Meet Our April 2011 B’nai Mitzvah
Noah Wren is a seventh grader at Solon Middle School. His favorite subjects are Social Studies and Science. Noah loves to play baseball and soccer. He is a utility player--which means he has the skills to play anywhere--in baseball and in soccer. Baseball season starts right after the Bar Mitzvah...that’s great timing.
Why become a Bar Mitzvah? Noah answered, "It’s a tradition in my family and I want to keep it going."
Mazel Tov to Noach, his parents Amy and Bob, his brother Trevor, his grandparents Susie and Jerry Strom, and the rest of his extended family. He will be called to the Torah, Friday April 1, 2011. Everyone is invited to come and share this simcha with his family.
Josh Levy is a seventh grader at LaMuth Middle School in Painesville Township. His favorite subjects are math and science… lunch too. He plays saxophone in the school band, and for the past two years, he has played Hatikvah with his classmates at the conclusion of religious school each week. Josh plays baseball in Painesville Little League; his favorite positions are pitcher, shortstop, and catcher.
Joshua is looking forward to reading from the Torah and sharing this joyous occasion with family and friends.
Mazel Tov to Yehoshua and his parents, Ann and Jordan, and his brothers Noah and Zachary. The congregation is invited to join the celebration at services, Friday, April 29, 2011.