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August 2017 Volume XXXVII Av/Elul 5777 Number 10

first day of preschool - august 21st first day of Sunday religious and sunday hebrew school - august 27th first day of Wednesday Hebrew School - September 6th

High Holy Days 2017/5778 Information on pages 14-15


TABLE OF CONTENTS 4630 Pine Ridge Rd. Naples, FL 34119 Phone: (239) 455-3030 • Fax: (239) 455-4361 www.naplestemple.org Religious Education office 239-455-2233 Preschool office 239-455-3227 Adam F. Miller, Rabbi amiller@naplestemple.org Donna Azu, Cantor dazu@naplestemple.org James H. Perman, D.D., Rabbi Emeritus rabbi@naples.net Eli Montague, FTA Executive Director emontague@naplestemple.org Dr. Anna Salomon, RJE Director of Congregational Education asalomon@naplestemple.org

Cantor Donna Azu.....................................................page 3 Debbie Zvibleman, President....................................page 4 Dr. Anna Salomon, Director of Congregational Education....................page 8 Seyla Cohen, Preschool Director.............................page 9 Sisterhood....................................................................page 10 Men’s Club...................................................................page 11 Endowment Corner...................................................page 18 Temple Shalom Funds...............................................page 19 Contributions.............................................................page 20 Monthly Celebrations Anniversaries.................................................page 16 Birthdays........................................................page 17 Yahrzeits.........................................................page 24 Temple Shalom Calendar..........................................page 27

Seyla Cohen Preschool Director scohen@naplestemple.org Peter Lewis Music Director President Debbie Zvibleman First Vice President Debra Antzis Second Vice President Daryl Sissman Third Vice President Neil Heuer Treasurer Harriet Lickhalter, CPA Financial Secretary Neil Shnider, CPA Recording Secretary Beth Wolff Immediate Past President Neil Shnider Sisterhood President Carole Flegel Men’s Club President Ed Cohen One Family Liaison Bobbie Katz Historical Society Helen Weinfeld Tracey Albert Shelly Berkle Michael Diamond Michael Feldman Bruce Graev

Merrill Hassenfeld Ed Kaufman Jeremy Schaab David Silberg Perry Switzen

MISSION STATEMENT Temple Shalom of Naples is an inclusive Reform Jewish congregation where all individuals are equal partners in making our world whole and holy. We are One Family, believing in the sacredness of relationships, fostering connections – one to another, Temple, Israel, Torah and God. We are living Jewish values and nurturing future generations. Temple support staff Alicia Browner Membership Engagement Coordinator abrowner@naplestemple.org

Farrah Hersh Religious School Administrative Assistant religiousschool@naplestemple.org

Randi Butterworth Administrative & Clergy Assistant rbutterworth@naplestemple.org

Rick Holsbeke Maitenance Technician maintenance@naplestemple.org

Jeanette Fischer Director of Communications jfischer@naplestemple.org

Victor Lucas Facility Manager vlucas@naplestemple.org

Maxine Gould Controller mgould@naplestemple.org

Gloria Mellman Preschool Administrative Assistant gmellman@naplestemple.org

Temple Shalom offices will be closed on Tuesday, August 1st, in observance of Tisha b’Av

CANTOR

Donna Azu Let Us Join Together In Song As I enjoy the last few days of summer and a slower pace of life, I also start to think about the fall and the upcoming holidays and all the preparation that starts to take place. The High Holy Days choir is one of the highlights of our services and adds so much to our prayer experience. The choir will begin rehearsing in mid-August and as always, we would love to welcome some new singers. The choir will sing on Erev Rosh Hashanah, Rosh Hashanah morning, Kol Nidre and Yom Kippur. Singing in the High Holy Days choir is a great way to deepen your appreciation of the liturgy, and it’s also a great way to make some new friends! No previous choral experience is required, and you don’t have to be able to read music (although you will learn a little bit!), you just need the desire to sing and learn. If you would like to sing with the choir this year, please let me know soon! You can contact me via email dazu@naplestemple.org or call me at (239) 4553030. I look forward to hearing from you!

September 1st Lowdermilk Pk. No service at Temple on Sept. 1st

dinner 6 pm meet at the Gazebo shabbat service 7 pm on the beach Dinner is generously sponsored by Daryl & David Sissman in honor of their son Sam becoming a bar mitzvah

Please bring a beverage and a beach chair rsvp by August 25th - 239-455-3030

Save the Date Back by popular demand Cabaret Night

The Voice is published monthly. June/July are combined issues. Editor/Layout-Jeanette Fischer • Advertising- Maxine Gould

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Congratulations, Maxine! PRESIDENT

Debbie Zvibleman As summer comes to a close, the Preschool and Religious School start back up in August. This summer we have been planning some structural changes to this wing to make it more secure. The Preschool office is moving to where the Religious School office has been and the Religious School Office will be moving right across the hall. We will also be adding a new set of double doors providing a more secure area where the multipurpose room is as well as classrooms that are not currently behind locked doors. As we grow, we need to address the physical security of our campus and this is one important step. I would also like to report that we are on track with our L’Shalom pledges we have received. I want to thank everyone for their participation. Unlike other years when you were billed, we asked you what you were going to pledge. We needed to roll up these numbers early so that we had an understanding of where we stood compared to our budget. There has been a very positive response to this change which has resulted in more members as well. We are always striving to ensure our congregants are engaged and feel that Temple Shalom is their home.

Temple Shalom Sisterhood Temple Shalom Sisterhood Judaica Shop

Judaica Shop

We are closed for the summer except by appointment.

June 6th marked the 15th anniversary of Temple Shalom’s bookkeeper, Maxine Gould. The occasion was celebrated with balloons, flowers and a special lunch. Thank you, Maxine for all you do!

Our Above and Beyond campaign is gearing up. Soon you will receive a packet regarding our yearly campaign. Many people have asked why we have Above and Beyond. Our pledges do not cover the operating of the Temple. Pledges, Above and Beyond and fundraising are needed in order to adequately staff, maintain an aging building, and provide programs. Above and Beyond is above the pledge you have made to Temple Shalom. We thank everyone who has already given to Above and Beyond by making a L’Shalom pledge above the sustaining levels ($2,200 for households with two or more adult members and $1,100 for those with only one adult member). This year, we hope everyone will participate in the Above & Beyond campaign. I look forward to making our goal this year. I hope everyone had a great summer and I look forward to see you soon.

Save the Date March 11, 2018 7:00pm

For an appointment please contact: Judi Spintman - 348-8713 Jean Nacht - 591-3404 Karen Cohn - 591-1494

We Are One:

A Musical Celebration

We re-open Tuesday, September 5th Temple Shalom 4630 Pine Ridge Rd., Naples, FL 34119 239-455-3030

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Continuing the Spirit of Solidarity

Ti k kun Olam S o ciety Ken Goldstein Get Involved: Social Action at Temple Shalom As we begin a new fiscal year we are excited to tell you about two new forums that are being planned. Our first forum last January focused on Jewish values in healthcare. The next two forums are Jewish Values and the Environment and Jewish Values Regarding Civility. Each of these are critically important and timely. We’ll have much more information over the next few months but, for now please mark your calendars with the following dates: Jewish Values and the Environment will be on Thursday, November 2nd from 12:00-1:30pm and Jewish Values regarding Civility will be on Thursday, February 1st from 4:00-5:30pm.

Bowling Anyone? Are you interested in being part of a Temple Shalom bowling team?

Sign-ups are beginning NOW! Contact Alicia Browner in the Temple office 239-455-3030

Not only are the forums intended to be educational, they will hopefully suggest ways for Temple members to make a difference in the community. There are many other ways to get involved in social action through volunteering. One organization in particular, Jewish Family and Community Services (JFCS), is looking for volunteers for their dementia respite groups. We have a number of members of Temple Shalom who are currently volunteering for these groups but the amount of people JFCS is serving who are dementia afflicted is growing and more help is needed now. On a personal note, I started volunteering at JFCS nearly a year ago at their senior center in Naples. I had the opportunity to see what a dementia respite group was all about during my Tuesdays at the center. About a month ago I agreed to volunteer at a new dementia group on Thursdays at an offsite location. I am having the time of my life! I know that I’m helping to make a difference in the lives of the people in our group as well as the lives of the spouses who are able to get a much needed four hour break. If you are thinking of doing something that really has an impact, I hope you will consider volunteering at JFCS. I would be delighted to meet with you and share my experience. I’m sure other Temple members who have been working with the dementia respite groups would be willing to meet with you as well. This is truly a life changing experience. Come join us as we perform Tikkun Olam, literally, “repairing the world.” Please call or email me, Ken Goldstein, at 201-819-8518 or kengoldstein@mac.com. Let’s “repair the world” together!

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The Florence Melton School

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Si mc h a Co r n e r

of Adult Jewish Learning

Open House

Mazel tov to Susan & Yale Freeman on the engagement of their daughter

at Temple Shalom

September 8, 2017 at 6:30pm Becoming part of the Temple Shalom family has never been easier!

Allison Freeman to Kasey Cooper

Melton Core Class Year 1 (Open to ANYONE ready to start our 3 year Core Class curriculum!)

Rhythms of Jewish Living - Central ideas and texts which inform our daily, weekly and annual rituals as well as life cycle observances. Purposes of Jewish Living - Essential Jewish theological concepts and ideas as they unfold in the Bible, Talmud and other sacred texts.

Enjoy wine and cheese as you learn about our NEW voluntary pledge system which replaces the traditional dues structure. Take a tour, get to know our synagogue and hear about the exciting programs available at Temple Shalom.

If you have a simcha to share, please email the information to Jeanette Fischer at jfischer@naplestemple.org or call 239-455-3030.

Adult Learning for the Wondering Jew

Temple Shalom 4630 Pine Ridge Rd. Naples, FL 34119 239-455-3030 info@naplestemple.org www.naplestemple.org

Wine & cheese at 6:30pm Shabbat evening service at 7:30pm

RSVP by September 7

Melton Core Class Year 2 (This is ONLY open to students from our Melton Naples Core Year 1 cohort)

Ethics of Jewish Living - Ethical issues such as justice, life and death, sexualtiy and community, with case studies from Talmudic, rabbinic and contemporary literature. Crossroads of Jewish History - Dramatic developments, experiences and issues from different periods in Jewish history as reflected in historical texts.

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Melton Core Class Year 2

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Re g i s t r at i o n fo r t h e

DIRECTOR of CONGREGATIONAL EDUCATION

Dr.AnnaSalomon, RJE The new school year is almost here, with the days of summer counting down. It’s amazing how quickly time can pass! There are lots of great things coming up in the Education Department. In Adult Education, we have a full slate of lectures, guest speakers, and classes. Registration for our Melton School classes is open now. We’re offering year 2 (of 3) for our returning Core Class students, as well as opening a brand new year 1 group! Classes start in December, and very limited spots remain – be sure to register for those today. On the Religious School side we are excited to welcome our new and returning students. This year, our Journey confirmation students in 8th-10th grades will have the opportunity to participate in three travel programs. 8th grade will head to an overnight trip in Miami, while 9th grade explores Jewish history and social action in New Orleans. Our 10th graders will join Rabbi Miller on the RAC trip to Washington DC, where they’ll learn all about social justice at work. Our kindergarten students and those beginning religious school for the first time will participate in our Consecration ceremony at the Simchat Torah celebration on Friday, October 13th. We hope you’ll all join us for this fun celebration! Our 6th grade students will again work with grandparents and local “grand-friends”, as well as local Holocaust survivors from the community as part of our explorations with intergenerational learning. Are you interested in being a “grand-friend” or getting involved with the students in our Religious School? Let us know! We’re looking forward to a wonderful year full of learning and fun. We hope to see you soon!

1st day of Sunday Religious & Hebrew School August 27th 1st day of Wednesday Hebrew School September 6th

2017-2018 Religious School year i s o p e n N OW ! www.naplestemple.org/religious-school/admissions

B’NAI MITZVAH CORNER Nathan Samuel August 19, 2017 Nathan is the son of Tammy and Darren Samuel. He has an older sister, Hanah. Nathan attends Pine Ridge Middle School. His favorite sport is basketball but he enjoys other activites as well such as, drawing, gaming, motorbike riding, reading, making movies and fishing. Nathan enjoys plaing the saxophone and one of his favorite things about his Bar Mitzvah experience is playing Shalom Aleichem on the sax. He also enjoyed learing about Marcel Fachler’s life and experiences during the Holocaust.

Torah Talk A lay lead discussion

8:15 - 8:30am - bagels, coffee, juice 8:30 - 9:45am - discussion

August 5 Va’etchanan Deuteronomy 3:23-7:11

All are welcome!

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The Temple Shalom Religious School scholarships are sponsored in part by a grant from the Jewish Federation of Collier County.

We meet in the conference room Shabbat service at 10am

PRESCHOOL DIRECTOR

Seyla Cohen Another Successful Camp Season! The children had a blast playing, learning, singing, dancing and making new friends at Camp Shalom & Camp Einstein. From water park fun to storyland and science activities, the children spent their hot and rainy summer days enjoying themselves. Once again, thanks to the Jewish Federation of Collier County, we had an outstanding visit and performance from the Israeli Scouts on June 20th. The campers were so excited to mingle and learn from these talented boys and girls. The show was amazing and very entertaining for the children, the teachers and the parents. It was a real treat for Camp Shalom and Camp Einstein to see the scouts in action! Along with an amazing summer camp, preparations for the 20172018 school year are being made. We are proud to say that we are opening a fourth Pre K class (4 years old) and an additional Tuesday/Thursday class for our 2 year old children this year. The demand for our outstanding preschool is sensational! Come, visit, volunteer and be a part of this amazing place we call home away from home!

The first day of Preschool is August 21St

Summertime Schmooze

(For guys only)

August 14th at 9:30am Perkins Restaurant 3585 Pine Ridge Road Let’s meet up for a cup o’ joe, breakfast and get to know one another. Come and meet, share what’s on your mind and have a little nosh. No reservations required. And, your coffee is on me! Looking forward to seeing you there. Eli Montague, Executive Director.

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November 16, 2017- Commonwealth by Ann Patchett, facilitated by Judy Picus

SISTERHOOD PRESIDENT

Carole Flegel Hope you are enjoying your summer. The Sisterhood is gearing up for a memorable year of programming and events.  This kicks off with a tour of the Holocaust Museum with lunch on Tuesday, September 11 at 10:00am.  The cost is just $25 per person. Please RSVP to Barbara Druckman at: barbdruckman@ gmail.com or (239) 947-6863.  Space is limited, so reserve your spot soon! Other upcoming events include: October 10, 2017 - Luncheon and program with Andrea Claster Greenspan, an image consultant.  Her topic is “How to Become Wardrobe Ready” October 26, 2017 - Wine and cheese evening event at Paula Brody’s studio   November 14, 2017 - Judy Copeland, Filmographer  December, 2017 - December Fundraiser  January 9, 2018 - A family memoir, Managing Bubbe, presented by the author, Russel Lazega February 13, 2018 - Joint luncheon with the Men’s Club.  Jim Sernovitz will speak about his recent trip to Cuba and the Cuban Jewish Community  March 13, 2018 - Sheila Handler will present her poetry April 10, 2018 - Installation luncheon.  Glenn Basham, First Violinist with the Naples Philharmonic Orchestra, will be the speaker Our Sisterhood Book Bag will meet  in the Temple Shalom library on the third Thursday of each month at 1:30pm beginning in October for lively, enjoyable and facilitated discussions.  Enhance you summer with these excellent reads, and join Book Bag! October 19, 2017 -The Underground Railroad by Colson Whitehead, facilitated by Helen Weinfeld 10

December 21, 2017 - Lilac Girls by Martha Hall Kelly, facilitated by Marti Gross January 18, 2018 - All That Man Is by David Szalay, facilitated by Carole Clarke February 15, 2018 - The Orphan Keeper by Cameron Wright, facilitated by Beverly Moeckler March 12, 2018 - Small Great Things by Jodi Picoult, facilitated by Arlene Yedid April 19, 2018 - Velvet Hours by Alison Richman, facilitated by Lynn Prosten Many thanks to our Book Bag chair, Helen Weinfeld.  Our Sisterhood matriarch does this and ever so much more, so let me introduce Helen with an inaugural Sisterhood Member Spotlight. “Sisterhood Member Spotlight” Helen Weinfeld is the member of longest standing (50 years) of both Temple and the Sisterhood. Since the mid-80’s. Helen has served as President, Executive Vice President, Treasurer, a Trustee, Membership chair and By-Laws Committee Chair. She has been a member of the Oneg Shabbat Committee since 1998 and has served as chair. She has served as President of the Sisterhood and is the Book Bag founder and current chair. She has been the Temple Historian since 1989 and, as Social Action Chair, Helen was the Sisterhood’s representative on the Women’s Network for Change and the Collier County AntiDiscrimination Coalition. We won a WRJ OR-AMI Award for the forum she organized on “The Separation of Church and State.” Helen served on the Temple’s 50th Anniversary Committee. She was the Temple’s representative on Mosaic -- Celebration of 500 Years of Jews in Florida. There are pictures of Helen and Joseph, her husband, in the Jewish Museum in Miami Beach, as well as her oral history. They had been involved in Naples development beginning in 1954. Helen served on the Women of Reform Judaism’s National Board from 1998 to 2002. In 1987, Helen started and continues to donate to the Joseph S. Weinfeld Faculty Development Fund, in memory of her husband who started the Religious School in 1972.

MEN’S CLUB PRESIDENT

Ed Cohen On behalf of the entire Men’s Club Board, I am pleased to share with you that Yale Freeman has joined our Board. Yale has been Past President of our Temple and I know he will provide leadership, talent and experience as he assumes the role of Membership Chair in conjunction with Phil Freeman. Yale intends to reach out to all of our Temple members to encourage further membership and participation in our Men’s Club. We look forward to working closely with Yale.

Please mark your calendar for our annual Dinner Theatre Fundraiser. This year the show MAMA MIA will be February 17, 2018 at the Broadway Palm Dinner Theater. Among the other events being planned include a joint Men’s Club/Sisterhood luncheon with guest speaker, Jim Sernovitz along with a Sunday brunch in November. Additional events are in the planning stages and will be announced well in advance.

Men’s Club Deli Night

Join Men’s Club Today! The primary mission of the Temple Shalom Men’s Club is to promote enduring friendships among the men of the Congregation through social, charitable, cultural and community activities and services. Funds raised by the Men’s Club benefit the Congregation, our local Jewish community and the State of Israel. 2016/2017 financial accomplishments • Major contributor to new, enhanced Temple security system • Leading contributor for newly created “Tribute Garden” and landscaping improvements • Helped fund Religious School Confirmation class trip to Washington, DC • Funder for numerous Religious School events • Provided Kiddush cups to each Bar and Bat Mitzvah Students • Major supporter for Mitzvah Day “Kids Against Hunger” • Provided gowns and bibles for Confirmation Class • Supports local Holocaust Museum, Jewish Family and Community Services, Jewish Federation of Collier County and Jewish War Vets of Collier County Annual Contribution: Regular member

$36.00

Mitzvah member:

$136.00

_________________________ Send check payable to Temple Shalom Men’s Club 4630 Pine Ridge Rd. Naples, FL 34119 Thank you! Name_______________________________________________________ Phone_______________________________________________________ Email________________________________________________________

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Thank you to the following people for their generosity during Fiscal Year 2016-2017 (Cumulative donations totaling $250 and above)

Friends Circle

Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Goebel

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Rodman

Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Graev

Dr. Loren and Mrs. Barbara Rosenbach

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Greenberg

Mr and Mrs. Danny Schertzer

Mrs. Rosealie Liebovich-Hyman

Mr. Neil and Dr. Tussy Shnider

Dr. David and Mrs. Fredda Isaacson

Mr. and Mrs. David Silberg

Dr. & Mrs. Alan Kaplan

Dr. Eugene and Mrs. Carol Simon

Mr. and Mrs. Albert Katz

Mrs. Irene Smith

Mr. and Mrs. Ron Klein

Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Sutker

Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Lader

Mr and Mrs. Donald Tannenbaum

Mr. Godfrey Levy

Mr. Richard Treiser

Mr. and Mrs. Elliot Miller

Mrs. Michelle Levine-Troupp

Mr. and Mrs. Howard Moeckler

Mr. and Mrs. William Warshauer

Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Diamond

Mr. Eli Montague and Mrs. Sheryl Breadman

Maj. Gen. Bernard and Mrs. Helene Weiss

Mr. Alan Einhorn and Mrs. Victoria Cooper

Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Peltz

Mr. and Mrs. Donald Feiman

Dr. Charles and Mrs. Judith Picus Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Press

Dr. Les and Mrs. Carol Appel Mrs. Phyllis Barolsky Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bassin

As of June 30, 2017

Mr. Irving Berzon Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Bonder

Patrons Circle

The Jewish Federation of Collier County

Partners Circle

Mr. Merrill Hassenfeld and Dr. Paula Brody Mr. & Mrs. Howard Solot

Torah Circle

Dr. Mark and Mrs. Anne Rubin Temple Shalom Sisterhood

Rabbi’s Circle

Mr and Mrs. Edward Anchel Dr. Morton and Mrs. Myra Friedman Mr. James Kargman and Mrs. Heidi Brem-Kargman Mr. and Mrs. Michael Pierce Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Price Mr. and Mrs. Donald Shapiro Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Wyman

Supporters Circle Ms. Maria Bollt Mr. and Mrs. Roberto Bollt Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Carp Mr. Adam Goldstein Mr and Mrs. Neil Heuer Mr. & Mrs. Henry Kraus Dr. Moises and Mrs. Janina Levy Mrs. Vickie Nolen Dr. Nathaniel and Mrs. Susan Ritter Mr. Darren Samuel and Mrs. Tammy Strohl Samuel Mr. & Mrs. Michael Seaman Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Sherman Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Solomon Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Teitelbaum Mr. Scott and Dr. Hetty Weinstein Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wiadro Michal Wiesler

Sponsors Circle Dr. Leonard and Mrs. Barbara Cutler David Dembo Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Deutsch Mr. and Mrs. Yale Freeman Mr. David Goldstein and Mrs. Caroline Beasley Dr. Steven and Mrs. Ellen Goldberg Mrs. Carole Greene Dr. Joseph and Mrs. Merrylee Kandel Mr. Stan Lipp Mr. Mark Malone and Ms. Frances Kline Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nossen Mr. Gilbert Rashbaum

Mrs. Mae Riefberg Mr. and Mrs. David Sissman Mr. and Mrs. Russell Smith Mr. Stephen Solarsh Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Starman Ms. Sandra Stone Mr. and Mrs. Robert Subin Temple Shalom Men’s Club Dr. Joel Waltzer Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Warshauer Mr. and Mrs. Jay Weiss Mrs. Nancy White Mr. and Mrs. Barry Zvibleman

Mrs. Susan Adler Mr. and Mrs. Howard Agranat Mr. Charles Atkins and Mrs. Debra Antzis Dr. Randi Barr PhD Mr. Shelly Berkle Mr. and Mrs. Bennett Berman Dr. Iris Bland Dr. Todd and Judge Lauren Brodie

Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Brother Mrs.Carol Clarke Mr. and Mrs. Edward Cohen Ms. Rebecca Cornacchia Mrs. Marcy Cotton Ms. Linda Denning

Builders Circle

Mr. and Mrs. Alan Adlestein Mr. and Mrs. Walter Angoff Dr. Bruce and Mrs. Linda Barter

Pillars Circle

Mrs. Barbara Bassewitz

Mrs. Gracia Kuller

Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Becker

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Levine

Mrs. Jane Berger

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Levy

Bonnie Bodin

Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Lickhalter Dr. John and Mrs. Veora Little Dr. Bernard and Mrs. Bobbie Lublin

Mrs. Susan Bookbinder Dr. Lynn Byerly Ms. Ellie Pearson Cantor Mr. Brian Cassell

Mr. and Mrs. Scott Lutgert

Mrs. Barbara Cohen

Rabbi Adam Miller and Mrs. Jennifer Siegal-Miller

Dr. Lawrence and Mrs. Lois Cohen Dr. Burton and Mrs. Miriam Cohn

Mr. and Mrs. Barry Cohen

Dr. Samuel Oshry

Dr. Martin and Mrs. Karen Cohn

Mrs. Judi Palay

Ms. Robyn Deering

Mr. and Mrs. Peter Cristall

Rabbi & Mrs. James Perman

Mrs. Celia Deifik

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Diamond

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Pino

Dr. Stanley and Mrs. Mignon Farb

Mrs. Barbara Druckman

Mr. Ben Post and Ms. Debra Laites

Dr. William and Mrs. Eileen Ertag

Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Rauch

Mr. Gerald Flagel

Ms. Susan Riedel

Mr and Mrs. Barry Freedman

Mr and Mrs. Richard Rosen

Mr. Lawrence Gratz and Ms. Jane Schiff

Mr. and Mrs. Scott Shwedel

Mr. and Mrs. Howard Gutman Dr. Andrew and Mrs. Fern Jaffe Dr. Max Kamerman and Dr. Meredith Frankel Dr. Eugene and Mrs. Bobbie Katz Mr. and Mrs. Byron Krantz

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Dr. Lydia Bond

Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Singer Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Spintman Mr and Mrs. Mark Wasserman Dr. Brian and Mrs. Beth Wolff Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wollman

Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Davin

Mr. Michael Feldman Mr. and Mrs. David Fisher Mrs. Dorismae Friedman

Visionaries Circle $1,000,000 Prophets Circle $500,000 Benefactors Circle $250,000 Leaders Circle $100,000

Mrs. Sylvia Wolinsky Dr. Wilbur and Mrs. Carole Yellin

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Gillingham

Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Margolis

Mr. and Mrs. Ken Goldstein

Mrs. Lorie Mayer

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Goldblatt

Ms. Jean Morrison

Mr. Ted Goldberg and Mrs. Jeri Hall

Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Nacht

Dr. David and Mrs. Cary Goodman

Mr. and Mrs. Joel Pittelman

Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan Gopman

Mrs. Cecille Raichlen

Mrs. Lenore Greenstein

Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Rosenzweig

Ms. Linda Hamburger

Dr. Paul Rosofsky

Mrs. Matty Hasson

Mr. Paul Rubin and Mrs. Michelle Sodini - Rubin

Mr. and Mrs. Burton Hirsch Mr and Mrs. Alan Jaffe Cari Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kaufman Mr. William Kaye Ms. Alicia Kelley Mr. and Mrs. Judson Knox Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Kurlander Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Lender Mr. & Mrs. Barry Levitz Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Lieb Ms. Suzanne Low

Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Schuman Mrs. Myra Shapiro Mr. Kenneth Sidman and Mrs. Joyce Levy Mr. Lee and Dr. Sheryl Spielman Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stone Dr. Melvin and Mrs. Gail Ufberg Mr. David Weil and Mrs. Ruth Halperin Mrs. Helen Weinfeld Mrs. Joan Werhane Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Wichard Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Yampolsky

Mr. William Maltby and Ms. Nancy Brown

Patrons Circle $50,000 Partners Circle $25,000 Torah Circle $18,000 Rabbi’s Circle $10,000 Supporters Circle $5,000

Sponsors Circle $2,000 Pillars Circle $1,000 Friends Circle $500 Builders Circle $250 13


High Holy Days Child Care Program Child Care...Activities...Snacks Children ages 2 to 7 years (Preschool - 2nd Grade)

High Holy Days 2017/5778

When will High Holy Day tickets be mailed? Members in good standing (see below) should expect to receive their High Holy Day tickets by September 1.

Children must be pre-registered and payment is your reservation.

Who will automatically receive High Holy Day tickets? Temple Shalom members in good standing. Good standing means that there is no outstanding financial obligation to the Temple. Also, congregants must either have submitted their L’Shalom Pledge Payment Plan or have contributed at least 25% of their 2017-2018 L’Shalom pledge by August 24. Other arrangements must be made with our Executive Director, Eli Montague.

Associated fees are calculated on a child/service basis.

Please complete the reservation form below. Reservations MUST be received by September 15th

Who else may receive tickets? You may request complimentary tickets for immediate members of your family (parents, grandparents, siblings, children who are visiting from out of town), military personnel and college students (with ID), and visitors who are members of other Reform congregations (a reciprocity form must be sent from their home congregation to Temple Shalom).

Fees: $10.00 for one child per service $15.00 for two children of the same family per service $20.00 for 3 or more children of the same family per service

Children’s name(s)

Erev RH Kol Yom RH Day I Nidre Kippur

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Mail this form with check made payable to:

Address_________________________________________________

Temple Shalom Attn: HHD Child Care 4630 Pine Ridge Road Naples, FL 34119

Phone __________________________________________________ Signature _______________________________________________

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Come home to Temple Shalom for the High Holy Days

Can others not included in the above groups purchase tickets? Yes, however, seating is limited. So advanced planning is necessary. When available, what is the cost of a ticket to High Holy Day services? $100 is the cost for one ticket to all High Holy Day services. Can I apply the amount I pay for tickets towards a membership at Temple Shalom? Yes, we encourage you to do just that! The credit will be applied to membership if you join Temple Shalom by November 30, 2017. In fact, rather than purchase tickets, we encourage you to make a L’Shalom pledge to Temple Shalom, which may be fulfilled throughout the year, and join Temple Shalom’s family! Your tickets are then included with your pledge.

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For questions or to volunteer, please contact Gloria Melman 239-455-3227

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High Holy Days Ticket Policy

This program is available for specific High Holy Day services.

Child care for the following services:

2017

Memorial Book 2017/5778 You will be receiving the forms for the 2017/5778 Memorial Book shortly. Please be sure to return these forms by September 1st to be included in this year’s Memorial Book that will be distributed on Yom Kippur. If you need another form, please contact the office.

If I know of someone who cannot afford the High Holy Day tickets, can they still attend? Yes, provided they contact the Executive Director, Eli Montague, in advance of the High Holy Days and we have available seating. It will be our pleasure to have them worship with us.

We extend our very best wishes for a New Year of health and peace. L’shana tovah!

S c h e du l e of S e r v i c e s Erev Rosh Hashanah Wednesday, September 20 Evening service 7:30pm

Erev Yom Kippur Friday, September 29 Kol Nidre service 7:30pm

Rosh Hashanah Day 1 Thursday, September 21 Morning service 10:00am Family service 2:30pm Tashlich 4:00pm

Yom Kippur Saturday, September 30 Morning service 10:00am Family service 2:00pm Afternoon service 3:15pm Yizkor & Neilah 5:00pm

(Lake at Vineyards Park)

Rosh Hashanah Day 2 Friday, September 22 Morning service 10:00pm Sukkot Celebration Sunday, October 8 Food Truck Rodeo 11:30am

Simchat Torah Friday, October 13 Yizkor service 10:00am Simchat Torah & Consecration 6:15pm

Followed by Shabbat evening service at 7:00pm

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Lynn and Bruce Byerly

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Sandy and Len Schuman

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Marianne and Dick Matties

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Elli Taylor

11

Lawrence Rothenberg

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Melvin Ufberg

4

Arlene and Harry Yedid

16

Diana and Carl Steinhouse

Judy and Don Weisberg

Jacqueline Sallade

13

Joel Grossman

Maxine Corbellini

6

Shirley and Bob Bassin

17

Ellen and Edward Wollman

28

Lin and Gary Dworkin

2

Patricia Newman

14

Naida Rodman

Marc Saperstein

8

Ellen and Steve Blum

18

Esther and Joshua Garfield

Susan and Jay Weiss

Leonard Teitelbaum

Bruce Graev

Steven Sacknoff

Randi and Billy Butterworth

Maureen and Dennis Schaab 30

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Edward Wollman

Michelle Levine-Troupp

22

Gail Sacknoff

Sharon and Gabriel Castro

Susann and Steve Yussen

Marvin Lader

Donald Leuchtag

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John Bowman

10

Judy and Chuck Picus

20

Jen and Mel Kaplan

Michael Rubner

15

William Kaye

24

Julian Greenland

11

Lori and Fred Brown

Pat and Scott Newman

Nancy Graev

Shelly Bell

Jonathan Gopman

Mimi and Buzz Cohn

Bernie and Helene Weiss

5

Joseph Kandel

Lauren Corrigan

Gary Kohler

12

Jonathan and Suzanne Gopman

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Stevie and Bob Schriber

Martin Millender

Lawrence Leventon

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Rochelle Baron

Toby and Wayne Press

Gail and Russell Smith

Allen Weiss

Howard Lanznar

Stephanie Heuer

Lyle and Gloria Rosenzweig

22

Ronald and Marjorie Sidman

Marlene Harris

Arline Kaplan

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Judith Kaplan

13

Sheila and Alvin Becker

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Jane and Lester Friedberg

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Irving Berzon

Ruth Faye

Melissa Hendler

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Mignon and Stanley Farb

25

Debra Antzis and Chad Atkins

Judith Ciorciari

16

Cecilia Cahan

Anna Salomon

Kal and Ruth Faye

Ronnie and Mel Poplock

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Carole Flegel

18

Susan Kimmelman

27

Michelle Rabinowitz

Barbara and Andrew Halmos

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Shellie Specter and Bob Davidson

Henny Porter

Philip Harris

28

Susan Pitts

Sandi and Burt Zucker

Susan and Jeffrey Feld

Paul Rubin

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Richard Berman

31

Emily Rose

15

Cipora and Michael Levine

Frances and Jud Knox

Les Appel

Andrew Karpman

Tami Schmidt

Ileana and Sender Rosen

26

Wallie and Gary Lenchner

10

Nancy Brother

Florence Hertzman

15

Carolyn and Tracey Roth

27

Melissa and Michael Hendler

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Steven Koren

Yale Freeman

Wendy Gurevitch

Jeff Goodchild

Caroline Beasley

Jerome Wainick

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Harvey & Cissy Dezen

Lisa and Richard Mair

Karyn and Rowan Samuel

With so many things to do, we suggest getting an early start on your want-to-do list. There’s a lot to do at The Carlisle Naples Senior Living Community — clubs, events, socializing, and more. So, go ahead and make your want-to-do list. But please don’t include a bunch of chores. We’ll take care of most of those for you. We invite you to see all that The Carlisle has to offer (including assisted living services if needed) at a complimentary lunch and tour. Please call now to schedule.

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August 2017

Liz Lawrence-Ross and Stewart Ross

Birthdays

August 2017

Anniversaries

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Be n e f i t i n g s c h o o l c h i l d r e n i n n e e d i n Co l l i e r Co u n t y

August 4th & 11th Donations of underwear and socks (new, sizes 2-12) are being collected in the Temple lobby. You can drop off your donations when you come to services or anytime between August 1st and August 14th.

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Mitzvah Baskets Fund: Bimah food baskets for Shabbat. A $100 donation purchases several hundred dollars of food for JFCS.

Endowment Corner

Suzanne Low, J.D., CFP®, Endowment Chair What will be your Jewish Legacy? Jewish tradition teaches that each of us is responsible for making the world a better place for future generations. You have done much during your lifetime to make our Temple, our congregation and our greater Jewish community what it is today. By leaving a legacy, a current endowment or planned gift, you ensure that the traditions and values that mean so much to you will continue when you are no longer here. Your gift will help Temple Shalom continue to be the leading center of Reform Jewish life in the Naples area—our little corner of Creation. If the values and traditions of your Jewish heritage make your life more meaningful— if the principles of inclusion, equality and continuity speak to your heart and your mind— if you believe Jews need a Jewish community, and the community needs a Jewish home— then a legacy gift to Temple Shalom is a tribute to who you are and what you stand for. The goal of our Endowment and Planned Giving Program is to provide long-range stability for our Temple while generating income to assist in meeting current needs and opportunities, including new programs and positions. Like most synagogues, annual commitments cover only about 70% of our expenses, and over the years, a series of short-term stopgap fundraising measures have been employed to make up the difference. Endowment funds offer an enduring source of revenue generation that will grow and enable us to thoughtfully and strategically manage our current and future needs.

With a completed endowment gift of $10,000 or more you will become a member of our Eternal Light Society.

Our program includes:

Dr. Philip & Shirley Gilbert Music Fund: Enhances music at Temple Shalom.

Showing We Care Contributions to Temple Shalom funds are wonderful ways to show your appreciation of family and friends, to celebrate happy occasions and to honor the memories of loved ones. We suggest a minimum donation of chai ($18.00). With a minimum donation of chai, a notice of your gift will be sent to the honoree and mention will be published in The Voice.

Operations

General Fund: Support Temple operations.

Named giving for significant completed gifts

Capital Reserve: Maintain and enhance buildings and grounds.

Recognition for current and past major giving, including Shalom 2000 and prior and cumulative gifts

Security Fund: Improve safety and security

Continuing and consistent communication with our Temple family about endowment and planned giving programs

Tree of Life: Each ‘Rock’ and ‘Star of David’ is a donation of $540.00; each ‘Leaf ’ is $240.00. The contribution must be received in its entirety before engraving is ordered.

In giving to sustain our present and secure our future, you honor those who came before us, enrich the community with whom you share the joys and challenges of your life today, and ensure a Jewish future for those who will follow—and like us, seek a diverse and egalitarian place of prayer, study and community in Southwest Florida. The Temple Shalom Endowment Fund offers customized giving, dedicated to helping every donor find the right opportunity for him or her, whether it’s a one-time gift or a pledge to be paid over several years, naming your own fund or making a gift dedicated to a specific cause. I would love the opportunity to talk about the endowment with any of you. Just give me a call at 239-450-8112!

Tribute Garden: Enhance garden, buildings and grounds. Dedication opportunities are available

Worship

Prayerbook Fund: Prayerbooks and Torah commentaries. Prayerbooks - $54, Torah commentary - $100 High Holy Days preayerbooks (set) - $108

Education

Adult Education Fund: Enhance adult education programs. Religious School Fund: Supplies and activitiess for Jewish learning in Religious and Hebrew Schools. Religious School Enrichment Fund: Augments the Religious and Hebrew School educational programming. Polster Religious School Scholarship Fund: Religious and Hebrew School scholarships for students in need. Ben Calmenson Fund: Sponsors children to attending Camp Coleman. Joseph S. Weinfeld Faculty Development Fund: Curriculum and teaching skill enrichment activities for Sunday and Hebrew School teachers. Youth Activities Fund: Financial support for our youth to attend Camp Coleman, to take part in regional/ national youth conventions, and summer in Israel experiences.

Memorial Fund: Donations in memory of loved ones

Preschool Fund: Supplies and activities for the Preschool.

William Freschel Kiddush Fund: Provide Kiddush Lunch each Saturday following worship services. A $150 donation sponsors Kiddush in honor of a special someone or occasion.

Preschool Enrichment Fund: Books, magazines and media for children and adolescents.

Flower Fund: Bimah flowers each Shabbat. A $100.00 donation sponsors flowers in memory or in honor of a special someone or occasion.

Arby Lipman Children's Library: For the purchase of children and adolescent books and magazine subscriptions, and supplies.

Endowment

Endowment Fund: To secure the future, enrich programs and provide for emergency needs of the congregation. The Paula Brody and Merrill Hassenfeld Endowment Fund: Support operating and capital expenses. Kraus Scholar In Residence Endowment Fund: To bring visiting scholars to the Temple as an educational benefit to the membership. The Low Family Endowment Fund: To secure the future of Temple Shalom and Reform Judaism in Southwest Florida. The Herbert & Ruth Abramson Fund: To supplement general operations and provide enrichment for Temple functions. The Janet & Howard Solot Endowment Fund: For general charitable uses and purposes.

Clergy/Leadership

Rabbi Miller’s Discretionary Fund: For tzedakah, charitable purposes,and general enhancement of the Rabbi's work. Cantor Azu's Discretionary Fund: For tzedakah, charitable purposes and general enhancement of the Cantor's work. Leadership Fund: Enhance and enrich leadership programs at Temple Shalom.

Library

Rabbi James & Jane Perman Library: Books, magazine subscriptions and supplies.

SocialAction

David and Lillian Thalenfeld Fund for Social Justice: Support Temple’s participation in social justice events and activities.

Oneg Shabbat:

Sponsors Onegs in celebration of an event or to honor someone. This fund is administered by Temple Shalom Sisterhood. Please contact Sandy Stone (239) 597-1553

Jack and Charlotte Ward Family Children's Music Shelf: Audio and video music for children.

You will become a member of our Legacy Society with your signed letter of intent to make a gift in the future. 18

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Contributions to Temple Shalom General Fund

In Memory Of: Judge Morton Riefberg by Georgette Baldwin, Lynn & Richard Prosten, Ferne Walpert Jason Schleien, Louise Kuller, Pearl Klein, Morris Kuller by Gracia Kuller Ethel Seaman by Phyllis & Michael Seaman David Targoff by Lori & Dr. Matt Targoff Kenneth Boyd, Jason Clark, Honey Berkle by Dr. Iris Bland Nathan Cutler by Barb & Dr. Len Cutler Selma Wohl by Arlene & Samuel Shlesinger David Grossman by Debby & Jeff Waranch Morris Oshry by Dr. Samuel Oshry Dr. Harold Abel by Iris Abel Sarah Bassin, Helen Shoohan by Shirley & Bob Bassin Jere Lynn Miller by Jo Ann Kravitz Mari Hudyma, Andrew Hudyma, Leo Morrison by Jean Morrison Harold Rosenzweig by Gloria & Lyle Rosenzweig Golda Levine by Barbara & Bob Levine Dorothy Feiman by Len & Donald Feiman Rose Magy by Lin & Ron Klein Roz Citrin by Fran & Rob Nossen Mary Kopolow, Ruth Tenenbaum by RosaLee & Will Rudman In Honor Of: Dr. Randi Barr on her birthday by Dr. Iris Bland Cindy & George Rubin by Laraine & Larry Deutsch Michael Levy on Father’s Day by Laurie Levy-Page In Appreciation: By Mary & Gary Kauffman

Flower Fund

In Memory Of: Hugh Stone by Sandy Stone Seymour Gutman by Rachel & Howard Gutman John Woog, Hugh Stone by Sandy Stone Sarah Indictor by Barbara Druckman

William Freschel Kiddush Fund

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In Memory Of: Goldie Caplan by Eileen & Dr. Bill Ertag Ruth Shapiro by Midge & Lloyd Rauch In Honor Of: Jesse Deering on becoming a Bar Mitzvah by Robyn Deering Samuel Sissman on becoming a Bar Mitzvah by Daryl & David Sissman

Food Basket Fund

Polster Religious School Scholarship Fund

In Memory Of: Dorothy Brownstone by Dr. Michael Rubner Gordon Lang by Freddi & Alan Peltz In Honor Of: Jesse Deering on becoming a Bar Mitzvah by Robyn Deering

As of June 26th

In Honor Of: Jesse Deering becoming a Bar Mitzvah by Robyn Deering Our wedding anniversary by Nancy & Jack Wiadro Samuel Sissman on becoming a Bar Mitzvah by Daryl & David Sissman

Rabbi Miller’s Discretionary Fund

In Memory Of: Irvin Goldstein by Caroline Beasley & David Goldstein Frances Abramson, Marjorie Cohen by Joyce & Harold Yamron Daniel Tash by Iris Abel Harry Pearson by Ellie Pearson Cantor Burton Goldblatt by Donna & Richard Goldblatt Paul Brizel by Barbara Meltz M. Richard Wyman by Debbie & Frank Wyman Harry Naide, Edward Naide by Annette & Dr. Leonard Girsh Dr. Irving Wolinsky by Sylvia Wolinsky Dorothy Gordon by Debra Laites & Ben Post Jean Sebulsky, Jean Sebulsky by Millie & James Sernovitz Dr. Jacob Blumenthal by Myra Shapiro Harriet Grandis by Nancy White Irving Faye by Ruth & Kal Faye Mildred Nazer by Dottie Magen Nat Yamron by Joyce & Harold Yamron Frances Barolsky, Edward Barolsky by Phyllis Barolsky Aaron Goldenblatt, Dora Bonder by Eleanor & Gerry Bonder Herman Simon by Carol & Dr. Gene Simon In Honor Of: Baby Jacob’s special day by Sally Rubinoff In Appreciation: By Ruth Dorfman In celebration of grandson Joel’s Bris by Celia Deifik

Leadership Fund

Cantor Azu’s Discretionary Fund

In Memory Of: Stanislas Rorzanski, Jadviga Rorzanski & Abood Levy Joseph Tobias by Gene Helfand Samuel Chosiad by Eloyse & David Fisher Irving Faye by Ruth & Kal Faye Ella Oshry by Dr. Samuel Oshry Rose Katz by Henny Porter Louis Weinberer by Sandy & Len Schuman Anita Schertzer by Debbe & Danny Schertzer In Appreciation: By June Shafer Of contributing to Sarah becoming a Bat Mitzvah by Jesse & Jeff Goebel

Scholar in Residence Endowment Fund In Memory Of: Helen Ciorciari by Judy & Phil Ciorciari Melanie Kushnir by Barbara & Dr. Ira Kushnir Irving Wolinsky by Sylvia Wolinsky

Endowment Fund

Prayerbook Fund

In Memory Of: Stella Rasimowicz by Cecilia Cahan Judge Morton Riefberg by Kathleen & Ken Kopec

In Memory Of: Honey Berkle by Judit & Richard Price Samuel Freeman by Susan & Yale Freeman Abraham Graev by Nancy & Bruce Graev Joseph Montague by Sheryl Breadman & Eli Montague Henry Goldstein by Judi & Dan Spintman Loved Ones by Eleanor & Walter Angoff In Honor Of: Suzanne Low’s service to Temple by Debbie & Barry Zvibleman In Appreciation: By June Shafer

Rabbi James & Jane Perman Library Fund

Low Family Endowment Fund

In Memory Of: Helen Warshauer, Meyer Warshauer by Louise & Bill Warshauer Grace Abramson by Gay & David Silberg Abraham Berman, Shirley Schwartz by Mardelle & Bennett Berman

Arby Lipman Children’s Library

In Memory of: Honey Berkle, Judge Morton Riefberg by Dr. Tussy & Neil Shnider In Honor of: Micki Hurvitz graduating from law school by Dr. Tussy & Neil Shnider

In Memory Of: Sylvia Richter by Veora & Dr. John Little Leo Levin by Florence Levin Joseph Reiss by Liz & Alan Jaffe Honey Berkle, Dr. Basil Roman, Judge Mort Riefberg, Barbara Flagel by Helene & Maj. Gen. Bernie Weiss Anna Rosenbach by Barbara & Dr. Loren Rosenbach In Honor Of: Rabbi Perman on his 50 years as a Rabbi by Helene & Maj. Gen. Bernie Weiss

Dr. Philip & Shirley Gilbert Music Fund

In Memory Of: Honey Berkle, Barbara Flagel, Dr. Georges Elbhar, Dr. Jacques Elbhar by Dr. Lydia Bond Beatrice Peilte, Adolf Rosenblatt by Cary & Dr. David Goodman

Shalom Preschool

In Memory Of: Judge Morton Riefberg by Mary Tahan Celie Chassin by Simone & Scott Lutgert Doris Nash by Simone & Dr. Michael Marks Henry Mayer by Lorie Mayer

Tribute Garden

Joseph S. Weinfeld Faculty Develoment Fund In Memory Of: William Cole, Owsey Freedman by Evelyn Cole Joseph Weinfeld, Herman Weiss by Helen Weinfeld

In Memory Of: Alfred Low by Suzanne Low

Pavers: Jerry Goldblatt Ashley & Anthony Solomon Barbara & Bob Levine Gay & David Silberg Donations: Merrylee & Dr. Joseph Kandel Frances Kline Malone & Mark Malone

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Do Not Forget Us We have been invited to join several other FL communities in helping Rabbi Dukhovny’s Jewish community in Ukraine. Many of our students here in Collier need to take advantage of the backpack program to have food for the weekend. Rabbi Dukhovny discovered that many of his young students had little or nothing to eat over the weekend as well. He hired a cook and arranged for the children to come to their school for a hot meal both Saturday and Sunday. Remember, think cold weather and little house heat. If we choose to help, our share would be $300 for a quarter of the year. For $100 a month, we can feed more than 50 children each weekend. Rather than just sending money for use as needed, we can fill a very important need. How could we say no? If you wish to participate, please send a check to Temple Shalom and mark in the memo DNFU. This would truly be a mitzvah. Thank you, Judi Palay and Paul Rosofsky Co-chairs

Dedicate a set of the High Holy Day Prayer Books!

With a donation of $108 you can dedicate a set of the High Holy Day prayer books in honor or in memory of a loved one or a special occasion. * Each set consists of two (2) books - one for Rosh Hashanah and one for Yom Kippur * Each dedicated set is a contribution of $108 * The same dedication will be placed in each set of two (2) books Please use the form below to place your order. Payment can be made by check to Temple Shalom or by credit card. Mail to: Temple Shalom 4630 Pine Ridge Rd. Naples, FL 34119 Questions? Call the Temple office - 239-455-3030

PLEASE PRINT CLEARLY Each set is $108 Please use a separate sheet of paper for additional set dedications

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August 2017

Yahrzeits

Marvin Goldstein

Lee Silverman

Dr. George Seaman

Gustina Freiberg

William Goldstein

Michael Sherman

Stephen Richmond

Stephen Lenner

John Deksnys

Barbara Spiegel

Sarah Green

Barbara Schwartz

Irving Kurlander

David Marcus

Lorraine Glassman

Lawrence Meltz

Bess Kohan

Ruth Alpern

David Cooper

Jerry Miller

Anna Goodman

Elizabeth Levin

Beverly Feingold

Marion Weil

Paul Ganzman

Eva Birkenfeld

Otto Laube

Ruth Schuman

Philip Press

Elliot Zaleznik

Harry Solomon

Ida Friedman

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Michael Glaser

Gerald Sugarman

Ruth Gurowitz

Victor Bayer

Irving Wainick

Louis Teitelbaum

Leizer Pianko

Albert Cowan

Samuel Volo

Nathan Kruger

Adi Gildor

Nathan Starman

Leslie Brodie

Lillian Glass

Vera Cooper

Jerome Cantor

Ann Treiser

Lil Ebersole

Jonah Pollack

Herbert Friedman

Sara Cowan

Anita Sarna

Harry Abramson

Sarah Wang

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Sara Bassewitz

Lillian Wyner

Philip Bernstein Jr.

Ida Schroeder

Lena Morris

Ida Zahm

Robert Flato

I. Boskowitz

Samuel Dezen

Wilford Dopkin

Arthur (Al) Sobel

Bennie Magy

Belle Zelbow

Cecile Nossen

Jack Freeman

Sylvia Schwartzman

Dorothy Rubinwitch

Maris Bootzin

Matthew Brams

Azriel McLaren

Benjamin Halperin

J. Milton Sklaroff

Philip Wang

Sidney Salpeter

Jack Derzavis

Max Akabas

Cheryl Strober

Lily Grossman

Stefanie Roth

Lewis Stein

Israel Plax

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Mollie Broadman

Miriam Rubenstein

Harold Kravin

Gloria Averbach

Augusta Dessoff

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Rebecca Chalfin

Luba Piasecki

Lena Moeckler

Szymon Piasecki

Irving Feingold

Frances Cutler

Recently Deceased as of July 20, 2017 Lloyd Rauch Husband of Midge Rauch Edward Cohen Husband of Barbara Cohen and father-in-law of Michael Feldman Arlene Klein Wife of Ron Klein Gloria Montague Mother of Lisa Willits, grandmother of Cameron, Connor & Chandler Margie Horowitz Cousin of Maxine & Harvey Brenner Roz Citrin Wife of David Citrin Aaron Hendler Son of Melissa & Michael Hendler

Beginning July 1st and as of July 18th

Please detach this sheet and keep it with the Membership Directory that you received in January.

(510) 289-1861 David’s cell: (510) 289-1861

(413) 441-3262

Charles Ciner

David Holden 743 Bentwater Circle Apt 203 Naples, FL 34108 David’s email: davehoco@gmail.com

Claire Adler 111 Moorings Park Drive Apt 229 Naples, FL 34105 Claire’s email: claireadl@msn.com

Mildred Druckman

(503) 298-3509

Helen Johnson Helen’s email: hmjohnson342@hotmail.com

Betty Linz

Lori and Fred Brown

Helene Naimon and Leonard Kane

Walter Zuckerwise

Ann and Phil Brown

(239) 261-2190

Ned Brody

Samuel’s cell: (860) 930-7106 Barbara’s cell: (860) 306-4827

Barbara and George Kaplan 12839 Carrington Circle #101 Naples, FL 34105 George’s email: kaplang1@comcast.net Barbara’s email: bobkap1@comcast.net

Rose Krivit

Barbara and Sam Chester 9475 Lagomar Court Naples, FL 34114 Samuel’s email: schester6@samchester.com Barbara’s email: bchesterdesigns@me.com

I.C. Fasciana

(239) 898-8498 Ronald’s cell: (239) 776-4100

Laura Subin and Howard Creskoff Howard’s email: hcresk1@aol.com Laura’s email: laurasubin@aol.com

Benjamin Altman

Arline and Ron Kaplan 944 Glen Lake Circle Naples, FL 34119 Ronald’s email: ronkaplan@earthlink.net Arline’s email: arshapiro3@gmail.com

(239) 566-2925

Josephine Fuchs

Richard Endlar 5863 Whisperwood Court Naples, FL 34110 Richard’s email: RichardFlorida@comcast.net

Dale’s cell: (216) 789-3519 Lisa’s cell: (216) 952-9527

Felicia Gayle

Lloyd Heimowitz

Lisa and Dale Katz 7880 Classics Court, Unit 101 Estero, FL 33928 Dale’s email: dale_katz@yahoo.com Lisa’s email: lfkatz@yahoo.com

Bernard Goodman

(239) 774-7155 Ralph’s cell: (937) 478-1480 Sylvia’s cell: (937) 478-4780

(239) 300-0206 Gregory’s cell: (203) 247-3888 Susan’s cell: (203) 984-5302

Ruth Topolosky

Sylvia and Ralph Heyman 9146 Cherry Oaks Lane, Bilding 3 Unit 202 Naples, FL 34114 Ralph’s email: ralph.heyman@dinsmore.com Sylvia’s email: ssheyman@aol.com

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Susan and Greg Kimmelman 7877 Hawthorne Dr. #103 Naples, FL 34113 Gregory’s email: gt@globaltelemedia.com Susan’s email: susangkimmelman@gmail.com

Louis Foster Simons

Gary’s cell: (612) 964-7447 Deborah’s cell: (612) 695-3882

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Deborah and Gary Kohler 265 Indies Way #1102 Naples, FL 34110 Gary’s email: garykohler@yahoo.com Deborah’s email: djkohler@yahoo.com

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(239) 331-8002 Chalres’s cell: (203) 470-8732 Ellen’s cell: (203) 470-8734

Ellen and Charlie Salup 9079 Graphite Circle Naples, FL 34120 Chalres’s email: chaz617@hotmail.com Ellen’s email: ellens124@hotmail.com Jared Schprechman Jared’s email: jschpre@gmail.com

(239) 598-1166

Fred’s cell: (856) 296-5203 Margo’s cell: (856) 359-6434

(203) 979-8099 Robert’s cell: (203) 979-8099 Muriel’s cell: (230) 554-8129

Marilyn and Bob Ross 28292 Altessa Way Bonita Springs, FL 34135 Robert’s & Marilyn’s email: mbmer@aol.com

Margo and Fred Rosenfeld 3108 Strada Bella Court Naples, FL 34119 Fred’s email: fredrose1948@yahoo.com Margo’s email: margoprosenfeld@hotmail.com

Micki and Bob Ravitz 2350 Traditions Court Naples, FL 34105 Robert’s email: bobravitz26@gmail.com Muriel’s email: capntigs@aol.com

Reesa and Larry Yarkin 601 Courtside Drive Naples, FL 34105 Lawrence’s email: layark@aol.com Reesa’s email: reesabeth@aol.com

Zdenka Tichy and Eric Wasser 275 Indies Way Unit 1706 Naples, FL 34110 Eric’s email: wasserbills@att.net Zdenka’s email: homesbyzt@gmail.com

Sarah and Don Temple 6585 Nicholas Blvd. PH-3 Naples, FL 34108 Donald’s email: chiples54@yahoo.com

Susan and Brian Solomon Brian’s email: drbriansolomon@gmail.com Susan’s email: susansolomon01@gmail.com

Susie and Rick Sokolik 712 Pitch Apple Lane Naples, FL 34108 Richard’s email: Sokolikr@aol.com

Elaine Soffer 3899 Valentia Naples, FL 34119 Elaine’s email: esoffer0921@comcast.net

Glenn Perrin 2439 Butterfly Palm Drive Naples, FL 34119 Glenn’s email: glennperrin1@gmail.com Glenn’s cell: (781) 249-8701

Susan and Arthur Sissman

Linda and Marc Simon

Phyllis’s cell: (914) 475-7782

Goldye Meyer

Jackie and Phil Sherman

(239) 390-0135

Phyllis and Ralph Luts 28636 Wahoo Drive Bonita Springs, FL 34135

Allie and Erez Shalom 15156 Palmer Lake Circle Unit 103 Naples, FL 34109 Erez’s email: rzshlm@gmail.com Allison’s email: allie.shalom13@gmail.com

(239) 793-1585

Beverly and Steven Koren 3316 Runway Lane Naples, FL 34114 Steven’s email: steven.koren@yahoo.com Beverly’s email: beverlykoren@yahoo.com

(239) 261-8891 Lawrence’s cell: (508) 380-0838 Reesa’s cell: (508) 735-7765

Eric’s cell: (908) 803-6156 Zdenka’s cell: (908) 313-4609

(239) 566-1705

(314) 369-0120 Richard’s cell: (314) 369-0120

(239) 431-7905 Elaine’s cell: (215) 820-6697

(410) 274-8960 Erez’s cell: (443) 326-8427 Allison’s cell: (410) 274-8960

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Monday

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First day of Preschool

August 2017

1 Tuesday

Tisha b’Av Temple offices closed

6 7 8

13 14 15 Committee 7pm

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Executive

Board meeting 7pm

Wednesday 2 3

Thursday Shabbat service 7:30pm

Marketing Committee 11:30am

HHD choir rehearsal 7 pm

HHD choir rehearsal 7pm

4 Friday

Shabbat service 7:30pm

Shabbat service 7pm

Shabbat service 7:30pm

5 Saturday Torah Talk 8:30am

Shabbat service 10am

Shabbat service 10am

Shabbat service 10am Bar Mitzvah of Nathan Samuel

Shabbat service 10am

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