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Raquel Sweet’s Bat Mitzvah

My name is Raquel Sweet. I am 13 years old and attend The Brandeis School of San Francisco, where I am in seventh grade. I enjoy swimming, dancing, and playing with my dog, Teddy. I have belonged to Beth Sholom for my entire life. I have so many memories from the synagogue, from attending PJ […] http://bethsholomsf.org/raquel-sweets-bat-mitzvah/ Continue Reading...

Zoe & Hana Jaeger Skigen’s B’not Mitzvah

Shalom. Our names are Zoe and Hana Jaeger Skigen. We are twelve-year-old twins and we just finished Grade 7 at the Synergy School in San Francisco’s Mission District, where we also live. This Shabbat, June 17, we will become b’not mitzvah. We have spent our entire lives doing meaningful things together and the process of […] http://bethsholomsf.org/zoe-hana-jaeger-skigens-bnot-mitzvah/ Continue Reading...

Samantha Friedland’s Bat Mitzvah

Shalom. My name is Samantha Friedland, and I am a 7th grader at Creative Arts Charter School. My main hobbies are playing the flute, the guitar, and soccer. I also love being with friends and family, and just having fun. My bat mitzvah will take place this Shabbat, May 27. It will be an exciting […] http://bethsholomsf.org/samantha-friedlands-bat-mitzvah/ Continue Reading...

Aliyah Baruch’s Bat Mitzvah

My name is Aliyah Baruch. I attend Aptos Middle School and I am in the seventh grade. I like playing soccer, hanging out with my friends and family, taking care of animals, and traveling. On April 22, I will have my bat mitzvah. It is a big milestone in my life that I will be […] http://bethsholomsf.org/aliyah-baruchs-bat-mitzvah/ Continue Reading...

Eva Leavitt’s Bat Mitzvah

Shalom. My name is Eva Sivan Leavitt and I’m a seventh grader at The Brandeis School of San Francisco. I am looking forward to my bat mitzvah, which will take place this Saturday, March 18. I’ve been part of the Beth Sholom community since preschool, and now I’m entering the adult community. My portion is […] http://bethsholomsf.org/eva-leavitts-bat-mitzvah/ Continue Reading...

Shana Cohen’s Bat Mitzvah

Hello! Hej! Jambo! Hola! שלום! Bonjour! Hallo! Helló! My name is Shana Cohen, and I am a third generation San Franciscan and a student at Gateway Middle School. I like soccer (I play on SF Sol), reading, spending time with family and friends, animals, horseback riding, art, and being creative. I am bilingual – I […] http://bethsholomsf.org/shana-cohens-bat-mitzvah/ Continue Reading...

Sabina Lyon-Freedman’s Bat Mitzvah

My name is Sabina Lyon-Freedman, and I’m in the 7th grade at Roosevelt Middle School. I enjoy playing violin, baking, acting, reading, watching movies, writing novels and poems, spending time with friends (including some of my best friends at Beth Sholom), and petting my cat, Buster. For my bat mitzvah this coming Shabbat, I will […] http://bethsholomsf.org/sabina-freedmans-bat-mitzvah/ Continue Reading...

Noa Shenkar’s Bat Mitzvah

Shalom! My name is Noa Shenkar, and I’m excited to step up to the bimah for the first time and lead the CBS community in prayer! I’ve enjoyed the time I’ve studied with Rabbi Glazer and Rabbi Elisheva [Salamo]. It is fun to learn more about the Torah, and to discuss the messages in my […] http://bethsholomsf.org/noa-shenkars-bat-mitzvah/ Continue Reading...

Simona Lewis’ Bat Mitzvah

Hello. My name is Simona Lewis. I’m an eighth grader at The Brandeis School of San Francisco. My interests include hanging out with my friends, dancing, playing and creating computer games, and spending time with my family. This coming Shabbat, September 10, I will become a bat mitzvah. My parsha is Shoftim, which means judges. In this parsha, Moses tells the […] http://bethsholomsf.org/simona-lewis-bat-mitzvah/ Continue Reading...

Simone Jochnowitz’s Bat Mitzvah

Hello. My name is Simone Jochnowitz. I’m an eighth grader at A.P. Giannini Middle School. My interests include hanging out with my friends, playing trombone in my school band, dancing, and going on walks with my dog. This coming Shabbat, August 27, I will become a bat mitzvah. My parsha is Ekev, which means “if.” […] http://bethsholomsf.org/simone-jochnowitzs-bat-mitzvah/ Continue Reading...