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Picture - Scarsdale Synagogue Temples Tremont and Emanu-El
Clergy and Staff
JEFFREY C. BROWN • Rabbi
[email protected]
Board of Trustees
CHANIN BECKER • Cantor
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ILYSE GLICKMAN • Director of Congregational Learning
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ROBERTA ARONOVITCH • Executive Director
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JODY GLASSMAN • Nursery School Director
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SARAH METZGER • Director of Youth Engagement
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SYNAGOGUE OFFICE • [email protected]
MELANIE APPELBAUM • Marketing,
Communications & Public Relations Director
[email protected]
Donna Vitale Ruskin – President
Joel Wagman – Executive Vice
President
Steven Eigen – Treasurer
Jules Natowitz – Secretary
Joy Bertan
Karen Chapro
Sara Feinstein
Ron Katter
Alison Litofsky
Jeff Margolin
Ellen Miller-Wachtel
Jonathan Paul
Beverly Picker
Scott Rothstein
Emily Scherer Steinberg
Tom Vogel
Jeff Zelkowitz
Professional Staff Emereti
Ex-Officio
STEPHEN A. KLEIN ........ Rabbi – SSTTE
........................................... [email protected]
Members of the Board
KERRY BEN DAVID z’l .. Cantor - SSTT
ALAN HOCHBERG ......... Exec. Director – SSTTE
GARY KATZ .................... Exec. Director – SSTTE
MARILYN SHEBSHAIEVITZ Exec. Director – TE
PHILIP ARONSON ........... Exec. Director – TE
REBECCA SHUBERT ...... Educator – SSTTE
Any questions, please contact us either by
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 914-725-5175
Fax: 914-725-4551
Care2Connect
Christine Ginsberg
Communal Worship
Harvey Tessler
Victor Goodman
Connected Congregations TBA
Early Childhood Education
Jules Natowitz
Family Events
Alison Litofsky
Funds Investment
James Shifren
Jim Siegel
Governance Task Force
Karen Chapro
Grounds Committee
Madelaine Eppenstein
Tara Tyberg
Library
Millicent Baschkin
Barbara Ginsberg
Randee Horowitz
Life-Long Learning
TBA
Marketing &
Public Relations
Stuart Pearlman
Eric Schoen
Emily Scherer Steinberg
Brotherhood Co-Presidents
Dan Alpert
David Nodiff
Richard Primoff
Membership/Community Alison Litofsky
Scott Rothstein
Communal Worship
Harvey Tessler
Victor Goodman
Honorary Trustee
Barbara Chesler
Strategic Planning
Ellen Miller-Wachtel
United Interfaith
Food Bank
Larry Eidelberg
Elinor Wharton
SCARTY Co-Presidents
Noah Steinberg
Jenny Appelbaum
Welcome!
Committee and Program Chairs
Budget & Finance
Steven Eigen
Tom Vogel
Women of SSTTE Co-Presidents
Susan Lippmann
Beth Quinn
Sandy Rothstein
Marilyn Shebshaievitz
PJ Library
TBA
Religious School
TBA
SSTTE Seniors
Aaron Plum
Social Action/Tikkun Olam Karen Chapro
Elinor Wharton
Women of SSTTE Co-Presidents
Susan Lippmann
Beth Quinn
Sandy Rothstein
Marilyn Shebshaievitz
Brotherhood Co-Presidents
Dan Alpert
Richard Primoff
David Nodiff
Shalom Newsletter DEADLINE
The Shalom is partially funded by the Women of SSTTE.
If you have ideas for a new article please contact
Roberta Aronovitch, Executive Director at 914.725.5175.
The Shalom is published monthly (except for July &
August).
The Deadline for the June 2016 Shalom is
May 6, 2016.
In order to meet the publishing deadline, please
submit information on a timely basis.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
COVER:
Nava Tehila
FUNdraiser
Sharing Shabbat
Worship
Mazel Tov
From Our Rabbi
Communal Worship
What’s Happening at Scarsdale Synagogue
Calendars for May & June
Tikkun Olam / Social Action
Director of Congregational Learning
Director of Early Childhood
Director of Youth Engagement
Cycle of our Congregational Family
Advertisements
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WHAT ARE THE
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download "NeoReader" (or any QR code reader)
from the app store. Then use your mobile device
to scan the code which will take you directly to the
applicable web page (yes, you MUST have a mobile
device. This cannot be done from a desktop.)
Questions: Contact Melanie Appelbaum at
[email protected] and she will be happy to help
you!
RELIGIOUS SERVICES
FRIDAY, MAY 6
5:30 p.m.
First Fridays for Families;
Grades PK-2
7:45 p.m.
Chavurah Service
FRIDAY, MAY 20
Sharing Shabbat – No Services
SATURDAY, MAY 21
10:00 a.m. Shabbat BaBoker with Nava
Tehilla
FRIDAY, MAY 13
8:00 p.m.
Shir Shabbat Service
SATURDAY, MAY 14
10:30 a.m. Shabbat Morning Service & Bar
Mitzvah of Zach Rosenberg
4:30 p.m.
FRIDAY, MAY 27
6:15 p.m.
Ma'ariv Service
Havdallah Service & B’not Mitzvah
of Alyssa & Madison Youngstein
YOM HASHOAH, WEDNESDAY, MAY 4, 7:00 P.M.
“Please join Rabbi Brown and Scarsdale Synagogue
teens as we mark our annual observance of Yom
HaShoah - Holocaust Remembrance Day - with our friends from Shaarei Tikvah at
Shaarei Tikvah (46 Fox Meadow Rd., Scarsdale). Please be in touch with Rabbi
Brown if you have any questions!”
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MAZEL TOV
Zach Rosenberg
May 14
Zach is a 7th grader at the
Ardsley Middle School. His
favorite activities are baseball
and basketball. He goes to
Camp Chipinaw over the
summer for 7 weeks. A
memorable experience for him
was when he won the allaround camper for all of boy’s
side in camp, the biggest award
for boys. For his community
service he prepared meals and
packed clothes for the homeless
at Ardsley Cares Day.
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Madyson Youngstein
May 14
Madyson is a 7th grader at the
Edgemont High School. Her
favorite activities are playing
basketball, softball, tennis and
she also likes to bake. Her
best subject in school is Math,
but she also likes Science and
Latin. A memorable
experience for her was when
she met her best friend, Ricki.
For her community service she
helps her mom at her camp,
Beth El in the summer.
Alyssa Youngstein
May 14
Alyssa is a 7th grader at the
Edgemont High School. Her
favorite activities are playing
basketball and spending
time with friends and family.
Her favorite subject in
school is Science. For her
mitzvah project she is
making pillows for kids in
the hospital.
FROM OUR RABBI
Dear Friends:
I hope this finds you and your family doing well!
This year, the month of May occupies the slice of the Jewish calendar that falls after
Passover but before Shavuot. Tradition teaches that we count the omer during this seven
week period, thereby linking one holiday to the next.
This is not just a season of counting. It’s a season of accounting, and taking stock of
ourselves, and the goals we set.
In that vein, I wanted to return to my vision for the future of Scarsdale Synagogue
Temples Tremont and Emanu-El. As some of you may recall, I shared a detailed vision statement in the
context of my Rosh HaShanah Day 1 morning sermon back in the fall. (You can find the sermon online at
http://goo.gl/QIAqwi.)
Here’s my omer-accounting of my vision for the future, and the successes we’ve had in working toward it.
(1)
Scarsdale Synagogue is built on the notion of inclusivity, where everyone matters. Following
nearly three years of careful study and reflection, our Board recently approved a sweeping change
toward a Pledge Commitment model of financial giving here at the synagogue. We believe that our
community will become ever-more-inclusive, as we affirm to current, former, and prospective members
that being connected to Scarsdale Synagogue is about so much more than a person’s ability to pay. That
same sense of inclusivity is reflected in the fact that: our Religious School has launched Kulanu (all of us)
to better meet the needs of students with diverse learning styles; we held salons earlier this year to
examine current events through a Jewish lens, with an affirmation that we must be inclusive of the wide
range of political perspectives of our congregation; and, our Temple President has convened a working
group to begin studying the feasibility of a capital campaign, one of whose primary goals would be to
make our sanctuary safer and more accessible to everyone who worships with us.
(2) Scarsdale Synagogue is a Shabbat-centered Jewish community. Beyond our lifelong learning
and communal Jewish volunteerism, we seek a community where our membership has the chance to
affirm its Jewish identity through regular and meaningful Shabbat engagement. This year we
strengthened our Shabbat BaBoker experience on Saturday mornings - several of which were specifically
designed as intergenerational Shabbat experiences. (Shabbat BaBoker is our informal Shabbat morning
minyan filled with song, study, and a delicious meal that meets periodically throughout the year.) We
continued to broaden the reach of our Sharing Shabbat initiative to encourage members to have Shabbat
dinner in one another’s homes. We organized an Adult Retreat (new for this year), during which we
reflected on the themes of Shabbat for an entire weekend! And we even began a Shabbat hiking group,
to experience Shabbat in nature.
(3) Scarsdale Synagogue is a place where relationships matter. A synagogue isn’t just a place that
we come to in order to engage Judaism and its values. It’s a place where we do that communally.
Together. In theory, every programmatic initiative we do, and certainly all of the ones already
mentioned above, seek to reinforce, and build on, this core value. Beyond those, let me discuss my own
personal attempt to build relationships with each and every one of you. I am in the midst of reaching out
to every single household in the congregation this year “just because.” As of this writing (in early April)
I’ve managed to reach about one third of you (or your answering machines). Many of those contacts
have resulted in delightful schmoozes - it has been a pleasure to get to know so many of you better! The
calls will continue throughout the spring and summer. But no need to wait for your phone to ring! I’m
always available to schedule time at your request. Feel free to email or call to make an appointment.
The end of the school year isn’t just an opportunity to take an accounting of my vision. It’s also a chance to
for us to do the same with your vision! I hope we’ll have the chance to sit together soon, so that you can
share with me the hopes and dreams of the future that you carry…for yourself, your family, and for our shared
community.
With kindest regards,
Rabbi Jeffrey Brown
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COMMUNAL WORSHIP
Saying Kaddish (Part 2)
By Michael Luskin
Shortly after my mother died (in 2012), I wrote a CWC
column in “Shalom” called “Saying Kaddish.” It was
mostly about saying Kaddish for those we knew. Now I
write about saying Kaddish for those we never knew,
and in particular, Holocaust victims. This column is
prompted by a trip Judy and I took a year ago to
Warsaw, Krakow (including Auschwitz-Birkenau), and
Berlin and by the upcoming Yom HaShoah (May 4-5 this
year).
Our trip was a long time coming. I’d never been keen on
confronting what I knew I’d see. What is this fear of
visiting a concentration camp, a death camp? Why so
anxious? In Krakow, at the Remu Cemetary Synagogue,
I spoke with an Israeli tourist. He told me that he, too,
had felt anxious about his planned visit to Auschwitz, but
then he added: If my father could survive two years at
Auschwitz, then I can survive two hours there. He was
right. I lost the anxiety. I made the visit.
It was so empty. We are brought up on images of Nazi
genocide: packed cattle cars; men, women and children
lined up on the railroad platform at Birkenau so the SS
could sort and separate them; crowds being pushed into
the gas chambers; skeletal, wide-eyed survivors in their
striped prison garb, staring out of their shelf-like bunks
at their liberators at the end of the war, too weak to
move. But now there is no one in the single cattle car
that sits there. The platform is empty. The gas chambers
and crematoria lie in ruins. The bunks are vacant. The
suffering, the horror, are all left to the imagination. But
our imaginations are informed by those iconic
photographs, the ones we’ve all seen and know by
heart. I can’t say which has had more impact on me in
the end: the empty, silent camp, or the photos, or the
interplay between them in my mind’s eye while standing
there. Ingraining those images in our minds and those
of our children and their children is as important as the
visit itself.
So, who were the victims? Yad Vashem has created a
small museum in one of the buildings at Auschwitz. One
of its rooms contains drawings done by child-victims of
the Holocaust, faithfully hand-copied on the walls of the
room in pencil and crayon at child height. One of them is
of a wicker basket of flowers in bloom and is captioned,
in French, “Pour Maman,” for my mama. Another iconic
image, etched in my mind’s eye forever. But what has
this got to do with me?
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Both Judy’s and my families came to the U.S. before
World War I, so the Holocaust wasn’t about us. Wrong,
so wrong. Six million Jews were murdered in the
Holocaust; four million have been identified. One of the
rooms in the Yad Vashem exhibit at Auschwitz contains
a Book of Names, a print-out of the four million known
victims, listed alphabetically by name, birth date, home
town, and date and place of death. The Book fills the
room. There are dozens of Luskins in it. Some must be
family, those who stayed, or their children. My cousins,
many times removed no doubt, but family; family I
never knew. So, yes, me. I will not forget the Book.
On a lighter note, we spoke with the owner of the
bookstore in the Old Town of Kazimierz, across from the
Remu Cemetary Synagogue where we started our
walking tour of this part of Krakow. She told us about
the filming of the ghetto scenes in “Schindler’s List,”
which were shot in this square. She told us of the
inconvenience – having to cover her windows and close
her store – and she told us of her amazement at the
artificial snow falling in June. But the image that says
“What?!” and sticks in my mind is her description of the
crew’s and actors’ lunch breaks, when she’d see rabbis
dining with SS soldiers! This didn’t happen in real life, of
course, but what if…. What if history had played out
differently? We lost those Luskins and the four million
who’ve been identified and the two million who haven’t.
They are all someone’s family, and there is no better
reason to rise together than to remember them with a
communal Kaddish.
The prayer itself is familiar and comforting, with its
rhythmic repetition, its alliteration. Many rock and sway
as they recite it; it literally moves us. It is always said in
public (a minyan is required), and its completeness
depends on the entire congregation’s responses:
“Amen” and “Y’hei sh’mei raba m’varakh….” and “B’rech
hu” and “T’ush b’chatah….” It’s comforting to know that
the prayer that we know so well is the same prayer,
recited in the same way, as was the prayer recited by
those in whose memories we pray. The connection is
palpable. We rise as one congregation to remember our
own families and all the people in those pictures we can
never forget, all the children who scratched “Pour
Maman” on the wall, all of those named in the Book of
Names, and all of those whose names we’ll never know.
I used to think that we rise together to remember these
victims because they had no one to say Kaddish for
them, but that’s not right. They have us. They, too, are
family.
WHAT’S HAPPENING AT SCARSDALE SYNAGOGUE
WOMEN OF SSTTE
Women’s Interfaith Luncheon
WEDNESDAY, MAY 4 AT 11:30 A.M.
To RSVP Online for Any of Our Events, Visit:
bit.ly/ssttewomenevents
Board Meeting & Speaker
WEDNESDAY, MAY 11 AT 10:30 A.M.
All members are invited to attend. We welcome back our snowbirds and work on upcoming events. Following the meeting we will
have a special Lunch and learn program. See p. 9 for details.
We’re Going to Caramoor
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7; 9:30 A.M.
Reservations accompanied by checks must be received by June
22 so we can confirm our space.
Yes, it may seem strange to make plans for September, now…but
we like to look ahead. The Women of SSTTE has reservations to
attend a wonderful Flamenco Dance presentation, tour the Rosen
House at Caramoor, and have lunch on the grounds. We will carpool from the Synagogue. Cost is $65 for members of Women of
SSTTE and their spouses; $75 for non-members. We will be
leaving the Synagogue at 9:30 a.m. Please let us know if you
can drive or if you will need a ride. Reservations may be made
on the website (URL at top of this page) or by sending an email
to [email protected] or calling the Synagogue office, 914725-5175.
The Roles of Women in Judaism and Islam: A Women’s
Panel Discussion
WEDNESDAY, MAY 25 AT 11:00 A.M.
Cantor Becker, Rabbi Glickman, and representatives of the Islamic
Women’s Council, Dr. Mahjabeen Hassan and Paula DesrochersYakout, will join us for an insightful discussion and question and
answer time regarding the roles of women in our religions. Find
out how we are alike and explore our differences. Following the
Discussion, you are invited to be the guests of the Women of
SSTTE for lunch and a chance to socialize and speak informally
with our guests. Lunch is being sponsored by the Women of
SSTTE Special Action Fund in loving memory of Maxine Jacobson.
Please RSVP by May 18 on the website (URL at top of this page)
or by sending an email to [email protected] or calling the
Synagogue office, 914-725-5175. If you need a ride, let us know.
Mah Jongg Cards
We have the newest Mah Jongg cards available! To get
yours email Barbara Ginsberg, [email protected] or stop into
the Mazel Tots office and see Jody Glassman.
Update on the Scotland Project See. p. 15 for details.
All Scarsdale Synagogue women are
invited to join with the Women of the
Scarsdale Hartsdale Women’s Interfaith
Council for a luncheon at the Hitchcock
Presbyterian Church. The program
begins with a Sanctuary Talk followed by
lunch featuring a speaker on Climate
Change and Sustainability. Tickets are
$20 each. RSVP on the website (URL on
top of this page) For more information
or reservations email
[email protected]
Spring Mah-Jongg Tournament
SUNDAY, MAY 15 - 9:30 A.M. – 5:00 P.M.
It’s that time again! There are a few
spaces left. For $50, you will have a light
breakfast, a delicious lunch, and the
opportunity to play many rounds of MahJongg and win cash prizes. Space is
limited so make your reservation early.
You can register on the website (URL
below) and send your check to us in care
of the Synagogue Office. Reservations
are filling up, so respond quickly to
reserve your seat!!!
RSVP: bit.ly/ssttemj
Come and eat at California Pizza
Kitchen!!
WEDNESDAY, MAY 18
Bring the Flyer in this issue (on p. 8) of
the Shalom and join us anytime on
Wednesday, May 18. The Women of
SSTTE will receive 20% of whatever you
spend.
These proceeds help us to
support our Synagogue and the
worthwhile projects we do. Additional
flyers are available on the website and at
the Synagogue. Please distribute them to
your friends and family and ask them to
help support our programs.
Spring Luncheon, June 1, See p. 11 for details
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WHAT'S HAPPENING AT SCARSDALE SYNAGOGUE
FUNdraiser in support of Women of SSTTE:
Women’s Group Supporting the Synagogue & other Causes
Wednesday May 18th 2016
All Day!!!
Valid at the following location:
California Pizza Kitchen
365 Central Park Ave
Scarsdale NY 10583
(Just north of Hartsdale Post office)
914-722-0600
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WHAT’S HAPPENING AT SCARSDALE SYNAGOGUE
JUDAICA
We have been called..”THE PEOPLE OF THE BOOK”
The Judaica Shop will hold a SPRING BOOK SALE
SUNDAY – MAY 22ND from 9:00 A.M. to 12 NOON
Selections for both children and adults will be available
– books to Educate, Enlighten, and Entertain
Books on Jewish History, Religion, Art, Archeology,
Cooking, Bible Stories, and beautiful Coffee Table
volumes plus
Judaica Jewelry and many other Gift Items
Your purchases are at discount prices, and help
support important projects at the Synagogue.
Plan to join us for this exciting event!
For more information, contact:
Barbara Baron
Mitzie Stein
914-693-3131
914-723-0138
Brotherhood to Sponsor BBQ
SUNDAY, JUNE 5, 5:00 P.M.
For those of you who are not aware, the Brotherhoodsponsored annual Scarsdale Synagogue spring BBQ is
quickly approaching. It is an extremely fun event and
all are welcome. As always, there will be large amounts
of delicious hot dogs, hamburgers and chicken and we
will need your help to make sure there are no leftovers.
That would be a shanda!
It is one of the really nice social programs of the year,
which reinforces a sense of community amongst our
members. It is a great outdoor, spring event.
We are always looking for ways to make this event
more fun, so if you have any suggestions or are willing
to help at the grill, please email us at
[email protected]
Best regards,
Dan Alpert, Richard Primoff and David Nodiff
SSTTE Seniors
Lunch at Seafood Central (Trader Joes Mall)
TUESDAY, MAY 3 AT 1:00 PM
Coffee and Conversation
TUESDAY, MAY 17 AT 1:00 PM
Meet at the synagogue as we welcome back our
snowbirds.
There will be no meeting May 10. If there are any
questions please call (914) 963-4093
Everyone is welcome to attend our meetings and
programs.
We Honor Our Builders
FRIDAY, JUNE 3, 8:00 P.M.
Join us for a special Shabbat service as we will
honor our Synagogue’s history, and the longtime
members (who have been with us for 18 or more
years) who helped to build our congregation and
who continue to make our synagogue the special
place it is today. We are especially delighted that
our Rabbi Emeritus, Steve Klein, will join Rabbi
Brown and Cantor Becker in co-leading the
service and celebration. Festive Oneg Shabbat
to follow!
The Women of SSTTE Present:
LUNCH & LEARN WITH RABBI BROWN
(open to the entire congregation and friends)
WEDNESDAY, MAY 11 AT 12:30 P.M.
Following lunch Rabbi Brown will share candid
reflections and photos from his social justice mission to
the Dominican Republic earlier this year. He'll especially
focus on the plight of women in the Dominican
Republic....exploring how the poverty and racism of the
country come together to create significant genderbased barriers to equality in Dominican life as
well. Although there are many challenges in the
Dominican Republic, Rabbi Brown's presentation will
also reflect the tremendous hope that exists there for
positive change in the future, and how we can be a part
of those exciting social justice efforts. Lunch is $10 per
person and you must RSVP by May 6 on the website
(URL at top of this page) or by sending an email to
[email protected] or calling the Synagogue office,
914-725-5175. If you need a ride, let us know.
United Interfaith Food Bank
Sort & Repack Sessions
TUESDAY, MAY 3 at 9:00 a.m.
TUESDAY, MAY 17 at 7:00 p.m.
Concerned about hunger, an issue our Food Bank
volunteers have been working tirelessly to address
for a decade now.
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WHAT’S HAPPENING AT SCARSDALE SYNAGOGUE
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WHAT’S HAPPENING AT SCARSDALE SYNAGOGUE
Machar: Join Us as We Strengthen our
Synagogue Leaders of Tomorrow
Machar (Tomorrow) will begin in September as
a yearlong opportunity to get to know one
another, learn together and grow toward
service in the leadership of our congregation
and Jewish community. Stay tuned to your
emails and the monthly Shalom for more
information
ARZA
Since the establishment of the State of Israel,
four new holidays have been added to the Jewish
calendar. In Israel, these holidays are observed
as national holidays. May holidays include:
Sharing Shabbat
Friday, May 20
Join us for the last Sharing Shabbat of 5776. If
you have special requests for dinner
assignments, please let us know, but we hope
you will take this as an opportunity to get to
know new people in our community.
RSVP by May 16:
sharings[email protected]
Yom Haatzmaut, MAY12th, Israel
Independence Day, marks the establishment of
the modern state of Israel in 1948.
Yom Hashoah, MAY 5TH, Holocaust
Remembrance Day
Yom Hazikaron, MAY 11TH, a Memorial Day for
soldiers who lost their lives fighting in the War of
Independence and in other subsequent battles.
RSVP for the Celebrate Israel Parade by
May 1. See p. 16 for details.
For more information: reformjudaism.org click on
Jewish holidays.
Gladly check off ARZA membership on your dues
statement, knowing that you are building and
supporting an inclusive, pluralistic, democratic
Israel. Any thoughts or questions, about ARZA,
please be in touch with Gloria Lewit
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CALENDAR
~ May 2016 ~ Nissan – Iyar 5776
Sun
Mon
Tue
Wed
1
2
NO RELIGIOUS
SCHOOL
Mazel Tots &
Songs for Seeds
Open House
4:00 p.m.
Joint Yom
Hashoah
w/Shaarei Tikvah
7:00 p.m.
8
9
Happy Mother's
Day!
3
Food Packing &
Sorting
9:00 a.m.
Study Chavurah
10:30 a.m.
Seniors Lunch
1:00 p.m.; off-site
4
Women's
Interfaith
Luncheon
11:30 a.m.
Yom Hashoah at
Shaarei Tikvah
7:00 p.m.
10
Study Chavurah
10:30 a.m.
Talmud
8:00 p.m.
15
Shorashim
9:30 a.m.
Mah Jongg
Tournament
9:30 a.m.
Madrichim
Workshop
11:15 a.m.
Mazel Tots &
K'tanim Friendship
Workshop
11:00 a.m.
16
Jewish Food Policy
Study Group
6:15 p.m.
Communal
Worship Cmte.
Mtg.
7:30 p.m.
22
Last Day of
Sunday Religious
School
Judaica Sale
9:00 a.m.
STEWEY Messy
Olympics
11:00 a.m.
29
Thu
5
Mussar Study with
Cantor Becker
7:30 p.m.; offsite
Fri
Sat
6
First Fridays for
Families - PK-2
5:30 p.m.
Chavurah Service
7:45 p.m.
7
Love My Park Day
9:30 a.m.
Team Tikkun
Volunteers at
ASPCA Pet Fair
10 a.m.
Annual Fundraiser
7:00 p.m.
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12
Women of SSTTE
Board Mtg
10:30 a.m.
Lunch & Learn
with Rabbi Brown
12:30 p.m.
Mazel Tots
Challah Baking
7:30 p.m.
13
Shir Shabbat
Service w/Youth
Group honoring
H.S. Seniors
8:00 p.m.
Scarty Shul-in
7:00 p.m.
17
Study Chavurah
10:30 a.m.
Seniors Coffee &
Conversation
1:00 p.m.
Food Packing &
Sorting
7:00 p.m.
Jewish Literacy
8:00 p.m.
18
Last Day of
Religious School
20
Sharing Shabbat
6:00 p.m.
14
Shabbat Morning
Service & Bar
Mitzvah of Zach
Rosenberg
10:30 a.m.
Havdallah Service
& B’not Mitzvah
of Alyssa &
Madison
Youngstein
4:30 p.m.
21
Shabbat BaBoker
With Nava Tehilla
10:00 a.m.
SCARPE Diem
Basic Training
6:00 p.m.
23
Board of Trustees
Mtg.
7:30 p.m.
24
Study Chavurah
10:30 a.m.
25
26
Panel Discussion
on Roles of
Women in
Judaism/Islam
11:00 a.m.
30
Memorial Day
31
Study Chavurah
10:30 a.m.
19
California Pizza
Kitchen
Fundraiser
Offsite; All day
Mussar Study
with Cantor
Becker
7:30 p.m.
27
Ma-Ariv Service
6:15 p.m.
28
OFFICE CLOSED
NOTE: Religious School meets Sundays 9:00 – 11:00 a.m. and Wednesdays 4:00 – 6:00 p.m. unless
otherwise noted. Team Tikkun meets Wednesdays 6:30 – 8:15 p.m.
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CALENDAR
~ June 2016 ~ Iyar Sivan- 5776
Sun
Mon
Tue
7
Food Packing &
Sorting
9:00 a.m.
Study Chavurah
10:30 a.m.
Seniors Lunch
1:00 p.m.; off-site
Jews as the
Chosen People
7:00 p.m.
14
Study Chavurah
10:30 a.m.
Wed
Thu
Fri
Sat
1
2
Women of SSTTE
Luncheon (off-site)
1:00 p.m.
3
Service Honoring
Our Builders
8:00 p.m.
4
Shabbat Service &
Bar Mitzvah of
Benjamin
Sonenshine
10:30 a.m.
8
Women of SSTTE
Board Mtg
10:30 a.m.
9
10
Confirmation
Service
7:30 p.m.
11
Shabbat Morning
Service & Bar
Mitzvah of Noah
Pomerantz
10:30 a.m.
15
Communal
Worship Meeting
7:30 p.m.
16
17
Chavurah Service
7:45 p.m.
18
24
Ma-Ariv Service
6:15 p.m.
25
5
Celebrate Israel
Parade
11:00 a.m.
Annual
Congregational
Mtg. & BBQ
4:00 p.m.
6
Mussar with
Cantor Becker
7:30 p.m.
12
13
Board of Trustees
Meeting
7:30 p.m.
19
20
21
22
Seniors Coffee &
Conversation
1:00 p.m.
Food Packing &
Sorting
7:00 p.m.
Jewish Literacy
8:00 p.m.
23
26
27
28
30
29
We are now transitioning into an environmental facility by using biodegradable products
throughout the synagogue.
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TIKKUN OLAM/SOCIAL ACTION
I LOVE MY PARK DAY SATURDAY, MAY 7TH
Join in an exciting statewide event to celebrate and enhance New York’s parks and historic sites.
Old Croton Aqueduct State Historic Park; 9:30 AM - 03:00 PM
(914) 941-8536
Improve the Aqueduct trail by lopping vines, removing invasive bushes and plants and by picking up trash
along the trail and by the riverside. They will have the opportunity to work in teams alongside experienced
naturalists to attack the specific plants. There will be tasks for those with various skill levels; no experience
necessary. Contact event coordinator Diane Alden for more information: [email protected]
Registration: Required
Rockefeller State Park Preserve; 9:30 AM - 12:30 PM
(914) 631-1470
As part of this ever popular, state-wide event, we will continue the habitat restoration project that we
began two years ago. All ages are welcome. Last spring, four generations of a local family participated.
Contact event coordinator Jessika Creedon for more information: [email protected]
Registration: Required
Bear Mountain State Park; 9:30 AM - 03:00 PM
(845) 786-2701
Come join us at Bear Mountain State Park in celebrating the fifth annual I Love My Park Day!
Project 1: Garden Care and Invasive Management at Stairs leading to Pool and Trailside Museums and
Zoo. Wear old clothes, closed toed shoes, and work gloves.
Project 2: Trash Cleanup around Hessian Lake and Bear Mountain State Park. Volunteers clean up trash at
the lake's edge and around the park. Contact event coordinator Elaine Brown for more information:
[email protected] Registration: Required. For further information:
http://www.ptny.org/ilovemypark
CARE2CONNECT
Our Care2Connect committee has one main goal – to reach out and support fellow congregants throughout various
lifecycle events. Members of our committee are here for you, in good times and in hard times, offering support and a
helping hand when needed. Throughout the years, we have provided words of congratulations for births, marriages and
bar/bat mitzvahs, words of sympathy when those among us have lost loved ones, and words of support when others are
not doing so well.
New volunteers are always welcome! There are no meetings to attend or events to schedule on your calendar. Just let
us know what you are interested in doing, how often you are available and the best way to reach you. There is no
requirement for what you would need to do, we are happy to work within your comfort level to help you get involved.
Then, when a need arises that you are comfortable with, our committee will be in touch. Whether you can help out
once a month or once a year, it all adds up to a more supportive and caring temple community! Tikkun Olam,Together.
Other services our network of member volunteers provide include:
Providing/Delivering Meals to homebound members or families during a health crisis;
Checking in via telephone with the ill, elderly and/or homebound;
Visiting an ill or homebound member;
Transportation to a doctor's appointment for an ill or non-driving member;
Hosting a single or widowed member for a holiday meal;
Transportation to services (when available) for an elderly or non-driving member.
If you know...of a Synagogue member who is ill or in the hospital, call the office and let us know. This way the
Rabbi and Cantor can visit and Care2Connect can provide timely support. Don’t assume that we know---we will only
know if you tell us!
For more information, to volunteer or to let us know of a Congregant who could use our support, please contact
Christine Ginsberg at [email protected]
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TIKKUN OLAM/SOCIAL ACTION
Scottish Jews Benefitting from American Jewish Community Donations
Written by Professor Joe Goldblatt
Did you know that Scotland is one of the few countries in Europe and in the world that has no official
legislation banning anti-Semitism activities? The reason for this is that in our 1,000 year old history we
have never needed this legislation. However, in recent days, things have dramatically changed.
In 2015, there was a 40% increase in anti-Semitism activity in Scotland. Eight individuals who used
social media to espouse hatred toward Jews were arrested, sentenced, fined or warned. Their actions
were believed to have been motivated by the Israel – Palestine conflict last year.
In an effort to combat future anti-Semitism activities in Scotland, the Scottish Council of Jewish
Communities received a small grant from the Scottish Government to train volunteers to go into public
schools and speak about what it means to be Jewish in Scotland. Fifteen volunteers were trained over
several months. However, the volunteers needed tools to better communicate the rich experience of
the Jewish people in Scotland to young children.
Therefore, I stepped forward and offered to collect Jewish objects for boxes for each of our 32 local
authority school systems. This would have been a daunting task without the immediate help and
enthusiasm of Scarsdale Synagogue's congregant Beth Quinn and many of you. As a direct result of
your generosity the Jewish Objects for Education in Scotland (JOES Boxes) are now being used in local
schools throughout our country.
The boxes contain typical Jewish ritual objects, a curriculum guide and even miniature complete Torahs.
They also include charity boxes that were decorated by the children my wife teaches in the local
religious school of our synagogue.
Many of the children who are experiencing JOES Boxes have never met a Jewish person. Therefore, it
is very special for them to meet one of our volunteers and learn that we are so much like them.
However, we have different objects to share which they find fascinating.
It is our hope that future generations will have less opportunity to promote anti-Semitic activity due to
this innovative program in our public schools. If you would like to donate objects of funds to support
JOES Boxes please contact Beth Quinn at [email protected] or myself at [email protected]
One day I hope I have the opportunity to thank our American donors in person, however, in the
meantime, please accept my heartfelt thanks on behalf of the 10,000 Jews in Scotland who are
benefitting from your generosity.
Scotland Project
Thank you to everybody who supported this wonderful
project. We have met our goal and the educational
process is continuing in the Schools of Scotland. We are
in regular communication with the leaders of the program
and will keep you posted on the progress
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DIRECTOR OF CONGREGATIONAL LEARNING
It’s hard to believe it’s already May - what a great year we have shared together! There are so many
successes to highlight. Here are just a few:
Our Sunday mornings begin as a school community with Kehillah! where we connect through
song and story and as we explore Middot (Jewish values for everyday living) together
Our K-6 students have deepened their understanding of Jewish life and traditions through our
enhanced art program
We launched Ivrit Binu’ah (Hebrew Through Movement) in our younger grades as a groundbreaking way to encounter and explore our sacred language
Our 4th-6th grade students delve deeply into Tefillah (communal worship) through creative immersion in art
projects, basketball games, and midrashic interpretations.
The 4th grade class took a leadership role in encouraging food donations from our student body that directly
support the United Interfaith Food Bank
Cantor Becker introduced an “Introduction to Torah Trope” unit with our 6th grade students
Our Team Tikkun students participated in our Purim celebrations – such a fun evening!…and so much more!
The year is not over – we have lots of fun yet to come – but I do want to highlight our end of year gathering and
celebration on Sunday May 22nd as we close out our 2015-2016 school year with a fantastic program run by our very
own Madrichim (student teachers)! This is definitely not a morning you will want to miss! And don't forget the Celebrate
Israel Parade on June 5. Deadline to purchase your t-shirts is May 1 (a safety requirement for marching this year).
And finally, let me offer a word of gratitude and thanks to all of you, dear families. As I near the conclusion of my first
year here at Scarsdale Synagogue I am deeply moved by the spirit of community I have encountered. Moving forward, I
look forward to continuing to forge and deepen my relationship with each and every one of you.
I’d like to end with the words of the Shehecheyanu, a blessing that marks sacred moments and experiences in our lives:
Baruch Atah Adonai Eloheinu Melech Ha-olam shehecheyanu vi-kimanu vi-higiyanu la-z'man ha-zeh. (Praised are You,
God, who created the world, who grants us life, who sustains us, and who brings us to this very moment).
Together We Grow,
Rabbi Ilyse Glickman
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DIRECTOR OF EARLY CHILDHOOD
MAZEL TOTS
The children at Mazel Tots are looking forward to so many fun things in May. Spring
has finally arrived and we are enjoying all the changes spring brings to our new
playground! The garden is blooming, the trees are flowering and the birds are
singing!
We are also getting busy planning our Mother’s Day Tea. Each class has their own
Mother’s Day celebration, where the children make their Mom’s gifts as well as
prepare a lovely brunch for them. We’ll also have a Teacher Appreciation Shabbat and have the
chance to thank our fabulous teachers.
We still have some space for 2, 3 and 4-year-olds in our June Mini-Camp program. The MiniCamp will be in session from May 31st through June 22nd. It’s a camp-like program that bridges the
time between the end of Nursery School and the start of most summer camp programs. Children
born between 2011 and 2014 are welcome to join us. Temple membership or prior experience in our
school is not required. The fee for this program is $850 for 2’s, 3’s and 4’s and $650 for the
Toddlers. If you are interested in knowing more about this program please call our Nursery School
office at 723-3001.
Once again, we will be offering our summer camp program called - Summer Stars. The camp will
run from June 27th through August 12th. The program will serve Toddlers through those entering
Kindergarten. We’ll feature sports, cooking, music, arts and crafts, water play, karate, yoga, soccer,
storytelling and more! Toddlers will meet Monday through Wednesday 9:00-11:15, 2’s, 3’s, 4’s and
5’s will meet Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. or 9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Mazel Tots and K’tanim will join forces once again for a program on friendship!
SUNDAY, MAY 15TH – 11:00 A.M. – 12:00 P.M.
There will be: stories and songs about friendship, friendship bracelets, a fun project involving fruit,
and SO MUCH MORE! Parents are welcome to stay. Maybe you’ll make some new friends, too!
Just a reminder, if you have not yet seen our school and are interested in a space for next year,
please call to arrange an appointment.
Our fees for the 2016-17 school year are as follows:
3-day 2’s
5-day 2’s, 3’s or 4’s
$5600
$7750
If you have any questions about Mazel Tots or Summer Stars- feel free to contact me. I love talking
about our Early Childhood Programs!
I look forward to talking with you!
Jody Glassman, Director
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DIRECTOR OF YOUTH ENGAGEMENT
Wow, April sure was a fun month. Tax day! Passover! My birthday! April Fool’s Day!
Aaaah, so much fun!! This year, we’ve had some great success with our newest youth
group, SCARPE DIEM (for grades 6 and 7) and last month our synagogue set the record
for sending more kids to Junior Youth Group Kallah than any other synagogue in the NY
area region. Not that it's a contest, but if it were, we would have won. Go us! We also
had a blast celebrating Havdallah and bowling goofily at Bowlmor with SCARTY and
friends. Our K’tanim cuties also had a fun time playing live action Mario Kart with the help
of a few of our lovely Madrichim (teen guides). Don’t worry, folks. No bananas were
harmed in the process. STEWEY also had the chance to build community through the
majesty of art while painting their very own masterpieces at Painting with a Twist. Later
on in the month, our members of Team Tikkun were joined by members of SCARTY to spread some joy and
Pesach spirit over at the Bristal Assisted Living Facility in White Plains. The residents said that our visit was the
highlight of their week!
But enough about April. April is SUPER over now. Let’s see what’s on deck for May!
Volunteering at the Westchester ASPCA Pet Fair in Yorktown Heights! Saturday, May 7th – 10:00
a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at FDR State Park, Yorktown Heights. This is part of our 8th and 9th grade curriculum in
Team Tikkun, but we’d love to invite ALL teens who love animals and want to support this wonderful paws. or
cause. Parents and furry four legged friends are welcome to join as well!
SCARTY Shul-in! Friday, May 13th – Saturday, May 14th – Join us for Shabbat services on Friday night as
we honor the graduating High School seniors and the rest of the youth group members who’ve been hard at work
all year. After services are over, we’ll be spending the night here for a TV-themed shul-in! More details to come.
Mazel Tots and K’tanim will join forces once again for a program on friendship! Sunday, May 15th –
11:00am – 12:00pm immediately following Religious School. There will be: stories and songs about
friendship, friendship bracelets, a fun project involving fruit, and SO MUCH MORE! Parents are welcome to stay.
Maybe you’ll make some new friends, too!
An evening of basic training with SCARPE DIEM! Saturday, May 21st – 6:00pm – 8:00pm. Open to all
6th and 7th graders. If you’ve ever wondered what it’s like to be in the Israeli Army, now’s your chance to find out!
This will be way more fun, though, because SCARPE DIEM isn’t currently at war with anyone. But when we are,
we’ll sure be ready! Come celebrate Havdalah, get down n’ dirty, and learn how to behave like a soldier from a
real live Israeli. This will be similar to the Messy Olympics described below, but with more camouflage, water
pistols, falafel, and nerf ammo.
STEWEY Messy Olympics! Sunday, May 22nd – 11:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. immediately following
Religious School. This program is open to our 3rd through 5th graders. Be prepared to get messy while we
shave balloons, sift through gooey things, hit me in the face with a pie (maybe), and all kinds of other messy, fun
things. Bring clothes that you don’t particularly care for and an extra change of clothes might be wise, too.
Questions? Comments? YouTube videos of pugs and dolphins becoming friends? Send me a message! I’d love to
hear from you.
Thanks for reading!
Sarah Metzger
Director of Youth Engagement
K’tanim Painting with a Twist
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SCARTY Bowling at Bowlmor
Jr. Youth Group Kallah
at Camp Kutz
CYCLE OF OUR CONGREGATIONAL FAMILY
IN REMEMBRANCE
The Scarsdale Synagogue Temples Tremont and Emanu-El recognizes with sorrow the passing of:
Barbara Sue Greenberg, mother of Michael Greenberg
Lenore Abrams, Aunt of Judith Elkins
MAZEL TOV
Laura Hirschberg, daughter of Arlene Popkin, on the staging of her new play Verona Walls at the
WorkShop Theater in NYC. The play was directed by DeLisa M. White
Dr. Marcus & June Reidenberg on the marriage of their grandson, Jeremy Reidenberg, to Caitlin Murphy
Dr. Robert Rosenberg & Ellen Plum Rosenberg on the birth of their granddaughter, Ruby Madeline Ganci,
great granddaughter of Aaron Plum, parents are Lindsay & Alec Ganci
Jeff & Samantha Reemer on the birth of their son, Blake Ethan Reemer, brother of Madelyn Reemer
Jonathan & Kymberly Kaufman on the birth of their son, Jaxson Kaufman, brother of Skylar Kaufman
We appreciate the thoughtfulness of those who support Scarsdale Synagogue Temples Tremont and
Emanu-El by remembering and honoring their friends and loved ones through their generous contributions.
Cantor’s Discretionary Fund
PAULA LESTER in memory of her mother, Esther Lester
EDWIN & BEVERLY PICKER in loving memory of
Gregg Feinstein, brother of Sharon Charles; in memory of
Rita Levik, mother of Carol DeBear; in honor of the
engagement of Rebecca Cohen to Robert Schliessman,
daughter of Gerald & Stefani Cohen
SHARI JACOBSON THOMAS in memory of her
mother, Maxine Jacobson and in appreciation to Cantor
Becker
THOMAS & MARCY VOGEL in memory of his mother,
Helen Vogel
General Tribute Fund
HAROLD & ROSALIE CITRON in memory of his
mother, Esther Citron
GERALD & STEFANI COHEN in memory of his father,
Abraham Cohen; in honor of the engagement of their
daughter, Rebecca Cohen to Robert Schliessman
RICHARD & MARLENA CORN in memory of Maxine
Jacobson; Stanley Landsberg, grandfather of Rabbi
Brown
STEVEN & ELAINE EIGEN in honor of the birth of
Ruby Madeline Ganci, granddaughter of Dr. Robert
Rosenberg & Ellen Plum Rosenberg
RUTH GERSHON in honor of the birth of Ruby
Madeline Ganci, granddaughter of Dr. Robert
Rosenberg & Ellen Plum Rosenberg
DOROTHY GOLD in memory of her father-in-law,
Robert Gold
VICTOR GOODMAN & ELAINE LAURENCE in honor
of the birth of Ruby Madeline Ganci, granddaughter of
Dr. Robert Rosenberg & Ellen Plum Rosenberg
MICHAEL & PHYLISS GRODOFSKY in honor of
Harold Citron’s birthday
EDWARD KAMINSKY in memory of Ben Kaminsky
JANE KAPLAN in memory of her father, Walter Gruber
IRWIN & DIANE LEVY in memory of her parents,
Laura & Robert Kleiman
LISE MINOVITZ & ERIC FREY in memory of his
mother, Martha Jeanne Frey
DR. STUART & MERYL MOSER in honor of Karen
Chapro receiving the Julian Y. Bernstein Distinguished
Service Award
ALAN & JULES NATOWITZ
DR. FREDRIC & STACEY NEWMAN in memory of
her father, Wallace J. Clarfield
LEE & LORI PARKS in memory of her mother, Renee
Parks
MITCHELL & BARBARA ROSS in memory of his
father, Albert Ross
SCOTT ROTHSTEIN & ELIZABETH TROOP in
memory of Morty Pincks; Helen Vogel, mother of Tom
Vogel
TOM RUSKIN & DONNA VITALE RUSKIN in honor
of the birth of Ruby Madeline Ganci, granddaughter of
Dr. Robert Rosenberg & Ellen Plum Rosenberg; in
memory of Barbara Sue Greenberg, mother of Michael
Greenberg
PHOEBE SARNA on the birth of her great
granddaughter, Billie Hazel Goldberg
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CYCLE OF OUR CONGREGATIONAL FAMILY
DAN SCHUCHAT & LORI LAUBICH in honor of the
birth of Ruby Madeline Ganci, granddaughter of Dr.
Robert Rosenberg & Ellen Plum Rosenberg
KATHY SPARROW in memory of her father, Max
Rubin; her father-in-law, Maxwell Sparrow
MUTSUKO STEIN in memory of her mother, Nobuko
Tanouchi; her husband, Emil Stein
BARBARA STOCK in memory of Rose Gaffin
JEANETTE TEITELBAUM in memory of her mother,
Ethel Kahn
THOMAS & MARCY VOGEL in memory of his
mother, Helen Vogel
KERRY WONG in memory of her grandmother, Lillian
Bader
Interfaith Food Pantry
JOEL & PAULA KUDLOWITZ in memory of Morty
Pincks
SCOTT ROTHSTEIN & ELIZABETH TROOP
ROTHSTEIN in honor of Karen Chapro receiving the
Julian Y. Bernstein Distinguished Service Award; in
memory of her brother, Jerry Troop
Playground Enhancement Fund
LEON & MARILYN SHEBSHAIEVITZ in honor of her
traveling buddy, Jody Glassman
Rabbi Brown’s Discretionary Fund
SHARI PRESS in honor of the Wedding Anniversary of
Dr. David Kudlowitz & Elioria Noetzel
PAUL & SANDRA ROTHSTEIN in memory of Stanley
Landsberg, grandfather of Rabbi Brown; Morty Pincks
THOMAS & MARCY VOGEL in memory of his
mother, Helen Vogel
Rabbi Stephen Klein’s Youth Initiative
SHARI PRESS in memory of her father, Jesse J. Press
Rabbi Klein’s Bible Study in memory of Morty Pincks
ADELE FINKELSTEIN
RUTH GERSHON
MARILYN MALOFF
RITA REICH
JUNE REIDENBERG
BARBARA ROSENBLUM
ELISABETH SCHWERD
JEANETTE TEITELBAUM
LINDA ZELTNER
Women of SSTTE Fund
DR. HENRY & BARBARA GINSBERG in honor of the
birth of Billie Hazel Goldberg, great granddaughter of
Phoebe Sarna; in honor of the birth of Ruby Madeline
Ganci, granddaughter of Dr. Robert Rosenberg & Ellen
Plum Rosenberg
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CECILIA PFEIFFER in memory of her parents, Irving
& Mary Bronitz; her father-in-law, David Pfeiffer; her
great uncle, Murray Pollack
DAVID & SUSAN POMERANZ in memory of Maxine
Jacobson
SHARI PRESS in honor of the birth of Billie Hazel
Goldberg, great granddaughter of Phoebe Sarna; in
honor of Marilyn Shebshaievitz’s birthday
CYNTHIA RANKOWITZ in memory of Maxine
Jacobson
RITA REICH in honor of the engagement of Gregory
Mann, grandson of Newton & Susan Schiller, to
Natasha Kostek
CHRISTOPHER & NANCY SMITH in memory of
Maxine Jacobson
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