Vol. 86, No. 3 - Congregation Beth Shalom

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Vol. 86, No. 3 - Congregation Beth Shalom
November 2015
Cheshvan - Kislev
5776
Vol. 86, No. 3
We all know that “Diamonds are a girl’s best friend” and denim is the perfect way to dress down but still look great and fashionable. So we bring to
you the best of both worlds, a Denim & Diamonds theme party
is a great way to dress up, while dressing down, but in a fashionable way!
The best thing about about this party theme is that it uses items that almost everyone has in the closet. Everyone has a pair of their favorite jeans
or pants and every lady has some fun bling to add to her look. We did not
forget the men, jeans or your favorite pants and a jacket, no ties required.
But…don’t forget your dancing shoes, after all this is a dinner dance.
Join us for a night of great music from a classy loungey sound
to dance, dance and dance.
Of course the drinks will be sublime and the food exquisite.
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November 2015
From the Rabbi’s Study
Learning to Live in Ordinary Times
Tishrei is the Hebrew the spiritual without any shortcuts.
Holidays are spiritual shortcuts. We
month when so much
have rituals. We have family gatherhappens – Rosh Haings. We have synagogue celebrations.
Shanah, Yom Kippur,
Sukkot, Shemini Atzeret All of these are shortcuts to spiritual
connection.
and Simchat Torah.
What is much harder is to try to
Heshvan is the Hebrew month that immediately follows. It is find spiritual connection in the every
day. It is a challenge to make time for
often called “Mar” Heshvan - translated as “bitter” Heshvan, because it is God when sometimes it doesn’t even
the only Hebrew month without any seem like we have time for ourselves.
It can be overwhelming to think
holidays.
I often joke, that whichever rab- about talking to God when it doesn’t
bi titled “Heshvan” as “Mar-Heshvan” seem like we have time to talk to our
spouses or children.
was obviously NOT a pulpit rabbi!
This, I would suggest, is the
Though Tishrei is the busiest month
most challenging part of faith - learnof the year, I would not say that it is
ing how to live spiritually in ordinary
the most spiritually challenging.
times. Sometimes people are able to
Actually, the rabbis were rightdo this through prayer or meditation
there is a bitterness in a month withor even through mindful eating.
out holidays. Or, more accurately
What we cannot afford to do,
there is a frustration in trying to find
though, is to live our lives on autopilot. The purpose of the holidays of
Tishrei is to prepare us not for “Mar”
Heshvan, but “Mundane” Heshvan.
In the same way that a married couple
seeks out ways to “keep dating” after
many years of marriage, we must nurture and invest in a spiritual life.
Interactions such as finding ways
of seeking holiness in the work interaction, the bedtime story, the homeless man at the highway interchange
or the grocery store take up most of
our lives. If we can find a way to live
them spiritually, we will have added
an entire new dimension of holiness
to our week, our month, our year and
our life.
Rabbi David M. Glickman
[email protected]
Execut i vel y Speak ing
A CBS Update
5776 is starting off
really well. Ten families
have joined Beth Shalom
since this spring, and we
have seven more children
enrolled in the Rose
Family Early Childhood
Education Center than we budgeted
for. We ended 5775 with a balanced
budget, and for the second year in a
row, we have exceeded our budgeted
amount in pledges from our High
Holiday appeal. Our congregation is
attractive to new and existing members and offers positive experiences in
our priority areas of prayer and spirituality, congregational learning and
member engagement. Let’s remind
ourselves of two opportunities which
are coming right up.
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Do you feel like contributing
your time and talent in some small
way to our congregational community? On Sunday, November 8, in Goldsmith Hall, we’ll have our first “Committee Jam.” We’ll start with bagels
and coffee right after morning minyan
at 9:15 am. At 9:30 am, representatives of most of our thirty committees
will be at tables, so we can all explore
how we might want to get engaged
in our congregation. I’ve heard from
some of you that you’re looking for an
opportunity to serve that is more than
“sitting around talking.” Well, several of our committees actually have
volunteer opportunities. So look for
those specific opportunities.
Come together as a community
for a fun evening. Come to “Denim
& Diamonds” on Saturday, December
5, after Shabbat. Remember Cabaret
last winter? It was sold out. We expect
to sell out Denim and Diamonds this
year, too. Not only is it fun (and a
great dinner), but it’s our only annual fund raising event. Remember
our budget depends on our dues, our
High Holiday Appeal, and our annual
fundraiser. Thankfully, we are generous in fulfilling all three so that we
may bring ourselves the experiences
we seek from our kehillah, our sacred
community.
It is said that members of nonprofit organizations can contribute in
three ways: time, talent and treasure. I
am grateful that we,
as a congregation,
Norman Kahn, Jr.
are generous
President
in all three
[email protected]
categories.
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Minyan Maker is Very Important
Minyan Maker was developed to
insure there is a minyan every morning and evening for every member of
CBS who wants to recite Kaddish as
a mourner or for a yahrtzeit. All CBS
members who are not mourners or
saying Kaddish for a yahrtzeit have a
responsibility to do their part to help
guarantee a daily minyan. During the
week, we hold our minyanim at the
Appleman Synagaogue at Village Shalom. We would like to recognize those
who have attended through Minyan
Maker during the past three months.
Our Minyan Maker Regulars
include:
Sunday-Minyan Maven is
Ron Coppaken, and attendees are
Steve Azorsky, Jeff Blackman*, Bernie Fried*, Rabbi Glickman*, Susan
Hamner*, Hannah Harris*, Richard
Simon*, David Slusky and Gene
Wolowski.
Monday-Minyan Maven is
Joel Goldman, and attendees are Jeff
Blackman*, Paula Cohen*, Ted Goldstein*, Rabbi Glickman*, Marshall
Gale* and Jimmy Rosenbloom*.
Tuesday-Minyan Maven is
Debra Rubin, and attendees are
Arthur Berger*, Jeff Blackman*, Alan
Edelman, Mel Glazer, Hanan Hammer, Larry Kalender*, Rhea Salasche
and Peter Shapiro.
Wednesday-Minyan Maven
is Beryl Silberg, and attendees are
Hazzan Ben-Yehuda*, Larry Cohen,
Chuck Gasser and Berenice Haberman.
Thursday-Minyan Maven is
Jimmy Rosenbloom, and attendees are
Hazzan Ben-Yehuda*, Marshall Gale*,
Rabbi Glickman*, Byron Ginsburg,
Ted Goldstein* and Larry Kalender*.
Friday-Minyan Maven is Aletha Simon, and attendees are Arthur
Berger*, Jeff Blackman*, Peter Cabell,
Paula Cohen*, Diane Federman and
Sylvie Radvinsky*.
Ted Goldstein, Norman Kahn
and Bernie Fried are available in addition to their “regular days”. Pinch hitters who come as they are needed are
Erwin Abrams, Mike Abrams**,Elyse
Block, Randy Block, Brian Brockman,
Gavi Glickman, Jeff Goldenberg,
Steve Israelite, Sid Kanter, Marcia
Karbank, Eddie Meltzer, Richard Silberg, Elaine Singer**, Debbie SoslandEdelman, Shira Zigler and Scott
Zigler. Torah Readers are Alan Edelman, Art Federman, Gavi Glickman,
Jeff Goldenberg, Mara Lambert, Dan
Margolies, Allan Reichman, Jimmy
Rosenbloom, Avi Sonnenschien and
Josh Sosland.
Many of our “regulars” have also
been with Minyan Makers from the
beginning. Both Marvin Goldstein
and Carla Klausner who attended
morning minyan for a number of
years have found it necessary to take a
leave of absence, and both are missed.
Those who attend morning
minyan without signing in to Minyan
Maker are urged to do so to give us an
accurate number for the daily minyan.
As you can see, Minyan Maker is a
team effort, and we need more people
to join the team.
*Attend more than once a week
** Have been Pinch Hitters since
Minyan Makers was organized.
Of Blessed Memory,
Marvin Gibian, 1927-2015
We note with great sadness on
October 12, the death of Marvin
Gibian, past president of Congregation Beth Shalom, 1980-81. He was
a fourth generation member of our
congregation, also serving as president
of the Men’s Club and the Couples
Club. Marvin also served on the
boards of JCC of Greater Kansas City,
the Guardian Society and the Jewish Federation. He was a Troop 61
Eagle Scout and a warrior in the Tribe
of Mic-O-Say. His banking career
spanned over 50 years. Our condolences go out to his beloved wife,
Evelyn, his two daughters and sons-inlaw: Linda Gibian and Mark Fishman
and Ellen and Jeremy Fenster, his 12
grandchildren and 31 great-grandchildren. May his memory be a blessing.
Parashat Hashavua Group
Parashat Hashavua is an ongoing, monthly program that takes place
on every third Shabbat of the month
at 9 am, in the Board Room. The goal
of this program is to engage its participants in a stimulating discussion of
the Weekly Torah Portion in a friendly
atmosphere, where the difference of
opinions is respected, and questions
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B’nei
Parashat
Mitzvah
Vayetzei
are encouraged. The participants enjoy
the deep level of discussion and Kabbalistic insights into the text. The next
session will take place on November
21, when Parashat Vayetzei will be
discussed. Everyone is welcome.
For more information contact
Svetlana Sorkin at 913-393-1715 or
[email protected]
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Sisterhood
Berenice Haberman, President | [email protected] |
PrayerWorks Honors Regina Pachter
The music plays on at 100 years old!!
Regina Pachter, a loyal and active participant of Sisterhood PrayerWorks, recently
celebrated her 100th birthday with her
PrayerWorks friends at Village Shalom.
Over 70 were in attendance including 19
Beth Shalom Sisterhood past presidents
and current president, Berenice Haberman. PrayerWorks encourages prayer,
spirituality and healing. Special prayers
and recognition were given to the birthday
honoree by facilitator, Rickie Haith. The
session concluded with Regina's daughter
Maurine Pachter singing to her and Regina
entertaining on the piano with exceptional talent, grace and style. The sessions
are open to the community and meet the
fourth Wednesday of the month at CBS
in the conference room. For information
about PrayerWorks or to leave a name for
healing, call Rickie Haith at 913-3418707. SH has sponsored PrayerWorks
since 1997, and Village Shalom welcomes
us warmly when we are there.
Save The Date - Thursday, December 24
Thursday evening, December
24, can be boring. Don’t sit home
and watch old movies on TV. Join
your Sisterhood at their third annual
"A Nite at the Movies" at the B&B
Theatre 16 at 8601 West 135 Street
in Overland Park. Besides a first-run
movie in our own auditorium, we will
have a fun evening with door prize
drawings, a small popcorn and soft
drink. Bring your family and friends.
We will be showing the movie, Joy the
evening before it opens to the general
public on December 25.
Joy, a biographical comedy drama, is the story of a family spanning
four generations and focusing on Joy
Mangano. Joy is the struggling single
mother of three children who invented
the “Miracle Mop” and becomes the
president of Ingenious Designs, LLC.
She founds a business dynasty and
becomes the family matriarch. The
movie stars Jennifer Lawrence, Robert
De Niro, Bradley Cooper, Isabella
Rossellini and Diane Ladd.
Ticket prices are: Donor level
are $25 each, and Sponsor level at $60
which includes 2 individual tickets.
More details to follow. The proceeds
of the movie event will benefit our
synagogue and our community service
and education projects. Don’t be left
out- join us.
Sisterhood Munchies and Memories
SH members, mark
Tikvat Israel Congregation in Rockyour calendars for a
ville, MD, works with WLCJ as a
delicious luncheon and
trainer and consultant. She has also
a remarkable speaker at
worked in the business world, developing curriculum for education and
11:30 am on Tuesday,
December 1. We will be
in corporate and banking managewelcoming Shelly
ment. She has conducted workshops
Goldin, a Women’s League Trainer,
on leadership, strategic planning and
confronting gender issues in the workwho will guide us in accessing and
place. Goldin will be sharing memolearning from our memories. Ms.
Goldin, a member and President of
ries, stories that are both serious and
funny, and will encourage us to search
our own memories.
Since Goldin is a native New
Yorker, our lunch, catered by Steve
Ellenberg, will be deli style with a
vegetarian option. Invitations will be
arriving in the mail in early November. If you have questions or do not
receive an invitation, contact Milisa
Flekier, [email protected] or Staci
Kahn, [email protected]
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Polsky Religious School (PRS)
Hazzan Tahl Ben-Yehuda, Director of Congregational Learning | [email protected]
Curriculum Updates
The Hebrew month of
Mar Cheshvan, bitter
Cheshvan, is for clergy
and school directors alike the time to
reflect. We look back
at the last six to eight weeks and take a
deep breath. I want to share with you
what I see as I breathe deeply.
The school year started smoothly
with several exciting new developments in curriculum. Last year we
introduced the Hebrew Lab to our
school. In the Hebrew Lab, students
in grades 4 - 7 learn Hebrew together
through games, listening stations, the
Rosetta Stone interactive computer
program, and one-on-one teacherstudent interactions. This year we have
gone deeper in the lab by focusing
the curriculum on the skills of leading
t’fillah (services), and chanting Torah
and Haftarah. Students work together
with their friends in all grades towards
their goals. The message we have created is that this skill, while helpful for
Bar or Bat Mitzvah, is a Jewish skill
that each student will be able to use
throughout his or her life.
In third through seventh grades,
we are now in our second year of
Etgar, the United Synagogue’s awardwinning learning-through-doing curriculum. Students engage in text study
that will not only help them to acquire knowledge and skills, but whose
ultimate goal is to build their appetite
for Jewish learning.
In fifth through seventh grades,
we have introduced a new class that is
completely project-based, where students are learning about Jewish people
D'var Torah by Emma Shapiro
had very few active members. Most
The USY Executive Vice Presiof them were people who recently
dent, Emma Shapiro delivered a
found out about their Jewish heritage.
wonderful D’var Torah for Parashat
Things like this make me think about
Ha’Azinu to the Library Minyan on
what we could have been. We visited
Shabbat, September 26. We would
Terezin on our way to Germany, and
like to share it with our entire congre- this was my first time seeing one of
gation.
the remaining institutions built by
Unlike Moses, I was able to go
the Nazis. Terezin was built as a show
to the promised land this summer.
place, an inaccurate representation of
When I got off the plane in Israel, my what was actually happening at all the
friend and I knelt down and kissed
other camps. Nazis filmed videos here
the ground, happy and thankful that
in an attempt to portray that life was
we finally made it. Our journey was
good and that the people were treated
not nearly as physically and emotion- well. The next camp we visited was
ally difficult as that of the Israelites
Majdanek. Standing at Majdanek had
or people who were forced to escape
a much larger impact on me then visturmoil in Europe in the mid 20th
iting both Auschwitz and Auschwitz II
century, but it was extremely emotion- (Birkenau). This was owed to the fact
ally draining.
it was my first time seeing a concen
We started off touring Prague,
tration camp besides in pictures, and
a beautiful city and learned about
it has been kept completely intact,
the lack of Jewish life. We spent our
unlike the other two. Auschwitz has
first Shabbat in a synagogue that
become a museum for the most part
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all over the world throughout the ages.
In this way, we are bringing together
the history of our people by focusing
on historical figures who drove the
development of theological, philosophical and practical ideas. Students
will spend the year engaged in smallgroup work and class-presentations
as they learn independently and then
share what they have learned with the
class. We look forward to a community-wide presentation of many of the
projects the students create sometime
in the spring.
Next month, I’ll tell you all
about what’s happening in High
School! If you’d like to learn more
about our school, or get involved in
the School Committee, please feel free
to call my office or drop
me an email at [email protected]
and Birkenau was partially blown
up by the Nazis. I spent the walk
through Majdanek silent, tearing up
once when I stood in a room filled to
the top with shoes that belonged to
innocent people. The second time I
cried was at the memorial at the end
of the camp. The memorial is a circular shape with a hole in the center.
The hole is filled up with human ashes
that have been recovered. Every time
I think back on those moments, it
doesn’t seem real to me that I actually
was there. While touring the camps I
always noticed that people had their
cameras out snapping photos in every
room. Even in the gas chambers they
were taking pictures of the fingernail
scratches on the wall. I found this
interesting because to me, these sights
were something that would never leave
my memory. (Part II of this D’var Torah
will appear in the December Scroll.)
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Rose Family Early Childhood Education Center
Judy Jacks Berman, Director | [email protected] | 913-647-7287
Captain Chesed to the Rescue
When I started
working at Beth Shalom
22 years ago, Elaine Polsky had a sign put on my
bulletin board that said
“Kindness is Contagious”.
The faculty at Rose Family
Early Childhood Education Center completely
agrees! We teach Jewish
Values as a core part of our
curriculum. This year the
main value we will stress
is kindness and respectCHESED. We now have
Captain Chesed Capes!
When a child treats someone
kindly and with respect, he is the
most important super Hero/Shero,
and he gets to wear the Captain
Chesed cape! We believe we are
creating a generation of children
who will make our world a much
better place because they will be
kind caring people, one Captain
Chesed at a time! Danielle Antes,
an incredible mom who is filled
with kindness, has made us 4
amazing capes for the 3-5 year old
rooms! We are so excited about our
new CAPTAIN CHESED program!
Youth & Informal Education
Stefanie Williams, Director | [email protected] | 913-647-7292
What: Kinnus 2015
Where: St. Louis Airport Renaissance Hotel
Theme: "Straight Outta EMTZA"
When: November 26-29
Cost: $365 for USYers & Staff Doubles, $465 for Staff Singles
Registration Deadline: November 2
It’s that time again when USYers thoughts turn to the grandest convention of the year. Yes, along with Fall’s changing leaves and dropping
temperatures comes KINNUS!!!!
Excitement Building for Annual Kinnus
Bert and Ernie are ready to take St. Louis by storm; energizing EMTZA Region USY with revolutionary sichot, music
and ruach. This isn’t Sesame Street...we’re coming to you Straight Outta EMTZA!
Get ready for a weekend filled with amazing community service, a chance to see the sites of beautiful St. Louis and
spend Shabbat with your friends from EMTZA Region USY!
Join us for the most slammin’ Kinnus EVER! Don’t miss the most poppin’ convention of the year!! We can’t wait to see
you in St. Louis, MO on November 26-29 for Kinnus 2015: STRAIGHT OUTTA EMTZA!
Get ready to break it down and have great time! Sign up today!
Your Tri-Chairs: Dana Rosenblum, Rachel Krug, and Jeffrey Eidelman
Join the Conversation on Social Media using #Kinnus2015 #StraightOuttaEMTZA
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C elebrating L ife C ycle E vents
Ecclesiastes 3:1
November Anniversaries will be celebrated on November 21.
To sponsor a Kiddush contact Martha, 913-647-7283.
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Stephen & Robyn Smith
Randy & Dini Freed
Gary & Patti Friedman
Daniel & Lindsey Osman
Leo & Johanna Stein
Lee & Beth Albee
Seth & Rachel Katz
Eric & Lisa Ginsburg
Herbert & Barbara Simon
Peter & Joan Cabell
Gustave & Elinor Eisemann
Kevin & Sheryl Jordan
Larry & Beverly Mallin
Jordan & Malinda Kimmel
Stanton & Sharon Rosenthal
Adam & Kim Matsil
Nathan & Ashley Ross
Vincent & Marcy Pellegrino
Steven Weindling & Nan Abbot
Stuart Bodker
& Tensy Marcos-Bodker
Mark & Julye Rose
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Joshua & Jane Sosland
Leibert & Miriam Birnbaum
Shelton & Nancy Gallas
Brian & Karen Cole
Doug McNay & Dawn Gale
Jeremy & Hilary Singer
Jeffrey & Cathy Alpert
Yoni & Gina Cohen
Rodney & Gerre Minkin
Albert & Cecille Silverman
Bruce & Lori Hertzfield
Robert & Carol Yarmo
Jeff & Rhonda Fromm
William & Joyce Shapiro
Bernard & Judy Rosenberg
Steven & Lisa Ruben
Ron & Kathryn Zack
Steve & Milisa Flekier
Aaron & Jessica Kroll
Bennett & Bambi Zinman
Benny & Stephanie Cohen
Lee & Esther Pearlmutter
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Mazal Tov to...
Marcia Karbank and Joe Smuckler upon the Bat Mitzvah of their granddaughter, Hannah Smuckler.
Janet Mark and Frank Lipsman upon the marriage of
their son Jacob Lipsman to Rachel Zoller.
Dillon Hollander, son of Todd Hollander and Stacy and
Scott Winkler and grandson of Alan and Tina Chapman
upon earning his Eagle Scout Rank.
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Downtown Talmud Jam Begins
Downtown Talmud Jam begins on Wednesday, November 11. The class, facilitated by Rabbi Glickman, will
meet from 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm, at the offices of Lathrop
and Gage. Future classes will meet on December 9, January 13, February 10, March 9, April 13 and May 11. For
more information or to RSVP, contact Stephanie Miller,
[email protected] or 913-647-7281.
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Baruch Dayan HaEmet
Praised is the True Judge
Of Blessed Memory
Unveilings
We express condolences to our Beth Shalom Members, their Families and Friends.
Helen Weinstein, z"l , October 5 - 22 Tishrei
Maurice Nathan Luchen, z"l, October 7 - 24 Tishrei
Ronald Atkin, z"l, October 8 - 25 Tishrei
Yahrtzeits
Grace Wilkof, z"l, October 11 - 28 Tishrei
Marvin Gibian, z"l, October 12 - 29 Tishrei
Michael Copeland, z"l, October 14 - 1 Cheshvan
Join us for morning or evening minyan to say Kaddish for your loved one. See service schedule, page 11.
19 Cheshvan-Nov. 1 Alvin Oppenheimer
Jacob Sarno
Ida Wayne
Herman Milgram
David Pelzerman
Harry Prostic
28 Cheshvan-Nov.10 I. Frank Rope
Sarah Adreme
Dora Rubin
Evelyn Cohen
Marie Sanell
24 Cheshvan-Nov. 6 Abe Gordon
Zelma Shapiro
Jennie Feingold
Norman Katcher
Jessie Zinn
David Gereht
Joseph Kupper
3 Kislev-Nov. 15
David A. Katz
Walter Loeb
Jeanette Blender
Michael Lasser
Hazel Manne
Chayim Eichenberg
20 Cheshvan-Nov. 2 Ben S. Lerner
Jenny Mour
Samuel L. Glassman
Anna Levitch
Leon Baum
Edward A. Smith
William Handler
Dollie L. Mann
Anna H. Bornstein
Rheta Sosland
Stephen Mark
Zahava Lottie Morgan Jake Temposky
Magda Fried
Hertzfield
Rose Nelkin
Steven Friedheim
Rose Naster Zeligman
Sadie Friedson Klein
Simon Jacob Ozar
Sam Nadler
29 Cheshvan-Nov. 11 Solomon Krigel
Gustave Rapaport
Phyllis Pack
Alan Berl Bratt
Harry Rosenberg
I. Edward Zalin
Bertha Salita
Sarah Katzeff
Dorothy C. Shanberg
Ellis Tonkey
25 Cheshvan-Nov. 7 Nathan Levenson
Jessica Shapiro
Sylvia Viner
Baruch Benjamin
Dora Pilz
Sarah Gershamn
21 Cheshvan-Nov. 3 Charline Cooper
Mary S. Smith
Shearer
Sima Laya Galler
Evelyn Alexander
Bella Vile
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Kislev-Nov. 16
Abraham Gellens
Linda Greene
Sam Wedlan
Yetta Baier
Esther Clara Gilgus
Birnbaum
Morris Weiner
Bernard Brady
Sophia Goldstein
Sam Brown
Lillian Zwern
Rebetzen Jennie
Heinrich Joseph
Esther Daniels
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Cheshvan-Nov.
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Burstein
Aaron Kars
Ellen Ginden
Delores Rosenbloom
Katie Cooperman
Gertrude Kisluk
Hyman Louis
Benjamin
Ruth Dennis
Esther Lerner
Goldstein
Ida Friedman
Casil Robert Goldberg
Boris Levitch
Mordecai Kasoi
Jennie Greenman
Jacob Pelofsky
Morris B. Margolies
Anna Levin
Jessie Styrka Hanick
Florence Peltzman
Sam Millstein
Rose Lofman
Eloise Shlensky
Edith Penner
Thomas Millstein
Norman R. Parmet
Minkoff
Rose Silverberg
Leonard Orren
Alfred Parnes
Doris Rosenberg
Rose Rachel Pack
Leo Polterock
5 Kislev-Nov. 17
Freda Shalinsky
Abraham Abba Rubin Dorothy Rosenberg
Tillie Abramson
Rose
Zipper
Maurice Shefrin
Abraham Rubin
Albert Begleiter
Ethel Shefrin
Hannah Schwartzblat
1 Kislev-Nov. 13
Max Berenbom
Anne Vinick
Esther Shapiro
Celia Abels
Helen Bretton
Betty Wishna
Morris Stahl
Rebecca Bloustine
Arnold Cohen
Betty Wolfberg Taxman 26 Cheshvan-Nov. 8 Marie Friedson
Barnett Cohen
Anna Webber
Max Gersh
Harvey Aaron
Lester Coppaken
Betty Yaskolka
Hyman Louis
Jane Ace
Buelah Fleschman
Goldklang
Minnie Friedman
22 Cheshvan-Nov. 4 Emanuel Bornstein
Robert Reuben Graff
Max Cohen
Samuel Gershon
Goldie Herstig
Bluma Greenberg
Jacob Hockman
Nathan Gilbert
Charles Marks
Nathan Magazine
Martin Hoffman
Gershon Gitnick
Herbert Plotsky
Ida B. Moskovitz
Abraham Hyman
Anna Hecht
Nathan E. Rappaport
Dora Pearl Moskowitz Lena Junsberg
Boris Kittess
Morris Rosenblum
Frances Rothschild
Simon Levikow
Isaac Katz
Israel Sandhaus
Rosa Rubin
Lotte Loftspring
Alice Lieberman
Jack B. Schultz
Goldie Siegelbaum
Max G. Milens
Daisy Markus
Arthur A. Stern
Samuel Sosland
Pauline A. Samberg
Richard Michelson
Asher Stern
John Small
Morris Stein
2 Kislev-Nov. 14
23 Cheshvan-Nov. 5 Ben Zenitsky
Sol M. Yarowsky
Joe Baum
Sol Baum
Abrom
Copeland
27 Cheshvan-Nov. 9
6 Kislev-Nov. 18
Taubie Becker
Yosaph Dagerman
Saralee Brams
Barbara Gerson
Bernard Fasbinder
Sarah Geister
Samuel Eagles
Herbert Mayer Krigel
Abraham Flekier
Bertha Grossman
Joe Ellis
David Levitch
Mary Goldblatt
Tillie Kay
Mary Krasner
Morris Moss
Carolyn Hohenstein
Hermine Klein
Jacob Lapin
Doris Kaufman Poder
Pearl Lieberman
Myer Rich
Elias Reichman
Leo Litt
George Moss
Jacob Barabechik
Ike Birnbaum
Arthur Bock
Tillie Hudson
Pearl Kasoi
Ben Kern
Catherine R. Liebenau
Benjamin Liederman
Reuben Wechsler
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Dorothy Peltzman
November 25 at 10:00 am
Esther L. Satz
Esther R. Singmon
Leona Libby Soltz
Israel Winitz
November 2015
Samuel S. Rogell
Oscar Rose
Eva Sokoloff
Sol Stolowy
Frank Wayne
7 Kislev-Nov. 19
Jerome Abrams
Edward Bell
Hannah Bloch
Issac Blond
Israel A. Brenner
Sophie Bruller
Morris A. Chernikoff
Abraham Gilgus
Maurice Gottlieb
Henry Harris
Rose Oliver
Fannie Schwartz
Louis Sudvarg
Phillip H. Taxman
8 Kislev-Nov. 20
Israel Berlau
Esther Botwinik
Bernard Chortek
David S. Cooper
Harry Eisman
Rose Fried
Sol Kaplan
Sadie Katz
Louis Lachs
Morris Lazarus
Hyman Minda
Benjamin Ryweck
Stanley Schlesinger
9 Kislev-Nov. 21
Harry Baker
Freda Berman
Abe Bogdanoff
Isadore Bressel
Herbert Brooks
Max Cooper
Esther Corenman
Serena Grunwald
Bessie Hammer
Dora Jacobson
Yetta Joffee
Barbara Jean Krigel
Rebecca Lerner
Sylvia Oshry
Arthur Stein
Louis Studna
10 Kislev-Nov. 22
Eleanor Abrams
Elizabeth Atlas
Evelyn Azorsky
Joel Bock
Dora Deutch
Sam Fish
Israel Gallas
Philip Glass
Jay Gottstein
Reuben Kalinsky
Harry Luben
Harris Rothschild
Leah Seiffer
Jack Shapiro
Sam Shenker
Arthur B. Taxman
William I. Winer
11 Kislev-Nov. 23
Jake Bratt
Victor Bulavsky
Lillian Gilgus
Sam Kiser
Max Krasne
Zisel Lipsitz
Sam Singer
Hannah Stern
Kusele Trilinsky
Edward Waldman
12 Kislev-Nov. 24
Alta Bell
Rose Forman
Ida Friedman
Harvey Goldstein
Rose Hyman
Harold T. Karpin
Isadore Meyer
Natalie Kahn Neck
Michael Rhodes
Morris Roitman
Morris Shankman
Fannie Shapiro
Bess Wolfberg
13 Kislev-Nov. 25
Aaron Agron
Junie Barash
Beverly R. Bodker
Bessie Cohen
Max Cohn
Libby Donovitz
Max Fleschman
Harry Furman
Sam Gale
Bessie Gross
Martin Hipsh
Irwin Kotelov
Sarah Ozar
Harry Puritz
Maurice Shoffman
Esther Szajnfeld
Milton L. Tate
Anna Weitzman
14 Kislev-Nov. 26
Clara Brand
Abraham Clayman
Mary Davidner
Marlene Gasser
Charles Hipsh
Joe Levin
Sarah Linsitz
Ike Miller
Joe Pack
Harold V. Pells
May Shapiro
Isadore Vile
Julius Windmuller
15 Kislev-Nov. 27
Anna Bodker
David Fleider
Shirley Fredman
Hyman Gordon
Mary Kaufman
Harry Ommerman
Freda Malka Polokoff
Heidi Howard-Reicher
Mary Freidel Shanberg
Isadore Sorkin
Morton Sunshine
Rachel Waldman
16 Kislev-Nov. 28
Joe Barash
Elaine Davidson
Rose Deitchman
Rachel Fogel
Clara Gershon
Muriel Glazer
Louis E. Goldstein
Louis E Goldstein
David Gorman
Jack I. Lerner
Jack J. Margolis
Manuel Present
Harry Schere
Paul Shapiro
Ethel Smolinsky
17 Kislev-Nov. 29
Rosalie Bronfman
Fannie Cohen
Rose Frischer
Elza Hermanson
Joe S. Hoffman
Joe S Hoffman
Samuel Minor
Myer Pearlman
Ethel Tabolsky
Fanny Tager
Eva Tulchinsky
18 Kislev-Nov. 30
Morris Alpern
Helen Baum
Dorothy Bodker
Philip Gerson
Jacob Greenberg
Nathan George Jagoda
Frank Kaminsky
Bertha Katz
Wolf Kowalsky
Jacob Lipsky
Harry Oppenheimer
David Rothberg
Mary Shopmaker
Hyman Tempofsky
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Todah Rabbah!
Ada Hoffman
Camp Ramah
Scholarship
Fund
Jeannette Capito
Byron Capito
Joseph Carr
Carol Kusnetzky
Sharyn Cohen
In Memory Of
Yoni & Gina Cohen
Shelley Foster Gurin Lucille Ellis
Gary & Debby Cortés Howard Ellis
Gussie Ellis
Johanna Strass
Charlotte Kessler
Evelyn Lowenthal
Joan Finestone
Benjamin
Linda Finestone
Ryweck Torah Maxine Freedman
Elliott & Katharine
Fund
Hollub
In Honor Of
Rabbi Alan Cohen's Joseph Fried
Harvey Fried
BD
Marvin Gibian
Maxine Grossman's
Martha Hoffman
BD
Elliott & Katharine
Alan & Janet Salle's
Hollub
Ann.
Rose Goldstein
Joan March
Marvin & Adelle
In Memory Of
Goldstein
Aleck Bratt
Dr. Bela Gondos
Marvin Gibian
David & Judy Jacobs
Joan March
Lee Greenberg
Dina Salle
Ronald Greenberg
Susan Zale
Louis Hammer
General Fund Serena Hammer
Hanan & Natalie
In Appreciation Of
Hammer
Beth Shalom Staff
Paul & Esther Jaben
& Congregants
Helen Luben
Eric Saidel
Louis Jacobs
In Honor Of
Sidney & Rose Carr
Mike & Renana
Helen Kars
Abrams’ Ann.
Larry Kars
Neil & Blanche
Max Levine
Sosland
Sam & Danielle
Edward & Rickie
Levine
Haith's Aaliyot
Mary Malcy
Edward & Rickie
Arthur & Donna
Haith
Malcy
Andrew Jacobson
Sam Sander
& Maren Schwartz's Shirley Sander
Wedding
Lou Sandler
Myron & Naomi
Bettye Balkin
Silverman
Abraham Steinzeig
Stanley Katz's Speedy Hanan Steinzeig
Recovery
Joseph Talbot
Lee & Esther
Allan & Margaret
Pearlmutter
Talbot
Regina Pachter's BD Anne Temple
Michael & Anne
Harriet Fein
Jacobs
Hy Vile
Uri Seiden's BD
Howard Schultz
Pauline Fish
Judy Wasserman
In Memory Of
David & Shelley
Leonard Bettinger
Fishbach
Irene Bettinger
Helen Weinstein
Richard Biederman
Melvin & Elaine
David & Lisa
Glazer
Biederman
Stephanie Hirshfeld
Saul Bitner
Lara Klapper
Shirley Bitner
Joel & Glenna Markus
Linda Sugerman
Al & Barb Winick
Gary Bitner
Harry Winer
Linda Sugerman
Clarence & Alice
David Bodker
Winer
Stanley & Barbara
Bodker
Library Fund
Jean Brockman
In Memory Of
Herbert & Ruth
Dr. Ruben Mitz
Halpern
Melvin & Elaine
Glazer
Rochelle Mitz
Contributions through
October 15, 2015 are listed below.
Thank you for thinking of us.
Frank
Schlozman
Scholarship
Fund
Beverly &
Harvey Bodker
Endowment
In Memory Of
Fund
In Honor Of
Al Beitchman,
Chatan Bereishit
Harvey Bodker
Milisa Flekier,
Chatan Torah
Betsy Bodker
Cemetery
Maintenance
Fund
In Memory Of
Sydney Cerier
Stewart Cerier
Pearl Dulsky
Susan Hammer
Alice Fox
Lewis Goldberg
Geraldine Goldberg
Steve Hammer
Susan Hammer
Ben & Minnie
Solomon
Barney & Alberta
Summers
Sam & Savah
Summers
Cynthia Feldman
Rose Alisky
Herbert Malyn
Michael & Wendy
Malyn
Frank Schlozman
Michael & Wendy
Malyn
Frances Schlozman
Gale & Maxine
Grossman
Religious
School Fund
In Honor Of
Maxine Grossman's
BD
Marian Berkowitz
Arthur & Marlene
Meltzer
In Memory Of
Ida Bass
Martin Bass
Gale Grossman
David & Lynne Bock
Alexander Meltzer
Arthur & Marlene
Meltzer
George B &
Marian Durbin
Prayer Book
Fund
Robert & Cindy
Daniels
Marcia Eveloff
Lechem Fund
Jacob H & Rose In Honor Of
Levine Teacher Barbara Birnbaum's
Speedy Recovery
Development
Robert & Cindy
Fund
Daniels
In Honor Of
Rita Cortes' BD
Peter & Beverly
Newman
Heather Saxe
Marvin & Adelle
Goldstein
In Memory Of
Marvin Gibian
Peter & Beverly
Newman
Judy Krug
In Memory Of
Marvin Gibian
Robert & Cindy
Daniels
Jerry Klopper
Judy Krug
Meyer Krug
Ida Krug
Noreen Greenberg
Theresa Marshock
Marshall & Hope
Talbot
Arnold Parnes
Sam Sander
Jeffrey & Linda Sander
Helen Weinstein
Anne Bratt
Romotsky,
Price, Cortes
Genetic Testing
Fund
In Honor Of
Uri Seiden's BD
Gary & Debby Cortes
In Memory Of
Myer Romotsky
Gary & Debby Cortes
Rose Family
Early Childhood
Education
Center
In Honor Of
Victoria Kroll
Herb & Bonnie
In Honor Of
Buchbinder
Rita Cortes' BD
In Memory Of
Edward & Rachel
Gibian
Goldstein
Meyer J. Pachter Marvin
David & Rosalyn
Video Library
Kaiser Family
Burnstein
Cheryl Kirke
Bar/Bat Mitzvah In Honor Of
Tutoring Fund Regina Pachter's BD Lawrence Kirke
Mark & Roni Beshears
In Honor Of
Rose S Levine
Noreen Greenberg
Rita Cortes' BD
& Doris L
Naman, Pollack,
Arthur & Diane
Flam Arts &
Federman
Block Youth
Joel Polsky
USY Fund
KCUSY Fund
Fund
Education Fund
In Memory Of
In Honor Of
In Memory Of
Herman Klausner
Dave & Jean
Barbara Birnbaum's Toma Klausner
Alice Fox
Brockman
Speedy
Recovery
John Goldberg
Edwin Levine
Scholarship
Stanley Katz's Speedy Tiberius & Carla
& Marla Brockman
In Honor Of
Fund
Recovery
Kiddush Fund Randall & Elyse Block Klausner
Milisa Flekier,
In Memory Of
Chatan Torah
Ruby Fleider
In Honor Of
In Memory Of
Jean Brockman
Regina Pachter's BD Al Beitchman,
Jay Pollack
Choir & Music
Richard & Charlotte
Jeffrey & Carol Katz
Chatan Bereishit
Robert & Bette
Brockman
Fund
Milisa Flekier,
Grossman
In
Memory
Of
Gershon
Hadas
Dr. David Ellis
Chatan Torah
Arthur & Cynthia
Ben Shapiro
Scholarship
Memorial
Harold Kaseff & Rhea Liebenthal
Howard Shapiro
Fund
Salasche
Breakfast Club
Rabbi
Stanley
Katz's
Speedy
In
Memory
Of
Shirley &
Fund
Glickman's
Recovery
Helen Weinstein
Albert Goller
In Memory Of
Regina Pachter's BD
Harriett Charno
Discretionary
Camp Ramah
David Ellis
Neal & Elaine Singer
Fund
Cynthia Ellis
Scholarship
Hanan Wedlan Sarah Zionts
In Appreciation Of
Susan Puritz
Fund
Family Fund
Erwin & Phyllis
Rabbi David
Carl Puritz
In Memory Of
Abrams
In Memory Of
Glickman
Albert Goller
Harry Kaufman
Eugene &
Louis & Anna Susan Hammer
Samuel & Roberta
Shirley Novorr Judy Budz
In Honor Of
Grossman
Goller
Tots for Torah Dolores Wedlan
Birth
of
Zoey
Nursery School
Reva Kaufman
Caroline
Finnigan
Stein Family
Fund
Judy Budz
Fund
Alexander & Peggy
Youth Fund
In Memory Of
Mary Ann Mour
In Memory Of
Davis
Marvin Gibian
In Memory Of
Richard Mour
Gale Grossman
Maxine Grossman's
Shirley Novorr
Jack Bohm
Elizabeth Wedlan
Arthur & Marlene
BD
Elizabeth Bohm
Ida Wedlan
Meltzer
Florence &
Anne Bratt
Dolores
Wedlan
Sylvan Siegler
Meyer A Kaplan
Kurt & Stephanie
Mallin
Kavanaugh's Ann.
Hazzan
Scholarship
Sukkot Festival
Childhood
Sandra Aaron
Ben‑Yehuda's
Fund For Jewish
Fund
Enrichment
In Memory Of
Discretionary
Camping
In Honor Of
Fund
Stanley Kalender
Mr. & Mrs. David
Fund
In Memory Of
In Memory Of
Lawrence
&
Phyllis
Hermanson's Ann.
Bernard Siegler
In Honor Of
Juda Gilgus
Kalender
Florence Kaplan
Merna Siegler
Sara Saidel's
Morris Rosenberg
Irving Marder
Bat Mitzvah
Larry & Beverly
Henry & Betty Marder
Dahlia Berger
Mallin
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Sisterhood Gift Shop
er
Custom on
ciati
Appre
Sale
It is time for the Sisterhood Gift Shop Customer Appreciation sale, November 1- 22. The majority of items in the
shop have been reduced 25%, while some have been reduced 50%. Exclusions include: Talit, Klafim (parchments),
memorial and Shabbat candles and Kipot by Wanda. Whether
you have been wanting a new Kiddush cup or been admiring
some of our fantastic jewelry, we have what you want on SALE!
Buy now and take care of your Hanukkah shopping. Hurry in
before the items you want are gone.
2015 Senior Class of Eagle Scouts
Committee Jam on Sunday, November 8
Troop 61 recently celebrated the 2015 Senior Class of
9:15 am Continental Breakfast
Eagles from Troop 61 before they left for College.
9:30 am Meet our Committee
Chairs and Committee Members
Volunteer, join a committee, meet new people. This is a
great opportunity to stay involved in our synagogue.
Bring your skills to the
table, learn new ones and maybe someday become a leader.
Sisterhood Book Club Meets December 16
Sisterhood Book Club will meet on
Wednesday, December 16 at 1:30 pm at the
home of Nata Scharf (Note: time change). A
discussion of The Ice Cream Queen of Orchard
Street by Susan Jane Gilman will take place.
For more details or to attend, contact Linda
Lessner at 913-897-0122 or [email protected]
Torah Fund Chayei Olam Alert
Torah Fund pins are available for pick up
in the Sisterhood Gift Shop for those who
have made a chayei olam or above pledge.
Pictured are Steven Kohn, Past Scoutmaster, Sam Kohn, Eli Kahn, Josh
Hurst, Jacob Flekier, Yale Winston, and Brian Bell, Current Scoutmaster.
Torah Stand Update
The remaining new Torah Stand that was used on the
High Holidays at the Jewish Community Center has been
donated by Harold Kaseff & Rhea Salasche, Michael &
Laurel Rogovein and Bernard & Ella Ullman. The other
Torah Stands have been donated by Joan March and the
Library Minyan.
Tot Shabbat & Shabbat Kids' Club
Tot Shabbat and Shabbat Kids Club will meet November 21. Join us
for a fun-filled Shabbat with songs, prayers, and a story. Prior to services
there will be a snack for both groups near room 111. Then Tot Shabbat
meets in room 111-112 and Kids Club meets in room 114. Would you
like to sponsor an upcoming Kids Kiddush? Tot Shabbat and Shabbat Kids Club still have months available this year for sponsorship!
Contact Baree Nottberg at [email protected] or Shira Zigler
at [email protected] This program is underwritten by the
Eugene and Shirley Novorr Tots for Torah Fund.
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Congregational-Wide Events - See each department for their activities
Sunday
Monday
1
Daylight Savings
Time Ends
Tuesday
2
Wednesday
3
Thursday
4
Friday
5
Peltzman Class
Saturday
6
Friday Night Lights
4:54
19 Cheshvan
School
Committee Mtg.
9:30 am
8
20 Cheshvan
9
21 Cheshvan
Bams for Mams
PRS 1st Grade
Field Trip to the
Food Pantry
26 Cheshvan
10
10:30 am- 2:30 pm
15
27 Cheshvan
16
28 Cheshvan
17
22 Cheshvan
Veteran's Day
11
18
22
23
5 Kislev
Board of
Directors Meeting
24
6 Kislev
25
Offices Close
at 3:00 pm
No PRS
PrayerWorks
10 Kislev
29
30 Cheshvan
19
Peltzman Class
4 Kislev
11 Kislev
30
12 Kislev
13
13 Kislev
7 Kislev
Thanksgiving
26
Offices Closed
Morning Minyan
8:00 am
14
Torah Fund
Shabbat
5:47
4:45
1 Kislev
Candle
Lighting
20
No RFECEC,
Parent - Teacher
Conferences
4:43
8 Kislev
Candle
Lighting
27
2 Kislev
Parashat
Hashavua
2015 Kinnus
Anniversary
Shabbat
9 Kislev
15 Kislev
21
5:43
Havdalah
Shavuah
Tov!
28
2015 Kinnus
5:39
4:40
Candle
Lighting
Havdalah
Shavuah
Tov!
Tot Shabbat
& Shabbat Kids' Club
Offices Closed
2015 Kinnus
14 Kislev
5:53
Havdalah
Shavuah
Tov!
25 Cheshvan
Birthday Shabbat
Peltzman Class
Roller Skating Party
for Grades K-12
3 Kislev
12
24 Cheshvan
Candle
Lighting
Safe Home
Warm Up
America!
29 Cheshvan
23 Cheshvan
7
16 Kislev
Havdalah
Shavuah
Tov!
No PRS
2015
Kinnus
17 Kislev
18 Kislev
Candle Lighting Blessing
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Barukh ata Adonai Eloheinu melekh ha'olam, asher kiddeshanu b'mitzvotav vetzivanu lehadlik ner shel Shabbat.
November Service Schedule
Weekdays
Minchah:
Sunday-Thursday
6 pm
Shacharit:
Monday-Friday
7 am
Please Note:
Services on 11/27
will be at 8:00 am
at Village Shalom.
Shabbat CBS
Kabbalat Shabbat: Friday
Main Service: Saturday
Library Minyan: Saturday
Minchah:
November 7
Minchah:
November 14
Minchah:
November 21
Minchah:
November 28
Shacharit: Sunday
6:00 pm
9:30 am
9:30 am
4:54 pm
4:45 pm
4:43 pm
4:40 pm
8:00 am
Shabbat Services and Sunday morning Shacharit will be held at CBS, 14200 Lamar.
Weekday Minyan will be held at Appleman Synagogue, Village Shalom, 5500 W. 123rd St.
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Congregation Beth Shalom
14200 Lamar • Overland Park, KS 66223
www.bethshalomkc.org
Office: 913-647-7279 • Fax: 913-647-7277
David M. Glickman, Senior Rabbi
Hazzan Tahl Ben-Yehuda,
Director of Congregational Learning
Elaine Levine, Executive Director
Alan L. Cohen, Rabbi Emeritus
Judy Jacks Berman, Director, RFEC
Norman Kahn, Jr. MD President
Bev Newman, Scroll Editor
Dahlia Berger, Scroll Design
Denim & Diamonds
December 5
No RFECEC
December 21- January 1
Hanukkah
December 7-14
Offices Close at Noon
December 24 & 31
Downtown Talmud Jam
December 9
SH Annual "Nite at the Movies"
December 24
Summer Hours:
No PRS
December 20 - January 5
Mt. Carmel Cemetery
Scroll Deadline:
November 2 for December
Sisterhood
Looking Ahead:
Gift Shop Hours:
Congregation Beth Shalom, an egalitarian Conservative synagogue,
is a welcoming community of individuals from diverse backgrounds,
strengthening connections with God, Torah and the Jewish people
through communal commitment to prayer, study and acts of loving kindness.
Office
Hours:
The Congregation Beth Shalom
Scroll (USPS531-420) is
published monthly by
Congregation Beth Shalom,
14200 Lamar Ave., Overland
Park, KS 66223. Annual
Subscription $24.00. Periodical
Postage Paid in Kansas City, MO.
DATED MATERIAL
POSTMASTER: Send address
changes to CONGREGATION
BETH SHALOM SCROLL,
14200 Lamar, Overland Park,
KS 66223. Scroll Deadline: The
1st of the previous month. Submit
articles to the Administrative office
before the deadline.
Monday - Thursday
8:30 am-5 pm
Friday
8:30 am-3 pm
Closed on Federal Holidays
Monday, Wednesday
Tuesday,Thursday
Saturday
Friday & Sunday
National Holidays
8 am - 5 pm
Closed
Closed
8 am - 4 pm
9 am - 4 pm
Exceptions: Thanksgiving,
New Year’s Day & Christmas Day
Jewish Holidays
Phone: 816-398-9290
Closed
Monday-Wed.
10 am-2:30 pm
Thursday
10 am - 1 pm
Friday
10 am - 12 pm
Sunday 9:30-12 pm PRS Days Only
Other Hours by Appointment Only
913-647-7298
Baked Maple Teriyaki Chicken
Ingredients:
1/4 cup cider vinegar
1/4 cup maple syrup
1/4 cup low-sodium soy sauce
1 TBSP toasted sesame oil
1 tspn ground ginger
1 tspn garlic powder (not salt)
1 tspn ground pepper
1 lb skinless, boneless chicken
Directions:
Mix the above ingredients together to form a marinade.
(Tip: freeze raw chicken in the marinade, then thaw portion to cook. If marinating raw chicken to cook that day, let it sit in the refrigerator for at least two hours.)
Preheat oven to 350º. Place chicken and marinade in a baking dish. Cook for 20 minutes, turn chicken, then cook
for 10 to 15 more until done, depending on thickness.
You can also grill as whole pieces or on skewers.
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