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Recent Celebrations

Steven and Mary Anne Chernoff of Lenexa announce the engagement of their daughter, Anna Chernoff, to Daniel Hermanson, son of Arnold and Sheri Hermanson of Overland Park.

The bride-to-be is the granddaughter of Selbert and Wanda Chernoff of Fulton, Mo., and Edmund and Benis Berger of Tonawanda, N.Y., and the late Charles and Virginia McCoy of Wichita. She attended Kansas State University, earning a bachelor’s degree in apparel merchandising. She is currently employed as a hardlines buyer at Kansas Sampler/Rally House in Lenexa.

The future groom is the grandson of Marian and the late Elza Hermanson of Overland Park and Bob and Marcia Horwitz of Overland Park. He attended the University of Kansas and University of Missouri-Kansas City, earning a bachelor’s degree in communications. He is currently employed as a national vendor manager for OrderProUSA in Overland Park.

An Aug. 30 wedding is planned.

 

Emily and Kip Strauss announce the Bat Mitzvah of their daughter, Lily Elizabeth, at 10:30 a.m. Saturday, April 12, at The Temple, Congregation B’nai Jehudah.

Lily is the granddaughter of Mary Dees and Stephen Dees and Dee Dee Strauss and the late Buddy Strauss, all from Kansas City.

Relatives and friends are invited to worship with the family and to attend the Kiddush following the service.

 

Stephanie and Bobby Boresow announce the Bat Mitzvah of their daughter, Grace Anna, at 10:30 a.m. Saturday, March 29, at The Temple, Congregation B’nai Jehudah.

Gracie is the granddaughter of Carol and Bob Yarmo and Harriet and Donald Boresow.

Relatives and friends are invited to worship with the family and to attend the Kiddush luncheon following the service.

 

Adam Stein and Paula Mahayosnand of Jersey City, N.J., announce the birth Nov. 20 of a daughter, Kaya Rose Mahayosnand Stein. They are also the parents of Isabella.

Grandparents are Herb and Alice Stein, Overland Park, and Inpol and the late Zita Mahayosnand, Meriden, Conn.

Great-grandparents are the late Joseph and Rose Katzeff, Kansas City, Mo., and the late Morris and Fannie Stein, Kansas City, Mo.

A naming ceremony was held in Jersey City on March 1, where Kaya was given her Hebrew name, Rachel Zafara. Both her English and Hebrew names were given to honor beloved members on both sides of her family.

 

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