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  • 1. Weekly Newsletter Jay Weinstein, Rabbi 732.354.5912 (cell) 732.254.1860 x2 (office) Elliot Denenberg, Editor Aron Adams, President Yaakov Wasser, Inaugural Rabbi (1979-2009), Retired NEXT NEWSLETTER DEADLINE IS Wednesday Jan. 8th at NOON All submissions must be emailed to On those weeks when our Shul Secretary is away on vacation, the Newsletter will be emailed but not printed. _________________________________________ MAZAL TOV SHABBAT CHATAN Abe & Carol Hakim celebrating the upcoming wedding of their daughter Jamie to Samuel Hyman, son of Dr. Jeffrey Hyman and Marsha Hyman. CONDOLENCES We regret to inform you of the passing of Esther Bromberg a'h, sister of Sheila Beer. We regret to inform you of the passing of Neil Plumer a'h, father of Chaim Plumer. May the famiies be comforted among the mourners of Zion and Jerusalem. _________________________________________ KIDDUSH SPONSOR Marsha Hyman, mother of the Chatan. _________________________________________ SEUDAT SHLISHIT SPONSORS Michele & David Falk in commemoration of the Yahrtzeit of Michele's Father, David Heller. The guest speaker is Michele Falk. -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------. DOR L-DOR The next Dor L-Dor program will take place this Motzei Shabbat, Jan. 4th at 6:35 PM. There will be pizza and prizes for everyone. Cost is $2 per child with a max of $5 per family which can be paid at the door. Please support this program by donating on line at via the ShulCloud Network. After logging on to the ShulCloud Network, under the ‘Member Area’ drop down menu, please choose 'Member Donations', you can then select to donate toward Dor L-Dor. Once a donation has been made, an e-mail notification is sent to Ari Kevelson. Donations are needed - Please donate so that this year's program can be as enjoyable as possible for all the children that attend. Contact Ari Kevelson if you are interested in being one of the many guest story tellers. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Vol. XVIII, No. 28 Shevat 2 - 8, 5774 SHABBAT BO Candle Light........................................ 4:26PM Friday Mincha ..................................... 4:31PM Shkia ................................................... 4:44PM Shabbat Shacharit ..................... 8:00, 9:00AM Latest Sh’ma ....................................... 9:42AM Shabbat Mincha .................................. 4:20PM Shabbat Maariv ................................... 5:27PM Shabbat Ends ..................................... 5:35PM Sun Shacharit ........................... 7:30, 8:30AM Mon/Thurs Shacharit ................ *6:20, 8:00AM [*Earliest T & T – Mon & Thurs 6:27AM] Tues/Wed/Fri Shacharit ............. 6:30, 8:00AM Sun - Thurs Mincha/Maariv ................ 4:30PM Sun Late Maariv .................................. 8:30PM Mon-Thurs Late Maariv ...................... 9:30PM Candle Lighting next week................. 4:32PM Mikvah Hours – It is imperative that men not assemble or remain in the Mikvah area and/or the parking area nearby, 15 minutes prior to and until 15 minutes after the times designated below. Motzei Shb’t -1½ hrs after Shb’t ends - for 2 hrs Weekdays .................................. 9:00-11:00PM Friday & Yom Tov ........ by Appointment Only Mikvah 732.257.4121 Eruv status 732.254.1860 X5 LOST If anyone mistakenly took a women's Marc Andrew black coat from the coatroom please contact Shulie Stroh. _________________________________________ Dear YIEB members, As a growing, health conscious community we have made an arrangement with ACME to prepare two medium sized fruit platters weekly for our Kiddush Nosh for $55.00. We need your help to volunteer to pick up the platters on Thursdays and deliver them to the Shul. Please sign up at and then arrange a time with Michele Falk 732.485.2194 to bring the platters to the Shul kitchen. Please save your receipts, as you will be reimbursed for your expenses via Shul Cloud. Contact Simi Fogel at 718-987-5209 with any questions. Sincerely, YIEB Healthee Committee ___________________________________________ SHUL DECORUM REMINDER At YIEB we encourage talking to everyone: HASHEM during Davening. FRIENDS during Kiddush. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- January 3 - 9, 2014 RELIGIOUS COMMITTEE UPDATE The religious committee continues to meet on a monthly basis in order to discuss and improve all religious activity taking place at YIEB. Please see the attached document to find out more about the religious committee. As always, if you have any questions, suggestions or concerns, please feel free to speak to any member of our committee. DECORUM Ensuring appropriate decorum in our sanctuary remains a high priority. We will be implementing a number of changes over the next few weeks in order to improve decorum. We ask for everyone's assistance by taking all conversations outside the sanctuary! HONORS FORM We have updated the honors form that is used at a Bar/Bat Mitzvah or Aufruf. It can be found in the Member Area/Guidelines section on the YIEB website. YIEB FUNERAL IN SHUL POLICY Usually, the mitzvah of delivering Hespedim (eulogies) takes place in a funeral home or by the graveside. In the words of Rabbi Maurice Lamm (The Jewish Way in Death and Mourning, page 39), “the holding of funeral services within the precincts of the synagogue sanctuary is very rare.” This is because, in general, a Beit Knesset (a shul) is not the appropriate place for a funeral to take place. However, in our particular community, our local funeral homes are limited in their capacity to hold large gatherings. In the event that (G-d forbid) a funeral of either a YIEB member or someone for whom a YIEB member is sitting shiva must take place in our community, and the local funeral home cannot accommodate the number of people reasonably expected, then the funeral may take place in the sanctuary at YIEB. However, the aron (casket) can never enter the building. ALIYOT FOR HUSBANDS OF WOMEN OBSERVING YAHRTZEIT While we recognize, respect and are sensitive to all yahrzeit observances, from a halachic perspective, husbands of women observing yahrzeits are not chiyuvim. Since the 9:00 AM Shabbat morning minyan must provide aliyot for many other reasons, e.g. smachot, guests, chiyuvim, and the regular rotation of aliyot for all members, an attempt will be made to accommodate requests by husbands of women observing yahrzeit at other minyanim. These include the hashkama minyan, teen minyan, Shabbat Mincha, and the Monday and Thursday morning minyanim. To best prepare, the gabbaim should be contacted in advance. ___________________________________ MARK YOUR CALENDAR NORPAC MISSION to WASHINGTON Wednesday, Apr. 30, 2014 _________________________________________
  • 2. CHESED PROJECTS KIDS OF COURAGE- David Goldrich running marathon for Tzedaka. Please help if you can. Dear YIEB families, I hope everyone reading this is staying warm & well. On January 19th, I will be running a marathon in the Bahamas to raise money for a cause that is very important to me; Kids of Courage. What is Kids of Courage? This unbelievable organization is a groundbreaking, all-volunteer nonprofit that provides support to sick Jewish children and their families, 365 days a year. Kids of Courage is committed to helping critically ill children disconnect from their daily struggles and to giving them the opportunity to feel like healthy children. With the help of an unbelievable team of doctors, nurses, and counselors, the kids travel and bond together as they experience trips of a lifetime. If you would like to help us reach our goal, there are 3 ways to donate: By credit card: By check: Kids of Courage, 445 Central Avenue, Suite 216, Cedarhurst, NY 11516 (Memo: Dennis family & Goldrich run) By phone: 516.612.8844 Thank you for your support of this effort & I look forward to seeing you at YIEB. Regards, David Goldrich ********** I have spent the last two summers in Camp HASC (Hebrew Academy for Special Children). In case you are not familiar, Camp HASC is a special needs camp, where over 350 campers, children and adults, with various kinds of physical and mental disabilities spend their summer. What these two summers have done for me is something that nothing else in the world could have for me. I have grown up there, matured there, and learned to appreciate the tiniest things in life there. Every step I take, every sound and word I speak, every time I move my hands, every time I am able to sit and eat and taste whatever I would like, and every time I think for myself is now viewed as such an unbelievable miracle. I went from being someone who went through the motions of life to someone who picks up on all the little, seemingly unimportant things that we take for granted but really shouldn't. It really is a true Beracha to work a single day in Camp HASC....two summers is something that is just mind blowing. I still speak to three of my campers on a consistent basis, phone calls I look forward to having every day. That is why, this February, I will IY"H be running in the Ft. Lauderdale half marathon with Team HASC. Please read through the little blurb on my page, and watch the two embedded videos. Do not just take my word about the absolute magic that Camp HASC has in its gates, watch these videos and see it for yourself. Camp HASC needs your help to be able to give people with disabilities a place to be able to call their summer home. Without your help, the magic cannot be sustained. Please consider sponsoring me as I raise money to help make a life a little better for these incredibly special and unique individuals. I thank you in advance for helping me and the place I now call my summer home. The Campers are very appreciative for it, as are the thousands of holy Neshamot that will IY"H work there in the future. Here is the link: Thank you very much, Jonathan Gardner ********** As part of my Bar Mitzvah, I will be performing a service project by volunteering to raise money for a wonderful organization, the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP). Please read my story at to learn about CHOP, and please consider contributing to this cause. Please call Leon Paley at 732.390.6623 if you have any questions. Thanks for your help! Joel Paley ********** I will be running in the Jerusalem Marathon with Team Yachad on March 21st. Yachad is all about inclusion and this run is to raise sponsorship money to benefit individuals with disabilities. I will B"H be participating in the 10K run alongside a Yachad member. Any sponsors would be greatly appreciated (tell your friends as well!) Much thanks from Israel! Adina Grayman ********** In a few weeks, I will be in Israel, B"H. I will be visiting with girls in Lev LaLev Orphanage in Natanya. I am bringing each girl that is around my age, 11 years old, a Rainbow Loom and teaching them different bracelet designs. If possible, I will also like to add to the girls' Simcha by donating money to the orphanage. I will be collecting donations for this special orphanage. Please make checks payable to Lev LaLev Orphanage and mail to me at 15 Brookside Court, East Brunswick, NJ 08816. Thank you, Hannah Grayman ___________________________________________ KIDDUSH! KIDDUSH! It’s time to replenish the Shul’s liquor supply for our Kiddushim. Please help defray the cost by donating some of your unopened stash from home. We’re running low on Scotch, Bourbon and cordials. Please refer to the CRC list of recommended liquor Thank you to everyone who has contributed in the past. Contact Charlie Rothenberg for free pickup. Also, please remember that ALL liquor brought into the Shul must be in compliance with the CRC recommendations. If you have any questions about this please contact Michael Gardner or Charlie Rothenberg. _________________________________________ SAFETY REMINDER When walking to and from Shul for Mincha and Maariv, please wear your reflective vests. ___________________________________________ Women who can volunteer to be Shomrot for our Mikvah on Friday and Yom Tov nights and/or weeknights when our regular Shomrot are unavailable are invited to attend a training session at the home of Rabbi Jay and Sharon Weinstein on either January 9th at 8:30 PM or January 12th at 10:30 AM. RSVP to _________________________________________ CHINUCH/ADULT EDUCATION Guidelines for Lifecycle events can be downloaded from our website under the dropdown menu; Member Area/Guidelines.(logged-in members only). YIEB & Highland Park Community Kollel. Gemara Class with Rabbi Nussbaum, Tuesdays at 8:30 PM, with the topic “Prohibitions of Shabbat”. New Monday Night Learning Series with Rabbi Weinstein Continues on Monday, January 6th, 8:30-9:30 PM, "Ethics of Business and the Work Place". New Women's Wednesday Class with Rabbi Weinstein, 9:45-10:45 AM, "The Thought and Theology of Rav Kook" continues on January 8th. In Depth Talmud Class Given by Yaakov Weinstein, Wednesday, 8:30PM. In this week’s class we will “If the Child is Wise…” _________________________________________ DAF YOMI: From Rabbi Weinstein Join Daf Yomi at YIEB with Rabbi Weinstein: • Monday through Friday after 1st Minyan (approximately 7:10-7:45 AM) Sunday morning after 1st Minyan (approximately 8:10-8:45 AM) • Shabbat morning following 1st Minyan (rotation of presenters). _________________________________________ DAF YOMI B’IYUN Join Rabbi Shlomo Landau on Tuesday nights at 8:45 PM, followed by Maariv at 9:30 PM, to explore in depth, a topic from the week’s Daf Yomi. Can’t make it in person? Do Daf Yomi online! --------------------------------------------------------------------------SOCIAL/CULTURAL EXCURSION PROGRAM Announcing the next trip in our Social/Cultural Excursion agenda! Please join us for an exciting day trip to the James Michener Art Museum in Doylestown, Penn. on Thurs., January 9TH to view the Grace Kelly Exhibit. Reports about this exhibit have been beyond favorable and we are excited to include this in our expanding list of day trips for YIEB! While there, we will also be able to take advantage of the permanent collection of art at the museum. The museum is approximately 1 1/2 hours from EB and we will be traveling by car, leaving from the shul at 10:30 and returning at about 6pm. Details about lunch will be forthcoming. We have purchased 20 tickets for this exhibit so only the first 20 people can be accommodated. Tickets are not available at the door. You need to reserve your ticket as soon as possible by sending a check to Barbara Goldman, 9 Barkley Court for $20.50. Get your check in as soon as you can so as not to miss this great event! Thank you Barbara Goldman 732 599.6390 Ellen Rabinowitz 732 580.3977 ___________________________________________
  • 3. Dor l’Dor this Motzei Shabbat Dor l’Dor continues this motzei Shabbat, January 4th at 6:30 pm. Elected Youth Board Meetings Middle and High School Board meetings will be held on Motzei Shabbat, January 11th. Middle school at 6:30 pm and high school at 7:30 pm, at Cold Stone Creamery. High School Super Sunday High school students are invited to join the Federation on Sunday, January 12th for a regional teen Super Sunday calling session. 5:30 pm. Pizza, t-shirts and chesed hours. RSVP to Make Your Own Pizza and Sundaes! Grades K-5. Sunday, January 12th. K & 1st at 5:30 pm. 4 & 5th grades at 6:30 pm. Those in 2nd and 3rd grades can choose their session based on friends and siblings’ ages. $8 per person by January 7th. $10 per person as of January 8th. RSVP required. YAHRTZEITS 2 Shevat 5774 Lori Freides for her Mother, Sarah Riva Bat Liba (Sylvia Kletzkin) on 1/3/2014 3 Shevat 5774 Gary Spiewak for his Father, Menashe Henech Ben Fishel Hacohen (Martin Spiewak) on 1/4/2014 6 Shevat 5774 Phyllis Denenberg for her Father, Yaakov Ben Shnayer Yitzchak (Jacob Green) on 1/7/2014 6 Shevat 5774 Richard Green for his Father, Yaakov Ben Shnayer Yitzchak (Jacob Green) on 1/7/2014 7 Shevat 5774 Michele Falk for her Father, Dovid ben Yosef Halevi (David Heller) on 1/8/2014 8 Shevat 5774 Chayim Stern for his Aunt, Rachel Bat Naftali Hertz (Rebbitzen Rose Kaufman Novoseller) on 1/9/2014 HELPING HAND COMMITTEE Have you ever been locked out of your car; Had to pick up your sick child at school while your newborn was sleeping’ or needed to check on your parents who were home alone? Were you fortunate enough to get help? Would like to pay the favor forward? Family and friends aren't always around, and there are time when members in our community need a helping hand. We are forming a committee of volunteers who would be willing to help out when someone has an unexpected emergency situation. If you are interested in helping out, please contact either: Debbie Chustckie at Bobbie Cumsky at Brina Hershkovits at Thanking you, The Helping Hand Committee _________________________________________ LADIES TEHILLIM GROUP __________________________________________ B’nei Akiva Coming Soon Save the dates for the next two B’nei Akiva Shabbat! January 24th and 25th. New Chailight: Chesed Our Chailight: Chesed January collection is travel/sample sized toiletries. Bring them back from your vacation and donate them here. We will distribute to Elijah’s Promise, MCFOODS and Woman Aware. The collection will continue through January 31st. ______________________________________________ Central NJ now has a B’nei Akiva summer camp of their own! We are thrilled to announce that Camp Keshet is now affiliated with B’nei Akiva! Another amazing Keshet summer is coming, now with all the benefits of B’nei Akiva. Keshet’s main camp is open to 2 year olds through those entering 4th grade. TLC is now open to those entering 5th through 8th grades. And ask about our new Keshet Yachad program. Plan to attend our informational parlor meeting on Wednesday evening, February 12th at 7:30 at the shul. Open to all. Or don’t wait so long! For more information, or receive an application, please contact Melissa Rosen at ___________________________________________ LADIES SHIDDUCH TEHILLIM GROUP Only 15 minutes each week at your leisure. Join the many women in the community saying Tehillim to help the ones we care about find their Bashert. To be part of this Mitzvah team or to submit a name to the Shidduch List, contact Amy Zelka 732 613.8717 __________________________________________ PLAQUES The price of a Yahrtzeit plaque is $360. If you are interested in purchasing a Yahrtzeit plaque, please contact Lori Small at _________________________________________ WINTER MINYAN MEN! Now that the clocks have changed and Mincha/Maariv during the week is very early, we need everyone's help to ensure we have a Minyan. Thank you! ---------------------------------------------------------BIKUR CHOLIM/SHIVA DIVISION Thank you to the many members of the community for their ongoing support and assistance to families during Shiva. Suggested donations of $10 to aid a particular family during the week of Shiva may be sent to Julie Katz, 20 Rebel Run Drive (payable to Bikur Cholim-YIEB.) Please indicate the family name in the memo section of your check). Recipient families will be informed of your donation. For further information on how you can help and support a particular family or for general Bikur Cholim information, please contact Julie Katz, Karen Stern, Miriam Rosenblum or Suri Moskowitz. Thank you for your continued support. _________________________________________ DEDICATIONS Members of the Shul and others are invited to honor a friend or relative, celebrate a milestone event or memorialize a loved one by dedicating Chumashim or Siddurim. Chumashim - $50 Siddurim - $30 ______________________________________ The Ladies Tehillim Group meets Monday nights at 7:45 PM in the Social Hall for reading Tehillim and reciting Refuahs. Please join us for this most important Mitzvah. The one hour is time well spent. Readings are in English or Hebrew. Many thanks to the following women who steadfastly partake in this Mitzvah; Ellen Gable, Barbara Goldman, Brina Herskovits, Hindy Kierman, Esther Kosoffsky, Sarah Naus, Florence Passner, Bea Rosenbaum, Rosalie Rothenberg, Sarita Sragow, Cheryl Svei, and Amy Zelka. __________________________________________________ NOT LOST / NOT FOUND Not lost – The desire to have a Teen Minyan Kiddush whenever Bnei Akiva is in town. Not Found – Sponsors and volunteers to coordinate these Kiddushim. The cost of the DeLuxe Kiddush is $180. If you can help sponsor or coordinate please contact Melissa Rosen or Charlie Rothenberg _________________________________________ SHUL PARKING LOT Please do not park nor stand in Fire Lanes. It is essential we allow for passage of emergency vehicles. ______________________________________ SISTERHOOD GIFT SHOP Engaged & newly married couples choosing Judaic items for their new homes can find a beautiful collection of Challah covers, wash cups, towels, pot holders, aprons, Havdallah candles, matchbox holders, Mezuzahs, cookbooks, Challah dough covers, salt cellars, etc. Call Kathy, Brina or Leah to help you with your selection. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  • 4. CHAI LIFELINE A fund has been established at Chai Lifeline in memory our dear friend, beloved wife, mother and daughter and sister, Martha Davidovich. Contributions to this fund will pay for direct services needed by victims of ovarian and breast cancer and their families. To make a donation go to: If you have any questions please call, Brina Herskovits 732.930.4955. Thank you for your support ______________________________________ ***************** Timely Community Announcements ****************** (YIEB does not endorse the Kashrut of any nonYIEB event or listing appearing in the Newsletter) We are looking to start up a basketball group for children with special needs modeled after the Buddy ball program that is a division of fast break. Contact: Rabbi Mayer erps Youth Director - Torah Links of Middlesex County _______________________________________ KIDNEY NEEDED: My close friend, Jewish Male (52) father of 2, is in desperate need of a kidney (Type O blood). Please respond via the Renewal Organization at and please have Tzvi ben Frimmet in your Tefilos for a Refuah Shleimah. Thank you, Dr. Alan Singer -------------------------------------------------------------------A dear member of our community, Harvey Paretzky, is in need of type O blood donations. If you are able to donate blood, please call Lynn Hanfling 732.777.0225 or email or Fran Leitman 732.572.9545 or email for more details. Tizku L'Mitzvos. ----------------------------------------------------------RPRY MISHMAR. Mishmar learning program is held at RPRY every Motzei Shabbat at 7 PM. Please bring your own Seforim. Cost is still only $3.00 which includes, pizza, donuts, prizes and raffles ---------------------------------------------------------------------Is Yiddish Still Relevant? Agi Legutko, Ph.D., Director of the Yiddish Language Program at Columbia University, will address “Is Yiddish Literature Relevant in the Twenty-First Century?” thru two short stories, “The Last Demon” and “Gimpel the Fool”on Tuesday, Jan. 7th at 10 AM. The cost is $5/non-member and free to Community Campus members. At 1:30pm, Dr. Legutko will discuss “The Yiddish Language Today: Dead or Alive?” Held at the JCC of Middlesex County, 1775 Oak Tree Road, Edison, the fee is $11/ $8 for Community Campus members. Contact Sue Horwitz,, 732.494.3232 for additional information. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------AIPAC Annual Community Event will be held on the evening of Tuesday, Jan. 7th, at Congregation Etz Chaim in Livingston. Our speaker is Wall Street Journal columnist Bret Stephens. This event is always a great way for the entire pro-Israel community in Metro & Central NJ to come together. The event is free and open to the community. Please come and encourage your friends and family to do the same.” _________________________________________ Sexual Abuse: How can we prevent it and what happens when we report it? The Orthodox Forum of Highland Park/Edison is presenting an exceptional panel of professionals who can provide unique insights on a topic which has been in the news all too much of late. Our panel of experts, each of whom has over 20 years of experience in the field: Assistant Prosecutor John Esmerado, Union County Prosecutor’s Office; Lieutenant Randi Colatrella, Middlesex County Prosecutor’s Office; Ms. Kathi Indiviglio, County Coordinator, NJ CAP (NJ Child Assault Prevention) will speak on Saturday evening, Jan. 11th at 8 PM at Congregation Ohr Torah, 48 Edgemount Road, Edison. The panel will address issues of concern to everyone in our community, such as, How common is sexual abuse, especially in our community? How do investigators determine if an allegation has merit? What can parents and teachers do to prevent abuse? What are the signs of sexual abuse that parents and professionals need to be aware of? The program is free of charge. The Orthodox Forum gladly accepts season sponsorships, as well as program sponsorships. For more information visit the orthodox forum website at ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Jewish Federation Hosts Super Sunday II -- Our Community Outreach Continues Sunday, Jan. 12th – Federation Office in South River SOUTH RIVER, NJ -- Mark Sunday, January 12th on your calendar. It’s the Jewish Federation of Greater Middlesex County’s Super Sunday II at the Federation Office in South River. Bring the family. Bring your cell phone. Bring new hats, scarves, socks, mittens and gloves to be donated to Women Aware in New Brunswick. Join in a day to unite our community in raising critical funds to help those in need to warm their souls from their heads to their toes. VOLUNTEER to make calls. Sign up for a shift at or call 732.588.1800. and presenting the Torah Links Next Generation Leadership Award to Josh Denenberg, Evan Goldwasser & Dan Granot --------------------------------------------------------------------------------JCC to Hold Open Parlor Meeting in Highland Park The Jewish Community Center of Middlesex County will hold an open Parlor Meeting on Wednesday, Jan. 15th at 7:30 PM in the Community Room at River Ridge, 30 So. Adelaide Ave. in Highland Park. Anyone interested in how the JCC can better meet the needs of residents in the central part of our county are welcome to attend. This past year or so the JCC has expanded its services to include separate swimming for men and women as well as monthly daytime lectures for adults at River Ridge. Let your voice be heard. Help us plan and grow for 2014. Light refreshments will be served. Please RSVP to Diane Mael, Director of Adult Services at the JCC at 732.494.3232 extension 3614 or to _____________________________________ PCLC Upcoming Open Houses 10:00 to 11:30 AM 511 Ryders Lane, Middle School Open House: Sunday, Feb. 2nd. The PCLC is a Jewish community high school and middle school program offering a full-day, high quality education enhanced by technology and featuring on-site teaching by subject experts. Local transportation is available. Register today: Call 732.387.2693, or email YACHAD JOB OPENING Yachad, The National Jewish Council for Disabilities seeks part time employee for its Middlesex Chapter. The Middlesex chapter cosponsored by The Jewish Federation of Middlesex County provides Inclusion programs for individuals with special needs and offers support groups for parents. Responsibilities include outreach in community and working closely with Yachad staff to promote growth of chapter. Salary based on experience. For more information please contact Chani Herrmann at or call 201.833.1349. _________________________________________ ANSWER the call. When your phone rings, please make a generous pledge to the Annual Community Campaign. A gift to the Jewish Federation touches lives… everywhere… every day. Or make your secure, online donation today at DONATE new hats, scarves, socks, mittens and gloves to keep our neighbors warm throughout the winter months. Create a spirit of hope for those in need. SHUL DECORUM REMINDER At YIEB we encourage talking to everyone: HASHEM during Davening. FRIENDS during Kiddush. SPONSOR a phone for $180. Your support helps ensure all funds raised on Super Sunday go to impactful programs and services. For more information, visit or call 732.588.1800. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------TORAH LINKS OF MIDDLESEX COUNTY 10th Annual Benefit Sunday evening, Jan. 12th at 6 PM. The Crystal Ballroom at the Radisson Freehold Hotel. Honoring Mr. Joseph "Zeidy" Farkas with the Lifetime Achievement Award ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  • 5. AMY's YARMULKAS & JUDAICA has 30-40% off sale on MEZUZAH CASES KIDDUSH CUPS TZITZIT KIPAS JEWELRY and selected gift items call Amy Zelka at 732-613-8717 for an appt.
  • 6. House for Sale on Dutch Road - Walk to Shul Extra large 4 BR, 2.5 BA - HUGE master suite. custom built center island kitchen with high-end granite, top of line stainless appliances, and recessed lighting. Gleaming hardwoods throughout, 2 jaccuzi tubs, spacious livingroom with included grand piano, large bedrooms with built-in furniture. Fully finished basement with extra room for office or bedroom and included pool table. Manicured landscaping and peaceful backyard w/deck. Sitting on a 1/2 acre lot. Flexible closing. Asking $595,000. Serious buyers call Dalia at 908-227-5003