Adi and Maya Siegmann
Adi Mati Siegmann and Maya
Tzilly Siegmann, son and daughter
of Lisa and Tal Siegmann, will be
called to the Torah in honor of their
b'nai mitzvah on Saturday, May 24,
at Adat Shalom Synagogue in
Farmington Hills. Sharing in their
happiness will be their little brother
Amit Beni, grandparents Joan and
Fred Soble (who turns 80 on their
simchah) of Beachwood, Ohio, and
Judy and Arnon Siegmann of Haifa,
Israel, along with beloved aunts,
uncles, cousins and friends.
Adi and Maya are both students
at Hillel Day School of Metropolitan
Detroit in Farmington Hills. Adi's
main mitzvah project has been as a
Hebrew tutor through Adat Shalom's
madrichim program throughout the
year. Maya's mitzvah projects have
been to volunteer through Haven,
many Jewish community events and
as part of PeerCorps Detroit.
Maya Rose Simon
will be called to the
Torah as a bat mitz-
vah on Saturday, May
24, at Temple Sinai of
Bergen County in
Tenafly, N.J. She is
the daughter of Karen
(Weinstein) and the
late Kenneth Simon,
granddaughter of Judith and Sydney
Weinstein of Bradenton, Fla., and Susan
Simon of Bluffton, S.C., and the late
Her passion and devotion for
camp is illustrated in her bat mitzvah
project, which is raising money and
awareness for Focus For a Future Inc.,
a nonprofit organization that helps
young people from underserved areas
experience the unique benefits gained
by attending summer camp. She is sell-
ing personalized address labels with a
goal to raise $1,800.
Of Day into Evening
For all Your
Stop in to see New Arrivals!
Ian Michael Wagner
of Royal Oak became
a bar mitzvah on
Saturday, May 17, at
Shaarey Zedek in
Celebrating with Ian
were his proud par-
ents, Stephanie and
Jason, and his sisters Ella and Sari. He is
the grandson of Ava and Ronald
Wagner of Oak Park, and Debrah and
Leon Warner of Farmington Hills.
Ian is a seventh-grader at Norup
International School in Oak Park. For
his mitzvah project, he spent significant
time with Forgotten Harvest and found
the experience to be most rewarding.
I rL 11111 I
CELEBRATL \A/IIIH THE GREATEST
IN THE COU
NCJW Joins Equal Pay Rally In Lansing
welve board members from
National Council of Jewish
traveled to Lansing on April 29 to
attend the Equal Pay Rally.
At a breakfast meeting, trainers
shared lobby techniques to influence
legislators and the legislation when
women face job discrimination. At
noon, many organizations gathered
in the Capitol Rotunda and heard
speeches by legislators about the 74
cents a woman in Michigan makes
for every dollar a man makes in the
same position. They said the national
average is 77 cents.
It's your day. Enjoy it.
Introducing Arid Blow Dry & Beauty Bar.
Drop in. Blow out.
NCJW Volunteers at Lansing
Later, NCJW members met with
state representatives or their aides.
All legislators received cookies with
a symbolic "bite" taken out of them.
NCJW says it has been working on
this issue for 52 years.
Packages that include hair & make-up for you
and your bridal party or any party. Relax and
be pampered, for pennies.
Packages starting at $70
Blow Dry & Beauty Bar
32956 Woodward Ave., Royal Oak, MI 48073
248-268-2590 • aridblowdrybar.com
May 22 • 2014