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March 2010 | Adar - Nisan 5770

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Chizuk Amuno’s Snow Spirit February 12, 2010 | 28 Shevat 5770

Music by Three of a Kind

No doubt we’ve all seen enough snow for now. Here’s hoping you are warm and well, fully back to your routines and responsibilities. Our synagogue building was closed for a couple of days during the “Blizzard of 2010.” As the snows fell, members of our Board of Trustees and Gemilut Hasadim Committee made phone contact with more than 200 of our synagogue members 80 years and older. Our callers hoped to bring cheer and to discover that everyone they spoke to was comfortable. We prepared to offer simple assistance, if necessary. I’m happy to report that everyone was fine. We extend our most sincere thank you to all those who placed calls.

Jonny Lewis, Leslie Pomerantz, and Michael Hoffman Wine and Ale Tasting courtesy of DiWine Spirits ~ Pub Food Relaxation ~ And lots and lots of schmoozing with your Chizuk Amuno friends

Saturday, March 13, 7 p.m. $50 per couple/$25 per individual For more information, or to RSVP please contact Nancy Hudes, communityevents@chizukamuno.org, or call 410/486-8641.

On Shabbat morning February 5, 2010 a hearty group of about 90 braved the major snowstorm, and the very difficult conditions so much snow creates, to join together in joyous celebration. It was a remarkable day, a unique experience for everyone able to attend safely.

Sponsored by the Congregational Life Committee, Linking Chizuk Amuno’s Affiliate Groups

Spiritually everyone felt fortified overcoming the weather’s challenge to attend a synagogue service during a major snow event. Some of us also successfully met this challenge back in December. Yet, here we were again on this harsh winter Shabbat morning, holding our weekly service and celebrating as a student in our synagogue community became Bar Mitzvah. Reflecting on the intensity and spirit of the service, his comment afterwards is that he wouldn’t trade this Bar Mitzvah morning for the sunniest of days! In this context, as the Talmudic sage Raba says, “Snow is a benefit.” After enjoying lunch, many of us walked home together. It was a fun Shabbat adventure, with one family pulling their lucky kids on sleds as we all made our way. That snowy Shabbat is a very powerful reminder.

Zaiman Educational Alliance Artist-in-Residence

Rabbi Matthew L. Berkowitz

Creator of cover artwork on Birkon Kol HaMesubim, All Who Are Gathered, Chizuk Amuno’s Birkat HaMazon bencher Rabbi Berkowitz will spend five days at Chizuk Amuno, working with students, faculty, and learners in all of our schools.

Glassgold Kallah – Shabbat Dinner Friday, March 12, 7 p.m. “Rembrandt and the Rabbis: Jacob Wrestling”

Glassgold Shabbat Message Saturday, March 13, Shabbat Services

“The Drama of Passover: From Ritual to Revolution”

So many things are beyond our ability or position to control. In Jewish tradition this consciousness fosters our reverence before God and our humility in being human. It also defines our vulnerabilities, and occasionally, our fears. Acting in response to a weather pattern we can’t direct inspired our celebration. We were strengthened in each other’s presence, living that Shabbat day rejoicing in our awareness of God and caring for our friends at a time threatening their celebration. We were not forced to stop. We were compelled instead to go on.

The Harold and Sybil Effron Memorial Lecture Sunday, March 14, 2 p.m. “The Four Children Unmasked”

Chizuk Amuno Community Second Seder Celebration

Sometimes snow stops us, briefly. Other times we shovel on through. But, at all times our proper concern is not whether or not we can. Our proper concern is with what awareness and purpose we should live each of our days.

Tuesday, March 30, 6:30 p.m. We invite you to join with Rabbi Shulman and Hazzan Perlman as we enjoy the traditions and the joy of Pesah together.

Those attending Chizuk Amuno Congregation on a very snowy February 5, 2010 or December 19, 2009, those calling to reach out to our older members during the big snowstorm, those making the extra effort to assure a daily minyan, and all of us in our various pursuits, represent this. So do the massive snow banks surrounding us now. Every day, whatever our circumstance, and to the best of our abilities, we can choose to live aware of God and care for one another.

Space is limited to 150 participants. Deadline for reservations and payment is Friday, March 5. $42 per adult; $28 per child (ages 3 -12) We thank Chizuk Amuno Congregation Brotherhood for their support of our Community Seder.

B’Shalom Rav, Rabbi Ron Shulman

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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

O fficers

President Dr. Anne L. Young, pres@chizukamuno.org First Vice President Richard Manekin, 1stvp@chizukamuno.org Vice President Michelle Malis Vice President Louis E. Sapperstein Secretary Dr. Andrew Miller Treasurer Alan Mogol Assistant Treasurer Sandra Moffet

synagogue staff

Rabbi Ronald J. Shulman x230

rshulman@chizukamuno.org

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 Ritual Director Emeritus

Rev. Yehuda Dickstein

Headmaster, Krieger Schechter Day School

Dr. Paul D. Schneider | x226 | pschneider@soink12.ksds.edu

Director, Congregational Education

Alex Weinberg | x234 | aweinberg@chizukamuno.org Director, Goldsmith Early Childhood Education Center

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

Schedule of Services

March 19/20 | Nisan 4/5

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.

Oneg Shabbat/Minhah Kabbalat Shabbat

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

Shabbat Morning Service TORAH PORTION: VA-YIKRA, LEVITICUS 1:1-5:26 Bar Mitzvah of Brandon Bekar Rabbi Wechsler’s Sermon Chizuk Amuno Choir joins Hazzan Perlman 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:

Youth Educator

Isaac Woloff | x305 | iwoloff@chizukamuno.org Curator, Goldsmith Museum

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

T. Herbert Dimmock

administrative staff

Executive Director

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

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

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

5:45 p.m. 6:45 p.m. 7:44 p.m.

Daily: 7:30 a.m. and 6:15 p.m. Sunday: 9:15 a.m. and 6:15 p.m.

March 26/27 | Nisan 11/12

Oneg Shabbat/Minhah: 6:00 p.m. followed by Kabbalat Shabbat: 6:15 p.m.

Oneg Shabbat/Minhah Kabbalat Shabbat

Shabbat Minhah, Ma’ariv and Havdalah: refer to weekly Shabbat schedules

Shabbat Morning Service 9:15 a.m. TORAH PORTION: TZAV, Shabbat HaGadol , LEVITICUS 6:1-8:36 Bat Mitzvah of Carly Matz Rabbi Shulman’s Sermon Chizuk Amuno Choir joins Hazzan Perlman Family Service 10:00 a.m.

MARCH 2010 | ADAR/NISAN 5770 March 5/6 | Adar 19/20 Oneg Shabbat/Minhah Kabbalat Shabbat

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

Shabbat Morning Service TORAH PORTION: KI TISSA, Shabbat Parah, Exodus 30:11-34:35, Numbers 19:1-22 Bat Mitzvah of Sara Lerner Rabbi Shulman’s Sermon Chizuk Amuno Choir joins Hazzan Perlman Family Service Simhat Shabbat Torah for Tots

9:15 a.m.

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

Study Session Minhah/Ma’ariv Havdalah

4:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 6:30 p.m.

March 12/13 | Adar 26/27 Oneg Shabbat/Minhah 6:00 p.m. Kabbalat Shabbat 6:15 p.m. Shabbat Dinner 7:00 p.m. Glassgold Kallah: “Rembrandt and the Rabbis: Jacob Wrestling” with Rabbi Matthew Berkowitz, Artist-in-Residence Shabbat Morning Service 9:15 a.m. TORAH PORTION: VA-YAK-HEL/P’KUDEI/Shabbat HaHodesh, Exodus 35:1-40:38/12:1-20 Bat Mitzvah of Susan Radov Glassgold Kallah: “The Drama of Passover: From Ritual to Revolution” with Rabbi Matthew Berkowitz, Artist-in-Residence Shabbat Yahad – Shabbat Together Family Service 10:00 a.m. Study Session Minhah/Ma’ariv Havdalah

4:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 6:37 p.m.

Spring Ahead! Sunday, March 14, 2 a.m. Daylight Savings Tme resumes. Turn your clocks ahead one hour. 2

Study Session Minhah/Ma’ariv Havdalah

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

5:45 p.m. 6:45 p.m. 7:51 p.m.

April 2/3– Hol HaMoed Pesah | Nisan 18/19

Bar/Bat Mitzvah Coordinator

Debby Hellman | x290 | dhellman@chizukamuno.org

Study Session Minhah/Ma’ariv Havdalah

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

Oneg Shabbat/Minhah Kabbalat Shabbat Shabbat Morning Service TORAH PORTION: Exodus 33:12-34:26 We Honor Our B’nei Mitzvah Tutors - Madrikhim Family Service Study Session Minhah/Ma’ariv Havdalah

6:00 p.m. 6:15 p.m. 9:15 a.m. 10:00 a.m. 6:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:58 p.m.

Candle Lighting March 5

5:45 p.m.

March 12

5:52 p.m.

March 19

6:59 p.m.

March 26

7:06 p.m.

April 2

7:13 p.m.

USC J Seaboard Region 3rd Annual Young Leadership Recognition Reception Sunday, April 25, 5 p.m. At Chizuk Amuno Congregation

We honor Sandi Moffet for her outstanding commitment to Chizuk Amuno, Seaboard Region, and the Conservative Movement. $54 per person, RSVP by April 1 For further information, 301/230-0801, ext. 2


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. Sara Elizabeth Lerner Chaya daughter of Traci and Mark Lerner

MARCH 20

MARCH 27

Gemilut Hasadim Volunteer Programs

We wish Happy Birthday to this member of our synagogue family who celebrates a birthday milestone this month.

Adopt-A-Road

Volunteers Urgently Needed! Chizuk Amuno Brotherhood performs the mitzvah of shmirat adamah, protecting the earth, by cleaning a segment of Greenspring Avenue. Meet us at 9 a.m. on Sunday, March 7 (rain date March 14) by the front office. All supplies will be provided. All are welcome. To volunteer please call Irwin Golob at 410/560-7422.

Isobel Weiner

Anniversaries

MARCH 6

MARCH 13

Birthdays

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

Chicken Soup for Our Sick

Thanks to the Chizuk Amuno Sisterhood, we have a supply of homemade chicken soup for members who are ill or who have just returned from the hospital. To receive some delicious “liquid penicillin,” please call Miriam Golob at 410/5607422 and it will be delivered to your home.

70th: Bernice and Dr. Myron Sachs 35th: Marsha and Sherwin Yoffe

Susan Joy Radov Shoshana Yael daughter of Lisa and Jay Radov

Engagements

Brandon Michael Bekar Mikhael son of Kimberly and Boris Bekar

Jayne Hope Nochumowitz, daughter of Amie Sue and Paul Wye Nochumowitz and granddaughter of Mitzi and Fred Nochumowitz and Marilyn and Irvin Zimmerman, to Jonathan Havens.

Habitat for Humanity of the Chesapeake

We congratulate this couple and their families as we wish them much happiness.

Chizuk Amuno has four volunteer spots remaining for Interfaith Builds on Sunday, April 18 and Sunday, May 16. Volunteers will meet at 8:30 a.m. for an orientation and should expect to be at their work site until approximately 3 p.m. Volunteers should bring a sack lunch and water. No construction skills are needed and there is always a construction supervisor on site. A variety of tasks are 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. To sign up, or for more information, please contact Bobbi Schulman, 410/561-5967 or sschul@comcast.net.

In Loving Memory Carly Morgan Matz Ora Batia daughter of Fran and Dr. Jonathan Matz

In sadness, our synagogue community mourns the passing of our member: Julia Perle, mother of Harvey Perle. We offer our sincere condolences to our members:

Births We congratulate the following families on the birth of their children and grandchildren. Jacob Aiden Brodsky, son of Leslie and Aaron Brodsky, grandson of Janice and Norris Brodsky, and great-grandson of Helen Lund. Eli Simon Katz, son of Stacy and Steven Katz and grandson of Sally and Dr. Morton Katz. Cameron Brody Rosenberg, son of Jill and Brad Rosenberg, and great-grandson of Estelle Spikloser. Noah Elliott Spindler, son of Jennifer and David Spindler, grandson of Ruth and William Gann, and great-grandson of Harriet Keiser. Maxwell Paul Diskin Troy, son of Trayce Diskin and Fran Troy, and grandson of Suzanne and Dr. Sheldon Diskin. Mia Danielle Weinstein, daughter of Allyson and Matthew Weinstein and granddaughter of Janie and Stanley Weinstein.

Hakhnasat Orhim — Welcoming Guests

Henry Dickman, on the loss of his brother, Morris (Moe) Dickman.

If you live within walking distance of the synagogue, and are able to host visitors for Shabbat or your Pesah seder, please e-mail Rabbi Wechsler, dwechsler@chizukamuno.org. Todah Rabbah to Rita and Dr. Marshall Plaut for their Shabbat hospitality.

Marilyn Kiner, on the loss of her brother, Alan Hamburg. Michael Moranz, on the loss of his father, Marvin Moranz.

New! Courtland Gardens

Help bring Spring to Courtland Gardens. Volunteers will have the opportunity to assemble small potted plants for the residents to keep. Sunday, March 7 at 10:30 a.m. Please contact Linda Levy at 410/484-4015 or lindalevy10@gmail.com

Gertrude Posner, on the loss of her son, Stewart Posner. Lawrence Rose, on the loss of his mother, Lillian Rose.

Our Daily Bread

Harold Snyder, on the loss of his sister, Yetta Belzer.

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: March 21, April 25, and May 23. To sign up, please contact Wendy Davis at 410/358-5979, bandwdavis@aol. com or Jenny Baker, 410/602-9885, bakerjenny@ yahoo.com. Todah rabbah to the dedicated volunteers who served in January: Jenny Baker, Randi Braman, Barbara Cohen, Debbie Gilbert, Arlene Klaff, Dawn Reznik, Jeffrey Stern, and Sheri Stern

Dr. Robert Sterling, on the loss of his father, Eugene Sterling. Dr. Susan Vick, on the loss of her step-father, Jack Plovsky. As a synagogue community, we express our sincere condolences and prayers for comfort to those who mourn.

Interview Outfits Unlimited Clothing Drive

Laugh

Jared Scott Levy Memorial Garden

We are looking for flower and plant enthusiasts of all ages to help tend the garden in the spring. Double community service hours are available through the GH office. To sign up for spring planting, please call Miriam Foss.

NEW! My Sister’s Place

Help a motivational circle for women at My Sister’s Place. The circle is facilitated by Barbara Grochal. Participants share experiences, listen to one another, and build community in an atmosphere of support and mutual respect. For more information or to volunteer, please contact 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 Wednesdays: March 17, April 14, and May 27. Todah rabbah to those who volunteered in February: Andrea Bookoff, Nancy Bookoff, Marlene Brager, Harriet Brown, Adam Cohen, Karen Cohen, Rachel Cohen, Hillary Crystal, Garth Gerstenblith, Debbie Gilbert, Drew Himmelrich, Eileen Himmelrich, Ned Himmelrich, Margi Hoffman, Lucia Kerzner, Lisa London, Bev Rosen, Elyce Stern, and Frada Wall

Snow Calls

Todah rabbah to those who called our elderly members during the blizzard. Your calls affirm our values of caring in a sacred community. Gary Attman, Jason Blavatt, Janice Brodsky, Ralph Dolgoff, Harriet Helfand, Lee Hendler, Nancy Hudes, Laurel Freedman, Barbara Grochal, Alan Kanter, Teresa Alpert-Leibman, Linda Levy, Mark Levy, Shelly Malis, Dick Manekin, Jennifer Arndt Robinson, Marci Scher, Rabbi Deborah Wechsler, Anne Young

Transportation Service on Shabbat and Holiday Mornings

Need a ride to shul on Shabbat morning or on holidays? 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. 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. We express special gratitude for funding from the Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Gemilut Hasadim Endowment Fund of the Chizuk Amuno Foundation, Inc.

for Peace–Inter faith Comedy Show Tickets for Chizuk Amuno members are free (a $20 value). Please contact Jennifer Arndt Robinson, jnarndt@yahoo.com or 443/794-4799 for tickets. Saturday, March 6, 7:30 p.m., Baltimore Hebrew Congregation Presented by Peace by Piece, an interfaith volunteer initiative of Habitat for Humanity of the Chesapeake

Sunday, April 25 • 9 a.m. to noon

• Collecting Professional Clothing • Volunteers Needed Contact Miriam Foss, mfoss@chizukamuno.org or 410/486-6400, ext. 281.

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Bimah Flowers Friday & Saturday, March 5 & 6 | 19-20 Adar In Honor Of: The Bat Mitzvah of Sara Elizabeth Lerner, by her parents, Traci and Mark Lerner, and her grandparents, Sylvia Rose, Judy and Warren Michelson and Harriett Stein and Mende Lerner. In Memory Of: Jerome B. Rose and William Shanbrun, grandfathers of Sara Elizabeth Lerner, on the occasion of Sara’s Bat Mitzvah. Isidor Frank, husband, by Rose Frank. Leila Goldberg, mother, by Stephen Goldberg. Clara Manekin by her family. Henry H. Cohen, husband, father and grandfather, by Doris Cohen and family. Bernard Ben Hamburger by his children and grandsons. Louis Fink, father, by Marion Isaac and family. Nathan Schwartz by his daughter, Sylvia Cummins, and grandchildren. Morris Kwastel by Shirley Deiner. Morris Oletsky, father, by Bonnie and Pacy Oletsky and family. Harold Rosenberg, father, by Ellen Rosenberg and family. Mayme Brenner, mother, by her family. Harriet Alpert, mother, by Helaine and Kenneth Weber and family. Anna Rosenbloom by her family. Vernon Kraus, father and grandfather, by Joanne and Dr. Edward Kraus, and Rachel and Perri. Sylvia Fribush, mother and grandmother, by Suzanne and Dr. Sheldon Diskin and family. Joseph I. Bellus by his children and grandchildren. Mildred Lebow Manekin by her sisters. Mildred Lebow Manekin by her children and grandchildren. Kurt Steinberg by his wife, Lottie Steinberg. Edward Ossen, father, by Regina and David Postal and family. Norbert Amsterdam by Naomi and Dr. Larry Amsterdam and daughters. Steven Michael Levy, son, by his family. Sylvia Layton, mother, by Marsha and Irwin Layton. Sonia Young, mother, by Dr. Anne and David Young. Morris Kaufman by his granddaughter, Ruthanne Kaufman. Nathan Levin, father and grandfather, by Linda and Mark Levy and Aaron Levy. S. Louis Levin by his family. Nettie Kaufman by her granddaughter, Ruthanne Kaufman. Sam Kahan by Ann Kahan and family.

Passover Bimah Flowers In Memory Of: Rabbi Israel M. and Mildred Goldman by the Congregation. Rafael Moshe Zaiman by the Congregation. Cantor Abraham Salkov by the Congregation. Marjorie and Martin Greenbaum by Kathy and Bruce Posner and family and Selene and Harvey Greenbaum and family. Esther and David Crystal, Cecelia Crystal, Rosie and Jacob Wolfson, Adolph J. Wolfson, Samuel D. Wolfson, Isadore and Rosalie Wolfson and Leonard and Sara Wolfson Katz by Edna and Mace Crystal.

Friday & Saturday, March 12 & 13 | 26-27 Adar In Honor Of: The Bat Mitzvah of Susan Joy Radov, by her parents, Lisa and Jay Radov, and her grandparents, Constance Getzov and Betty and Barney Radov. In Memory Of: Ramon Getzov, grandfather of Susan Joy Radov, on the occasion of Susan’s Bat Mitzvah. Fannie Ellison by her family. Sara Bernhardt, mother, by Doris and Jay Bernhardt and family. Julius Yudin, father, by Henne and Harvey Rapkin and family. Reuben Postal, father, by Regina and David Postal and family. Herman Speert, father, by Bonnie and Pacy Oletsky and family. Lena Kahn, mother, by Miriam and Arnold Kahn and family. Estelle K. Newhouse, mother, by Susan and Dr. Marc Hochberg and daughter. Joseph Straus, father, by Dr. David Straus and family. Thelma B. Roffman, mother, by Deborah and Dr. David Roffman and family. Lena Gamson by Irma Gamson and family. Abe King by Anne and Steve King and family. Dr. Saul (Buddy) Blumenthal by Dr. Stuart Blumenthal and family. Rose Blum, mother, by Sandra Blum Glass, children and grandchildren. Hannah Silverman by Jackie Glassgold and family. Sylvia M. Wolkstein, mother, by Barbara and Perry Kagen. Louis Weitzman, father, by Shirley Kaufman and children. Erna Weiler, on her birthday, by Linda and Jeffrey Cole and family.

Friday & Saturday, March 19 & 20 | 4-5 Nisan In Honor Of: The Bar Mitzvah of Brandon Michael Bekar, by his parents, Kimberly and Boris Bekar, and his grandparents, Lana and Jacob Bekar and Janice and Ronald Wagner. In Memory Of: Harriet Hoffenberg by her family. Nathan I. Givner, father, by Gloria and Leon Brooks. Paul Greenberg, husband and father, by Trudy and Howard Greenberg. Ethel Gendason, mother, by Sharon and Larry Rose and family. Dr. Lester H. Caplan, brother, by Ruth C. Goodman and Rita C. Waranch. Dr. Lester H. Caplan, father, by his children, Lyndy and David Caplan, Linda and Foster Goldman, Jr. and his grandchildren, Michael, Danielle and Allison Goldman. Harold Effron, father, by his family. Solomon Rosenbloom by his family. Willy Ciker, husband, father and grandfather, by Ruth Ciker and family. Judge Albert L. Sklar by his children and grandchild. Caswell Nuger, brother, by Frances Klotzman and family. Madeline Beerman, mother, by Carole and Dr. Morton Ellin and family.

Theresa and Harry Minch by their family. Nathan L. Cohen by his wife, Suzanne F. Cohen and family. Harold Goldsmith by his family. Henry O. Shor, Sarah and Joseph Shor, Bertha B. and Hyman N. Levy, Isabelle Rosenberg, and Manuel and Morris Shor, by Shirley Shor and family. Lester Matz by his wife and children. Mollie and Maurice Goldstone and Sarah and Harry Matz by their children and grandchildren. Bess and Henry Goldsmith by Ilene and Alvin Powers and family. Marci Glazer Crosby by her parents, Harriet and Lowell Glazer.

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Aaron Reznick, father and grandfather, by Debbie and Dr. Marc Attman and Alison Goodwich and family. Ezra D. Deane, father, by Joanne and Alan Shecter and family. Louis L. Kahan by Ann Kahan. Maurice Katz, father, by Suzanne and Gerald M. Katz. Cecelia Crystal by Edna and Mace Crystal. Shirley Hammer, mother, by Ann and Ronald Holstein and family. Hilda Manchester by her children and grandchildren. Dr. Moses Raskin, father, by Dr. Howard Raskin and children. Lee E. Gruz and Elizabeth Mason by Ursula Gruz and family. Melvin E. Goldman, father, by Adrianne Greenspun and family. Henry Brauner, father, by Joan and Abe Brauner and family.

Friday & Saturday, March 26 & 27 | 11-12 Nisan In Honor Of: The Bat Mitzvah of Carly Morgan Matz, by her parents, Fran and Dr. Jonathan Matz, and her grandparents, Shirley Matz, Ruth Pollack and Tillman Pollack. In Memory Of: Lester Matz, grandfather of Carly Morgan Matz, on the occasion of Carly’s Bat Mitzvah. Rose and Thomas Pass, by Shirley and Stanley Adler, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Ruth Dinitz, mother and grandmother, by Barbara, Roland and Lisa Einhorn. Charles “Chase” Solomon, by Bernice, children and grandchildren. Wilfred H. Gluckstern, father and grandfather, by Ilene and Stephen Mackler and Geoffrey, David and Stefanie Mackler. Larry Millard Wolf, father, by Vanina and Joshua Wolf and family. Selina Ossen, mother, by Regina and David Postal and family. Hilda Cohen, mother, by Dr. Richard Cohen. Mayer Putterman, father, by Sharon and Irvin Caplan. Charles Siegel by his wife, Martha, and children, Rachel and Norman. Jonathan Schwaber by Judy Schwaber, Max Schwaber and Debby Schwaber. Alan Goldstein by his mother, Edith Goldstein, and sister, Susan Richter. Dora Goldner, mother, by Florene and Dr. Ronald Goldner. Jayne Lois Nochumowitz by her family. Lottie Neuburger, mother, by Elke and Arnold Neuburger and family. Abraham F. Rothfeder, father, by Eena Feld and family. Eli Weingram, father, by Samuel Weingram and family. Anna Orlinsky by Ruth Orlin and family. Meyer Shuman, father, by Idaline and Joseph Lipsky and family. Lawrence H. Shenker by Dr. Larry Amsterdam, Alisa and Rachel. Carolyn Ross, sister, by Ruth Orlin and family. Jacob Spevak, father, by Estelle Bloomberg and family. Isabelle Rosenberg, sister, by Shirley Shor and family. Sylvia Eskow, mother, by Sandy and Gary Fisher.

Jared Scott Levy by his family. Sayde J. and Judge Albert L. Sklar by their children and grandchild. Sylvia and Norman L. Apatoff, by their children and grandchildren. Norman N. Yankellow by Dorothy Yankellow, Fred and Amy Yankellow, Sonia and Rick Samuel and Ethan and Eileen Yankellow. Edith and Edward Mackler and Wilfred Gluckstern, by their family, Stephen, Ilene, Geoffrey, David and Stefanie Mackler. Stanley I. Minch by his wife, June Minch, and family. Morton (Sonny) Plant by his wife, Tammie Plant, and children. Dr. M. Larrie Blue by his wife, Sima Blue.


Sisterhood Happenings

Club Hatikvah

Save the dates:

Sunday, March 14

Women’s League for Conservative Judaism, Seaboard Region

Torah Fund Campaign High Tea

Throw away your winter blues and enjoy the soothing sound

Sunday, March 21, 3:30 p.m. Congregation Har Shalom, Potomac Tea and Program - $18 couvert / Minimum Torah Fund Pledge - $36 For reservations and information, please contact Miriam Golob, golobfamily@comcast.net or 410/560-7422. Wednesday, April 14 Joint Sisterhood Dinner Beth El Congregation Guest Speaker: Deborah Weiner, $25 Sunday, April 25 Shredding Event 9 a.m. - Noon

of the Savoy Swing Band. This nine-piece ensemble with a female vocalist, has come together to play “Big Band” hits from the 30’s to the 90’s for your enjoyment.

Sisterhood Shabbat, Friday, May 14 Kabbalat Shabbat and Friday Night Dinner Saturday, May 15 Shabbat Morning Services and Kiddush Luncheon

Start the evening with a delicious catered dinner, followed by our fabulous

Monday, May 26 Closing Event: Zumba

To become a member of Club Hatikvah, call Leonard Fox, 410/484-6260.

A Film Presentation Dedicated

to the

Fugitive Pieces

entertainment. Of course, your guests are welcome, too. RSVP by Thursday, March 4 to Norma Surosky, 410/653-0484.

Six Million

Chizuk Amuno Brotherhood Presents Their Annual

Grandparent, Parent & Child Night

Wednesday, April 7, 7 p.m.

Wednesday, March 17, 6 p.m.

A powerful, poetic, and emotionally charged drama about love, loss, and redemption. The film tells the story of Jakob Beer, a man whose life is haunted by his childhood

Famous hot dog dinner • Spectacular magic show • Door prizes

experiences during World War II. As a child in Greece, he is orphaned during wartime,

$3 per person; 3 yrs. and under free

then saved by a compassionate Greek Archaeologist. Jakob is ultimately freed from For tickets send a self addressed, stamped envelope w/payment to the CAC office.

the legacy of his past through his writing and the discovery of true love.

For more information, call Ted Walman, 410/486-7423.

RSVP to the Stulman Center for Adult Learning: 410/824-2055/8

Terumot HaKodesh – Sacred Tribute Gifts 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 Her Chizuk Amuno family in appreciation for all their love and kindness by Rhoda Toney Rose Datnoff on her 95th birthday by Meta Oppenheimer Toba Grant on her special birthday by Roz and Dr. Al Kronthal Adam Freud Kruger on his graduation from the University of Delaware by Linda Freud Alita and Ron Millen on the engagement of their daughter, Dara, by Dr. Anne and David Young Dee and Lewis Noonberg on their 50th wedding anniversary by Roz and Dr. Al Kronthal Dr. Jeffrey Platt on being named the Blue Yarmulke Man of the Year by Naomi and Dr. Larry Amsterdam

Rhoda Toney on her special birthday by Lynn and Nelson Tucker; Mildred and Phil Nochumowitz Harriet and Richard Udell on the birth of their grandson, Isiah Benjamin, by Mildred and Phil Nochumowitz; Dr. Anne and David Young; Judith and Fred Zimmerman Donna and Bob Wolf on the birth of their grandson, Daniel Mark Lipsky, by Dr. Robert Leibowitz; Lynn and Nelson Tucker Dorothy Yankellow in appreciation of her friendship and generosity by Deborah Zager In Memory of Sylvia Apatoff by the Braunstein family; Amy and Bruce Chapper; Drs. Karen and Ed Ezrine; B.C. Fein; Debora and Michael Feinberg; Ava and Marc Lenet; Barbara Lustgarten; Linda and Fred Silber; Amy Silberman; Margie Simon; Sarah Slavin; Ilene and Ian Salditch; Dorothy and Barbara Stein; Lee and Alfred Whiteman Allen Cooperman by Kathy and Bruce Posner Evelyn Dickstein by Doris and Sheldon Stern Seymour Dondes by Lynn Oberlander and Gary Drevitch Marjorie Friedlander by Amy and Bruce Chapper; Lee and Alfred Whiteman Miriam Friedman by Mitzi and Fred Nochumowitz; Mildred and Phil Nochumowitz Allan Greenberg by Linda and Ralph Ringler; Wendy Schelew Irene Mazer by Sue and Paul Richter Bernard Oppenheim on his yahrzeit by Marian Waldman Morris Pats on his yahrzeit by Dr. Albert Pats Lilian Rose by Ileen and Henry Dickman; Leah Helman; Barbara and Bruce Lewbart William Schnee on his yahrzeit by Dr. Charles Schnee 5

Marc Schwartzman on his yahrzeit by Roslyn and Lewis Godfrey Eugene Sterling by Dr. Anne and David Young Refu’ah Shelemah to Dr. Andrew Malinow by Barbara and Paul Natkowitz Lois Scholnick by Mildred and Phil Nochumowitz William Weinberg by Ina and Marc Lenet

College Outreach Fund In Honor of Janice and Norris Brodsky on the marriage of their daughter, their 40th wedding anniversary, and Norris’ 60th birthday by Ina and Jon Singer Anne and Steven King on the birth of their granddaughter, Aubrey Frances, by Ina and Jon Singer Beverly and Stuart Sagal on the engagement of their daughter by Ina and Jon Singer In Memory of Sylvia Apatoff by Ina and Jon Singer Marjorie Friedlander by Ina and Jon Singer Miriam Friedman by Ina and Jon Singer

Ezrine Library and Glazer Media Center In Honor of Lesley Oransky on her special birthday by Margo and Dr. Barry Friedman Margot Zipper on her special birthday by Esther and Louis Miller In Memory of Benny Friedman by Barbara Cohen Allan Greenberg by Esther and Louis Miller; Kay Schuster


Inscribed Etz Hayim Humash

Marcia and Dr. Jerry Buxbaum Endowment Fund

In Honor of Patsy and Dr. Harold Gilbert on their 65th wedding anniversary by Dr. Melvin Kramer In Memory of Sylvia Apatoff by Nancy R. Cohen Marjorie Friedlander by Nancy R. Cohen

In Honor of Alita and Ron Millen on the engagement of their daughter, Dara, by Marcia and Dr. Jerry Buxbaum Rhoda Toney on her special birthday by Marcia and Dr. Jerry Buxbaum

KSDS Scholarship Fund

Phyllis Friedman Fund for Adult Education

Supported by Rahel Lerner and Adam Gregerman

In Memory of Miriam Friedman by Lynn and Nelson Tucker Minnie Garber and Rose Greenberg Scholarship Fund

In Memory of Benny Friedman by Marlene and Dr. Stuart Brager; Barbara and Marc Klein

In Honor of Allan Greenberg on his 50th birthday by Sondra, Martin, Mark, and Kevin Greenberg and all

Refu’ah Shelemah to Sheldon Berman by Joyce and Howard Lederman

I. Leon Glassgold Memorial Scholarship Fund

Prayer Book Fund In Honor of Sally Grant on her special birthday by Toba and Bill Grant Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Kempler on their 50th wedding anniversary by Seema Reznick and David Gleason Anne and Steven King on the birth of their grandaughter, Aubrey Frances, by Amy and Bruce Chapper Alita and Ron Millen on the engagement of their daughter, Dara, by Elaine and Leonard Fox Rhoda Toney on her special birthday by Toba and Bill Grant In Memory of Sylvia Apatoff by Naomi and Dr. Larry Amsterdam; Marsha and Richard Manekin; Ilene and Alvin Powers; Coleen Sandler; Marilyn and Rick Warranch Marjorie Friedlander by Naomi and Dr. Larry Amsterdam; Marsha and Richard Manekin; Marilyn and Rick Warranch Irene Mazer by Jane Krosin Refu’ah Shelemah to Susan Ritter by Pamela and Joel Fradin and family

Camp Ramah Scholarship Fund

Martha B. Kayne Memorial Award Fund In Honor of Carol and Larry Gilbert on the birth of their grandson, Matthew Harold Lamb, by Debbie Gilbert Kramer Patsy and Dr. Harold Gilbert on the birth of their greatgrandson, Matthew Harold Lamb by Debbie Gilbert Kramer Refu’ah Shelemah to Kenny Blumberg by Debbie Gilbert Kramer

Julius and Lore Levi KSDS Scholarship and Award Fund Supported by Jen Wolpert and Josh Udler

Stanley I. Minch Scholarship Fund In Honor of Sheila and Howard Sandbank on both of their retirements by Amy and Bruce Chapper

Pauline and Ivan Oshrine KSDS Endowment Fund

In Memory of Alan Levine by Ina and Jon Singer

Tzedakah Fund In Honor of Rhoda Toney on her special birthday by Elaine and Leonard Fox In Memory of Jerry Gottesman by Alexandra Piltch

In Memory of I. Leon Glassgold on his yahrzeit by Lori Glassgold-Gibson

In Honor of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Golomb on their wedding anniversary by Ivan Oshrine

The Reznik-Frier Fund

Allan Greenberg by the Frier family

Adam, Sara, and Benjamin Small Scholarship Fund In Honor of The Small family, wishing them a Happy 2010 by Rachael Gildiner and Adam Small

Margot and Norman Zipper Library Endowment Fund In Honor of Margot Zipper on her special birthday by the Zipper family

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. Pam and Craig Meister, in appreciation of Rabbi Shulman for officiating at their wedding Carol Davis and Ellen Katz, in appreciation of Rabbi Shulman for officiating at the funeral of Bess Schlimer Phyllis and Louis Friedman, in appreciation of Rabbi Shulman for officiating at the funeral of Miriam Friedman Smadar Haika-Fox and Dr. David Fox, in appreciation of Rabbi Shulman for officiating at the naming of their daughter Mia Yahov Donna and Robert Wolf, in appreciation of Rabbi Shulman for officiating at the Brit Milah of Daniel Mark Lipsky Esther Greenberg, in appreciation of Rabbi Shulman for officiating at the funeral of Allan R. Greenberg Rena, Ari, Jacob, and Ben Lapidus, in appreciation of the synagogue administration, synagogue community, and KSDS community for their outstanding support during Jacob’s blizzard Bar Mitzvah. The effort put forth by the staff and clergy to help make Jacob’s Bar Mitzvah a success and meaningful experience–and also for it to just happen–was above and beyond all expectations. Also, the KSDS community truly helped make Jacob’s weekend memorable by either housing children or ‘giving up’ their children for the weekend. Thank you everyone! Cindy Michelson and Susan Liss, in memory of their beloved mother, Roslyn Michelson Rhoda Toney, in honor of her special birthday

In Memory of Benny Friedman by the Frier family Arthur Goldschmidt by the Frier family

G et R eady for Passover !

For a full listing of Pesah services and programs, please refer to your issue of HaZ’man ~ This Season or check out the online issue at www.chizukamuno.org. Remember, first Seder takes place on Monday evening, March 29. A Serious Man – A Serious Mandate The film, A Serious Man, makes us think Saturday, April 3, 8 p.m. about our lives; about the role God Havdalah, followed by film plays in our lives; what we learn about presentation Jewish values from rabbis and teachers; Sunday, April 4, what Jewish lessons we carry with us 10:15 - 11:30 a.m. from our childhood; and what ideas we Conversation with Rabbi Shulman impart to our children. about the movie’s themes,

• Friday-Tuesday, March 12-16 The “Art” of Torah, How the Arts Bring God’s Presence Into Our Midst (see p. 1) • Sunday-Wednesday, March 14-24 ~ Pre-Passover Food Drive (see p. 8) • Thursday, March 25~ Dunkin’ Pots and Pans • Friday, March 26 ~ Pre-Pesah Shabbat Dinner • Monday, March 29 ~ Siyyum B’Khorim and Sale of Hametz

Even if you’ve seen the film, see it again in a new way through a Jewish lens.

• March 30 ~ Community Second Seder (see p. 1)

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including a brief study of the Biblical Book of Job


Perpetual Memorials We observe the yahrzeits of these loved ones this month. May their memories bring blessing and goodness to those who remember them. 20 Adar | March 6

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Jesse Baker Henry H. Cohen Isidor Frank Joseph Goldstein Jonas Greenblatt Ernest M. Jandorf Lillie Levy Clara Manekin Jacob Rosenbloom Minnie A. Schimmel Doris G. Schwartz Abraham Schwartzman Mary Wiener

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Harry H. Benesh Jack Caplan Gershon Caplan Anna Eisenstein Gilbert I. Finkelstein Dora Greenspan Ben Hamburger Elsie Harrison Bernard R. Hendler Leo Jachman Sara Katz Herz Oppenheim Sarah Schneider Cecelia Schwaber Nathan Schwartz Solomon Straus Samuel Tilson Henry R. Wolfe

21 Adar | March 7

22 Adar | March 8

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Mayme Brenner Emanuel Farber Bess Dorothy Fedder Sylvia Fribush Emily Udell Hyman Sally Diane Jenkins Elaine Fisher Kline Anna B. Kramer Vernon Kraus Morris Oletsky Harold Rosenberg Anna Rosenbloom Jennie Sagner Mildred Alice Siegel Rachel Silberstein Jennie Berkow Thaler Irving Yulman

23 Adar | March 9

* Sol Aarons * Sarah R. Abramson

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Edgar Askin Irvin F. Blumenfeld Daniel Carasso Russell E. Denison Chaim Dickman Albert Erdman Etta Fruma Galoon C. Bertram Hoffberger Elja Hoffman Isidore LaPides Louis Morris Ede Rosen Lillian R. Rosenberg Esther Taylor Harry Aaron Zell Helen Zeskind

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Frieda Hyatt Morris Krizman Cele Land Rosalie Legum Sylvia Rudow Reamer Hyman Schwartz

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Lea Jachman Samuel Oppenheim Richard A. Rosensweig Bernard Salditch Sarah Sirasky Bertha Skalovsky

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Sarah Engel Rebecca R. Fischer Harry Katz Jeffrey F. Liss Evelyn Mark William Reamer Sarah K. Shapiro Herman Speert Arthur S. Waxman

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Steven Lee Abrams Etta Adleberg Norbert Amsterdam Nellie S. Baker Joseph I. Bellus Nadja Fraidin Richard Green Jacob A. Klitenic Mildred L. Manekin Edward Ossen Kurt Steinberg Jeanette Caplan Gertrude Hoffberger Florence Jed Phillip J. Katz Philip Klein Israel Lazarus Steven Michael Levy Benjamin Lichtman Rabbi Jerome Lipnick Hilda Mohr Cecelia Sauber Nathan Schwaber Theresa Schwartzman Sonia Glazerman Young

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Hode Fox Anna Gensler Hilda Manchester Bertha E. Mendelsohn Rose Miller Benjamin Morrell Harry Newman Mollie Kairys Paul Carroll Rosenbloom Louis Weitzman

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Rev. Benjamin Bleiberg Freda B. Debuskey Herbert Fineberg Nathan I. Givner Jacob J. Goldman Harriet Hoffenberg Lena Kishter

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Jennie G. Cramer Blanche A. Fleischer Etta Folick Samuel S. Kahan Harry Leibowitz Nathan Siki Levin Simon Louis Levin Sarah Lichtman Paul Matz Morton Allen Weinberg

Iris L. Biederman Dr. Saul Blumenthal Isidore L. Caplan Deborah J. Cohen Jacob E. Cohen Samuel Cohen Louis Elovitch Israel Clyde Engel Milton L. Falck Lena Gamson Gertrude G. Goldberg Minerva Heyman Yetta Katzner Harry Kessler Abe King Hazel M. Krizman Rose Lebovitz Vera C. Lebow Dr. Isidore Legum Clara Stulman Lipsitz Naomi S. Maser Nathan Mash Henry Miller Rabbi Aaron Eliezer Pearl Bessie Pleet Mary Plotkin Gertrude C. Rosen Thelma Roffman Evelyn Sandler Leah Silberstein Jack Sirasky

Sylvia Z. Acker Nancy Winner Asch Rose Blum Ethel Baron Freedman Shirley Frieman Norman Klotzman Nathan Lebovitz Etta Scherr Joseph Silberstein Hannah Silverman Moritz Witz Sylvia M. Wolkstein Morris Zweigel

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Rosa Baida Sara Bernhardt Barney M. Cohen Pauline F. Ellison Betty Fleischer Harry Frieman Harry Hoffman Henry Hummel

Samuel Blum Louis Brill Robert Marvin Dickman Bernard N. Ginsberg Martin Katz Leonard Manekin Samuel Melnick Solomon M. Rosenberg Belle Frieda Scher

Dr. Frank Bennett Dr. Lester H. Caplan Sophia Chenkin Willy Ciker Harold Effron Hyman Feldman Joseph I. Fisher Ethel Gendason Ida Walpert Greenberg Abraham Hoffberger Caswell G. Nuger Solomon Rosenbloom Judge Albert L. Sklar Bessie Talkin Etta Weisberg

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Jennie Karu Applestein Riki Finci Joseph C. Grant Louis Hirshfeld

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Madeline Beerman Ezra Deane Ellen Finkelstein Dora Herman Lottie Hopkins Morris Jacobs Mathilde Lamm

24 Adar | March 10

25 Adar | March 11

26 Adar | March 12

27 Adar | March 13

28 Adar | March 14

3 Nisan | March 18

29 Adar | March 15

4 Nisan | March 19

5 Nisan | March 20

6 Nisan | March 21

1 Nisan | March 16

7 Nisan | March 22

2 Nisan | March 17

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Helen Malove Minnie Milliman Louis D. Morgan Elbert R. Ottenheimer Aaron Reznick Hannah Rosenberg Lillian Shapiro Dora Berkow Siegel Bessie Valenstein

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Bella E. Brosler Cecelia Crystal Sarah Dickman Reba Ehudin Jeanette Elkan Alfred A. Greenhood Shirley Hammer L. Manuel Hendler Louis L. Kahan Maurice Katz Adele Levinson Jack Plotkin Belle Roseman Frieda Weinberg

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Louis L. Cohan Philip Gerber Rebecca Hankin Dinah Jacoby Dr. Moses Raskin Dorothy Farber Shanok Annie Stulman

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Morris Elfont Norma Lee Freeman Bernard Goodfriend Jennie Greenfield Bertha Herzberg Elise Leibowitz Leon Joseph Leizman Morris (Moe) Levine Frances Robinson

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Morris Rombro Isaac Sauber Hannah Strauss Benjamin Voloshen Henry Wyman

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Bernard Cohn Ruth Dinitz Eleanor H. Edlavitch Wilfred H. Gluckstern Yetta Katzoff Rose E. Pass Edythe F. Rosenbloom Charles Solomon

8 Nisan | March 23

9 Nisan | March 24

10 Nisan | March 25

11 Nisan | March 26

12 Nisan | March 27

13 Nisan | March 28

* Hilda Rogers Cohen * Anne Kruger Evans * Louis Feinglass Norman Bertram Goodman

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Alfred Levy Rebecca Magarill Selina Ossen Mayer Putterman Hess H. Rosenbloom

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Joel Adleberg Max Kravetz Jonathan Schwaber Rose Seltzer Sarah Simpson Sarah Sommers

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Jacob A. Baer Fannie Brown Dora Goldner Alan Goldstein Fannie Jacobson Gordis Jayne Lois Nochumowitz Harriett Rabinowitz William Tannenbaum Naomi Walman Pauline Weber Sophie Weiner

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Irving Barmack Charles Cohen Bernard Danker Abraham Fineman Hilda Paris Gambel Nathan Harris Ruth Michelson Jerome Sidney Naiman Lottie Neuburger Abraham F. Rothfeder

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Isidore Abrams Frieda Silverman Bard Barbara C. Cohen Mirel Folick Martin W. Fradin Clara Goldman Gussie Levin Ida V. Miller Joseph Nathan Parnes Nathan C. Rosen Sophie Seldner Marlene Whitman

14 Nisan | March 29

15 Nisan | March 30

16 Nisan | March 31

17 Nisan | April 1

18 Nisan | April 2

* Paul Gordon * Anna Jeff * Isadore M. Fischer, Jr. * Abraham Kroopnick * Esther Levy * Anna Milzman * Biri Pariser Marcia Pines * Malcolm Ben Rivkin Anne Sagal * Jacob Spevak *Memorial light


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This Month at Chizuk Amuno

C all for Nominations: 2010-11 Board Nominations are now being accepted for the fiscal year 2011 Board of Trustees of the Congregation. The members of the nominating committee are: Neil Katz, Chair Harriet Helfand Lee Sherman Nancy Hudes Howard Sobkov Barry Isaac Heller Zaiman Nominations may be submitted to Neil Katz, nkatz@ereof.com, orat the synagogue office.

Florence Melton Adult Mini-School

Open House

Tuesday, May 4, 9:30-10:30 a.m. Experience learning that is exciting and inspiring.  For more information, call 410/824-2055/8.

For details on all our events, please visit our website w w w.chizukamuno.org.

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Sunday Our Daily Bread • p. 3 Sisterhood Torah Fund Campaign High Tea • p. 5

Sunday Adopt-A-Road • p. 3 Courtland Gardens • p. 3

Wednesday KSMS Play, South Pacific • p. 8

You open Your hand, and Your favor sustains all the living. —Psalm 145

Thursday Dunkin’ Pots and Pans • p. 6

Thursday KSMS Play, South Pacific • p. 8

Friday Pre-Pesah Shabbat Dinner • p. 6

Friday Glassgold Kallah – Shabbat Dinner • p. 1

sunday, March 14 - Wednesday March 24 F OOD W ISH L IST :

Beef stew, canned fruits, canned meats/tuna, canned vegetables, dish soap, disposable salt and pepper shakers, ketchup and mayonnaise, laundry detergent, macaroni and cheese, metal forks, napkins, paper lunch bags, pasta and sauce, peanut butter and jelly, plastic baggies, plastic ware, rice, stove top stuffing, sugar, tea bags, toilet paper

Monetary option: In lieu of food, monetary donations will be accepted and donated to kosher funds. Make checks payable to Chizuk Amuno, Attn. Food Drive.

Saturday Shabbat Yahad Glassgold Shabbat Message • p. 1 Pub Night • p. 1

Sunday Pre-Passover Food Drive (thru March 24) • p. 8 The Harold and Sybil Effron Memorial Lecture • p. 1 Club Hatikvah • p. 5

For more information, call Miriam Foss, 410/486-6400, ext. 281 Please drop off your sealed, not-for-Passover food in bins located in the Louis A. Cohen Family Chapel Lobby and the Administrative Lobby. Please check expiration dates. A service initiative made possible by the Harry & Jeanette Weinberg Gemilut Hasadim Endowment Fund

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Wednesday Ronald McDonald House • p. 3 Brotherhood Hot Dog Night • p. 5

Saturday Laugh for Peace – Interfaith Comedy Show • p. 3

Monday Siyyum B’Khorim • p. 6 Sale of Hametz • p. 6 First Seder Tuesday CAC Community Second Seder • p. 1

K S M S C l a ss

of

2010

presents

South Pacific

Wednesday, March 10, 7 p.m. Thursday, March 11, 7 p.m. All-Hebrew production • Baltimore Hebrew Congregation $12 in advance, $15 at the door. For more information: 410/824-2053


March 2010 HaHodesh  

Monthly newsletter of Chizuk Amuno Congregation in Baltimore, MD

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