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B'nai Mitzvah November 2023

Liam Cohen will become a Bar Mitzvah on November 4, 2023 at The Temple. 

Liam was born on August 27, 2010 in Chicago, IL. His parents are Joshua and Allyson Cohen and his big brother is Luke.  

For Liam’s mitzvah project, he is supporting the Williamson County Animal Center with a supply drive.  

Liam is a seventh grader at Grassland Middle School. He enjoys lacrosse, history, Model UN, Wisconsin football, Titans football and the Predators.  

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Liam Cohen

Ari Hasson will become a B’rit Mitzvah on Saturday, November 11at Congregation Micah. 

Ari is the child of Leah and Jeffrey Hasson, the brother of Max and Josh Hasson, and the grandchild of Marty and Lenny Weinstock, and Miriam and Leonard Hasson. A rising 7th grader at Montessori Academy, Ari’s passion lies in being an avid collector - notably of rocks and crystals, coins, Pokemon and Magic the Gathering cards, fidget spinners, and bracelets. He also likes to play chess, fish, golf, and hang out at home. 

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Ari Hasson

Harley Mitchell will become a Bat Mitzvah on November 11, 2023 at The Temple. 

Harley was born on September 17, 2010 in Los Angeles, California. Her parents are Jason and Melissa Mitchell and her little sister is Skye.  Her grandparents are Sheri Marion of Scottsdale, Arizona, Mark Krems of Scottsdale, Arizona, Lynn & Mark Cane of Los Angeles, and Jonathan & Michelle Mitchell of Sarasota, Florida. 

 Harley is an animal lover, especially of her two rescue dogs, Coco and Cali. For her mitzvah project, she is volunteering and holding a drive to collect necessities for Wags and Walks to allow the staff to concentrate on rescuing more dogs in need, some requiring expensive medical attention. She wants to help rescue dogs, find their forever homes where they will be spoiled and treated the way they deserve. 

Harley is in the seventh grade at Harding Academy. When Harley is not cheerleading, she is writing, performing in theater, singing, drawing, enjoying movie nights, and hanging out with friends.   

 

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Harley Mitchell
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