Celebrations

Alexandra Grace (Ali) Becker, daughter of Mila and Scott Becker, will become a bat mitzvah Saturday, Sept. 5, at Congregation Beth El of Montgomery County. Family members joining in the simcha are her sister, Sophie, grandfather Jerold Roschwalb of Bethesda, and many aunts, uncles and cousins from around the country. Ali is an honor roll student at North Bethesda Middle School and attends Camp Habonim Dror Moshava. She is an accomplished dancer studying at the Royal Academy of Dance and has performed on stages in Montgomery County since she was 5. Her bat mitzvah project focused on fighting hunger. She ran in the Oy Vey 5k to raise money for the Manna Food Center and donated to local soup kitchens. While in Israel this summer, she volunteered with Leket Israel and also delivered cold water to IDF soldiers at borders and checkpoints. Photo provided

Alexandra Grace (Ali) Becker, daughter of Mila and Scott Becker, will become a bat mitzvah Saturday, Sept. 5, at Congregation Beth El of Montgomery County. Family members joining in the simcha are her sister, Sophie, grandfather Jerold Roschwalb of Bethesda, and many aunts, uncles and cousins from around the country. Ali is an honor roll student at North Bethesda Middle School and attends Camp Habonim Dror Moshava. She is an accomplished dancer studying at the Royal Academy of Dance and has performed on stages in Montgomery County since she was 5. Her bat mitzvah project focused on fighting hunger. She ran in the Oy Vey 5k to raise money for the Manna Food Center and donated to local soup kitchens. While in Israel this summer, she volunteered with Leket Israel and also delivered cold water to IDF soldiers at borders and checkpoints.
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Eden Weinstein of Washington, an 8th grader at the Charles E. Smith Jewish Day School in Rockville, will celebrate her bat mitzvah at the Waterview Conference Center in Rosslyn on Parshat Ki Tavo, Sept. 5. Eden, a graduate of the Jewish Primary Day School of the Nation's Capital, is the daughter of Amy Kauffman and Kenneth Weinstein, and the younger sibling of Raina and Harry Weinstein. The family are members at Kesher Israel-The Georgetown Synagogue. Eden will be joined at the simcha by her maternal grandfather, William Kauffman, of Penn Valley, Pa., aunts, uncles and cousins from Philadelphia, New York and Coventry, UK as well as by many friends, classmates and campers from Camp Ramah-New England. Photo provided

Eden Weinstein of Washington, an 8th grader at the Charles E. Smith Jewish Day School in Rockville, will celebrate her bat mitzvah at the Waterview Conference Center in Rosslyn on Parshat Ki Tavo, Sept. 5. Eden, a graduate of the Jewish Primary Day School of the Nation’s Capital, is the daughter of Amy Kauffman and Kenneth Weinstein, and the younger sibling of Raina and Harry Weinstein. The family are members at Kesher Israel-The Georgetown Synagogue. Eden will be joined at the simcha by her maternal grandfather, William Kauffman, of Penn Valley, Pa., aunts, uncles and cousins from Philadelphia, New York and Coventry, UK as well as by many friends, classmates and campers from Camp Ramah-New England.
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Sarah Bess Friedlander, daughter of Norm and Barbara (Danoff) Friedlander will become a bat mitzvah on Sept. 5 at Shaare Torah Synagogue in Gaithersburg. Sarah is a 7th grader at Charles E. Smith Jewish Day School. Sarah is joined by her grandmother, Sheila Danoff and her aunts, uncles and cousins. Photo provided

Sarah Bess Friedlander, daughter of Norm and Barbara (Danoff) Friedlander will become a bat mitzvah on Sept. 5 at Shaare Torah Synagogue in Gaithersburg. Sarah is a 7th grader at Charles E. Smith Jewish Day School. Sarah is joined by her grandmother, Sheila Danoff and her aunts, uncles and cousins.
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