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June / July - Kehilath Israel Synagogue
KEHILATH ISRAEL’S
Vol. 50, Issue 6/7
June-July, 2014
A rabbi, a cantor, and a synagogue president
were driving to a seminar when they were
kidnapped. The hijackers asked the three of them
to hand over all of their money and jewelry. When
they replied that they hadn’t any, the hijackers
told them that immediately after their last wishes
were fulfilled, they would be killed. “My last
wish,” began the rabbi, is to give a fascinating,
complicated, long sermon that I have always wanted to but never
been allowed to give.” “We will grant your wish,” the hijackers
replied. “My last wish,” said the cantor, “is to sing a beautiful,
Yemenite style song, one of my own compositions lasting two
hours. I have never been allowed to sing it.” “We’ll let you sing
it,” replied the hijackers. “What is your last wish,” the hijackers
asked the shul president. “Please, please shoot me now!”
Synagogues throughout the world are struggling to meet the
challenge to provide for the spiritual needs of today’s Jewish
individuals. If you are familiar with the famous Pew report,
being Jewish to most Jewish Americans means remembering
the Holocaust, leading an ethical/moral life, working for social
justice, being intellectually curious, caring about Israel and
having a good sense of humor. Being part of a Jewish community
and observing Jewish law was on the bottom of the list. They
find synagogue services boring, rituals leave them unmoved and
perplexed, and wonder, why be Jewish. To add to the challenge,
thirty-four percent of those who identified as Jews said that one
can be Jewish and believe in Jesus.
The good news is that Jewish people are the most avid seekers
of spirituality. However, many who grew up in synagogues did
not find what they were looking for. Over the last several decades,
many synagogues have resorted to “dumbing down” Judaism in
the hope that if Judaism was made easier for people, more people
would join. This concept proved dead wrong. As a matter of
fact, most Jewish people are looking for something authentic
and serious, something real and something Americanism can’t
provide. They want answers to life’s questions: Who am I? Why
am I here? How then shall I live? Those are the questions for
which we need faith to answer.
As a shul and as a community, we must become a home to
spiritual seekers. In order to accomplish this we must decide what
we are here for, what younger Jewish individuals and families
are looking for and how Kehilath Israel Synagogue can help
people on their spiritual journey. There are no easy answers and
will certainly require thinking “outside of the box.”
I look forward to taking that journey with you and making it
a reality.
Rabbi Jeffrey A. Shron
Sivan-Tammuz-Av 5774
Dear KI Congregational Family,
I hope this issue of the Focal Point finds
everyone well. Summer is fast approaching and
it looks to be a busy spring and summer season
here at K.I.
Rabbi Shron has some fun Shabbat evenings
planned for our outdoor space in back of K.I.
with catered meals which I know will be a good time for all
who attend, and I hope that is all of us. There will be some fun
programming in the months to come so please watch for them,
consider volunteering for them and most of all attend.
We will be doing a Mitzvah Day which is always a very rewarding way to spend the day helping those less fortunate than
ourselves.
The K.I. officers and board are working to go through a list
of committees dating back to the 1980s and decide which are
pertinent to K.I. today. We will then have our officers picking the
committee chairs who will then work to seat their committees.
When someone asks you to participate in a committee please
take part. Synagogues as well as other organizations work far
better when those in the organization take an active role in helping move the group forward in a positive manner. This includes
helping on committees whose work it is to guide, plan, organize,
program and enhance a particular area of K.I. You might even
pick a committee that is a particular area interest to you and approach the officer or chairperson in charge and volunteer. We
will soon have a list that outlines the committee, chairperson
and the officer liaison to make it easier for you to make contact.
K.I. cannot make positive strides forward if we all don’t pitch
in. Committee membership is a perfect way to do your part to
help K.I. accomplish great things.
Briefly, I will update you on some projects we are already
working on. We have identified a firm to do our financial review
and will be moving forward with that project soon.
The new K.I. website is very close to a go live date and it
promises to be a hit. It will have terrific interactivity, ease of
use, simple navigation and very orderly. I am really looking
forward to its arrival.
The K.I. Golf Tournament will be another resounding success and has become K.I.’s second largest fundraiser. Thank
you to Amy Goldstein, Alan Gallas and their wonderful team
of volunteers!
In future issues I will be asking other K.I. officers to write for
the Focal Point; I know they will be well received. Please have a
fun and safe summer, and I hope to see you all at K.I. very soon!
All the best,
Craig Caplan, Presiden
SHABBAT SERVICES
FRIDAY, JUNE 6
Kabbalat Shabbat.........................6:55 P.M.
Candlelighting*............................8:24 P.M.
SATURDAY, JUNE 7
CHAI ANNIVERSARY KIDDUSH
Morning Services........................9:00 A.M.
Mincha..........................................8:05 P.M.
Havdalah......................................9:21 P.M.
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FRIDAY, JUNE 13
Kabbalat Shabbat..........................7:00 P.M.
Candlelighting*............................8:27 P.M.
SATURDAY, JUNE 14
HONORING KHATSKEL
SHVARTSBLAT’S 90th BIRTHDAY
Morning Services..........................9:00 A.M.
Mincha.........................................8:10 P.M.
Havdalah......................................9:26 P.M.
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FRIDAY, JUNE 20
Kabbalat Shabbat..........................7:00 P.M.
Candlelighting*.............................8:29 P.M.
SATURDAY, JUNE 21
BLESSING OF THE NEW MONTH
TAMMUZ
bat mitzvah of
marcelle kadosh
Morning Services..........................9:00 A.M.
Mincha..........................................8:15 P.M.
Havdalah......................................9:28 P.M.
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FRIDAY, June 27
Kabbalat Shabbat..........................7:00 P.M.
Candlelighting*.............................8:30 P.M.
SATURDAY, JUNE 28
Morning Services.........................9:00 A.M.
Mincha..........................................8:15 P.M.
Havdalah......................................9:28 P.M.
FRIDAY, JULY 4
Kabbalat Shabbat.........................7:00 P.M.
Candlelighting*.............................8:30 P.M.
SATURDAY, JULY 5
AUFRUF OF BRAD DAVIDSON AND
MEL MALLIN’S 90th BIRTHDAY
Morning Services..........................9:00 A.M.
Mincha...........................................8:10 P.M.
Havdalah.......................................9:26 P.M.
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FRIDAY, JULY 11
Kabbalat Shabbat..........................7:00 P.M.
Candlelighting*.............................8:27 P.M.
SATURDAY, JULY 12
CHAI ANNIVERSARY KIDDUSH
Morning Services..........................9:00 A.M.
Mincha...........................................8:10 P.M.
Havdalah.......................................9:24 P.M.
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FRIDAY, JULY 18
Kabbalat Shabbat..........................7:00 P.M.
Candlelighting*.............................8:24 P.M.
SATURDAY, JULY 19
Morning Service............................9:00 A.M.
Mincha...........................................8:05 P.M.
Havdalah.......................................9:19 P.M.
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FRIDAY, JULY 25
Kabbalat Shabbat..........................6:00 P.M.
Candlelighting*.............................8:18 P.M.
SATURDAY, JULY 26
BLESSING OF THE NEW MONTH AV
Morning Service...........................9:00 A.M.
Mincha...........................................8:00 P.M.
Havdalah.......................................9:13 P.M.
*NO LATER THAN THESE TIMES
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TISHA B’AV
MONday, AUGUST 4
TUESday, AUGUST 5
Mincha......................7:25 p.m.
Shacharit.................7:00 a.m
The fast begins at.......8:27 p.m.
including selections of Kinot
Readings from the Book
Mincha...................6:45 p.m.
of Lamentations........
(Tallit and T’fillin are worn)
The fast will conclude at.........9:02 p.m.
Tisha B’Av (the ninth day of the Jewish month of Av) is a day of mourning during
which Jews fast and bewail the destruction of the Temple and Jerusalem. Along with
Yom Kippur, it is the only full day fast on our calendar. This fact alone should impress
upon us the importance that is placed on the observance of this day for all Jews. The
preceding period, known as the “three weeks” that began with the Fast of Tammuz on
Tuesday, July 15, is considered to be the saddest time in the Jewish calendar when all
evidence of joy disappears until the conclusion of Tisha B’Av.
Since World War II, many Jews have chosen Tisha B’Av as the day to commemorate
the (Yahrzeit) loss of those family members who were killed by the Nazis and their
associates on dates that are unknown. The Talmud states that G-d decreed this particular
day as a day of woe and misfortune in the very beginning of Jewish history. According
to this interpretation, the ninth of Av was the day when the Jews in the desert of Sinai
bewailed their lot when the spies brought back bad tidings from Canaan (Parshat
Shelach). So G-d declared: “You cried without cause; I will, therefore, make this an
eternal day of mourning for you.” And it was then that the decree was ordered for the
destruction of the Temple, and the scattering of the Jews amongst the peoples of the
earth.
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Tuesday, June 3 - 5 Sivan
Erev Shavuot
Mincha and Yom Tov Maariv
8:15 p.m.
Wednesday, June 4 - 6 Sivan
First Day of Shavuot
Sunrise Shacharit 5:00 a.m.
Festival Service 9:00 a.m.
The Ten Commandments
Exodus 19:1-20:23
Kiddush Following Service
Mincha and Yom Tov Maariv
7:00 p.m.
Thursday, June 5 - 7 Sivan
Second Day of Shavuot
Festival Service 9:00 a.m.
Megillat Ruth
Rabbi Tovia Singer
will address the congregation
(Yizkor will be recited)
Mincha 8:30 p.m.
Havdalah 9:20 p.m.
Candlelighting for Shavuot
Tuesday, June 3 - 8:22 p.m.
*Wednesday, June 4 - 9:19 p.m.
*No earlier than.
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FAST OF TAMMUZ
(17th of TAMMUZ)
TUESday, JuLY 15
Fast begins at ..............4:27 a.m.
Shacharit.....................7:00 a.m.
Mincha and Maariv.....7:00 p.m.
Fast will conclude at.....9:21 p.m.
The historical mourning period for
the destruction of the Temple begins
with the 17th of Tammuz, when the wall
to Jerusalem was broken through, and
ends with the capture of the city and
the razing of the Temple on Tisha B’Av,
the 9th of Av, three weeks later which is
August 5 this year.
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BAT MITZVAH
SATURDAY MORNING
JUNE 21, 2014
OUR GRADUATES
Marcelle Lynn Kadosh
Julie and Ronen Kadosh are proud to announce the Bat
Mitzvah of their daughter, Marcelle Lynn on Saturday, June
21, at 9:00 a.m. in the Rabbi Maurice D. Solomon Sanctuary.
She is the grandaughter of the late Helen Fox Guckenheimer
and Dan Guckenheimer of Overland Park and Mymon and
Fefeen Kadosh of Haifa, Israel.
Marcelle is a seventh grader at Blue Valley Middle School.
She loves to play soccer, sings in her school choir and enjoys
being a part of the school plays and musicals. She likes being
a leader at Girl Scout summer camp. She has a passion for
animals and raised money for the local SPCA (Society for the
Prevention of Cruelty to Animals).
Marcelle is grateful to her family, friends and community
for their support at this important time in her life.
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MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY CHANGES
Alan & Jackye Goldberg.....
6601 W. 100th Street
Overland Park, KS 66212
At the time that the Focal Point went to press
these are the K.I. students’ names that we know
of who graduated this year. We wish them and
all others a mazal tov on their endeavors!
Ariella Davidson graduated from Shawnee Mission South.
Alyssa Gatewood graduated from Shawnee Mission East
High School and will be attending JCCC.
Allison Geivett graduated from Midway R-1 High School
and will be attending Pittsburg State University.
Sam Kulikov graduated from Shawnee Mission South High
School and will be attending KU.
Ally Lubowicz graduated from Shawnee Mission West High
School and will be attending Pittsburg State University.
Jacob Margolies graduated from HBHA and will be
attending the University of Michigan.
Blake Sallis graduated from Olathe East High School and
will be attending JCCC.
Ethan Scharf graduated from Blue Valley North and will be
attending KU.
Felicia Sokol graduated from Tisch School of Performing
Arts at NYU.
Hannah Towle graduated from KU with a degree in
Business.
Shayna Towle graduated from HBHA and will attend
Emporia State University.
If we missed your student’s graduation from high school,
college, graduate school or professional school, please let
us know. We would like to include it in our August Focal
Point. Let us know the school from which your student
graduated and degree earned. You can email the information
to [email protected]
BAR/BAT MITZVAH CANDIDATES
Do you have a child who will be Bar/Bat Mitzvah age
in 2015 or 2016, if so please contact Rabbi Shron at
913.642.1880 ext. 211 or [email protected] ASAP to
schedule his or her Bar/Bat Mitzvah.
Seth & Lisa Gortenburg.....
3906 W. 141st Drive
Overland Park, KS 66224
913.814.9665
Kevin Skea.....
8422 W. 85th Street
Overland Park, KS 66212
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DEADLINE FOR THE AUGUST EDITION OF
THE FOCAL POINT IS FRIDAY, JULY 9. WE
APPRECIATE YOUR COOPERATION.
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A selfie of Rabbi Shron with renowned Jewish singer, Sam Glaser,
at Lag b’Omer concert at Gezer Park on Sunday, May 18.
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JUNE
ANNIVERSARIES
CONGREGANTS’ JUNE & JULY BIRTHDAYS
We want to wish a Happy Birthday to all of the following congregants who are
celebrating their birthdays:
1 Natalie & Dr. Donald Cohen (39)
5 Eleanor & Alexander Belingloph (59)
JUNE: C. Barnett Alport, Clara Levine, Stanley Martasin, Barbara Steinberg,
Sander Glatt, Peter Levi, Carolin Knox, Fannie Krashin, Jonathan Margolies, Tibby
6 Judith & David Weinstein (32) Rissien, Barbara Marcus, Maureen Minoofar, Miriam Wajcman, Yalene Kusnetzky.
Bonita & Anton Krutz (15)
7 Dorothy & Herman Mondschein (66) Norbert Lipschuetz, Sam Devinki, Reuben Stern, Mark Kuluva, Micah Margolies,
Sherrill Rosenstock, Genrikh Kokman, David Marcus, Khatskel Shvartsblat,
Ruth & Ben-Zion Rosenblum (49)
Barbara Goodbinder, Roza Kazakova, Adelle Matzdorff, Rabbi Jeffrey Shron,
Gloria & Neil Planzer (8)
Nadine Braverman, Charlene Goodbinder, Charles Goodbinder, Scott Levin, Ari
9 Carol & Arnold Caviar (46)
Lubowicz, Blanche Adelman, William Schlozman, A. Robert Gast, Joyce Koch,
Linda Silver & A. Robert Gast (11)
Ralph Matzdorff, Karen Schwartz, Cheryl Silverman, Deanna Martasin, Radyne
Rose Lee & Eugene Weisberger (51)
Cohn, Yury Portnoy.
10 13 14 Felicia & Seymour Weiner (58)
JULY: Samuel Gutovitz, Gary Levin, Heather Oliver, Muriel Soloff, Robert
Ruth & Dr. William Nowack (35)
Ginsberg, Ileen Neufeld, Richard Silberg, Cheryl Lester, Arkadiy Kats, Mary
Dr. Jessica & Adam Rich (10)
Eaglstun, Frank Stein, Debra Adamous, Steve Chick, Howard Jacobson, Gerald
Patsy & Arnold Probin (43)
Klopper, Mel Mallin, Edward Rosen, Shari Sokol, Betty Mittelman, Steven
Susan & Robert Katz (22)
Kingston, Janice LaPine, Eugene Weisberger, Eunice Snitz, Cory Caviar, Melissa
16 Ruth & Allan Bell (51)
Goldenberg, Jocelyn Dufield, Leslee Friedman, Edward Blend, Sammie Gottlieb,
Eunice & Sheldon Snitz (51)
Isaac Chopp, Seymour Krinsky, Jean Parelman, Douglas Zolotor, Edward Molotsky,
18 Susan & Bruce Winston (25)
Rita Myer, David Weinstein, Geoffrey Goldman, Edward Tranin, Todd Stettner,
Arlene & Michael Abrams (14)
Stephen Cline, Lowell Fletcher, Elliott Goldstein, David Kanter, Betty Caplan,
19 Marcia & Dr. Arnold Tropp (42)
Judith Chaiken, Olga Dreyer, Jessica Gallas, Zelma Saltzman, Jennifer Fletcher,
21 Rosalyn & Howard Jacobson (50)
Peyton Sher.
Rachel & Josh Tucker (6)
24 Carole & Joseph Schifman (35)
JUNE/JULY YOUTH BIRTHDAYS
25 Dr. Lisa & Dr. Sander Glatt (40)
JUNE: Penina DeLuca, Alessandra Lubowicz, Abraham Brudoley, Grace Agron,
Brody Kadosh, Sam Lubowicz, Sara Mandl, Marcelle Kadosh, Jacob Goldstein,
Diane & Abraham Rozenberg (42)
Nathan Fink,
27 Karen & James Lesky (43)
28 Svetlana & Dmitry Kapustin (29) JULY: Ethan Scharf, Madison Macek, Lucy Mandl, Shoshana Margolies, Leena
Clark, Mary Waxman, Alyssa Gatewood, Rochelle Adamous, Elana Goldenberg.
Susan & Charles Choucroun (34)
THE FOCAL POINT OF
KEHILATH ISRAEL SYNAGOGUE
JULY ANNIVERSARIES
1 Idie & Herbert Parmet (45)
2 Marsha & Seymour Krinsky (16)
Adelle & Ralph Matzdorff (23)
3 Sharon & Gary Levin (48)
5 Amy & Edward Tranin (27)
8 Ileen & Dr. Ira Neufeld (35)
9 Clarice & Henry Epstein (47)
13 Deborah & Michael Stone (11)
14 Roberta & Dr. Larry Rosen (40)
24 Debby & William Schlozman (31)
26 Cynthia & Phillip Kusnetzky (50)
28 Sandra & Marvin Romer (23)
Missy & Jeffrey Goldenberg (18)
31 Sharon & Geoffrey Friedman (37)
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(913) 642-1880 FAX: (913) 642-7332
RABBI JEFFREY A. SHRON
Senior Rabbi
ELIZABETH PEDEN
Executive Director
GEVURA DAVIS
Director, K.I. Fred Devinki Eitz Chaim Religious School
ALLEGRA SHANBERG, Editor
CRAIG CAPLAN, President
RABBI HERBERT J. MANDL, PH.D.
Rabbi Emeritus
SAM DEVINKI,
Honorary President for Life
The Focal Point (U.S.P.S. 292-040) is published monthly except the June/July issue by The Kehilath Israel Synagogue, 10501
Conser St., Shawnee Mission, KS 66212-2643. Periodical postage paid at Shawnee Mission , KS
POSTMASTER: Send address changes to The Focal Point, c/o Kehilath Israel Synagogue, 10501 Conser St., S.M. KS 66212-2643
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CUB SCOUT PACK 3153
The congregation expresses sincere wishes for a speedy
recovery to Alan Goldberg and to all other members of the
congregation and community who have been ill or hospitalized.
...to Shelley and Aaron Rissien on the engagement of their son,
Matt to Brittany Silberman.
...to Randi and Larry Haith on the recent wedding of their
son, Ben Conley to Janina Greisel.
...to Betty Price on the recent Bar Mitzvah of her greatgrandson, Isaiah Krigel, son of Shanti and Eliyahu Krigel of
Tulsa, OK.
...to Shirley Rose on the recent Bar Mitzvah of her greatgrandson, Jack Small, son of Lisa and David Small.
...to Irene Dreiseszun on the birth of a great-granddaughter,
Liv Maxwell Fisher, daughter of Erica and Evan Fisher.
...to Shirley Levine on the birth of a great-granddaughter,
Miriam Shoshana Liggett, daughter of Liora and Josh Liggett
of Israel.
With our May 22nd Pack meeting last month,
Cub Scout Pack 3153 has completed its 25th
year of providing the Cub Scout program to
the Jewish community since being founded
and sponsored by Kehilath Israel Synagogue in
1988. A “transition ceremony” was held moving
the boys up one grade level in their program. Now the summer
programming begins with camp programs and planned “Summertime Pack Activities.”
Camp Programs include Cub Scout Day Camp (coordinated by
Elly Goldstein, Cubmaster), Overnight “Bear” Resident Camp for
boys going into 3rd grade in the fall (lead by Brian Balanoff and
Aaron Tarjan), and Overnight “Webelos” Resident Camp for boys
beginning 4th and 5th grades in the fall (lead By Brad Klinock and
Richard Jacobson). Overnight/Resident Camping programs are
held at the Theodore Naish Scout Reservation in Bonner Springs. As
has been the case since the Pack’s inception, the additional expense
incurred in order to provide kosher meals is generously subsidized
by the K.I. Men’s Club.
We are anticipating substantial growth (to 40+ boys) within the
Pack this coming year, as the “incoming” class of current kindergarteners is substantial. We have held a “Spring Recruitment” to
introduce the programming, and will do a “Fall Recruitment” in
late August or early September. The first “special event” will be
the Sukkah “Camp-in” on Chol Hamoed Sukkot, October 11, in the
K.I. Sukkah.
Cub Scout Pack 3153 is open to all boys who will be entering the
1st through 5th grades this fall from throughout both the Jewish
and general communities. The program is Shabbat and holiday
observant and maintains kashrut at all functions. If you (or your
friends) have sons, grandsons, nephews, etc. in this age range, this is
*THE* activity to look into! For further information regarding Cub
Scout Pack 3153, please do not hesitate to contact Elly Goldstein
913.544.2354/[email protected]), or Ted Goldstein,
Pack Committee Chair 913.271.6798/[email protected]
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...to our capable and reliable office volunteers who assist in so
many ways: Eunice and Sheldon Snitz Isabelle Gallas. We
greatly appreciate their efforts on our behalf.
...to Linda Silver for preparing May’s Chai Anniversary
Kiddush.
Bagels & Book Discussion
Sunday, June 1st, 10:00 am at K.I.
Join us for bagels and a lively discussion.
Speak directly with the author via phone or
teleconference. One Amazon review says,
“The book I was born to read.” RSVP to
Rabbi Cukierkorn at 913.940.1011.
Sponsored by Temple Israel, K.I., and the Midwest Center for
Holocaust Education
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Annual Community-Wide
All Night Shavuot Program
Prayer, Study and Celebration - A Kansas City Tradition
Tuesday, June 3, 2014
Kehilath Israel Synagogue (10501 Conser, Overland Park)
Rabbi Tovia Singer
Dynamic educator, author, powerful radio talk show
host and world renowned public speaker
Rabbi Singer is Director of the counter-missionary organization, Outreach Judaism, an
international organization dedicated to countering the efforts of fundamentalist Christian groups and
cults who specifically target Jews for conversion. Through his stimulating and provocative
appearances, Rabbi Singer has been an inspiration to thousands. He is the author of the book,
“Let’s Get Biblical: Why Doesn’t Judaism Accept the Christian Messiah?”, and a frequent guest on
television and radio shows.
8:15
Mincha Service: Traditional (Rabbi Jeffrey Shron) and Egalitarian (Rabbi Alan Londy)
9:10
Catered Dairy Buffet Dinner including blintzes and cheesecake
10:15 KEYNOTE: RABBI TOVIA SINGER
The Battle for the Jewish Soul! Are the Missionaries Winning?
11:45 Rabbinic Panel “Response to Keynote”
Rabbis Daniel Rockoff, David Glickman and Doug Alpert; moderated by Rabbi Mark Levin
1:30
Study Session with Rabbi Tovia Singer
Let's Get Biblical! How do Missionaries Paint Jesus into the Jewish Scriptures?
3:15
Informal Study Session with Rabbis David Glickman, Rebecca Reice and Beryl Padorr
5:00AMSunrise Service (Traditional and Egalitarian) followed by breakfast
Sponsored by Rabbinical Association of Greater KC, Area Congregations and the
Frank Morgan Fund of Kehilath Israel Synagogue
For information or if attending study programs only: email [email protected] or call 913.327.4622
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------PREPAID DINNER RESERVATIONS REQUIRED. Register online at kcrabbis.org or send to:
Rabbinical Association, 5801 W. 115th, Box 113, Overland Park, KS, 66211 by Wednesday, May
28. Additional cost for reservations received after May 28. NO CHARGE to attend KEYNOTE AND
STUDY SESSIONS.
Name(s) __________________________________________________________________
Phone #_____________________________ Email: ________________________________
Adults attending dinner #[email protected]$15.00 per person = $_______ ($18.00 after May 28)
Students (age 21 and under) #[email protected]$10.00 per person = $ ______
Total amount of check enclosed: $________ (Make checks payable to Rabbinical Association)
15th annual
ALLAN GREENBERG MEMORIAL
KEHILATH ISRAEL SYNAGOGUE
GOLF TOURNAMENT
06.23.2014
GET INVOLVED • SUPPORT KI!
monday,june23,2014 •atoakwoodcountryclub
11 am check-in & lunch • 12:15 pm shotgun start • auction throughout
JOIN US FOR LUNCH 11 am - 1 pm $10 Kosher hamburgers & hot dogs + Sides
Watch for eblast with silent auction brochure - bid on wonderful items.
Text in bids - You can also bid on day of tournament.
Keep checking the website (kisyn.org) for updates.
volunteer – Day of the event. (Call the K.I. office prior to day of tournament.)
participate – Join the fun for lunch, activities and silent auction.
RAFFLE
Buy tickEts
FoR A chAncE to win A
Proceeds benefit KI Scholarship Committee & youth activities of the synagogue
Co-chairs: Amy Goldstein & Alan Gallas
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$1600 smokER!
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Shabbat alfreSco
Fourth Fridays of the month @ 6 pm
June 27 July 25 Aug. 22
Join us in our outdoor chapel at 6 pm for an
interactive, creative Friday night service
followed by a catered picnic and kids’ activities.
Adults: $10/adults
Children 12 & under: Free
Traditional Services Times:
June 27 - 7 pm
July 25 - 6:55 pm
Aug. 22 - See August Focal Point
EvEnts arE graciously undErwrittEn by thE caviar Family Fund For KEhilath israEl
Please clip and return to the K.I. office with your payment. 10501 Conser St., OPKS 66212
ReSeRvatIOnS due One weeK PRIOR tO event.
Name:_______________________________________
Daytime Phone: ________________
Best Email:_________________________
June 27
# Adults @ $10/each_____
# Children under 12 and under (free)_____
July 25
# Adults @ $10/each_____
# Children under 12 and under (free)_____
august 22
# Adults @ $10/each_____
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total Included:_______________
Shabbat
alfreSco
ESRIG-GOULD MEMORIAL ALCOVE
With Reverence We Record the Following Yahrzeits
MEMORIAL TABLETS
3 SIVAN-JUNE 1
MAX STUDNA
SARAH TIVIN
4 SIVAN-JUNE 2
PESSAH ADELMAN
DANIEL GANDAL
RACHEL KESSLER
SOPHIE MNOOKIN
LOUIS PRICE
ARCHIE SOLSKY
GERTRUDE TENENBAUM
5 SIVAN-JUNE 3
EILEEN CHERNOFF
JOSEPH EISBERG
RACHEL EPSTEIN
REITZA GROSSMAN
ROSALIE KARS
SOPHIA KASS
MORRIS KLUTZNICK
ANNA KORT
NELLIE KRASHIN
SARAH KUSNETZKY
SHLOMO LAPIN
BEN LERNER
6 SIVAN-JUNE 4
ABRAHAM AJBERSCHITZ
SHEINDL AJBERSCHITZ
ELIYAHU AJBERSCHITZ
HINDA AJBERSCHITZ
LIBA AJBERSCHITZ
MINDL AJBERSCHITZ
HARRY FEDER
HELEN GORDON
EDITH GULINSON
JAKE LEVIN
FRED LOEB
JOSEPH MARCUS
JAKE STOLOV
LEIBISH WALDMANN
BRACHA WALDMANN
DAVID WALDMANN
ESTHER WALDMANN
MEIR WALDMANN
YAAKOV WALDMANN
YITZCHAK WALDMANN
7 SIVAN-JUNE 5
ABRAHAM BOXER
LOUIS CHEPLOVE
SIGMUND MANDL
ADELA MARKSON
MORRIS RITZ
CHANAH SHAW
CHANA SZYDLOWSKA
8 SIVAN-JUNE 6
HERMAN DUBIN
IDA FEINGOLD
ANNA GLASSMAN
LORA GODLER
SHEINA GOLDMAN
ROSE KESSLER
JOSEPH KRAITCHMAN
GERTRUDE WOLOWSKI
MAX ZALCMAN
9 SIVAN-JUNE 7
ABE BOGASLAVSKY
SARAH GOLDMAN
EARL GOODBINDER
BESSIE HATIH
HENIYA KOCHEROV
HARRY KOLKIN
10
GERTRUDE SLOBOSKY
JACOB TAGER
10 SIVAN-JUNE 8
WOLF BRAILOVE
ISIDORE CHALET
FRANCES DELEVE
CELIA GOLDIN
MANUEL GULINSON
ABRAHAM HALPERN
LOUIS LEVINE
RUTH MOSKOVITZ
REBECCA PARDO
STANLEY SCHIFMAN
11 SIVAN-JUNE 9
TOVA ADAMOUS
SARA BOBROW
CLARA BULAVSKY
JENNIE CUMONOW
LOUIS DOLGENOW
HELEN LERNER
SAM PENER
JACOB ROSENBERG
MAX ROSENBLOOM
ABE SHER
12 SIVAN-JUNE 10
SAM DREISESZUN
JEFFREY EISBERG
CHESTER KAPLAN
ALBERT STRAUSS
13 SIVAN-JUNE 11
DAVID BECKMAN
SAMUEL BOGART
SARAH BROMBERG
ROSE GREENBAUM
BERNICE KOGAN
HELEN MANDELBAUM
PETE ROSEN
JACOB ROSENBERG
ALVIN SHULTZ
14 SIVAN-JUNE 12
MORRIS BASSIN
BERTHA JACOBSON
JAMES JACOBSON
HYMAN JERWICK
SAMUEL STEPONSKY
MARK WEIL
KATE WEISBERGER
15 SIVAN-JUNE 13
EDITH ADELMAN
MOLLIE BELL
YEHUDA HOROWITZ
ANNA KAPLAN
CLAIRE LEVY
16 SIVAN-JUNE 14
DORA CONE
MOLLIE MADLOF
ANNA ROSENFELD
ALBERT STEIN
HARRY WEINER
17 SIVAN-JUNE 15
SARA BARABAN
ELIEZER BOBROV
SAM DANIELS
HELEN FEINGOLD
LEE KROSS
HARRY LADINSKY
CHAIM MALLIN
CHAIM POLLMAN
18 SIVAN-JUNE 16
DOROTHY BLONSKY
MORRIS CAPLAN
MORRIS FEINGOLD
MILTON GLASS
GERTRUDE KLINOCK
DAVID SELTZER
19 SIVAN-JUNE 17
ABRAHAM BETTINGER
SARAH KALLIS
EVA KATZ
MARY KOCHEROV
ETTA KUSHNER
SARAH SHULTZ
JOEL WINSTON
20 SIVAN-JUNE 18
IDA BRONSTEIN
SHEPPERD GOLDIN
LEON KOCHEROV
ISADORE LEVINE
NATHAN RUBINS
SAM WALDMANN
21 SIVAN-JUNE 19
WILBERT GOLDBERG
MORRIS HOROWITZ
RACHEL KATZ
DAVID WACKNOV
22 SIVAN-JUNE 20
MEYER BROWN
LOUIS CARR
ABE EPSTEIN
MOLLIE FISHMAN
MORRIS GLASSMAN
MARJORIE POWELL
JACK SLOBOSKY
23 SIVAN-JUNE 21
BERTHA GLASSMAN
JOSEPH LEVINE
LEAH SALWINSKY
24 SIVAN-JUNE 22
SHEINA BOXER
ADELE KORNREICH
LEO SHAPIRO
25 SIVAN-JUNE 23
SAMUEL DALEN
FLORENCE DROSKIN
GERTRUDE MILOVITZ
HENRY SCHWARTZ
SIESS FAMILY
26 SIVAN-JUNE 24
LEIB BRATMAN
SARAH STEIN
SOLOMON TAYLOR
27 SIVAN-JUNE 25
HARRY DANIELS
DAVID KOFFMAN
CHESTER MONDSCHEIN
JACOB PITTELL
MAYME WEINER
KATIE WENECK
SYLVIA LEVINSON
ROSE RAIZEN
HERTA RUSCHIN
29 SIVAN-JUNE 27
MINNIE GAMPOL
FANNIE GARFINKLE
BETTYE MILDER
BENJAMIN PARNES
JEANETTE PASNIK
30 SIVAN-JUUNE 28
FLORA BECKENSTEIN
SOL KLEVATT
ROSE MEDOFF
CHARLES ROSEN
PHILLIP SWEET
1 TAMMUZ-JUNE 29
MILDRED KASS
MAX SPITCAUFSKY
ZVI WENECK
2 TAMMUZ-JUNE 30
HARRY COHEN
BESSIE GREEN
REVA KAPLAN
BERTHA NARON
MICHAEL NOVORR
MORRIS PFEFER
DAVID ROSEN
MINNIE WEISBEIN
3 TAMMUZ-JULY 1
LOUIS DOLGINOW
MORRIS FLAPAN
ROSE WEXLER
4 TAMMUZ-JULY 2
ISIDOR BLOCK
WILLIAM HIMMELSTEIN
HENRY KOPPEL
5 TAMMUZ-JULY 3
MOSHE COPELAND
MIRIAM DREZNER
HARRY ESRIG
LOUIS GRODSKY
MARY JACOBSON
SARA POLLMAN
BERNARD ROBINSON
HARRY SANDLER
6 TAMMUZ-JULY 4
SIMON AGRON
MORRIS EISBERG
HENRY JEVINSKY
RUTH KRAFT
REVA RAINEN
JAKE RITZ
ABRAHAM RUBIN
MOSES SHOLTZ
ETHEL SILBERMAN
SAMUEL STOFFSKY
ROSE TARABOULOS
28 SIVAN-JUNE 26
ESTHER CHEPLOVE
MENDEL DUBINSKY
BEATRICE EISBERG
ANNA KOFFMAN
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MEMORIAL TABLETS CONTINUED
7 TAMMUZ-JULY 5
DOROTHY KAPLAN
SIGMUND MANDELBAUM
SOLOMON MARGOLIS
MARGIT METZL
HARRY SAGAND
SONIA SKOLER
MEYER TRANIN
PHILIP TURNER
IRVIN WOLOWSKI
8 TAMMUZ-JULY 6
DAVID DROSKIN
HYMAN GOLDFINGER
ALEXANDER MANN
9 TAMMUZ-JULY 7
IRVING COOPER
WILL OSHANSKY
REBECCA SCHULTZ
10 TAMMUZ-JULY 8
S. DAVID BAELLOW
ABRAHAM JABEN
ELAINE KUBEL
BEN KUTLER
ABRAHAM LAPIN
LOU PACK
SAMUEL RUBEN
SALAMON TARABOULOS
LEONARD WACKNOV
11 TAMMUZ-JULY 9
JOE BERKSON
CHAYA GOLDMAN
MAX KLINOCK
AARON LIEBERMAN
ALEXANDER MARGOLIS
SHMUEL SCHULTZ
CELIA STRAF
A.S. VILE
12 TAMMUZ-JULY 10
ESTHER BOLD
HARRY BROWN
ANNA KAPLAN
E. ROBERT KLEIN
ROSYA PORTNOY
WILBUR TIGERMAN
LANORA YOFFEE
MORRIS ZWILLENBERG
13 TAMMUZ-JULY 11
BESSIE CORTEZ
ANNA GERSHBERG
LILLIAN GREEN
BERNARD MARGOLIS
ETHEL OXMAN
JACK RAINEN
DAVID RITZ
14 TAMMUZ-JULY 12
FRED DEVINKI
HARRY KRAFT
RUBIN ROMER
MENDEL ROSLAWOWSKI
TILLIE SIMON
HARRY SNITZ
15 TAMMUZ-JULY 13
FRANK AGRON
SEYMOUR ASHER
SIMON BERNSTEIN
MERYL BERNSTEIN
ANNA COHEN
MAE FELD
ANNETTE GREENBERG
ROSE LONDON
RHEVA SPITCAUFSKY
VITIA SWARTZ
16 TAMMUZ-JULY 14
ITA BENGIS
BENNIE BETTINGER
IRVIN BRATMAN
JOSEPH MAIZLISH
17 TAMMUZ-JULY 15
ALBERT BASSIN
BERTHA BASSIN
MIRIAM GARON
GLENN GOLDSTEIN
SHIMON GREENBERG
SHMUEL GREENBERG
SARAH HUNTMAN
MORRIS KROSS
DOROTHY LIPKIN
JOANNE PACK
CHANA SHLYEN
GITTEL SWENDZEWSKY
HANNA SWENDZEWSKY
BARNEY TANHOFF
ISRAEL UMNATZEV
JACOB UMNATZEV
RACHEL UMNATZEV
BRINA ZELMANOVICH
BRONIA ZELMANOVICH
ISAC ZELMANOVICH
MENDEL ZELMANOVICH
RACHEL ZELMANOVICH
RIVKA ZELMANOVICH
YECHIEL ZELMANOVICH
18 TAMMUZ-JULY 16
MORRIS BODKER
JOSEPH FEINGOLD
LILLIAN KRAITCHMAN
WILLIAM PESMEN
BEN ZION SALWINSKY
CHAIA TKATCH
19 TAMMUZ-JULY 17
ESTHER BLASBALG
PHILLIP BUCKSNER
CELIA KATZ
ELY MOLOTSKY
JANET PFEFER
ROSE WITSCHNER
20 TAMMUZ-JULY 18
HETTY BENJAMIN
BERNARD KANTOR
LOUIS KULUVA
ANNA PELTZMAN
21 TAMMUZ-JULY 19
LIZZIE DOLGINOW
SARAH GOLAD
LEA INDYK
VIOLA LEVINE
ZVI MARGOLIS
SARAH RAPOPORT
BESSIE RUBIN
MARVIN ZEFF
22 TAMMUZ-JULY 20
BEN APPELBAUM
LENA GAMPOL
ESTHER MALLIN
SHERMAN PITLUCK
FLORA PREVAN
JACK RUBEN
23 TAMMUZ-JULY 21
SAM BROWN
ROBERT DOLNIK
june-july 2014/Sivan-Tammuz-Av 5774
EVA GUCKENHEIMER
RAE LIEBERMAN
ETHEL PACK
24 TAMMUZ-JULY 22
ANNA ARSANSKY
ROBERT BITNER
JULIUS COHN
POLA EISENBERG
NATHAN GULINSON
EDITH MEDOFF
BADANA OSADCHY
MAURICE SCHWARTZ
JAKE SHABASON
BREINDEL WANG
MOLLIE ZEFF
25 TAMMUZ-JULY 23
YESHAIA BOBROV
JOSEPH MOSSEL
ROSE NEWMAN
REBECCA RITZ
JENNIE SHANERMAN
JOEL TONKIN
3 AV-JULY 30
FRANCES BERNSTEIN
BENJAMIN GOLDMAN
ROSE HOROWITZ
FANNY LANSKY
MARY ROSENBERG
ERNEST SPECTOR
MARTHA WEINER
4 AV-JULY 31
HYMAN EPSTEIN
MORRIS KANDLIS
MORRIS KATZ
JACK KLOPPER
HARRY PRESS
ABE ROGERS
LENA ROMER
BRONIA ROSLAWOWSKI
26 TAMMUZ-JULY 24
JOSEPH BORMASTER
CHARLOTTE LAZERWITZ
MORRIS MELNICK
SARA RABIN
27 TAMMUZ-JULY 25
MORRIS MORGAN
DAVID RUBIN
DONALD RUDNICK
MAURICE SCHIFMAN
ABRAHAM SCHNAER
ISADORE SERKES
ABE SHNIDERMAN
28 TAMMUZ-JULY 26
MILTON BURNETT
MARY FLAPAN
LIPPMAN GOLDMAN
SARA MNOOKIN
29 TAMMUZ-JULY 27
ABE BETTINGER
GEORGE ECHELSBERG
MAX JABEN
IDA KULUVA
GEORGE PRICE
ROSE SHAPIRO
EDWARD TREMPY
1 AV-JULY 28
MELVIN BEISER
MAURICE BURNETT
MINNIE LEVINE
MIRIAM LEWKOWITZ
SAMUEL LEWKOWITZ
PAUL SHNIDERMAN
ANNA SOLOMON
LEAH STRAUSS
FAIVA WEINER
2 AV-JULY 29
TILLIE BROWN
JERI EISMAN
LUCY GOULD
ABRAHAM HAITH
DAVID HARTMAN
SIDNEY LEVINE
FLORENCE ROSENBLATT
EVAN SOLTZ
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COMMUNITY CORNER
Annual Community-Wide All Night Shavuot Program A Kansas City Tradition to Feature Keynote Speaker
Rabbi Tovia Singer
The Jewish community will join together
for the annual all-night Shavuot program
on Tuesday, June 3 at K.I. Synagogue. The
evening begins at 8:15 p.m. with two Mincha
services and followed by a catered buffet
dinner which requires advance prepaid
reservations. At 10:15 p.m., noted author,
educator, popular radio talk show host and
world renowned public speaker, Rabbi Tovia
Singer will present: “The Battle of the Jewish
Soul! Are the Missionaries Winning?” A
rabbinic panel will respond to Rabbi Singer’s
keynote afterward. Rabbi Singer will lead a
study session at 1:30 a.m. and an informal
study session with area rabbis will follow. A
sunrise traditional service and an egalitarian
service, both followed by breakfast will
conclude this holiday celebration. Stay for a
few hours or remain until dawn and engage
in study opportunities throughout the night.
Snacks and coffee will be served.
This program is cosponsored by The
Rabbinical Association of Greater KC,
supported by area congregations and funded
by the Frank Morgan Fund of Kehilath Israel
Synagogue.
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Congregations help Feed the
Hungry for Rosh Hashanah
Jewish Family Services, in partnership with
the Rabbinical Association of Greater Kansas
City, has teamed up with area congregations
in response to the ever-growing need for food
assistance in Kansas City. In preparation for
Rosh Hashanah, our congregation has chosen
to collect donations of Grape Juice. These
items will provide food for Rosh Hashanah to
more than 150 households in our community.
Please drop off your food donations in
the specially labeled collection barrels in
our building through August; items will be
picked up and distributed through the JFS
Holiday Project prior to the start of Rosh
Hashanah. If you have any questions please
contact Susan Choucroun, 816.942.8317.
If you would like information regarding
the JFS Food Pantry, or would like to become
a JFS Food Pantry recipient, volunteer, or
donor, please call Jo Hickey, Food Pantry
Director, Jewish Family Services, www.jfskc.
org, 913.327.8257.
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Jewish Employment Services
June 2, 9, 16, 23, 30: Jewish Employment
Services “Kaffee Klatsch”. Weekly coffee
meeting for jobseekers; get and give support
in an informal session hosted by a JES coach.
Get a great start on your week! Complimentary
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coffee and nosh; business casual dress. JCC
Conference Room A (inside theater entrance),
8:30-9:30 a.m. Arrive before 8:30!
June 10, 26: Jewish Employment Services
“Getting Unstuck” Roundtable. Informal
bi-weekly session led by a JFS counselor
to provide tools to get unstuck and move
forward in your job search and life. RSVP
to [email protected] Call JES with
questions at 913-730-1449. 10-11 a.m.
June 17: Jewish Employment Services “Job
Search Strategies” Learn how to create an
efficient and productive approach to your job
search. Part of the Jobseeker Workshop series.
RSVP to [email protected]
June 18: Jewish Employment Services
“Resume Workshop”. This great workshop is
part of the Jobseeker Workshop series. RSVP
to [email protected]
June 24: Jewish Employment Services
“Successful Conversations”. This networking
workshop is part of the Jobseeker Workshop
series. RSVP to [email protected]
June 25: Jewish Employment Services
“Interview Skills Workshop”. Learn how
to interview for your success! Part of the
Jobseeker Workshop series. RSVP to
[email protected]
June 25: JES Monthly Job Club. Hone your
interviewing skills! A panel of Interviewers
will explain what they want to hear--and not
hear--from Interviewees. Business casual
dress, Conf. room C., 5:30-6:30 p.m.
Learn to capture your personal stories at
June 12 author event
All of us have special stories to share, but
sometimes putting those memories down on
paper can be challenging. You can learn some
of the tricks of the trade on capturing those
special times from local author Rolland Love
on Thursday, June 12 during a special program.
Love, a veteran writer whose short stories and
novels are written in a style that has often been
compared to Mark Twain, has co-authored the
book “Homegrown in the Ozarks Mountain
Meals and Memories,” about growing up in
the Missouri Ozarks.
Love’s June 12 program is co-sponsored
by Jewish Family Services’ [email protected]
program, the Jewish Community Center’s
Heritage Center and the Johnson County
Library. This event will take place 1-2 p.m. in
the Multi-Activity Center (Theatre wing) of the
Jewish Community Campus, While Love’s
presentation is free, reservations are requested
by June 9 by calling Dawn Staton, JFS director
of older adult initiatives, at (913) 327-8239, or
emailing her at [email protected]
the Positive Aging Expo, a day dedicated
to sharing information to various programs,
services, activities and resources for positive,
purposeful aging and keeping one’s self happy,
healthy and active. The expo is co-sponsored
by Jewish Family Services and Catholic
Charities of Kansas City-St. Joseph, Inc. The
expo, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., will take place at
the Jewish Community Campus; it is free with
a charge for lunch.
Annarose Ingarra-Milch, an expert on positive
aging and author of “Lunch with Lucille”, will
be the keynote speaker. There will be a variety
of hands-on activities and presentations on
such things as nutrition, spiritual and wellbeing.
For more information, please contact Dawn
Staton at JFS, 913.327.8239 or email
[email protected]; or Monica Burgin
at Catholic Charities, 816. 659.8259 or
[email protected]
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‘Day of Discovery’ to Kick Off
Year of Jewish Learning
Mark your calendar for an exciting,
upcoming community program: “Day of
Discovery – Explore the Joy of Jewish
Learning in Kansas City.” This event will be
held from 8:45 a.m. – 3:00 p.m., at the Jewish
Community Campus on Sunday, August
24. Learn, study, and discover some of the
community’s finest Jewish educators, rabbis,
and cantors, who will lead sessions on a wide
range of topics. Our own Rabbi Jeffrey
Shron, Rabbi Herbert Mandl, and Bob Gast
will be teaching.
Registration and a continental breakfast
begin at 8:45 a.m. Study sessions will be
offered throughout the day beginning at 9:30.
Lunch will be served from 12:15 –1:10 p.m.
and a dessert reception will conclude the day.
Registration for the event will begin in early
August.
The program is co-sponsored by The
Rabbinical Association of Greater Kansas
City, Jewish Community Center’s Department
of Jewish Life and Learning, CAJE/Jewish
Federation of Greater Kansas City, Hyman
Brand Hebrew Academy, Village Shalom and
area congregations.
For more information, visit kcrabbis.org or
contact Annette Fish, Administrator/Program
Director, Rabbinical Association of Greater
Kansas City, by email at [email protected]
or by phone at 913.327.4622.
Positive Aging Expo set for August
Save the date of Thursday, August 14 for
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YAHRZEIT
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HARRY SHER
MORRIS GOLDBERG
Shirley Frischer
K.I. GENERAL FUND
BIRTHDAY
ELINOR FRIEDMAN
Marlene & Art Meltzer
DONATION
Joel Zitron
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DR. ADINA ALPORT
Beverly & Barnett Alport
MEMORY
BEN GROSS
David & Fran Kanter
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MARVIN FREEDMAN
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Philip & Irene Gallas
EISIG WOLOWSKI
Erna Wolowski
PHILIP LITMAN
Lois & Manny Winston
FANNIE LEVIN
Ida Levin
SHERMAN RADETSKY
Esther Radetsky
BILL WEINDLING
Bill & Fani Schifman
ANNE TEST
Neva Bennett
YIZKOR
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LOVED ONES
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OUR ANNIVERSARY
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FRAN & DAVID KANTER
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Fehr Family
ISRAEL DWORETSKY
Irwin & Carol Cohen
SEYMOUR KRINSKY VIDEO LIBRARY
ANNIVERSARY
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Seymour & Marsha Krinsky
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LIBRARY FUND
MEMORY
MELVIN SPITCAUFSKY
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YAHRZEIT
HARRY GOLDSTEIN
Dr. Donald & Natalie Cohen
PHILIP QUITO
Edith Quito
Andrea Gasser
SARAH SPINDLER
Edith Quito
HARRY COHEN
Dr. Donald & Natalie Cohen
JACK & SARAH RUBEN MEMORIAL
YAHRZEIT
SARAH RUBEN
BERNARD RUBEN
BERNARD & GOLDA GASSER
JACK & SARAH RUBEN
William & Sandra Gasser
LIBBIE & JACK SHER BOOK FUND
YAHRZEIT
HERBERT WM ALPORT
Gustava Alport
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SHIVA-CHESED FUND
YAHRZEIT
LEONA KOCH
FANNIE NASH
Joyce & Dr. Harold Koch
RABBI SHRON’S DISCRETIONARY
MEMORY
ESTHER ABEND
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YAHRZEIT
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MARY WACHTEL
Ben Corchine
BESS KUSNETZKY
Yalene Kusnetzky
NACHMAN CARROLL
Nicholas Kelne
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JEANETTE FRIEDMAN
Irene Dreiseszun
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DONATION
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YAHRZEIT
LOVED ONES
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Leah Cohn
ALICE LAPIN
Bill & Fani Schifman
MORRIS ROZENBERG
Rela Rozenberg
MARY CAVIAR
Eddie Caviar
SHERMAN RADETSKY
Charlene Rubin
EVA GREEN
Ruth Feinberg
HEAT & LIGHT FUND
YAHRZEIT
GERALD PLESSNER
Zolan & Doris Gilgus
ESRIG – GOULD FUND
YAHRZEIT
HARRY GOLDSTEIN
Sam Gould
EUNICE & BEN RUBEN CHAPEL FUND
YAHRZEIT
HORTENSE GERSHON
Susan & Steve Osman
SIGMUND & RUTH MANDL FUND
DONATION
Jasmine Dey
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The Focal Point of
Kehilath Israel Synagogue
10501 Conser
Overland Park, KS 66212
913.642.1880
FAX 913.642.7332
www.kisyn.org
Periodical Postage Paid at Shawnee Mission, KS
WEEKLY SERVICES
ROSE MORGAN CHAPEL
SUNDAY SHACHARIT
9:00 A.M.
MONDAY-FRIDAY
SHACHARIT 7:00 A.M.
Week of June 1
6:55 P.M.
REMAINDER OF JUNE & JULY
SUNDAY-FRIDAY
MINCHA AND MAARIV
7:00 P.M.
IMPORTANT JUNE-JULY DATES:
ROSH CHODESH TAMMUZ - Saturday, June 28
Sunday, June 29
FRIDAY, JULY 4th - SHACHARIT SERVICE - 9:00 A.M.
FAST OF TAMMUZ - Tuesday, July 15
ROSH CHODESH AV - Monday, July 28
SHA
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1ST SHABBAT OF THE MONTH
June 7 July 5 Aug 2
B AT
SHALOM
10:30 - 11:30 am
Ages 2-5
Singing - Dancing - Stories - Play - Hebrew - Snacks
Parents welcome to stay or join services in the main sanctuary.

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