Jessica & Isaac Hahn on the birth of their daughter, Shoshana Eva Hahn
Cory Herring & Blair Krevitz on their marriage
Carolyn Kelly, daughter of Deborah Kelly & Paul Kelly, sister of Michelle Kelly, and niece of Richard Simon and Bruce Simon, on her Bat Mitzvah
Celia Assiran, grandmother of Heather (Dennis) Tsang
Mary Shaner Bailey, mother of Donna (Jay) Barnett
Manfredo Feldstein, stepfather of Tomas (Patricia) Isakowitz
Matthew Gray, brother-in-law of Kathleen Noonan (Jonathan Lipson) and uncle of Elizabeth and Margaret Lipson
David J. Kaufman, past president and father of James Kaufman and David Kaufman, Jr.
Adelle Kline, mother of Susan (Leonard) Klehr, grandmother of Zachary (Deborah) Klehr, and great-grandmother of Noah and Ethan Klehr
Eileen M. Rosen, mother of Gail Rosen (Diamantino Caseiro) and grandmother of Marc and David Caseiro
Morris Spector, uncle of Shelley Spector (Yvonne Latty)
Marvin Tobin, husband of Helaine Tobin
Lewis Walder, father of Richard Walder
Leander Walter, Jr., brother of Charles Walter (Roger Margulies)
Lucille Zelanko, aunt of Beth Stanley
Mazel Tov to Our B'nai Mitzvah
Carolyn Kelly, daughter of Paul & Debbie Kelly, sister of Michelle Kelly, granddaughter of Ellen & Mickey Simon, and niece of Richard Simon and Bruce Simon, will become a Bat Mitzvah on Saturday, May 30. Carolyn is a 7th grader at Bala Cynwyd Middle School. For her mitzvah project, Carolyn volunteered at the Starfinder Foundation, a nonprofit organization dedicated to using soccer for social change and to teach leadership skills to kids who live in underserved communities around the Greater Philadelphia area. Carolyn did a fundraiser for college scholarships for attendees and collected donation items as well. In her free time, Carolyn loves playing soccer (and basically all sports), baking, doing art, and hanging out with her friends.
Agatha Parrott, daughter of Suzanne Newman & Lou Parrott and sister of Holland Parrott, will become a Bat Mitzvah on Saturday, June 13. Agatha is a rising 8th grader at Germantown Friends School. For her mitzvah project, Agatha volunteered at the Rodeph Shalom Mitzvah Meals, where she helped prepare meals for congregants who cannot get to RS easily. Her favorite part of the experience was slicing vegetables and knowing how happy a recipient of a mitzvah meal would be once they received a meal that she helped prepare.
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