Friday Mincha....................................... 7:00PM
Candle Lighting..................................... 7:20PM
But no later than ................................... 7:29PM
Shkia .................................................... 7:47PM
Shabbat Shacharit ....................... 8:00, 9:00AM
Latest Sh’ma......................................... 9:30AM
Shabbat Mincha……. ........................... 7:25PM
Shabbat Maariv……………… ............... 8:30PM
Shabbat Ends....................................... 8:38PM
Sun Shacharit......................7:30, 8:30, 9:15AM
Mon Shacharit (Yom HaShoah) .. 6:20, 8:00AM
Tues Shacharit ............................ 6:30, 8:00AM
Wed Shacharit (Rosh Chodesh I)6:15, 8:00AM
Wed - NORPAC Mission to Washington, DC
Thurs Sh’chr’t (Rosh Chodesh II) 6:15, 8:00AM
Fri Shacharit ................................ 6:30, 8:00AM
Sun - Thurs Mincha/Maariv................... 7:35PM
The weekday “Maariv only” 9:30PM Minyan
is on hold for the late spring & summer
Candle Lighting next week.................... 7:20PM
But no later than ................................... 7:36PM
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
Motzei Shb’t.-1½ hrs after Shb’t ends - for 2 hrs
Friday & Yom Tov ....... By Appointment Only
Eruv status 732.254.1860 X5
Weekly Newsletter Vol. XVIII, No. 43 Nissan 25 – Iyar 1, 5774 April 25 – May 1, 2014
Next newsletter deadline;
Wednesday April 30th at NOON
All submissions must be emailed to
When our office manager is on vacation, the
Newsletter will be emailed but not printed.
GUEST SPEAKER THIS SHABBAT
Welcome to Rabbi David Fine, Foudner & Dean
of Barkai Center in Israel. Rabbi Fine will be
speaking throughout Shabbat. Please see the
flyer for more details.
SAVE THESE DATES:
Annual Larry Schacht Baseball Outing
Sunday, May 4th
Tampa at Yankees
Tefillin & Mezuzot Check
Sunday, May 11th, we will be having a Sofer
STaM come to YIEB to perform Tefillin &Mezuzot
checking. There will be more information to
Yom Hashoah Program
On Sunday April 27th at 3 PM in the Shul, we will
be hosting the Jewish Federation Of Middlesex
County Annual Yom Hashoah Commemoration.
The featured speaker will be a survivor of the
Holocaust. Stay tuned for details on his year's
community-wide program being hosted at YIEB.
See Sandy Lang with any questions.
YIEB BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING
Thursday May 15th @ 8:30 PM
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
Thank you to Rabbi Weinstein, Rabbi Wasser, the
Gabbaim, the Bikur Cholim Committee and to all
who comforted us during this difficult time.
Elliot Denenberg & Family
Robin Denenberg-Cohen and Family
Arm tefillin cap insert left at the Denenbergs
during the week of shiva, March 20 - 26
The Parents' Association of the Yeshiva at the
Jersey Shore Invites you to a Mothers' Brunch &
*Proceeds from the auction to support YJS
Mothers, aunts, grandmothers & friends welcome!
Sunday, May 4th 10 AM–12 PM
Congregation Brothers of Israel
250 Park Ave ~ Long Branch NJ 07740
Please RSVP by April 21st to
Contact Melissa Belsh at
917.685.2432 with any questions
SHUL DECORUM REMINDER
Please refrain from all
KIDDUSH NOSH SPONSORS
March 30, 2014 – April 26, 2014
Abeles Family: Joseph H. Abeles
Linda & Yaakov Applbaum: Yaakov Applbaum
Dorianne& Jeff Dantowitz: Adin Dantowitz
Iva & Steven Dyckman: Iva Dyckman
Ariela& Scott Grayman: Dasia Grayman
Molly & Gary Kaplan: Jacob Kaplan
Rama & Mark Koslowe: Jonathan Koslowe
Jodi & Jeff Liebov: Jodi Liebov
Rachelle & Jack Markowitz: Chana Markowitz
Lori & Jeff Moskowitz: Miki Moskowitz
Suri& Steve Moskowitz: Barry Moskowitz
Sarah & Joe Naus: Patrick Zagdanski
Lori & Scott Noah: Marc Stein
Robyn & Jeffrey Perlman: Rebecca Perlman
Jane & Marc Pomerantz: Zachary Saypol
Deborah & Eric Raab: Gabriel Raab
Debbie &Chaim Rogoff: Yardena Rogoff
Miriam & Howard Rosenblum: Nathaniel Joseph
Wendy & Bruce Schaeffer: Wendy Schaeffer
Anna & Igor Shersher: Anna Shersher
Karen &Chayim Stern: Chayim Stern
Shanna & Jeffrey Taub: Jeffrey Taub
Stacy & David Weissman: ElanaWeissman
Tema& Tony Winston: Tony Winston
Brina&Zvi Herskovits: Chavi&Chaim Lesser
Jane & Marc Pomerantz: Dori& Joshua Saypol
Cheryl & Aaron Shmulewitz: Cheryl & Aaron
Linda & Yaakov Applbaum: Michael Freedman
Sylvia & Mark Berger: Julius Uncyk
Shelley & Milton Goldman: Ida Goldman
Shelley & Milton Goldman: Al Rubin
Ava Waisbord: Ingrid Waisbord
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.
Guidelines for Lifecycle events can be downloaded
from our website www.yieb.org
under the dropdown menu; Member
Area/Guidelines (logged-in members only).
Shabbat Afternoon Class at 6:25 PM
Please join our guest speaker Rabbi David Fine.
Topic: We Are Not in Kansas Anymore - Training
The MaTaN Mother-Daughter Bat Mitzvah program
for 6th grade girls and their mothers. has started,
Please contact Sharon at
email@example.com to register.
YIEB & Highland Park Community Kollel. Gemara
Class with Rabbi Nussbaum,On Passover break.
Class resumes on April 29 with the topic
"Prohibitions of Shabbat".
Jay Weinstein, Rabbi
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Bertin Lefkovic, Editor
Aron Adams, President
Yaakov Wasser, Inaugural Rabbi
In Depth Talmud Class
Given by Yaakov Weinstein, Wednesday, 8:30PM.
No class till after Pesach break.
New Women's Wednesday Class with Rabbi
Weinstein, "Shir HaShirim- the Quintessential Love
Song” resumes May 7th!
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
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!
YIEB will be purchasing a small block of tickets for
next year's AIPAC conference at 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 school
students at a discounted rate of $149. If you're
interested, please speak with Melissa Rosen (first
come first served). Thank you!
SISTERHOOD PRESENTS “SELF DEFENSE”
TWO SESSIONS LEFT:
Join Sensei Gene White for self defense classes
while enjoying a light workout!
Monday's from 7:30-8:30:
1st Session: April 28; May 5, 12, 19 – cost $40
2nd Session: June 2, 9, 16 Cost: $30. Try it out
before you sign up. Come to a free class April 7th
Shabbat, April 24th – 25th
5th & 6th Grade Friday Night Oneg
Open to ALL YIEB's youth in grades 5 and 6! Come
join Bnei Akiva for a special oneg JUST FOR YOU! This
fun-filled oneg will be held at the Elk's home (11
Mayfair Court) from 9:30-10:15. Enjoy light desserts
and fun games with our madrichim. RSVP
REGULAR SHABBAT GROUPS AND COCOA CLUB
Mommy/Daddy and Me
Official Program in Social Hall begins 10:30/10:45.
Space will be available beforehand.
High School Seuda Shlishit with your Bnei Akiva
madrichim. RSVP appreciated: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Grades 2&3 and 4&5, one hour before mincha.
High School 'night in'
Saturday night, April 25th 9:30-10:30: come catch up
with friends after the long Pesach break, and most
importantly, enjoy FREE pizza! We'll be preparing for
Sunday's Yom Hashoa Event to be held @YIEB on
4/27. RSVP REQUIRED: email@example.com
On The Horizon
Bnei Akiva for our Middle Schoolers
On Shabbat, May 3rd, join your fellow middle
schoolers for a private Seuda Shlishit with your Bnei
Akiva madrichim. RSVP appreciated:
Grades 2&3 and 4&5, May 3rd, one hour before
Snif and Bnei Akiva GRAND FINALE EVENT
Less than 1OO days til summer!
Have you signed up for Camp Keshet? It's not to late
to sign up your child for the best summer yet!
Amazing trips, sports, crafts, baking, zumba,
activities and so much more!
Take advantage of our new ‘friendship discount’!
Register with a friend new to camp and split the $100
discount. Two new campers also qualify.
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
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.
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!
It is with much excitement that I join the fantastic
Camp Keshet team this summer as camp director! I
look forward to an amazing summer including
partnering with Bnei Akiva and Yachad as well as
exciting new programs and themes this year.
If you have any questions or concerns please don't
hesitate to contact me via email or phone 732-254-
1860. Looking forward to sending a memorable
summer together! B'shalom, Nataly Weiss
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and Leonard for their
Avraham Ben Moshe
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26 Nisan 5774 Sylvia Kirshner for her Father,
Yaakov ben Gad (Jacob Shyken) on
27 Nisan 5774 Steven Shoen for his Father,
Avraham Moshe Ben Zev (Ira Shoen) on
27 Nisan 5774 Jon Wininger for his Father,
Ephraim Bem Menachem Mendel
(Frederick Wininger) on 4/27/2014
27 Nisan 5774 Julie Katz for her Brother, Chaim
Avner Ben Shmuel Chanoch (Allan Howard
Katz) on 4/27/2014
27 Nisan 5774 Milton and Marvin Goldman for
their Mother, Etta Maita Bat Moshe
Yaakov (Etta Goldman) on 4/27/2014
27 Nisan 5774 Jan Hader for her Mother, Batya
Bayla bat Menahem Mendel Reuben
(Barbara Beverly Horowitz) on 4/27/2014
27 Nisan 5774 Gary Kaplan for his Father, Shimon
Gershon Ben Tzvi Hersh (George Kaplan)
27 Nisan 5774 Eli Dayan for his Father, Yosef Ben
Shlomo (Joseph Dayan) on 4/27/2014
29 Nisan 5774 Miriam Gordon for her Brother,
Mordechai Navarian, on 4/29/2014
30 Nisan 5774 Chayim Stern for his Uncle, Harav
Baruch Aharon Ben Harav Eliezer (Rabbi
Bernard Poupko) on 4/30/2014
1 Iyyar 5774 Evan Katz for his Mother, Rachel
Batya bat Moshe (Bussa Katz) on
The price of a Yahrtzeit plaque is $360. If you are
interested in purchasing a
Yahrtzeit plaque, please
contact Lori Small at
SHUL PARKING LOT
Please do not park nor stand in
Fire Lanes. It is essential we allow
passage of emergency vehicles.
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
http://www.norpac.net/ 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. firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please be vigilant and use the
careful not to
directly in front of
(YIEB does not endorse the Kashrut of any non-YIEB
event or listing appearing in the Newsletter)
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
Thanks once again for supporting me my quest to raise
money for these great causes. Daniel Stroh
YACHAD ALUMNI EVENT
Thirty years of Yachad means thousands of volunteers,
campers and staff who have been a part of the Yachad
family. To reconnect the family, Yachad recently launched
Friends of Yachad to serve as the portal of entry for
Yachad's past to meet its present and to help shape the
future. Join us on May 22nd for the Inaugural Friends of
Yachad Gala. For more information, visit
www.Yachad.org/YachadRocks or contact Naftali
Herrmann at 212.613.8373.
SPECIAL NEEDS CAMP SCHOLARSHIP
The Jewish Federation offers a Special NeedsCamp
Scholarship to special needs children who live in
Middlesex County who attend either day or overnight
camp. Over the years they have helped many parents
send their children to camp thanks to this scholarship.
The application due date has been extended to May 7.
Please reach out to Rosalyn Perrone (contact information
listed below) for an application and eligibility criteria.
Once completed, the forms should be mailed to Roslayn.
Scholarship Program Coordinator
Jewish Federation of Greater Middlesex County
230 Old Bridge Turnpike
South River, NJ 08882
Phone: 732-588-1800; Direct: 732-588-1820
New Jewish Library: Karmiel, in Northern Israel, is
starting a gemach for Jewish books. Karmiel has a small
but growing American community that needs English
books, especially for the teenage and child population.
The library is leileu nishmas Menashe ben Raizel. All
donated books can be dropped off at the home of Aviva
Siegel, 16 Edgemount Road. Sponsors are also welcome
to purchase new books / defray shipping costs. For more
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 – A Weekly Program for Self-
improvement, an anthology. See the ACTT web-site,
www.actt613.org , for the current Learning Schedule
(Modules page) and for all the event audio presentations.
For more info, e-mail email@example.com or call Phil Rosen
Come hear Rabbi Paysach Krohn speak about “Don't Only
Count Your Days, Make Your Days Count” at the ACTT
(Achieving Change through Torah) sponsored community-
wide event on Sunday Night,April 27th, 7:30 PM at
Congregation Ohr Torah. Admission is free. To sponsor the
event, please make out your check to "Congregation Ohr
Torah Rabbi's Discretionary Fund", earmarked "ACTT
sponsor", and mail to ACTT; 48 Edgemount Road; Edison,
NJ 08817. Thank you. See the ACTT web-site,
www.actt613.org, for the current source book & Learning
Schedule (Modules page) and for all the event audio
presentations. For more info, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or
call Phil Rosen (732) 572-8762.
JRecovery: A Jewish Self-Help Group to Complement12-
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
variousaddictions 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 28th, 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
For more information, contact JFVS at 732-777-1940 or
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.
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 www.ENRV.org or contact Bob Lansey
at ENRVInfo@gmail.com. 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.
JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER ANNOUNCES SPRING TRIPS
NEUE GALERIE, Sunday, April 27th
Travel by coach bus to the NEUE Galerie in NYC on
Sunday, April 27th for a docent-led tour of the newest
exhibit “Degenerate Art:The Attack on Modern Art in Nazi
Germany, 1937. Leaves JCC on Oak Tree Rd in Edison at
9:45 AM; Returns approximately 3:30 PM. $50./JCCMC
Member; $55./Non-member. Includes transportation,
admission, private tour, tips and snack. Lunch is on your
own in one of the Museums 2 Cafes or a local restaurant.
WALKING TOUR OF LOWER EAST SIDE, Sunday, May 4th
Dr. Moshe Sherman, Associate Dean of the Graduate
School of Jewish Studies at Touro College will lead this
tour on Sunday, May 4th that will include The Jewish Daily
Forward building, Educational Alliance, Henry Street
Settlement, Henry Street Playhouse, Bialystoker
Synagogue and the Beit Midrash Hagadol. We’ll end the
day with a 1-hour docent-led tour of the Eldridge Street
Synagogue and Museum. Bus leaves Congregation Ohr
Torah in Edison at 12:15 PM and returns approximately
5:30 PM. $42/JCCMC Member; $46/Non-member
includes transportation, tours, tips and snacks.
WALKING TOUR OF JEWISH HARLEM
NYC Tour Guide Marty Schneit will lead this tour on
Wednesday, May 28th which will start at the Apollo
Theater. You’ll see the building where the Blumstein
Brothers had a department store and visit the site where
the Commandment Keepers (Ethiopian Jews) had their
headquarters. We’ll also visit the site where Richard
Rodgers spent his childhood years. Additional sites are
the apartment building where Sholem Aleichem, Molly
Goldberg and Milton Berle lived. We’ll see Mt. Olivet
Baptist Church, which at one time was Temple Israel-the
largest synagogue in Harlem. Bus leaves the JCC on Oak
Tree Rd in Edison at 9:30 AM; returns approximately 4:00
PM. Cost of $55/JCCMC Member; $60/Non-member
includes: transportation, tour, tips and boxed lunch from
The Orchid in Metuchen (select your whole wrap choice
(turkey, grilled vegetable, grilled chicken or schnitzel)
when you register.
WINTERTHUR and THE “COSTUMES OF DOWNTON
ABBEY” EXHIBIT, Wednesday, June 25th
If you are a Downton Abbey fan or just want a lovely day
out you’ll join us for a trip to Winterthur, the famous Du
Pont estate, museum and gardens in Delaware on
Wednesday, June 25. Bus leaves the JCC on Oak Tree Rd
in Edison at 8:45 AM; returns approximately 7:00 PM.
$76/JCCMC Member; $81/Non-member includes
transportation, admission, all docent-guided tours, tram
ride through the gardens, tips and snacks. Lunch is on
your own at Winterthur or bring it from home.
Keep in mind that walking tours include a minimum of 2
hours walking. There is limited seating and reservations
for all trips are on a first come, first served basis. Call
732-494-3232 to have a brochure and forms sent to you.
Questions? Call Diane Mael, Director of Adult Services at
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 information on this and
other upcoming JCC programs and trips please call Diane
Mael, Director of Adult Services at 732-494-3232
Young Israel of East BrunswickWelcomes
Rabbi David Fine
Shabbat, Parshat Kedoshim, April 25th
Rabbi David Fine is the Founder and Dean of the Barkai Center for Practical Rabbinics in Modiin, Israel. He
holds a BA with honors in Judaic Studies from Brandeis University, an MA in Jewish History, and received
rabbinic ordination from the Joseph Straus Rabbinical Seminary in Efrat, Israel. Rabbi Fine served as a rabbi
in Milwaukee, WI and in Overland Park, Kansas, and was involved in overseeing communal Jewish services
such as kosher certification, eruv maintenance and burial. Rabbi Fine made aliyah in 2008 to Modiin.He
previously served as the Facilitator of Jewish Identity at the Modiin Matnas (Community Center) and the
Director of Community and Rabbinic Relations at the Eretz Hemdah Institute in Jerusalem. In addition to
running Barkai, Rabbi Fine also teaches adult education at Sha’arei Yonah Menachem Congregation in
Modi’in. Rabbi Fine is married to Dr. Julie (nee Goldstein), a psychologist, and together they have four
children. Rabbi Fine grew up in East Brunswick and his parents, Roger and Rebecca, were involved in the
founding of YIEB!
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