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May 22 • 2014

Brendan Lynn

Mari Lynn

Brendan Lewis Lynn and MariElla
Lynn, son and daughter of Paula and
Jeffrey Lynn, will lead the congrega-
tion at Temple Shir Shalom in West
Bloomfield as they share the bimah on
Friday, May 23, to celebrate their b'nai
mitzvah. Their proud grandparents are
Pam and Chuck Gottlieb, and Norman
and DeeDee Lynn.
Brendan and Mari attend West Hills
Middle School in Bloomfield Hills.
They felt volunteering at Temple Beth
El Early Childhood Day Camp was a
rewarding volunteer experience.

Joshua Nathan
Myers will become a
bar mitzvah on
Saturday, May 24, at
Temple Beth El in
Bloomfield
Township. He is the
son of Dr. Daniel
Myers
Myers, Mrs. Peggy
Cherrin-Myers and
the late Carol Myers, and the brother
of Hannah Myers, Hannah Cherrin
and Max Cherrin. Josh is the grandson
of Dr. Ruth Myers and the late Dr.
Richard Myers, Mr. Norton Delidow,
the late Arlene Delidow, and Mr. Gene
Schneider and Mrs. Susie Schneider.
Josh attends Berkshire Middle
School in Beverly Hills. His mitzvah
projects included volunteering at
Michigan Animal Rescue League.

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Jessica Leigh
Norris, daughter of
Dr. Ronda Barak-
Norris and Victor
Norris and sister of
Max, will celebrate
her bat mitzvah at
Temple Israel in
Norris
West Bloomfield on
Saturday, May 24. She
is the grandchild of Rosann Barak and
the late Dr. Stuart Barak, the late
Frances Norris and the late Professor
Harold Norris.
Jessica is a student at Cranbrook-
Kingswood Middle School for Girls
in Bloomfield Hills. As part of her
mitzvah experience, she volunteered
through the Jewish Federation, assem-
bling food packages for needy families
for Rosh Hashanah.

Ian Blake
Rosenwasser
(Yechiyel Israel) will
become a bar mitz-
vah at Congregation
Shaarey Zedek in
Southfield on
Saturday, May 24.
Rosenwasser
Proud parents, Mitch
and Jenifer
Rosenwasser, are excited to share this
simchah with Ian's siblings Lexy and
Jake, grandparents Shirley and Sy
Rosenwasser, and Elana and Sandor
Adler.
A student at Berkshire Middle
School in Beverly Hills, Ian felt his
most meaningful and rewarding mitz-
vah project was helping out at the West
Bloomfield-based Friendship Circle
with the inclusion basketball league.

Blake Thomas
Salesin will become
a bar mitzvah at
Temple Israel in
West Bloomfield on
Friday, May 23. He
will be joined by his
proud parents,
Salesin
Sheree and Brian,
along with his sister
Emma. Also sharing in his celebration
will be his grandparents Marilyn and
Jerome Salesin, and great-grandmoth-
er Marian Guttman. Blake is also the
grandchild of the late Vivian and the
late Heinz Seiferheld.
Blake attends Birmingham
Covington School. Of his many mitz-
vah experiences, he found volunteer-
ing for the Jewish Senior Life Dream
Cruise to be very meaningful.

Dylan Garret
Schwartz, son of
Lisa and Paul
Schwartz, will lead
the congregation in
prayer on Saturday,
May 24, as he cele-
brates his bar mitz-
Schwartz
vah at Temple Israel
in West Bloomfield.
Sharing in his celebration will be his
siblings Alex and Jake. His proud
grandparents are Faye Schwartz, and
Kaye and Stan Miller. He is also the
grandchild of the late Arthur Schwartz
and great-grandchild of the late Estelle
Moggel.
Dylan is a student at Cranbrook-
Kingswood Boys Middle School in
Bloomfield Hills. As part of his vari-
ous mitzvah experiences, he volun-
teers at the Friendship Circle in West
Bloomfield, which he finds to be very
meaningful.

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