The synagogue calendar is overflowing with events, programs, and
holidays. On March 1, don’t miss hearing Asher Arian, who will
speak about the momentous decisions Israelis face in the upcoming
elections. On Shabbat March 10 and 11 we look forward to
Scholar-in-Residence Dr. Leonard Fein, who will address three
topics. Our Purim festivities begin on Sunday, March 12 with a
family celebration and presentation of our new Megillat Esther, and on
Monday evening, March 13, the entire community hears the megillah read
and enjoys the holiday festivities. Read on for more March events, and
mark your calendars for Saturday night, April 1 when we hold our
fundraising tribute and celebration.
CANDLE LIGHTING TIMES
3/3 Light candles 5:31
Shabbat ends 6:32
3/10 Light candles 5:39
Shabbat ends 6:40
3/17 Light candles 5:46
Shabbat ends 6:47
3/24 Light candles 5:54
Shabbat ends 6:47
3?31 Light candels 6:01
Shabbat ends 7:03
Monday & Thursday 7:20 a.m.
Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday 7:30 a.m.
Sunday & Civil Holidays 8:30 a.m.
Rosh Hodesh 7:15 a.m.
Evening Minyan (Ma'ariv)
Wednesday at 8 p.m.
Friday Evening Services 5:30 p.m.
Beginning April 7, 6:30 p.m.
Morning Services 10 a.m.
Minyan Rimonim: 3/4, 3/18
West Side Minyan: 3/11, 3/25
Family and Children's Services 11 a.m.
Ages 4 and under
Torah Study 9 a.m.
Torah Min HaShamayim w/ Rabbi Kalmanofsky, 9:30 a.m., through
WEEK OF MARCH 1
Wed/ 3/1 Talmud Study, 7 p.m.
Speaker: Asher Arian on the Israeli Elections, 7:30 p.m.
Thurs. 3/2 Shirei Chesed, 7:30 p.m.
Sat. 2/4 SHABBAT, Parshat Terumah
Bar Mitzvah: Alex Treitel
New Members Reception 4:30 p.m. (off- site)
WEEK OF MARCH 6
Purim class: In Praise of Jewish Parody w/ Prof. David Roskies, 7:30
Tues. 3/7 Israeli Fiction in Translation Reading Group, 7:30 p.m.
Wed. 3/8 Talmud Study, 7 p.m.
Thurs. 3/9 Hebrew Reading, 7:15 p.m.
Shirei Chesed, 7:30 p.m.
Fr. 3/10 Scholar-in-Residence Dr. Leonard Fein
Sat. 2/11 SHABBAT, Parshat Tetzaveh / Shabbat Zachor
Family Kiddush, Noon
Havdalah Bar Mitzvah: Zachary Lynn
Scholar-in-Residence Dr. Leonard Fein
WEEK OF MARCH 12
Family Purim Celebration, 11 a.m.-2 p.m.
Mishloach Manot packaging, 1-4 p.m.
Dance Sundays: Ballroom Bash, 7 p.m.
Mon. 3/13 Fast of Esther
Purim Megillah Readings: Sanctuary Minyan, Minyan M'at, Families
6:30 p.m.; Minyan Rimonim & West Side Minyan 6:45 p.m.
Tues. 3/14 Morning minyan and Megillah reading, 7 a.m.
Wed. 3/15 Talmud Study, 7 p.m.
Thurs. 3/16 Hebrew Reading, 7:15 p.m.
Shirei Chesed, 7:30 p.m.
Sat. 3/18 SHABBAT Parshat Ki Tisa / Shabbat Parah
Bat Mitzvah: Shane Alpert
WEEK OF MARCH 19
Sun. 3/19 Study w/ Rabbi Jonathan Slater, 9:30 a.m.
Wed. 3/22 Talmud Study, 7 p.m.
Thurs. 2/23 Shirei Chesed, 7:30 p.m.
Sat. 3/25 SHABBAT Vayakhel-Pekudei / Shabbat HaHodesh
B'nai Mitzvah: Allegra and Nathaniel Epstein
8th & 9th Grade Lunch w/ Boston Teens
WEEK OF MARCH 26
Mon. 3/27 Birkat HaMazon class w/ Ethan Linden, 7:30 p.m.
Tues. 3/28 Shelter Volunteer Party, 7 p.m.
Wed. 3/29 7th Grade Tzedakah Collective 6:45 P.M.
Talmud Study, 7 p.m.
Board of Trustees, 8 p.m.
Thurs. 3/30 Shirei Chesed, 7:30 p.m.
Message from Rabbi Lauren Kurland
As you may recall, in January, I traveled to Israel for one week
with the Leadership Institute for Congregational School
Principals, a program jointly run by the Jewish Theological
Seminary and Hebrew Union College, and funded by the UJA. Visiting
Israel with other educators allowed me to view the country with
new eyes. My time in the land was experienced as a series of
“teachable moments,” which I could repack and bring back to the
Ansche Chesed community.
On one bright morning in Haifa, we visited a secular Jewish
school, where students speak Hebrew and learn Tanakh
(Bible) as literature, but do not otherwise necessarily relate to
nor practice Judaism. [A brief note about Israeli schools: the
Israeli school system consists of many separate but equal schools
- there are Arab schools and Jewish schools, and then within
government-funded Jewish schools, there are dati, religious
schools, and hiloni, secular schools.] At the hiloni
school we visited, a special outside organization had been
contracted to teach Jewish studies for 45 minutes every week in
order to provide more meaning to students about Judaism than they
might otherwise be exposed to simply by living in the state of
Israel. In the 2nd grade classroom we observed, the teacher
presented a lesson on Tefila, prayer. She wrote Tefila
on the board in Hebrew, and then asked the children to free
associate words that relate to Tefila. The children, having
a command of the Hebrew language, offered all sorts of impressive
words and ideas, among them: Beit Knesset (synagogue),
Beit HaMikdash (the holy Temple), siddur (prayerbook),
tefillin (phylacteries), and haKotel (the Western
Wall). I sat there with my mouth open; would that American Jewish
children so easily make such complex associations! However, the
teacher later shared with us that just because her students knew
these words as part of their vocabulary did not mean that they
resonated with the concepts behind them. Knowing the word Beit
Knesset and recognizing that it relates to Tefila does
not mean that a child appreciates the meaning of a Beit Knesset
or considers it a place to go in times of need or for silent
This distinction, we learned, is one between safah
(language) and lashon (tongue). When one learns safah,
or language, one literally obtains the tools to communicate. When
one learns lashon, however, one finds meaning and
connection through the words and concepts. Teaching safah,
as the Israeli classroom observation showed, is relatively easy;
teaching lashon is difficult. Acquiring lashon
requires taking each concept a step further to understand how
words and concepts shape and form our Jewish identities. Lashon,
indeed, is what we wish our children to learn, and it requires
much more than a good education – be it through day school or
afterschool – to learn lashon, our children must be steeped
in the concepts and cycles of Jewish life. May we as a community
find ways together to provide transformational opportunities so
that we and our children develop a lashon that affects the
very essence of ourselves.
-- Reprinted from the Hebrew School Shavuon
Guest Lecture Wednesday, March 1: Asher Arian
Wednesday, March 1 at 7:30 p.m.
THE UPCOMING ISRAELI ELECTIONS: EVOLUTION OR REVOLUTION?
Speaker: Professor Asher Arian
Please join us for the second in a series of programs exploring
Israel’s momentous decisions in next month’s elections.
Professor Arian has written and taught extensively about
democracy in Israel and about trends in Israeli politics. He is
Distinguished Professor at the City University of New York
Graduate Center and Professor of Political Science at the
University of Haifa.
A New Program for Senior Adults
Beginning Wednesday, March 1
Noon - 1:30 p.m.
Ansche Chesed is pleased to inaugurate its Senior Adult Program.
Join your peers for a new series of lunchtime sessions with
secular, religious, and senior-related themes, as well as films,
discussions, and more. Come on the first Wednesday of the month,
beginning in March. This month Rabbi Lauren Kurland will join the
group to discuss topics relating to Purim. The group will meet in
the chapel. Bring your own dairy or parve lunch, and we will
provide tea, seltzer, and cookies.
Scholar-in-Residence Dr. Leonard Fein, March 10 & 11
We welcome Dr. Leonard Fein
as Scholar-in- Residence on
Shabbat, March 10 and 11. Dr. Fein, a prolific writer, a
well-known educator and the founder of the magazine Moment
as well as of Mazon: A Jewish Response to Hunger
speak on three diverse topics.
FRIDAY EVENING LECTURE
Services 5:30 p.m., Potluck Dinner 6:30 p.m., Lecture 7:45 p.m.
The Very First Question That Was Ever Asked: Judaism as an
The grand theme of Judaism takes us from Avraham’s “hineini”
– here I am – to Isaiah’s. The question is always the same: “Where
are you?” What does “here I am” mean in our time?
SHABBAT LUNCH LECTURE
Potluck lunch follows services.
B’reshit 8:21 vs. Anne Frank
“The designs of man are evil from his youth.” That’s God, just
after the flood. “In spite of everything, I still believe that
people are good at heart.” That’s Anne Frank, a child. Whom shall
we trust on so basic a disagreement?
SEUDAH SHLISHIT STUDY SESSION, 5:15 p.m.
Dreams and Disappointments: Reflections on Israel
Can one be simultaneously a critic of Zion and a lover of Zion?
How can one set aside the disapointments – there have been many –
and restore the dream? Does dreaming make any sense in light of
the harsh realities of the Middle East?
Friday Night Dinner: Dinner is a dairy meal. Please
bring enough to serve 8 people generously. Last names A-H bring
salads, vegetables or other side dishes; I-S bring entrees; T- Z
bring desserts. Everyone is also encouraged to bring a bottle of
kosher wine or other beverage.
Shabbat Lunch: You may bring an item for a potluck lunch
OR contribute $10 toward the purchase of food.
For AC’s kashrut policy, refer to http://www.anschechesed.org/misc/kashrut.htm.
RSVP to ext. 205 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
PURIM AT ANSCHE CHESED
Purim Learning: In Praise of Parody
with Prof. David Roskies
Monday, March 6, 7:30 p.m.
Purim is more than mere child’s play or a once-a-year license
for shtick and folic. Come learn from a long- time Purim-shpieler
and scholar of Jewish culture how parody is part and parcel of the
Jewish religious, historical, and artistic imagination.
Sunday, March 12, 10:30 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Purim crafts, hamantaschen making, storytelling, magic show,
presentation of the new Megillah, and more! See the family
programs article for details.
Community Mishloach Manot Packaging
Sunday, March 12, 1 – 4 p.m.
Get to know other members while having fun by packaging
mishloach manot, Purim gift packages, for the Ansche Chesed
community fundraiser. Email email@example.com if you can help, or
just stop by the chapel.
Reading of Megillat Esther
Monday evening, March 13
The reading of the Purim Megillah and the attendant
festivities take place on Monday evening, March 13. The Sanctuary
Minyan and Minyan M’at begin at 6:30. West Side Minyan and Minyan
Rimonim will join together for the reading of the Megillah at
Kids are invited to come in costume at 6:30 for a retelling of
the Purim story and for spirited Purim songs. A costume parade in
the Sanctuary and sweet treats will follow.
Morning Minyan Megillah Reading
Come to morning minyan at 7 a.m. for a rereading of the whole
Reflections on Purim
Purim, this year falling on March 13th in the secular calendar, is
a marvelous holiday for children. Purim encourages children to
really be children – to run around the synagogue, to wear funny
costumes, and to make noise during the reading of the Megillah
in order to viscerally respond to the heroes and enemies in our
lives. We adults can learn a lot from children during Purim: to
let down our guard once in a while and show our silly sides, and
to embrace the tactile and amusing aspects of Judaism as fully as
we do its intellectual and serious side. Our children need our
release as much as we do; if they only observe us approaching
Judaism in a serious fashion, they are unlikely to associate
positively long- term with synagogue life. On the other hand, if
they see adults enjoying – truly enjoying – holidays, and sharing
joy together and with the community-at- large, they are more
likely to view Judaism as a religion that offers, in the theme of
Ecclesiastes, a time to celebrate and time to be serious. While
Ansche Chesed, to its credit, is hardly the type of synagogue
where people act unreasonably formally, we too are reminded by
Purim that the beauty of Judaism is its ability to embrace old and
young, clown and scholar. May your Adar be full of joy and
happiness. Hag Sameah!
-- Rabbi Lauren Kurland
Family Program News
PURIM CELEBRATION – Sunday, March 12, 10:30 am- 2:00 pm
The community is invited to the Ansche Chesed Purim Celebration on
Sunday, March 12th. The celebration is sponsored by the Ansche
Chesed Hebrew School and co-sponsored by Yaldaynu Preschool and
the Ansche Chesed Family Social Action Committee. Doors open at
10:30 am for Purim crafts & hamentaschen making (co-sponsored with
Yaldaynu Preschool) and a child-friendly, participatory retelling
of the Purim story. Soferet
(scribe) Jen Taylor Friedman
will then present a new Megillat Esther
(scroll of Esther)
dedicated to the children of Ansche Chesed – a rare and special
opportunity for your family to learn about the process of creating
such a scroll. At 12:30 pm, magician Elliot Zimet will perform
Purim magic, and at 1:00 pm, families are invited to make gift
packages for residents of the Jewish Home & Hospital, the Ansche
Chesed Shelter, and other causes. The gift packages are sponsored
by the AC Family Social Action Committee. Cost for the day: $10
per child/Maximum $25 per family. There will be food for purchase.
All are invited to come in costume!
Gift Package Delivery at the Purim Celebration, March 12
The Ansche Chesed Family Social Action Committee is a new,
parent-run committee that grew out of Ansche Chesed’s ReImagine
work over the past two years. On Hanukkah, the Family Social
Action Committee sponsored a trip to the Jewish Home & Hospital
Day Center to teach the participants dreidel and to sing
Hanukkah songs. Over the course of the year, the Family Social
Action Committee will sponsor additional programs for families to
engage in social action and tikkun olam (repairing the
world). Our next program will take place on March 12th at the AC
Purim Celebration, at which the Family Social Action Committee
will proudly co- sponsor a gift package program to benefit the
Jewish Home & Hospital, the Ansche Chesed Homeless Shelter, and
other causes. Package making will begin at 1 pm. At 1:45 pm,
3rd-6th graders and their families are invited to learn more about
the Purim mitzvah of matanot l’evyonim (gifts for the
poor), and then deliver these packages to the Jewish Home on 106th
Street. 7th graders are also invited to make packages and deliver
them to an elderly residence home on the Upper West Side. Space is
limited for package delivery, so please call Mara at 212-865- 0600
x 207 to reserve your place! Contact Rabbi Kurland at 212-865-0600
x 208 for more information on how your family can get involved
with future family social action programs.
Purim Celebration Volunteers Needed
Teens and adult volunteers are needed to staff food tables, assist
with arts & crafts projects, and face paint at the Purim
Celebration on March 12. Teen volunteers can get community service
hours for this work. Contact Rabbi Kurland to sign up.
FAMILY KIDDUSH, March 11 – Sponsors Still Needed
We look forward to another Family Kiddush after family services on
March 11. We are still looking for sponsors; email LKurland@AnscheChesed.org
if you would like to co-sponsor the kiddush.
B’NAI MITZVAH RETREAT
The First Annual Ansche Chesed B’nai Mitzvah retreat for
children whose bar or bat mitzvah falls in 5767
(school year 2006-2007) will take place on Sunday, May 21. Letters
will be going out shortly to all families in our database.
THE ANSCHE CHESED HEBREW SCHOOL
The Ansche Chesed Hebrew School is going strong in its second
semester as our students continue to work hard learning Torah,
Hebrew and Jewish values. Check for Purim Madlibs written by ACHS
students in your Mishloach Manot packages this month! Some
highlights from our classes this month: The Hey (5th grade) class
performed a student-written play about the Kedushah at
Tefilah two weeks ago; the Vav (6th grade) class will be
entertaining the other classes in a festive Adar fashion this
week; and the Dalet (4th grade) class invites our senior friends
to come bake with us on April 4th. Contact Lauren at x.208 for
more information about baking with the Dalet class.
There’s still time to contribute to the Megillah fundraiser
sponsored by the Hebrew School. The Megillah, which is
dedicated to all the children of Ansche Chesed, is being written
by soferet (scribe) Jen Taylor Friedman and is sure to be a
delight to all who hear and see it. We thank all those who have
contributed so far. If you need another form, or more information
about the Megillah, call x 208 or email LKurland@AnscheChesed.org.
A highlight of Adar at the Hebrew School is having the soferet
come in to demonstrate her work on the Megillah completed thus
far. She will be visiting on Thursday, March 2 from 3:45-4:15 pm
and then again from 4:20-4:45 pm. All community members are also
invited to observe the hands-on, experiential presentation;
contact LKurland@AnscheChesed.org if you would like to attend.
The Hebrew School ReImagine Task Force
The Hebrew School ReImagine Task Force has met three times since
December and after much discussion and sharing about the nature
and future of our School, is in the process of drafting a vision
statement for the Hebrew School. Stay tuned for more updates about
this vision statement and the initiatives that it inspires.
Hebrew School Applications for Next Year
Do you know a family interested in Hebrew School for next year?
The Ansche Chesed Hebrew School will shortly be printing
applications for its 2006-2007 school year. If you know of anyone
who would like an application, contact Rabbi Kurland at x 208.
YOUTH AT ANSCHE CHESED
7th/8th Grade Ansche Chesed “Survivor” – Sunday, March 5
Postponed because of snow, Ansche Chesed “Survivor” for kids in
7th and 8th grades will be held on Sunday, March 5 from 2:00-3:30
pm. RSVP to Sarah Chandler, youth educator, at youth@AnscheChesed.org.
8th and 9th graders – Shabbat Lunch – March 25, 1 pm
8th and 9th graders are invited to meet with 8th and 9th graders
from Congregation Beth Israel from Andover, Massachusetts on
Saturday, March 25. Lunch will be served! Contact LKurland@AnscheChesed.org
Panim el Panim
Escorted by Rabbi Kalmanofsky, six students attended the Panim el
Panim program over Presidents’ Weekend in Washington, DC, to learn
more about the intersection of Jewish values and governmental
advocacy. Next time you see them, ask students Daniel Giovanelli,
Katy Joseph, Rebeka Racz, Eliana Fishman, Lily Schwarzbaum and
Sara Mishra about their adventures in DC!
-- Rabbi Lauren Kurland
TRIBUTE 2006, APRIL 1
On Saturday night, April 1, we honor members of our community for
their dedication and service to Ansche Chesed with a celebratory
evening, including tributes, performances, food and drink. This
year's honorees are Martin and Tamara Green, Dovid and Shana
and Rabbi Marion Shulevitz. This is the
year's major fundraiser, so make your reservations and send in
your journal ads soon!
MY ISRAEL: PHOTOS FROM MY ALBUM
Celebrate Yom HaAtzma’ut by sharing your personal photos of
Israel with the Ansche Chesed community.
Yom HaAtzma’ut, Israel Independence Day, will be celebrated at
Ansche Chesed on Tuesday evening, May 2. The event will feature a
display of photographs taken in Israel by synagogue members. Go
through your albums, pick your favorites, and share your memories
with the community. The committee will decide which photos will
Pictures must be personal or family photos taken in Israel
either by or of the participant, or by or of someone in the
participant’s family. You may submit up to five photographs.
Maximum size is 8 ½ by 11 inches, and we wish accept only prints.
You may submit a color photocopy. Please do not submit your only
copy, as we cannot by responsible for its safe return.
Each photo must be accompanied by the following information:
Who took the picture, where and when it was taken, the subject,
and optionally, what the photo means to you.
Photos can be left at AC starting immediately, or can be mailed
to the AC office. Deadline is April 7.
ALSO IN APRIL:
Pesach will soon be here, and on Sunday, April 2 at 5:30 p.m. we
will show the animated film Prince of Egypt. Rabbi
Burton Visotzky will introduce the film and lead a discussion
afterward. Not just for children, adults will enjoy this film too.
COMMUNITY SECOND NIGHT SEDER
Thursday, April 13
This year Ansche Chesed will again host a community seder led by
SHIREI CHESED CONCERT
Mark your calendars for Sunday, May 14 at 4:00 PM when we will be
treated to a performance by Ansche Chesed's community chorus,
Shirei Chesed, under the direction of Hazzan Natasha Hirschhorn.
Shirei Chesed will be joined by Shiru Shiru, the Brooklyn Jewish
Community Chorus, also directed by Hazzan Hirschhorn. The
sanctuary will be filled with the sound of 80 voices accompanied
by piano, cello, flute, violin and percussion.
TUV HA'ARETZ THIRD SEASON
Spring is just around the corner, and the Garden of Eve farm will
once again join with Hazon's Tuv Ha'aretz program to offer the
community shares of fresh vegetables, fruit, and flowers. Pickup
is from AC on Wednesday evenings. Registration forms will be
Outings Group Dance Sundays
March 12, 7-10 p.m. Ballroom Bash!
The blizzard canceled the February dance, but here's another
chance to learn and dance the classics. Empire Dance will teach
the waltz and foxtrot, and provide swing, disco and Latin breaks.
No partners are necessary, and all are welcome.
AC and MOMC members $15, non-members $20
News & Notes
MAZAL TOV TO:
February's b'nai mitzvah:
Elinor Hoffman on the death of her mother, Clara Hoffman.
Joseph Allerhand on the death of his father, Irving
Caren Raphael on the death of her father, Harvey Raphael.
Jesus Fernandez, member of the Ansche Chesed maintenance
staff, on the death of his mother.
TODAH RABBAH TO:
January and February Shelter Volunteers:
(Names in bold are AC members)
Donations not listed will be included in next month's
Vivian Awner in honor of the morning minyan
Patricia Salkin and Howard Gross in memory of Marty
Bethamie Horowitz and Barry Holtz in memory of Edna
Hoffman, mother of Elaine Morris and grandmother of David Morris
Marjorie Hort in honor of the Bat Mitzvah of Avital
Lana Kalickstein in honor of Emily Stuchiner's Bat
Mitzvah, the Bar Mitzvah of Jasper Lee and the Bat Mitzvah of
Stefan and Mary Krieger in memory of Vivien Krieger
Jocelyn Maskow in honor of the Bat Mitzvah of Ariel Cohen
and in memory of Steve Skiena's father
Bethany Schulman and Jay Moses
Bill and Marion Shulevitz in memory of Edna Hoffman
Michele Siegel in memory of Steve Skiena's father, Morris
Skiena and Linda Ralston's mother
Sharon Strassfeld in honor of the Bar and Bat Mitzvah of
Nathaniel and Allegra Rosenberg- Epstein; in memory of Andrea
Bronfman;in gratitude to Andrea Stern
Vivian Awner in memory of her mother, Ruth Awner
Oscar Awner in memory of his father, Jacob Awner and his
brother, Max Awner
Shelly Bazes-Bard in memory of her father, Moshe Bazes
and her mother, Sylvia Bazes
Bonnie Beck in memory of her father, Irving Beck
Aline Benzaken in memory of her husband, Maurice Benzaken
Bettina Berch in memory of her father, Julian Berch
Howard Berkowitz in memory of his father, Fred Berkowitz
Judy Birnkrant in memory of her father, Paul Horowitz
Theodore Braude in memory of his son, Matthew Braude
Stephan Brumberg in memory of his mother, Ruth Brumberg;
his father, Harry Brumberg; his wife, Pamela Brumberg; his
grandfather, Max Yager
Evelyn Dicheck in memory of her son, Arthur Dichek
Gary Dreiblatt in memory of his father, Murray Dreiblatt
Evan Eisenberg in memory of his mother, Arlene Eisenberg
Beatrice Epstein in memory of her husband, Nathan Epstein
Louise Gabel in memory of her mother, Cora Kohn
Marilyn Goldberg in memory her father, Nathan Goldberg
Esther and Walter Hautzig in memory of her father's dear
friend, Cemach Reis; in memory of her uncle, Sioma Rudomin and
great uncle, Max Hillson
Carol Ingall in memory of her mother, Elisheva
Ruth Kaufman in memory of her parents, Chiel and
Martin Mann in memory of his mother, Fanny Mann
Fred Mansbach in memory of his father, Aron Mansbach
Abraham Melezin in memory of his wife, Rachela Melezin
Ronald Morris in memory of his father, Philip B. Morris
Elisheva Urbas and David Morris in memory of Sheldon
Helane Rosenberg in memory of her stepfather, Dave
Sol Rosenkranz in memory of his brother, Harry
Rosenkranz,his brother-in-law, Felix Cooper, his loved one,
Shimon Coope, his mother-in-law, Zippa Chava Cooper and his
sister-in-law, Felicia Cooper
Nan Salamon in memory of her father, Elias Salamon
Nahma Sandrow in memory of her grandmother, Molly Sandrow
Leah Schaefer in memory of her brother, Sidney Cahan
Hugh Segal in memory of his father, Sammy Segal
Deborah Shapira and Barry Stern in memory of Deborah's
mother, Karen Shapira
Ellen Summer in memory of her father-in-law, Harold
Benyamin Cirlin and Miriam Benhaim
Esther Hautzig in memory of her grandfather, Solomon ben
Shimon Rudomin and her stepmother, Sonia Etingin Rudomin
Eleanor and Chuck Lieberman in honor of the marriage of
their cousin and friends, Isaac Green and Shannon Frank
Margaret and Katherine Stevens in honor of the marriage
of their cousin and friends, Isaac Green and Shannon Frank
RABBI'S DISCRETIONARY FUND
Melanie Birnholtz and Matt Hildebrandt in honor of Rabbi
Elizabeth and Jon Warms in honor of Larry Levi's
Celebration of Life
Ruth Salzman and Ira Salzman in honor of Larry and
CHILDREN'S TEFILLAH FUND
Navah Perlman Frost and Robert Frost
KOL NIDRE DONATIONS
Francis & Floyd Horowitz
Janet Scharf in memory of her mother, Margaret Scharf
HEBREW SCHOOL MEGILLAH PROJECT
Diane Dreher, Larry and Noah Amsel in memory of Joseph
and Pearl Amsel
Cheryl and Seth Bressman in honor of Buron and Irene
Kay Cynamon in memory of Shepard and Sarah Cynamon
Monica , Paul and Aliza Feffer
Nina Fischer and Leo and Ruby Fine
Linda Goldstein in honor of Andre and Stefan Manuel
Sheryl Reich and David Greenberg
Claudia Chernov and Joshua Hanft
Rebecca Joseph in honor of Rabbi Lauren Kurland
Wendy, Avery, Batia and Margalit Katz
Rabbi Jan Caryl Kaufman in honor of Paul and Sarah
Judith Kohn in memory of Edward Berman
Elena Blount and Barry Levinson
Tom and Amy Marx
Lenore, Ken, Julian and Stephen Michaels
Karen Palmer in honor of Sheera, Alan and Seth Palmer
David and Jennie Rosenn in memory of Lillian Teitelbaum
Ellen Schorr in honor of Rabbi Lauren Kurland and The
Hebrew School Faculty
Deborah Shulevitz and Ori Schwartzburg in memory of
Marion and William Shulevitz
Micky and Larry Silverman in memory of Ann Bronstein
Burt Visotzky and Sandy Edelman in honor of the Bar
Mitzvah of Sam Riggs, grandson of Leah Schaefer
Andrew Braiterman and Ronne Mandelker in memory of
Natasha Hirschhorn's grandmother, Sarra Izrail