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January 2011 | Tevet - Shevat 5771

Q ualit y T ime …

T orah for A dults : B eyond B ar and B at M itzvah

…conversations about our beliefs and our world

M y U nderstanding of F aith with our guest

Tuesdays, 7:30 p.m. January 4, February 1, March 1, April 5, May 3, and June 7

Chancellor, Jewish Theological Seminary of America

Rabbis Shulman and Wechsler invite you to join them for six Torah study sessions. We’ll explore some of the ideas, memories, and values of our lives as we interpret the Torah’s text together and in separate sessions for women and men.

Dr. Arnold Eisen

Tuesday, January 11, 7:30 p.m. Dr. Arnold Eisen will reflect upon his personal beliefs as we explore varied meanings of religious faith. Rabbi Shulman will also explore “observance versus celebration.” Chancellor Eisen returns to Chizuk Amuno for the fifth time to speak and meet with our community. Dr. Eisen will reflect upon his personal faith as a major leader at the helm of a religious movement, Conservative Judaism.

To register, please call The Stulman Center for Adult Learning, 410/824-2055/8.

M id -L ife O pportunit y …insights about our life’s stages, relationships, and fulfillment

Tuesdays, January 18 and 25, 7:30 p.m.

We invite everyone to join with us in welcoming and learning with Chancellor Eisen.

with Rabbi Ron Shulman Join in studying and discussing the insights of Jewish tradition that may guide us as we make our way through the routines and experiences of our lives. To register, please call The Stulman Center for Adult Learning, 410/824-2055/8.

S habbat Z emirot : S ongs of the S habbat T able with K ol R inah

T he G oldsmith M useum 10 th A nniversary C elebration

Community Shabbat Shirah Dinner

Friday, January 14 Join us as we honor the “Sabbath of Song” by hearing, learning, and singing traditional and contemporary zemirot, the songs sung at the Shabbat table for celebration and joy. Our friends in Kol Rinah will perform, teach, and lead us in Shabbat zemirot.

A n E xhibit of C ontemporary J udaic A rt and D esign for the H ome

6:15 p.m. Kabbalat Shabbat Service • 7 p.m. Shabbat Dinner

Exhibit and Cocktail Reception RSVP to Marci Scher at 410/824-2054 or mscher@chizukamuno.org

Saturday, January 22 • 7 p.m.

RSVP before January 10, 410/486-6400, info@chizukamuno.org, $25 per person.

T he U niversit y in the C ommunit y

S ave the D ate T he M itzvah of T orah !

featuring Ronald J. Daniels President of Johns Hopkins University

February 13, 11 a.m.

Sunday, January 30, 7 p.m. 

In honor of our 140th anniversary, the Chizuk Amuno family will write our first Sefer Torah. During the Opening Ceremony for this year-long event, the largest choir in our congregation’s history will fill the Sanctuary with beautiful music. Join our community choir and sign up by e-mailing Bob Hallock, communityevents@chizukamuno.org.

Following his talk, President Daniels and Rabbi Shulman will converse and entertain questions from the audience. They will address such subjects as Jewish life on campus and the value of your tuition dollars.   This program is free and open to the public. Light refreshments will be served. 1


Chizuk Amuno Congregation 8100 Stevenson Road, Baltimore, Maryland 21208 www.chizukamuno.org

Synagogue Office 410/486-6400 Synagogue Fax 410/486-4050 Synagogue E-mail info@chizukamuno.org Goldsmith Early Childhood Education Center 410/486-8642 Krieger Schechter Day School 410/486-8640 Rosenbloom Religious School 410/486-8641 Stulman Center for Adult Learning 410/824-2055

Milestones In Our Synagogue Family B’nei Mitzvah We proudly celebrate with these students who will be called to the Torah as B’nei Mitzvah. Mazal tov to their families.

JANUARY 8

SYNAGOGUE STAFF

Rabbi Ronald J. Shulman x230

rshulman@chizukamuno.org

Ritual Director Emeritus

Rev. Yehuda Dickstein

Headmaster, Krieger Schechter Day School

Dr. Paul D. Schneider | x226 | pschneider@soink12.ksds.edu Director, Congregational Education

60th: Joan and Dr. Theodore Kaiser 50th: Elinor and Michael Laupheimer 20th: Susan and Douglas Schehr

Engagements Rachel Jessica Caplan Rachel and Noah Brandon Caplan Baruch daughter and son of Ester and Jay Caplan

We congratulate these couples and their families as we wish them much happiness. Robert Scherr, son of Bonnie Scherr and grandson of Estelle Bloomberg, to Michelle Kessler Shanna Weinberg, daughter of Louise and Jay Weinberg, to Brett Weinblatt.

In Loving Memory

JANUARY 29

In sadness, our synagogue community mourns the passing of our members: Norman Gass

Rabbi Deborah Wechsler x231

dwechsler@chizukamuno.org Rabbi Emeritus Joel H. Zaiman x296 Hazzan Emanuel C. Perlman x233 eperlman@chizukamuno.org Ritual Director Dr. Moshe D. Shualy x243 mshualy@chizukamuno.org

Mazal tov to the following members of our synagogue family who will be celebrating their wedding anniversaries in the coming weeks.

45th: Rena and Jack Shenk

OFFICERS

President Richard P. Manekin, pres@chizukamuno.org First Vice President Michelle Malis, 1stvp@chizukamuno.org Vice President Louis E. Sapperstein Vice President Sandra Moffet Secretary Dr. Andrew Miller Treasurer Michelle Hettleman Assistant Treasurer Jason A. Blavatt

Anniversaries

Daniel Siegel, son of Janet Berg and Dr. Everett Siegel and brother of Leigh Siegel Rose Alon Vered daughter of Ilene Dackman Alon and Shay Alon

Rhoda Toney, mother of Harriet Dormer. We offer our sincere condolences to our members: Steven Gevarter, on the loss of his father, Leonard Gevarter.

Hunter Luis Flaks Menachum Leib son of Laura and Dr. John Flaks

Barry Goldstein, on the loss of his father, Gerald Goldstein. Herbert Koppel, on the loss of his brother, Bertram Koppel.

Alex Weinberg | x234 | aweinberg@chizukamuno.org

Births

Susan Kornblatt, on the loss of her father, Bernard Heneson.

Director, Goldsmith Early Childhood Education Center

We congratulate the following families on the birth of their children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren.

Audrey Levine, on the loss of her mother, Flora Pearlstein

Ryan George Schwaab, son of Rachel and Steven Schwaab, grandson of Alita and Ron Millen, and great-grandson of Hannah Rita Millen.

Beverly Sagal, on the loss of her brother, Dennis Alan Goldman.

Michelle Gold | x238 | gecec@chizukamuno.org

Director, Stulman Center for Adult Learning

Judy Meltzer | x287 | stulman@chizukamuno.org Director, Gemilut Hasadim Program

Miriam Foss | x281 | mfoss@chizukamuno.org Bar/Bat Mitzvah Coordinator

Debby Hellman | x290 | dhellman@chizukamuno.org Youth Educator

Mason Joseph Steller, son of Rebecca and Michael Steller and great-grandson of Phyllis and Leonard Attman.

Isaac Woloff | x305 | iwoloff@chizukamuno.org

Avigayil Sarit Yares, daughter of Drs. Ali and Ari Yares.

Curator, Goldsmith Museum

Birthdays

Dr. Susan Vick | x291 | svick@chizukamuno.org Choir Director

T. Herbert Dimmock

We wish Happy Birthday to these members of our synagogue family who each celebrate a birthday milestone this month.

A D M I N I S T R AT I V E S TA F F

Joseph Greenblum

Executive Director

Ronald N. Millen | x224 | rnmillen@chizukamuno.org Director of Congregational Advancement

Jenny Baker | x227 | jbaker@chizukamuno.org Controller

Rick Bernard | x256 | rbernard@chizukamuno.org Information Systems Manager

Bruce P. Yaillen | x284 | byaillen@chizukamuno.org Cemetery Director

Barbara Lichter | x248 | blichter@chizukamuno.org Assistant Cemetery Director

Marsha Yoffe | x309 | myoffe@chizukamuno.org Communications and Membership Coordinator

Cheryl Snyderman | x300 | csnyderman@chizukamuno.org Graphic Designer

Rachel Levitan | x282 | rlevitan@chizukamuno.org

Jane Sopher, on the loss of her father, Morton H. Poland. As a synagogue community, we express our sincere condolences and prayers for comfort to those who mourn.

Member in the News Our pride and best wishes to Lynn Kotz who is being honored by Hadassah of Greater Baltimore as she joins them in their support of stem cell research.

Jerry Kurman Dr. Jeffrey Zale

Laurel Freedman | x275 | lfreedman@chizukamuno.org Synagogue Administrator

Idaline Lipsky, on the loss of her brother, David Shuman.

W ater : T he N ew O il Sunday, January 16, 10 a.m.

P resented by E llen R osenberg Executive Board Member, Jewish National Fund Mid-Atlantic Region Breakfast will be served Free and open to the community RSVP to Marci Scher, 410/824-2057 Sponsored by the Israel Engagement Committee 2

T he B ible and the Q uran Sunday, January 23, 11:30 a.m. Beth Israel Congregation JTS presents this learning session featuring JTS scholar Dr. Raymond Scheindlin, professor of Medieval Hebrew Literature. Dr. Scheindlin will introduce Islamic beliefs and practices. RSVP required, Ann Friedman, 410/654-0800.


Schedule of Services

JANUARY 2011 | Tevet/Shevat 5711

January 21/22 | Shevat 16/17

Each Friday evening and Shabbat morning we enjoy celebration, prayer, and Torah study with Rabbi Ronald Shulman, Rabbi Deborah Wechsler, Hazzan Emanuel Perlman, and our synagogue community.

December 31/January 1 | Tevet 24/25

Oneg Shabbat/Minhah Kabbalat Shabbat

6:00 p.m. 6:15 p.m.

Shabbat Morning Service Torah Portion: YITRO, EXODUS 18:1-20:23 Shabbat Yahad – Shabbat Together Family Service Simhat Shabbat Torah for Tots

9:15 a.m.

This schedule indicates the weeks when our Chizuk Amuno Choir participates in services, as well as study themes, or other service features including family and Shabbat Yahad activities. Join with us to express yourself in the presence of God, to nurture your soul, and to connect your life with the life of our synagogue family. Babysitting is available beginning at 9:15 a.m. every Shabbat, except holiday weekends.

Daily Services, Hoffberger Chapel Unless otherwise noted: Daily: 7:30 a.m. and 6:15 p.m. Sunday: 9:15 a.m. and 6:15 p.m. Shabbat Minhah, Ma’ariv, and Havdalah: refer to weekly Shabbat schedules

Candle Lighting January 7

4:41 p.m.

January 14

4:48 p.m.

January 21

4:56 p.m.

January 28

5:04 p.m.

February 4

5:12 p.m.

Oneg Shabbat/Minhah Kabbalat Shabbat

4:15 p.m. 4:30 p.m.

Shabbat Morning Service Torah Portion: VA-ERA, EXODUS 6:2-9:35 Rabbi Shulman’s Sermon – “Does Everybody Know Your Name?” No Family Service

9:15 a.m.

Study Session Minhah/Ma’ariv Havdalah

4:30 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 5:20 p.m.

Krieger Schechter Day School Sunday, January 9, 2 p.m.

Rosenbloom Religious School Sunday, January 30, 9:15 a.m.

Oneg Shabbat/Minhah Kabbalat Shabbat

6:00 p.m. 6:15 p.m.

Shabbat Morning Service Torah Portion: BO, EXODUS 10:1-13:16 B’nei Mitzvah of Rachel Caplan and Noah Caplan Rabbi Wechsler’s Sermon – “When is Hope Lost?” Family Service Simhat Shabbat Torah for Tots

9:15 a.m.

Study Session Minhah/Ma’ariv Havdalah

10:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m. 11:15 a.m. 4:30 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 5:26 p.m.

Oneg Shabbat/Minhah Kabbalat Shabbat Shabbat Dinner Shabbat Zemirot: Songs of the Shabbat Table with Kol Rinah

6:00 p.m. 6:15 p.m. 7:00 p.m.

Shabbat Morning Service Torah Portion: B’SHALLAH, EXODUS 13:17-17:16 Shabbat Shirah – Song and Celebration Chizuk Amuno Choir joins Hazzan Perlman

9:15 a.m.

Study Session Minhah/Ma’ariv Havdalah

4:30 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 5:33 p.m.

Presents

T h e B a lt i m o r e M a n d o l i n O r c h e s t r a

4:30 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 5:41 p.m.

Oneg Shabbat/Minhah Kabbalat Shabbat

6:00 p.m. 6:15 p.m.

Shabbat Morning Service Torah Portion: MISHPATIM, EXODUS 21:1-24:18 B’nei Mitzvah of Rose Alon and Hunter Flaks Rabbi Shulman’s Sermon Chizuk Amuno Choir joins Hazzan Perlman Family Service

9:15 a.m.

10:00 a.m.

Study Session Minhah/Ma’ariv Havdalah

4:30 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 5:49 p.m.

February 4/5 | Shevat 30/Adar I 1 Oneg Shabbat/Minhah Kabbalat Shabbat

6:00 p.m. 6:15 p.m.

Shabbat Morning Service Torah Portion: TERUMAH, Exodus 25:1-27:19 Sisterhood Shabbat Family Service Torah for Tots

9:15 a.m.

10:00 a.m. 11:15 a.m.

Study Session Minhah/Ma’ariv Havdalah

Join

Club Hatikvah

Study Session Minhah/Ma’ariv Havdalah

January 28/29 | Shevat 23/24

January 7/8 | Shevat 2/3

January 14/15 | Shevat 9/10

J o i n U s at O u r S c h o o l Open House:

10:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m. 11:15 a.m.

your

Chizuk Amuno in the Sun

4:30 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 5:57 p.m.

friends

Chizuk Amuno’s Annual Florida gathering with Rabbi Ron Shulman and President Dick Manekin

Sunday, January 16, 6 p.m. The Baltimore Mandolin Orchestra is an ensemble of mandolins, mandolas, mandocellos, mandobasses, and classical guitars, playing a mix of classical music, marches, rags, show tunes, and a variety of other traditional compositions. Tickets are $21 for members and $23 for non-members. RSVP by Thursday, January 6 to Norma Surosky, 410/653-0484. To become a member of Club Hatikvah, please call Leonard Fox, 410/484-6260. Future Club Hatikvah dates: February 20, March 13, and May 15.

Thursday, February 24, 10 a.m., Brunch B’nai Torah Congregation in Boca Raton. Invitations will be mailed in mid-January. If you would like to be included, please contact Marci Scher, Development Assistant, at 410/824-2057 or mscher@chizukamuno.org. This gathering is sponsored by the Chizuk Amuno Foundation, Inc. 3


Terumot HaKodesh – Sacred Tribute Gifts

Gemilut Hasadim Volunteer Programs Adopt-A-Road

Our Daily Bread

Chizuk Amuno Brotherhood performs the mitzvah of shmirat adamah, protecting the earth, by cleaning a segment of Greenspring Avenue on Sunday, February 27 (rain date March 6). Meet us at 9 a.m. by the front office. All supplies will be provided. All are welcome. To volunteer please call Irwin Golob at 410/560-7422. Todah Rabbah to our December volunteers: Howard Brill, Moe Brown, Jay Finkel, and Irwin Golob

Join the Chizuk Amuno team to help serve meals to hungry men, women, and children from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on upcoming Sundays, January 30, and February 27. To sign up, please contact Wendy Davis, 410/358-5979 or bandwdavis@aol.com, or Jenny Baker, 410/602-9885 or bakerjenny@yahoo.com. Todah rabbah to the dedicated volunteers who served in November: Jenny Baker, Carole Diamond, Judy Meltzer, Janice Perlman, Dawn Reznik, Don Schein, Ruth Schein, Lynn Tucker, and Nelson Tucker

Courtland Gardens Help bring joy to the residents of Courtland Gardens through group activities: Sunday, February 27 at 10:30 a.m. To volunteer, please contact Linda Levy, 410/484-4015 or lindalevy10@gmail.com.

Operation Welcome Home Maryland Join us as we welcome home our troops from military service overseas. Volunteers will meet at BWI airport and help pack goodie bags, cheer for soldiers, and thank them for their service. Dates are set one to three weeks in advance of the incoming flights. If you would like to be informed of these welcoming opportunities contact Rabbi Wechsler, dwechsler@chizukamuno.org. This project is suitable for adults and children of all ages.

Habitat for Humanity of the Chesapeake No construction skills are needed and there is always a construction supervisor on site. A variety of tasks is available and will be determined based on need. Teenagers over the age of 16 are encouraged to participate. This is a great opportunity to represent Chizuk Amuno while building homes for families alongside great volunteers from around the area. For build dates, please contact Bobbi Schulman, 410/561-5967 or sschul@ comcast.net. Todah rabbah to Moe Brown and Andy Miller who participated in the December Interfaith Build.

Hakhnasat Orhim – Welcoming Guests If you live within walking distance of the synagogue, and are able to host visitors for Shabbat, please e-mail Rabbi Wechsler, dwechsler@chizukamuno.org.

My Sister’s Place Help a motivational circle for women at My Sister’s Place, facilitated by Barbara Grochal. Participants share experiences, listen to one another, and build community in an atmosphere of support and mutual respect. Todah rabbah to those who volunteered in November: Karen Caplan, Barbara Grochal, Judy Meltzer, and Miriam Foss. For more information or to volunteer, please contact Barbara Grochal at 410/484-0544 or bgrochal@comcast.net.

Jared Scott Levy Memorial Garden We are looking for flower and plant enthusiasts of all ages to help with succession planting in the spring. Double community service hours are available through the GH office. To sign up, please e-mail Allen Brown, abrown86@ verizon.net. Special thanks to Allen Brown, Shari Kaplan, Joan Vardi, and Shawn Vardi

BBQ Chicken Preparation for Our Daily Bread We invite you to join Chef Annie Hood in preparing large quantities of BBQ chicken for the guests at Our Daily Bread on Tuesday, January 11. There will be 2 shifts: 5-7 p.m. and 7-9 p.m. Dinner will be provided for all participants. We will take a special study break with Rabbi Wechsler at 7 p.m. RSVP to Miriam Foss.

Ronald McDonald House Join us as we cook and serve dinners at Ronald McDonald House, for families with seriously ill children. The families look forward to home cooked meals to ease the strain and pressure that come with seeking medical treatment far from home. Our upcoming dates are Tuesday, January 25, Thursday, February 24, and Wednesday, March 16. Todah rabbah to those who volunteered in December: Molly Bookoff, Nancy Bookoff, Adam Cohen, Karen Cohen, Hillary Crystal, Margo Friedman, Garth Gerstenblith, Carol Gratz, Drew Himmelrich, Eileen Himmelrich, Lisa London, Saundra Madoff, Marcia Scherr, and Frada Wall

Transportation Service on Shabbat Need a ride to shul on Shabbat mornings? Rides for members who no longer drive can be arranged on a week-by-week basis. Just call Miriam Foss by Monday or Tuesday of the week you want to attend services. Crafts at St. Vincent’s Villa

Sunday, January 30, 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. Crafts, cooking, and educational activities at St. Vincent’s Villa, a therapeutic group home based in Towson. To volunteer, contact Susan Straus in the evening, 410/3566284. Please register as soon as possible. We express special gratitude for funding from the Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Gemilut Hasadim Endowment Fund of the Chizuk Amuno Foundation, Inc. For questions or to participate in any Gemilut Hasadim programs, contact Miriam Foss at 410/486-6400, ext. 281 or mfoss@chizukamuno. org. Please refer to www.chizukamuno.org for more information regarding these programs.

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We are so grateful for the generous and thoughtful contributions to Chizuk Amuno Congregation or one of our schools in honor or in memory of loved ones and friends, to wish a speedy recovery, or to express appreciation. In our sacred community each contribution is understood as terumat hakodesh—a sacred tribute gift. These different offerings sustain and enrich the life of our community, and are a meaningful way to acknowledge occasions and milestones. Sacred Tribute Gifts and contributions to Chizuk Amuno Congregation can be made by contacting our synagogue office, 410/486-6400. If you are interested in establishing a named endowment fund to commemorate an individual or occasion, please contact Laurel Freedman, Director of Congregational Advancement, ext. 275.

Contributions In Honor of Wendy Davis with appreciation by Abraham Krosnick Anita and Arnold Foreman on Rachel passing the Bar by Lee and Alfred Whiteman Toba and Bill Grant on their grandsons, Teddy and Sam, becoming b’nei mitzvah by Harriet Miller Ron Millen with appreciation by Abraham Krosnick Sue and Howard Platt on their new home by Selma and Jules Shaivitz Howard Rosenbloom for being honored on Simhat Torah by Erika and Dr. Lew Schon Beverly and Stuart Sagal on the marriage of their daughter, Nanette, to Eddie Greenberg by Debbie Gilbert, Emily, Michelle, and Samantha Kramer Donna and Bob Wolf on the engagement of their daughter, Marla, to Neil Markoff by Sheila and Howard Sandbank Dorothy Yankellow on her grandson, Koby Samuel, becoming a bar mitzvah by Joan Rombro; Lynn and Nelson Tucker In Memory of Joan Lipnick Abelson by Amy, Jason, Jared, and Rachel Blavatt; Liz Ferrugia and Ron Magarick; Miriam and Jay Gerstenblith and family; Michelle and Jeffrey Hettleman; Debbie Gilbert, Emily, Michelle, and Samantha Kramer Susan Blavatt by Debbi and Aaron Charles and family; Michelle and Jeffrey Hettleman Eileen DeBoise by Marian and Chuck Klein Deanie Erlich by Carole and Noah Buchman Dennis Goldman by Florene and Dr. Ron Goldner; Sande and Ed Mitchell Bernard Heneson by Florene and Dr. Ron Goldner Florence Hoffberger by Debbi and Aaron Charles and family; Ros and Dr. Alfred Kronthal Edward Holzman by Sylvia Cummins; Ruthanne Kaufman; Barbabra and Bruce Lewbart; Sande and Ed Mitchell; Mildred and Phil Nochumowitz; Lynn and Nelson Tucker; Frada Wall; Judith and Fred Zimmerman Fay Holzman by Florene and Dr. Ron Goldner; Michelle and Ken Tepper Bertram Koppel by Florene and Dr. Ron Goldner Bessie Meleneck by Paulette and Jay Pollack Steven Rosenthal by Marilyn and Marty Kinstler David Shuman by Nancy and Dr. Marc Gertner Daniel Siegel by Debbie Gilbert, Emily, Michelle, and Samantha Kramer Leah Suldan by Erika and Dr. Lew Schon; Lisa and Rabbi Robert Tobin Rhoda Toney by Deborah and Gary Bailey; Harriet and Miner Brown; Cinda and Conrad Curry; Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation; Miriam and Forest Foss; Tobye and Joel Frankle; Miriam, Irwin,


Seth, and Adina Golob; Toba and Bill Grant; Natalie Jeffrey; Harriet and Alan Kanter; Barbara and Bruce Lewbart; Sande and Ed Mitchell; Marilyn Naviasky; Sheila and Howard Sandbank; Lorie Smith; Harriet and Marvin Solomon; Judith and Marvin Spector; Dr. Theodore Walman; Donna and Mark Wasserman Emily Wallenstein-Meritt by Ellen Gillette Maury Weinberg by Abraham Krosnick Refuah Sh’lemah to Robin Just by Judith and Fred Zimmerman Anna Pateka by Leah Helman Janice Starr by 2010 Melton Class 1

Ezrine Library and Glazer Media Center In Honor of Jackie Glassgold on her special birthday by Judy and Warren Michelson

Gemilut Hasadim Fund In Memory of Joan Lipnick Abelson by Amy, Jason, Jared, and Rachel Blavatt

Inscribed Etz Hayim Humash In Honor of Sheldon Goldseker on his special birthday by Jane Krosin and Harriet and Joel Shor In Memory of Rhoda Toney by Suzanne Bailey

KSDS Scholarship Fund In Memory of Joan Lipnick Abelson by Robyn and Steven Blum Florence Hoffberger by Robyn and Steven Blum Celia Korman by Robyn and Steven Blum

KSDS Special Offering In Memory of Celia Korman by Barbabra and Bruce Lewbart

Prayer Book Fund In Honor of Leonard Fox on his 90th birthday by Cecil Fox and family Israela and Rabbi Michael Meyerstein on the upcoming marriage of their son, Ariel, to Alison Fleming by Miriam and Dr. Jay Gerstenblith and family Irene Pack on her 85th birthday by Elaine and Leonard Fox Leslie and Dr. Stephen Pomerantz on their son, Aaron, becoming a bar mitzvah by Ruth and Dr. Harry Silber Earl Raffel on his special birthday by Karleen Levisohn Beverly and Stuart Sagal on the marriage of their daughter, Nanette, to Eddie Greenberg by Miriam and Dr. Jay Gerstenblith and family

Debbie and Eric Schwartz on their son, Andrew becoming a bar mitzvah by Diana Weitzman Dorothy Yankellow on her grandson, Koby Samuel, becoming a bar mitzvah by Ruth and Dr. Harry Silber In Memory of Elvin Bernstein by Jill and Michael Weiss Dennis Goldman by Miriam and Dr. Jay Gerstenblith and family Marvin Klompus by Pamela and Joel Fradin Bertram Koppel by Dr. Patricia and Gary Attman Rhoda Toney by Elaine and Leonard Fox; Ruthanne Kaufman; Nancie Leibowitz; Dr. Anne and David Young Maury Weinberg by Amy, Jason, Jared, and Rachel Blavatt

Jared Scott Levy Memorial Scholarship Fund In Honor of Jackie Glassgold on her special birthday by Dorothy Yankellow Joyce and Paul Miller on their daughter, Bethany Robin, becoming a bat mitzvah by Dorothy Yankellow In Memory of Edward Holzman by Dorothy Yankellow Rhoda Toney by Frona Bernstein; Dorothy Yankellow Refuah Sh’lemah to Anne King by Dorothy Yankellow

Stanley I. Minch Scholarship Fund

David M. Bloomberg Memorial Scholarship Fund

In Memory of Rhoda Toney by Edna and Mace Crystal

In Memory of Dr. Jules Scherr by Linda and Phil Avillo; Carroll Hospital Staff; Bobbie and Bob Kodeck; Grace Nardone

Pauline and Ivan Oshrine KSDS Endowment Fund

Marcia and Dr. Jerry Buxbaum Endowment Fund In Memory of Martin Blumberg by Marcia and Dr. Jerry Buxbaum Rhoda Toney by Marcia and Dr. Jerry Buxbaum

Minnie Garber and Rose Greenberg Scholarship Fund In Memory of Rotem Arbel by Sandy and Marty Greenberg and family Harriet Berkenhammer and son by Sandy and Marty Greenberg and family Irwin Burtnick by Sandy and Marty Greenberg Stephen Nacklis by Sandy and Marty Greenberg and family

I. Leon Glassgold Memorial Scholarship Fund In Honor of Jackie Glassgold on her special birthday by Elaine and Dick Axman; Ruth Bakal; Claire Beissinger; Jennifer Berk and Neil Kahn; Adele Hollander; Dovey and Billy Kahn; Bette Miller Sherman; Elinor Sklar

Goldner Ramah Scholarship Fund In Memory of Rhoda Toney by Florene and Dr. Ron Goldner

Joan Gottlieb Scholarship Fund In Memory of Rebecca Feinblum by Joan and Dr. Michael Gottleib Florence Hoffberger by Joan and Dr. Michael Gottleib Daniel Siegel by Joan and Dr. Michael Gottleib

Bimah Flowers

In Memory of Aaron Chmar by Ivan Oshrine Refuah Sh’lemah to Rona Golomb by Ivan Oshrine

Reznik-Frier Scholarship Fund In Honor of Alita and Ron Millen on the birth of their grandson, Ryan, by Janine and Rob Frier

Discretionary Fund Tzedakah contributions to our clergy Discretionary Fund, as well as gifts received in honor, memory, or appreciation of life cycle occasions support charitable, cultural, and educational causes. Tanya and Michael Antwerpen, in appreciation of Rabbi Shulman for officiating at the baby naming of Brooke Evelyn Antwerpen Alberta Cooperman, in appreciation of Rabbi Shulman for officiating at the unveiling of Sam Cooperman Judy Culiner, in appreciation of Rabbi Shulman for officiating at the funeral of Sylvia Sussman Judy Katz-Leavy, Arnold Wallenstein, and Sandy Wallenstein, in appreciation of Rabbi Shulman for officiating at the funeral of Emily Wallenstein-Meritt Arnie Wallenstein and family, in appreciation of Hazzan Perlman, for his support and service during the difficult time and passing of Emily Wallenstein-Meritt Amy Blavatt, in memory of her father, Edward Priga The Blavatt Family, in appreciation of the kindness and support provided by the members of the Chizuk Amuno Community during the shiva period for Susan Blavatt Susan and Allan J. Greenberg, with appreciation Ruthanne Kaufman, in appreciation of the clergy

Stanley Gamson by Irma Gamson and family. Dr. Herbert B. Copeland, Jr, father, by Marsha and Richard Manekin and family. Rose Conn by Allan Conn. William Glick by Dr. B. Ralph Hoffman and family. Sara Fox Glazer, mother, by Lowell R. Glazer and family. Sam Berlin, father, by Karla and Stanley Schulman and family. Solomon S. Glassgold by his children. Helena Powers, mother, by Jeffrey and Mark Powers. Sol Hankin, father, by Doris Cohen and family. Frieda Crockin Grant, mother, by Sally and Arthur Grant and family.

Friday and Saturday, December 31 and January 1 | 24-25 Tevet In Memory Of: Joseph Alter by the Alter family. Yale Aarons by his wife and children. Sadye Pollack, mother, by Faye and Howard A. Pollack and family. Bernard Gorban, by his wife Barbara, children Arlene and Lonny, and family. Abe Leibowitz by his family. Charles H. Hoffberger by his daughter and grandchildren. Albert Deiner, husband, by Shirley Deiner and family. Jack Bass, father, by Linda and Robert Eisenberg and Terry and Marc Bass. Sarabelle Bass, mother, by Brina and Jay Pintzuk and family. Joseph Sklar, father, by Ina and Nathan Caplan and family, and Franny and Lee Stotsky and family. Bernice S. Friedman by Carol and Benjamin Sugar.

Friday and Saturday, January 7 and 8 | 2-3 Shevat In Honor Of: The B’nei Mitzvah of Rachel Jessica and Noah Brandon Caplan, by their parents, Ester and Jay Caplan and their grandparents, Simat Yehuda Glazer, Merle Caplan and Alan and Viki Caplan.

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Clara and Isaac Siegel, parents and grandparents, by Roslyn and Melvin Siegel and family and Sylvia Gamerman and family. Ida Berman and Minnie Dora Lerner, mothers, by their families. Simon Glassman by Phyllis and Leonard Glassman and family. Jennie Kemper by her children and grandchildren.

In Memory Of: Gertrude Goldman, mother, by Adrianne Greenspun and family. Harold Elkin, father, by Sandra and David Abramoff and family. Dorothy Cohen, mother, by Harriet Helfand and family. Harry Merowitz, father, by Joan Jacobs and family. Lillie Blumenthal, mother, by her family. Abraham Weinstein by Harriette and Marvin Solomon and family. Mary Chinn by her son. Gilbert Bulmash, father, by Patsy Beth and Dr. Sheldon Milner and family. Miriam Brager by her children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Dr. Maimon Cohen by his family. Renee Morgenstern, mother, by Lisa and Stuart Levine. Reba Frame Schwartzman, mother, by Susan and Ronald Schwartzman and family. Dr. Alfred J. Cole, father, by Sharon and Ronald Cole and family. Dr. Alfred J. Cole, father, by Linda and Dr. Jeffrey Cole and family. Morris Wolf, father, by Donna and Robert Wolf and family. Louis N. Blatt, father, by Stuart R. Blatt and family. Nettie Lachman, mother, by Isobel Weiner and family. Gilda Baker by Beverly and Donald Levy. Regina Massouda, mother, by Lily and Dr. Warren Massouda and family. Beryl Weiner by Sylvia Weiner, Rita Weiner, Ira Weiner and Lynn Weinberg, Robin Weiner and Brian and Marc Weiner. Florence Fineman, on her birthday, by her children and grandchildren.

Friday and Saturday, January 21 and 22 | 16-17 Shevat In Memory Of: Minnie R. and Herman Fox by their daughter Natalie Jeffrey and their grandchildren. Sadie Madoff, mother, by Sylvia and Dr. Ralph Dolgoff and family. Sheldon Holstein, father, by Ann and Ronald Holstein and family. Bernard B. Bloomberg by Estelle Bloomberg and family. Milton Addis, father, by Diane and Stephen Dansicker and family. Helane W. Levine, mother, by Alyse and Philip Holstein and family. Minnie Jed Zweigel and Samuel Jed, parents, and Dr. Abraham Hurwitz, husband, by Saralee Hurwitz. Hyman Shear, father, by Miriam and Dr. Joseph Shear and family. Dora “Dutchie” Needle, mother, by Lynne Komins and family and Jack Needle and family. Theresa Freilich, mother, by Michael Freilich and family. Louis Diamond by Shirley Diamond and family. Dr. Sylvan C. Goodman by his wife and children. Charlotte L. Eisenberg, mother, by Linda and Robert Eisenberg and family. Sonia Rubin by Jack Rubin. Florence Richmond, aunt, by Rona and Dotsy Weintraub. Carl Schechter by Dara and Dr. Ronald Schechter and Noah and Nicole. Lena and Samuel Friedman, parents, by Arlene and Kenneth Friedman. Bernard Rosensweig by his family. Anna L. Fuchsman and David Benjamin by Harvey A. Jerome and family. Burton Blum, brother, by Elke and Arnold Neuburger and family. David Krol, father, by Harriet and Dr. Alan Friedman and family. Percy Chaimson, father, by Carole and Hanan Sibel and family. Stuart Tilson, on his birthday, by his family.

Friday and Saturday, January 14 and 15 | 9-10 Shevat In Memory Of: Caroline A. Kaplan, mother, by Joyce and Louis I. Kaplan. Rebecca Goldner, mother, by Rosalind and Dr. Alfred Kronthal. Hyman Quint by Harold Glaser and family. Faye Plotkin, mother, by Marlene and Bernie Gerber, children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren. Lillian and Louis Fromkin by Jerome Shane and family. Rose and Samuel Pollack, parents, by Harriet Pollack and Marlene and Dr. Irvin Pollack. Sarah and Maurice Hirschhorn, parents, by Harriet Feinglass and children, Ellen and Dr. Mark Gordon and Barbara Rothstein. Carolyn Chaimson, mother, by Carole and Hanan Sibel and family. Bernard B. Cohen, by his wife Beverly K. Cohen, children and grandchildren. Dr. Nathaniel Nuger, father, by Frances Klotzman and family. Arthur Bronfein by his wife, children and grandchildren. Rabbi Israel M. Goldman by the congregation. Lena Uliss, mother, by Vera and Barry Wasserman and family. Fannie Zinz Savage, mother, by Herbert S. Zinz, children and grandchildren. Herbert J. Kleiman, by his wife and family. Louis Handelman, father, by Donna J. and Mayer Handelman and family. David Ellison by his family. Henry O. Shor by his wife, Shirley, and family. Morris Gendason, father, by Sharon and Larry Rose and family. Faybian Milner, father, by Patsy Beth and Dr. Sheldon Milner and family. Pauline Gottlieb, mother, by Joan and Dr. Michael Gottlieb and family. Sylvia Setren by Jeffrey Setren and family. Russell Sindler, father, by Drs. Ruth and Neal Grossman and family. Alan J. Fishlin by Alita and Ron Millen and family. Irving A. Smith by his family. Minnie Stein, mother, by Ursula Gruz and family.

Perpetual Memorials

25 Tevet | Jan. 1

We observe the yahrzeits of these loved ones this month. May their memories bring blessing and goodness to those who remember them.

26 Tevet | Jan. 2

* Yale J. Aarons * Joseph Alter * * * * *

Freda R. Benjamin Esther Cohn Isaac Ephraim Gertrude Goldberg Shirley Helman

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Friday and Saturday, January 28 and 29 | 23-24 Shevat In Honor Of: The Bat Mitzvah of Rose Alon, by her parents, Ilene Dackman Alon and Shay Alon, and her grandparents, Bracha and Nechemia Alon. The Bar Mitzvah of Hunter Luis Flaks, by his parents, Laura and Dr. John Flaks, and his grandmothers, Grace Schnitzer and Olga Flaks. In Memory Of: Barbara Levy Dackman and Bernard Dackman, grandparents of Rose Alon, on the occasion of Rose’s Bat Mitzvah. Jaime Flaks, grandfather of Hunter Luis Flaks, on the occasion of Hunter’s Bar Mitzvah. Anna Nochumowitz, mother, by her family. Matilda Dolgoff, mother, by Sylvia and Dr. Ralph Dolgoff and family. Sylvan Kogan by his wife, Gloria Kogan, children and grandchildren. Morris R. Walman, father, by Dr. Ted Walman and family. Jerold I. Lenrow, father and grandfather, by Ruth and Jay Lenrow and family. Fannie Sacks, mother, by Pauline Luntz and family Sara Bart by her children and grandchildren. Cantor Abraham Salkov by the congregation. Mary M. Lebow, by her children and grandchildren. Harold Goldsmith by his family. Rita Helzner Silverman, sister, by Marian and “Chuck” Klein. Esther Rosenbloom by her family.

May Herzberg Charles H. Hoffberger Max Kleinman Abe Leibowitz Alvin E. Levy A. Jay Segal Myra S. Wagonheim

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27 Tevet | Jan. 3

* Dr. Wolfe Adler 6

Benjamin A. Brown Jennie Cohen Dora Feldman Isadore Fox Louis Herman Harry Hitlin Daniel Kemper Avram Meshulam Isidore Schnaper

Lillian Rosenblum Shapiro * Ruth B. Warnick Louis W. Wiener 28 Tevet | Jan. 4

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Herbert Albersheim Sophye Berman Samuel S. Bernstein Ethel Cagan

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Hinda Cohen Louis Cohn Elizabeth Deitz Raphael P. Friedman Rabbi Robert Gordis Nettie Klein Samuel Levy Jerome Luntz Flora Mehlman


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Ernest Millhauser Esther Preissman Paul Silverman Joseph Sklar

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Morris Alperstein Rae Ellen Alperstein Irving Applefeld Paula Beck Joseph Birnbaum Nathan Blumberg Jennie Friedman Cohan Herbert B. Copeland, Jr. Sally Finkelstein Stanley Gamson Yetta Glasser Celia Goldman Rose Greenwald Louis I. Katzner Samuel H. Landsman Irwin W. Lippman Charlotte T. Love Julius Pfeiffer Brina Paula Steinberg Ethel Weiss Dr. Egon R. Werthamer

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Samuel Berlin Dena Bores Rose Conn Sara Glazer William Glick Edith Krizman Aaron I. Rosenberg Jacob Shraga

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Lena Brown Melvin Carp Solomon S. Glassgold Frieda Grant Sol Hankin Daniel Lebow Sadie Leibowitz Lemuel Lewis Florence A. Pass Helena Powers Aaron I. Rosenberg

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Betty L. Blaukopf Sydney M. Brown Harold Elkin Lillian Polan Goldberg Solomon Hamburger Selma Harris Labish Katzner Sarah Klaff Theodore E. Rodbell

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Hilda Friedland Sophie G. Jacobson Benjamin Jaffe Cele Kravitz Gertrude Nadich Liss David B. Naiman Lois Neuberger Hazzan Noah Rebecca Perlman Dora Pleet Blanche R. Simon

29 Tevet | Jan. 5

1 Shevat | Jan. 6

2 Shevat | Jan. 7

3 Shevat | Jan. 8

4 Shevat | Jan. 9

* Samuel Stein * Rhea Walker * Annie Zipper

5 Shevat | Jan. 10

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Ray Baum Lillie Blumenthal Gilbert Bulmash Rena Carasso Minnie F. Ephraim Max H. Holzman Emanuel Katz Jerome Klaff Esther Levinson Estelle H. Rogers Daniel Schwartzman Isabel Socoloff Philip Vogel Abraham I. Weinstein Louis Weintraub William Zimmerman Louis R. Zinberg

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Miriam Brager Dr. Maimon M. Cohen Felicia Coleman Emma G. Davidson Milton Fleischer Rebecca Gitomer Sarah Oppenheim Dora H. Polan Marvin Pumpian

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Harry L. Baum Dr. Alfred J. Cole Milton Goldsmith Samuel J. Keiser Renee Morgenstern Aron Mark Pollokoff Nathan Semer Morris Wolf

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Samuel Adelman Louis N. Blatt Emile Clarke Joachim Ehrlich Carol Joan Harmon Caroline Kahn Frank J. Kaufman Lena Kramer Bernard L. Kuff Vivian G. Raskin Ellen Rothenberg Rose P. Round Louis Suskin

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Gilda Baker Eva Fives John Gamiel Dr. Abraham B. Hurwitz Max Platt Pearl Rubin David Harry Rubin Shimon Rubin Shprintzeh Rubin Beryl Weiner Belle Weinstein Isaac Weinstein

6 Shevat | Jan. 11

7 Shevat | Jan. 12

8 Shevat | Jan. 13

9 Shevat | Jan. 14

10 Shevat | Jan. 15

* Robert M. Debuskey

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Jacob Fine Rebecca Goldner Jacob Goldstein Caroline A. Kaplan Ralph Katz Sadie Kirsch Faye Ruth Plotkin Hyman Quint Nina-Lee Warnick Gershon Zipper

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Jamie Hill Benesch Shyrlie Berg Arthur Bronfein Carolyn Chaimson Bernard B. Cohen Sidney D. Cohen Maurice Hirschhorn Barry Max Lazarus Samuel Levin Minnie Mazer Benjamin Miller Dr. Nathaniel Nuger Morris Pimes Rose Pollack Samuel Shapiro Borris M. Spector

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Coleman Cordish Dora H. Edlavitch Solomon Feldman Milton Leon Glaser Rabbi Israel M. Goldman Max Harris Rose R. Hummel Laura Zena Saye Frank I. Seidel Lena Uliss Herman Weinstein Irene S. Zell Minnie Zweigel

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Louis Booke Isaac E. Davidson David Ellison Elmer H. Goldner William Goodman Leonard Haimowitz Louis Handelman Charles Kellert Herbert J. Kleiman Sylvia Paul Fannie Zinz Savage Miriam Helfgott Sax Henry O. Shor Lillian Slatkin Walter M. Stein Ann O. Zeren

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Bernice F. Abrams Abraham B. Baker Bertha Cohen Alan J. Fishlin David Fishman Morris Gendason Lillian Klotzman Ruth Fink Miller Faybian A. Milner Harry Morrell

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Bernard Moss Max Reiser Barnett Samuels Sylvia Setren Morris N. Sherman Irving A. Smith Irving I. Zale

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Deborah M. Abramowitz Rose R. W. Denison Jesse Fine Rev. Herman Glass Isaac Zelic Josephson Nathan H. Karu Karen Gail Maizlish Lillian Morstein Isaac Oppenheimer Clara Siegel Joseph W. Spector Bessie Taft

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Albert H. Davis Elliott W. Deane Jacob I. Fisher Simon Glassman Mollie Goldstein Sarah Harris Sarah Harrison Lillian Helman Mollie Herman Jennie Kemper Dorothy R. Kleiman Harry Lazen Rose R. Raffel Sylvia Weinapple

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Norman Buckner Abraham Cohen Herman Fox Minnie R. Fox Sybil Glickman Rev. Max Goldman Sheldon Pete Holstein Elizabeth Houseman Jerome Kessler Samuel Peregoff Lillian Stempler

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Leonard Askin Benjamin Bart Bernard Bloomberg Solomon Coplon Gilman S. Jacobs Helane Levine Vivian S. Manekin Hildah S. Plant Joseph N. Polan Irving Schuster

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Herman Carliner Evelyn Katzoff Mollie Livingston Esther Schapiro Sylvia Scherr Rebecca Shuman

15 Shevat | Jan. 20

11 Shevat | Jan. 16

16 Shevat | Jan. 21

12 Shevat | Jan. 17

17 Shevat | Jan. 22

13 Shevat | Jan. 18

18 Shevat | Jan. 23

19 Shevat | Jan. 24

14 Shevat | Jan. 19

20 Shevat | Jan. 25

Morton Benesch * Matilda Carp * Joseph A. Gold

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Fred E. Goldsmith Leon N. Hirschman Beverly Kellert Jacobs Edward Jacobs Hyman Samuel Jed Ann D. Kaplan Jacob L. Kronthal Leon Magaziner Celia Naiman Samuel Pollack Dorothy F. Rosenberg Morris J. Rosenzwog Samuel Siff

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Sarafran Berlin Minna Drukman Theresa Ginsburg Freilich Marvin L. Goldman Dora “Dutchie” Needle Dr. Joseph Novey Isadore Pateka Charles H. Scher Hyman Shear Yetta Steppacher

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Jacob Blankin Burton B. Blum Charlotte L. Eisenberg Rose Feld Harry Fisher B. Lewis Garshman Abe Gladstone Dr. Sylvan Goodman Benjamin Helman Elaine Fisher Kline Maurice Koppel Ray Rosenthal Sonia Rubin Sarah Sauber Carl Schechter Isaac Siegel Sylvia G. Siegel David Lee Wagonheim

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Percy Chaimson David M. Goldberg Mollie K. Hoffberger Bessie Kleid David Krol William Mechanic Morris Oseroff Sophia M. Richmond Bernard Rosensweig Louis Schloss Jack Serpick Rose Yaffe

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Benjamin E. Cagan Mark Dischler Augusta Freeman Harry Goldberg Sylvan Kogan Anna Nochumowitz Tillie Dorothy Pierce Benjamin Rosen Jack Schumer Ann Simon

21 Shevat | Jan. 26

22 Shevat | Jan. 27

23 Shevat | Jan. 28

24 Shevat | Jan. 29

25 Shevat | Jan. 30

Stanley E. Fine

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Abraham Isaac Hudes Rose R. Jachman Mary Stern Morris R. Walman

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Sarah G. Cohen Marcia Rosa Cohen Emil Crockin James Filtzer William S. Goldman Frances Gottesman Jerold I. Lenrow Eleazer Levy Herman Owrutsky Dr. Seymour “Sam” Rubin

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Sara Bart Richard G. Berman Daniel W. Bierer Israel Freeman Abraham Jacobs Godfrey D. Kroopnick Howard H. Plaut Fannie Sacks Cantor Abraham Salkov Maurice Schreiber Ida Blaustein Servin Joseph Siegel Dr. Charles A. Stein

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Elinor Attman Joseph Cooper Isaac Elfman Frieda Hormats Henriette Lebovitz Mary Lebow Marvin D. Posner

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Robin Lynn Blumberg William Deckerman Olga Goldman Fanny Goldmann Harold N. Goldsmith Rebecca Greenwald Lorraine S. Levin Jennie Plimack Rose Sandy Rae Sober David Stein Sarah Voloshen

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Morris H. Betten Abe Forlander Charles Katz Abraham Plotkin Milton W. Rodbell Sarah G. Rodbell Esther K. Rosenbloom Shirley S. Schwartzman Rachel Silbert Rita Helzner Silverman Leonard Alan Steinbach Henry Weinberg Elizabeth Weingartner Betty Yudell

26 Shevat | Jan. 31

27 Shevat | Feb. 1

28 Shevat | Feb. 2

29 Shevat | Feb. 3

30 Shevat | Feb. 4

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The Israel Engagement Committee presents

The 1st Annual Chizuk Amuno Israel Film Festival First in the Series:

Ajami

Saturday, January 29, 7:30 p.m. Jaffa’s Ajami neighborhood is a melting pot of cultures and conflicting views among Jews, Muslims, and Christians. Winner of several Israeli and international film festival awards. $5 for dessert reception • RSVP: mscher@chizukamuno.org. Future Dates: Wednesday, February 16 • Sunday, February 27

Visit our new website, www.chizukamuno.org ~ Stay Connected and Participate!

E dith A skin A nnual S isterhood B ook R eview Sunday, January 23, 10 a.m. - noon Judy Meltzer will moderate a lively discussion of Philip Roth’s latest book Nemesis.  Brunch will be served.  No charge for Sisterhood members • Guests welcome, $10 per person RSVP by January 18 to Beth Blumberg, 410/484-3237 or beth26@comcast.net.

Save these dates: Shabbat morning, February 5 • Sisterhood Shabbat Monday, April 4 • Joint Sisterhood Dinner Sunday, April 10 • Baby and Kid’s Gear and Clothing Sale To volunteer, register as a vendor, or for info about buying, contact gotbabyjunk@gmail.com or via Facebook: Chizuk Amuno’s Baby and Kid’s Gear and Clothing Sale (Infant to Toddler). Sunday, May 1 • Shredding Event Wednesday, May 25 • Sisterhood’s 125th Anniversary Celebration

Chizuk Amuno Brotherhood will honor

Michael Freilich

as their 2011 | 5771 Blue Yarmulke Man-of-the-Year Sunday, January 30, 6 p.m. • Beth Israel Congregation

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J a n ua ry 2011 • T e v e t - S h e vat 5771 Tuesday Saturday Torah for Adults • p. 1 Goldsmith Museum,

10th Anniversary • p.1

Sunday KSDS Open House • p. 3 Tuesday JTS Chancellor Dr. Arnold Eisen, Quality Time • p.1 BBQ Chicken Preparation for Our Daily Bread • p. 4

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Friday Shabbat Shirah Community Dinner • p.1 Sunday Water: The New Oil • p. 2 Club Hatikvah p. 3 Tuesday Mid-Life Opportunities • p. 1

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Sunday Sisterhood Book Review • p. 8 The Bible and the Quran • p.2 Tuesday Mid-Life Opportunities • p. 1 Ronald McDonald House p. 4 Saturday CAC Israel Film Festival • p. 8

Sunday RRS Open House • p. 3 Our Daily Bread • p. 4 Craft’s at St. Vincent’s Villa • p. 4 JHU President Ronald J. Danels will speak • p. 1 Brotherhood Blue Yarmulke Man-of-the-Year • p. 8

N o m i n at i o n s , 2 0 1 1 - 1 2 B oa r d

Nominations are now being accepted for the 2011-12 Board of Trustees of the Congregation. The Nomination Committee is currently being formed. Until further notice, you may submit nominations to rnmillen@chizukamuno.org or pres@chizukamuno.org.

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January 2011 HaHodesh