YOUNG ISRAEL OF WEST HARTFORD

2240 ALBANY AVENUE
WEST HARTFORD, CT 06117
860-233-3084
Web Site: www.youngisraelwh.org

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Editor: Judie Patel
E-mail: bulletin @youngisraelwh.org
Editors Emeritus: Sam Leichtberg & Moish Trencher

Rabbi Brahm Weinberg 860-233-3084 or
rabbi@youngisraelwh.org

Judith Hessing, Coordinator 860-233-6042 or
judith.hessing@gmail.com
SHABBAT PARSHAT BO
January 28th, 2012 4 Shevat 5772
Kiddush this Shabbat
Is sponsored by
Rivka Sue & Geoff Newman
In honor of
The Anniversary of Geoff’s Bar Mitzvah
& Chinese Culture
Rabbi & Elana are away at the HHNE Shabbaton,
Guest Speaker this Shabbat: Prof. Vera Schwarcz

Seudah Shlishit
Sponsored by Norman Spector
On the occasion of his Father’s yahrzeit,
Yosef Leib ben Nesanel Yaacov.

YIWH GENERAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING
Rescheduled to Sunday, February 12th at 7:30 PM
The two agenda items are a vote regarding changes
to our bylaws (you can download the ballot,
1.yiwh.net/files/BylawsBallot.pdf), and an update
regarding the National Council of Young Israel
situation, along with a vote on withholding our
shul's annual dues to that organization.

בוט לזמ בוט לזמ בוט לזמ בוט לזמ
בוט לזמ בוט לזמ בוט לזמ בוט לזמ to Lissie & Dor Markush on the birth of
Netanel Yisrael! בוט לזמ בוט לזמ בוט לזמ בוט לזמ to grandparents, Evon &
Charles Epstein of Englewood, NJ, and Aviva & Dan
Markush of Sherman Oaks, CA; great-grandparents
Shirley Drexler, and Ruti & Aryeh Markush from
Petach Tikvah; Aunts & Uncles, Lali & Robyn Epstein,
and Nufar, Omer, Barr & David Markush. May he
grow L’Torah, L’Chupah, u'L'Maasim Tovim!

MIDDLE SCHOOL DINNER @ YIWH
Sunday, January 29th at 6:30 PM
Come & create & eat a fabulous dinner.
Open to all 5th - 8th Graders
RSVP Carolyn Ganeles - ganeles@sbcglobal.net

TODAH RABAH
Our Ice Cream Social was a big success!
Many thanks to our dynamic speaker, Rabbi Blau,
our wonderful Rabbi Weinberg, our very capable
chairpeople, Shayne Kesler and Stacey Trencher,
and our gracious hosts, Betty and Irv Wizenfeld;
and a special todah rabah to our anonymous donor!
Rabbi’s Corner
Some of you may be wondering where I have
disappeared to this Shabbos…! Elana, Joseph, and
I are on the HHNE School Shabbaton in Newport, RI
this Shabbos. We have been looking forward to par-
ticipating in this school activity and to spending time
with the students in historic Newport. I am particu-
larly excited this year because I will be giving the
Drasha on shabbos morning in the Touro Synagogue.
What an amazing opportunity to be able to speak in
the oldest shul (building) in the country which is also
considered to be one of the most architecturally dis-
tinguished and historically significant buildings of
18th-century America. I will also be speaking to the
students after davening about the history of the
synagogue and of the colonial period in American
Jewish History.
As I mentioned last week – volunteers from
our shul are deep in to preparations for our shul din-
ner which will be held on March 11
th
. I must continue
to encourage all of you to get involved, to send in
your “scroll of honor ads” and, of course, to contrib-
ute generously to the occasion. This dinner is crucial
to the flourishing of our shul and we want to make it
as successful as possible. There are people working
really hard on this dinner and I congratulate them
and offer them my encouragement to keep up the
very good work.
I would like to mention two other upcoming pro-
grams:
We have a program coming up in just two
weeks time which I am so excited about. As part of
the OU’s February NAIM (North American Inclusion
Month) Program we will be having a Shabbos at
YIWH on Febraury 11
th
dedicated to speaking about
“inclusion.” We will be hosting a wonderful couple
who work with Yachad as well as Beis Ezra in NY and
we will also have the treat of hosting two Yachad
members and their advisors. It should be a really
meaningful and informative Shabbos and I would
love to see a large crowd in our shul to greet our
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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
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BUY SCRIP! BUY SCRIP!
SHOP RITE, BIG Y, CROWN & STOP & SHOP
Buy Scrip then use it like cash!
Let's support our Shul by buying scrip!
Every dollar counts!
Contact: Judith Hessing at 860-233-6042
18 Grenhart Street

SODA BOTTLE COLLECTION
Eliza Katz is collecting bottles, cans, and glass to
raise money for the Rabbi’s Fund. Please bring
empties to: 24 Miamis Road; 860-680-9847
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
Acknowledgment donations should be sent to
Debbie Luger at 37 Miamis Road

Debbie & Steven Luger
In honor of the birth of Netanel Yisrael to Lissie & Dor
Markush
DOR L’DOR
Come & learn in a Chavruta format with your child.
At Chabad House Grades: 1
st
– 8
tt
Next - February 4
th
& 18
th
at 7:00 PM
March 3
rd
at 7:00 PM
Rabbi Weinberg’s SEFER MELCAHIM CLASS
continues Tuesday nights
at 8:00 PM
Late Maariv at 9:00 PM

ROSH CHODESH TEHILLIM GROUP
Next Tehillim Group will meet on
Wednesday, February 22nd at 8:00 PM
At the home of Debbie Luger, 37 Miamis Road

YIWH ISRAEL ADVOCACY EVENT
Sunday, February 26th at 4:00 PM at the JCC
Speaker will be
Sgt. Benjamin Anthony
Followed by workshop with Jewish Learning
Initiative Campus Couple.

HHNE LADIES NIGHT
Monday, March 5th at 6:00 PM
Flyer and more information to follow

BOOK CLUB MEETING
We have a long and varied list to choose from.
Thank you to all who contributed suggestions!
We've decided to start with
The Invisible Bridge--Julie Orringer.
Next meeting at the end of February.

YIWH GEMS & JEWLS GALA DINNER
The YIWH Dinner Committee is excited
to inform you that on
Sunday, March 11, 2012,
we will be honoring
Tsion and Anita Cohen, and
Steven and Debra Luger,
at our Gems and Jewels Gala Dinner
to be held at Beth El Temple,
with Rabbi Baruch Hilsenrath
as the keynote speaker.

Rabbi’s Corner - Continued from P1
guests and learn more about them. So mark your calen-
dars to be home for Shabbos February 11
th
. See flyer for
details. See me if you would like to host our guests in
your home.
We are also in the midst of planning an Israel
Advocacy Event which is truly special. YIWH has spear-
headed a program to educate high school students,
their parents, and the community at large about things
having to do with Israel on today’s college campuses.
We will be having a speaker who many of you heard in
our shul called Sgt. Benjamin Anthony. He will be giving
a different speech than last time. We will also be hav-
ing smaller workshops with campus couples who are
currently living on college campuses and hear about
their experiences. We have received quite widespread
support from other shuls and organizations in the com-
munity. This is not only an event to promote Israel but
also to get OUR SHUL’s name out there in the wider
community. It is important that as many of us as possi-
ble come out o be present at the event. The event will
take place, iy”h, on Sunday, February 26
th
at 4pm at the
JCC. More info to follow.
Shabbat Shalom
Rabbi Weinberg
Jewish History: Stranger than Fiction - Rabbi Herschel Schachter, www.torahweb.org
The Torah tells us that the month of Nissan is the first month in the Jewish calendar. The Mishna tell us (in the be-
ginning of Rosh HaShana) that common practice was to incorporate into all documents the date in reference to
the number of years since the local government had been founded. Each time a king died, and a new ruler was ap-
pointed, legal documents would reflect the number of years since the new king had been crowned. If a new gov-
ernment was established on July 4
th,
for example, one would not wait until the following July 4
th
to reflect the
new ruler. If there was a Jewish king ruling over Eretz Yisroel, Rosh Chodesh Nissan would be considered the start
of the new year. Regarding all other governments, the New Year began with Rosh Chodesh Tishrei. The Rav, com-
menting on the Rif (beginning of maseches Rosh Hashana) understands that this was not merely the conventional
practice, rather it reflected a halacha.
The Netziv, in his commentary on the Torah, explains the idea behind this halacha as follows: When God created
the entire world in six days, He instituted all the rules of nature. Included among the laws of nature are the princi-
ples of mathematics, physics, chemistry, and even the rules of history. Just as a chemistry expert can predict accu-
rately the reaction that will follow the mixing of two chemicals, so too, one who understands well the rules of his-
tory can predict particular events, even the rise and fall of a particular nation. Years prior to the Japanese attack
on Pearl Harbor, an American politician predicted, in writing, that early on a Sunday morning in December, in so
many years, the Japanese will attack the American army base. He explained logically why it would take place on a
Sunday morning, and why in December, etc., and his prediction was accurate. This is what the Rabbis of the Tal-
mud meant when they wrote that all the nations of the world are "under the control of the stars and the constel-
lations." The history of the nations is controlled by the natural rules of history, instituted by the Creator at the
time of creation. It is for this reason that when recording the years of the non-Jewish kings, (i.e., non-Jewish his-
tory), the Rosh HaShana is the first day of Tishrei. In other words, the day on which we celebrate the completion of
the creation, and the day on which the rules of history began.
However, the history of the Jewish people is above nature. The month of Nissan represents nissim (miracles), and
we were commanded to count the months starting from Nissan (as the first month). Ramban, in his commentary
on the Torah, writes that in his opinion this point is most crucial to the hashkafa of our religion; namely, that Jew-
ish history is "lemala min hateva." Does it make sense that if the Jews violate the laws of shemittah they lose their
control over Eretz Yisroel? Is it logical that if a Jew observes shabbos and kashrus his parnassa will be taken care of?
The answer is that "ein mazal leyisroel," that the natural rules of history do not apply to the Jewish people.
Jewish history starts its New Year with Rosh Chodesh Nissan, the month of miracles, to emphasize the idea that all
of Jewish history is made up of miracles. Our history begins and ends with the month ofNissan, the month
of nissim.
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YIWH GEMS & JEWLS GALA DINNER
The Dinner Committee is working very hard on this year’s Gems and Jewels Gala Dinner, honoring Tsion and Anita
Cohen and Steven and Debra Luger. By now you should have received your invitation and we hope you plan to attend the
dinner and support our Scroll of Honor.
Part of the evening’s festivities will be a Silent Auction. We have several items ready for auction but are looking
for more. Please consider what you do for a living and the service providers you use on a regular basis. A donation of an
item or a gift certificate would be tremendously helpful.
The YIWH Solicitation Committee is diligently working with potential donors for the Scroll of Honor. We have
attached the merchant solicitation letter and request that everyone ask family members (many of whom come to YIWH
as guests during the course of a year) and companies they do business with in helping us reach our fundraising goal.
In addition to a fun, and special night honoring the Cohens and the Lugers, we desperately need to raise signifi-
cant funds to continue to maintain and grow our shul. In these tough economic times, we understand that not everyone
is in the financial position to contribute as generously as they may want to, or have in the past. To that end, volunteering
is another great way to give back! The Dinner Committee is looking for additional people to assist in making this fund-
raiser a huge success. We are specifically looking for volunteers to help us run the silent auction, another way we can
bring in much - needed money.
No one person can do this alone. If we all work together we can make this event a huge success. Please take a
moment to seriously consider giving some of your time to the one institution that gives back to you every day. You may
contact Harriet Rosenblit, Fran Wittenberg, or Shayne Kesler if you would like to help.
Thank you, YIWH Fundraising Dinner Committee


YIWH Schedule of Services
January 27th - February 3rd, 2012
Shabbat Parashat Bo
It is easy to sponsor a Kiddush
Or Seudah Shlishit!
Friday, January 27th
Shacharit
Candle Lighting
Mincha/Maariv

Shabbat, January 28th
Rabbi Sheinkopf’s Mishna Brurah Class
Shacharit
Sof Zman Kriat Shma
Shabbat Morning Youth Groups
Mincha followed by Seudah Shlishit & Maariv
Shabbat Ends

Sunday, January 29th - Thursday, February 2nd
Earliest Tallit & Tefillin
Shacharit... Sunday
Followed by Rabbi Weinberg’s Gemara Shiur on
Masechet Makot
Mincha/Maariv Sunday @ YIWH
Shacharit…Monday - Thursday
Mincha/Maariv...Monday - Thursday @HHNE
Late Maariv...Tuesdays @ YIWH

Friday, February 3rd
Shacharit
Candle Lighting
Mincha/Maariv

6:45 a.m.
4:41 p.m.
4:46p.m.


8:00 a.m.
8:45 a.m.
9:35 a.m.
10:00 a.m.
4:25p.m.
5:42 p.m.


6:14 a.m.
8:15 a.m.
9:00 a.m.

4:45 p.m.
6:45 a.m.
4:45p.m.
9:00 p.m.


6:45 a.m.
4:49 p.m.
4:54p.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 & call Fran Wittenberg
860-232-2320 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
1/28/12 Newman
2/18 Alcabes-Young

Ner La’Maor
Lights
Judy & Sam Leichtberg and Batsheva Goldfischer
in memory of
their parents and grandparents,
Israel Weiss דוד ןב לארשי
Frida Weiss לאומש תב הדירפ אביוט
Abraham Leichtberg לאומש ןב םהרבא

Yayin l’ Kiddush Ve'Havdalah
Wine for Kiddush & Havdallah
Betty & Irving Wizenfeld
in memory of
Betty’s Parents, Tobias & Esther Spira
ךלמילא יבצ ןב היבוט
ןהכה דוד תב רתסא
Irv ‘s father, Sam Wizenfeld
ןהכה קחצי ןב ריאמ לאומש

Pat La’Orchim
Challah rolls for Seudah Shlishit
Fran & Gene Wittenberg
in memory of
Fran’s father, Tzvi ben Yitzchak Meir HaCohen
ןהכה ריאמ קחצי ןב יבצ
& Gene’s father, Binyamin ben Moshe
השמ ןב ןימינב

S—pplement Seudan Snlìsnìt
onna arr› or†on
ן ָ מְ ז לכַּ ל ; ל ָ כְ ל תֵ עְ ו - ץֶ פ ֵ ח , םִ י ָ מ ָ שַּׁ ה תַ ח ַ תּ . תלהק 3.1
To honour our family and friends.
Barry and Donna Gordon

5772 Can†› Man You-Dah-Man
Rabbi Mor†echai Weiss J—†› Sam Leichtberg

Han†› Man oo† H—mor Man
Steve ernstein ebbie Steven L—ger
Check out the weekly Schedule on the YIWH Website http://go.youngisraelwh.org/timesTimes from: www.ou.org/holidays/calendar
For Eruv Information: http://twitter.com/WHartfordEruv or http://›o—ngisraelwh.org/in†ex.php/en/home/the-er—v
(Hotline - 860-232-6417)
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YIWH Schedule of Services
February 3rd - 10th, 2012
Shabbat Parashat Beshalach
It is easy to sponsor a Kiddush
Or Seudah Shlishit!
Friday, February 3rd
Shacharit
Candle Lighting
Mincha/Maariv

Shabbat, February 4th
Rabbi Sheinkopf’s Mishna Brurah Class
Shacharit
Sof Zman Kriat Shma
Shabbat Morning Youth Groups
Rabbi’s Shabbat Afternoon Class
Mincha followed by Seudah Shlishit & Maariv
Shabbat Ends

Sunday, February 5th - Thursday, February 9th
Earliest Tallit & Tefillin
Shacharit... Sunday
Followed by Rabbi Weinberg’s Gemara Shiur on
Masechet Makot
Mincha/Maariv Sunday @ YIWH
Shacharit…Monday - Thursday
Mincha/Maariv...Monday - Thursday @HHNE
Late Maariv...Tuesdays @ YIWH

Friday, February 10th
Shacharit
Candle Lighting
Mincha/Maariv

6:45 a.m.
4:49 p.m.
4:54p.m.


8:00 a.m.
8:45 a.m.
9:33 a.m.
10:00 a.m.
4:20 p.m.
4:35p.m.
5:51 p.m.


6:08 a.m.
8:15 a.m.
9:00 a.m.

4:55 p.m.
6:45 a.m.
4:55p.m.
9:00 p.m.


6:45 a.m.
4:58 p.m.
5:03 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 & call Fran Wittenberg
860-232-2320 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
2/18 Alcabes-Young

Ner La’Maor
Lights
Judy & Sam Leichtberg and Batsheva Goldfischer
in memory of
their parents and grandparents,
Israel Weiss דוד ןב לארשי
Frida Weiss לאומש תב הדירפ אביוט
Abraham Leichtberg לאומש ןב םהרבא

Yayin l’ Kiddush Ve'Havdalah
Wine for Kiddush & Havdallah
Betty & Irving Wizenfeld
in memory of
Betty’s Parents, Tobias & Esther Spira
ךלמילא יבצ ןב היבוט
ןהכה דוד תב רתסא
Irv ‘s father, Sam Wizenfeld
ןהכה קחצי ןב ריאמ לאומש

Pat La’Orchim
Challah rolls for Seudah Shlishit
Fran & Gene Wittenberg
in memory of
Fran’s father, Tzvi ben Yitzchak Meir HaCohen
ןהכה ריאמ קחצי ןב יבצ
& Gene’s father, Binyamin ben Moshe
השמ ןב ןימינב

S—pplement Seudan Snlìsnìt
onna arr› or†on
ן ָ מְ ז לכַּ ל ; ל ָ כְ ל תֵ עְ ו - ץֶ פ ֵ ח , םִ י ָ מ ָ שַּׁ ה תַ ח ַ תּ . תלהק 3.1
To honour our family and friends.
Barry and Donna Gordon

5772 Can†› Man You-Dah-Man
Rabbi Mor†echai Weiss J—†› Sam Leichtberg

Han†› Man oo† H—mor Man
Steve ernstein ebbie Steven L—ger
Check out the weekly Schedule on the YIWH Website http://go.youngisraelwh.org/timesTimes from: www.ou.org/holidays/calendar
For Eruv Information: http://twitter.com/WHartfordEruv or http://›o—ngisraelwh.org/in†ex.php/en/home/the-er—v
(Hotline - 860-232-6417)
WANT TO JOIN THE LISTSERVE? If you are interested in subscribing to the yiwhevents listserve, send an e-mail to
webmaster@youngisraelwh.org and he will add your name. If you are a member of the group, you can send an e-mail
to the entire group by addressing your e-mail to yiwhevents@yahoogroups.com .


YIWH Schedule of Services
February 10th - 17th, 2012
Shabbat Parashat Yitro
It is easy to sponsor a Kiddush
Or Seudah Shlishit!
Friday, February 10th
Shacharit
Candle Lighting
Mincha/Maariv

Shabbat, February 11th
Rabbi Sheinkopf’s Mishna Brurah Class
Shacharit
Sof Zman Kriat Shma
Shabbat Morning Youth Groups
Rabbi’s Shabbat Afternoon Class
Mincha followed by Seudah Shlishit & Maariv
Shabbat Ends

Sunday, February 12th - Thursday, February 16th
Earliest Tallit & Tefillin
Shacharit... Sunday
Followed by Rabbi Weinberg’s Gemara Shiur on
Masechet Makot
Mincha/Maariv Sunday @ YIWH
Shacharit…Monday - Thursday
Mincha/Maariv...Monday - Thursday @HHNE
Late Maariv...Tuesdays @ YIWH

Friday, February 17th
Shacharit
Candle Lighting
Mincha/Maariv

6:45 a.m.
4:58 p.m.
5:03 p.m.

8:00 a.m.
8:45 a.m.
9:30 a.m.
10:00 a.m.
4:30 p.m.
4:45 p.m.
6:00 p.m.


6:00 a.m.
8:15 a.m.
9:00 a.m.

5:05 p.m.
6:45 a.m.
5:05p.m.
9:00 p.m.


6:45 a.m.
5:07 p.m.
5:12 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 & call Fran Wittenberg
860-232-2320 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
2/18 Alcabes-Young

Ner La’Maor
Lights
Judy & Sam Leichtberg and Batsheva Goldfischer
in memory of
their parents and grandparents,
Israel Weiss דוד ןב לארשי
Frida Weiss לאומש תב הדירפ אביוט
Abraham Leichtberg לאומש ןב םהרבא

Yayin l’ Kiddush Ve'Havdalah
Wine for Kiddush & Havdallah
Betty & Irving Wizenfeld
in memory of
Betty’s Parents, Tobias & Esther Spira
ךלמילא יבצ ןב היבוט
ןהכה דוד תב רתסא
Irv ‘s father, Sam Wizenfeld
ןהכה קחצי ןב ריאמ לאומש

Pat La’Orchim
Challah rolls for Seudah Shlishit
Fran & Gene Wittenberg
in memory of
Fran’s father, Tzvi ben Yitzchak Meir HaCohen
ןהכה ריאמ קחצי ןב יבצ
& Gene’s father, Binyamin ben Moshe
השמ ןב ןימינב

S—pplement Seudan Snlìsnìt
onna arr› or†on
ן ָ מְ ז לכַּ ל ; ל ָ כְ ל תֵ עְ ו - ץֶ פ ֵ ח , םִ י ָ מ ָ שַּׁ ה תַ ח ַ תּ . תלהק 3.1
To honour our family and friends.
Barry and Donna Gordon

5772 Can†› Man You-Dah-Man
Rabbi Mor†echai Weiss J—†› Sam Leichtberg

Han†› Man oo† H—mor Man
Steve ernstein ebbie Steven L—ger
Check out the weekly Schedule on the YIWH Website http://go.youngisraelwh.org/timesTimes from: www.ou.org/holidays/calendar
For Eruv Information: http://twitter.com/WHartfordEruv or http://›o—ngisraelwh.org/in†ex.php/en/home/the-er—v
(Hotline - 860-232-6417)
WANT TO JOIN THE LISTSERVE? If you are interested in subscribing to the yiwhevents listserve, send an e-mail to
webmaster@youngisraelwh.org and he will add your name. If you are a member of the group, you can send an e-mail
to the entire group by addressing your e-mail to yiwhevents@yahoogroups.com .


YIWH Schedule of Services
February 17th - 24th, 2012
Shabbat Mevorchim Parashat Mishpatim - Shekalim
It is easy to sponsor a Kiddush
Or Seudah Shlishit!
Friday, February 17th
Shacharit
Candle Lighting
Mincha/Maariv

Shabbat, February 18th - Shabbat Mevorchim
Rabbi Sheinkopf’s Mishna Brurah Class
Shacharit
Sof Zman Kriat Shma
Shabbat Morning Youth Groups
Rabbi’s Shabbat Afternoon Class
Mincha followed by Seudah Shlishit & Maariv
Shabbat Ends

Sunday, February 19th - Thursday, February 23rd
Earliest Tallit & Tefillin
Shacharit... Sunday
Followed by Rabbi Weinberg’s Gemara Shiur on
Masechet Makot
Mincha/Maariv Sunday @ YIWH
Shacharit…Monday - Wednesday
Shacharit…Thursday - Rosh Chodesh Adar
Mincha/Maariv...Monday - Thursday @HHNE
Late Maariv...Tuesdays @ YIWH

Friday, February 24th - Rosh Chodesh Adar
Shacharit
Candle Lighting
Mincha/Maariv

6:45 a.m.
5:07 p.m.
5:12 p.m.

8:00 a.m.
8:45 a.m.
9:24 a.m.
10:00 a.m.
4:40 p.m.
4:55 p.m.
6:09 p.m.


5:51 a.m.
8:15 a.m.
9:00 a.m.

5:15 p.m.
6:45 a.m.
6:30 a.m.
5:15p.m.
9:00 p.m.


6:30 a.m.
5:16 p.m.
5:21 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 & call Fran Wittenberg
860-232-2320 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
2/18 Alcabes-Young

Ner La’Maor
Lights
Judy & Sam Leichtberg and Batsheva Goldfischer
in memory of
their parents and grandparents,
Israel Weiss דוד ןב לארשי
Frida Weiss לאומש תב הדירפ אביוט
Abraham Leichtberg לאומש ןב םהרבא

Yayin l’ Kiddush Ve'Havdalah
Wine for Kiddush & Havdallah
Betty & Irving Wizenfeld
in memory of
Betty’s Parents, Tobias & Esther Spira
ךלמילא יבצ ןב היבוט
ןהכה דוד תב רתסא
Irv ‘s father, Sam Wizenfeld
ןהכה קחצי ןב ריאמ לאומש

Pat La’Orchim
Challah rolls for Seudah Shlishit
Fran & Gene Wittenberg
in memory of
Fran’s father, Tzvi ben Yitzchak Meir HaCohen
ןהכה ריאמ קחצי ןב יבצ
& Gene’s father, Binyamin ben Moshe
השמ ןב ןימינב

S—pplement Seudan Snlìsnìt
onna arr› or†on
ן ָ מְ ז לכַּ ל ; ל ָ כְ ל תֵ עְ ו - ץֶ פ ֵ ח , םִ י ָ מ ָ שַּׁ ה תַ ח ַ תּ . תלהק 3.1
To honour our family and friends.
Barry and Donna Gordon

5772 Can†› Man You-Dah-Man
Rabbi Mor†echai Weiss J—†› Sam Leichtberg

Han†› Man oo† H—mor Man
Steve ernstein ebbie Steven L—ger
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