KMS Spring Soirée

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SPRING

Soiree THURSDAY, JUNE 3, 2021 VIRTUAL CELEBRATION | KEMP MILL SYNAGOGUE

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Congratulates all the Honorees at KMS! 161


Celebrating all of the KMS heroes who touched our lives this past year and helped us through the pandemic:

The Chesed Team The Gabbaim & Ritual Team The Kehilla Team The Youth Directors & Team along with the Graduating Teen Leaders The Education Team The House & Grounds Team The Re-opening Taskforce Rabbi Weinberg The KMS Staff KMS Front Line Healthcare Workers The KMS Executive Committee & Officers

Graduating Teen Leaders

Dalia Albert • Yonatan Cohen • Shuli Frenkel Talya Lebson • Brianna Loshin • Gabi Loshin Benny Margulies • Shai Margulies • Ari Siegel Tekoa Sultan-Reisler


Spring Soirée Program? A Community Celebration of Gratitude Welcome Remarks Gadi Rozmaryn D’var Torah Rabbi Brahm Weinberg KMS Gratitude Video Musical Performance Six13 Tribute & Presentation to Youth Honorees President Address & L’Chaim Larry Lerman


Gala Chairs Allison Lazar Gadi Rozmaryn Elana Stein Becky Simkovich

Journal Chairs Sharona & Leo Rozmaryn With special thanks to Richard Dine

Journal Committee

Marci Lavine Bloch Adira Botwinick Jeremy Brown Seth Coplin Richard Dine Alana Fine Sharon Freundel Jill Goldwater Pesy Hollander Jeff Lawrence Donna Lawrence Allison Lazar Larry Lerman

Shulamith Lesnoy Mindy Levin Beth Lichy Ephraim Leibtag Ira Rabin Ted Rosenbaum Gadi Rozmaryn Sarah Sicherman Deb Sloan Daniella Smith Isi Teitelbaum Deborah Zakheim


Thank You

Many people have generously contributed their time and talents to make this year’s event a success. We’d like to thank the members of the KMS Board for their hard work and contributions, as well as the individuals listed below. The program and journal would not have been possible without you. Invitation & Journal Design Elisheva Cohen Videos Elana Stein Becky Simkovich Jeffrey Reches - RC Video Honoree Biographies Tina Rosenbaum Deb Sloan Community Liaison Alec Stone KMS Professional Staff Elisheva Cohen Mindy Levin Aryeh Shudofsky Catering Sunflower Bakery


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Teen Leader Honorees Dalia Albert Dalia has been very active in the KMS community since moving here with her family from the Detroit area in 2014. Dalia has applied her leadership skills in KMS through her active involvement in Shabbat morning youth groups, where she has served as a group leader for several years, and in Bnei Akiva, where she has served as a rosh kvutzah and madricha. Outside of KMS, Dalia is involved in a wide range of chesed activities. She is very active in the Chai Lifeline organization, currently serving on its Student Executive Board. She has been featured in national Chai Lifeline publications for her unique and innovative outreach and programming and will serve as a camp counselor at Camp Simcha this summer. She also is active in Bikur Cholim, Student Council, and is a leader and mentor for Mid-Atlantic NCSY. Next year, Dalia will study at Midreshet Moriah and then continue her education at Binghamton University, pursuing a course of study in health sciences. Dalia cherishes the skills KMS has given her and hopes to use them to grow in her future endeavors.

Yonatan Cohen As an active member of KMS Youth, Yonatan has taken on many leadership roles in the community over the years. During his years at KMS, he went from being a Kiddush “busboy” to heading the Youth Kiddush Committee and from attending the Purim Carnival to helping run it (sticking kids to the Velcro wall was his favorite part). Yonatan is an active participant in the Youth Minyan as a regular layner, chazzan, and magbia. He also served as Bnei Akiva madrich for second graders. Separate from the Youth Minyan, Yonatan is grateful to KMS and Rabbi Levitt for offering inspiring youth programming from which he was able to benefit, such as the Leadership Initiative seminars with Dr. Erica Brown.


​ hen Yonatan is not practicing his layning for the upcoming Shabbat, W he takes classes at Montgomery College, having completed his studies at Berman Hebrew Academy. He is also a Tikvah scholar, through which he has participated in seminars about Judaic philosophy as applied to subjects such as the economy and medicine. Yonatan is excited to continue his religious growth next year in the Old City of Jerusalem at Aish Gesher and then study at the University of Maryland, where he plans to major in Economics.

Shuli Frenkel Shuli, a senior at Berman Hebrew Academy, has been an active participant in KMS Youth since moving to Kemp Mill from Washington, DC. Over the last several years, Shuli has organized divrei torah for the Youth Minyan, served on the KMS Youth Board, and has been a Bnei Akiva madricha for 5th and 6th graders. She loves participating in Simchat Torah dancing, Shavuot night events, and the Ruach Minyan. Outside of KMS, Shuli enjoys participating in Mock Trial, acting in Berman Hebrew Academy plays, and singing. She also participates in the Jewish Community Relations Council’s interfaith dialogue program and interns for the Jewish Coalition Against Domestic Abuse (JCADA). Shuli enjoys spending time with her younger siblings, Nava, Mayer, and Micah, and is grateful that she could spend more time with them this past year. After working at Camp Stone this summer, Shuli will continue to pursue her love of learning next year at Midreshet Lindenbaum. Shuli will then continue her education at the University of Maryland, Honors College, bringing her happiness and love for Judaism everywhere she goes.

Talya Lebson Talya is a senior at Berman Hebrew Academy. She has been a member of KMS almost her entire life (since age 2). During this time, Talya has been a leader in KMS Shabbat morning youth groups and has served as a Bnei Akiva madricha. This year, she


had the opportunity to serve as one of the roshei snif for Bnei Akiva of Silver Spring. This involved thinking of new, creative ways of organizing snif while still being COVID-safe, planning activities for the chanichim, and helping with drive-through pickups of treats and activities for kids before holidays. Talya loves being part of the KMS community, where she has observed that everyone has the opportunity to learn and grow in Judaism in their own way. She also enjoys the strong sense of community, where everyone cares for one another. Talya will be attending Midreshet Lindenbaum next year and then will continue her studies at the University of Maryland. She will miss being a part of KMS next year.

Brianna Loshin Brianna, born in Silver Spring, has been involved in KMS for as long as she can remember. As a young child, she attended Shabbat morning youth groups and always loved it, looking forward to the day that she could lead groups herself. Brianna became a group leader when she was in 8th grade and continued to work with the 4-5 year-old group for five years, eventually becoming the primary leader of that group. During this past year (Brianna’s 6th!) when COVID hit, she helped run Sunday morning groups on Zoom and then was thrilled to be able to meet the kids in person each Shabbat morning for Groups on the Grass. Brianna is grateful to have grown up in such an amazing community and is thankful to be honored by KMS. Aside from Shabbat groups, Brianna, who hopes to become a marine biologist, is studying biology at the University of Maryland and works at the National Aquarium in Baltimore on Sunday mornings. Brianna was lucky enough to be home this semester and continue leading Groups on the Grass. She will be moving to campus in the fall, but is very excited to come back to visit the kids again!


Gabi Loshin Gabi was born in Silver Spring and has been attending KMS since she was a young child. She fondly recalls participating in KMS Shabbat morning groups and waiting for the day that she would be old enough to be a group leader. In the summer before 8th grade, Gabi became a group leader for the youngest age group, playing with the children and helping out with circle time. By the end of 10th grade, she took over as the primary leader of that group. When the pandemic hit, Gabi continued working in KMS groups on Zoom on Friday afternoons and, for the past year, has been meeting with KMS kids each week in person, running Groups on the Grass for preschoolers with her sisters, Brianna and Emma. Gabi loves being a group leader, watching younger children grow and learn, and playing with them each week even after groups time is over. Gabi recently graduated from the Charles E. Smith Jewish Day School. Next year, Gabi will be spending a gap year learning at Midreshet Emunah V’Omanut in Jerusalem. When Gabi returns, she will be attending college at the University of Maryland. While she excitedly awaits her ‫שנה בארץ‬, she has been working as a 2nd grade assistant teacher at the Berman Hebrew Academy. Gabi has learned so much from her time at KMS. She appreciates the loving KMS community that has helped guide her through her years and looks forward to continuing her connection in the years to come.

Benny Margulies Benny has been an active member of KMS since moving to Silver Spring with his family in 2009. Since his 2015 bar mitzvah, he has stayed active in the Youth Minyan, offering to daven and layn, and later taking on leadership roles as the gabbai of the Friday night Ruach Minyan and eventually the Shabbat morning Youth Minyan. Benny has also been active in Bnei Akiva, serving as a madrich for snif. In 2019, Benny attended the Bnei Akiva Leadership program in Israel before spending the summer on MachHach Ba’aretz. He credits his summers at Camp Stone for his commitment to Bnei Akiva and youth leadership.


Benny is grateful that KMS provided him wonderful opportunities for growth and leadership in tefillah, and to have been able to grow up in a shul where his grandparents are also devoted members. Aside from his leadership at KMS, Benny is currently a graduating senior at Berman Hebrew Academy where he serves as gabbai rishon at the daily minyan. Benny also stays active as a member of the Cross Country and Track teams and formerly played on the JV Basketball team. After spending time as a counselor at Camp Stone this summer, Benny looks forward to continuing his Jewish education at Yeshivat Hakotel in the Old City of Jerusalem, and then at Yeshiva University in New York.

Shai Margulies Although Shai moved to Silver Spring when he was 6 years old, he was already familiar with KMS as his “grandparents’ shul,” which he would attend when he visited them. Since joining the shul with his parents, Shai has contributed to KMS Youth as an active member of the Youth Minyan, who could be called on (usually by his brother) to leyn when needed. Shai has also served as a Shabbat morning groups leader and as a Bnei Akiva madrich, most recently serving as Rosh Snif. In 2019, Shai attended the Bnei Akiva Leadership program in Israel before spending the summer on MachHach Ba’aretz. Shai says his leadership role models are the counselors he had during his many summers at Camp Stone, who helped him solidify his commitment to Bnei Akiva and working with the youth of the community. He is grateful to the KMS community for affording him opportunities for leadership and giving back. Aside from his leadership at KMS, Shai is currently a graduating senior at Berman Hebrew Academy, where he has been a very active Student Council leader throughout high school, as well as a member of the school’s Mock Trial, Debate, Volleyball, Soccer, Cross Country and Track teams. After following his role models and serving as a counselor at Camp Stone this summer, Shai looks forward to continuing his Jewish education at Yeshivat Orayta in the Old City of Jerusalem, and then attending the University of Maryland in College Park.


Ari Siegel Ari has been involved in the KMS community for his entire life. Since his bar mitzvah, he has served as a gabbai for several different minyanim throughout the shul including the Youth Minyan, where he frequently contributed through his layning and davening. Ari has also served on the Holocaust Committee and ran a youth parsha learning initiative during the summer of 2020 to help keep teens engaged in learning Torah despite the absence of camps that year. KMS has helped enable Ari to develop crucial leadership and organizational skills while teaching him how to be a contributing member of a Jewish community. Outside of KMS, Ari is a senior at Berman Hebrew Academy and has five older siblings who have all been great role models for him. He is excited to be spending next year in Israel at Yeshivat Hakotel to continue his Jewish growth.

Tekoa Sultan-Reisler Tekoa, a Kemp Mill native, was named at KMS and celebrated her Bat Mitzvah there. Growing up, she attended KMS Shabbat morning groups, Bnei Akiva, and Youth Minyan. Over the years, Tekoa has given divrei torah at Youth Minyan, layned at the Women’s Tefillah Group, and sung at the KMS banquet. Tekoa took on the role of madricha for Bnei Akiva and eventually became Rosh Snif. During an especially challenging year, Tekoa worked closely with her co-Roshim and the Vaad Horim to coordinate outdoor Shabbat snifim. Additionally, she helped run Bnei Akiva holiday-themed grab ’n go events, in partnership with KMS Youth, and the annual aravot sale. Outside of KMS, Tekoa, a graduating senior at Berman Hebrew Academy, is a captain of the Model UN team and a group leader in the JCRC Student-to-Student program. You can often find Tekoa playing the piano at home or skating at the Wheaton Ice Arena. Tekoa is excited to be attending Midreshet Lindenbaum next year and the University of Maryland afterward. Tekoa appreciates the valuable leadership opportunities and Jewish foundation that KMS has provided her.


Rabbi’s Message

It is wonderful to be able to pause and express gratitude to Hashem and to our fellow friends and neighbors for sustaining us through these very difficult fifteen months of COVID. Although for a time our shul building was shut down and our minyanim were temporarily suspended and that was incredibly painful, I can very proudly say that our shul never “shut down.” So many aspects of our shul life continued to function and even to flourish amidst the pandemic. Baruch Hashem, we found ways to stand by each other and stick together. People stepped forward to help and people pushed themselves to stay actively engaged. People were able to think creatively about how we could run shiurim and social programs and lectures and Scholars in Residence and Chessed activities over Zoom. We navigated our way (and are still doing so…) as best we could on how to safely begin minyanim, shiurim, and some of the activities we so longed for. People opened themselves up to new possibilities. People stepped forward to volunteer, to help, to participate and to create a vibrancy that none of us could have even imagined or anticipated. It is still a work in progress, as shul always is, but we hope we are generally moving in the right direction. While all of those who have helped us through the year have been thanked on an individual level and on a communal level, it is so important that we create this Soiree and this journal, this opportunity for every one of us to express our own gratitude, large and small, since gratitude is something that must come directly from us. When we repeat the Amidah during Shacharit, Mussaf and Mincha, the congregation normally answers amen to each blessing recited by the Chazan. However, when it comes to the blessing of “Modim,” the congregation says a parallel passage of Modim while the Chazan recites his. R. David Avudirham (14th Century) explains that the congregation


must recite its own Modim in concert with the Chazan because as opposed to every other blessing and aspiration where the Chazan can represent the congregation, when it comes to gratitude no one can say “Thank You” for us. Gratitude is something that must come directly from us. Toward that end, tonight we pause so that each of us can express our gratitude to all those who have helped us through this time. I will lead us off by saying: Thank you so much to all of you for being part of our shul and community, to all those who gave of themselves to me, to KMS and to others this year, and to all those who made this year just a little bit more bearable. Also, a big Mazal Tov to our Youth Honorees this year: Benny Margulies, Ari Siegel, Gabi Loshin, Dalia Albert, Talya Lebson, Shai Margulies, Tekoa Sultan-Reisler, Yonatan Cohen, Shuli Frenkel, and Brianna Loshin. You have each contributed in different ways to the incredible youth program we have at KMS. You are role models to the younger kids in our shul of what it means to be committed to Torah and to community. You have developed a sense of yearning for growth and leadership and I know that will carry you so well into the next phases of your lives. I hope we as a community can continue to grow and go “MeChayil el Chayil” strengthening each other and being strengthened in the process. Wishing you all good health! Rabbi Brahm Weinberg


President’s Message

Dear Friends, Throughout the year, our members support KMS with their time, talents, and financial resources. Our vibrant shul relies on members’ generosity in so many ways. Our members contribute invaluable hours to make our minyanim, classes, youth activities, and events successful. Before and during the pandemic, our members have been very generous with their tzedakah to KMS. Your participation in tonight’s Soiree and Journal is most appreciated and demonstrates your commitment to, and appreciation of our shul. In addition to expressing hakarat hatov to our “KMS Responders” who you will hear and read about tonight, I want to thank all our members who support KMS throughout the year in so many ways. Tonight, we honor the “KMS Responders” who made each of our lives more safe, more interesting, more financially secure, and more connected to others and to HaShem. Nearly each week of the past 15 months brought unanticipated changes that required KMS to pivot in how we dealt with everything from ritual matters and youth activities to aiding our community through tech support, shopping assistance and even food relief. So many people helped us through the pandemic; it is simply impossible to individually name them. I hope you will take time to read through the dedications in this journal and be reminded of all the ways we helped each other during these trying times. I want to give a shout out to our Soiree and Journal Chairs. Thank you Sharona, Leo, Becky, Gadi, Allison and Elana for your vision, creativity, and determination. This is but one aspect of the tremendous work you do on behalf of KMS and we appreciate it all. I hope you all enjoy the evening and I look forward to seeing you in person at KMS. Larry Lerman


Executive Committee Larry Lerman President Ephraim Leibtag First Vice President Leo Rozmaryn VP Development Daniella Smith VP Administration Becky Simkovich VP Kehilla Pesy Hollander VP House & Grounds Jill Goldwater Treasurer Ted Rosenbaum VP Limmud Torah Hope Taragin VP Klal Yisrael Ira Rabin VP Ritual Deb Sloan VP Youth Jen Singer VP Chesed

Board of Directors

Marci Lavine Bloch Adira Botwinick Seth Coplin Richard Dine Jeff Elikan Elie Fishman Sharon Freundel Gail Javitt Beth Lichy Aaron Mellman Saul Newman, Immediate Past President Danny Popper Sarah Sicherman Arielle Teitelbaum Marc Tropp

KMS Staff

Rabbi Brahm Weinberg Rabbi Aaron & Elisheva Levitt Youth Directors Bracha Rutner Yoetzet Halacha Aryeh Shudofsky Executive Director Mindy Levin Operations Manager Elisheva Cohen Office Administrator


KMS Past Honorees 1991 Esther & Jackie Rozmaryn 1992 Vera z”l & Tzvi z”l Lieber Youth Honoree: Eli Schorr 1993 Natalie & Ron z”l Wilbur Youth Honoree: Emily Shapiro 1994 Dr. Joan & Rabbi Jack Bieler Youth Honoree: Yehuda Kurtzer 1995 Lori & Ed Tolchin Youth Honoree: Avery Joel Chesed Award: Ezra Starr 1996 Bernice z”l & Eric Fishman Youth Honorees: Rivki Engelhart, Dani Gorlin Chesed Award: Julie Glogower 1997 Arlene & Michael Bookstaber Youth Honoree: Jacob Kurtzer Chesed Award: Jessica Glogower 1998 Betsy & Barry Starr Youth Honorees: Michael Fishman, Dina Schorr 1999 Mindy & Sheldon Weisel Youth Honorees: Benji Engelhart, Jessica Grossman, Ariella Joel 2000 Esther & Richard Joel Youth Honorees: Shlomo Ben-David, Jay Marcus 2001 KMS Gabbaim Youth Honorees: Sara Bieler, Rachel Fishman, Amy Pollak, Noam Schneck, Jacob White

2002 Donna & Jeff Lawrence Distinguished Service: Jeremy Charlton Youth Honorees: Rachel Engelhart & Elie Pelcovits Teen Service Award: Talia Haramati, Efrat Rutner, Anna SolomonSchwartz, Davida Snyder, Shoshana Sterling, Leah Zurndorfer 2003 Sarah & William Stern Community Service Award: Roni Loeb Richter & Mark Richter Youth Honorees: Michael Lerman, Irit Rasooly, Tamar Sterling 2004 Ina & Larry Lerman Community Service Award: Shirlee & Steven Franco Youth Honorees: Rachel Bender, Miriam Pollak, Ami Snyder 2005 Arlene & Jonathan Groner Community Service Award: Tamar & Moshe-Dovid Teitelbaum Youth Honorees: Sarah Groner, Joshy Starr, Erit Sterling, Dodi Tolchin 2006 Michelle & Jonathan Schneck Community Service Award: Aviva & David Janus Youth Honorees: Jacob Silvermetz, Jonathan Dine 2007 Linda & Elliott Klonsky Community Service Award: Gail Javitt & Sam Osofsky Youth Honorees: Nathan Cohen, Emily Duman, Luna Franco, Dasi Fruchter, Siena Ornstein, Tali Rasooly


2008 Sharona & Leo Rozmaryn Community Service Award: Lauren Shaham & Ariel Winter Youth Honorees: Tamar Schneck, Rachel Stern, Shira Zurndorfer 2009 Laura & Yossi Goldman Community Service Award: Tamar & Jeremy Lustman Youth Honorees: Talia Brown, Elliot Dine, Shlomo Gaisin, Akiva Lessin, Samantha Lichbach, Rachel Stern 2010 Orlee & Joseph Turitz Youth Honorees: Debi Goldschlag, Dina Kritz, Etan Raskas, Joseph Tuchman 2011 Fran & Neil Kritz Youth Honorees: Nathan Denicoff, Ranana Dine, Tani Levitt 2012 Cathy & George Silberman Community Service Honorees: Adam Faleder, Miriam Zaghi Youth Honorees: Matthew Kritz, Ora Schneck, Sara Trombka, Daniel Wesley 2013 Deborah & Dov Zakheim Community Service Honoree: Audrey Siegel Youth Honorees: Chen Agassi, Saadia Tuchman, Elan Turitz 2014 Varda & David Makovsky Community Service Honoree: Alec Stone Youth Honorees: Yonatan Abrams, Yishai Brown, Uriel Levitt, Amalia Diament, Thea Ornstein

2015 Rabbi Yaakov & Dr. Joanie Bieler 25th Year Celebration Youth Honorees: Adina Israel, Natan Siegel, Eliana Tuchman 2016 Golda & Marty Jacobs Community Service Honorees: Adina & Ari Goldberg Youth Honorees: Asher Fink, Shuli Klein, Kira Loshin, Arianna Stone, Yakira Zimand 2017 Sabine & Chaim Himmelfarb, Anita & Mel Plotinsky, Jaclyn & Gadi Rozmaryn Youth Honorees: Daniella Bloch, Eli Eisenman, Noa Ferziger, Zachary Goldberg, Rivka Kardon, Yona Levitt, Aliza Mintz, Alia Turitz, Ariella Wolf 2018 Deena & Benny Berkowitz, David Taragin, Rise Goldstein Youth Honorees: Tani Levisohn, Sharona Guggenheim, Shana Lowenstein, Shira Siegel, Jonah Loshin, Dov Kosowsky, Adina Fleisher, Ilana Winter 2019 Shanna & Gary Winters, Marti & Michael Herskovitz Youth Honorees: Yoni Albert, Ayelet Brown, Estie Wasserstein, Aliza Goldschlag, Ellie Guberman, Nava Israel, Zachary Wolf 2020 Sharon & David Buter Community Service Honoree: Lisa Brookman Youth Honorees: Akiva Berkowitz, Liora Guberman, Judah Guggenheim, Zanvy Lesnoy, Elie Lowenstein, Naomi Rosenbaum, Adielle Tuchman, Zachary Winters


KMS Past Presidents Jackie Rozmaryn Richard Joel Eric Fishman David Butler Dr. Aviad Haramati Jeffrey Lawrence Dr. William “Buddy” Stern Dr. Jonathan Schneck George Silberman Edward Tolchin Linda Klonsky David Janus Joseph Turitz Dr. Benjamin Berkowitz Alec Stone Dr. Saul Newman



Friends and neighbors, Greetings to Kemp Mill Synagogue on the occasion of your Spring Soiree. KMS is a pillar of our Jewish and local community, and your collective contributions over the past year have been vital to keeping Montgomery County safe and healthy during these tumultuous times. I want to extend my deepest gratitude and congratulations to the honorees—Rabbi Weinberg, KMS sta , the teen leaders, the education team, the house & grounds team, the re-opening task force, and all the frontline healthcare workers. You appreciate that acts of kindness can be found in the simplest of places, like a shopping cart or an online vaccine portal. And you all have given hours of your time to keep the synagogue humming and to keep our greater community both physically safe and spiritually connected. I hope the soiree allows you to reconnect with those you’ve missed seeing, and wish you all warmth, light, and good health as we head into a new season. Warmest regards, Delegate Vaughn Stewart District 19



June 3, 2020 The Kemp Mill Synagogue 11910 Kemp Mill Road Silver Spring, MD 20902 Dear Friends: Greetings to all those attending the Kemp Mill Synagogue’s Spring Soiree: A Community Celebration of Gratitude. I applaud the Synagogue for continuing this wonderful and honorable tradition and for the great work you have continued to do throughout the pandemic to meet the needs of our community. Mazel tov to all those heroes being honored tonight. Over the past year you have shown steadfast daily commitment to Tikkun Olam by serving people in crisis in our community during this challenging period. I commend you all and thank you for your dedication and readiness to take on critical leadership roles. Again, thank you all for your vision and hard work and please accept my best wishes for a successful event. Very truly yours,

Jamie Raskin Member of Congress


MONTGOMERY COUNTY COUNCIL ROCKV ILLE, MARY LAN D

ANDREW FRIEDSON COUNCILMEMBER DISTRICT 1

May 10, 2021

Dear Kemp Mill Community, It is truly an honor to join you in celebrating the Synagogue’s Spring Soirée. This past year has highlighted the needs of many in our community and your collective commitment to the social welfare of the residents of our county has brought light during such a dark time. This celebration of gratitude is welldeserved. I would like to acknowledge and thank the Kemp Mill Synagogue community for your dedication to pandemic relief as you assisted your neighbors with their shopping needs and vaccine appointments, with special attention and care for those who are homebound. Many of you went above and beyond to maintain the synagogue and adapted to continue events and services. Words will not do justice for the sacrifices the healthcare workers in your congregation made during this time as well. With deepest gratitude for your ongoing commitment to Tikkun Olam and continued contributions to Montgomery County, best wishes for continued growth and success.

Sincerely,

Andrew Friedson Montgomery County Councilmember District 1

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In Tribute to

THE CHESED TEAM In addition to our ongoing member support during shivah and illness, the Chesed Committee dedicated this past year to proactively supporting members facing COVID, as well as those homebound during the pandemic. Team members delivered meals, coordinated medication pickup, facilitated grocery shopping, provided tech help and registered elderly and vulnerable populations for vaccine appointments. The team also spearheaded community initiatives in support of Holy Cross Hospital, Yad Yehuda and the Silver Spring Christian Reformed Church pantry to provide meals for frontline healthcare workers, groceries for those facing food insecurity and funds to expand hospital capacity to care for COVID patients.


We salute and express our gratitude to the dedicated volunteers of the Chesed Committee:

Beth & Jeff Adler • Alice & Noah Baer • Leah & Michael Bandler • Adam & Iris Bashein • Howard & Nancy Bassel • Peggy Yacovone & Jeff Becker • Esther & Steve Bender • Deena & Benny Berkowitz • Barbara Trainin Blank & Stephen Blank • Marci, David, Joshua, Daniella, and Naomi Bloch • Jason, Lisa, Eliana, Nadav, & Nava Brookman • Sharon & David Butler • Milton Cahn • Naomi & Ori Carmel • Sol & Marcelle Chalom • Melvyn & Barbara Ciment • Alon, Rebecca, Na’ama and Omri Cohen • Leah & Aaron Cypess • Hilary Dalin • Stephen, Lynn and Dani Deutsch • Shlomit & Binyamin Edinger • Mindy Herzfeld & David Eisenman • Adina & Michael Eisenstadt and Family • Sara & Jeff Elikan • Diane & Marc Engelhart • Alana Riss Fine & Brett Fine • Elie Fishman & Suzanne Wachsstock • Hilda Fishman • Mechy & Sheila Frankel • Peter & Sylvia Goldberg • Laura & Yossi Goldman and Family • Goldschlag Family • Judy & Jeffrey Graber and family • Dean & Devorah Grayson • Peninah & Greg Gershman • Carin Gottlieb • Achi & Miriam Guggenheim • Marti & Michael Herskovitz • The Hollander Family • Alana & Seth Isenberg • Ari & Suzy Israel • Andrew & Elanit Jakabovics • Aviva & David Janus • Hilly & Ellie Kagan • Mark Kahan & Carol Mates • Marsha & Yitz Kasdan • Yossi & Kara Kastan • The Katz Family: Jonathan, Jill, Abigail & Rena • Chava & Howard Kern • Miryam & Jeff Kiderman • Erica & Barry Kolatch • Hadas & Steven Kozlowski • Sarah & Lewis Kreisler • Neil, Fran and Dina Kritz • Allison, Louis, Dana, Stella, Maya, and Zachary Lazar • Marnin & N’siah Lebovits • Lisa, Mitchell, Kyle, and Morgan Lederman • Ahava, Ephraim, Tzophia, Amaya, and Navon Leibtag • Rhonda & Jay Lehman • Ina & Larry Lerman • Shulamith & David Lesnoy • Matt & Dina Levitt • Beth & Jack Lichy • David & Varda Makovsky • Barbara & Richard Marcus • Jay, Allison, Reuvie, Gilad and Ephraim Marcus • Manette & Louis Mayberg • Lisa & Aaron Mellman • Elaine & Allen Minzer • Leora Morgenstern • Miriam Mörsel Nathan & Harvey Nathan • Naomi Baum & Saul Newman and Family • Aaron, Ahuva, Avigail, Elana and Izzy Orlofsky • Ben, Sarah and Zachary Osborne • Joan Maslansky Pincus • Judy & David Pollak • Malka & Danny Popper • Jill Goldwater & Stephen Prensky • Keren & Ira Rabin • Daniel & Daphna Raskas and family • Michele & Isaac Reitberger • Debbie Rogal and Jay Rogal • Neil, Tina, Naomi, Zara and Maya Rosenbaum • Ted Rosenbaum & Rivka Weiser • Gadi & Jaclyn Rozmaryn • Sharona & Leo Rozmaryn • Elliott & Barbara Schulder • Carol-Anne & Brian Schulman • Avi & Sarah Chaya Schwartz • Marilyn & Don Schwartz • Sue & Arnie Schwartz • Eileen Solomon & Joshua Schwartz • Rabbi Sanford H. Shudnow • Sarah & Jon Sicherman • Shana & Daniel Siesser and family • Ellen & Saul Singer • Art Smith & Shirley Zajdel • Bertha & Jack Spiro • Clate & Talia Stansbury • Miriam & Andrew Stein • Sarah & Buddy Stern • Aton, Arielle, Judah, Mia and Eli Teitelbaum • Lori & Ed Tolchin • Marc, Shuli, Dalit, Eliora, Shirel and Liron Tropp • Kami & Tevi Troy • Elissa Stieglitz & Ari Tuchman • David & Tamar Volosov • Rabbi Brahm & Elana Weinberg • Elissa Weisblatt • Eugene & Eliane Wesley • Eddie Snyder & Ann Wimpfheimer • Lauren Shaham & Ariel Winter and family • Gary & Shanna Winters and Family • Fran & George Wollner • Tamar & Reuven Zakheim


In Tribute to

THE GABBAIM & RITUAL TEAM Since reopening our minyanim the job description of gabbai has been redefined by the day. Gabbaim have become registration wizards, mask proctors, distance monitors, weather forecasters, and Chanukah candle wind protectors all while still needing to ensure that davening itself runs smoothly. High Holiday planning included offsite minyanim, seating algorithms, Torah deliveries, and rehearsals of mask-covered shofar blowing outside. Through it all, our Gabbaim and everyone on our ritual team showed resilience and agility in dealing with shifting guidelines, unexpected circumstances, and uncooperative weather, ensuring constant Tefilah B’tzibbir during a time when the very nature of what tzibbur meant was in doubt.


We salute and express our gratitude to the dedicated volunteers of the Ritual Committee:

Beth & Jeff Adler • Evan & Rachel Albert • Leah & Michael Bandler • Adam & Iris Bashein • Peggy Yacovone & Jeff Becker • Esther & Steve Bender • Deena & Benny Berkowitz • Marci, David, Joshua, Daniella, and Naomi Bloch • Jason, Lisa, Eliana, Nadav, & Nava Brookman • Sharon & David Butler • Naomi & Ori Carmel • Sol & Marcelle Chalom • Melvyn & Barbara Ciment • Alon, Rebecca, Na’ama and Omri Cohen • Seth & Julie Coplin • Leah & Aaron Cypess • Stephen, Lynn and Dani Deutsch • Shlomit & Binyamin Edinger • Sara & Jeff Elikan • Diane & Marc Engelhart • Alana Riss Fine & Brett Fine • Jonathan Fink & Ilene France • Elie Fishman & Suzanne Wachsstock • Hilda Fishman • Mechy & Sheila Frankel • Mark & Emily Friedman • Peter & Sylvia Goldberg • Laura & Yossi Goldman and Family • Goldschlag Family • Judy & Jeffrey Graber and family • Dean & Devorah Grayson • Peninah & Greg Gershman • Achi & Miriam Guggenheim • Marti & Michael Herskovitz • The Hollander Family • Alana & Seth Isenberg • Ari & Suzy Israel • Andrew & Elanit Jakabovics • Aviva & David Janus • Hilly & Ellie Kagan • Mark Kahan & Carol Mates • David Kardon • Marsha & Yitz Kasdan • Yossi & Kara Kastan • The Katz Family: Jonathan, Jill, Abigail & Rena • Chava & Howard Kern • Miryam & Jeff Kiderman • Erica & Barry Kolatch • Hadas & Steven Kozlowski • Sarah & Lewis Kreisler • Neil, Fran and Dina Kritz • Allison, Louis, Dana, Stella, Maya, and Zachary Lazar • Marnin & N’siah Lebovits • Lisa, Mitchell, Kyle, and Morgan Lederman • Ahava, Ephraim, Tzophia, Amaya, and Navon Leibtag • Rhonda & Jay Lehman • Ina & Larry Lerman • Shulamith & David Lesnoy • Matt & Dina Levitt • Beth & Jack Lichy • David & Varda Makovsky • Barbara & Richard Marcus • Manette & Louis Mayberg • Elaine & Allen Minzer • Leora Morgenstern • Miriam Mörsel Nathan & Harvey Nathan • Naomi Baum & Saul Newman and Family • Aaron, Ahuva, Avigail, Elana and Izzy Orlofsky • Ben, Sarah and Zachary Osborne • Joan Maslansky Pincus • Judy & David Pollak • Malka & Danny Popper • Jill Goldwater & Stephen Prensky • Daniel & Daphna Raskas and family • Michele & Isaac Reitberger • Neil, Tina, Naomi, Zara and Maya Rosenbaum • Ted Rosenbaum & Rivka Weiser • Gadi & Jaclyn Rozmaryn • Sharona & Leo Rozmaryn • Elliott & Barbara Schulder • Carol-Anne & Brian Schulman • Avi & Sarah Chaya Schwartz • Marilyn & Don Schwartz • Sue & Arnie Schwartz • Eileen Solomon & Joshua Schwartz • Sarah & Jon Sicherman • Shana & Daniel Siesser and family • Miriam & Andrew Stein • Sarah & Buddy Stern • Aton, Arielle, Judah, Mia and Eli Teitelbaum • Lori & Ed Tolchin • Lynn & Aron Trombka • Marc, Shuli, Dalit, Eliora, Shirel and Liron Tropp • Kami & Tevi Troy • Elissa Stieglitz & Ari Tuchman • David & Tamar Volosov • Rabbi Brahm & Elana Weinberg • Elissa Weisblatt • Eugene & Eliane Wesley • Eddie Snyder & Ann Wimpfheimer • Lauren Shaham & Ariel Winter and family • Gary & Shanna Winters and Family • Fran & George Wollner • Tamar & Reuven Zakheim


In Tribute to

THE KEHILLA TEAM We thank the volunteers of the Kehilla committee who so quickly and creatively found ways to support our community over the past year. Our team members arranged lifestyle and holiday Zoom programs, concerts, virtual tours, cooking classes, and the assembly and delivery of Yom Tov gift baskets and booklets. Our shul welcomed new members, and it was the kehilla committee who reached out with gift baskets and kind words to those new to our area. The Kehilla team members were dedicated to ensuring our sense of unity was sustained throughout this challenging time, and we have all benefited from the love and thoughtfulness that was demonstrated through their hard work.


We salute and express our gratitude to the dedicated volunteers of the Kehilla Committee:

Beth & Jeff Adler • Leah & Michael Bandler • Adam & Iris Bashein • Howard & Nancy Bassel • Peggy Yacovone & Jeff Becker • Esther & Steve Bender • Deena & Benny Berkowitz • Marci, David, Joshua, Daniella, and Naomi Bloch • Jason, Lisa, Eliana, Nadav, & Nava Brookman • Sharon & David Butler • Milton Cahn • Naomi & Ori Carmel • Sol & Marcelle Chalom • Melvyn & Barbara Ciment • Alon, Rebecca, Na’ama and Omri Cohen • Leah & Aaron Cypess • Hilary Dalin • Stephen, Lynn and Dani Deutsch • Shlomit & Binyamin Edinger • Sara & Jeff Elikan • Diane & Marc Engelhart • Alana Riss Fine & Brett Fine • Jonathan Fink & Ilene France • Elie Fishman & Suzanne Wachsstock • Hilda Fishman • Mechy & Sheila Frankel • Carrie & Jeffrey Gluck • Peter & Sylvia Goldberg • Laura & Yossi Goldman and Family • Goldschlag Family • Rise Goldstein • Judy & Jeffrey Graber and family • Dean & Devorah Grayson • Peninah & Greg Gershman • Achi & Miriam Guggenheim • Marti & Michael Herskovitz • The Hollander Family • Alana & Seth Isenberg • Ari & Suzy Israel • Andrew & Elanit Jakabovics • Aviva & David Janus • Hilly & Ellie Kagan • Mark Kahan & Carol Mates • Marsha & Yitz Kasdan • Yossi & Kara Kastan • The Katz Family: Jonathan, Jill, Abigail & Rena • Chava & Howard Kern • Miryam & Jeff Kiderman • Erica & Barry Kolatch • Hadas & Steven Kozlowski • Sarah & Lewis Kreisler • Neil, Fran and Dina Kritz • Allison, Louis, Dana, Stella, Maya, and Zachary Lazar • Chaim & Melissa Lazarus • Marnin & N’siah Lebovits • Lisa, Mitchell, Kyle, and Morgan Lederman • Ahava, Ephraim, Tzophia, Amaya, and Navon Leibtag • Rhonda & Jay Lehman • Ina & Larry Lerman • Shulamith & David Lesnoy • Matt & Dina Levitt • Beth & Jack Lichy • David & Varda Makovsky • Barbara & Richard Marcus • Jerry & Evonne Marzouk • Manette & Louis Mayberg • Elaine & Allen Minzer • Leora Morgenstern • Miriam Mörsel Nathan & Harvey Nathan • Naomi Baum & Saul Newman and Family • Aaron, Ahuva, Avigail, Elana and Izzy Orlofsky • Ben, Sarah and Zachary Osborne • Joan Maslansky Pincus • Judy & David Pollak • Malka & Danny Popper • Jill Goldwater & Stephen Prensky • Daniel & Daphna Raskas and family • Michele & Isaac Reitberger • Neil, Tina, Naomi, Zara and Maya Rosenbaum • Ted Rosenbaum & Rivka Weiser • Gadi & Jaclyn Rozmaryn • Sharona & Leo Rozmaryn • Elliott & Barbara Schulder • Carol-Anne & Brian Schulman • Avi & Sarah Chaya Schwartz • Marilyn & Don Schwartz • Sue & Arnie Schwartz • Eileen Solomon & Joshua Schwartz • Sarah & Jon Sicherman • Shana & Daniel Siesser and family • Bertha & Jack Spiro • Miriam & Andrew Stein • Sarah & Buddy Stern • Aton, Arielle, Judah, Mia and Eli Teitelbaum • Lori & Ed Tolchin • Marc, Shuli, Dalit, Eliora, Shirel and Liron Tropp • Kami & Tevi Troy • Elissa Stieglitz & Ari Tuchman • David & Tamar Volosov • Rabbi Brahm & Elana Weinberg • Elissa Weisblatt • Eugene & Eliane Wesley • Eddie Snyder & Ann Wimpfheimer • Lauren Shaham & Ariel Winter and family • Gary & Shanna Winters and Family • Fran & George Wollner • Tamar & Reuven Zakheim


In Tribute to

THE YOUTH DIRECTORS, TEAM & GRADUATING TEEN LEADERS KMS Youth Directors Rabbi Aaron and Elisheva Levitt, as well as Youth Committee volunteers and the Bnei Akiva Vaad Horim, worked tirelessly to keep the children of the community connected to KMS and engaged in Jewish life and learning during the pandemic. The Youth Team ran Grab ‘n Go events to help celebrate holidays, a myriad of online programming (including a mini-Megillah reading and puppet show, summer davening, parent-child learning and many cooking activities), in-person outdoor activities, Junior Davening, and teen minyan. Led by teen leaders, KMS also ran “Groups on the Grass” after Shabbat morning davening including through the cold winter months - to help young children and their families have a sense of community and celebrate Shabbat. In addition to leading Shabbat groups, teen leaders stepped up during this unprecedented time to run Bnei Akiva activities outdoors and keep the teen minyan going by serving as gabbaim, layning, and giving divrei Torah.


We salute and express our gratitude to the KMS Youth Team and Teen Leaders:

Beth & Jeff Adler • Evan & Rachel Albert • Leah & Michael Bandler • Adam & Iris Bashein • Peggy Yacovone & Jeff Becker • Esther & Steve Bender • Deena & Benny Berkowitz • Marci, David, Joshua, Daniella, and Naomi Bloch • Adira & Simeon Botwinick • Jason, Lisa, Eliana, Nadav, & Nava Brookman • Sharon & William Brustein • Sharon & David Butler • Naomi & Ori Carmel • Sol & Marcelle Chalom • Melvyn & Barbara Ciment • Alon, Rebecca, Na’ama and Omri Cohen • Rachel, David, Yonatan, and Akiva Cohen • Leah & Aaron Cypess • Stephen, Lynn and Dani Deutsch • Shlomit & Binyamin Edinger • Sara & Jeff Elikan • Diane & Marc Engelhart • Alana Riss Fine & Brett Fine • Elie Fishman & Suzanne Wachsstock • Hilda Fishman • Mechy & Sheila Frankel • Frenkel/Jaffe Family • Peter & Sylvia Goldberg • Laura & Yossi Goldman and Family • Goldschlag Family • Judy & Jeffrey Graber and family • Dean & Devorah Grayson • Peninah & Greg Gershman • Achi & Miriam Guggenheim • Marti & Michael Herskovitz • The Hollander Family • Alana & Seth Isenberg • Ari & Suzy Israel • Rene & Rami Isser • Andrew & Elanit Jakabovics • Aviva & David Janus • Hilly & Ellie Kagan • Mark Kahan & Carol Mates • Marsha & Yitz Kasdan • Yossi & Kara Kastan • The Katz Family: Jonathan, Jill, Abigail & Rena • Chava & Howard Kern • Miryam & Jeff Kiderman • Erica & Barry Kolatch • Hadas & Steven Kozlowski • Chaim & Melissa Lazarus • Sarah & Lewis Kreisler • Neil, Fran and Dina Kritz • Allison, Louis, Dana, Stella, Maya, and Zachary Lazar • Marnin & N’siah Lebovits • Cory & Aviva Lebson • Lisa, Mitchell, Kyle, and Morgan Lederman • Ahava, Ephraim, Tzophia, Amaya, and Navon Leibtag • Rhonda & Jay Lehman • Ina & Larry Lerman • Shulamith & David Lesnoy • Harriet & Roger Levitt • Matt & Dina Levitt • Beth & Jack Lichy • David & Varda Makovsky • Barbara & Richard Marcus • Manette & Louis Mayberg • Elaine & Allen Minzer • Leora Morgenstern • Miriam Mörsel Nathan & Harvey Nathan • Naomi Baum & Saul Newman and Family • Aaron, Ahuva, Avigail, Elana and Izzy Orlofsky • Ben, Sarah and Zachary Osborne • Joan Maslansky Pincus • Judy & David Pollak • Malka & Danny Popper • Jill Goldwater & Stephen Prensky • Daniel & Daphna Raskas and family • Michele & Isaac Reitberger • Neil, Tina, Naomi, Zara and Maya Rosenbaum • Ted Rosenbaum & Rivka Weiser • Gadi & Jaclyn Rozmaryn • Sharona & Leo Rozmaryn • Elliott & Barbara Schulder • Carol-Anne & Brian Schulman • Avi & Sarah Chaya Schwartz • Marilyn & Don Schwartz • Sue & Arnie Schwartz • Eileen Solomon & Joshua Schwartz • Sarah & Jon Sicherman • Shana & Daniel Siesser and family • Miriam & Andrew Stein • Sarah & Buddy Stern • Jeremy & Rachel Teichman • Aton, Arielle, Judah, Mia and Eli Teitelbaum • Lori & Ed Tolchin • Marc, Shuli, Dalit, Eliora, Shirel and Liron Tropp • Kami & Tevi Troy • Elissa Stieglitz & Ari Tuchman • David & Tamar Volosov • Rabbi Brahm & Elana Weinberg • Eliana and Pinchas Weinreich, Atara Siegel, Dina Siegel, Natan and Gabi Siegel, Shira Siegel • Elissa Weisblatt • Eugene & Eliane Wesley • Eddie Snyder & Ann Wimpfheimer • Lauren Shaham & Ariel Winter and family • Gary & Shanna Winters and Family • Fran & George Wollner • Tamar & Reuven Zakheim


In Tribute to

THE EDUCATION TEAM The education committee, in partnership with Rabbi Weinberg, facilitated robust communal Torah learning during COVID. Through virtual weekday shiurim, scholars-in-residence, and special events people of different ages and interests were able to learn with each other and from scholars around the world.


We salute and express our gratitude to the dedicated volunteers of the Education Committee:

Beth & Jeff Adler • Leah & Michael Bandler • Adam & Iris Bashein • Peggy Yacovone & Jeff Becker • Esther & Steve Bender • Deena & Benny Berkowitz • Marci, David, Joshua, Daniella, and Naomi Bloch • Jason, Lisa, Eliana, Nadav, & Nava Brookman • Sharon & David Butler • Naomi & Ori Carmel • Sol & Marcelle Chalom • Melvyn & Barbara Ciment • Alon, Rebecca, Na’ama and Omri Cohen • Leah & Aaron Cypess • Marina & Paul Denicoff • Stephen, Lynn and Dani Deutsch • Shlomit & Binyamin Edinger • Sara & Jeff Elikan • Diane & Marc Engelhart • Alana Riss Fine & Brett Fine • Elie Fishman & Suzanne Wachsstock • Hilda Fishman • Mechy & Sheila Frankel • Peter & Sylvia Goldberg • Laura & Yossi Goldman and Family • Goldschlag Family • Judy & Jeffrey Graber and family • Dean & Devorah Grayson • Peninah & Greg Gershman • Achi & Miriam Guggenheim • Marti & Michael Herskovitz • The Hollander Family • Alana & Seth Isenberg • Ari & Suzy Israel • Andrew & Elanit Jakabovics • Aviva & David Janus • Hilly & Ellie Kagan • Mark Kahan & Carol Mates • Marsha & Yitz Kasdan • Yossi & Kara Kastan • The Katz Family: Jonathan, Jill, Abigail & Rena • Chava & Howard Kern • Miryam & Jeff Kiderman • Erica & Barry Kolatch • Hadas & Steven Kozlowski • Sarah & Lewis Kreisler • Neil, Fran and Dina Kritz • Allison, Louis, Dana, Stella, Maya, and Zachary Lazar • Marnin & N’siah Lebovits • Lisa, Mitchell, Kyle, and Morgan Lederman • Ahava, Ephraim, Tzophia, Amaya, and Navon Leibtag • Rhonda & Jay Lehman • Ina & Larry Lerman • Shulamith & David Lesnoy • Harriet & Roger Levitt • Matt & Dina Levitt • Beth & Jack Lichy • David & Varda Makovsky • Barbara & Richard Marcus • Manette & Louis Mayberg • Elaine & Allen Minzer • Leora Morgenstern • Miriam Mörsel Nathan & Harvey Nathan • Naomi Baum & Saul Newman and Family • Aaron, Ahuva, Avigail, Elana and Izzy Orlofsky • Ben, Sarah and Zachary Osborne • Joan Maslansky Pincus • Judy & David Pollak • Malka & Danny Popper • Jill Goldwater & Stephen Prensky • Daniel & Daphna Raskas and family • Michele & Isaac Reitberger • Debbie Rogal and Jay Rogal • Neil, Tina, Naomi, Zara and Maya Rosenbaum • Ted Rosenbaum & Rivka Weiser • Gadi & Jaclyn Rozmaryn • Sharona & Leo Rozmaryn • Elliott & Barbara Schulder • Carol-Anne & Brian Schulman • Avi & Sarah Chaya Schwartz • Marilyn & Don Schwartz • Sue & Arnie Schwartz • Eileen Solomon & Joshua Schwartz • Sarah & Jon Sicherman • Shana & Daniel Siesser and family • Miriam & Andrew Stein • Sarah & Buddy Stern • Aton, Arielle, Judah, Mia and Eli Teitelbaum • Lori & Ed Tolchin • Marc, Shuli, Dalit, Eliora, Shirel and Liron Tropp • Kami & Tevi Troy • Elissa Stieglitz & Ari Tuchman • David & Tamar Volosov • Rabbi Brahm & Elana Weinberg • Elissa Weisblatt • Eugene & Eliane Wesley • Eddie Snyder & Ann Wimpfheimer • Lauren Shaham & Ariel Winter and family • Gary & Shanna Winters and Family • Fran & George Wollner • Tamar & Reuven Zakheim


In Tribute to

THE HOUSE & GROUNDS TEAM In addition to providing assistance and expertise on ongoing shul maintenance, the House & Grounds committee dedicated this past year to ensuring that our members had safe and compliant davening venues, assisting with tents, socially distanced seating, and HVAC upgrades for fresh and filtered air. The Committee also focused on infrastructure improvements, including the kitchen drainage system (no more smells!) a new phone system, more cubbies, improved efficiency light fixtures and new Sanctuary carpeting (being installed after Shavuot).


We salute and express our gratitude to the dedicated volunteers of the House & Grounds Committee:

Beth & Jeff Adler • Leah & Michael Bandler • Adam & Iris Bashein • Peggy Yacovone & Jeff Becker • Esther & Steve Bender • Deena & Benny Berkowitz • Marci, David, Joshua, Daniella, and Naomi Bloch • Jason, Lisa, Eliana, Nadav, & Nava Brookman • Sharon & David Butler • Naomi & Ori Carmel • Sol & Marcelle Chalom • Melvyn & Barbara Ciment • Alon, Rebecca, Na’ama and Omri Cohen • Leah & Aaron Cypess • Stephen, Lynn and Dani Deutsch • Shlomit & Binyamin Edinger • Sara & Jeff Elikan • Diane & Marc Engelhart • Alana Riss Fine & Brett Fine • Elie Fishman & Suzanne Wachsstock • Hilda Fishman • Mechy & Sheila Frankel • Peter & Sylvia Goldberg • Laura & Yossi Goldman and Family • Goldschlag Family • Judy & Jeffrey Graber and family • Dean & Devorah Grayson • Peninah & Greg Gershman • Achi & Miriam Guggenheim • Marti & Michael Herskovitz • The Hollander Family • Alana & Seth Isenberg • Ari & Suzy Israel • Andrew & Elanit Jakabovics • Aviva & David Janus • Hilly & Ellie Kagan • Mark Kahan & Carol Mates • Marsha & Yitz Kasdan • Yossi & Kara Kastan • The Katz Family: Jonathan, Jill, Abigail & Rena • Chava & Howard Kern • Miryam & Jeff Kiderman • Erica & Barry Kolatch • Hadas & Steven Kozlowski • Sarah & Lewis Kreisler • Neil, Fran and Dina Kritz • Allison, Louis, Dana, Stella, Maya, and Zachary Lazar • Marnin & N’siah Lebovits • Lisa, Mitchell, Kyle, and Morgan Lederman • Ahava, Ephraim, Tzophia, Amaya, and Navon Leibtag • Rhonda & Jay Lehman • Ina & Larry Lerman • Shulamith & David Lesnoy • Matt & Dina Levitt • Beth & Jack Lichy • David & Varda Makovsky • Barbara & Richard Marcus • Manette & Louis Mayberg • Elaine & Allen Minzer • Leora Morgenstern • Miriam Mörsel Nathan & Harvey Nathan • Naomi Baum & Saul Newman and Family • Aaron, Ahuva, Avigail, Elana and Izzy Orlofsky • Ben, Sarah and Zachary Osborne • Joan Maslansky Pincus • Judy & David Pollak • Malka & Danny Popper • Jill Goldwater & Stephen Prensky • Daniel & Daphna Raskas and family • Michele & Isaac Reitberger • Neil, Tina, Naomi, Zara and Maya Rosenbaum • Ted Rosenbaum & Rivka Weiser • Gadi & Jaclyn Rozmaryn • Sharona & Leo Rozmaryn • Elliott & Barbara Schulder • Carol-Anne & Brian Schulman • Avi & Sarah Chaya Schwartz • Marilyn & Don Schwartz • Sue & Arnie Schwartz • Eileen Solomon & Joshua Schwartz • Sarah & Jon Sicherman • Shana & Daniel Siesser and family • Miriam & Andrew Stein • Sarah & Buddy Stern • Aton, Arielle, Judah, Mia and Eli Teitelbaum • Lori & Ed Tolchin • Marc, Shuli, Dalit, Eliora, Shirel and Liron Tropp • Kami & Tevi Troy • Elissa Stieglitz & Ari Tuchman • David & Tamar Volosov • Rabbi Brahm & Elana Weinberg • Elissa Weisblatt • Eugene & Eliane Wesley • Eddie Snyder & Ann Wimpfheimer • Lauren Shaham & Ariel Winter and family • Gary & Shanna Winters and Family • Fran & George Wollner • Tamar & Reuven Zakheim


In Tribute to

THE RE-OPENING TASKFORCE During the pandemic, KMS called on some of its medical and lay professional members to serve on our Re-opening Taskforce. The Taskforce kept KMS leadership abreast of the latest local and national trends in COVID cases and hospitalizations as well as emerging research and science on both risks and mitigation strategies related to COVID. Through dedicating their time and knowledge to KMS, the Taskforce helped us re-open for minyanim starting in June of 2020 and they continue to be instrumental in advising KMS leadership regarding key decisions as we have expanded our offerings, while maintaining a safe environment during the past 15 months. Thank you Taskforce members for helping us re-open KMS!


We salute and express our gratitude to the dedicated members of the Re-Opening Taskforce:

Beth & Jeff Adler • Leah & Michael Bandler • Adam & Iris Bashein • Adira & Simeon Botwinick • Peggy Yacovone & Jeff Becker • Esther & Steve Bender • Deena & Benny Berkowitz • Marci, David, Joshua, Daniella, and Naomi Bloch • Jason, Lisa, Eliana, Nadav, & Nava Brookman • Sharon & David Butler • Naomi & Ori Carmel • Sol & Marcelle Chalom • Melvyn & Barbara Ciment • Alon, Rebecca, Na’ama and Omri Cohen • Leah & Aaron Cypess • Stephen, Lynn and Dani Deutsch • Shlomit & Binyamin Edinger • Sara & Jeff Elikan • Diane & Marc Engelhart • Alana Riss Fine & Brett Fine • Elie Fishman & Suzanne Wachsstock • Hilda Fishman • Mechy & Sheila Frankel • Peter & Sylvia Goldberg • Laura & Yossi Goldman and Family • Goldschlag Family • Judy & Jeffrey Graber and family • Dean & Devorah Grayson • Peninah & Greg Gershman • Achi & Miriam Guggenheim • Marti & Michael Herskovitz • The Hollander Family • Alana & Seth Isenberg • Ari & Suzy Israel • Andrew & Elanit Jakabovics • Aviva & David Janus • Hilly & Ellie Kagan • Mark Kahan & Carol Mates • Marsha & Yitz Kasdan • Yossi & Kara Kastan • The Katz Family: Jonathan, Jill, Abigail & Rena • Chava & Howard Kern • Miryam & Jeff Kiderman • Erica & Barry Kolatch • Hadas & Steven Kozlowski • Sarah & Lewis Kreisler • Neil, Fran and Dina Kritz • Allison, Louis, Dana, Stella, Maya, and Zachary Lazar • Marnin & N’siah Lebovits • Lisa, Mitchell, Kyle, and Morgan Lederman • Ahava, Ephraim, Tzophia, Amaya, and Navon Leibtag • Rhonda & Jay Lehman • Ina & Larry Lerman • Shulamith & David Lesnoy • Matt & Dina Levitt • Beth & Jack Lichy • David & Varda Makovsky • Barbara & Richard Marcus • Manette & Louis Mayberg • Elaine & Allen Minzer • Leora Morgenstern • Miriam Mörsel Nathan & Harvey Nathan • Naomi Baum & Saul Newman and Family • Aaron, Ahuva, Avigail, Elana and Izzy Orlofsky • Ben, Sarah and Zachary Osborne • Joan Maslansky Pincus • Judy & David Pollak • Malka & Danny Popper • Jill Goldwater & Stephen Prensky • Daniel & Daphna Raskas and family • Michele & Isaac Reitberger • Neil, Tina, Naomi, Zara and Maya Rosenbaum • Ted Rosenbaum & Rivka Weiser • Gadi & Jaclyn Rozmaryn • Sharona & Leo Rozmaryn • Elliott & Barbara Schulder • CarolAnne & Brian Schulman • Avi & Sarah Chaya Schwartz • Marilyn & Don Schwartz • Sue & Arnie Schwartz • Eileen Solomon & Joshua Schwartz • Sarah & Jon Sicherman • Shana & Daniel Siesser and family • Miriam & Andrew Stein • Sarah & Buddy Stern • Aton, Arielle, Judah, Mia and Eli Teitelbaum • Lori & Ed Tolchin • Marc, Shuli, Dalit, Eliora, Shirel and Liron Tropp • Kami & Tevi Troy • Elissa Stieglitz & Ari Tuchman • David & Tamar Volosov • Rabbi Brahm & Elana Weinberg • Elissa Weisblatt • Eugene & Eliane Wesley • Eddie Snyder & Ann Wimpfheimer • Lauren Shaham & Ariel Winter and family • Gary & Shanna Winters and Family • Fran & George Wollner • Tamar & Reuven Zakheim


In Tribute to

RABBI WEINBERG For most KMS members, the virtual presence of our mara d’atra, Rabbi Weinberg, infused our lives with Torah, spiritual connections and practical advice enabling us to observe a full cycle of yom tovim and life cycle events under extraordinary, even historic, circumstances. We are thankful for the Rabbi’s tireless, practically 24/7 efforts, to play an important role in our lives through Zoom and written words, and to help many of us address personal issues. We extend our hakarat hatov to the entire Weinberg family for sharing the Rabbi with us in such an intense way during the pandemic.


We salute and express our gratitude to Rabbi Weinberg for his leadership and guidance:

Beth & Jeff Adler • Leah & Michael Bandler • Adam & Iris Bashein • Peggy Yacovone & Jeff Becker • Esther & Steve Bender • Barbara Trainin Blank & Stephen Blank • Deena & Benny Berkowitz • Marci, David, Joshua, Daniella, and Naomi Bloch • Jason, Lisa, Eliana, Nadav, & Nava Brookman • Sharon & David Butler • Milton Cahn • Arthur Cantor • Naomi & Ori Carmel • Sol & Marcelle Chalom • Melvyn & Barbara Ciment • Alon, Rebecca, Na’ama and Omri Cohen • Jennifer & Yitzhak Cohen • Leah & Aaron Cypess • Marina & Paul Denicoff • Stephen, Lynn and Dani Deutsch • Shlomit & Binyamin Edinger • Sara & Jeff Elikan • Diane & Marc Engelhart • Alana Riss Fine & Brett Fine • Jonathan Fink & Ilene France • Elie Fishman & Suzanne Wachsstock • Hilda Fishman • Mechy & Sheila Frankel • Sheila Gaisin • Carrie & Jeffrey Gluck • Peter & Sylvia Goldberg • Laura & Yossi Goldman and Family • Goldschlag Family • Judy & Jeffrey Graber and family • Dean & Devorah Grayson • Peninah & Greg Gershman • Michael & Felice Grunberger • Achi & Miriam Guggenheim • Marti & Michael Herskovitz • The Hollander Family • Alana & Seth Isenberg • Ari & Suzy Israel • Andrew & Elanit Jakabovics • Aviva & David Janus • Hilly & Ellie Kagan • Mark Kahan & Carol Mates • Marsha & Yitz Kasdan • Yossi & Kara Kastan • The Katz Family: Jonathan, Jill, Abigail & Rena • Chava & Howard Kern • Miryam & Jeff Kiderman • Erica & Barry Kolatch • Hadas & Steven Kozlowski • Sarah & Lewis Kreisler • Neil, Fran and Dina Kritz • Allison, Louis, Dana, Stella, Maya, and Zachary Lazar • Chaim & Melissa Lazarus • Marnin & N’siah Lebovits • Lisa, Mitchell, Kyle, and Morgan Lederman • Ahava, Ephraim, Tzophia, Amaya, and Navon Leibtag • Rhonda & Jay Lehman • Ina & Larry Lerman • Shulamith & David Lesnoy • Matt & Dina Levitt • Lisi & Josh Levisohn; Ari, Tani and Yonina • Harriet & Roger Levitt • Robert & Angie Liberman • Beth & Jack Lichy • David & Varda Makovsky • Barbara & Richard Marcus • Jerry & Evonne Marzouk • Manette & Louis Mayberg • Elaine & Allen Minzer • Leora Morgenstern • Miriam Mörsel Nathan & Harvey Nathan • Naomi Baum & Saul Newman and Family • Aaron, Ahuva, Avigail, Elana and Izzy Orlofsky • Ben, Sarah and Zachary Osborne • Joan Maslansky Pincus • Judy & David Pollak • Malka & Danny Popper • Jill Goldwater & Stephen Prensky • Daniel & Daphna Raskas and family • Michele & Isaac Reitberger • Debbie Rogal and Jay Rogal • Neil, Tina, Naomi, Zara and Maya Rosenbaum • Ted Rosenbaum & Rivka Weiser • Gadi & Jaclyn Rozmaryn • Sharona & Leo Rozmaryn • Lisa & Simmy Schopf • Elliott & Barbara Schulder • Carol-Anne & Brian Schulman • Avi & Sarah Chaya Schwartz • Marilyn & Don Schwartz • Sue & Arnie Schwartz • Eileen Solomon & Joshua Schwartz • Mindy & Fred Shuback • Sarah & Jon Sicherman • Shana & Daniel Siesser and family • Bertha & Jack Spiro • Clate & Talia Stansbury • Miriam & Andrew Stein • Sarah & Buddy Stern • Jen, Joel, David and Sarah Tabin • Aton, Arielle, Judah, Mia and Eli Teitelbaum • Lori & Ed Tolchin • Lynn & Aron Trombka • Marc, Shuli, Dalit, Eliora, Shirel and Liron Tropp • Kami & Tevi Troy • Elissa Stieglitz & Ari Tuchman • David & Tamar Volosov • Elissa Weisblatt • Eugene & Eliane Wesley • Eddie Snyder & Ann Wimpfheimer • Lauren Shaham & Ariel Winter and family • Gary & Shanna Winters and Family • Fran & George Wollner • Tamar & Reuven Zakheim


In Tribute to THE KMS STAFF

The office and maintenance staff have been the heartbeat of the shul this past year, keeping KMS running smoothly throughout the pandemic. It’s easy to take for granted all the behind the scenes details that are involved in setting up KMS. From minyanim to Groups on the Grass, Sako and Sevana ensure that everything is done just right. Sevana is a familiar face to those who came early to the 9AM outdoor minyan and found her cleaning all the chairs. For those who’ve had to plan smachot during the pandemic, Mindy has continued to be the friendly guide to help make a Bar or Bat Mitzvah as special as it could be during these challenging times. Elisheva wowed us with her graphic designs in the Rosh Hashana and Pesach handbooks and helps us stay up to date through the daily KMS emails. Many of the logistics of this year have been made possible thanks to our extraordinary Executive Director, Aryeh. He has cultivated a relationship with many of us and as a result he is our first and last stop for anything shul related.


We salute and express our gratitude to the dedicated members of the KMS Staff:

Beth & Jeff Adler • Leah & Michael Bandler • Adam & Iris Bashein • Peggy Yacovone & Jeff Becker • Esther & Steve Bender • Deena & Benny Berkowitz • Marci, David, Joshua, Daniella, and Naomi Bloch • Jason, Lisa, Eliana, Nadav, & Nava Brookman • Sharon & David Butler • Arthur Cantor • Naomi & Ori Carmel • Sol & Marcelle Chalom • Melvyn & Barbara Ciment • Alon, Rebecca, Na’ama and Omri Cohen • Jennifer & Yitzhak Cohen • Leah & Aaron Cypess • Stephen, Lynn and Dani Deutsch • Shlomit & Binyamin Edinger • Sara & Jeff Elikan • Diane & Marc Engelhart • Alana Riss Fine & Brett Fine • Elie Fishman & Suzanne Wachsstock • Hilda Fishman • Mechy & Sheila Frankel • Sheila Gaisin • Peter & Sylvia Goldberg • Laura & Yossi Goldman and Family • Goldschlag Family • Rise Goldstein • Judy & Jeffrey Graber and family • Dean & Devorah Grayson • Peninah & Greg Gershman • Achi & Miriam Guggenheim • Marti & Michael Herskovitz • The Hollander Family • Alana & Seth Isenberg • Ari & Suzy Israel • Andrew & Elanit Jakabovics • Aviva & David Janus • Hilly & Ellie Kagan • Mark Kahan & Carol Mates • Marsha & Yitz Kasdan • Yossi & Kara Kastan • The Katz Family: Jonathan, Jill, Abigail & Rena • Chava & Howard Kern • Miryam & Jeff Kiderman • Erica & Barry Kolatch • Hadas & Steven Kozlowski • Sarah & Lewis Kreisler • Neil, Fran and Dina Kritz • Allison, Louis, Dana, Stella, Maya, and Zachary Lazar • Marnin & N’siah Lebovits • Lisa, Mitchell, Kyle, and Morgan Lederman • Ahava, Ephraim, Tzophia, Amaya, and Navon Leibtag • Rhonda & Jay Lehman • Ina & Larry Lerman • Shulamith & David Lesnoy • Matt & Dina Levitt • Beth & Jack Lichy • David & Varda Makovsky • Barbara & Richard Marcus • Manette & Louis Mayberg • Elaine & Allen Minzer • Leora Morgenstern • Miriam Mörsel Nathan & Harvey Nathan • Naomi Baum & Saul Newman and Family • Aaron, Ahuva, Avigail, Elana and Izzy Orlofsky • Ben, Sarah and Zachary Osborne • Joan Maslansky Pincus • Judy & David Pollak • Malka & Danny Popper • Jill Goldwater & Stephen Prensky • Daniel & Daphna Raskas and family • Michele & Isaac Reitberger • Neil, Tina, Naomi, Zara and Maya Rosenbaum • Ted Rosenbaum & Rivka Weiser • Gadi & Jaclyn Rozmaryn • Sharona & Leo Rozmaryn • Elliott & Barbara Schulder • Carol-Anne & Brian Schulman • Avi & Sarah Chaya Schwartz • Marilyn & Don Schwartz • Sue & Arnie Schwartz • Eileen Solomon & Joshua Schwartz • Sarah & Jon Sicherman • Shana & Daniel Siesser and family • Miriam & Andrew Stein • Sarah & Buddy Stern • Aton, Arielle, Judah, Mia and Eli Teitelbaum • Lori & Ed Tolchin • Marc, Shuli, Dalit, Eliora, Shirel and Liron Tropp • Kami & Tevi Troy • Elissa Stieglitz & Ari Tuchman • David & Tamar Volosov • Rabbi Brahm & Elana Weinberg • Elissa Weisblatt • Eugene & Eliane Wesley • Eddie Snyder & Ann Wimpfheimer • Lauren Shaham & Ariel Winter and family • Gary & Shanna Winters and Family • Fran & George Wollner • Tamar & Reuven Zakheim


In Tribute to

KMS FRONT LINE HEALTHCARE WORKERS KMS would like to thank the frontline healthcare workers in our community who went above and beyond their usual call of duty, putting themselves in harms way while caring for others during the COVID pandemic. Many of our healthcare workers also helped stock the kosher pantries at local hospitals and delivered packages to patients when families were no longer allowed to visit.


We salute and express our gratitude to the dedicated Healthcare Workers in our community:

Beth & Jeff Adler • Leah & Michael Bandler • Adam & Iris Bashein • Peggy Yacovone & Jeff Becker • Esther & Steve Bender • Deena & Benny Berkowitz • Marci, David, Joshua, Daniella, and Naomi Bloch • Jason, Lisa, Eliana, Nadav, & Nava Brookman • Sharon & David Butler • Naomi & Ori Carmel • Sol & Marcelle Chalom • Melvyn & Barbara Ciment • Alon, Rebecca, Na’ama and Omri Cohen • Leah & Aaron Cypess • Hilary Dalin • Stephen, Lynn and Dani Deutsch • Shlomit & Binyamin Edinger • Sara & Jeff Elikan • Diane & Marc Engelhart • Alana Riss Fine & Brett Fine • Elie Fishman & Suzanne Wachsstock • Hilda Fishman • Mechy & Sheila Frankel • Peter & Sylvia Goldberg • Laura & Yossi Goldman and Family • Goldschlag Family • Judy & Jeffrey Graber and family • Dean & Devorah Grayson • Peninah & Greg Gershman • Michael & Felice Grunberger • Achi & Miriam Guggenheim • Marti & Michael Herskovitz • The Hollander Family • Alana & Seth Isenberg • Ari & Suzy Israel • Andrew & Elanit Jakabovics • Aviva & David Janus • Hilly & Ellie Kagan • Mark Kahan & Carol Mates • Marsha & Yitz Kasdan • Yossi & Kara Kastan • The Katz Family: Jonathan, Jill, Abigail & Rena • Chava & Howard Kern • Miryam & Jeff Kiderman • Erica & Barry Kolatch • Hadas & Steven Kozlowski • Sarah & Lewis Kreisler • Neil, Fran and Dina Kritz • Allison, Louis, Dana, Stella, Maya, and Zachary Lazar • Marnin & N’siah Lebovits • Lisa, Mitchell, Kyle, and Morgan Lederman • Ahava, Ephraim, Tzophia, Amaya, and Navon Leibtag • Rhonda & Jay Lehman • Ina & Larry Lerman • Shulamith & David Lesnoy • Lisi & Josh Levisohn; Ari, Tani and Yonina • Matt & Dina Levitt • Beth & Jack Lichy • David & Varda Makovsky • Barbara & Richard Marcus • Manette & Louis Mayberg • Elaine & Allen Minzer • Leora Morgenstern • Miriam Mörsel Nathan & Harvey Nathan • Naomi Baum & Saul Newman and Family • Aaron, Ahuva, Avigail, Elana and Izzy Orlofsky • Ben, Sarah and Zachary Osborne • Joan Maslansky Pincus • Judy & David Pollak • Malka & Danny Popper • Jill Goldwater & Stephen Prensky • Carol & Lionel Rabin • Daniel & Daphna Raskas and family • Michele & Isaac Reitberger • Neil, Tina, Naomi, Zara and Maya Rosenbaum • Ted Rosenbaum & Rivka Weiser • Gadi & Jaclyn Rozmaryn • Sharona & Leo Rozmaryn • Elliott & Barbara Schulder • CarolAnne & Brian Schulman • Avi & Sarah Chaya Schwartz • Marilyn & Don Schwartz • Sue & Arnie Schwartz • Eileen Solomon & Joshua Schwartz • Sarah & Jon Sicherman • Shana & Daniel Siesser and family • Miriam & Andrew Stein • Sarah & Buddy Stern • Aton, Arielle, Judah, Mia and Eli Teitelbaum • Lori & Ed Tolchin • Marc, Shuli, Dalit, Eliora, Shirel and Liron Tropp • Kami & Tevi Troy • Elissa Stieglitz & Ari Tuchman • David & Tamar Volosov • Rabbi Brahm & Elana Weinberg • Elissa Weisblatt • Eugene & Eliane Wesley • Eddie Snyder & Ann Wimpfheimer • Lauren Shaham & Ariel Winter and family • Gary & Shanna Winters and Family • Fran & George Wollner • Tamar & Reuven Zakheim


In Tribute to

KMS EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE & OFFICERS The KMS officers and committee chairs were called upon to reinvent their portfolios almost weekly to help our shul remain vibrant and relevant during the pandemic. There was nothing routine about how we conducted our t’filah, youth programs, educational opportunities, chesed outreach, caring for our building and grounds, or handling administrative matters. Thanks to the creativity, can-do attitudes, and hard work of our officers, KMS keeps our kehila dynamic and strong.


We salute and express our gratitude to the dedicated Officers and Committee Chairs of KMS:

Beth & Jeff Adler • Leah & Michael Bandler • Adam & Iris Bashein • Peggy Yacovone & Jeff Becker • Esther & Steve Bender • Deena & Benny Berkowitz • Marci, David, Joshua, Daniella, and Naomi Bloch • Jason, Lisa, Eliana, Nadav, & Nava Brookman • Sharon & David Butler • Naomi & Ori Carmel • Sol & Marcelle Chalom • Melvyn & Barbara Ciment • Alon, Rebecca, Na’ama and Omri Cohen • Leah & Aaron Cypess • Stephen, Lynn and Dani Deutsch • Shlomit & Binyamin Edinger • Sara & Jeff Elikan • Diane & Marc Engelhart • Alana Riss Fine & Brett Fine • Elie Fishman & Suzanne Wachsstock • Hilda Fishman • Mechy & Sheila Frankel • Peter & Sylvia Goldberg • Laura & Yossi Goldman and Family • Goldschlag Family • Judy & Jeffrey Graber and family • Dean & Devorah Grayson • Peninah & Greg Gershman • Achi & Miriam Guggenheim • Marti & Michael Herskovitz • The Hollander Family • Alana & Seth Isenberg • Ari & Suzy Israel • Andrew & Elanit Jakabovics • Aviva & David Janus • Hilly & Ellie Kagan • Mark Kahan & Carol Mates • Marsha & Yitz Kasdan • Yossi & Kara Kastan • The Katz Family: Jonathan, Jill, Abigail & Rena • Chava & Howard Kern • Miryam & Jeff Kiderman • Erica & Barry Kolatch • Hadas & Steven Kozlowski • Sarah & Lewis Kreisler • Neil, Fran and Dina Kritz • Allison, Louis, Dana, Stella, Maya, and Zachary Lazar • Marnin & N’siah Lebovits • Lisa, Mitchell, Kyle, and Morgan Lederman • Ahava, Ephraim, Tzophia, Amaya, and Navon Leibtag • Rhonda & Jay Lehman • Ina & Larry Lerman • Shulamith & David Lesnoy • Matt & Dina Levitt • Beth & Jack Lichy • David & Varda Makovsky • Barbara & Richard Marcus • Manette & Louis Mayberg • Elaine & Allen Minzer • Leora Morgenstern • Miriam Mörsel Nathan & Harvey Nathan • Naomi Baum & Saul Newman and Family • Aaron, Ahuva, Avigail, Elana and Izzy Orlofsky • Ben, Sarah and Zachary Osborne • Joan Maslansky Pincus • Judy & David Pollak • Malka & Danny Popper • Jill Goldwater & Stephen Prensky • Daniel & Daphna Raskas and family • Michele & Isaac Reitberger • Neil, Tina, Naomi, Zara and Maya Rosenbaum • Ted Rosenbaum & Rivka Weiser • Gadi & Jaclyn Rozmaryn • Sharona & Leo Rozmaryn • Elliott & Barbara Schulder • Carol-Anne & Brian Schulman • Avi & Sarah Chaya Schwartz • Marilyn & Don Schwartz • Sue & Arnie Schwartz • Eileen Solomon & Joshua Schwartz • Sarah & Jon Sicherman • Shana & Daniel Siesser and family • Miriam & Andrew Stein • Sarah & Buddy Stern • Aton, Arielle, Judah, Mia and Eli Teitelbaum • Lori & Ed Tolchin • Marc, Shuli, Dalit, Eliora, Shirel and Liron Tropp • Kami & Tevi Troy • Elissa Stieglitz & Ari Tuchman • David & Tamar Volosov • Rabbi Brahm & Elana Weinberg • Elissa Weisblatt • Eugene & Eliane Wesley • Eddie Snyder & Ann Wimpfheimer • Lauren Shaham & Ariel Winter and family • Gary & Shanna Winters and Family • Fran & George Wollner • Tamar & Reuven Zakheim


To Ina and Larry Lerman: Your hospitality every Shabbat has genuinely kept our spirits high and our connections strong. We are grateful to both of you for the enormity of your caring and dedication to our KMS community. With tremendous appreciation, Your Kiddush Friends

PLATINUM


Mazel Tov & Best Wishes to all the Honorees Deena & Benny Berkowitz Devora, Ayelet, Akiva, Esther, and Shoshana

DIAMOND


We want to thank all our friends and machatanim who supported us through our big C journey this year. A special thanks to all who kept the shul performing all of its roles despite many obstacles! We would like to especially honor Rabbi Weinberg who is an especially compassionate and understanding leader! Yasher kochachem! Marianna and Michael Horn

DIAMOND


Yashar Koach to Rabbi and Mrs. Weinberg, the President, board members, all the administrators in the office and the many volunteers at KMS for all their acts of kindness during this difficult year. A special Hakarat Hatov to Rhonda Lehman who was always there for us. Vera and Bernard Ehrlich

DIAMOND


With deep appreciation we pay tribute to Rabbi Weinberg, KMS members and KMS staff Who have contributed time, energy and critical resources in ways large and small to manage and organize outdoor and indoor davening, to provide food for those in need, vaccine appointments and rides, outreach phone calls for those who needed to hear a friendly voice, errands run for those who needed help, holiday gift bags to brighten the chag, zoom classes and special events throughout the week to keep us all connected, and youth programming for our children. Special kudos to Larry Lerman and KMS officers for all their work and creativity during a very challenging year. Donna and Jeff Lawrence

DIAMOND


Mazel Tov to the incredible and inspiring teen honorees: Benny & Shai Margulies, Ari Siegel, Gabi Loshin, Dalia Albert, Talya Lebson, Tekoa Sultan-Reisler, Yonatan Cohen, Shuli Frenkel, and Brianna Loshin. Thank you for making the Youth Minyan and the Youth Programs the heart of our shul for our family. Thank you to Rabbi and Elana Weinberg, Rabbi and Elisheva Levitt, Aryeh, Mindy and Elisheva for all of your hard work and all you do for our community. Thank you to our wonderful neighbors Leo and Sharona for their leadership with this journal and our wonderful friends Elana, Allison and Gadi for their work on the Soiree. Shout out to Becky and the Kehilla team- thank you for the positive energy and joy you infused this past year and always. With much appreciation to the KMS community, Brett & Alana, Gabriella, Zachary, Sylvia and Lily Fine DIAMOND


Thanks to Rabbi Weinberg, KMS leadership and staff, local front line health care workers, and the many KMS member volunteers who helped us all during the past year! We look forward to returning to shul in full force and being together as the beautiful kehillah that we so appreciate. Ahava, Ephraim, Tzophia, Amaya, and Navon Leibtag SAPPHIRE


A President’s Ode of Thanks Being President of KMS at any time is no easy task. Imagine trying to do it while wearing a mask. Closing the shul after Purim felt like doom and gloom. But soon we discovered the value of Zoom. There are so many people due much thanks. Creative and hardworking Veeps and Volunteers fill the ranks. I receive much guidance from our Rabbi and Staff. Together we had a new world to choreograph. I am so fortunate to work with a great leadership team. You make me proud; you make KMS beam. I must also thank Ina. She puts up with my presidency with glee. All the while planning trip after trip in our RV. Kol Hakavod, Larry Lerman

SAPPHIRE


In tribute to and appreciation for Rabbi Brahm Weinberg, KMS leadership and the many generous and caring people who have devoted time and effort to the committees that have helped our community navigate the pandemic turmoil. With the hope that we will be able to return to “normal” soon. Sharon & David Butler SAPPHIRE


Our spirits were tested in these pandemic times. While we bonded with our family at home, social distance could have isolated us from our larger KMS family. Yet, while keeping us safe, KMS still filled our home with Torah, a wide variety of programming, davening options, and powerful acts of chesed. Thank you to all KMS leaders, staff, youth honorees, and volunteers who nurtured the membership and kept us connected. We are so grateful that our bonds to KMS remain unbounded. Naomi Baum & Saul Newman and Family SAPPHIRE


In honor of our daughter-in-law Tamar and all the Anshei and Neshot Chayil whose chesed enabled so many to receive Covid-19 vaccinations. Shana Siesser, Jen Singer, Allison Marcus, Rachel Ravin (YISE), Chava Elbaum, Debra Panitch (Beth Sholom), Tal Kerem, Davida Yitzhaky, Vida Lederman, Mindy Levin, Alana Isenberg, Elise Saks May each of you be blessed as Boaz blessed Rut: ‫”ישלם ה‘ פעלך ותהי משכרתך‬ “‫שלמה מעם ה‘ אלקי ישראל‬ Deborah and Dov Zakheim SAPPHIRE


A hearty Mazel Tov to all the honorees. We are grateful for all you have done for the community and KMS in the past year. We are especially proud of the hard work that Benny and Shai Margulies have done for the youth of our shul. We will miss you next year, and are confident that your studies in Israel will inspire a lifelong devotion to Lemudei Kodesh. Love, Buba and Zaida (otherwise known as Laura and Sheldon Margulies)

SAPPHIRE


Thank you so much to the honorees who worked so hard to keep our members healthy and connected to KMS and to offer the many services that were and are available during the pandemic. Sandi and Isi Teitelbaum

SAPPHIRE


Even if we could hit the keys on our keyboard as speedily as the members of the Chesed Committee did to get us vaccine appointments, and even if we had the wisdom and insight that Rabbi has shared with us every day, and even if we spent as much time as all of the other committee members and heroes have spent to maintain a strong and thriving community amidst isolation and unprecedented challenges, we could not begin to adequately express our appreciation for how much your dedication and caring has meant to us. Please know that your efforts have sustained us and made us so proud and grateful to be part of the KMS family. We wish that you and your families are rewarded with good health and bountiful blessings for many years to come. Mindy Shankman and Joel Gross SAPPHIRE


With tremendous gratitude to all those who worked so hard this year on behalf of our community and special thanks to Rabbi Weinberg for all of his efforts. Daniel & Daphna Raskas and family

SAPPHIRE


A huge thank you to all the KMS teams and individuals who worked with such dedication this past year to improve the lives of our community in so many ways. Special thanks to Rabbi Weinberg, who was so supportive during a very difficult time for our family. Mazal Tov to all the Youth Honorees: Benny Margulies, Ari Siegel, Gabi Loshin, Dalia Albert, Talya Lebson, Shai Margulies, Tekoa Sultan-Reisler, Yonatan Cohen, Shuli Frenkel, and Brianna Loshin We look forward to a time when we can all be together again in KMS. With great appreciation, Sharona and Leo Rozmaryn GOLD


Many thanks to all of the KMS committees and individuals for their commitment, devotion and hard work especially during this past year. May you go from strength to strength. Phyllis & Neil Greenblum

GOLD


Our Heartfelt Thank You to: Rabbi Brahm Weinberg For his warm leadership, guidance, and tremendous dedication and hard work on behalf of KMS and the entire community, always, and particularly and crucially this past year Rabbi Aaron Levitt and Elisheva Levitt For their energy, innovation and warmth and hard work on behalf of the youth of KMS, always, and particularly and crucially this past year Ira Rabin For his organizing, and thoughtful and considerate running of the Shabbat morning sanctuary minyan Dina Levitt For her dedication and hard work keeping the Women’s Tefillah Group engaged and active over the past years The Chesed Team and all the many individuals who helped those in need in KMS and in the broader community, including through support for food pantries and hospital staff We thank you so much and the many others who kept our community connected, active and engaged during this challenging time With Gratitude, Appreciation and All Best Wishes, Achi & Miriam Sharona, Judah and Benjamin Guggenheim GOLD


Thank you Rabbi Weinberg, Larry, and all of the many volunteers who have worked so hard to help KMS remain a close-knit and vibrant community during a time when were required to remain physically apart. You have shown us the true meaning of a community. A special hakarot hatov to Rabbi Aaron and Elisheva Levitt, the Youth Committee members and Bnei Akiva Vaad Horim for helping to keep KMS kids and teens connected and engaged in creative and meaningful ways. And to the teen honorees- we are incredibly proud of you and grateful for your dedication to the community. With leaders like you, the future is bright. With much gratitude and appreciation, Deb, Dave, Rami, Penina, Gaby & Rafi Sloan

GOLD


Thanks to Rabbi Weinberg and all the KMS staff and gabbaim for keeping the shul going over the last year. Looking forward to an exciting future. Jeanne and Jonathan Rosenberg

GOLD


In Honor of Rabbi Weinberg, Larry Lerman, Aryeh Shudofsky, the KMS office staff and last but not least, Sharona and Leo Rozmaryn for all that you do for the community and shul. Marsha & Yitz Kasdan

GOLD


Thank you from the bottom of our hearts to all of our KMS heroes and heroines for keeping our dear community safe and cared for ‫ בפנים ובחוץ‬through shopping, delivering, vaxxing, calling, checking, educating, programming, cleaning, zooming, davening, teaching and leading. With love and gratitude, Tamar and Reuven Zakheim

GOLD


Thank you Rabbi Weinberg and all the volunteers who made KMS so much a part of our lives during this very difficult year. The pandemic has shaken us to our core and tested us in ways we never would have imagined. But during some of the darkest times, there would be a knock on the door and a volunteer would drop off a KMS package. It put smiles on our faces and gave us moments of joy. Recently I reached out to Pastor Doug Bratt from the Silver Spring Christian Reformed Church, which provides 900 meals each week to families in the Kemp Mill area with food needs. The Pastor was overwhelmed by the support from the KMS community, which made us very proud. This was exactly the intention of the original KMS mission that the founders envisioned: “For the good of the Jewish community and the community as a whole.” Thanks again to the Rabbi and all the hard working volunteers for your wonderful chesed - because of you, we will emerge a much stronger community. Esther and Jackie Rozmaryn GOLD


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Safe daily minyanim, Shiurim, Holiday packages, Divrei torah, Special events, Vaccination appointments, Errands for the homebound, Youth programming, Holiday zoom programs, Compliance with government COVID rules and Safe reopening The list goes on….. Thank you to Rabbi Weinberg, all the volunteers, and the KMS office staff for the multitude of tasks you have performed over the past year and a half to unite us as a community and help us all. Ellen and Saul Singer GOLD


BS”D Our gratitude to Rabbi Weinberg and the KMS leadership for navigating through the challenges of the past year with thoughtfulness, collaboration and sensitivity. We are blessed and grateful to be part of such a warm and wonderful community. Special shout out to the Shana Siesser and the Chesed Committee for your time and positive energy toward helping our community members get vaccinated as quickly as possible. Mazel tov to the teen honorees! We look forward to seeing these beginnings of greatness develop as you go and grow. Manette & Louis Mayberg GOLD


KMS has been an amazing source of strength and connection during this pandemic. We thank ALL of the volunteers and staff who have achieved this for us. May each of you go from strength to strength. Yasher Koach on your amazing contributions to our community. Ann and Eddie Davida/Matt/Maya/Lily, Ben, Ami and Yoni SILVER


Our sincerest appreciation to and admiration for ALL members of the KMS community who extended themselves so selflessly this past year to maintain the KMS spirit in so many meaningful and thoughtful ways for our diverse Kehilla. Special thanks to Rabbi Weinberg, Larry Lerman and the KMS leadership team for their steadfast efforts to keep us together while being forced to remain separated !! Thank you to all !!! Miriam Mörsel Nathan & Harvey Nathan SILVER


A deeply felt Toda Raba to all those who have given their time tirelessly to KMS and navigated us through this crazy time. With admiration and appreciation, Lori & Ed Tolchin

SILVER


To Rabbi Weinberg and all who have done, and continue to do, so much on behalf of the KMS community, especially over this most difficult past year and a half: Thank you and yasher koach for your tireless efforts! May you continue to be an inspiration to the entire community. Our heartfelt appreciation, The Brookman Family Jason, Lisa, Eliana, Nadav, & Nava SILVER


Congratulations to our wonderful youth honorees. And profound thanks to Rabbi Weinberg, Larry Lerman, Aryeh Shudofsky, Elisheva Cohen and the entire Board and Ritual Committee leadership of the shul for keeping us going and keeping us growing through an extraordinary, frightening and tragic time. With love and gratitude, Elie Fishman and Suzanne Wachsstock SILVER


‫ל נא רפא נא לה‬-‫ק‬ Kel Na, Refa Na La Thanks so much to KMS for keeping the davening going during a very challenging time. We look forward to a full refua for the entire community, the nation, and the world. Kami and Tevi Troy and family

SILVER


Mazel tov to the entire KMS community. Through resilience, creativity, thoughtfulness, compassion, connection and love we have taken a year of isolation and turned it into an opportunity to grow closer to each other and HaKadosh Baruch Hu. We are grateful to be part of such an amazing kehilla. Thank you! Laura and Yossi Goldman and Family SILVER


Thank you to the Rabbi and all the amazing members who did so much to help all of us this past year. Larry and Alicia Stern and Family

SILVER


A heartfelt thank you to Rabbi Weinberg, Larry Lerman, and the rest of the KMS professional and lay leadership team for their incredible efforts in supporting KMS during this most challenging year. We are fortunate to be part of this wonderful community. With deep appreciation, Michelle and Jonathan Schneck SILVER


THANK YOU to ALL the teams of KMS who helped our community this year. Thanks to the youth honorees for taking care of the KMS children. Thanks to our great KMS Office Staff. THANK YOU Rabbi Weinberg and Elana for EVERYTHING you do for KMS and our community. Hope P. and David Taragin Benjamin and Lauren SILVER


Heartfelt thanks to everyone at KMS and these individuals who specifically helped our household navigate the early days of the pandemic: Rabbi Weinberg, Josh Levisohn, Shana Siesser, Jen Singer, Tamar Zakheim, Manette Mayberg and Sara Elikan Neil, Fran and Dina Kritz

SILVER


Mazal tov to all the wonderful youth honorees! Yashar Koach to the extraordinary KMS community and leadership. We salute all KMS members who led shiurim, fostered community connections, facilitated vaccine sign ups, supported local hospitals and area organizations and more. Mi K’ KMS? We want to especially recognize the youngest , tallest Siegel - Ari you are special in every way. We are so proud of you. Love, Mommy and Daddy (AKA Audrey and Neil Siegel) SILVER


Mazel Tov to all of the amazing honorees, especially to all of Daniella’s amazing friends! Special Thank You to Rabbi Weinberg for all of the guidance he has given our family! We are so lucky to have such a fantastic Rav for our family and the greater community! Yehudit and Meyer, Eliana and Judah, Zev and Danielle, Netani and Daniella

SILVER


Thank you to everyone for being a part of our lives during this difficult period of COVID. Having all of you in our community has made this past year and a half just a little bit more bearable. We have seen lots of suffering but also lots of chessed, kindness, and personal growth. We are so thankful to Hashem for all the blessings he bestows upon as and hope that we should all be blessed with good health and much hatzlacha going forward! Rabbi Brahm and Elana Weinberg


In honor of Rabbi Weinberg and all of the staff and volunteers of KMS THANK YOU for all you do!!! Marnin and N’siah Lebovits


Thank you to the Rabbi, his family and this incredible kehila for getting us through rough times together. Yishar Koach to all of the community, Sara, Jeff, Max, Eliana and Edie Elikan


THANK YOU to Rabbi Weinberg and all of the dedicated KMS staff and members who tirelessly kept our shul running safely so that our community could maintain its spiritual beauty during the pandemic. With much gratitude, The Grayson family


We thank Rabbi Weinberg and Elana and all those who have helped keep KMS running smoothly and vibrant and for offering so many programs, opportunities and assistance during these trying times. May we all continue to go “from strength to strength” With profound gratitude, Sarah and Buddy Stern


In honor of all the baalei kriah, both in KMS and in the community. Because they were so generous with their time we were able to have more minyanim than usual. And they did it in the finger-numbing cold and wearing a mask. It ain’t easy, trust me. Lewis Kreisler


Thank you to the Kemp Mill Synagogue community for taking care of each other during the pandemic. We particularly appreciate the leadership of Rabbi Weinberg and Larry Lerman as well as the tremendous efforts of the KMS staff and all of the KMS volunteers who have done so much. With much gratitude, Neil, Tina, Naomi, Zara and Maya Rosenbaum


Thank you to everyone for the incredible work that you have done over the past year in these extremely challenging times. You have all risen to the occasion and found a way for us to remain spiritually connected while having to be physically distanced. A very special THANK YOU to Rabbi Weinberg and Elana for leading our community with such grace and dignity. Melanie and Steven Fleisher


Thank you to Everyone in the KMS Community who contributed to making this past year a Memorable one instead of a forgettable one Jill Goldwater & Stephen Prensky


My huge hakarat hatov to: Rabbi Weinberg The Professional Staff at KMS The KMS Board and Committee Chairs All of the KMS volunteers who created so many opportunities for learning and community-building this year You made a really difficult year so much easier in so many ways. I can’t wait to see you all again in person! Sharon Freundel


‫ושמרתם את חקתי ואת משפטי אשר‬ ‘‫יעשה אתם האדם וחי בהם אני ה‬ You shall keep My laws and My rules, by the pursuit of which man shall live: I am Hashem. (Vayikra 18:5) Thank you to everybody on the wider KMS team who exemplified this pasuk, balancing the spiritual and community needs of the kehila with the commandment to put the physical well-being of people first. This is a difficult balance to achieve in normal times, but in the midst of a global pandemic you succeeded beyond all expectations. Chazak Ve’ematz, Alana and Seth Isenberg


We extend our deep gratitude to Rabbi Weinberg, Larry Lerman, the board, and the many volunteers who expended such heroic efforts to keep KMS open and thriving in the past year. We are confident that our community will emerge stronger, and will continue to be a guiding light in the Jewish world. Gary and Shanna Winters and Family


Our sincere appreciation to the Rabbi, staff, and the many members who worked so hard and creatively to keep minyanim and shul activities running smoothly and safely during the changing challenges of the COVID pandemic. Mark and Laura Warshawsky


Thank you to our KMS Heroes for your hard work, commitment, and dedication this past year. Your efforts have had a tremendous, positive impact on not only the entire KMS Community but also the Greater Kemp Mill area. We just hope you can get us through the next looming crisis: the 17-year cicada invasion! Yasher koach and may we continue to go from strength to strength! Sue and Jerry Pasternak


Our most sincere and profound gratitude to Rabbi Weinberg and all of the KMS staff and volunteers who have helped to sustain the shul and community during the COVID-19 pandemic. Mindy Herzfeld and David Eisenman


We have always known that KMS is a very special place, but this year really tested the limits. We are so grateful for all the hard work you all did to keep us informed, keep us safe and help us on so many levels. We feel so blessed to be part of this amazing community. May you all go from strength to strength. Diane and Marc Engelhart and family


We are struck by the amount of chesed, responsiveness, resourcefulness, kindness and proactivity that KMS staff members and volunteers have demonstrated over the past year. We cannot imagine what more could have been done to keep this community functioning during the pandemic. We are deeply grateful to be part of such a caring community. Special thanks to Rabbi Weinberg, Larry Lerman, officers, Shana Siesser, gabbaim and the entire Chessed Committee. Wishing everyone good health and good spirits, Varda, David, Tani, Josh and Elliana Makovsky


Yasher koach to our honorees our KMS heroes. Your remarkable leadership has been a guiding light during this very challenging time. Special appreciation also for the Rabbi, the President and the office staff. We are proud to be members. Thanks to all of you. Martha & Ed Karl


We are overwhelmed by the kindness, competence and thoughtfulness demonstrated during these challenging and unprecedented times by Rabbi Weinberg, Larry Lerman, Aryeh Shudofsky, the KMS Board, and all of the KMS Teams. We are indeed fortunate to have such superb leadership in times like these. Rosalyn and Shmuel Shafner


We would like to thank Rabbi Weinberg, the KMS Board, the office staff and all who have worked tirelessly this year with creativity and diligence so that we could continue to have a safe and thriving KMS community. May you go from strength to strength! Eileen Solomon and Joshua Schwartz


Mazal tov to the KMS community, Rabbi Weinberg, all the honorees and their parents for getting through a very difficult year. !‫ מטבח ליום טוב‬,‫נלך מיגון לשמחה‬ R. Jack and Joanie Bieler


With gratitude and appreciation to Rabbi Brahm Weinberg The KMS Board & The KMS Staff Thank you for leading and guiding our kehilla through this unprecedented year and for your compassionate support of all those who were personally affected by the pandemic. Mazal Tov to all the Teen Leader Honorees for their contributions to KMS. Rikki and Abie Reifer


‫״ כ י ב א מ ו נ ה ה ם ע ו ש ים ״‬ We join in celebrating our extraordinary

KMS Community and especially

Rabbi Brahm and Elana Weinberg and

Jen Singer and the Chesed Team for arranging our vaccinations

And congratulate all the Youth Honorees

With gratitude,

The Haramati Family


What an amazing group of Teen Honorees we have this year! And what a year it has been! Despite the challenges of COVID, you guys have continued to demonstrate leadership and commitment to KMS, through Teen Minyan, Bnei Akiva, Youth Groups, and so many other ways. Over the years you have been involved in so many aspects of KMS and have been amazing role models for younger teens to follow. We know you are each destined for bright futures and are so excited for you. Thank you for all you have done. No matter where life takes you KMS will always be home! ,‫וכל מי שעוסקים בצרכי ציבור באמונה‬ ,‫ ויסיר מהם כל מחלה‬,‫הקדוש ברוך הוא ישלם שכרם‬ ‫ וישלח ברכה‬,‫ ויסלח לכל עונם‬,‫וירפא לכל גופם‬ ,‫ עם כל ישראל אחיהם‬,‫והצלחה בכל מעשה ידיהם‬ ‫ונאמר אמן‬ Rabbi Aaron and Elisheva Levitt KMS Youth Directors


Thank you Rabbi Weinberg and all the honorees for guiding our community during a challenging year. With appreciation, Dan, Shira, Noa, Keren, and Maya Schwartz


Thank You to Rabbi & Elana Weinberg for your leadership and to all who have labored tirelessly on behalf of our community during this past year. !‫יישר כחכם‬ Naomi & Ori Carmel


While the coronavirus kept us physically apart, KMS helped us feel connected with each other and sustained us spiritually. From the frightening and bewildering beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic, KMS was there with a talented, creative, inspiring, and hardworking team to support, engage, uplift, and ease us through this challenging time. We thank all our wonderful heroes whose efforts remind us that a true, vibrant Jewish community resides both inside and outside the shul walls. With sincere gratitude, Marilyn & Don Schwartz


‫רבי ירמיה אמר‬ ‫העוסק בצורכי ציבור כעוסק בדברי תורה‬ Rabbi Yirmiyah said: The one occupied with the needs of the community is like one who is occupied with matters of Torah. Talmud Yerushalmi, Brakhot 5:1 Thanks to All Who Did So Much to Help Each Other Through This. Erica and Jeremy Brown and Family


Thank you to all the volunteers and leaders in our community. You have created a sense of unity and responsibility that will hopefully continue for many years to come. We are fortunate to live in such a special place. Thank you Rabbi Weinberg for your leadership and guidance. Special thank you to Becky Simkovich for the wonderful programming, KMS gear, and holiday gifts. You managed to make us feel even more connected while we could not be together. Congratulations to all the Youth Honorees. Mazal Tov Allison, Louis, Dana, Stella, Maya, and Zachary Lazar


Thanks to the Rabbi, KMS Staff, and the many KMS volunteers for all their efforts this past year. Fran and Alan Broder


With deep gratitude and appreciation to all the incredible teams of volunteers that helped sustain our community this past year. You have provided emotional, physical and spiritual support during these challenging times. Thank you Rabbi Weinberg for your tireless dedication, compassion, insight and guidance. Your unbelievable leadership, teaching, support and care for each and every member is admirable. Thank you to Jen Singer for all the chesed you do for the community. You are truly inspirational. Thank you to Aryeh, Mindy, and Elisheva who are the perfect team! We appreciate all that you do for our community daily and on the front lines. RSL


Thank you so much to all of those who have worked so hard to keep KMS running during the time of the pandemic! It truly is a tribute to our community that KMS has presented us with so many opportunities despite the limitations in using the shul building. Special thanks to Rabbi Weinberg, the Gabbaim, and the other teams that have enabled outdoor services day-in and day out even in the coldest weather! Kudos to the Youth team, especially Brianna and Gabi, who love the KMS kids and are glad to have been able to run Groups on the Grass! The Loshin and Fingerhut families


Thank you to all the KMS heroes! And a special thanks to our Hashkama Gabbai, Jonathan Rosenberg From the Kozlowski Family


Thank you for your support of our community during this challenging time, to our friends and neighbors, KMS committee, team and task force members (chesed, kehila, education, youth, house & grounds, reopening), steadfast gabayim, hosts of backyard minyanim, magidei shiur, dial-in seminar attendees, book club impresarios, the KMS board and officers, Larry Lerman. Thank you Rabbi Weinberg for your constant leadership and support. Reuven Ferziger and Miriam Bloom


Thank you to: Rabbi Weinberg for your spiritual leadership, educational insights, and halachic guidance during this past year. Not to mention your impressive zoom meeting attendance record (and a pretty convincing King George). Thank you for all that you do for KMS and our community! Larry Lerman for your countless (and probably often thankless?) hours spent working to re-open KMS - and stay open, safely - throughout the year. Your dedication and hard work on behalf of our shul is greatly appreciated. KMS Gabbaim for navigating what at times seemed like everchanging rules, regulations, and restrictions to keep our minyanim operating as smoothly and safely as possible. With tremendous Hakarat HaTov to all! Chava and Joey Elbaum and family


Mazal Tov to Shai and Benny Margulies We are so incredibly proud of you and your fellow teen leader honorees for your inspirational and unwavering commitment to serve the shul, your peers, and the youngest members of our community, throughout high school and especially during these difficult times. Your leadership leaves an indelible mark on the KMS Youth Department and is recognized and appreciated by all. Love, Mom, Dad and Dalia Mazel tov to all of the Honorees. Special thanks to Rabbi and Elana Weinberg for uplifting our community over the past year. To the KMS Office Staff---Mindy, Aryeh, Elisheva and Rabbi Levitt for your dedication to keep KMS running during these challenging times. Finally to my dear Chesed Committee, Davida, Jill, Leah and Arielle as well as Fran, Daphne and Dina. Plus the all-star vaccination team Shana, Allison, Rachel, Tamar, Chava, Debra, Vida, Mindy, Alana, Elise, Tal and Davida for making the impossible possible for so many. I am humbled to be working with you all. Jen and Steve Singer


Thank you to Rabbi Weinberg, the Officers, the staff, and all the teams who provided the chizuk and put in long hours to keep us safe and connected during this past difficult year. And mazal tov and thank you to the graduating Teen Leaders for their help. Barbara and Richard Marcus

Thanks to the Rabbi, the staff of KMS, and the many volunteers who make KMS a wonderful community, and a source of comfort and meaning during these challenging COVID times. Sarah & Richard Dine


Grateful for our KMS community. Panina and Jacob Licht

Thank you to Rabbi Weinberg, all the officers and the chesed committee for keeping us spiritually and physically safe during the pandemic. Judy and Eliot Cohen


Mazel tov to all the honorees. Thank you to all those who worked so hard to keep the KMS community together during this year of separation, from Rabbi Weinberg to the office staff and all the volunteers. Betsy and Alan Chanales

With gratitude to HaShem and best wishes to all of our friends, family and the entire KMS community. Jen, Joel, David and Sarah Tabin


Yasher Koach and thank-you to Rabbi Weinberg and all our wonderful volunteers for all that you do! Judy & Sheldon Klein

Thank you KMS for being our steadfast anchor, solacing us in our moments of grief, celebrating with us in times of great joy, and enriching our lives in countless ways. Eric Fishman & Shuly Rubin Schwartz


Thank you to our friends in Kemp Mill Forest for their support, friendship and sense of community during this long period of quarantine and post-quarantine. From socially distanced davening to driveway conversations to being able to borrow a cup of sugar at 11 p.m., we have come to rely on our neighborhood family. - Tobie, Pesy, Brooke, Ozzie & Amy Hollander

Thank you to the entire KMS community and KMS heroes! We are especially thankful to Rabbi Weinberg for your continued leadership, advice, role modeling, and positivity during this difficult year. Sharon and Jay Mazel and family


With Gratitude to the One who brought us safely through the Covid year, and to the many who did His work Anita and Mel Plotinsky

Tekoa, We are very proud of your dedication and hard work for Bnei Akiva. You navigated every challenge with grace -- a sign of a true leader. We love you! Ima & Abba Ateret & Yardena


In honor of Rabbi and Elana Weinberg and our wonderful KMS friends and community where we lived for 30 happy years. Mazal tov to all those who worked hard to keep KMS active and supportive during the pandemic. Sabine and Chaim Himmelfarb Jerusalem

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Mazal tov to Brianna and Gabi Loshin! Thank you for your energetic spirit and for your commitment to Shabbat Groups, even in a pandemic winter. The Hefter, Raskas, Speiser, Unterman-Naggar, and WeiserRosenbaum Families

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Thank you to Rabbi Weinberg, the Gabbaim and Ritual Team, all the volunteers, and KMS Staff who worked tirelessly to keep KMS and the programming running smoothly during this challenging period. A very sincere Yasher Koach. Vivian and Zach Dyckman Thank you to everybody at KMS who have kept us all connected as a community during the pandemic. Your work is much appreciated. Evelyn Baum


Congratulations to all the honorees! David and Tamar Volosov

To Rabbi Weinberg, With deep gratitude and appreciation for your tireless effort to bring Torah into our home each day throughout the pandemic. Stephen, Lynn and Dani Deutsch


With gratitude to Rabbi Weinberg and KMS office team and leadership for guiding us through this difficult period. Jennifer and Jeff Zukerman and family We join our friends and neighbors in celebrating the chesed, kehilla, education, and youth leaders’ extraordinary work this past challenging year. Special gratitude to the frontline healthcare workers who saved so many lives during COVID. We salute you all! Lisa and Alec Stone Aviva, Arianna & Elliot, Ayden, and Aryeh


This past year was spent ensuring that we remained separate and appropriately distanced. And yet, due to the extraordinary efforts of so many of our friends in the KMS community, we have in many ways never felt closer. To all of you who went above and beyond to create and maintain a sense of Kehilla, who gave of your time and energy to ensure the well being of others, who worked tirelessly to adapt and to bring KMS to us wherever we were. Thank you. And to Rabbi Weinberg, who led us with endless amounts of strength, empathy, dignity, and humanity. Thank you. May we all use this experience to forever remember the blessing it is to be a part of this community. Together. Josh, Elana, Isabelle & Judah Stein

Mazal tov to all the honorees!! Thank you for all you do. The Zaghis


In honor of Rabbi Weinberg, the KMS staff and volunteers, and especially our teachers: Esther Dziadek, Laura Goldman, Erica and Jeremy Brown and Dov Zakheim. During Covid, Maris was able to explore more classes than she ever would be able to attend in person and, in particular, joined Esther Dziadek’s class on prayer which has been life-changing. Maris & Kevin Liss A heartfelt thank you to Rabbi Weinberg and our dear friends in the community who supported us throughout the challenges of the pandemic with words of inspiration, caring chats, grocery runs, and cherished friendships. Leora & George Hellman

To our wonderful granddaughters, Brianna, Gabriella and Emma who have been leading Groups on the Grass with great joy since its inception. Love, Bubby and Zadie


Thank you, Rabbi Weinberg and Larry Lerman, for your inspiring leadership and dedication to our KMS community. To Aryeh Shudofsky, Mindy Levin, Elisheva Cohen, Sako, Sevana, the board, and all the numerous committee volunteers for your time and care. We feel incredibly blessed to be surrounded by a community of helpers, givers, and kind-doers. And to Leo and Sharona Rozmaryn, Allison Lazar, Gadi Rozmaryn, and Elana Stein for chairing an excellent Spring Soiree, May we all be blessed to share in more celebrations together! Go Team, Go! Becky, Elisha, Tani and Emunah Simkovich

Mazal tov to all the honorees! Thank you for all you do for the KMS community! Dina, Matt and the Levitt family Thank you to the Bnei Akiva roshim and Shabbat group leaders for all your hard work and creativity this year! Marissa, Daniel, Yael, Adi and David Kaplow Thank you to everyone who pitched in to help keep KMS running safely this past year. Kol HaKavod! Ronna Eisenberg & Steve Rabinowitz


Thank you to Rabbi Weinberg, the shul staff, and all of the volunteers who worked tirelessly this year. From, Mandi, David, Shana, Elie, and Kira Lowenstein Thank you so much, Rabbi Weinberg, KMS officers, committee and team members, and staff, the stellar Teen Leaders, and other volunteers who have worked so selflessly and effectively to keep KMS going vibrantly during the pandemic, and reopening as quickly as possible! Kol Hakavod! Gail Javitt & Sam Osofsky

Much gratitude to the shul, and all the volunteers, staff and board for all their efforts, especially during this difficult time. Want to give a special thanks to Rabbi Weinberg for his leadership, commitment and warmth. Beth Schwartz

Thank you to the Gabbaim and KMS members who maintained the outdoor minyanim throughout the winter. Lynn & Aron Trombka


To all the human angels whose amazingly multifaceted array of ‫ חסדים‬has been beyond invaluable in helping me manage through the pandemic (you know who you are): my gratitude to each and every one of you knows no bounds. !‫הקב”ה ישלם שכרכם‬ Risë Goldstein A huge thank you to all those who worked on getting vaccination appointments to all of us who needed them. You saved us hours of frustration. Yasher Koach Ira & Pesha

With admiration of Shuli & Marc Tropp and Ina & Larry Lerman for all they do for their KMS community, by Ann Berman, a friend of KMS Thank you to all the people that have made this year so successful. Special kudos to Yonatan for all your contributions to KMS Youth! Rachel, David, Yonatan, and Akiva Cohen


With hakarat hatov to the KMS community, under the fantastic leadership of the Weinbergs, for providing a warm community and an inspiring spiritual home for us and our children. We will always cherish our time at KMS. -Sefi and Jonathan Hefter With extreme gratitude for the dedication, devotion, tireless effort and guidance through this past year and all its challenges by Rabbi Weinberg, the executive committee and all the KMS volunteers. Thank you for all that you do for our shul and the greater Jewish community. In appreciation, Tania and Nachum Shedlo and Family

Thank you to everyone who helped KMS thrive this past year. -Evan and Daniella Smith Mazal tov to Benny and Shai, and to all the teen leaders. May you go from strength to strength. Ron Murch & Natanya Nobel


Our thanks to KMS for remaining an anchor for the community this past year. We appreciate the leadership of Rabbi Weinberg and the entire KMS leadership team. Mazal Tov to the youth honorees. May we all be blessed to be together, in full, very soon. Liz & Nathan Diament Thank you to Rabbi Weinberg, the Gabbaim and Ritual Team for all of their efforts in helping us make it through these difficult times. Eileen and Stan Goldschmidt

Thank you, thank you, thank you to Rabbi Weinberg and everyone else who helped our community through the past year. Marci, David, Joshua, Daniella, and Naomi Bloch

Thank you to the entire KMS staff and volunteers for helping to keep the community connected this past year! Debbie and Jason Unger


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MAZAL TOV TO THE KMS YOUTH HONOREES THANK YOU FOR LEADING IN EXTRAORDINARY WAYS DURING EXTRAORDINARY TIMES

Thank you to Rabbi Weinberg and the entire KMS Community for all your support Gary Winters President

Audrey Siegel Executive Director

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Kemp Mill Synagogue for its wonderful work in our community.

Mazal tov to all of the worthy honorees.

We wish a well-earned mazel tov to our graduating senior,

DALIA ALBERT on being honored for her work as a Teen Leader.

Rabbi Ahron Lopiansky Rosh HaYeshiva

Rabbi Yitzchok Merkin Headmaster

Mr. Abe Zwany President

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Thank you! To all the adults and teen volunteers and staff, thank you for your hard work for KMS and the community.

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Thank you to the entire KMS community who donated towards this journal and helped make the Spring Soirée such a success! We look forward to an in-person dinner in 2022 and hope you will all join us!


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