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RABBI EFREM GOLDBERG

Marah D’asrah

RABBI PHILIP MOSKOWITZ

assistant rabbi

DAVID WOLGIN, PhD

PresiDent

RABBI JOSH BROIDE

Outreach rabbi

RABBI URI PILICHOWSKI

teen rabbi

RABBI MORDECHAI SMOLARCIK

rabbi, brs West

RABBI KENNETH BRANDER

rabbi eMeritus

MATTHEW HOCHERMAN

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ALIZA PILICHOWSKI

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KERRY PURCELL

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FRIDAy NIGHT

Candle Lighting 5:55 pm

Mincha/Kabbalat Shabbat 6:00 pm

SHABBAT DAy

Rabbi’s Class 4:45 pm

“Torah Laws:

A Social and Moral Revolution”

Rabbanit Avigail Rock

Shabbat Mincha 5:45 pm

Ma’ariv/Havdalah 6:50 pm

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From the rabbi’s Desk

The best talk I have ever heard at a Rabbinic convention came not from a Rabbi, a scholar, a

mental health professional or a Rosh Yeshiva. It came from a 19 year old young man who had

recently returned from his year in Israel. To the credit of the convention chairs, he was invited

to share the perspective of his peers on the state of the Orthodox Community and the role of

Rabbis in leading it. He shared many important insights that day, but one of them in particular

has stuck with me ever since.

“Not

Just Your

Parent’s

Rabbi”

“When kids are growing up and they need someone to speak to,” he said, “they don’t think of

going to their Shul Rabbi for one simple reason. Children perceive ‘The Rabbi’ as their parent’s

Rabbi, not their own.” I thought of his words last week when visiting with students from our

community currently spending the year in Israel. Yocheved and I tried to communicate that

when they return from their year in Israel we welcome a close relationship with them. We told

them that we hope that they know that they didn’t leave their access to Rebbeim and teachers

behind in Israel, but they have others to turn to in America who care deeply about them and are

available to talk, learn together or help in any other way.

Obviously, a relationship between a Rabbi and the children of the community begins long before their year in

Israel and needs to be cultivated from an early age. Since becoming the Rabbi of BRS eight years ago, I have had

the privilege and blessing of naming almost every one of the close to 335 children who have been born in our

community during that time. Sadly, in too many cases, I haven’t had the chance to use that name many times since

then, as it is extremely challenging to spend time with the more than 1,000 children in our community.

In this week’s parasha, Terumah, the Torah describes the keruvim, the two figurines that adorned the top of the

Aron, the ark that housed the tablets in the Mishkan. These golden angels were molded in the image of children.

One would think that the centerpiece of the Holy of Holies would have the image of a pious old man or a virtuous

aged woman. Why would our great Torah, its values and teachings be associated specifically with children?

Though the answer may sound clichéd, I believe it is true – children are our future. As we think about the

Torah we are to imagine it being adorned with and protected by the faces of children. Children are exuberant,

enthusiastic, filled with energy, purity, curiosity and wholesomeness.

Shul Rabbis, in my opinion, need to work harder to not only be Rabbis to adults and parents, but to be the Rabbis

for the children of our communities who are indeed our very future. I personally am committed to spend more

time in our teen minyan, at onegs, visiting our schools and spending time informally with our children.

However, I need your help. Please encourage your children to be receptive to a relationship. Remind them to

come say hello, to wish a good Shabbos and to come to a youth or teen event. There is no better time to forge

a strong bond than when a child is young. For years, I watched with great admiration and frankly with slight

jealously as every BRS child approached Rabbi Klein z’l at some point over Shabbos to receive a candy coupled

with a warm smile and loving handshake.

I don’t have the age, wisdom or charm of Rabbi Klein, but I do have the will and desire to greet every BRS child

and wish them a good Shabbos by name.

I would be honored if you would help me by sending your children up after davening so that I may give them a

candy, wish them a good Shabbos and hopefully, be their Rabbi in addition to just yours.

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HAlACHIC queSTION OF THe Week

Q: I was not Observant when I got married and had non-kosher witnesses at my chupa and on my

kesubah. Do I need to do anything?

A: According to Halacha, to be a kosher witness one must be a Jewish male over the age of 13, shabbos

and kosher observant and not related to the bride or groom. If the witnesses either under the chupa or

on the kesubah don’t meet those criteria, a new chupa and new kesubah need to be arranged. This can

be done in a confidential, modest ceremony in my office. Alternatively, it can be an opportunity for a

joyful, public celebration and a second wedding.

Please submit your question of the week on any topic to Rabbi Efrem Goldberg at reg@brsonline.org

pARSHA queSTIONS

queSTIONS - TeRumAH

1. The donation of silver for the Mishkan differed from the donation of the other items. How?

2. Describe two uses of:

(a) oil ,

(b) spices,

(c) jewels

3. Why is the Torah referred to as “testimony”?

4. What did the faces of the Keruvim resemble?

5. On what day of the week was the Lechem Hapanim baked?

6. What was the purpose of the Menorah’s Gevi’im (cups)?

7. How did Moshe know the shape of the Menorah?

8. What designs were embroidered into the tapestries of the Mishkan?

9. How long was the Mishkan?

10. How wide was the interior of the Mishkan?

ANSWeRS - TeRumAH

All references are to the verses and Rashi’s commentary, unless otherwise stated.

1. The donation of silver for the Mishkan differed from the donation of the other items. How? 25:3 - No fixed

amount of the other items was required. The silver was given as a fixed amount: a half-shekel.

2. Describe two uses of:

(a) oil ,

(b) spices,

(c) jewels

25:6-7:

(a). The oil was lit in the Menorah and used for anointing.

(b). The spices were used in the anointing oil and for the incense.

(c). The precious stones were for the Ephod and the Choshen.

3. Why is the Torah referred to as “testimony”? 25:16 - It testifies that G-d commanded us to keep the Mmitzvot.

4. What did the faces of the Keruvim resemble? 25:18 - The faces of children.

5. On what day of the week was the Lechem Hapanim baked? 25:29 - Friday.

6. What was the purpose of the Menorah’s gevi’im (cups)? 25:31 - Purely ornamental.

7. How did Moshe know the shape of the Menorah? 25:40 – G-d showed Moshe a Menorah of fire.

8. What designs were embroidered into the tapestries of the Mishkan? 26:1 - On one side, a lion; on the other side,

an eagle.

9. How long was the Mishkan? 26:16 - 30 Amot.

10. How wide was the interior of the Mishkan? 26:23 - 10 Amot.

Questions and Answers are courtesy of Ohr Somayach.

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pARSHA

SummARy

TeRumAH

Building the Mishkan. Hashem

commanded Moshe to build a

Mishkan (Sanctuary), symbolizing His

presence among the Jewish people. The

instructions respecting the construction

of the utensils and the actual building

needed in the Mishkan are detailed in

this Parsha.

The Mishkan consisted of the Chatzeir

(Outer Court), containing the altar for

burnt offerings and the laver used by the

Kohanim (Priests), and the Tabernacle,

which was divided into two chambers --

(a) the Outer Chamber (the Kodesh) to

which only Priests who performed sacred

duties had access and which contained

the Shulchan (Table of Showbread),

Menorah, and Mizbeiach HaKatoress

(Alter of Incense); and (b) the Inner

Chamber (the Kodesh Kadoshim

[“Holy of Holies”]), which only the

Kohen Gadol (High Priest) entered on

Yom Kippur and which contained the

sacred Aron (the Ark holding the 10

Commandments).

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SHABBAT SCHeDule

FriDay Night

Candle Lighting 5:55 pm

Sephardic Minyan (Sephardic Beit Midrash) 5:55 pm

Mincha/Kabbalat Shabbat (Rand Sanctuary) 6:00 pm

Friday Night Live: Please invite someone to this Outreach Program 6:00 pm

shabbat Day

Neitz Minyan (Sephardic Beit Midrash) 6:10 am

Hashkama Minyan (Social Hall) 7:25 am

Sephardic Minyan (Sephardic Beit Midrash) 8:30 am

Ashkenazi Minyan (Rand Sanctuary) 9:00 am

Shacharit: Ty Kay

Sermon: Rabbi Efrem Goldberg

Mussaf: Ty Kay

Shtiebel Minyan (Shtiebel Beit Midrash) 9:30 am

Teen Minyan (Berdugo Beit Midrash - Room 104 & 105) 9:45 am

Sof Zman Kriat Shema 9:45 am

Explanatory Service (Katz Library) 10:00 am

Youth Tefillah Groups (Jacobs and Rubin Youth & Senior Center) 10:00 am

Rabbi’s Class 4:45 pm

“Torah Laws:

A Social and Moral Revolution”

Rabbanit Avigail Rock

Sephardic Mincha (Sephardic Beit Midrash) 5:40 pm

Ashkenazi Mincha (Rand Sanctuary) 5:45 pm

Sh’kiah 6:14 pm

Ma’ariv/Havdalah 6:50 pm

shabbat learNiNg

Tefillah Insights with Rabbi Josh Broide (Rand Sanctuary) 8:30 am

Sichot of the Lubavitcher Rebbe with Rabbi Levine (Shtiebel Biet Mid) 8:30 am

Teachings of the Ba’al Shem Tov (Shtiebel Beit Midrash) 9:00 am

Advanced Gemara Chabura with Rabbi Dr. Zvi Yehuda (Board Room) 9:15 am

Junior Congregation (Shechet Beit Midrash - Room 205 & 206) 10:00 am

Youth Groups (Drop-off begins at 10:00 am) 10:30 am

Sephardic Roundtable (Sephardic Beit Midrash) 11:00 am

Father & Son Learning (Senders Library) 4:00 pm

Daf Yomi between Mincha Ma’ariv

Parshat tetzaveh

Parshat zachor

Friday Night Live: Please invite someone to this Outreach Program 6:00 pm

Sephardic Minyan (Sephardic Beit Midrash) 6:00 pm

Candle Lighting 6:00 pm

Mincha/Kabbalat Shabbat (Rand Sanctuary) 6:05 pm

Maariv/Havdalah (Shabbat) 6:54 pm

DAIly mINyANIm

ashkeNazi shacharit

Daf Yomi (Sunday - Friday) 7:00 am

Sunday (Social Hall) 6:25, 7:15, 8:00 & 9:00 am

Monday (Social Hall) (President Day) 6:15, 7:00, 8:00 & 9:00 am

Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday (Social Hall) 6:25, 7:00 & 8:00 am

Thursday (Social Hall) (Ta’anit Esther Observed) 6:05, 7:00 & 8:00 am

Monday - Friday (Senders Library) 7:45 am

sePharDic shacharit

Shacharit (Sunday - Friday) 6:25 & 8:00 am

miNcha/ma’ariv

Early Mincha (Sunday) 1:00 pm

Mishna Berura Yomi (Sunday - Thursday) 5:45 pm

Sephardic Minyan (Sunday - Thursday) (Sephardic Beit Midrash) 5:55 pm

Ashkenazi Minyan (Sunday - Thursday) (Social Hall) 6:00 pm

Daf Yomi (Sunday - Thursday) (Board Room) 8:40-9:30 pm

Late Ma’ariv (Sunday - Thursday) 9:30 pm

the weiNbaum yeshiva high school miNcha scheDule

Mon 3:15 pm - Tues 3:10 pm - Wed 3:15 pm - Thurs 3:15 pm

BRS WeST

(At the Hillel Day School, 21001 95th Ave. • (305) 725-2292 • www.brswestonline.org)

Mincha/Kabbalat Shabbat (Note NEW time) 5:50 pm

Candle Lighting 5:55 pm

Morning Class with Rabbi Smolarcik 8:45 am

Shacharit (Shabbat) 9:30 am

Youth Groups 10:30 am

Mincha (Shabbat) 5:40 pm

Maariv 6:50 pm

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Boca Raton Synagogue

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lIFe CyCle

BIRTHDAyS

Theo Klewansky Ken Ostroff

Ileana Flics Batya Belizon Risa Zimmerman

Aaron Katz

ANNIveRSARy

Mitch & Lorys Stiel

Eli and Grace Rindsberg

WelCOme TO THe COmmuNITy

Kenneth & Chaya Fixler

Sam & Aviva Haimoff

Family & Friends here in honor of the Fixler Simcha

Stephanie Karger

Iser and Estelle Kay

Family & Friends here in honor of the Kay Simcha

WelCOme NeW memBeRS

Elizabeth Serra

CONDOleNCeS TO

Rabbi Nathan Zemel on the passing of his beloved sister, Blanche Herberg.

AppReCIATION

Joyce Hacker extends a heartfelt thanks for all the calls, caring and concern

during her recent illness and recovery.

ReFuAH SHlAymAH

For members of BRS Community.

For all other Refuah Shlaymah needs, please see Tehillim Circle

Rabbi Shmuel Jarashow

Shmuel Tzvi ben Shayna

Cantor Lazar Wax

Eliezer ben Sara Golda

Sol Feldman

Shlomo Dov ben Chana

Abraham Katzman

Abraham Yehoshua Ha’Cohen ben Chaia

Merv Jacobs

Meir ben Sarah

Robert Strauss

Chayim Ha’Levi ben Tzippora

Spencer Cohen

Zalman Meyer ben Sarah

Moshe Applebaum

Moshe Zvi ben Rachel Leah

Israel Margolies

Yisrael Chaim ben Malka Hassia

Jacob Kazinec

Yaakov Tzvi ben Leah

Helen Ijac

Alta Haita bat Devorah

Ruth Sherman

Rochel bat Batsheva

Joan Noven

Rochel Tova bat Malka

Beverly Kassirer

Briendle bat Pessel

Ariella Berman

Ariella Sarah bat Elisheva Malka

Lian Sae Bloom

Leah Sura bat Machla Feigela

Beverly Kellman

Baila Rus bat Sarah

Shoshana bat Bella

Devora Frayda bat Basya

Rosalie Somsky

Raizel Chaika bat Ita

yAHRzeITS

Moshe Elkoby in memory of his father Chaim Elkoby, 5 Adar

Deanna Shulman in memory of her brother Sanford Green, 5 Adar

Dr. Bennett Salamon in memory of his mother Bassie Salamon, 5 Adar

Warren Shimoff in memory of his father Irving Shimoff, 5 Adar

Doni Greenblatt in memory of his father Fred Greenblatt, 6 Adar

Josh Herschberg in memory of his father Bernard Herschberg, 6 Adar

Bruce Nimhauser in memory of his mother Rosa Helen Nimhauser, 6 Adar

Irwin Tannenbaum in memory of his father Nathan Tannenbaum , 6 Adar

Abe Aloof in memory of his father Louis Aloof, 7 Adar

Z’ev Bari in memory of his mother Frances Bari, 7 Adar

Rabbi Samuel Levine in memory of his father, Moshe Levine, 7 Adar

Cantor Mark Halpern in memory of his brother Dirk Halpern, 8 Adar

Florence Kahn in memory of her first husband Joseph Kahn, 8 Adar

Peter Weisberg in memory of his father Leslie Weisberg, 8 Adar

Mimi Furst in memory of her father Seymour Blesofsky, 9 Adar

Wendy Wasserstrom in memory of her father Hy Margolis, 9 Adar

Eli Amsalem in memory of his brother Maxim Amsalem, 10 Adar

Preston Augenbaum in memory of his father Sam Augenbaum, 10 Adar

Dr. Barbara Barry in memory of her mother Hetty Conick, 10 Adar

Dr. Alan Goldman in memory of his father Sam Goldman, 10 Adar

Dorothy Perkins in memory of her sister Gloria Kunis, 10 Adar

Lou Miller in memory of his father Jack Miller, 11 Adar

Henry Schwartz in memory of his mother Gussie Schwartz, 11 Adar

Dr. Richard Singer in memory of his father Edward Singer, 11 Adar

Michael Zimmerman in memory of his father Charles Zimmerman, 11 Adar

Reuven Elmakies in memory of his father Chaim Elmakies, 12 Adar

Rene Girnun in memory of her father Louis Kramer, 12 Adar

Florence Wolf in memory of her father Sydney Lebow, 12 Adar


AppROACHING TORAH THROuGH ART

THIS SATuRDAy NIGHT

With Rabbi Hyim Shafner this Saturday night, February 16 at 8:15 pm

in the Social Hall. Rabbi Hyim Shafner, the Rabbi of Bais Abraham

Congregation in St. Louis, Missouri and son of BRS member Sholom Shafner,

will give an illustrated talk showing how art can serve as a medium for gaining

a greater understanding of Jewish texts.

TeNTH ANNuAl zAyIN ADAR DINNeR ONly

FOR memBeRS OF THe CHevRA kADISHA

Please RSVP to Yvette Kaweblum at ykaweblum@aol.com as soon as possible

because we have to plan accordingly. Please note that NO WALK-INS will be

accepted.

SpeCIAl ANNOuNCemeNTS

mAzAl TOv

Dr. Raphael & Dayna Wald on the birth of their son. AND to his proud sister, Layla. AND to proud uncle Norman, aunt Estelle and Wald cousins.

Dr. David & Sharona Kay on their son, Ty, becoming a Bar Mitzvah. AND to his proud brothers, Tani and Zevi. AND grandparents, Iser and Estelle Kay and

Stephanie Karger.

Eric & Iris Fixler on their daughter Meital, becoming a Bat Mitzvah. AND to her proud siblings, Sruli, Donny, Yaniv, and Ittai. AND grandparents, Kenneth &

Chaya Fixler and Sam & Aviva Haimoff AND Uncle Joey, Aunt Seema, Yonina, Elianna and Tani Loskove.

Jay & Chari Bernten on their son, Noah, becoming a Bar Mitzvah.

Bernard & Captain Kimberly Jurviesky on their daugther Haley, becoming a Bat Mitzvah. AND to her proud siblings, Sean, Caitlyn, Justin and Sophia.

Rabbi Kenneth & Ruchie Brander on the upcoming marriage of their son, Yoni, to Yehudit Goldberg. AND to his proud siblings, Tuvia, Tehilla, Yosef, and Yitzchak.

Bev and Syd Olesky on the Bar Mitzvah of their grandson – Avraham Noach, son of Vicki and Neil Olesky.

Rabbi Mordechai & Hadassah Smolarcik on their daughter, Chana’s engagement to, Gabe Valibov son of Mrs. Dina Valibov from Chicago.

Natalie Silverman on the birth of her great grandson. Proud parents are Judah & Stacy Fuld and grandparents are Elliott & Miryam Fuld.

Eli and Grace Rindsberg on their 50th Anniversary.

kIDDuSH

Friday Night Live Kiddush sponsored by Sandy and Preston Augenbaum in loving memory of Preston’s father, Sam Augenbaum.

Hashkoma Minyan Kiddush sponsored by Eli & Grace Rindsberg upon their 50th wedding anniversary.

Shtiebel Minyan Kiddush sponsored by Eric & Iris Fixler in gratitude to Hashem and in honor of their daughter, Meital, on the occasion of her Bat Mitzvah.

Sephardic Minyan Kiddush sponsored by Eli & Shuli Amsalem and Chaim & Ester Bazini in commemoration of the Yahrzeit of their beloved brother, Maxime

Nisim ben Myryam z’l.

Sephardic Seudah Shlishiet sponsored by the Sephardic Minyan in commemoration of the Yahrzeit of our beloved friend Elie Berdugo.

Teen Minyan Seudah Shlishiet sponsored by the Kays in loving memory of Sharona Kay’s father, Arieh Michael ben Chanan and Liese.

Seudah Shlishiet sponsored by Ari & Andrea Bernstein, Harold & Mimi Furst, Josh & Denise Herschberg, Bruce & Cindy Nimhauser, Dr. Richard & Gloria Singer,

Hommy & Syd Tannenbaum and Michael & Risa Zimmerman.

Seudah Shlishiet Guest Speaker: Izzy Ezagui, Israeli Soldier

3RD pART - BeeR AND WINe SeRIeS

WITH BIBLICAL ETHNOBOTANIST DR. JON GREENBERG AT BRS

Monday, February 18 at 8:00 pm “Noah’s Wine vs. Pharaoh’s

Beer: The Bar Room Brawl and Culture War that Shaped

Jewish History” A tasting and lecture on beer and wine in the

Torah. Cost is $5 per person.

For more information about this event, contact Simone in the

Shul office at (561) 394-0394 or Simone@brsonline.org.

DISTINGuISHeD SCHOlAR SeRIeS - FRee luNCH

This Wednesday, February 20, Dr. Jon Greenberg Botany,

Prophecy, and Theology: Jeremiah and the Mystery of the Arar

This series is completely free of charge and open to the public. The

Distinguished Scholars Series takes place at Boca Raton Synagogue

on Wednesdays 12:00 - 1:00 pm. A small lunch will be provided free of charge

to participants.

pRe-puRIm SCHmOOze

WITH RABBI AARON lOpIANSky

We are excited that Rabbi Aaron Lopiansky, Rosh Yeshiva of the

Yeshiva Gedola of Greater Washington will be giving a Pre-Purim

schmooze for men via skype, this Thursday night, February 21 at

9:00 pm in the Shul’s Board Room.

SHAlOm zACHOR & BRIT ANNOuNCemeNT

Raphael & Dayna Wald warmly invite you to a Shalom Zachor Friday night,

February 15, at 9:00 pm at the Montoya Estates Clubhouse.

AND

Announce the Brit of their son on Monday morning, February 18 after the

8:00 am Minyan at BRS. The Seudah will take place after the Brit in the

Montoya Estates Clubhouse.

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puRIm

TAANIT eSTHeR OBSeRveD

THuRSDAy, FeBRuARy 21

Fast Begins: 5:42 pm Early Mincha: 1:00 pm

Fast Ends: 6:53 pm Mincha: 5:45 pm Ma’ariv 6:20 pm

puRIm CARNIvAl THIS SuNDAy

Join us on Sunday, February 17 from 11:00 am to 3:00 pm for carnival games,

BBQ, amazing interactive games, and of course good Purim fun! There are

new rides and attractions this year that have never been seen before on the

circle! For more information, please contact Aliza at the Shul office or at (561)

394-0394.

Thank you to all of our chairs for the Purim Carnival. Huge Yasher Koach

to Rabbi Josh Broide for coordinating an amazing carnival. Thank you to all

of the chairs: Maurice Bensmihen, Simone Broide, Adina Galbut, Stephanie

Gross, Lisa Houben, and Dov Pickholtz.

BlOOD DRIve

Sunday, February 17 at 10:00 am at BRS. Contact Marissa at (954) 592-

3212. All donors will recieve a voucher for a FREE movie ticket, plus a

wellness checkup.

puRIm IS COmING

In addition to Mishloach Manot, please take advantage of the opportunity to

support our Tomchei Shabbat program. There are dozens of people who are

fed weekly by this discreet, confidential program. Our monthly budget to give

food items and Publix gift cards is over $10,000 a month and unfortunately

only growing. We need your help.

Please see Linda to purchase cards that can be distributed as a complement

to Mishloach Manot. The cost is ten cards for $18. The cards can be

individualized and state that, in lieu of Mishloach Manot, a gift has been

made in your honor to the BRS Elie Berdugo Chesed Fund.

meGIllAH ReADING

Everyone should hear Megillah this Purim. If you are home bound and are not

able to attend a Megillah reading at the Shul, please e-mail Rabbi Goldberg at

reg@brsonline.org to arrange for a private reading.

mATANOT l’evyONIm

The BRS Rabbis are now collecting money for Matanot L’evyonim (money for

the poor) that will distributed locally on Purim day. Please give generously in

fulfillment of this important Mitzvah. Monies can be given directly to the

Rabbis or Linda in the Shul office.

puRIm SeuDAH

When making plans for your Purim Seudah, please have in mind those who

may not otherwise have an invitation. The mitzvah of hosting guests is best

fulfilled not by inviting close friends, but by welcoming those that may

otherwise feel neglected. Please give particular consideration to those who

may be alone.

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Boca Raton Synagogue

Sal & Leslie Abady

Dr. Albert & Evelyn Begas

Dr. Avraham & Elana Belizon

Joseph & Lisa Bensmihen

Ben-Zikry Families

Alan & Susie Berger

Steven Berkeley & Dr. Rebecca Stern

Howard & Bonnie Block

BRS Board of Directors

Jonathan & Nancy Charm

Dr. Mark & Helen Cohan

Donny & Freyda Cohen NEW

Drs. Eli & Orlie Cohen

Dr. Meyer & Laura Cohen

Congregation Sons Of Israel NEW

Dr. Jeffrey & Naomi Gross NEW

Leo & Heni Ehrlich

Alan & Mona Fisher

Mark & Tilda Fisher

Martin & Ileana Flics

23rd AnnuAl JournAl Dinner

At Congregation B’Nai Israel

2200 Yamato Road, Boca Raton, FL

Stephen & Linda Melcer

Journal Honorees

Drs. Eli & Orlie Cohen

Keter Shem Tov Award

TribuTe CommiTTee in FormaTion

Dr. Ben & Cara Freedman

Michael & Barbara Frenkel

Drs. Charles & Simone Griff

Rabbi Efrem & Yocheved Goldberg

Glen & Rosa Golish

Gutterman Warheit Memorial Chapel

Stanley & Ana Haar

Lynn Hahn

Dr. Mervin & Elaine Jacobs

Dr. Bernie & Melanie Kaminetsky

Dan & Sue Kaskel

Daniel & Caroline Katz

Dr. David & Sharona Kay

Rabbi Tsvi & Shaindle Kilstein

Kosher Marketplace

Drs. Joseph & Seema Loskove

Lothans Cleaning Services

Dr. Eytan & Devorah Marcus

Dr. Yehuda & Michal Marcus

Lothar & Carlyn Mayer

Martin Judovits

Holocaust Remembrance

Award

Memorial Tribute to

Rabbi Gene Klein Z’L

FeAtuRINg the ComedY oF modI

thuRSday, MaRch 14, 2013

For more information or to join the Tribute Committee,

please contact Matthew Hocherman at mjh@brsonline.org.

Stephen & Linda Melcer

David & Joyce Muller

Paul Pariser NEW

Robert & Penny Pearlman

Michael & Jill Rose

Sima Rubin & Family

Dr. Daniel & Rachel Rudensky

Dr. Bennett & Chani Salamon

Dr. Barry & Dana Schechter

Reid & Naomi Shapiro

Larry & Deborah Silver

Dr. Zorik & Ellen Spektor

Eric & Loren Stein

Teddy & Linda Struhl

Howard & Elaine Trachtenberg

Harry & Marilyn Wanderer NEW

Michael & Risa Zimmerman

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Week AT A GlANCe

DAIly

• DAF YOMI (Sunday - Friday)

with Rabbi Ben Sugerman at 7:00 am in Room 211-212

• RABBINIC MIND

with Rabbi Zvi Yehuda at 7:45 am in the Board Room

• HALACHA YOMI

with Rabbi Efrem Goldberg 15 minutes before Mincha

• NIGHT BEIT MIDRASH

community learning in the Senders Library at 8:00 pm

• NIGHTTIME DAF YOMI (Monday - Thursday)

with BRS Rabbinate at 8:40 pm in the Board Room

mONDAy

• HEBREW POETRY CLASS

with Hassiya Yehuda at 9:30 am in the Board Room

• HEBREW READING

with Rabbi Josh Broide at 7:30 pm in Room 101

• ULPAN

with Mrs. Gila Payevsky at 7:30 pm in Room 102

• ZUMBA CLASS (for women)

will take place at 8:00 pm in Room 211/212

• BEER AND WINE IN TORAH

with Biblical ethnobotanist Dr. Jon Greenberg at 8:00 pm in the

Social Hall

TueSDAy

• CAFFEINE FOR THE SOUL

with Rabbi Philip Moskowitz at Hillel Day School at 8:30 am

• PARSHAT HA’SHAvUA

with Rabbi Efrem Goldberg will not be held this week

• THE HAFTORA CLUB

with Rabbi Philip Moskowitz at 10:00 am in the Social hall

• PEOPLE OF THE BOOK

with Rabbi Mordechai Smolarcik at 8:00 pm in the Social Hall

WeDNeSDAy

• IN-DEPTH STUDY OF BOOK OF JUDGES

with Malka Morris at 9:30 am in the Social Hall

• DISTINGUISHED SCHOLAR LUNCH N’ LEARN SERIES

with Dr. Jon Greenberg at 12:00 noon in the Social Hall

• KABBALAH: LEvEL 2

with Shoshana Deaktor at 7:30 pm in the Room 101

THuRSDAy

• JUDAISM A-Z

with Rabbi Josh Broide at 7:30 pm in the Board Room

• SATELLITE LECTURES

with Rabbi Yissocher Frand at 9:00 pm in Rabbi Goldberg’s office.

• MUSSAR SCHMOOZE

with Rabbi Aaron Lopiansky at 9:00 pm in the Board Room

peOple OF THe BOOk

People of the Book classes take place at Boca Raton Synagogue on Tuesday

evenings from November 20 – March 19 at 8:00 – 9:30 pm in the Social Hall.

This Tuesday, February 19

Rashi/Tosafot with Rabbi Mordechai Smolarcik

Next Tuesday, February 26

Rif/Ran/Ramban with Rabbi Philip Moskowitz

DISTINGuISHeD SCHOlAR luNCH SeRIeS

February 20

Dr. Jon Greenberg

www.torahflora.org

Botany, Prophecy, and Theology:

Jeremiah and the Mystery of the Arar

kOSHeR SupeRmARkeT WAlk

POSTPONED

February 27

Dr. Aaron Kaweblum

Boca Raton Synagogue

Crystoppers: A Guide to Wise

Parenting

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peSACH ANNOuNCemeNTS

COuNT DOWN TO peSACH

mARk yOuR CAleNDARS

SUNDAY, MARCH 10

Community Kashering at the South Palm Beach County Jewish Federation

from 8:00 am through 12:00 Noon

SUNDAY, MARCH 17

Pre-Pesach Workshop with Rabbi Efrem Goldberg at 10:00 am in the

Social Hall.

peSACH SeDeRS AT BRS

SpACe IS lImITeD

First Night Seder, Monday, March 25, at 8:20 pm. Experience an

inspirational and interactive Beginners Seder led by Rabbi Josh & Simone

Broide and family. Second Night Seder, Tuesday, March 26 at 8:25 pm.

Enjoy a traditional Seder led by Rabbi Efrem & Yocheved Goldberg &

family. The price for each Seder is $75 per person and $35 for children

5-15 years old; Young Children, 5 and under, are free. There is a maximum

of 100 people at each Seder. Please note that the Seder on the second night

will only take place if there are 50 BRS members in attendance. Please call

the office for more information and to RSVP for this special experience.

kOl HANe’ARIm TAllIT

Boca Raton Synagogue is working on creating a massive Tallit to be used for

Kol Hane’arim on Simchat Torah this upcoming year and for all future years.

The cost to have a name embroidered on the Tallit will be $2 per letter. All

names will be embroidered in English and will be spelled the same way they are

submitted. There are forms available in the lobby. There are two sponsorship

opportunities still available for $2,500 each. If you have any questions, please

contact Simone in the Shul office at (561) 394-0394. The deadline to submit

your form to the Shul office with payment is Wednesday, May 1.

Co- Sponsored by Dr. Robert & Judith Bruckstein & Dr Merv & Elaine Jacobs

upCOmING yOuTH eveNTS

Shlock Rock Concert will now take place on

Sunday, March 10 at 4:00 pm. Tickets are

$10. Pre-order by visiting ww.wizevents.com/

register/1820. For more information email

aliza@brsonline.org. Food will be available for

purchase.

COmmuNITy CONNeCTIONS

pOSITIve pSyCHOlOGy & JuDAISm: A NeW

AppROACH TO HAppINeSS

Wednesday, February 20, at 7:00 pm at Temple Beth El, in West Palm Beach

with Tal Ben-Shahar, Ph.D., Harvard Lecturer.

BRIDGe ClASS

Since the bridge class was successful, we will be offering another one. If you are

interested in joining this bridge class, please call Simone at (561) 394-0394 or

email Simone@brsonline.org.

JeWISH WAR veTS

Sunday, February 24 at 10:45 am. Jewish War Veterans Membership Drive.

Hosted at Veterans of Foreign Wars Hall in Veterans Park. For more information,

contact (561) 685.9014

SAve THe DATe!

Community-wide Annual Pre-Pesach Holiday Boutique, Wednesday, March

13, 7:00 - 9:30 pm at BRS. To be a vendor or for more information please

contact Rachel Harow rachelharow@yahoo.com or Orlie Cohen orlielevy@

hotmail.com.

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JUNIOR

CONGREGATION

Make sure to come on time this week

to JuCo. The fun begins every Shabbat

at 10:00 am. Get ready for amazing

Davening, Parsha, guest speakers,

games, talent, and of course great

prizes.

KIDS HASHKAMA

CHABURA

Rabbi Gershon Eisenberger, Boca’s new

star Rebbe, will be conducting a post

Hashkama Minyan Chabura for boys at

9:30 am in Room 102 in the Jacobs and

Rubin Youth and Senior Center. Make

sure to come on time for the special

kids Kiddush!

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Rep. Tom Rooney

-BRS KIDS & TEENS-

BOCA RATON SYNAGOGUE

HOSTS ADVOCACY SHABBATON

Boca Raton, FL - The Boca Raton

Synagogue hosted the fourth annual

National Teen Israel Advocacy

Shabbaton last Shabbat. The Teen

Israel Advocacy shabbaton brought in

speakers from across the country who

are experts on the US‐Israel

relationship, Israel, Iran and the

threats facing the Western world. Pro‐

Israel teens were trained in advocacy

skills and taught background

NCSY EVENTS

* PURIM IN PERSIA EXPERIENCE, Friday night Oneg, February 22 at 8:45pm

Sunday Purim Seudah, February 24 at 5pm

Home of R' Eli & Batsheva Zians, 7750 Lago Del Mar, Apt #708

Come in costume and celebrate Purim like never before!

Please RSVP ASAP!

* BOCA LATTE & LEARN ‐ FREE! Every Thursday at 8:00pm

NCSY office, 7200 W Camino Real, Suite 104

* NCSY LATTE & LEARN ‐ FREE! Every Wednesday 8:00pm

Yo‐Le Frozen Yogurt, 9641 Westview Dr, Coral Springs

* FOR MORE INFORMATION:

Rabbi Eli Zians at zianse@ncsy.org or 516‐451‐2123 or visit www.southern.ncsy.org.

Celebrating Our Teens by Rabbi Uri Pilichowski

This Week We Celebrate our Teens’ Month of Advocacy

From the beginning of February until the beginning of March is Israel advocacy month for BRS teens and

teens all across the country find their inner advocate and stick up for a strong Israel and a strong America. For

our teens, the ball got rolling last Shabbat with the fourth annual national Teen Annual Israel Advocacy

Shabbaton. The shabbaton attracted over 110 teens who sat and listened to Aaron Kaplowitz, the Director of

Communications for the Israeli Embassy in Washington, DC, Abby Cable, Director of Foreign Policy at AIPAC in Washington,

DC, Jeremy Horelick, Deputy Director of AIPAC here in the Southeast, and Congressman Tom Rooney. The teens who were

attending Policy Conference – over 40 of them! – attended a special session on what to expect at Policy Conference and what

the teens objective should be at Policy Conference. AIPAC’s Policy Conference in Washington, DC attracts over 12,000

advocates of a strong US‐Israel relationship. It also ends of our month of Advocacy. What is most impressive is how many of

our teens now personal relationships have with members of congress. Some Congressman have even given our teens their

cell numbers. Celebrate our Israel advocates with me this month!

Boca Raton Synagogue

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information to enable them to

advocate to members of Congress,

Senate and the Administration

about a stronger US‐Israel

relationship. The highlight of the

Shabbaton was Congressman Tom

Rooney’s talk to the teens on

Shabbat afternoon. Solidifying the

talks given all Shabbat

Congressman Rooney talked about

a strong US‐Israel bond.

BRS PURIM CARNIVAL

TOMORROW

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 17 TH

11:00 AM – 3:00 PM


SISTeRHOOD

Thank you to all those who volunteered to help with the

Mishloach Manot project. We still need volunteers for:

1) Assembly on Monday, February 18 at BRS in the Social Hall

at 10:30 am.

For students who are available, community service hours will

be given.

2) Delivery on Sunday, February 24 (Purim Day). Pickup will be Thursday,

February 21 in the womens’ section of the main Shul, 8:00 - 10:00 pm.

Please contact brspurim@gmail.com

SOCIAl ACTION

On Thursday evening, March 7, we will host CAMERA Senior

Research Analyst, Ricki Hollander, for an interactive briefing

on countering anti-Israel bias in the New York Times. Ms.

Hollander is a co-author of CAMERA’s groundbreaking new

publication, Indicting Israel: New York Times Coverage of the

Palestinian-Israeli conflict: A July 1 - December 31, 2011 Study.

The program is free to the public, but contributions to help CAMERA’s

work are always appreciated. Ms. Hollander and her co-author, Gilead

Ini, are presenting this briefing in major cities across the U.S. including

Washington D.C., before the National Press Club . We are proud that

CAMERA has chosen BRS in South Florida. Please mark your calendar

and plan to attend. In future weeks, the Social Action Committee will

continue to examine the issue of countering media bias against Israel

more broadly with a series of films.

The next meeting of the Social Action Committee will be Wednesday,

February 20 at 7:00 pm.

BIkuR CHOlIm

Being frum as a patient in the emergency room of a hospital has

its own unique challenges, such as getting a variety of Kosher

food 24/7 in a timely manner. Bikur Cholim is now providing

Kosher individual snack bags on site at the Boca Raton Regional

Hospital’s Emergency Room with the Doctor or Nurses approval.

We own thanks BRRH Emergency Room physician, Peasch Louis, for

guiding and facilitating this project.

BRS AuXIlIARIeS, eTC.

ISRAel DeFeNSe FORCeS (IDF)

Please have in mind children and grandchildren of members of our community

currently serving in the IDF: Amiel Abir, Julian Gordon, Ben Weiss, Asher

Kaplan, Orelia Elkaim, Menachem Kaplan, Shabtai Kaplan, Jeremy Siegman,

Noam Ivri (Makover), Daniel Makover, Charlie Pollack, Yakov Simcha ben

Moshe Yisroel, Yehuda Strauss, Liel Reinfeld, Amichai Berman, Matt Firestone,

Isaac Marco Romano, and Mordechai Wolfson. If you have children or grandchildren

currently serving in the IDF, please let us know their names so we can include them.

Please have in mind our missing in action Israeli Soldiers

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empTy NeSTeRS

Save the Date: Sunday, February 24 at 4:30 pm, Purim

Seudah $30 a person. Please RSVP by February 18, Call

Simone at (561) 394-0394 or email simone@brsonline.org.

mAImONIDeS SOCIeTy

BRS Doctors are cordially invited to attend a dinner lecture

with Dr. Jonathan Rosman. Thursday, March 7, from 6:30

– 9:00 pm at Asia in Boca Raton. Join us to learn about new

developments in the treatment of Atrial Fibrillation. R.S.v.P.

954-421-6031 by Friday, March 1.

BOCA RATON COmmuNITy eRuv

The Boca Raton Community Eruv is in need of funds. Yearly membership

remains at $100 per family. It is now possible to sponsor the Eruv for a

particular Shabbat for $360. Donations can now also be made through

our website www.bocaeruv.org or by contacting Chani Salamon at (561)

392-1026 for more information. Please help, as we ALL benefit from the

Eruv. The Eruv is something we all rely on and often take for granted. If

you have not yet contributed, please consider doing so in order to ensure

that the Eruv can be checked and maintained.

The eruv is generously sponsored this week by Dr. David & Sharona Kay in

honor of their son Ty’s Bar Mitzvah.

WOmeN’S mIkvAH

The hours for the Women’s Mikvah are Sunday through

Thursday, 7:30 pm to 10:00 pm (last appointment is at 9:30

pm). For Friday and Yom Tov appointments, please call three

days in advance. On Saturday and Fast Days, open an hour after

Havadalah, for only 1 hour thereafter. In order to better assist

you every day, appointments are strongly advised. Please call

(561) 394-5854.

meN’S mIkvAH HOuRS

The Men’s Mikvah is open daily from 5:00 am – 9:30 am

and then again from 2:00 pm – 6:00 pm.

pleASe keep IN yOuR pRAyeRS

Aba Chonah ben Hava Chana - Alan Gross

American Jew Alan Gross has been wrongly held in a Cuban prison since December 2009. Since that time, Alan’s physical and emotional state has

deteriorated. He has lost over one hundred pounds and has suffered partial paralysis. Join us to call upon the Cuban government and the international

community for the immediate release of Alan on humanitarian grounds. For more information and to get involved, visit www.jcouncil.org

Yehonatan ben Malka - Jonathan Pollard

Jonathan Pollard has been imprisoned in the United States since 1987. While working as an American civilian intelligence analyst, Pollard has admitted to

passing classified information to Israel. Although even his most ardent supporters agree that he was in the wrong and guilty, the nature and length of his

imprisonment is disproportionate and unparalleled. Join a multitude of prominent politicians, officials from the national intelligence world, and the legal

world who have called for Pollard’s sentence to be commuted. For more information and to sign a petition, visit www.jonathanpollard.org.

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By the time we parted ways, i actually

loved them...

I recently read an article that I thought we

could all learn an important lesson about

connecting with members of the greater

Jewish community. It was written by Rabbi

Ilan Feldman, the prominent Rabbi of a

large orthodox shul in Atlanta. Please read

an excerpt from his article below.

Inspire yourself to inspire others…

Josh & simone

------------------------

I experienced our lost potential years ago when I joined a Federation/

UJA mission to Israel in 1988. In the midst of the “Who Is A Jew”

controversy in the late 1980’s, and the deep feelings triggered

on both sides of the debate, a strong sense of alienation emerged

between Atlanta’s small Orthodox community and the non-Orthodox

establishment. It was suggested that it would be worthwhile for me,

as the assistant rabbi of Atlanta’s largest Orthodox shul, to participate

in the Jewish Federation’s annual mission to Israel. Many members

of Federation’s leadership were going to be on the trip, and my goal

would be to put a human face on Orthodoxy and reduce tensions

between our worlds.

I participated in the Federation trip with a specific strategy. I knew

that the trip was planned, and would be executed, without religious

sensitivities in mind, and was thus well aware that there would be

restaurants in which I could not dine, Shabbos programs that would

make me uncomfortable and tour guides whose concept of Jewish

history began in 1948. I decided that I would raise no objections,

so as not reinforce any negative stereotypes of Orthodox coercion.

As a yeshiva graduate who had left kollel only a few years before,

restraining from making pronouncements or judgments required

significant self control. When shehechiyanu was recited instead of

rending garments at the sighting of the Temple Mount, I said nothing.

When they offered those who were interested to tour Masada on

Shabbos as an alternative to going to shul, I made no comment.

When the guide who introduced Mount Carmel dismissed the famous

episode of Elijah’s clash with the Baal worshipers as merely a fable

I engaged in no debate. Even when a guide described a mikvah as an

ancient ritual bath that used to be visited by Biblical Jews thousands

of years ago, I waited hours before saying anything. I spent ten

days sitting on a bus kibitzing with people who were resentful of

Orthodox Jews while my every Orthodox sensibility was powerfully,

though unintentionally, challenged. I had only one goal – to establish

relationships with my tour mates.

By all accounts, I was wildly successful in my mission. By the end of

the trip, people were insisting that I address them in group sessions,

asking me halachic questions, directing the bus driver to restaurants

in which I could eat. To this day, my relationship with many opinion

makers in Atlanta remains influenced by that trip, and some have even

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Jewish Experience

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made major contributions to the growth of Orthodox institutions due

to the relationships we forged.

But the one who was most transformed on that trip was me.

What I expected to encounter was a group of 200 Jews devoid of

feelings for Israel or religion. What I discovered instead were 200

very religious, spiritual, passionately devoted, proud Jews who knew

very little about Torah and who lacked a Jewish vocabulary, but who

loved their Jewish brethren in Israel, respected holiness and possessed

a passion for Judaism as they knew it that rivaled the passion I had

seen in my frum friends. In short, I learned to respect them. And I

learned that “secular” Jews are often very religious Jews who do not

know ritual, and whose devotion and willingness to sacrifice for the

Judaism they do know is inspiring. By the time we parted ways, I

actually loved them. Once I made this discovery, I was both surprised

and embarrassed that it was new to me. As is so often the case, a

perspective can only be properly re-examined when observed from

the outside.

When I joined the Federation trip, I was an Orthodox Jew hoping

to survive 10 days in Israel with non-observant Jews, and they were

going to survive having me around. At the conclusion of the trip, I

was an Orthodox Jew profoundly aware of the souls of my Jewish

brothers and sisters, looking beyond their ignorance, appreciating

their goodness and sensing their thirst for connection to the Divine.

To them, I had become a knowledgeable Jew they wanted to be close

to.

What happened on that trip — and many have experienced this —

can happen in the millions, but only inside a paradigm that does not

prevail today. It is the paradigm of purposeful kiddush Hashem.

Come in costume!

Call Simone to RSVP (561) 394-0394

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Yeshivat Chovevei Torah Rabbinical School

Tenth Annual Tribute Dinner

honoring

Stewart Harris

Founders Award

Sunday, March 10, 2013

The Harmonie Club, NYC

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The Jewish Education Center of South Florida

cordially invites you to their 8th Anniversary Dinner

The Way

FORWARD

2013

CELEBRATING THE ENDURING

VITALITY OF OUR JEWISH COMMUNITY

Sunday, March 10th, 2013

5:30 PM - Cocktail Hour & Reception

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