SHABBAT BEHA’ALOTCHAFriday Mincha .......................................7:00PMCandle Lighting.....................................7:20PMBut no later than....................................7:57PMAs long as candle lighting is after 7PM,Mincha on Friday is at 7PM (not Z’man)throughout the spring and summer.Shkia.....................................................8:15PMShabbat Shacharit........................8:00, 9:00AMLatest Sh’ma.........................................9:14AMRabbi Weinstein’s Shabbat Afternoon Shiur @6:50PMPesach Sheni & the Torahs Approach toSecond Chances.........................................................................Shabbat Mincha....................................7:50PMShabbat Maariv.....................................8:58PMShabbat Ends .......................................9:06PMSun Shacharit ..............................7:30, 8:30AMMon Shacharit (National Holiday)7:30, 8:00AMTues/Wed/Fri Shacharit................6:30, 8:00AMThurs Shacharit............................6:20, 8:00AMSun- Thurs Mincha/Maariv ....................8:05PMThe weekday “Maariv only” 9:30PM Minyan ison hold for the late spring & summerCandle Lighting next week ....................7:20PMBut no later than................................... 8:03PMMikvah Hours – It is imperative that men do notassemble or remain in the Mikvah area and/orthe parking area nearby, 15 minutes prior toand until 15 minutes after the times designatedbelow.Motzei Shb’t -1½ hrs after Shb’t ends - for 2 hrsWeekdays...................................9:00-11:00PMFriday & Yom Tov........By Appointment OnlyMikvah 732.257.4121Eruv status 732.254.1860 X5Weekly Newsletter Vol. XVIII, Nos. 46 Sivan 15 - 21, 5773 May 24 - 30, 2013NEXT NEWSLETTER DEADLINE ISWednesday May 29th at NOONAll submissions to the Newsletter must beemailed to firstname.lastname@example.org by Wednesdayat noon______________________________________MAZAL TOVTo Eli Herskovits on his Aufruf and upcomingmarriage to Rochelle Adler.To Brina & Zvi Herskovits and Francine & BruceAdler on the upcoming marriage of theirchildren, Eli to Rochelle. Also to thegrandparents, Beatrice Hohenemser, Frieda &Fred Adler and Juliette & Leonard Dressler andto all the siblings and nieces and nephews.-------------------------------------------------------------CONDOLENCESWe regret to inform you of the passing of DianaReich ah, mother of Steve Reich.Steve will sit Shiva at his home (4 Musket Court,East Brunswick) beginning Friday morningthrough Wednesday morning.Shacharit on Friday, Tuesday & Wednesday willbe at 7:30 AM and Sunday & Monday at 8:30AM. Mincha/Maariv on Sunday Night throughTuesday night will be at 8 PM.May the family be comforted among themourners of Zion and Jerusalem._________________________________________KIDDUSH NOSH SPONSORS: Apr 28 – May 25Birthday:Michele & Andy Bernstein: Michele BernsteinMichael Davidovich: Ariella DavidovichAndrea Rybak-Feiglin & Marc Feiglin: JakeFeiglinSara & Bruce Fischer: Bruce FischerEllen & Marc Gable: Ellen GableBrina & Zvi Herskovits: Bubbe BeaBrina & Zvi Herskovits: Chavi LesserBrina & Zvi Herskovits: Zvi HerskovitsEllen & George Horowitz: George HorowitzMolly & Gary Kaplan: Anna KaplanJulie & Steve Katz: David KatzKaren Golding Kushner: Leor KushnerStuart Kushner: Leor KushnerJamie & Mark Lazar: Jamie LazarRachelle & Jack Markowitz: Yonah GlassbergLori & Jeff Moskowitz: Ari MoskowitzSuri & Steve Moskowitz: Yakira MoskowitzSarah & Joe Naus: Jacob Chaim MinkinLori & Scott Noah: Jason NoahMiriam & Howard Rosenblum: JeremyRosenblumAmanda & Judah Shechter: Judah ShechterAmanda & Judah Shechter: Michal ShechterEstelle & Scott Siegel: Rachel SiegelSarita & Dan Sragow: Miriam Sara SragowKaren & Chayim Stern: Erica HymanFrancine & Carey Tajfel: Francine TajfelFrancine & Carey Tajfel: Rachel TajfelElyse & Avi Tuchman: Jessie TuchmanAva Waisbord: Naami Tziyona BohmAnniversary:Rachelle & Jack Markowitz: Rachelle & JackMarkowitzYahrtzeit:Michael Davidovich: Hencha DavidovichShelley & Milton Goldman: Etta GoldmanElaine & Neal Machtiger: Bennett WoodsElaine & Neal Machtiger: Morris MachtigerJane & Marc Pomerantz: Minnie GoldenAnna & Igor Shersher: Yakov ben SamuelChaim ShersherOther Events of Note:Lori & Scott Noah: Jasons Graduation fromTulane Unversity_________________________________________SEUDAT SHLISHITSponsored by Brina & Zvi Herskovits in honor oftheir son, Elis Aufruf and upcoming marriage,and in memory of Brinas father, ManfredHohenemser. Brina Herskovits is the guestspeaker._________________________________________GRADS AND DADS KIDDUSHPlans are underwayfor a special ShabbatKiddush on June 15thto recognize YIEBgraduates. Be a partof the fun and ShepNachas by sponsoring Kiddush in honor of yourgraduate. Cost is $55 per graduate ($30 eachadditional graduate per family with a $100maximum.) Nursery, Kindergarten, Elementary,Middle, High School or College and GraduateDegrees- all sponsors will be listed in thenewsletter!Special this year- honor your Dad for Father’sDay! Just $5 additional if you have a Grad or$20 if you don’t. ($5 each additional Dad, e.g.grandfather or son.)Please send check (payable to YIEB) along withthe name of your graduate and the name of theschool and/or the name of your Dad to KarenStern (23 New Dover Road). EmailCasey226@aol.com for additional information._________________________________________NORPAC - THANK YOUThe Edison/HP/EB NORPAC section would liketo thank all the bus leaders, group leaders,NORPAC staff and committee members,community Rabbis and Shul presidents and lastbut certainly not least all the participants in theWashington mission this year. The missionconsisted of 1,000 people with over 15% fromour area. NORPAC had 475 appointments withCongress, U.S. Representatives and U.S.Senators. Your enthusiasm, commitment andleadership helped make the mission a hugesuccess. If there is a need for a mission nextyear ... well try for 5 buses.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------SISTERHOOD – SAVE THE DATEThe Sisterhood Appreciation Brunch has beenrescheduled for Sunday, June 30th from 9:30 -11:00 AM. Even though we had a quorummany of our members were not able to attendthis years brunch originally schedule forSunday, May 26th.The slate of officers and the 2013-2014 budgetwill be sent to the membership via the emailsystem 2 weeks prior to June 30th.Please join us on June 30th when we will bevoting in the officers for the 2013-2014 termand the 2013-2014 budget.We look forward to seeing you there,Please RSVP to:Susan Gerstman email@example.comJay Weinstein, Rabbi732.354.5912 (cell)732.254.1860 x2 (office)Elliot Denenberg, EditorAron Adams, PresidentYaakov Wasser, Inaugural Rabbi(1979-2009), Retired
Barbara Goldman firstname.lastname@example.orgShelley Goldmanshelleygoldman@gmail.com--------------------------------------------------------------KIDDUSH NOSHWe would like to supplement our Kiddush Noshwith healthy alternatives for our children. Weare looking for volunteers to purchase fruits andvegetables before Shabbat and to cut up fruitsand vegetables on Shabbat morning.If you are interested please email Simi Fogel email@example.com--------------------------------------------------------------------------------Q & A Update:Yeshiva University Pre-Med InternshipInterns Arriving at YIEB for June 1stShabbatThe Yeshiva University (YU) & Stern College Pre-Med/Pre-Dental Interns will move into ourcommunity immediately prior to Shabbat ofJune 1st, for a period of 3 weeks. Please greetthem & make them feel welcome in ourmidst. To ensure that our YIEB communityunderstands the nature of the program, hereare a few Q & As to explain the history,structure and function of the program:Q: How did the Shul develop this program withYU?A: YUs Center for the Jewish Future (CJF) hasrun similar undergraduate programs in severalcareer fields in various "out of towncommunities" such as Kansas City, Boston,Atlanta, South Bend IN, and Houston over thepast several years. The YU programs aredesigned to help put these Jewish communitylocations "on the map" through extensivecoordination & publicity throughout YeshivaUniversitys network. Torah studyresponsibilities in the community are a majorcomponent of these programs. While at a YULeadership Conference last summer, wesaw the prior success of YUs CJF Internshipprograms in business, manufacturing, Jewishcommunal work, and health fields, so as part ofour overall recruitment program, YIEBapproached YUs CJF with a request to create,administer & develop a new internship programfor the first time ever in East Brunswick, withthe YIEB community acting as the host site. YUagreed.Q: How much money did YIEB spend on thisprogram?A: NOT A SINGLE DOLLAR of YIEB operatingbudget funds is being spent on this program. Inkeeping with the original proposal presented tothe YIEB Board of Directors, the program is100% budget-neutral to the Shul. For example,the glossy full-color brochures youve seen thatdescribe the YU program were paid for,prepared, & printed by YUs CJF, not YIEB.Q: Other than shadowing several of YIEBshealth professionals in office & hospital, whatdo the Interns do with all their "free time" inEB?A: The Interns will have VERY LITTLE "freetime" in EB. Each Intern is devoted to workingon behalf of the Shul membership to enrich ourTorah learning environmentPART 2 of the Interns day begins at 6PM whenthey return each day to YIEB for a continuedrole in our Shul. Each weeknight, they haveassignments. For example, Monday nights theyare preparing material & learning in Chevrutawith Adults (Men & Women) at YIEB; Tuesdaynights, they are learning with the High SchoolTeens of YIEB; Wednesday nights, they will beattending medical career-related seminarswhich are open to the entire Shul; one Thursdaynight we anticipate they will tech/learn inChevruta at YIEB with Rutgers JewishExperience students, as well as YIEB collegestudents; on Shabbat they will deliver DivreiTorah and Shabbat Afternoon Shiurim (some forWomen, some for Men & Women) and workwith the YIEB Shabbat Youth Program; and theywill be part of daily Minyan and give DivreiHalacha in Shul each day. So as you can see,this program is as much about enhancing ourcommunitys Torah learning as it is aboutunderstanding the field of Medicine.Q: How were the interns selected?A: There were approximately 40 applicationsreceived by YU for the program from YU & Sternstudents. An application consisted of an essayand personal information demonstrating 1)excellent academic credentials, as well as 2)strong interest in pursuing a career in the healthfield and 3) demonstrated prior experience &dedication in learning and working with variousdemographic groups within Jewish communitiesto facilitate their teaching responsibilities atYIEB. A personal interview was conducted atCJF offices on 2 occasions by YU-CJFs RabbiElie Mischel, Rabbi Weinstein and JudyGoldrich, for each completed application. Finalselections were made based primarily on the 3criteria above. Most of the 40 candidatespresented excellent applications.Q: How will the Interns be hosted in ourcommunity?A: Several YIEB families are graciously housingthe students & providing their meals.Q: Are the Interns compensated for their workin our community?A: No, the Interns are unpaid volunteers in ourShul. They also do not receive any collegecredit for the medical shadowing or Torah-learning components of their group experience.Should you have any other questions notaddressed in this Q&A, please feel free tocontact Judy Goldrich or Rabbi Weinstein formore information. Thank you & we lookforward to a wonderful upcoming partnershipexperience._____________________________________PRIMARY ELECTION – JUNE 4thVoter Registration Deadline: May 14th.If you don’t vote, we won’t be heard. TheEducation Affordability issue our families arefacing is not going away, but we can dosomething. The solution starts with a vote.Even in an uncontested Primary, every vote iscounted! It’s that easy. Be a Somebody, Vote.Brought to you by the Orthodox Union’s JVOTES.www.njvotes.org 201.416.7740_________________________________________YIEB SISTERHOOD GIFT SHOPIf you look closely at the guest candlesticks,matchbox holder, salt shaker, challah knife andmezuzahs, you will notice that they each havethe appropriate Bracha on them. They havebeen created by Joy Stember in her Metal ArtsStudio here in the USA as contemporaryheirlooms for a new generation of collectors.She is reinventing the idea of traditional Jewishpieces.Also, we now have the matching earrings toRachel Dabbahs necklaces from Israel. Forbest selection call Kathy Brody, LeahWeinberger or Brina Herskovits_________________________________________DAF YOMI: From Rabbi WeinsteinJoin Daf Yomi at YIEB with Rabbi Weinstein:· Monday through Friday after 1st Minyan(approximately 7:10-7:45 AM) Sunday morningafter 1st Minyan (approximately 8:10-8:45 AM)·Shabbat morning following 1st Minyan (rotationof presenters)_________________________________________DAF YOMI B’IYUNJoin Rabbi Shlomo Landau on Tuesday nights at8:45 PM, followed by Maariv at 9:30 PM, toexplore in depth, a topic from the week’s DafYomi. Can’t make it in person? Do Daf Yomionline!http://ouradio.org/dafhttp://www.dafyomi.org/_________________________________________CHINUCH/ADULT EDUCATIONMemorial Day Class – Monday May, 27th 930AM, 296 Dunhams Corner Road42: Jackie Robinson, Douglas Adams, and theImage of God. On April 15, 1947 JackieRobinson broke baseball’s color barrier forcingBrooklyn Dodger fans to examine their views onracism. In this class we examine racism in aJewish context with emphasis on the themethat man was created in the Image of God. Weargue that demonstrating God’s image in ourfellow man sanctifies the name of God.For sources email firstname.lastname@example.orgYIEB & Highland Park Community Kollel.Gemara Class with Rabbi Nussbaum, Tuesdaysat 8:45 PM. The topic for this week isProhibitions of Shabbat.Womens Wednesday Class with RabbiWeinstein, 9:45-10:45 AM - Mussar for the 21stCentury! Continues May 29th..In Depth Talmud Class given by YaakovWeinstein, Wednesday 8:30 PMIn this week’s class we will discuss “Who GetsMatza?”_________________________________________FOUND London Fog black raincoatsize 44S hanging in Shulcoat room._________________________________________SHUL PARKING LOTPlease do not park norstand in Fire Lanes.It is essential we allow forpassage of emergencyvehicles.______________________________________
Teens Minyan UpdateAll teens interested in Laining please contactJacob Siegel, Tony Newmark or JeremyShechter.Chailight: Chesed for Music and MemoryPlease donate your old iPods as we supportMusic and Memory, an organization thatprovides beloved music to patients who aresuffering from dementia. The music helps tosoothe patients AND trigger memories. iPodsmust be restored to factory settings. We do notneed earbuds, but do need the chargers. iPodscan be dropped at the Shul office or you cancontact Melissa to arrange a drop-off or pick-up.Any Questions?If you have any questions or need moreinformation about any of our program, pleasecontact Melissa at email@example.com or732.991.6110.______________________________________Summer is Almost Here! What Are YourChildren Doing?It’s not too late to ensure a fantastic summerfor your child! Contact Melissa Rosen to requestan application and get additional firstname.lastname@example.org.New Programs and Bunk for Summer 2013!We have some exciting additions for ourSummer 2013 including a new bunk. We arehappy to announce a new bunk, for thoseentering 3rd grade!We have just scheduled an overnight to CampMoshava for our campers entering 2nd and 3rdgrade!We are pleased to announce we have includedzumba and karate into this year’s schedule andhave just confirmed that Tova Halpern will bejoining us for an exciting summer long dramaproject and for Rikkud (Israeli dance)!TLC UpdateWe have had several requests for the TLCprogram to be open to those entering 5thgrade. If you are interested, please contactMelissa immediately. If there is enough interest,we will open a bunk for 5th graders.More InformationIf you have any questions or need anapplication, please dont hesitate to contact ourDirector, Melissa Rosen, email@example.com or 732.991.6110.______________________________________YIEB/YJS CENTER FOR EARLY LEARNINGNow Accepting Registration. YIEBs Center forEarly Learning, a Yeshiva at the Jersey Shoreprogram, is now accepting registration for the e2013-2014 school year. 2-, 3-, and 4-year-oldprograms plus a full-day Kindergarten. Formore information: YJSEarlyLearning@YIEB.org ,or call Mendy Bohm or Leora Weinstein_________________________________________SHUL COAT ROOMThe Shul coat room was cleaned out May 5th. Ifyou are missing anything, please call BarrySchechter 732.254.0624._________________________________________Please make note of the followingcongregational meetings:1. Wednesday 5/29 8 PM:• The slate of board of directornominees for the 2013/2014 fiscal year will bepresented.• Amendment to YIEB Constitution -discussion and approval of a proposedamendment to the Constitution of theCongregation to eliminate a provision thatcurrently requires that, if the Congregationceases to exist, any net assets of theCongregation shall inure to the National Councilof Young Israel (NCYI). We are now amendingour Constitution because NCYI recently voted,67-1-1, to amend its charter to eliminate thisrequirement, thus authorizing branches likeYIEB to remove such provisions from theirgoverning documents. Approval of thisAmendment requires the consent of 2/3 of themembers voting at the meeting.2. Thursday 6/27 8:45 PM:• Slate of board of director nomineesfor the 2013/2014 fiscal year will be voted on.• Budget presentation – The Treasurerwill review the 2012/2013 results andintroduce the 2013/2014 budget forcongregational approval._________________________________________THE HELPING HAND COMMITTEEHave you ever been locked out of your car;Had to pick up your sick child at school whileyour newborn was sleeping’ or needed to checkon your parents who were home alone? Wereyou fortunate enough to get help? Would liketo pay the favor forward?Family and friends arent always around, andthere are time when members in ourcommunity need a helping hand.We are forming a committee of volunteers whowould be willing to help out when someone hasan unexpected emergency situation. If you areinterested in helping out, please contact either:Debbie Chustckie at firstname.lastname@example.orgBobbie Cumsky at email@example.comBrina Hershkovits at firstname.lastname@example.orgThanking you,The Helping Hand Committee_________________________________________LADIES SHIDDUCH TEHILLIM GROUPOnly 15 minutes each week at your leisure.Join the many women in thecommunity saying Tehillim to helpthe ones we care about find theirBashert. To be part of this Mitzvahteam or to submit a name to theShidduch List, contact Amy Zelka732 613.8717 email@example.com_____________________________________YAHRTZEITSSivan 15, 5773 CarolFreudenbergerfor herMother,Rachel Leahbat YehudaArye (Rose Bakaleinik) on5/24/2013Sivan 15, 5773 Sandra Levine for her Father,Avrum Beirish ben ShmuelHalevi (Abraham Leib) on5/24/2013Sivan 15, 5773 Martha Klein Grossman for herMother, (Anna Klein) on5/24/2013Sivan 17, 5773 Cheryl Shmulewitz for herGrandmother, Tzipora batYitzchak (Sophie Garbus) on5/26/2013Sivan 17, 5773 Joshua Fogel for his Mother,Kayla Menucha bat AvrahamYitzchak (Kayla Michelle Fogel)on 5/26/2013Sivan 19, 5773 Jack Schemo for his Mother,Sarah bat Yaakov (SarahSchemo) on 5/28/2013Sivan 20, 5773 Martha Klein Grossman for herHusband, Mordechai Yosef benDov (Mark Grossman) on5/29/2013Sivan 20, 5773 Milton Goldman for hisGrandfather, Moshe Yaakov benReb Menachem Chaim (MorrisRubin) on 5/29/2013Sivan 20, 5773 Marvin Goldman for hisGrandfather, Moshe Yaakov benReb Menachem Chaim (MorrisRubin) on 5/29/2013Sivan 21, 5773 David Rabinowitz for hisGrandfather, Binyamin benHarav Tzvi (Benjamin Saperstein)on 5/30/2013Sivan 21, 5773 Howard Markowitz for hisBrother, (Alvin Markowitz) on5/30/2013Sivan 22, 5773 Joe Beer for his Father, HaravShmuel Yehuda ben Reb Yosef(Samuel Beer) on 5/31/2013Sivan 22, 5773 Miriam Margolis for herDaughter, Leah bat YitzchakIsaac (Leslie Dennis) on5/31/2013Sivan 22, 5773 Mickey Svei for his Grandfather,Rav Shmuel Leib ben HaravMoshe Bunim (on 5/31/2013_________________________________________LADIES TEHILLIM GROUPFor the next two weeks, the weekly TehillimGroup meeting will take place on Tuesdays, May28th and June 4th. Please join us at 7:45 PM inthe Shul social hall.The Ladies Tehillim Group meets Monday nightsat 7:45 PM in the Social Hall for readingTehillim and reciting Refuahs. Please join us forthis most important Mitzvah. The one hour istime well spent. Readings are in English orHebrew. Many thanks to the following womenwho steadfastly partake in this Mitzvah; Ellen
Gable, Barbara Goldman, Brina Herskovits,Hindy Kierman, Esther Kosoffsky, Sarah Naus,Florence Passner, Bea Rosenbaum, RosalieRothenberg, Sarita Sragow, Cheryl Svei, andAmy Zelka.___________________________________************Timely Community Announcements*************(YIEB does not endorse the Kashrut of any non-YIEB event or listing appearing in theNewsletter)-------------------------------------------------------------JCC ANNOUNCES MAY LECTURE IN HIGHLANDPARKJoin NYC Tour Guide Marty Schneit on a VirtualTour of the Lower East Side, 1 PM Wednesday,May 29th at River Ridge, 30 South AdelaideAvenue. Marty will offer a brief timeline andhistory of the varied immigrant populations—Irish, Italian, German, Jewish—who made theirhome on the Lower East Side of Manhattan. Bereminded of the many food establishments,Feibusch Zipper Corp., Economy Candy, andOrchard Corset Company. Learn the stories ofGeorge Burns, Eddie Cantor and Irving Berlinwho grew up on the Lower East Side. Enjoy thesites and stories that are so much a part of ourheritage.This is the fifth JCC Lecture in Highland Park atRiver Ridge, part of an outreach effort to bringpopular JCC speakers into the central andsouthern parts of Middlesex County. Thelectures are open to all. Light refreshments areserved. Cost is $8 for JCC members; $10 fornon-members.To be put on the mailing list or to registerplease call Diane Mael, Director of AdultServices, at 732.494.3232 extension 614 orcontact her at firstname.lastname@example.org.______________________________________-PEACE OF MIND is a program that bringsdischarged Israeli Soldiers who have served inElite units to Jewish communities around theworld for group therapy and sightseeing. Forthose who remember, Cong Ohr Torah wasprivileged to have six men from a unit Davenwith us one Shabbat morning in November. Atthis time, there are 18 units designated by theIDF and the Israel Center for the Treatment ofPsycho Trauma waiting for communities to go. .Neer and Lynn Even-Hen will have a parlormeeting at their home, 10 Harrison St, Edison,on Tuesday, June 4th at 8 PM, to explain theprogram, along with a video presentation andinformation about Peace of MInd.Meet Professor Danny Brom, director of thetrauma center to hear first hand the positiveeffects this program has had on the men andwomen who have experienced it.Please show your support and Hakarat Hatov tothese soldiers who have risked their lives for ourfriends and families living in Israel and thegreater world Jewish community. RSVP toRosanne Koenigson at 732.572.9518______________________________________JEWISH FEDERATION OF GREATER MIDDLESEXCOUNTY Honors 13 Past Presidents,CBS News Anchor and National CorrespondentJim Axelrod to Emcee EventSOUTH RIVER, NJ – On Thursday evening, June6th, the Jewish Federation of Greater MiddlesexCounty will honor its 13 past presidents for theirleadership and commitment to ensuring thevitality of Middlesex County. The celebration willtake place at The Heldrich Hotel and GeorgeStreet Playhouse in New Brunswick.Past Presidents to be honored and the yearsthey served are: the late Alvin Rockoff (1985-1987), Larry Zicklin (1987-1989), James Stahl(1989-1991), Susan Mandell (1991-1993), RonGrayzel (1993-1995), Marlene Herman (1995-1997), Roy Tanzman (1997-1999), Kenneth A.Gordon (1999-2001), Phoebe Wofchuck (2001-2003), L Richard Wolff (2003-2005), Philip S.Cantor (2005-2007), Lee Livingston (2007-2010) and Arlene Frumkin (2010-2012).“For the first time in our history, we will behonoring all of the past presidents of the JewishFederation of Greater Middlesex County at onemajor event. It is so meaningful to recognizethose who led in the creation of our vibrantJewish community,” said Federation presidentSeth S. Gross. "We invite the community to joinus in showing support for the honorees who areso deeply deserving, and for the humanitarianwork of the Jewish Federation.“CBS News Anchor and National CorrespondentJim Axelrod, a Middlesex County native, willserve as the evening’s master of ceremonies.“We are delighted to have Jim join us for thiswonderful evening,” said Don Sulam, a memberof the Past Presidents’ planning committee. “Hegrew up in Highland Park and is keenly aware ofthe important work done by the JewishFederation here in Middlesex County, in Israel,and around the world.”"We are creating a tribute journal for honoreesand guests, which will include ads andcongratulatory letters that have been pouring infrom friends of the Jewish Federation,” saidFederation executive director Gerrie Bamira,noting an additional fund-raising aspect of theupcoming Past Presidents’ Celebration. “Thejournal will remain a timeless testament tothose who blazed the trail for the Jewishcommunity we now strive to support andsustain.”“Leadership is a responsibility first. When caringpeople accept responsibility for helping toidentify what needs to be done and are part ofthe getting it done, the honor associated withleadership is well deserved,” said Gross, citingthe Jewish communitys collective responsibilityto be role models to inspire subsequentgenerations. “Recognizing Federations pastpresidents shows the admiration and respectwe have for those who led before us, and helpsus recommit ourselves to the selfless work theybegan on our behalf.”Funds raised at this event will support theprograms and services of the Jewish Federation,which enhance education, social services,community needs and emergency responses tostrengthen our local community. Tickets for thePast Presidents’ Celebration are$150 perperson. To purchase tickets or place an ad inthe celebration journal, contact the JewishFederation of Greater Middlesex County at 732-588-1800 or visit JewishMiddlesex.org.About Jewish Federation of Greater MiddlesexCountyThe Jewish Federation of Greater MiddlesexCounty brings together people, partners andresources to fulfill the most important needsand aspirations of our community.We care for the vulnerable locally andworldwide, forge strong connections with Israel,attract people to a more vibrant community,and inspire the next generation to embraceJewish life. www.JewishMiddlesex.org___________________________________EMPLOYMENT NETWORK OF RARITAN VALLEYLooking for work? We can help. Go towww.ENRV.org or contact Bob Lansey email@example.com. We post over 100 jobs eachmonth, and help people with their resume andsearch strategies. Please help: If you know ofany professional, part-time, or temporary jobopenings, please e-mail the information firstname.lastname@example.org.______________________________________An Edison community member, HarveyParetzky (Refoel Yisroel Chaim ben ShifraChana) is seriously ill and in need of our Tefillos.We would like the entire Sefer Tehillim to berecited, as a Z’chus for a Refuah Shelaimah for40 days, starting Sunday, April 28 – Thursday,June 6. If you are able to say Tehillim daily,please let us know your phone number andemail address so you can be assigned specificTehillim. Tizku L’mitzvos!Aviva Siegel email@example.com,Deena Klaven 732.745.4903.______________________________________https://www.facebook.com/YoungIsraelofEastBrunswick___________________________________SHUL DECORUM REMINDERPlease refrain from all unnecessaryconversation during Davening--------------------------------------------------------
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