YOUNG ISRAEL OF WEST HARTFORD

Web Site: http://www.YoungIsraelWH.org

YOUNG ISRAEL OF WEST HARTFORD 2240 ALBANY AVENUE WEST HARTFORD, CT 06117 (860) 233-3084

Shabbat Parshat Nitzavim-Vayeilech 8:15 AM Rabbi Sheinkopf’s Mishnah Brurah Class 9:00 AM Shacharit 9:34 AM Sof Zman Kriat Shma 5:45 PM Rabbi Dr. Alex Mondrow Shabbat Afternoon Shiur 6:50 PM Mincha, Seudah Shlishit & Maariv 8:03 PM Shabbat Ends COMMUNAL SELICHOT PROGRAM Motzaei Shabbat, September 4, 2010 At Agudas Achim 10:00pm—Program 11:30pm—1st Selichot 12:50am—2nd Selichot at YI Troutbrook SHABBAT SHUVA DRASHA “The Strength of Reish Lakish & The Limits of Forgiveness” Shabbat, September 11th at 5:15 PM HIGH HOLIDAYS Please check your email as well as your “snail mail” for important information regarding seating, babysitting, and aliyot and other details regarding the High Holidays.
HAPPY ANNIVERSARY

Shabbat Parshat Nitzavim-Vayeilech September 4th, 2010 25 Elul 5770 Kiddush This Shabbat Sponsored by The Shul
Rabbi Dr. Alex Mondrow Scholar-In-Residence Rabbi Mondrow has served in many rabbinic and teaching capacities. For the last four years, he served as the rabbi of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine Synagogue. He was also one of the founding members of the Los Angeles Intercommunity Kollel (LINK), an outreach and community education learning center. While in Los Angeles, Rabbi Mondrow taught in the Yeshiva of Los Angeles boy's highs school. He has also taught at the Marsha Stern Talmudic Academy (MTA). (Photo: Rabbi Alex & Jordana Mondrow) Rabbi Mondrow recently completed his doctorate in School-Clinical Child Psychology at the Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology. His research was focused on substance abuse treatment for adolescents and much of his training and studies focused on parenting techniques and psycho-educational assessment. He trained and worked as a clinical therapist at the Center for Applied Psychology of the Bikur Cholim of Rockland County, a mental health clinic that largely serves the Chasidic and Ultra-Orthodox population. His work focused largely on children and families and is in the process of entering into private practice in Northern New Jersey. Schedule Friday Evening, September 3, 2010 9:15pm — Oneg at the home of Esther & David Glahn, 53 Miamis Road Shabbat Morning, September 4, 2010 10:30am-ish — Shabbat Morning Drasha 5:45pm — Shabbat Afternoon Shiur 6:50pm — Mincha, followed by Seudah Shlishit
Rabbi Brahm Weinberg 860-233-3084 or rabbi@youngisraelwh.org Judith Hessing, Coordinator 860-233-6042 or judith.hessing@gmail.com

Aviva & Adam Adler, Barzeli & Yehudis Goldfarb, Laura & Stu Miller, Charlie & Michal Wizenfeld, Barbara & Michael Snyder, Anita & Tsion Cohen, Ted & Vivian Zablotsky, Judie & Lal Patel, Harriet & Mark Rosenblit, Sandy & Mark Trencher
‫מזל טוב‬

‫ מזל טוב‬to Audrey and Arlen Lichter on the marriage of their daughter Shari to Sam Raymond of Stamford ,CT. ‫ מזל טוב‬to Jenny & Eliad Shmuel, & Simon; Grandmothers Goldie Lichter and Sylvia Ross of West Hartford. ‫ מזל טוב‬to Judy and Bob Raymond , Sarah Raymond and Grandmothers Ina Rabinowicz and Emma Raymond.
Editor: Judie Patel E-mail: bulletin @youngisraelwh.org Editors Emeritus: Sam Leichtberg & Moish Trencher Web Site: http://www.YoungIsraelWH.org

Affiliate of the National Council of Young Israel Synagogues, Member of the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America, Sponsor of West Hartford NCSY, National Conference of Synagogue Youth, Kashrut Commission of Greater Hartford, Mikveh Bess Israel of Greater Hartford, Eruv of West Hartford (Hotline - 860-232-6417)

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENT Page 2 Fran & Gene Wittenberg In memory of Rabbi Weinberg's Grandmother-Riva Weinberg In memory of Al Weisel In memory of Sarah Elbaum's mother David & Sharon Goldfarb In memory of Dr. Al Weisel In memory of Sarah Elbaum's mother Susanne & David Gelb: In memory of Rabbi Weinberg's grandmother In memory of Al Weisel

Please send reservations with payment by October 8th, Jason Wolfe & Vera Schwarcz 2010, to The Emanuel Synagogue ~ 160 Mohegan Ave. ~ In honor of the birth of a daughter to Asaf & Ronit Goldberger West Hartford, CT 06117/Please make cheques payable In honor of the marriage of Adina Laufer to Zachary Saltzman to “The Emanuel Synagogue” In honor of the marriage of Shari Lichter to Sam Raymond

SAVE THE DATES UPCOMING SHUL & COMMUNITY EVENTS
ELISHA ROSENSWEIG’S CLASS

This week on Tuesday, September 7th, at 8:00 PM At the home of Judie Patel, 100 Lawler Road HHNE HAT SHOW Wednesday, September 15th At the home of Fran Wittenberg, 36 Whetton Road Proceeds to benefit HHNE
BOOK CLUB

KOL HANEARIM TALLIS PROJECT The Yom Tovim are almost here! Now is your chance to include your family in a part of YIWH history. Add your child/children's names on our Kol Hanearim Tallis in time for this Simchat Torah. You can start with one child at a time or add them all at once, the choice is yours! In addition, the names on the Tallis will all be added to the tree of life downstairs, check out the newest additions! Contact Aviva Braunshweiger for further information 860-231-1808

A Personal Gift – Chai Mitzvah I know you have a lot going on… family, work and community. Taking time for your own personal growth is not SUCCAH HOP always a priority, but it should be. You can become a This years Succah Hop will take place on Shabbat of member of the Chai Mitzvah program (at no charge!). Succot. Any one that is willing to open up their Each participant chooses his/her own topic of study and Succah for this great and anticipated event for our time commitment. This is an opportunity for personal children can email me or call. learning, ritual enhancement, and social action. This proWe will be splitting up the groups by grades: gram is designed for adults in increments of 18 years Nursery- 1/2-4/5-8 (Chai) past Bar/Bat Mitzvah age. If you are within two We should meet at the shul at 4:30 and years of 31, 49, 67, or 80 … please consider becoming a the children should return around 6. member of Chai Mitzvah. Last year, the 6 Young Israel Thanking you in advance! participants were very pleased with their personal learnEdie Perew: edieperew@aol.com or 860-523-0852 ing and being a part of this program. Please contact me with any questions. This is a feel good program with no BUY SCRIP! BUY SCRIP! strings attached…it is a personal gift, Rosh Hashanah is here ! The Chagim are all here! Chai Mitzvah Mentor – Vivian Zablotsky Please remember to continue to use scrip. It costs vzab@comcast.net nothing additional to you - yet it helps the Shul. Remember, if you can not come and get the cards HAPPY BIRTHDAY we can bring it to you! Let's support our Shul by Judie Laufer, Tom Freund, Tamir Hessing, buying scrip ! Every dollar counts! Avigayil Halpern, Lal Patel, Rabbi Brahm Weinberg, Contact: Judith Hessing (860-233-6042), David Cohen, Sid Perew, Vivian Zablotsky at 18 Grenhart Street All Other Nights, A novel By Dara Horn

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Dvar Torah of the Week By Rabbi Yaakov Beasley (www.vbm-torah.net) The final commandment in the Torah is to write for oneself a Sefer Torah. While the modern practicalities of this commandment are a subject of discussion among the commentators, it is interesting to note that last week, in Parshat Ki Tavo, the Jewish people were also commanded to write a Sefer Torah as well. However, a vast difference exists between the two Sifrei Torah. Bnei Yisrael, upon entry into Eretz Yisrael, were required to engrave the entire Torah upon a large stone, where it would serve as a permanent reminder of the covenant between Hashem and his people. The individual Sefer Torah, however, is very different. Upon the rock, which required little preparation before the Torah was engraved on it, the process of producing a kosher parchment out of goat skin is a long and arduous one. Until the skin has been properly treated, and all foreign objects have been removed, the act of writing the Torah upon it cannot begin, and if it does, the Torah is invalid. Based upon an idea of the Avnei Nezer, we can suggest the following distinction between the two situations for our own lives. We each have two connections to the Torah – our connection to the Jewish people, and a connection on our own personal level. The part of us that relates to the Torah through our sense of belonging to the community requires no preparation or effort. We all have a “pintele Yid”, a pure connection through our Jewish soul that requires no effort on our part. However, there is another aspect to our service of Hashem, what the Avnei Nezer calls “the externality of the heart, that is like raw material that can be shaped and formed, and therefore needs labor and effort to be purified and cleansed spiritually, before it may receive the Divine Presence. This aspect requires Torah study and mitzvah performance, just as the goat skin required treatment before it is kosher to write a Torah upon it.” Rabbi’s Corner It is a pleasure to have started off this year’s series of classes and programs with such a bang! It was nice to see so many people attend my Pre-Rosh Hashanna shiur this past Shabbat and then again during the week. I hope that the materials were helpful in getting a sense of the Mussaf prayers on Rosh Hashanna, their structure and deeper meaning. I know that I myself often used to get “lost” in the many words and phrases of the long Mussaf Amidah that I was unfamiliar with. However, when I discovered and learned more about the very definite structure things became so much easier to understand and navigate. This weekend we have two more programs happening and I hope you will be able to attend them: As you know we will be hosting our Scholar in Residence Rabbi Dr. Alex Mondrow. Although I don’t know him so well, I think very highly of Rabbi Mondrow and what he has been able to accomplish in his years in the rabbinate. To be able to be a Rabbi of a thriving community at Albert Einstein College of Medicine full of knowledgeable and interested young people, be a father, and finish your PhD is no simple feat! From my interactions with him he is clearly a very warm and special person whom were are lucky to be hosting this Shabbat. See the flyer to get more details of his lectures and topics etc…It should be a wonderful introduction to the Yamim Noraim and an inspiration to all of us. The learning continues….on Saturday night! We will be joining the other Orthodox shuls in the area for a little music, for a joint learning program, and for Selichot at Agudas Achim. The program starts at 10:00pm and you can pick from a very wide variety of classes on different topics and given by different rabbis of the community. Yasher Koach to Rabbi Ari Weiss for putting it together. The program will be followed by Selichot at 11:30pm. There will be an additional Selichot at 12:50am (halachic midnight) at YIH on Troutbrook. I attended that late Selichot last year and it was incredibly moving to be there in the middle of the night with very tight nit group and beautiful melodies etc…What a way to start of the season of Yamim Noraim and of Teshuva! I would really encourage you to try it. As Rosh Hashanna approaches I would like to make a plug for people (men and women) to make an extra effort to come to daily minyan. It is a special time of year and coming to shul in the morning or evening shows a real push towards Hashem. Even if you don’t come the rest of the year – just try it. You will be welcomed in and it would certainly help to set the tone for al of us about these “days of awe”. Thanks. Shabbat Shalom! Rabbi Weinberg

 YIWH Schedule of Services  September 3rd - 8th, 2010 Shabbat Parshat Nitzavim-Vayelech

IT IS EASY TO SPONSOR A KIDDUSH OR SEUDAH SHLISHIT! 6:45 a.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 8:15 a.m. 9:00 a.m. 9:34 a.m. 5:45 p.m. 6:50 p.m. 8:03p.m. 10:00pm 12:50am 5:27 a.m. 8:15 a.m. 6:45 a.m. 7:05 p.m. 9:30pm 6:30 a.m. 6:57 p.m. 7:02 p.m. Shul handles set up & Clean up! Contact Judie Patel at 236-4178 or judiep@gmail.com to check the availability of the date you need & to make the arrangements for the type of Kiddush you want to sponsor. Checks need to be received the Sunday prior to your Kiddush date. Send to David Cohen at 19 Mansfield Avenue. There are three types of Kiddushim: Standard for $150, Semi-Deluxe for $250 & Deluxe for $350 With supplements available. For Seudah Shlishit contact Stan Rutstein at 232-3369 KIDDUSH SCHEDULE

Friday, September 3rd Shacharit Mincha/Maariv Candle Lighting Shabbat, September 4th Rabbi Sheinkopf’s Mishna Brurah Class Shacharit Sof Zman Kriat Shma SPECIAL SCHOLAR IN RESIDENCE Mincha followed by Seudah Shlishit & Maariv Shabbat Ends Selichot Program at Agudas Achim “Chatzot” Selichot at YIH on Troutbrook Sunday, September 5th - Tuesday, September 7th Earliest Tallit & Tefillin Shacharit... Sunday NO Gemara Shiur Shacharit…Monday & Tuesday Mincha/Maariv @ YIWH Selichot Sunday, Monday, Tuesday Nights Wednesday, September 8th - Erev Rosh HaShana Shacharit followed by Hatarat Nedarim Make an Eruv Tavshilin Before Candle Lighting Candle Lighting Mincha/Maariv Ner La’Maor Lights Evelyn & David Hessing In Memory of their Grandmothers Sarah Schwimmer
‫שרה רבקה בת חנוך היינך ודבורה‬ And

Pat La’Orchim Challah rolls for Seudah Shlishit Betty & Irving Wizenfeld Betty Wizenfeld in memory of her Parents Tobias & Esther Spira Irv Wizenfeld in memory of his father Sam Wizenfeld
‫שמואל מאיר בן יצחק הכהן‬ ‫טוביה בן צבי אלימלך‬ ‫אסתר בת דוד הכהן‬

Chava Bat Bahiya
‫חוה בת בהיה‬

Kiddush Supplement Rabbi Brahm & Elana Weinberg In honor of their parents Morrie & Lynn Weinberg Dr. Howard & Miriam Rosenblum Seudah Shlishit Supplement
12:14 ‫קהלת‬

Yayin l’ Kiddush Ve'Havdalah Wine for Kiddush & Havdallah Judy Leichtberg & Batsheva Goldfischer in memory of their father and grandfather, Israel Weiss
‫ישראל בן דוד‬

and their mother & grandmother Frida Weiss
‫טויבא פרידה בת עזרא‬

5770 Candy Man: Bernard Kesler in memory of his father Sender ben Avraham Zelig
‫סנדר בן אברהם זליג‬

‫”סוף דבר הכל נשמע‬ ‫את האלקים ירא‬ ‫ואת מצותיו שמור‬ “‫כי זה כל האדם‬ Anonymous

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 YIWH Schedule of Services  September 8 - 17th, 2010 Rosh Hashanna and Shabbat Shuva

Wednesday, September 8th - Erev Rosh HaShana Shacharit followed by Hatarat Nedarim Make an Eruv Tavshilin Before Candle Lighting Candle Lighting Mincha/Maariv Thursday, September 9th - 1st Rosh HaShana Shacharit Torah Reading (approx.) Rabbi’s Sermon (approx.) Shofar Blowing (approx.) Communal Tashlich at UCONN Mincha/Maariv Candle Lighting - After... Friday, September 10th - 2nd Rosh HaShana Shacharit Torah Reading (approx.) Rabbi’s Sermon (approx.) Shofar Blowing (approx.) Candle Lighting - Before…. Mincha/Maariv Shabbat, September 11th - Shabbat Shuva Rabbi Sheinkopf’s Mishna Brurah Class Shacharit Sof Zman Kriat Shma Rabbi Weinberg’s Shabbat Shuva Drasha Mincha followed by Seudah Shlishit & Maariv Shabbat Ends Sunday, September 12th - Tsom Gedalia Alot Hashachar - Dawn - Fast Begins Earliest Tallit & Tefillin Selichot Shacharit Chatzot - Midday Mincha/Maariv @ YIWH Fast Ends Selichot Monday, September 13th - Thursday, September 16th Shacharit…Monday - Thursday Mincha/Maariv @ YIWH Selichot (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday Night) Friday, September 17th - Erev Yom Kippur Shacharit and Short Selichot Mincha & Hatarat Nedarim (for those who haven't yet) Candle Lighting Kol Nidre

6:30 a.m. 6:57 p.m. 7:02 p.m. 8:00 AM 9:30 AM 10:15 AM 10:30 AM 6:30PM 6:55 PM 7:55 PM 8:00 AM 9:30 AM 10:15 AM 10:30 AM 6:53 PM 6:55 PM 8:15 a.m. 9:00 a.m. 9:37 a.m. 5:15 p.m. 6:35 p.m. 7:52 p.m. 5:15 a.m. 5:35 a.m. 7:30a.m. 8:00 a.m. 12.47p.m. 6:40 p.m. 7:50 p.m. 9:30 p.m. 6:45 a.m. 6:45 p.m. 9:30 p.m. 6:30 a.m. 3:00 p.m. 6:41 p.m. 6:46 p.m.

MAKING AN ERUV TAVSHILIN On Erev Yom Tov, the head of the household, or his designee, should set aside a baked item such as bread or matzoh, and a cooked item such as meat, fish, or eggs (i.e. a food that is eaten along with bread). He or she should then recite the blessing of "Baruch...Al Mitzvas Eruv" and the proclamation, both found in the Artscroll Siddur p.654. Once done, the eruv covers all household members and guests. The foods set aside for the eruv should be saved and may be eaten on Shabbos.

IT IS EASY TO SPONSOR A KIDDUSH OR SEUDAH SHLISHIT!

Shul handles set up & Clean up! Contact Judie Patel at 236-4178 or judiep@gmail.com to check the availability of the date you need & to make the arrangements for the type of Kiddush you want to sponsor. Checks need to be received the Sunday prior to your Kiddush date. Send to David Cohen at 19 Mansfield Avenue. There are three types of Kiddushim: Standard for $150, Semi-Deluxe for $250 & Deluxe for $350 With supplements available. For Seudah Shlishit contact Stan Rutstein at 232-3369 KIDDUSH SCHEDULE

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 YIWH Schedule of Services  September 17 - 22nd, 2010 Shabbat Yom Kippur

IT IS EASY TO SPONSOR A KIDDUSH OR SEUDAH SHLISHIT! 6:30 a.m. 3:00 p.m. 6:41 p.m. 6:46 p.m. 6:55p.m. 8:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m. 10:45 a.m. 12:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 7:39 p.m. Shul handles set up & Clean up! Contact Judie Patel at 236-4178 or judiep@gmail.com to check the availability of the date you need & to make the arrangements for the type of Kiddush you want to sponsor. Checks need to be received the Sunday prior to your Kiddush date. Send to David Cohen at 19 Mansfield Avenue. There are three types of Kiddushim: Standard for $150, Semi-Deluxe for $250 & Deluxe for $350 With supplements available. For Seudah Shlishit contact Stan Rutstein at 232-3369 5:43 a.m. 8:15 a.m. 6:45 a.m. 6:40 p.m. 6:45 a.m. 6:32 p.m. 6:37 p.m. Kiddush Supplement Rabbi Brahm & Elana Weinberg In honor of their parents Morrie & Lynn Weinberg Dr. Howard & Miriam Rosenblum KIDDUSH SCHEDULE

Friday, September 17th - Erev Yom Kippur Shacharit and Short Selichot Mincha & Hatarat Nedarim (for those who haven't yet) Candle Lighting Kol Nidre Fast Begins No Later than…. Shabbat, September 18th - Yom Kippur Shacharit Torah Reading (approx.) Rabbi’s Sermon & Yizkor (approx.) Mussaf (approx.) Mincha Neilah (approx.) Shofar Blowing and Maariv
Followed by Break Fast Sponsored by Rabbi & Dvorah Weiss In memory of Rabbi Weiss’ mother Miriam bat Avraham Chayim Yoseph Halevi Who was nifteret on Yom Kippur at Mincha

Sunday, September 19th - Tuesday, September 21st Earliest Tallit & Tefillin Shacharit... Sunday Shacharit…Monday & Tuesday Mincha/Maariv @ YIWH Wednesday, September 22nd - Erev Sukkot Shacharit Make an Eruv Tavshilin Before Candle Lighting Candle Lighting Mincha/Maariv Ner La’Maor Lights Evelyn & David Hessing In Memory of their Grandmothers Sarah Schwimmer
‫שרה רבקה בת חנוך היינך‬ ‫ודבורה‬ And

Pat La’Orchim Challah rolls for Seudah Shlishit Betty & Irving Wizenfeld Betty Wizenfeld in memory of her Parents Tobias & Esther Spira Irv Wizenfeld in memory of his father Sam Wizenfeld
‫שמואל מאיר בן יצחק הכהן‬ ‫טוביה בן צבי אלימלך‬ ‫אסתר בת דוד הכהן‬

Chava Bat Bahiya
‫חוה בת בהיה‬

Seudah Shlishit Supplement
12:14 ‫קהלת‬

Yayin l’ Kiddush Ve'Havdalah Wine for Kiddush & Havdallah Judy Leichtberg & Batsheva Goldfischer in memory of their father and grandfather, Israel Weiss and their mother & grandmother Frida Weiss
‫טויבא פרידה בת עזרא‬ ‫ישראל בן דוד‬

5770 Candy Man: Bernard Kesler in memory of his father Sender ben Avraham Zelig
‫סנדר בן אברהם זליג‬

‫”סוף דבר הכל נשמע‬ ‫את האלקים ירא‬ ‫ואת מצותיו שמור‬ “‫כי זה כל האדם‬ Anonymous

 YIWH Schedule of Services  September 22th - September 29th, 2010 Sukkot , Shabbat Chol HaMoed

IT IS EASY TO SPONSOR A KIDDUSH OR SEUDAH SHLISHIT! 6:45 a.m. 6:32 p.m. 6:37 p.m. 9:00 AM 6:30 PM 7:31 PM 9:00 AM 6:29 PM 6:30 PM 8:15 a.m. 9:00 a.m. 9:41 a.m. 5:25 p.m. 6:10 p.m. 7:27 p.m. 5:50 a.m. 8:00 a.m. 6:30 a.m. 6:25 p.m. 6:00 a.m. 6:20 p.m. 6:25 p.m. Shul handles set up & Clean up! Contact Judie Patel at 236-4178 or judiep@gmail.com to check the availability of the date you need & to make the arrangements for the type of Kiddush you want to sponsor. Checks need to be received the Sunday prior to your Kiddush date. Send to David Cohen at 19 Mansfield Avenue. There are three types of Kiddushim: Standard for $150, Semi-Deluxe for $250 & Deluxe for $350 With supplements available. For Seudah Shlishit contact Stan Rutstein at 232-3369 10/23 Kiddush Schedule Goldfischer

Wednesday, September 22nd - Erev Sukkot Shacharit Make an Eruv Tavshilin Before Candle Lighting Candle Lighting Mincha/Maariv Thursday, September 23rd - 1st day Sukkot Shacharit Mincha/Maariv Candle Lighting - After... Friday, September 24th - 2nd day Sukkot Shacharit Candle Lighting - Before... Mincha/Maariv Shabbat, September 25th - Chol HaMoed Sukkot Rabbi Sheinkopf’s Mishna Brurah Class Shacharit (With Reading Kohelet) Sof Zman Kriat Shma Rabbi Weinberg’s Shabbat Afternoon Shiur Mincha followed by Seudah Shlishit & Maariv Shabbat Ends Sunday, September 26th - Tuesday, September 28th 2nd, 3rd, 4th Chol HaMoed Sukkot Earliest Tallit & Tefillin Shacharit... Sunday Shacharit…Monday & Tuesday Mincha/Maariv @ YIWH Wednesday, September 29th - Hoshanna Rabba Shacharit Make an Eruv Tavshilin Before Candle Lighting Candle Lighting Mincha/Maariv

MAKING AN ERUV TAVSHILIN

On Erev Yom Tov, the head of the household, or his designee, should set aside a baked item such as bread or matzoh, & a cooked item such as meat, fish, or eggs (i.e. a food that is eaten along with bread). He or she should then recite the blessing of "Baruch...Al Mitzvas Eruv" and the proclamation, both found in the Artscroll Siddur p.654. Once done, the eruv covers all household members and guests. The foods set aside for the eruv should be saved and may be eaten on Shabbos. Ner La’Maor Yayin l’ Kiddush Ve'Havdalah Pat La’Orchim Lights Wine for Kiddush & Havdallah Challah rolls for Seudah Shlishit Judy Leichtberg & Batsheva Evelyn & David Hessing Betty & Irving Wizenfeld Goldfischer in memory of their In Memory of their Grandmothers Betty Wizenfeld in memory of her father and grandfather, Sarah Schwimmer Parents Tobias & Esther Spira ‫שרה רבקה בת חנוך היינך ודבורה‬ ‫טוביה בן צבי אלימלך‬ Israel Weiss ‫ישראל בן דוד‬ ‫אסתר בת דוד הכהן‬ And Chava Bat Bahiya and their mother & grandmother Irv Wizenfeld in memory of his father ‫חוה בת בהיה‬ Frida Weiss ‫טויבא פרידה בת עזרא‬ Sam Wizenfeld Kiddush Supplement Seudah Shlishit Supplement ‫שמואל מאיר בן יצחק הכהן‬ Rabbi Brahm & Elana Weinberg 12:14 ‫קהלת‬ 5770 Candy Man: In honor of their parents ‫”סוף דבר הכל נשמע‬ Bernard Kesler Morrie & Lynn Weinberg ‫את האלקים ירא‬ in memory of his father Dr. Howard & Miriam Rosenblum ‫ואת מצותיו שמור‬ Sender ben Avraham Zelig “‫כי זה כל האדם‬ ‫סנדר בן אברהם זליג‬ Anonymous

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