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Announcements Parashat Vayeshev
Congregation Ohav Emeth
Announcements
Parashat Vayeshev
December 13, 2014
Candle Lightning This Shabbat 4:13 PM
21 Kislev 5775
Schedule of Services
Let Us Know
Schedule of Shiurim
Friday
Mincha/Maariv
Hospitality
4:20 PM
Shabbat
Kriat Sh’ma
8:58 AM M”A
9:32 AM Gr”A
Hashkama Minyan 7:00 AM
Early Minyan
7:50 AM
Regular Minyan 9:00 AM
Teen Minyan
9:30 AM
Mincha
4:05 PM
Maariv
5:16 PM
Shabbat Ends
5:21 PM
Sunday
Shacharit
Mincha
Mincha/Maariv
Late Maariv
6:30, 7:00, 8:00 AM
1:00 PM Kollel
4:20 PM
9:45 PM
Monday ~ Thursday Shacharit
Monday
5:50, 6:30, 7:00, 7:20 AM
Tuesday
5:55, 6:40, 7:00, 7:20 AM
Wednesday
5:50, 6:30, 7:00, 7:20 AM
Thursday
5:51, 6:30, 7:00, 7:20 AM
Monday ~ Thursday Mincha / Maariv
Mincha
1:00 PM Kollel
Mincha/Maariv
4:20 PM
Late Maariv
7:50, 9:45 PM
Friday
Shacharit
Mincha
Candle Lighting
Mincha/Maariv
5:51, 6:30, 7:00, 7:20 AM
12:30 PM Kollel
4:13 PM
4:20 PM
SAVE THE DATE!!
OE CHANUKAH CHAGIGA
Rabbi Kaufman, rabbi
[email protected]
Jeremy Safran, president
[email protected]
Misheberach List
Rabbi Kaufman, rabbi
[email protected]
Announcements
[email protected]
Office
Felice Berk, administrator
[email protected]
Mazal Tov
Mazal Tov to Bonnie and Alan Borck and
family on Ariana's upcoming Bat Mitzvah.
Mazal Tov to the grandparents, Shirley
and Marty Kaye and Fran and Hal Borck.
Mazal Tov to Cindy and Gabor Boda on
the birth of a grandson to their children,
Jenelle and Robert Boda. Mazal Tov to
great grandparents Ernest Boda and
Mr. and Mrs. Alan Stull and the rest of
the family.
Mazal Tov to Jay and Helen Rovner on the
birth of a grandson. Mazal Tov to the
parents, Aharon Hadid and Dina Rovner
Hadid of Mevasseret Tziyon.
Mazal Tov to Jeff and Lee Ann Schein on
the engagement of their daughter, Raiza,
to Yaackov Yitzchok Schreiber of Far
Rockaway, NY.
MOTZEI SHABBAT
DEC. 20, 2014
6:45-9:00 PM
LASER LIGHT SHOW!
MAGIC SHOW!
DINNER, RAFFLE, PRIZES, FUN!
EVERYONE WELCOME!
$10 PER PERSON
MAX $40 PER FAMILY
SPONORSHIPS AVAILABLE
AT THE $50 AND $100 LEVELS
ALL SPONSORS WILL BE
ACKNOWLEDGED
PLEASE SEND CHECKS TO
OE OFFICE MARKED FOR
CHAGIGAH SPONSORSHIP
We warmly welcome all newcomers to
our shul and our community. If the
rabbi, Rabbi Kaufman, or the
president, Jeremy Safran, have
not come to greet you personally,
please come and introduce yourself.
Shabbat
8:30 AM
8:45 AM
Mishnayot in memory of
Danny Ravitz z”l
Rabbi Zvi Weiss
Parashat Hashavua
Dr. Presby’s Nach Shiur
3:00 PM
Between
Mincha/Maariv Shiur or D’Var Torah
Sunday
9:00 AM
8:00 PM
Monday
8:00 PM
Tuesday
5:15 AM
1:30 PM
8:30 PM
9:00 PM
Wednesday
8:00 PM
Thursday
5:15 AM
8:00 PM
Rabbi Botnick
Rabbi Klughaupt
Rabbi Erlanger’s Gemara
Shiur on Brachot in Hebrew
Rabbi Reisman’s Chaburah on
Gemara Brachos
Rabbi Kaufman’s Parshat
Hashavua Shiur (for women)
Dr. Presby (for Women)
Rabbi Kaufman’s Gemara
Shiur: Baba Basrah, Perek Yesh
Nochalim, dealing with the laws
of inheritance
Rabbi Ziegler’s Gemara Shiur
Rabbi Reisman’s Chaburah on
Tefillah
Dr. Presby’s Gemara Shiur
on Taanis
Daf Yomi
Shabbat
Sunday
Mon - Thurs
Friday
9:55 AM and between M/M
7:05 AM
5:05 AM and after Maariv
5:05 AM
CHANUKAH BEGINS
TUESDAY NIGHT
DECEMBER 16TH
LIGHT FIRST CANDLE
We’d love to meet you!
Can A ‘Simple’ Midrash Speak To You?
Friday Night Midrash Oneg Series
Featuring This Week:
Rabbi Yisrael Botnick
Hosts:
Joe and Shira Elbaz
CHAG SAMEACH!
December 10, 2014
‫בּס״ד‬
To the OE Membership:
Like everyone in the Jewish community, we were devastated by the tragic and
unspeakable terrorist acts committed in Har Nof. During these times, people often
ask what is OE doing to ensure the security of our membership while they are at Shul.
We hope this message from the Security Committee will provide both information
and guidance.
Eliyahu Kaufman
Rabbi
(732) 985-8360
[email protected]
Eliezer Kaminetzky
Rabbi Emeritus
(732) 249-1652
Jeremy Safran
President
(732) 777-1012
[email protected]
Congregation
Ohav Emeth
415 Raritan Avenue
P.O Box 1533
Highland Park, NJ
08904
(732) 247-3038
As you may be aware, OE is in the midst of a major physical security upgrade thanks
to a security grant from the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). Some of the
improvements you can expect to see over the next few weeks include:
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Video cameras inside and outside the building
New access controls at the various entrances
Improved lighting in the driveway and along the walk-through alley
A PA system with speakers throughout the building
Removable pillars limiting access to the driveway on Shabbos and Yom Tov
Additionally, the Shul is working with a professional security organization on a
comprehensive security plan customized to our Shul. This will include training for
our professional staff, group leaders, and volunteers.
OE has also been in close contact with the Highland Park Police Department. The
police have agreed to check in and drive by the Shul on a regular basis during services,
and advise us on additional ways to improve the security and safety of our members.
As an individual, what can you do?
First and most importantly, please review some of the resources below:
a) DHS produced this video titled, "Options for Consideration Active Shooter
Preparedness Video"
http://www.dhs.gov/video/options-consideration-active-shooter-preparedness-video
b) DHS also produced this booklet: "Active Shooter: How to Respond"
http://www.dhs.gov/xlibrary/assets/active_shooter_booklet.pdf
In case of an emergency call 911. Also please consider the following:
a) If you see something out of the ordinary, say something. Mention it to either the
President or other officer, the Rabbi, or the gabbaim.
b) There are phones in several locations around the Shul including the offices and the
coatroom.
The continued security and safety of the families, friends, and guests who attend our Shul
are of paramount importance. If you see a security incident or have a security concern,
please raise it with the President or member of the Security Committee.
Thank you and have a good Shabbos,
The Security Committee
Jeremy Safran, President
Eddie Braun
Elisheva Dietz
Michael Garber
Ken Shlian
David Waizer
Condolences
Condolences to the family of Howie
Beyer on his passing. Howie was a
beloved and long-time member of OE.
May the family be comforted among
the mourner of Zion and Jerusalem.
This Shabbat at OE
FRIDAY NIGHT ONEG SERIES
FEATURING RABBI YISRAEL BOTNICK
Congregation Ohav Emeth welcomes
members of the community to enjoy a
new twist on our winter-months Friday
night Oneg Series. Now hosted in shul
members’ homes, the "Midrash L'maaseh: What one Midrash can tell us
about life today" series will feature a
different notable speaker from our area
each Friday night, discussing a Midrash
of their choice. This week’s featured
speaker is Rabbi Yisrael Botnick, who
will be speaking on the topic of Reuven’s
Excellent Repentance. The oneg will take
place THIS Friday night, Dec 12, at the
home of Joe and Shira Elbaz, 25 North
6th Avenue in Highland Park from 8:009:00 PM. Light refreshments will be
served. For more info on this series,
please speak with Steve Deutsch or
email him at [email protected]
7:50 Minyan Kiddush is sponsored by
Liz and Murray Katz in honor of the
yahrtzeit of Murray's mother, Sahrah
Gittal bas Rav Avrohom Halevi, a”h;
Alan and Bonnie Borck in honor of
the upcoming Bat Mitzvah of their
daughter, Ariana.
Community Happenings
Main Minyan Kiddush is sponsored
by Barry and Marcia Levinson and
Ken and Naomi Shlian in honor of
their granddaughter, Chava Bracha
Levinson.
RPRY Mishmar
RPRY Mishmar learning program is held
at RPRY every Motzei Shabbat
@ 7:00 PM. Please bring your own seforim. Cost is still only $3.00 which includes, pizza, donuts, prizes and
raffles.
Seudah Shlishit is sponsored
anonymously.
OE Youth Happenings
SAVE THE DATE!!
OE CHANUKAH CHAGIGA
MOTZEI SHABBAT, DEC. 20th
6:45-9:00 PM
ALL AGES WELCOME
MAGIC SHOW! LASER SHOW!
DINNER, RAFFLE, PRIZES!
SPONORSHIPS AVAILABLE
AT THE $50 AND $100 LEVELS
ALL SPONSORS WILL BE
ACKNOWLEDGED
THANK YOU TO OUR
CHANUKAH CHAGIGA SPONSORS:
AMAZING SAVINGS CORP.
ANONYMOUS
BARBARA AND YITZY WEISS
RPRY Taste Of Honey Open House
Rabbi Pesach Raymon Yeshiva invites all
prospective parents and children to
their Taste Of Honey Open House on
Thursday December 25th from 9:15-10:15
am. Visit classes and meet with teachers, students and administration. Come
share in the excitement! Please RSVP to
Rabbi Shraga Gross at [email protected]
RPRY Scholarship Fund Breakfast
The annual Toby Mayer Memorial Scholarship Fund Breakfast will take place on
Sunday, December 28, 2014 at 9:30am.
This year's Educational Excellence
Award will be presented to Mrs. Emily
Menasha. The breakfast is the premier
event of RPRY's annual scholarship fund
campaign, which helps the Yeshiva continue its mission to provide a Jewish day
school education to every Jewish child,
regardless of the family's ability to pay.
Your support is needed and appreciated, so please give generously. You
can donate at rpry.org or contact
Yehuda Kohn at [email protected] for
more information.
**NEW KIDDUSH SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES**
IT IS NOW EASIER THAN EVER TO SPONSOR AN OE KIDDUSH!
SIMPLY CHOOSE FROM THE OPTIONS BELOW AND INFORM THE
OE OFFICE OF YOUR CHOICE BY WEDNESDAY OF THAT WEEK.
OTHER OPTIONS MAY BE AVAILABLE, AS WELL.
[email protected] OR 732-247-3038
$75 Entenmann’s Kiddush
Entenmann’s plus soda, grape juice, paper tablecloths, paper goods
$200 Entenmann’s & Kugel Kiddush
Entenmann’s and kugel plus soda, grape juice, paper tablecloths,
paper goods
$300 Cake Kiddush
Cake plus soda, grape juice, paper tablecloths, paper goods
$425 Cake & Kugel Kiddush
Cake and kugel plus soda, grape juice, paper tablecloths, paper goods
EMERGENCY APPEAL
FOR TZEDAKAH FUND
The demand for tzedakah in our
community and others remains
as strong as ever. The Rabbi’s
Tzedakah Fund is being depleted to
meet these needs. Please be so kind
as to contribute to this fund to enable
those in need to continue to receive the
help they require. Please make checks
payable to Ohav Emeth and indicate
“Tzedakah Fund” in the memo.
Thank you for your generosity.
Attention RPRY Alumni and Parents:
We are compiling an updated email
database for all RPRY alumni and past
parents so that we can share news
and events. Please send your current
information including name, year of
graduation and email addresses to
Didi at [email protected] Thank
you for your help with this project.
Early Bird Special @ Sushiana
Benefits CNJKIDS
Sushiana will donate 18% of the profits
it makes on the first Tuesday of every
month between 5 and 6 PM to
CNJKIDS. Dine out and support Jewish
K-8 day school education!
Support Team YACHAD!
Natalie Leichtman, is running her firstever half-marathon with Team Yachad
in Miami this January. Yachad, The
National Jewish Council for Disabilities, provides a wide array of programming and services to promote
the inclusion of individuals with special needs in all aspects of Jewish life.
She's training hard, and could really
use your support. No amount is too
small-even $5 can get her that much
closer to her goal. If you'd like, with
your sponsorship, you could also give
her some emotional support by posting a message to cheer her on. Sponsor her by going to
miami.teamyachad.com/runner/
NatalieL
The ACTT (Achieving Change
Through Torah) program helps individuals succeed in making meaningful and lasting changes in their
lives. The current source book is:
“Living Emunah – Achieving a Life of
Serenity through Faith”. For more
info, see the ACTT website,
www.actt613.org, e-mail
[email protected] or call Phil
Rosen (732) 572-8762.
Hatzolah of Edison
Hatzolah of Edison is operational. If
you have a medical emergency,
please call 732-640-5545. Additionally, we are always seeking additional responders and dispatchers. To apply, please visit
www.hatzolahmc.org and select
"Contact us/Membership". Please
also note that Hatzolah stickers
are available at Glatt27, Jerusalem
Pizza, Mordy's, Sushianna, and
Park Place Grill.
JRecovery Program
Are you addicted? Family member
or Friend? Join us at JRecovery: free, anonymous, and safe.
Jewish, self-help group to complement 12-step programs. Monday
nights 7:30-8:30 PM at Jewish Family and Vocational Service, 32 Ford
Ave., 2nd fl., Milltown, NJ. More
info: [email protected] 732-777-1940 or
www.jfvs.org/JRecovery
Blood Drive
Just as your calendar begins to free
up, here come Thanksgiving, Chanukah, and yes, another blood
drive.. THIS Sunday, December
14th, we will be holding our next
community blood drive from 9 AM to 3
PM, at Congregation Ahavas Achim, 216
S. First Ave., HP. Babysitting will be
available, and donors can be as young
as 16 (with parental permission and
meeting weight requirements). For further info, please contact Ira Rosen at
732-393-1018 or [email protected]
Orthodox Forum Event: RSVP Now
Agunot Unchained: Current Halachic &
Philosophical Perspectives
Come hear from the Av Bet Din of The
International Bet Din for Agunot, Rabbi
Simcha Krauss, as headlined in the “The
Jewish Week”. Chaim Saiman, Professor of Law, Villanova University, will discuss, “Evolution vs. Revolution in Jewish
Law” and Rabbi Dr. Jeremy Weider,
Rosh Yeshiva, Yeshiva University, will
present, “A Response to the New Bet
Din”. A Yom Iyun on December 25 presented by the Orthodox Forum of Edison/Highland Park will include all of this
as well as a breakfast and lunch. The
program follows the 8:00 Minyan at
Congregation Ahavas Achim. The cost is
$20/person and registration by
December 20 is required by emailing
[email protected]
For more information about the
Orthodox Forum, sponsorships or
this program visit:
www.orthodoxjewishforum.org
MTA Parlor Meeting
MTA invites all parents of 8th grade
boys to their Parlor Meeting on Sunday,
December 14th at 8pm at the Caplan
Residence, 336 North 8th Avenue, Edison NJ 08817. RSVP online at yuhsb.org/
parlor.
Support Team SHALVA!
My daughter, Daniela Berk, a senior at
RKYHS, will be running the Jerusalem
Marathon in March in support of Team
SHALVA. SHALVA provides services and
support through therapies and programs for families in Israel with special
needs children. To help Daniela achieve
her goal, you may sponsor her by visiting http://www.run4shalva.org/en/
view_profile.php?id=1378. It would be
most appreciated! - Felice Berk
The 2nd Annual Raritan Valley
Community Poland Pilgrimage
After last year's great success.... Join us
this July 12-20, 2015 for an uplifting, inspiring and unforgettable journey
through hundreds of years of Jewish
history and heritage. We will visit the
cities of Warsaw, Krakow, Lodz and
Lublin as well as the Chassidic centers
of Gur and Lezajsk. We will also tell the
story of the Shoah visiting Auschwitz,
Majdanek, Belzec, and other moving
and significant sites. Rabbi Shraga Gross
will be joining us for this incredible journey. We wish to preserve the intimacy
of this experience and so space will be
limited. There will also be an opportunity to personalize the itinerary if requests are received early enough. For
more info contact: Nitza Adler at: (732)
670 4649 or email [email protected]
Programs At Ma’ayanot
**The Ma'ayanot Continuing Education
committee is pleased to present a shiur
series by Rabbi Zev Prince, Director of
Religious Programming and
Talmud Teacher, on the topic: Ketav
VeKabbalah: The Story of the Sidrah as
Told by the Sages of theTalmud. The
series will take place from 12:20 p.m. –
1:15 p.m. in the Ma’ayanot Library on
the following dates: December 18;
January 1,8 & 14. Ma’ayanot is located
at 1650 Palisade Avenue, Teaneck.
**The entire community is invited to
attend Ma'ayanot Yeshiva High
School’s Annual Day of Study in the
Liberal Arts and Sciences on Thursday,
December 25th, 9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.,
at Ma’ayanot (1650 Palisade Avenue,
Teaneck). The program will begin
with a keynote address by Dr. Julie
Goldstein, Chair of Ma’ayanot’s Jewish
History Department, on the topic:
Isaac’s Ashes: The Startling Representation of Children in Jewish Culture. The
keynote address will be followed by
sessions in advanced topics in the liberal arts and sciences taught by members of Ma'ayanot’s esteemed faculty.
NOTE: Men and women are welcome
at both programs. For more information please contact Pam Ennis at
[email protected]
Employment Network of Raritan
Valley
Looking for work? We can help. Go To
www.ENRV.org or contact Bob Lansey
at [email protected] We post over
100 jobs each month, and help people
with their resume and search strategies.
Please help: If you know of any professional, part-time, or temporary job
openings, please e-mail the information
to [email protected]
AIPAC Policy Conference
Don't miss out! Register today for the
AIPAC Policy Conference to be held at
the Washington Convention Center
from Sunday March 1 through Tuesday
March 3, 2015. Join thousands of other
Pro-Israel activists for three of the
most important days of impact for
Israel's future. To sign up, go to
aipac.org or for further information,
contact Greg Sholom at
[email protected]
For Women and Girls
Senior Citizen Audit Program ‐ Rutgers
The Spring 2015 semester begins
on 1/20/2015. The Senior Citizen Audit
Program was created by the Rutgers
University Board of Governors to permit
retired New Jersey residents, age 62 or
older, to attend courses on a spaceavailable, noncredit basis. There are no
tuition costs for auditing courses.
Information and forms may be
downloaded at http://ucm.rutgers.edu/
about/senior-citizen-audit-program
The schedule of classes is available
online at http://sis.rutgers.edu/soc/
Rabbi Kaufman’s Tuesday afternoon
Parashat Hashavua Shiur for women
will take place Tuesday afternoon,
December 16th at 1:30 PM.
Rebbitzen Eichenstein’s classes for
women: No class on Sunday, Dec. 14.
Parsha class on Monday, Dec.15 – please
contact Aviva Siegel at 732-572-4408
[email protected] for status.
Rabbi Bassous: class for women on
Sunday at 10:00 AM at Cong. Etz Ahaim.
Book to be studied: Battle Plan by
Rebbetzin Tziporah Heller and Sara
Yocheved Rigler.
Rabbi Weiss will be giving a weekly
shiur for women on the Parsha with a
focus on Emunah and Bitachon on
Wednesday nights at 9:15 PM at the
home of Marsha Eiserman,
154 N. 10th Avenue, Highland Park.
SemPlus shiur for post seminary girls:
For more info on Wednesday night
class, please call 732-841-1885.
Womens Learning Initiative- An inspiring series on the deeper meaning of the
Laws of Shmiras HaLashon will be given
by Mrs. Leah Drillman. For more information and to join, please call Ellen
Smith at 201 410 1893.
Park Mikvah Hours
The Highland Park Mikvah is extending
its winter hours! For the months of
December, January, and February, the
mikvah will be open: Sunday –Thursday
evenings from 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM;
Friday nights by appointment only.
Saturday nights in December and
January 7:30 – 10:00 PM. Saturday night
hours for the month of February to be
announced. Please arrive with enough
time to be out before closing time. For
more information, call 732-249-2411 or
email [email protected]
Mikvah Tea
The Highland Park Mikvah would like
to invite the community to its annual
“virtual tea”. Invitations have already
been sent out. If you have not received an invitation or would like to be
added to the mikvah mailing list,
please contact Rena Klein at
[email protected] Thank you.
Bikur Cholim OWLS (Overnight
Women Labor Support): If you are an
expectant mother and don’t have coverage with a family member or a
friend to stay with your kids when it is
time to go to the hospital, Bikur
Cholim offers a complimentary service. Volunteers will come to stay
with your kids during the night.
Please note that this service is only
provided for maternity situations.
Please call at least 3 weeks before the
due date if not sooner, to be able to
make the necessary arrangements.
For more information on receiving this
service or to find out about becoming
a volunteer, please contact Rikki at
732-249-5116. Thank you.
Tiferes, a Chofetz Chaim Heritage
Foundation program for women, will
meet THIS Motzai Shabbos, December
13 at 8:00PM at the home of Aviva
Siegel, 16 Edgemount Road, Edison.
An inspirational DVD will be shown:
“How Do I Know Hashem Loves Me?”
with Rabbi Jonathan Rietti and Mrs.
Tzippy Reifer. Weekly teleconferences
with topics such as shalom bayis and
parenting are also available to Tiferes
members. Current series: Voices in Parenting with Mrs. Ruthie Lynn and The
Secrets of Aishes Chayil with Mrs. Craindell Mannes. For more info or to become a member, please contact Aviva
[email protected] The Highland Park / Edison group of Tiferes is
zecher l'nishmas Malka bas Shalom.
Highland Park Edison Connects
Women's Potluck Melave Malka
Highland Park Edison Connects invites
you to join us for an evening of
fun, food, and socializing (with a unique
twist!) on Motzai Shabbos, Dec 27th,
2014, at 7:30 pm at the home of Sharon
and Louis Glinn (162 N. 8th Ave, HP.) For
more information, to participate in the
potluck, or to RSVP, please email
[email protected] or call
Rikki Samel at (732) 249-5116. Please
also be sure to search in Yahoo Groups
for "Highland Park Edison Connects" so
you can stay connected to all that is
happening in our community on a
weekly basis! We look forward to seeing
you there!
The Women's AMEN Group meets
weekly on Sundays at 9:30 AM in a
downstairs classroom at Congregation Ohr Torah. The group meets in
the zechus of a refuah shelaima for
Menachem Mordechai ben Ophira
and other Cholim in the community.
*Walking Group: For a brisk 3 mile
walk around Highland Park, meet
at the post office between 7:307:45 a.m. on Mondays. RSVP to
Rachel Weintraub at 732-819-9298
or [email protected]
so we know to expect you.
Raritan Valley Hadassah Programs
*Chug Ivrit: We run two Chugei Ivrit:
one for advanced-beginners and the
other for intermediate to advanced
Hebrew speakers. They will both meet
on Sunday, December 21. The advanced beginner will meet from 10:0011:00 a.m. and will be followed by the
intermediate level at 11:00 a.m. We
chat in Hebrew and read a short Hebrew story or article. We’d love to
have you join us! To find out where
we are meeting in January, contact
Rachel Weintraub at
[email protected]
or 732-819-9298.
Collecting Sheitels
Keren Kol Kallah - established to
provide orphan and destitute kallahs in Israel with essential needs.
Donated custom sheitels, some
brand-new, some gently worn, are
sold to women in Israel who would
not otherwise have the funds to
buy a quality wig. All the money
raised at the sale goes towards a
hachnasas kallah fund which helps
needy brides in Eretz Yisrael.
Sheitels can be dropped off by
Aviva, 16 Edgemount Road, Edison.
For more info, please see contact
Aviva Siegel (732) 572-4408 [email protected]
TRIBUTE CARDS ARE AVAILABLE
FROM OE FOR MAZAL TOV, REFUAH
SHLEIMA AND CONDOLENCES
JUST $5.00 EACH
CONTACT SUSAN KOLLMAR
TO PURCHASE
THE OE FOOD BANK IS OPEN!
SEE YOUR AD IN THE PAGES OF
OE’S ANNOUNCEMENTS!
The OE FOOD BANK gladly accepts any
closed/unused non-perishable food
items.
CONTACT FELICE FOR INFO
PLEASE NOTE: THE FOOD BANK NOW
ACCEPTS TOILETRIES IN
UNUSED, UNOPENED CONDITION!
Please remind your children not
to place any trash in the food
collection bin.
732-247-3038
[email protected]
Any questions, contact Alice Gordon at
[email protected]
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