Bat Mitzvah: Hannah Cassidy Lober

Bat Mitzvah: Hannah Cassidy Lober

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Hannah Cassidy Lober
Hannah Cassidy Lober

Hannah Cassidy Lober was called to the Torah as a Bat Mitzvah on Aug. 28. Hannah is the daughter of Heather and Michael Lober, and sister to Hailey Lober.

Hannah recently finished eighth grade at La Paz Community School in Brasilito, Costa Rica, an international bilingual school she transitioned to at the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic. The pandemic inspired us to experience all that life has to offer, including other countries, cultures, communities, and languages. Hannah embraced the challenge and is thriving in her new environment.

She has been a gymnast from birth. First showing her abilities on playground equipment, then as part of the Roswell Gymnastics program for 12 years, and now as part of the Club Gimnastico Elite Team in Liberia, Costa Rica. To round out her athletic involvement, she played softball for Roswell Rec and Saint Francis Middle School, where she also participated on their Track and Field team.

Hannah is an active member of National Charity League (NCL), a mother/daughter philanthropic organization, where she held board positions as president and vice president, as well as involved in peer leadership programs at school. Hannah learned the importance of leading and being involved in organizations that benefit the community, including volunteering at numerous philanthropies, such as: Barbara’s Animal Rescue Center, Angels Among Us Pet Rescue, Atlanta Humane Society, The Drake House, Dream Weavers of Georgia, Foster Care Support Foundation, local libraries, North Metro Miracle League, and STAR House.

As Hannah moves into high school, she will continue her mitzvah support through her community service projects focusing on animal rights issues. Hannah’s lifelong goal is to become an entomologist, where she will continue to support all species in their challenge to overcome the obstacles they face in order to not just survive, but thrive.

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