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JUNE 2012 | SIVAN • TAMUZ 5772 | VoL 72 No 9

a concert welcoming

cantor marcus feldman

Please join us

for a unique evening of

Jewish & contemporary music

as we welcome

CanToR MaRCuS FeldMan

to Sinai Temple

with his first concert

Sunday, June 10, 2012

Sinai Temple

SPonSoR'S PRe-ConCeRT eVenT

6:00 p.m.

Join Cantor Marcus Feldman for an intimate gathering.

Cocktails & Hors D’oeuvres

Sponsor Level participation also includes

two concert tickets, reserved seating, and dessert reception.

ConCeRT

7:00 p.m.

Ziegler Sanctuary

deSSeRT ReCePTion

8:00 p.m.

Children ages 8 to 18 are welcome at no charge.

SeRViCeS & FeSTiValS

SHaBBaT MoRninG

in THe ZieGleR SanCTuaRY

8:45 a.m.

FaMilY MinYan &

FAMILY MINYAN Children’s Service

9:30 a.m. June 2, 9, 16 & 30

9:00 a.m. June 23

ToRaH in THe Round

9:00 a.m. June 2 & 16

ToRaH aT THe TaBle

10:00 a.m. Every Shabbat

STARS SHaBBaT MoRninG

10:00 a.m. June 9

ToT SHaBBaT

10:00 a.m. June 16

MinCHa/SHaBBaT SeRViCe

5:45 p.m. Every Friday Night

Kohn Chapel

SHaBBaT in THe PaRK

5:45 p.m. June 1

FRidaY niGHT liVe

7:30 p.m. June 8

SHaBBaT liVe

11:00 a.m. June 9

TueSdaY MoRninG

“laTe” MinYan

(when school is in session)

8:05 a.m. – Kohn Chapel

R.S.V.P. Required by Tuesday, June 5th

Contact: avelasco@sinaitemple.org or 310.481.3228

Generously supported by

dailY MinYan

Mornings

8:30 a.m. Sunday

7:30 a.m. Monday - Friday

National Holidays - 8:30 a.m.

Afternoons

5:45 p.m. Sunday - Saturday

Friday Candle

lighting Times

June 1 - 7:42 p.m.

June 8 - 7:46 p.m.

June 15 - 7:49 p.m.

June 22 - 7:51 p.m.

June 29 - 7:51 p.m.

Weekly Parshas

June 2 - Naso

June 9 - B’haalot’kha

June 16 - Sh’lah

June 23 - Korach

June 30 - Hukkat

annual Programming

Theme - 5772


FRoM SCRollS To SCReenS

These days, people wonder about the fate of the book. of course, as the people of the book, we

Jews have a particular interest. Yet we are probably more accurately thought of as the people

of the word. For a book has a clear beginning and a clear end. Even James Joyce's Finnegan's

Wake, a book that famously circles back on itself, swallowing its tale like a snake, has cut and

bound pages. Anyone can pick it up in a bookstore and see its beginning, middle, and end.

Yet our collection of texts is more like hypertext than a single book. Commentators lead on to

other commentators and it all relates, one to the other. Also, before there were books there was

the scroll. Scrolls are not so simple as books -- which is why they did not flourish once the book

was invented. Scrolls make it harder to skip ahead and they are not so clearly linear. Their circular

shape suggests depths beyond simple beginnings and endings. our central text,

the Torah, is written on a scroll.

As we reach the end of the Torah, we roll it back to begin again. In rewinding, one views every page -- every

column of text. You cannot flip to the first page. one must painstakingly revisit -- however briefly -- every page

of the scroll to reach the beginning again. The computer makes it easier to move, paste, revisit, and skip.

Nonetheless messages rely on the word. So the Jewish people with its portable culture, the culture of the word,

moves through different media: scrolls to screens, still seeking meaning, still thirsting for truth.

Rabbi Wolpe on Facebook

You can now follow rabbi wolpe's teachings at Facebook. Be sure to become a fan!

go directly to his page: http://www.facebook.com/RabbiWolpe we look forward to seeing you there!

Rabbi David Wolpe

Announcing the 2012

Abner & Roslyn Goldstine

Scholar-In-Residence

ETHAN BRONNER

National Legal Affairs Correspondent, The New York Times

Ethan Bronner is the National Legal Affairs Correspondent for

The New York Times, a position he took up last spring following

four years as its Jerusalem Bureau Chief. Bronner’s tour in

Jerusalem was his third there as a correspondent. He served for

The Boston Globe in the first half of the 1990s and for Reuters in

the mid-1980s. Before taking up his most recent Jerusalem

posting, Bronner was Deputy Foreign Editor of The New York

Times. Bronner is the author of “Battle for Justice: How the

Bork Nomination Shook America” which was named one of the

25 best books of 1989 by The New York Public Library. He is a

graduate of wesleyan University and of the Columbia University

graduate School of Journalism. He has served

on wesleyan’s board of trustees and is a

member of the Council on Foreign relations.

He is married to Naomi Kehati, an Israeli-born

psychologist. They have two sons, Eli and

gabriel.

Getting involved . . .

An Ambulance for Israel

Sol and Bella Liber dedicated a new ambulance to

Magen David Adom at Sinai Temple on April 22,

2012. The ambulance will be shipped to Israel in honor

of the Israel Defense Forces. Sol is one of the last surviving

fighters of the warsaw ghetto Uprising. He and Bella

have been active members of Sinai for over 37 years.

Save the date!

December 7-9, 2012


a ConCeRT oF WelCoMe

Traditions are important. They bind generations together. They

allow us to pass shared experiences from parent to

child and create continuity in our community.

However, sometimes a break from tradition

is equally important. In these instances the

novelty of changed circumstances allows us

to take notice of something new and different.

For many years Sinai Temple followed the

tradition of holding a Spring Dinner Dance

honoring one or more members for outstanding

service to our community.

The event allowed us to gather together

in a festive setting to celebrate and

acknowledge significant accomplishments.

Eric J. Diamond This year Sinai will break with tradition;

we will not hold a Dinner Dance. Instead, under the direction

of our co-chairs rachelle Marcus, Michael Nazarian and Sheri

rapaport, on June 10 we will present a night of musical welcome

with our new Cantor, Marcus Feldman. The night will include

a selection of Jewish and secular music aimed at presenting

Cantor Feldman to the congregation even before his official

start on July 1. Cantor Feldman will be joined by an outstanding

collection of singers and

musicians.

while Cantor Feldman is a

Los Angeles native, he spent

much of his professional

life at Stephen S. wise

Temple. our concert is aimed at providing an early opportunity

for the community to meet Cantor Feldman and to enjoy his

music. By breaking with tradition and offering a very different

program, we seek to take notice of the significant change that

will shortly occur.

As we welcome Cantor Feldman we would be terribly remiss

if we did not also acknowledge Cantor Joseph gole for his

many years of service to our congregation. As he transitions

into his new role as our Cantor Emeritus we look forward to

Cantor gole’s continued involvement at Sinai; both in music

of this concert and in the rituals of our lives. we also need to

acknowledge Cantor Arianne Brown who touched so many lives

during her years at Sinai.

I look forward to seeing you at the Concert and at the delicious

Dessert reception that will follow.

Eric Diamond

rivka is retiring at the end of this school

year. To thank her for her incredible

service to our children and Sinai Akiba, we

are throwing a special celebration.

Join us as we celebrate

Rivka Shaked

Saturday June 9, 2012

Family Minyan at Sinai Temple

Services 9:30 a.m.

Luncheon and Program to follow at Noon

$30 per adult $20 per student....this includes gift!

The rSVP due date is Friday, May 25th

Please make your check payable to Laurie Levenson

and send to 3037 McConnell Dr, LA, CA 90064

Any Questions........call Sara Aftergood at

310.470.1579 or Laurie at 310.839.9877.

Also, if you have any

special pictures or words you

want to share with rivka,

please send them to either Sara

at sara.aftergood@gmail.com

or Laurie at

laurie.levenson@lls.edu.

It will be included in a

special memory book

for her.

a special example of our david and angella nazarian Youth leadership

Program in action:

My name is Ellie Dubin. I am currently at sophomore at Beverly Hills

High School. As a Nazarian Youth Leadership Fellow in 2010, I started a

program to provide musical theater enrichment to children at schools

which have lost their arts funding. It is called "Kesem Shel Shir, the Magic

of Music." My pilot program ran from April to June 2011 at Arlington

Heights Elementary School. My teen staff of high school actors, dancers,

and singers (including a few of my Nazarian Fellow friends, thank you!)

taught 20 elementary students the play Cinderella. The entire experience

was incredibly exciting for the students, the principal and the whole school

community!

This summer I am bringing "Kesem Shel Shir, the Magic of Music" to Israel!

I have partnered with the Youth renewal Fund and will be teaching a twoweek

musical theater course in ramla at the Youth renewal Fund's

Ethan H. Freed Learning Center. The center provides academic enrichment

for underprivileged children living in the area. I secured the Disney license

to have the students learn and perform, High School Musical so 20 middle

school students will participate as an English immersion experience! For

information about bringing my program to a particular school with little or

no arts enrichment, contact me at ellied605@gmail.com.

I would like to thank David and Angella Nazarian for their vision and

generosity in creating and funding this incredible opportunity for high

school students. I would also like to thank Sinai Temple, including

rabbi wolpe, rabbi guzik and everyone else who dedicated their time

and efforts towards implementing the fellowship's yearlong activities and

beyond. I look forward to being an active Nazarian Youth Fellow for years

to come.


We extend our

condolences to the

bereaved families and

record the passing of:

•••

FRed adleR

brother of

Hedy orden

uncle of

Martha Berkett

uncle of

Judy Flesh

•••

iRVinG BellinGS

father of

Janis Susskind

•••

SHoKRollaH aFaR

father of

Azy Susman

•••

SHoSHana BaReKeT

mother of

giora Bareket

•••

elSie BoSTWiCK

grandmother of

Ilana Bostwick

•••

dR. JanHanGuiR

daneSHRad

husband of

Shahin Daneshrad

father of

Daniel Daneshrad

•••

donald GeRSHBoCK

brother of

richard gershbock

uncle of

Aaron gershbock

•••

KenneTH leVenTHal

husband of

Elaine Leventhal

•••

RoMan RuSS

husband of

Ida russ

father of

Larry russ

•••

Joe SinaY

father of

Elise Sinay Spilker

•••

FaRoKH TaBiBZadeH

mother of

Shahrad Tabibzadeh

grandmother of

Marjan ghodooshim

•••

dR. neJaTolaH nadJi

ZaKaRia

father of

guity Sassounian

This 8-ounce jar of delicious kosher

honey arrives in time for the rosh

Hashanah holiday, decorated with a

colorful label, and includes a personalized

card reading “L’Shana Tova—

Wishing you a Sweet and Happy

New Year”. This card also lets the

recipients know that a donation

has been made in their honor to

Sinai Temple Sisterhood.

Funds raised will support Sisterhood’s

ongoing efforts to support and enhance

our Sinai Temple community.

Your cost is $10.00 per jar which

includes shipping and handling within

the United States. we will gladly mail

orders outside the United States for

an additional fee. To order honey go

to www.sinaitemple.org, click the

honey link and follow the step-bystep

instructions.

order by July 17th, 2012 to

avoid a $3.50 per jar

shipping fee.

Mazel Tov to: rebecca & Stephen Berger, on the birth

of their daughter, Maya gavriella Berger; Nadina &

Fernando Szew, on the birth of their daughter, Sasha

Noa Szew; Aaron & Sandra Cohen, on the birth of

their great-granddaughter, Aryell Cohen, on the birth

of his granddaughter, Lilah Poppy Cassman; Aryell

Cohen & Margaret Nissenson Hayward, son of Aaron

& Sandra Cohen.

Rosa Berman Ruder & Lili Shafai, Co-Presidents

Dear friends,

The fiscal year is drawing to a close, and my copresident

Lili and I are proud of how much our Sisterhood

has accomplished this past year. we introduced a

number of classes which have been well attended

and had many successful programs and events, such

as our delightful weekend retreat at Camp ramah

last october, our inspiring Shabbaton in February,

our Torah Fund Luncheon in March, a docent tour of

the getty Center in April, our Donor Luncheon in May, and our wonderful monthly Rosh Hodesh dinners

and programs at different members’ homes. we exceeded our goal in raising funds for our Torah Fund

campaign, and raised money for Project outreach, with our volunteers delivering food to elderly and

sick persons in our community. we have catered many beautiful extended Kiddush luncheons for various

lifecycle events.

we have worked hard, we have learned, we had fun, we have shared in the joys of each other’s lifecycle

events, and have been there for each other in times of illness and sadness. Most importantly, we have

established deep bonds of friendship in the process. we will be installing our new board on June 5th

and you are invited. Please contact Dee goozé for reservations at (310) 553-7468. Lili and I will continue

to be Sisterhood co-presidents and most of our board remains in place, with some new additions. we

will start planning new programs and classes very soon and look forward to a great year ahead.

Above all, Lili and I are very grateful to our dedicated members, many in portfolios not mentioned above,

who give their all, above the call of duty, to make things happen for Sisterhood and for the community

at large. we invite you to join Sisterhood and take advantage of the opportunity to find fulfillment in

our very worthwhile projects. when you become a member, you will receive our Sisterhood review,

with details of our many programs.

B’shalom, rosa Berman ruder

What better

way to wish

family, friends

and business

associates a

“Sweet and

Healthy new

Year” than

sending a jar

of honey?

For more information

please contact:

Lisa Pompan

310.837.6070

lpompan@gmail.com

or

Sharon Baskin

323.428.7252

Sharonbaskin31@gmail.com

Sinai TeMPle SiSTeRHood

HoNEY FUNDrAISEr

SiSTeRHood

SiSTeRHood JudaiCa SHoP

Beautiful new kippot, tallasim, & unique hostess gifts.

Candlesticks, frames, & many one of a kind selections!

Hours: Mon. – Thurs. 10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

Friday 12:30 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. (closed Saturdays & holidays)

OR call for private appointment!

Frances Katz, Manager (310) 481-3290

Sunday appointments only, call Lorraine Joffe (310) 890-4802


Photo © Jono David, HaChayim HaYehudim Jewish Photo Library

June 2, 2012

Brandon Broukhim

son of

Elham & Kamran

June 2, 2012

ashley Yeshoua

daughter of

Elena & Kevin

June 2, 2012

ToRaH in THe Round

Jeremy Hecht-arnall

son of

Michael & Sari Arnall

Shoshanna Hecht & Brett Abrahams

June 9, 2012

Justin Shamsian

son of

roya & David

June 16, 2012

ToRaH in THe Round

abby Smalberg

daughter of

Dawn & Ira

June 16, 2012

Talia lefkowitz

daughter of

Laura & David

June 23, 2012

Brendan lamishaw

son of

Suzan & Matthew

June 23, 2012

Steven Morovati

son of

Pamela & Ben

June 23, 2012

FaMilY MinYan

Zahava Jaffe

daughter of

Ahdda Shur & Ken Jaffe

June 30, 2012

Colette noghreian

daughter of

Naze & ramin

doR CHadaSH

ToT SHaBBaT

Brought to you by Dor Chadash, the

“Next Generation” at Sinai Temple

Saturday, June 16 at 10:00 a.m.

Join Dor Chadash as we celebrate Shabbat each month with spirituality,

community and memories for you and your little ones... with Sinai

Temple’s own rabbi Jason Fruithandler & Dale Schatz!

SHaBBaT in THe PaRK

Friday, June 1, 5:45 p.m., Holmby Park

gather your picnic blankets and pack a kosher-style dinner for you and

your kids as you join rabbi guzik and Dale Schatz in greeting Shabbat

with green grass, blue skies and great music.

Meet new friends, and meet up with old friends at Holmby Park (Beverly

glen and Club View Drive) on Friday, June 1. we begin early -- 5:45

p.m. -- which means everyone will have plenty of daylight hours to enjoy

this very kid-ish kiddush.

Dor Chadash is a great way to make a large synagogue feel like a

small community. we welcome all families with young children, so

come introduce yourself at one of our upcoming events!

For more information, please email dchadash@gmail.com or

call 310-481-3296.

JudaiSM BY CHoiCe

June 8 - Shabbat Dinner at 5:30 p.m. before FNL

Questions, please contact rabbi weinberg at (310) 772-0626

an oPen dooR ClaSS on “PRaYeR”

Thursdays at 5:00 p.m. in Kohn Chapel before evening Minyan.

Anyone & everyone is invited!

For more info, call ralph resnick at (310) 481-3201

CHai SoCieTY

Temple Shabbat Shalom Meet and greet: June 9 & 23

Monthly general Meeting – 7:30 p.m. on June 19

Dinners – Plays – Celebrations – winery Trips

Call Elaine Lotwin at (310) 271-5554.or eal1160@aol.com

Intro To Judaism Class

with Rabbi Zvi Dershowitz

Join Sinai Temple's Rabbi emeritus Zvi dershowitz as he

starts a new cycle in the American Jewish University's

Miller INTroDUCTIoN To JUDAISM ProgrAM

on Sun., June 17, at 1:30 p.m.

It's an 18 - session eye opener for adults who grew up

Jewishly because it covers themes not usually taught to

youngsters. Also available to non-Jews seeking conversion

to Judaism. Jewish identity will gain increased

meaning to all who take this unique course.

For more information, contact rabbi Dershowitz

at Sinai Temple or call the Intro office at (310)

440-1273, or e-mail intro@ajula.edu.

Sinet (Sinai networking Group)

June event:

* Friday, June 8th ~ 7:30 a.m. speaker Blair Schlecter,

Attorney at Law, specializes in legal research and writing

will show us ways to incorporate persuasive writing into life and business.

Everyone will have the opportunity to introduce themselves and speak

briefly about their business. referrals are given and gained at each meeting.

Bring your business cards. $5 cover bagels and fruit.

"Grow your business, grow your relationships, and grow in your community"


A program of Sinai Temple

ATID offers a variety of events and activities for young Jewish adults in their 20s & 30s. For a full list of event

details or to register for upcoming programs, please go to: www.AtidLA.com.

Looking to get involved/volunteer? There are opportunities through ATID to share your talents and passions.

Please call the ATID Office at (310) 481-3244 if you would like more information.

aTid ouTdooRS BBQ and HiKe: loS leoneS

HiKe aT ToPanGa STaTe PaRK

Sunday, June 10 th ~ 10 a.m.

Join ATID for a 3.2 mile hike through Topanga State

Park. Following the hike we will be

having a BBQ where you will have a

chance to hang out with friends and

enjoy a delicious lunch. Event is free,

however there is a parking fee of

$10. There is limited free parking on

the street.

The Ted and Hedy orden & Family

FRidaY niGHT liVe

June 8 th ~ 7:30 p.m.

Join rabbi David wolpe, Craig Taubman

and the FNL Band for our monthly musical Shabbat

Service at Sinai Temple. Following services, everyone

is invited to a congregational Kiddush for

cookies and challah and young professionals (ages

21-39) are invited to mix and mingle at the ATID

Parlor (ID’s required).

•Friday, June 8th – Shabbas Shenanigans:

Please join us for our final Shabbas Shenanigans of the year as we

look back at the year that was and celebrate the birthday of Matt

the Youth Director and rabbi Fruithandler!

•Sat, June 16th – Final event – uP all niGHT!

It’s our final event of the year and we’re staying up all night!! Join us as we go by bus

from awesome place to awesome place, spending one final awesome night together

before we go our separate ways for the summer! More info to come!

Only two events left until the Fall! Help us end the year with a bang!

Contact Matt Baram at mbaram@sinaitemple.org

Come visit us in the library - check out a book

- so many adventures await!

BluMenTHal liBRaRY

lainer learning Center - 3rd Floor

Monday - Thursday 8:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.

Friday 8:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Sunday 9:00 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.

* Closed Saturday & All Holidays

Summer hours will begin June 21-August 24

Monday - Thursday 9:30 a.m. -4:30 p.m. Friday 9:30 a.m. -3:00 p.m.

Sinai Temple supports Chai Lifeline annually with the Big Sunday Bundles of Happiness Event. Esther Magna and Abbe goldman chair

the event that helps create abundant and festive care packages for hundreds of gravely ill children. Chai Lifeline distributes these Bundles

to children throughout the coming year.


RaBBi daVid WolPe'S diSCReTionaRY Fund

HannaH liPPeRT’S ReliGiouS SCHool Fund

in HonoR oF:

in HonoR oF:

rabbi wolpe by Ellie Slivkin; the birth of our twins, Asher Emmett & rosie Sophie Cohen, Elliot Sina & Nadine Bloch’s b’nai mitzvah by Danielle Kassin.

Nessa by Michelle & Jeff Bader; Matan Asher Brandes’ bris by Arthur M. in MeMoRY oF:

Cohen; our granddaughter, Leila Ben-Cohen’s baby naming by Mehrzad & Elsie Paudowsky & george Paudowsky’s yahrzeits by Sidney & Sandra Zusman.

Mansoor roshan; Bruce’s recovery by Elaine Holiday; rabbi wolpe by JaMeS and MaRGaReT FleSH’S SCHolaRSHiP Fund

Selma Daye; my granddaughter, Margot Turkheimer’s marriage to Michael in HonoR oF:

rosen by rita Schwartz.

of the birth of Hallie & Cary Lerman’s granddaughter, gila Adera Mazar;

in MeMoRY oF:

and the birth of Aaron & Sandra Cohen’s great-granddaughter and Aryell

My father, Ira Solomon by Leslie wachtel; Marjorie oswald by Tracy, Andre, Cohen’s granddaughter, Lilah Poppy Cassman by Tom & Judy Flesh.

Adam, Josh & gaby Berger, richard oswald, Jane Feinberg Krask; Fred in MeMoRY oF:

Adler by Hedy & Ted orden & family; william Loebman’s yahrzeit by the Fred Adler by Abner & roz goldstine; guity Sassounian’s father, Nejatolah

Loebman family; Dr. Stanley Slivkin’s yahrzeit by Eleanor Slivkin & family; Nadji Zakaria; richard gershbock’s brother, Donald gershbock; Ida russ’

Bertha Part’s yahrzeit by Carol & Jerry Muchin; Aziz Etebar’s yahrzeit by husband and Larry russ’ father, roman russ; Elise Sinay Spilker’s father,

Flora & Nasser Etebar; Heshmat Cohanim ghatan’s yahrzeit by John & Joe Sinay; Azy Susman’s father, Shokrollah Afar; and Shahrad Tabibzadeh’s

Carolyn ghatan; my father, Jonas M. Kotkes’ yahrzeit by rita Schwartz. mother, Farokh Tabibzadeh by Tom & Judy Flesh.

in aPPReCiaTion:

Sinai aKiBa aCadeMY

rabbi wolpe leading the shiva minyan service at my home by Leslie in HonoR oF:

wachtel; of the memorial service for Ilan gabriel Biederman by Aviva, Jeremy Arnall’s bar mitzvah by Helen Molitz; the birth of Deborah &

Leon, & Yael Biederman; for officiating the memorial & funeral service Howard Brandes’ son by Anna & Bill Tenenblatt; and Steven Morovati’s bar

of Marjorie oswald by Tracy, Andre, Adam, Josh & gaby Berger, mitzvah by Helen Molitz.

richard oswald, Jane Feinberg Krask .

in MeMoRY oF:

RaBBi niCole GuZiK’S diSCReTionaRY Fund

Nicole Harris by Pam, Simon & Kalman weisberg; and Marshall Temkin’s

in aPPReCiaTion:

wife, Susie Temkin by Alice & Nahum Lainer.

For spending the first seder with rabbi guzik & rabbi Sherman by Cindy & Sinai aKiBa SCHolaRSHiP Fund

Jeff Hausheer.

in HonoR oF:

RaBBi JaSon FRuiTHandleR’S diSCReTionaRY Fund Eitan & Shimon Schlessinger’s birthday by rhiana Kassin; Elaine Holiday

in HonoR oF:

husband’s recovery by Elaine Holiday; and Eitan & Shimon Schlessinger’s

rabbi Fruithandler & “Mazel Tov” on his installation by Cantor Ari Brown birthday by Shirin & Sam Parsi.

and rabbi randy Brown

douGlaS FaMilY eaRlY CHildHood CenTeR Fund

in aPPReCiaTion oF:

in HonoR oF:

rabbi Fruithandler’s care and support at the passing of my father, Ira Shimon & Eitan Schlessinger’s 4th birthday by robyn & Jonathan Fener.

Solomon by Leslie & Andrew wachtel; rabbi Fruithandler for helping with in MeMoRY oF:

the funeral arrangements of Margot’s brother, Victor Storch by Henry & Martha Parker by Sandra & william goodglick; and ruth Pilot’s mother,

Margot Bamberger and Mitchell Storch; and rabbi Fruithandler for leading Claire Bizar by Jennifer & rob galperson.

shiva services for my mother, Linda by Nicole Stein.

MuSiC Fund

RaBBi ZVi deRSHoWiTZ diSCReTionaRY Fund

in HonoR oF:

in MeMoRY oF:

The birth of Aryell Cohen’s granddaughter Lilah Poppy by Abner & roz

Margy Dolly Sherman’s yahrzeit by Marc Siegal.

goldstine.

ReFuaH SHleMaH:

aTid

To Emily Magilnick by Marc Siegal.

By william & Anna Tenenblatt.

CanToR JoSePH Gole’S diSCReTionaRY Fund

FaMilY MinYan Fund

in MeMoRY oF:

in HonoR oF:

My dear mother, Felicia giordano, by Eleanor weintraub; and my dear Dana & Evan Schlessinger hosting the Family Minyan Purim party by Elizabeth

& Michael Soroudi; and Family Minyan by golda & Marty Mendelsohn.

father, Ira Solomon, by Leslie wachtel.

GeneRal Fund

in MeMoRY oF:

By Kamyar & Shilla Hekmat; by Farahnaz Ebnyamin; by Tal & Deborah Marian rollman’s yahrzeit by Fred & gail rollman.

Fishman; by Sol & Luba Flatowicz; by Alexandra Harvey; and by Jila Kohan. doR CHadaSH Fund

in MeMoRY oF:

in HonoR oF:

Isador rosenbaum’s yahrzeit by Brina rosenbaum; Lilly gorsky’s yahrzeit of the birth of rabbis Nicole guzik and Erez Sherman’s daughter, Annie

by Marvin & Shirley Selter; Jeanne Swanson’s yahrzeit by Eric & Deborah Iyla Sherman by Marcia Freedland.

Swanson.

adulT eduCaTion Fund

liBRaRY Fund

in HonoR oF:

in HonoR oF:

Barbara Berci by roz goldstine; and the birth of Hallie & Cary Lerman’s

Max webb’s 95th birthday by rosa & Joe ruder.

granddaughter, gila Adera Mazar by Leslie wachtel.

in MeMoRY oF:

Claire Bizar by Brina rosenbaum and by rosa & Joe ruder; and Donal

Dreifus’ yahrzeit by Phyllis Dreifus.

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