Holiday Schedule Monday, September 3 - Labor Day Sunday, September 16 - erev Rosh Hashanah Monday, September 17 - Rosh Hashanah Tuesday, September 18 - Rosh Hashanah Tuesday, September 25- erev Yom Kippur Wednesday, September 26 - Yom Kippur Sunday, September 30 - erev Sukkot Monday, October 1 - Sukkot Tuesday, October 2 - Sukkot Sunday, October 7 - erev Shemini Atzeret Monday, October 8 - Shemini Atzeret Tuesday, October 9 - Simchat Torah
Fundraising & Development Anita Bruckmeir, Development Director 718.475.5234
Tributes In Memory of Mania Warshaw, Beloved Mother of Sylvia Cohen - Mike & Ruth Lasser - Jackie Reiter In Memory of Marie Ellner whose dedication and smile were a fabulous combination - Mike & Ruth Lasser
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Personal Training Special New Year- New You! â€˘ Buy 10 one hour sessions and get 3 free sessions - $600 (savings of $245) â€˘ Buy 10 half hour sessions and get 3 free sessions- $450 (savings $135)
Spa at the J
In Memory of Arthur Levy, Beloved Father of Michelle Brosnick - Linda Brill
Indulge yourself with this body scrub. First your skin will be exfoliated with a nourishing scrub of Dead Sea salts and aromatic apple and honey oil. This treatment ends with relaxation moisturizer oil. $40
To honor or remember someone in this way, please contact Chana Cilento, Development Associate at 718-475-5243 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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In Memory of Marie Ellner, Beloved Mother of Steven Ellner and Illona Ellner Zatoren - Sue Sappin, David Sorkin and the Board & Staff of the JCC - Jackie Reiter - Linda Brill - Eileen Bernstein - Phyllis & Edward Elman
In Memory of Lea Stern, Beloved Mother of Yaffa Schonbach - Sylvia & Howard Cohen - Frances & Frank Cicero
Apple and Honey Body Scrub
Summer Camp 2012
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32nd Golf and Tennis Classic The JCC’s Annual Golf & Tennis Classic was held on Monday, July 25 at the Richmond County Country Club. While everybody that participated had a great time, a lot of money was raised for the Isador Aberlin-Ed Rovner Memorial Scholarship Fund. This fund provides camp and nursery school scholarships for families in need. Two businesses were honored that have worked tirelessly and given generously to improving the lives of the children of Staten Island. Staten Island Physician Practice received the “JCC Community Service Award”. Terri Rizzuti, Director of Community Services accepted on their behalf. Gina M. Addeo, Chair of the Board of ADCO Electric Corporation received the “JCC Pride of Staten Island Award.” We would like to thank the committee for their hard work in planning such a large event, especially co-chairs Alan Poritz and Robin Lefkowitz and tennis chair Dr. Josh Kanner. Robin Lefkowitz, Gina Addeo, Alan Bernikow
Josh Kanner, David Sorkin, Robin Lefkowitz, Gina Addeo, Terri Rizzuti, Alan Poritz
signing up to start off the day
32nd ANNUAL GOLF & TENNIS CLASSIC for the Benefit of the Isador Aberlin-Ed Rovner Memorial Scholarship Fund The Jewish Community Center of Staten Island and the Golf & Tennis Classic Committee offer their heartfelt thanks and appreciation to all those who contributed to the success of this special event. The scholarship money raised for the Isador Aberlin-Ed Rovner Memorial Fund enables families in need to send their children to JCC nursery school, camp and other youth programs. SPECIAL THANKS TO THE FOLLOWING WHO HAVE GIVEN ABOVE AND BEYOND - OUR DEEPEST GRATITUDE PRESENTING SPONSOR IDB BANK EVENT SPONSORS ADCO ELECTRICAL CORPORATION • JOAN & ALAN BERNIKOW • DELOITTE & TOUCHE LLP • KRAMER LEVIN DINNER SPONSORS ALLEN C. BENTSON AGENCY • LUCILLE & JAY CHAZANOFF • STATEN ISLAND PHYSICIAN PRACTICE, P.C. JOURNAL SPONSORS CENTURY COVERAGE CORPORATION • NORTHFIELD BANK BRUNCH SPONSOR METROPOLITAN NATIONAL BANK HOLE-IN-ONE SPONSORS BAY RIDGE LEXUS • B.Y. CHELSEA LIGHTING, INC. HOSPITALITY STATION SPONSORS BLUCO ENERGY • GOOD MART, LLC • PROJECT ONE SERVICES, INC. BEVERAGE CART SPONSORS ACE WIRE & CABLE COMPANY • HEFTI • PRATT INDUSTRIES CONTEST HOLE SPONSORS BRIGHTON USA, LTD. • DRS. ABRAMS, PIAZZA & JULEWICZ NURSERY SCHOOL SPONSORS MARY BETH & ROBERT ABERLIN • A & C SUPERETTE • JERRY COHEN • FIDELITY NATIONAL TITLE INSURANCE CO SIGNATURE BANK • NATHAN & NAOMI WEINER CORPORATE SPONSORS ACE OFFICE PRODUCTS, INC. • AETNA • BUCHBINDER TUNICK & COMPANY LLP • GALLANT & WEIN • GLOBAL TERMINAL & CONTAINER SERVICES, LLC H2 TECHNOLOGY PARTNERS • RICHMOND COUNTY SAVINGS BANK • SAGONA LANDSCAPING & CONTRACTING • SCARAN OIL SERVICE, INC. QUIXOTIC SYSTEMS, INC. • WAGNER COLLEGE • ALLAN & BOBBY WEISSGLASS • FLORENCE WERB • WILLIAMS EYE WORKS 3
Dorothy Delson Kuhn Music Institute Ela Seeley, Music Institute Director 718.475.5263
Scholarships are still available! For details about each class, please visit sijcc.org and download the Fall 2012 music brochure or Fall Program Guide or pick up copies at the reception desks. For any questions regarding classes or programs contact Ela Seeley, Music Institute Director, 718.475,5263 or email@example.com. Be sure to visit the Music Institute website at dorothydelsonkuhnmusicinstitute.sijcc.org or the Dorothy Delson Kuhn Music Institute Facebook page.
Announcing a new faculty member:
Alexander Giller - Guitar, Saxophone, Ensemble Classes B.A. (Candidate for M.A.) from Brooklyn College. Studied privately with Lars Frandsen, Noah Creshevsky and George Brunner. Music school training from early age on guitar, piano, saxophone and clarinet. Performed with various ensembles and groups in musical genres ranging from Classical music to Rock. Taught private music lessons in New York City area for 18 years to students of various ages and levels. Private guitar lessons at JCH of Bensonhurst for 3 years. For the last 3 years teaching music at the public school in Staten Island. Classes range from Pre-K through 8 Grade and include: General Music, Guitar, Chorus, General & Rock Band.
Teen Council is a leadership group for junior high teens (13-15 years) to plan, organize, create and discuss new and innovative ways to plan events, trips, activities, fundraisers and community service projects for the junior high teen community. Some meetings will also focus on discussing teen topics. Contact Samantha Goodman at firstname.lastname@example.org or 718.475.5285. Wednesdays, 6:30-7:15pm, beginning September 12
Group Piano Have you always wanted to learn to play piano but have not have time? Now is your chance. Come for a free demonstration class and see what you have been missing! Wednesdays, 1pm. 10 weeks Fee: $100M/$150NM Demo: September 12, 1pm; starts September 19
Gary Negbaur- Digginâ€™ the Beatles: A Pianomanâ€™s Journey through the Beatles Songbook Gary Negbaur returns with an evening of interpretations of the classic tunes of the most popular rock band of all time. The music mixes the familiar and the fresh, the nostalgic and the surprising. Fee: $15M/$18NM includes refreshments Tuesday, October 23, 7pm
Teens The Youth Board is a teen (15-18 years) leadership and community service group. Teens brainstorm, propose, discuss, plan, organize and run events, trips, activities, community service and fundraisers for the teen community. Contact Samantha Goodman at email@example.com or 718.475.5285. Mondays, 6:30-7:30pm, beginning September 10
Summer Camp 2012
Youth Glenn Wechsler, MSW, Youth Director Stephanie Feldman, M.S., Ed., Asst. Youth Director
Apple Picking with Grandma/pa Grandparents and grandchildren any age Celebrate the fall with an intergenerational excursion which includes apple picking, playground/park visit and lunch! Participants will be bussed from the Bernikow JCC. Fees: $6 per person (includes bus and lunch and pay only for what you pick) Tuesday, September 4 (rain date Wednesday, September 5)
Sukkot Party- FREE all ages. Bernikow JCC arts & crafts, design-your-own edible Sukkah, play holiday games, shake the lulav and etrog all inside the special JCC Sukkah Wednesday, October 3, 4–6pm
Children’s Discovery "Shalom Yeladim" -This program will expose children to a new language. Children ages K-1 will be able to learn the Hebrew letters. They will learn to introduce themselves in a NEW language, and they will add some Hebrew vocabulary words in to their knowledge. Learning will be through songs and games in a very friendly atmosphere. Bernikow JCC. Fee: $160M/$235NM 15 sessions: September–January Tuesdays, 4-5pm, starting Tuesday, September 11
Green Spotlight JCC/Tottenville High School Beacon Solar Car A dedicated group of students and advisors in the JCC Tottenville Beacon Program worked two years to develop a solar car that took part in the Winston Solar Challenge in Texas and came in 2nd place in a nationwide race. We are very proud to be a partner in the JCC/Tottenville High School Solar Pirates Beacon program and elated that the students have accomplished so much over the last few years. Special thanks to coaches Gerard D’Ambrosio and Charles Dazzo for all of the work that they achieve with the students and for the guidance and support that they provide to the program. We also certainly appreciate the administrative support that Cliff Bloom provides to the program. To see more information about these remarkable students and their supporters visit solar-pirates.com. There you’ll find a video of them being honored by Mayor Bloomberg for their accomplishment. Congratulations to all involved.
Early Childhood Beth Howard, Early Childhood Director
Early Childhood Welcome Picnic
Have you registered for PJ Library yet? PJ Library is a free program that sends high-quality, age-appropriate Jewish books and music to families with children ages 6 months to 8 years each month – with absolutely no strings attached. Not even the ones on your pajamas! (a.k.a. "PJ")! To learn more about this wonderful program or to make a donation to help sustain PJ Library, contact Jill Howard at 718.475.5224, or visit the PJ Library website at www.pjlibrary.org/ny/StatenIsland.
Families with children 6 months – 5 years Enjoy the company of other parents while your children play in the Early Childhood playground. Lunch will be provided. Bernikow JCC $5 suggested donation per family Contact Dawn Gallis to register: 718.475.5286 or firstname.lastname@example.org Sunday, September 9, 11am–12:30pm
Celebrating Holidays the ECE Way It seems that we’ve just returned to school, and the Jewish holidays are upon us. Rosh Hashanah is the perfect holiday for the beginning of the school year. Celebrating the Jewish New Year gives us an excellent framework in which to study beginnings and to look at how much we’ve grown. Although we do lots of grown-up serious things on Rosh Hashanah, don’t neglect to share the fun, childlike aspects of the holiday with your child. Dip apple slices in honey, take a nature walk together and observe how the world is changing, look at baby pictures and let your child tell you how much they have changed. Now is a good time to start a holiday photo album. Make a page for each holiday. Take a picture of your child and/or family at each holiday, and add it to the page so you can see how much you’ve all grown from year to year. Teach your child about sharing good wishes for the New Year by letting them help make the cards. You can make something together on the computer, or photocopy your child’s drawing to use as your card. And, of course, let your child drop all the cards in the mailbox! L’shanah tovah tikatayvu—May you be inscribed for a good year in the book of life.
PJ on the Playground Families with children up to 8 years Music, free play, story time, and other children’s activities for families with young children Bernikow JCC / Early Childhood Playground Donations for PJ Library welcome. Sundays, September 30 and October 28, 10am–11:30am
Harvest Hoedown Families with children up to age 8 Put on your favorite pair of jeans and enjoy raffles, games for the kids, and all around western fun! Bernikow JCC Fee: members $5 per family/non-members $8 per family Contact 718.475.5230 for more details Wednesday, October 17, 6pm–8pm
Bernikow Sports & Recreation
Mike Reape, Sports & Recreation Director 718.475.5212
Brian Faughnan, Special Needs Director 718.475.5291
Bernikow Men’s Basketball
Dr. and Mrs. Megna Kids Club for Special Kids
Adults Teams and individuals accepted . Mondays, 7-11pm. 10 games plus play offs. Registration date Monday, September 10 Fee: $135M/$165NM Contact: Lucy Kamil, 917.923.5978
Our after school program for children with high functioning autism presents an opportunity for children to socialize and receive academic support and enrichment. Licensed teachers provide help to children with homework in addition to facilitating beneficial social activities including yoga, swimming, basketball and other exciting opportunities.
Flag Football League
Super Special Sundays
4th grade to Adults + coed A fun alternative to Tackle Football. Sundays and week nights Registration Sunday, September 23, 10am 10 games plus play offs. ee: $125M/$150NM Contact: Tom, 718.619.6163
Two Sundays each month, up to 3 dozen children with a range of special needs come to our JCC for 3 hours of fun. Each hour is devoted to a specific activity: social skills, Zumba and arts and crafts. Throughout our day, children are encouraged to engage with each other and our staff. Activities are facilitated by professionals with experience in human services. Additionally, children are supported by students enrolled in coursework studying human development or related disciplines.
Soccer Instruction grades 3- 8 Beginner and experienced players welcome begins Sunday, September 9, 11am 10 sessions. Fee: $135M/$170NM Contact: Lucy Kamil, 917.923.5978
Introduction to Sports Academy grades Pre K-3 Introduce your child to different sports 10 sessions, Wednesday, 4pm begins Wednesday, September 12 Fee: $125M/$150NM Contact: Mike Reape, 718.475.5212
Sports for Children with Autism
CLASSP Support Program
grade 3-8 Professional instruction for children with autism: swimming, yoga, basketball and movement. 10 sessions, Sundays and Thursdays, begins Sunday, September 23, 10am Fee: $135 for each session Contact: Jill Bruen, 347.244.5543
High School & College students - get practical experience while supporting children with special needs. High School Students Internship earn $800 and 1 college credit College Students Internship earn $2,500 and 6 college credits Contact Brian Faughnan 718.475.5291 or email@example.com. Limited enrollment
Pre-Season High School Basketball LeagueMini Basketball League grades 9-12. Tuesdays, 6-11pm, 8 games plus play offs Fee: $100 Contact: Mike Reape, 718.475.5212
Aquatics Claudia McLaughlin, Aquatics Director
Pool Maintenance Schedule
Richmond Aquatics Club @ the JCC
The pool will be closed for maintenance on Friday, September 7 and re-opening on Thursday, September 20, regular hours. Please note the pool schedule for the Holidays: Tuesday, September 25 close 2:30pm Wednesday, September 26 closed Sunday, September 30 close 4:30pm Monday/Tuesday, October 1 & 2 closed Sunday, October 7 close 4:30pm Monday/Tuesday, October 8 & 9 closed
Tryouts will be conducted Wednesday, September 5, 7pm
For details on classes, times and fees please pick up a Fall Program Guide or download at sijcc.org
JCC Pre-Competitive/ Richmond Aquatics Tryouts will be conducted Wednesday, September 5, 7pm
Group Swimming Lessons Level 1 through Level 4 Classes begin Sunday, September 23
Babies R Swimming “Baby Nemos” Classes begin Sunday, September 23
Triathlon Training/Masters Training 1st session begins Thursday, September 27
Be sure to pick up a pool schedule at the Sports & Fitness desk to see classes, free swim and gender swim times. Also available at sijcc.org
Senior Adults Esther Jacobson, Senior Adult Services Director
Avis Neighborhood Center/Kosher Nutrition Program
Blood Pressure Monitoring with VNA Tuesday, September 11 and Thursday, October 18, 10–11am, gym All dates subject to change. Please check the senior bulletin board and the lunch area for flyers on upcoming programs and changes in programs.
The Caregiver program provides concrete and supportive services to person(s) caring for older adults 60 year of age and above, who are either physically and/or cognitively impaired, typically with Alzheimer’s or related dementia. Grandparents age 55 or older who are the primary caregivers of chilHealth Insurance Information Counseling & Assistance Program (HIICAP) The HIICAP consultant will continue to assist with any questions regarding stand-alone dren 18 years of age or younger may also qualify for services. Some of the services provided are informaPart D plans, the Low Income Subsidy, EPIC and Medicare Savings and Advantage tion and assistance, referrals, individual counseling, Plans. Every Tuesday, 10:30am–12:30pm, gym caregiver education, support groups and stress reduction through activities such as Yoga. A vital part Advocacy, Counseling and Entitlement Services (ACES) of our program is our social adult group respite. PerOur ACES volunteer will continue to be available to assist with government benefits, ensons with Alzheimer’s disease, dementia and/or trautitlements and advocacy. matic brain injury may be appropriate for Every Thursday, 9:30am–12:30pm, gym participation in this supervised program which operates daily from 10am–2pm. Celebrating Other Cultures Please contact 718.475.5280 for information on For the past few months we have been celebrating the sights, sounds, food and culture rates, qualification and availability of transportation. of different countries. So far we have “visited” Greece, Italy and Israel. Look for future For all other caregiver services please contact countries we will “visit”. 718.475.5279.
Beatrice Victor Senior Olympics Bea Victor, Anita Weisenfeld Co-Chairs If you are 50 plus (that includes anyone male or female), a resident of Staten Island, someone who wants to continue with his/her mental and/or physical exercise, then this is for you. The events being offered around the Island during the week of September 9-14: square dancing, pocket pool, darts, table tennis, chess, golf, mini-golf, shuffleboard, canasta, croquet, checkers, pinochle, bridge, tennis, bocce, mah-jonng, swimming, horseshoes and predict-a-pace ending with a day of celebration at the Bernikow JCC, 1466 Manor Road. There will be demonstrations by seniors, awards will be presented, guests will receive box lunches and a ceremony honoring Marie Ellner. Get an application at the YMCAs or at either of the JCCs. There is a $15 entrance fee. (Partial scholarships are available if applicable.) There is an additional fee for bowling and golf. All registrants will receive a BVSO shirt. There are a few events that close registration once their limit is reached. If you have questions about the events call Stella Bennardello 718.981.4933 at the YMCA.
SeniorNet SeniorNet of SI continues to offer those 50 plus an opportunity to either learn how to use a computer or to advance skills so as to enjoy all that the continually growing electronic age has to offer. The classes are small, no more than 12 seats available in a recently updated computer room at the Bernikow JCC, 1466 Manor Road. The computer lab is handicap accessible. In the fall, in addition to the usual classes for Beginners such as Intro I (for desktop and laptop), Intermediate Classes in next level, internet, graphics, Power Point and PhotoShop Elements. Students do not have to be members of the JCC. There are fees. (Sam Finkelstein Partial Scholarships are available.) For more information re: registration date/class dates/hours, fees/scholarship or more, call 718.475.5200 then press 8 and 1182 or visit www.seniornetsi.org.
Summer Camp 2012
Avis Sports & Recreation Mike Reape, Sports & Recreation Director 718.475.5212
Avis Fitness firstname.lastname@example.org
Melissa Kraker, Health & Fitness Director 718.475.5274
Jerry Mosely’s Shoot for Success
grades Pre K- HS, coed Basketball skill training conducted by NY’s most accomplished basketball trainer 10 sessions, Sundays 9am-3pm (time depends on age) begins Sunday, September 7 Fee: $175M/$185NM Contact: Mike Reape, 718.475.5212
Pilates can strengthen and lengthen your core muscles, making a sleeker physique. Combined with sensible eating habits and aerobic activity to shed unwanted pounds, Pilates can contribute to a healthy, toned body that you feel good and can be proud. The practice of Pilates is based on focused exercise which engages your entire body using breath control to further engage muscles.
Travel Basketball grades 1-HS JCC basketball traveling teams 20 games, 2 tournaments Fee: $330M/$375NM/$290HS Registration date Sunday, September 23, 11am Contact: Paul DeMarco, 718.435.5103
Family Fun Day & Trunkathon June 2012
Community Leadership Awards and Fashion Show June 2012
• We offer a range of Pilate’s classes both morning and evening to fit into your schedule with different forms offered by Allyce, Bonnie, Janice and Noel all week • We would like to welcome our new instructors, Mary Rose Savarese, Teresa and Darren Corona to our exciting Group Ex line-up! Take a look at our new schedule as you see the following: • Monday, 9:30am, Zumba with MaryRose • Monday, 6pm, Boot Camp with Teresa • Tuesday, 6pm, Power Yoga with Noel • Tuesday, 7pm, Total Body with Darren Please pick up a September class menu and let’s get back into the best shape with our experienced, caring and motivating instructors. For further info, please contact Carol Weinberg –Group Fitness Coordinator at email@example.com or 718.475.5275 ext 1205 or Melissa Kraker at firstname.lastname@example.org or 718.475.5274.
Member Spotlight: Marylou Cassano, age 66 Marylou has been a member of the JCC for one year. She joined to improve her health, add some recreation to the line-up and, of course, make new friends post retirement. Her pride and joy are her 3 grandkids so she wants to live a long life to see them all flourish. Her daily exercise routine consists of morning group ex and recommends Monday Pilates with Janice and Zumba with Mary Rose, Tuesday Zumba with Carol and Wednesday Zumba with Diane. All the exercise has her doctor noticing changes in her and she credits the Avis Center and its team with her healthy heart. She comes from a large Italian family and comes to the realization with Sunday’s “gravy” that her healthy diet sometimes consists of “a big smile and lots of love in her heart”. Nothing she won’t burn off on Monday with two back to back classes.
Please note our hours of operation are: Monday-Thursday 8am-8:30pm Friday 8am-2pm Sunday 8am-1pm Avis Fitness Center will be open on Monday, Labor Day, 8:30am-12:30pm
( l-r) Anthony Cocchi, David Sorkin, Christopher Lavine, Dr. Michael Marcus, Susan Sappin, Melvin Kling, Jerry Amerosi, Michael Tortorella, Joseph Pizzarelli 10
Jewish Life & Learning Yaffa Schonbach, Jewish Life & Learning Director
Hebrew Classes with Yaffit Efraim Speak to your grandchildren in Hebrew â€˘ Learn to read Hebrew or improve your Hebrew reading. All classes are taught by a native speaker Yaffit. Classes are small, fun and interactive. Classes meet once a week and no prior knowledge is necessary for beginner classes. Beginner Reading The Aleph Bet and vowels will be taught in this class.You will be able to read Hebrew with no pressure, and in a very relaxed atmosphere. Once a week, 8 weeks October 15- December 3, 7-8:15pm Beginner Ulpan Hebrew conversation- learn to speak with ease and fun October 17- December 5, 7:15-8:45pm Intermediate Ulpan Improve your Hebrew conversation and language skills ongoing day/time TBA
Single Senior Adults Womens Work Partners in Caring (PIC) the Social Group for Single Senior Adults continues. In addition we will be forming a support group for seniors dealing with issues of depression. For more information on either or both programs, please contact Barbara Fried, L.C.S.W at 718.494.0389. Cecilia Dinio Durkin from Poughkeepsie, New York will discuss her work with Womens Work, a fair trade initiative started by her to work with women from Africa to encourage their independence. The women create products from natural materials, which Cecilia will bring with her.Thursday, September 13, 10am-12noon
Eighth Annual Panorama of Jewish Life Series Jewish Identity in American Film in partnership with the Wagner College Chai Society and Hillel. Four part series Lecture #1 - Tuesday, October 23 Wagner College, 8pm Speaker and topic TBA
Day Classes are available upon request. Register by September 10 and receive a $10 discount
Art @ the J Photography by Stanley Weinstein September-October Artistâ€™s Reception: Thursday, September 20, 7pm Murray Berman Art @ J gallery
For more information please contact Sara Cohen, 718.475.5242 or email@example.com A FREE Taste of Hebrew Monday, September 10, 7:30pm
Community Programs High Holidays Lecture by Rabbi Chaim Mintz of Oorah Topic - Teshuvah: Can you be too great or too evil to repent? Refreshments will be served. Admission is free and open to the public. Monday, September 24, 8pm
Make Your Own Shofar Chabad program for the whole family. Children make their own Shofars and do some other arts & crafts. For more information please contact Sara Cohen, 718.475.5242 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Bernikow JCC Sunday, September 9, 11am-3pm
JLI Fall Course in Hebrew For topics, schedule or to register please contact Rabbi Nachman Segal, Chabad Israeli Center, 718.761.4483, email@example.com or www.chabadisraelsi.com Starts Monday, October 29 .