samantha found her role as literacy
ambassador for Huntington Learning
Center Literacy Project to be the most
meaningful of her many mitzvah proj-


Marissa Brooke
Rosen, daughter of
Laura and Mark
Rosen, will be
called to the Torah
as a bat mitzvah on
Saturday, May 10, at
Shaarey Zedek in
Southfield. She is
the sister of Josh Rosen. Proud
grandparents are Sandra and Stanley
Boykansky, and Fay and Paul Rosen.
Marissa attends Derby Middle
School in Birmingham. As part of
her mitzvah experience, she vol-
unteered at the Marvin and Betty
Danto Health Care Center in West

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