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  • 1. SHABBAT SHMINI – PARSHAT PARAH Candle Lighting.....................................6:53PM Friday Mincha .......................................6:58PM Shkia ....................................................7:11PM Shabbat Shacharit ....................... 8:00, 9:00AM Latest Sh’ma....................................... 10:02AM Shabbat Mincha……. ...........................6:45PM Shabbat Maariv………………................7:54PM Shabbat Ends .......................................8:02PM Sun Shacharit ..................... 7:30, 8:30, 9:15AM Mon/Thurs Shacharit.................... 6:20, 8:00AM Tues/Wed/Fri Shacharit ............... 6:30, 8:00AM Sun - Thurs Mincha/Maariv ...................7:00PM The weekday “Maariv only” 9:30PM Minyan is on hold for the late Spring & Summer Candle Lighting next week ....................7:00PM 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. MotzeiShb’t..-1½ hrs after Shb’t ends - for 2 hrs Weekdays................................... 9:00-11:00PM Friday & Yom Tov ....... By Appointment Only Mikvah732.257.4121 Eruv status 732.254.1860 X5 Weekly Newsletter Vol. XVIII, No. 39 Adar II 19 – Adar II 25, 5774 March 21 – March 27, 2014 NEXT NEWSLETTER DEADLINE IS Wednesday March 26th at NOON All submissions must be emailed to When our office manager is on vacation, the Newsletter will be emailed but not printed. MAZAL TOV Welcome home Mordechai Safren! Mazal Tov to Moshe Safren on his Aufruf and upcoming wedding to Ashley Rosen. Also to parents Ilean & Louis Safren and Jayne & Dave Rosen and to siblings Mordechai Safren, Steve Rosen, Josh Rosen, Samantha Rosen and grandfather, Rubin Spring. To Miriam Margolis on becoming a great great grandmother, on the birth of Leah Yakira to Racheli & Dovi Barris. Also to the grandparents Jack & Alisha Aboudi and great grandparents, Elliot Dennis and the late Leslie Dennis. To Dan & Sarita Sragow on the birth of another great grandchild. Miriam & Eli Shteingart became parents of a boy on Shushan Purim. Also to grandparents Murray & Linda Sragow and Leah & Sam Shteingart, great grandparents Eileen & Melvin Wagshul, and great great grandmother, Fern Swerdlin. To Hadar & Harris Bram on Rabbi Sam Ash receiving his Smicha from REITS. Also to Rebbeitzen Yehudit Bram Ash and Yosef Chaim Ash. To Shani and Daniel Finn upon the birth of a son. Also to grandparents Debbie and Irv Schaulewicz and Amanda and Paul Finn and to their entire families. Bris is G-d Willing on Shabbos after davening. Kiddush to follow. CONDOLENCES We regret to inform you of the passing of Lily Denenberg a'h, mother of Elliot Denenberg. May the family be comforted among the mourners of Zion and Jerusalem. _________________________________________ HASHKAMA KIDDUSH SPONSOR The Safren Family in honor of Moshe’s Aufruf. We welcome all of our extended YIEB family to come and join us in celebrating this very special occasion. KIDDUSH SPONSOR Debbie and Irv Schaulewicz in honor of their grandson. _________________________________________ SEUDAH SHLISHIT CO-SPONSORS Nancy & Mitchell Mond in memory of Mitchell's father, Otto Mond, a”h and the conclusion of Shloshim. This Shabbat marks a remarkable accomplishment for Joel Gordon. With the Laining of Parshat Shmini, Joel will have Lained every Sedra in the entire Torah. What makes this milestone truly special is that Joel often times spends his Shabbat morning running to Lain at different Minyanim. He has made himself available week in and week out and has provided his talent, in the most gracious of manners. The Religious Committee is proud to have Joel as one of its members and is dedicating Seudat Shlishit in his honor as well as his lovely wife, Miriam, who has and continues to enable him to participate in this manner. May he continue to go "M'chayil L'chayil" Mazal Tov & Todah Rabah! _________________________________________ SAVE THE DATE Annual Larry Schacht Baseball Outing Sunday, May 4th Tampa at Yankees ____________________________________________ CONGREGATIONAL MEETING Dear YIEB Member, The Mikvah board has been working tirelessly over the last year and a half in figuring out how to build a Kalim Mikvah on our property. Simply put, it’s not easy. Quite the opposite, given the issues with the wetlands, township, construction, etc. the best option we currently have to build a Kalim Mikvah would cost a minimum of $75,000. Knowing the situation that YIEB finds itself in, Torah Links graciously offered to house the YIEB Kalim Mikvah in their new building. In order to partner together in that initiative, YIEB would give $30,000 and Torah Links would cover the rest of the building costs and maintenance costs. Partnering together in this initiative could not only benefit the YIEB community with a Kalim Mikvah but could show how YIEB and Torah Links working together could benefit the entire Jewish community. I thank Torah Links for offering us this extremely generous proposal. Please join us at the Congregational Meeting on April 7th at 8 PM to find out more information and vote on the motion that the YIEB Board passed. The text of the entire motion was sent out to the congregation via email. Thank you for your support, Sharon Weinstein _________________________________________ THANK YOU To all the amazing volunteers who made the YIEB Sisterhood Mishloach Manot project such a huge success! Poem and driving route design: Leslie Schwartz Drivers/Deliverers: Alan and Jonah Bash; Hadar, Aliza and Yosef Bram; Larissa, Mikayla, Avi, Atara and Ellie Elk; Michele and Adina Falk; Joel, Alyssa and Jennifer Felder; Michael Goldrich, Rebecca, Josh and Ariella Perlman; Amanda and Michal Shechter; Leslie and Shoshie Schwartz; Judy and Tamar Shoen; Sharon and Kaylie Shulman; Scott Siegel; Chayim and Talia Stern; Debra Tune and Yehoshua and Eliezer Weinstein Shleppers: Jake Dyckman, Jason Adams Printing: Howard Tune Packing: Jodi Reich, Elyse Tuchman, Shelli and Mitchell Liebov. YIEB BOARD NOMINATIONS Nominations are now being accepted for the Shul Board for the 2014/2015 year that begins July 1st. If you wish to be considered for nomination, please contact Aaron Shmulewitz, Chair of the Nominating Committee. MARK YOUR CALENDAR NORPAC MISSION to WASHINGTON Wednesday, Apr. 30th __________________________________________________ SPRING MINYAN MEN! Now that the clocks have changed and Mincha/Maariv during the week is later, we still need everyone's help to ensure we have a Minyan. Thank you! ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ To order Shmura Matzah click here: Deadline: March 30th, 2014 Click here for the sale of Chametz form: (Log into Shul Cloud before clicking these links) Rabbi Weinstein will be available for Mechirat Chametz during the following times: 4/3- 7:30-9:00 PM, 4/6 – 9:00-10:00 AM & 7:45-9:00 PM, 4/9 –7:45-9:00 PM and 4/13– 9-10:00 AM & 6:15-7:15 PM (Or by appointment) _________________________________________ YIEB will be purchasing a small block of tickets for next year's AIPAC conferenceat a discounted rate of $399 (discounted from $599). If you're interested in one of these spots, please speak to Rabbi Weinstein (first come first serve). Additionally, we have a few tickets for high Jay Weinstein, Rabbi 732.354.5912 (cell) 732.254.1860 x2 (office) Bertin Lefkovic, Editor Aron Adams, President Yaakov Wasser, Inaugural Rabbi (1979-2009), Retired
  • 2. school students at a discounted rate of $149. If you're interested, please speak with Melissa Rosen (first come first served). Thank you! _________________________________________ LOST & FOUND LOST: Black cashmere Chaps coat with folded paper (probably an Israel report) in the pocket. Please return to the YIEB office if you accidentally grabbed this coat this past weekend. FOUND: Black wool chaps coat with tissues in the pocket. Please feel free to pick up in the YIEB coat room at your convenience. FOUND: Black Jabra Bluetooth Earpiece that is being held in the YIEB Office _________________________________________ CHINUCH/ADULT EDUCATION Guidelines for Lifecycle events can be downloaded from our website under the dropdown menu; Member Area/Guidelines (logged-in members only). The MaTaN Mother-Daughter Bat Mitzvah program for 6th grade girls and their mothers. has started, Please contact Sharon at to register. New Monday Night Learning Series with Rabbi Weinstein Pre-Pesach Series "How To Kasher Your Kitchen & Other Pesach Prep" starts on Monday, March 24th 8:30-9:30 PM. No class on March 17th. YIEB & Highland Park Community Kollel. Gemara Class with Rabbi Nussbaum, Tuesdays at 8:30 PM, with the topic “Pesach”. In Depth Talmud Class Given by Yaakov Weinstein, Wednesday, 8:30PM. In this week’s class we will discuss “Small Thoughts: Minimal Requirements in Remembering the Exodus.” New Women's Wednesday Class with Rabbi Weinstein, 9:45-10:45 AM, "ShirHaShirim - the Quintessential Love Song" continues April 9th (no class on 3/26 or 4/2). _________________________________________ 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! ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Please Note Melissa will be on medical leave beginning this Monday, the 24th through Pesach. If you need assistance, please contact Mairov Shron at Todah Rabah Thank you to the Tuchman family for their recent sponsorship of a Teen Minyan Kiddush in honor of Zach’s birthday. Regional BA V’ZaCh Shabbaton Our Middle Schoolers in grade 6, 7 and 8 are invited to join students from throughout NJ and NY at the regional V’ZaCh Shabbaton here at YIEB next Shabbat, March 28-29. Participants must register through B’nei Akiva. Check the included flyer for more details. B’nei Akiva Snif Children in grades 2 & 3 and 4 & 5 are invited to snif afternoon programing on next Shabbat afternoon at 5:55 pm. Family Roller Skating The Young Families Committee & YIEB Youth presents Family Roller Skating on Sunday, March 30th from 3 - 5 pm. Open to all members of the shul community. $12 pp includes admission, skates, & pizza. Woodbridge Community Center. RSVP through shulcloud by March 18 ($14 pp afterwards) Questions? contact Andy Gross at or Mairov Shron at J-SERVE J-Serve is the national day of service for over 10,000 Jewish teens around the world. Join your local teen community and help make a difference. Create a mural for a veteran’s home/Assemble toiletry kits for the homeless/Assemble care packages for American soldiers/ Make videos for American soldiers and more! Sunday, March 30th from 1-4 pm at the Jewish Federation Office. Open to all Jewish high school students. Earn community service hours. Register at NEW! Chailight: Chesed Our Chailight: Chesed all month long (until the 28th) please donate Pesach food. We’ll donate it to JFVS to distribute to those who need a little extrv help for the chag. ______________________________________________ Meet the New Director Come meet our new camp director Nataly Weiss and the Rosh Chinuch Rabbi Akiva Weiss. April 1st at 7:30 p.m. at the shul. Friendship Discount Take advantage of our new ‘friendship discount’! Register with a friend new to camp and split the $100 discount. Two new campers also qualify. New Affiliations 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. Morning mifkad, joint programs with Moshava Ba’ir and IO and so much more! Camp Keshet now has a Yachad shadow program. We are proud to be able to offer a safe and exciting camp experience for all who desire it. 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. Now Hiring Camp Keshet has some exciting announcements to make about new staff hires! Be on the lookout! Camp Keshet is now hiring! Applications being accepted from those entering 10th grade and up, including college student and adults. Join us for the best summer ever! ______________________________________________ WOMEN’S TEHILLIM GROUP Please join us, weekly, on Monday evenings at 7:45 pm in the Beit Medrash. Together we read all of the Tehillim on behalf of the Shul’s Refuah Shelaima list. You can read in Hebrew or English. _________________________________________ YAHRTZEITS 19 Adar II 5774 David Rabinowitz for his Mother, Rachel Bat Binyamin (Rachel Rabinowitz) on 3/21/2014 25 Adar II 5774 Ellen Rabinowitz for her Mother, Yeta Bat r' Moshe Shmuel (Etta Klein) on 3/27/2014 The Mikvah Board is considering hosting Shabbat HaGadol meals in the shul. Please email if you are interested. ______________________________________________ It's that time again. Jerusalem Marathon! This year I am again running for 2 teams. Team Butterfly, to raise money to find a cure for Epidermolysis bullosa(EB), from which my close friend David Beiss suffers, and for Team Mikey, to raise money for the Lone Soldier Center. These are 2 great causes to which I personally have a close connection. Please feel free to ask me any questions you may have. Team Butterfly- Team Mikey- Thanks once again for supporting me my quest to raise money for these great causes. Daniel Stroh _________________________________________ ***************** Timely Community Announcements ****************** (YIEB does not endorse the Kashrut of any non-YIEB event or listing appearing in the Newsletter) Shaimos Collection: Congregation Ohr Torah will hold this year’s community Shaimos Collection on Sunday, March 23rd from 9:30 AM to 6:00 PM. The cost is $20 per large garbage sized bags. Please make all checks out to Congregation Ohr Torah. (coordinator/questions) Barry Siegel, There will also be a Seforim sale: There will be a used Seforim sale at this time, Great Bargains!!! Come find your hard-to-find and/or out-of-print books and stock up your home libraries. Douglas Simon to Speak on Challenges to US Foreign Policy at JCC River Ridge Lecture The next JCC Lecture in Highland Park will take place on Wednesday, March 26th at 1 PM in the community room at River Ridge, 30 So. Adelaide Ave. All are welcome to hear Dr. Douglas Simon speak on the new challenges facing US Foreign Policy. Douglas W. Simon is emeritus professor of political science at Drew University, where he specialized in international affairs, U.S. foreign policy, international organization, and national security. After arriving at Drew, Simon directed the university's Semester on the United Nations for fifteen years, served as convener of Drew's Masters in International Affairs Program, and later was department chair. Cost for the lecture is $8 for JCCMC Members; $10 for non-members. Refreshments are served. To register please send the names of the participants, along with your check, payable to the JCC, to: Jewish Community Center of Middlesex County, 1775 Oak Tree Road, Edison, NJ 08820, and write Douglas Simon in HP in the memo section. For more
  • 3. information on this and other upcoming JCC programs and trips please call Diane Mael, Director of Adult Services at 732.494.3232 ext. 3614. ______________________________________________ Please join TABC at its 31st Annual Dinner on Sunday, March 30th at Congregation Keter Torah as we honor a group of very special individuals. The theme of this year's dinner "Building our Future," acknowledges the tremendous contributions of our honorees; Wendy and Isaac Shulman, Alisa and Stephen Levy, Dr. Garry Katz and Yaacov Apfelbaum who have all contributed in significant ways to the growth of our Yeshiva. For reservations or to make a donation, please go to Clothing Drive: Congregation Ahavas Yisrael needs children's clothing which are in excellent condition for its annual children's clothing drive. Please drop off clothing at: Rivka Jaffe: 16 Price Drive, Edison, NJ or at Ida Scheiner: 238 Harrison Ave., Highland Park, NJ. The clothing drive committee also requests for volunteers to help set up and/or manage the drive (chessed hours will be allotted). To volunteer for this important community event please contact: Ida Scheiner (732) 247-3073. All are welcome to "shop" at Congregation Ahavas Yisrael on Sunday March 30th for children's clothing (sizes infant- XL). Donations are optional. Clothing Giveaway: The A.Y. clothing giveaway will be on March 30th from 10-2 at Congregation Ahavas Yisroel. Come and get new to you clothing in time for Yom Tov. Sizes infant though adult. Monetary donations towards tzedakah are welcome, but not obligatory. If you would like to contribute clothing in excellent condition, please contact Ida Scheiner at 732-247-3073 or Rivka Jaffe at 732-572-7796. Additionally, contact us to volunteer for set up on Saturday night March 29th. Teens, come and get chessed hours! Every year, thousands of young Israeli combat soldiers are discharged from military service and are returned to civilian life. Despite their lengthy and arduous physical training, scant attention is paid to their psychological preparedness to cope with the aftermath of traumatic experiences they may have had: Many witnessed terrible sights, made split-second life and death decisions, or expe rienced the loss of a comrade.After three or more years spent in a strict military framework, many feel overwhelmed by the decisions and demands of civilian life. They may develop symptoms ranging from difficulties with concentration to sleep and memory disorders. Other manifestations include substance abuse, anger, and symptoms which can lead to full-blown Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). Peace of Mind ( reunites soldiers who served together.Peace of Mind (POM) offers them the admiration and respect of American Jewish communities while providing them with time in Israel and in American host communities in which they can receive treatment for the grief, bereavement, and guilt that resulted from their experience in IDF service.For Highland Park/Edison to become a POM host community we must raise the funds to underwrite the cost of the treatment program. To date, over half of the necessary funds have been collected to bring young veterans and their Israeli psychologists to our community November 9 - 16, 2014.During the time that they are here, the veterans will work with their psychologists in the mornings and spend the afternoons doing the things that twenty- somethings do:sightsee and experience New York and New Jersey.The time that we spend with these soldiers, whether in our homes or in special evening programs, is a vital part of their healing program.To learn more about the Peace of Mind Program, please join us at the home of Marcia and Barry Levinson (419 Becker Street, Highland Park) on March 31st at 8 PM. Please show your support and Hakarat Hatov to soldiers who have risked their lives for our homeland and for our friends and families living in Israel. RSVP to Barbara Strassman ( or 732/545-3931). If you are unable to attend this meeting but would like to support the program, please send donations made out to American Friends of Herzog Hospital c/o Rosanne Koenigson at 221 Washington Ave. Edison, NJ 08817. ______________________________________________ CHOL HAMOED PESACH SESAME STREET LIVE: The PTA of the Chai Early Childhood Center in East Brunswick's annual fundraiser: Order your tickets for "Sesame Live" at the State Theater in New Brunswick. The show is Thursday, April 17th at 10:30 AM of Chol Hamoed Pesach Tickets are $18 (note kids under 1-year-old get a FREE LAP VOUCHER). To order tickets, contact Elie Salomon at 732-325-9626 or Act fast as the sooner you order, the better your seats. Checks can be made out to "Chabad of East Brunswick." WE WILL ONLY BE TAKING ORDERS UNTIL MARCH 30. JCC TRIP TO NEUE GALERIE POSTPONED BECAUSE OF WEATHER, RESCHEDULED FOR APRIL 27TH The February 9th trip to the NEUE Galerie in Manhattan from the JCC of Middlesex County has been rescheduled for Sunday, April 27th. Instead of seeing The Kandinsky exhibit which ended Feb 10th we’ll be seeing the new exhibit: “DEGENERATE ART: THE ATTACK ON MODERN ART IN NAZI GERMANY, 1937” with a private docent. Bus leaves the JCC at 9:45 am and returns approximately 3:30 pm. Cost is $50 for JCCMC members; $55 for non-members and includes coach bus transportation to and from museum, admission and private docent tour. Lunch is on your own in either of the Galerie’s 2 Cafes or a local restaurant. A very limited number of seats remain. Please register before April 10th. For more information on this and other upcoming JCC programs and trips please call Diane Mael, Director of Adult Services at 732-494-3232 extension 3614. _________________________________________ MOVIE MAVENS – Orchestra of Exiles In commemoration of Yom Hashoah, view Orchestra of Exiles from Academy Award nominated director, Josh Aronson, on Tuesday, April 29th at 1:15 PM. This reveals the dramatic story of Bronislaw Huberman, the celebrated Polish violinist who rescued some of the world’s greatest musicians from Nazi Germany and then created one of the world’s greatest orchestras. Snacks will be provided for suggested donations of $8/$5 for Community Campus members. Contact Sue Horwitz, 732-494-3232x3603 for additional information. ______________________________________________ NORPAC MISSION Join us on our annual Mission to Washington event to support the U.S.-Israel relationship on Wednesday, April 30th. On a single-day trip you will meet with Members of Congress and their staff, and share your concerns with them about foreign aid to Israel, Iran sanctions, security cooperation, and more. Help us make a difference once again! Buses leave for Washington from our area at 6:30 AM and return between 9-10 PM .There will be briefings on the bus. All meals will be provided. Please note that the early bird deadline has ended. It is now $135 per person and will go up another $50 as we get closer to the date. This is a very important day to voice your opinion to representatives in Washington regarding Iran sanctions and security of Israel. Register now at or call 201.788.5133. Students - $75 (must be over 12.Those under 18 must be accompanied by Parent or legal guardian). Special discount --College students can register at $36 – but only by phone. For more info contact Esther Kosoffsky. ______________________________________________ SIGN UP TO RUN WITH TEAM CNJKIDS On Sunday, May 18th, join TEAM CNJKIDS for A Run in the Park-Highland Park 5k. To sign up go to www.cnjkids.organd click on the TEAM CNJKIDS link and begin to get sponsors to help mitigate future tuition increases at local Jewish K-8 day schools. ______________________________________________ CONTEMPORARY MUSIC IN THE ORTHODOX COMMUNITY Mark Kligman, Ph.D. returns to the JCC of Middlesex County, 1775 Oak Tree Road, Edison, on Tuesday, May 27th at 10:30 AM. His new presentation focuses on the developments of music in the Orthodox Jewish community from the 1970s to the present. Audio and video examples will be included. The cost is $11/$8 for Community Campus members. Contact Sue Horwitz, 732-494-3232x3603 for additional information. ______________________________________________ EMPLOYMENT NETWORK OF RARITAN VALLEY ENRV is active posting over 200 jobs a month to over 550 members. Please continue to include the following in your announcements every week or two to let people know about the group and to post jobs. Looking for work? We can help. Go to or contact Bob Lansey at We post over 200 jobs each month, and help people with their resume and search strategies. Please help: If you know of any professional, part-time, or temporary job openings, please e-mail the information to ENRVInfo@gmail.comIt has been sold out in Jewish Film Festivals around the country. _________________________________________ The ACTT (Achieving Change Through Torah) program helps individuals succeed in making meaningful and lasting changes in their lives. The source book for the entire year is: Step by Step compiled by Rabbi Dovid Weinberger. See the ACTT web-site, , for the current Learning Schedule (Modules page) and for all the event audio presentations. For more info, e- mail or call Phil Rosen (732) 572- 8762. Collecting Sheitels: KerenKolKallah - established to provide orphan and destitute kallahs in Israel with essential needs. Donated custom sheitels, some brand-new, some gently worn, are sold to women in Israel who would not otherwise have the funds to buy a quality wig. All the money raised at the sale goes towards a hachnasas kallah fund which helps needy brides in Eretz Yisrael. Sheitels can be dropped off by Aviva, 16 Edgemount Road, Edison. For more info, please see contact Aviva Siegel (732) 572-4408 MEALS ON WHEELS WANTED: Jumpers and Drivers for Meals on Wheels two hours once a month. Call Sarah Naus 732.257.5378 or Sarita Sragow 732.257.2081 _________________________________________ JRecovery: A Jewish Self-Help Group to Complement 12-Step Programs Sponsored by Jewish Family and Vocational Service of Middlesex County (JFVS) JRecovery is a Jewish self-help group whose purpose is to support recovery from various addictions using spiritual insights from Jewish tradition. JRecovery complements 12-step recovery programs by nurturing the spiritual needs of those with active addictions or in recovery, and their families and friends. JRecovery participants include alcoholics, drug addicts, gamblers, overeaters, sex addicts, and their loved ones. Group discussions focus on the challenges of recovery. The discussions use the language and concepts of 12- step programs and a broad spectrum of Jewish spiritual teachings from every generation. The first meeting is scheduled for Monday, April 28, 2014, 7:30- 8:30 pm at the JFVS office,32 Ford Avenue, 2nd Floor (United Way Building), Milltown, NJ. The group will meet weekly at the same time and same location. JRecovery charges no dues for participation; all Jews are welcome. Similar to 12-step meetings, our meetings will be safe, secure and anonymous. For more information, contact JFVS at 732-777-1940 or
  • 4. AMY's YARMULKAS and JUDAICA CLOSING OUT INVENTORY SALE! All Ladies Head coverings MEZUZAH Cases - Tzizit Talleisim - Kittels Yarmulkas design, knit, suede, velvet AND MORE all at APPROXIMATELY 40% DISCOUNT while supplies last call Amy at 732-613-8717 Tall Oaks Drive East Brunswick