June/July 2017 Volume XXXVII Sivan/Tammuz/Av 5777 Number 9
Two dates this summer for Shabbat on the beach! See page 10 for more details
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 email@example.com Donna Azu, Cantor firstname.lastname@example.org James H. Perman, D.D., Rabbi Emeritus email@example.com Eli Montague, FTA Executive Director firstname.lastname@example.org Dr. Anna Salomon, RJE Director of Congregational Education email@example.com
Cantor Donna Azu.....................................................page 4 Debbie Zvibleman, President....................................page 5 Sisterhood....................................................................page 6 Men’s Club...................................................................page 7 Dr. Anna Salomon, Director of Congregational Education....................page 8 Seyla Cohen, Preschool Director.............................page 9 Endowment Corner...................................................page 3 Temple Shalom Funds...............................................page 19 Contributions.............................................................page 20 Monthly Celebrations Birthdays........................................................page 16 Anniversaries.................................................page 23 Yahrzeits.........................................................page 24 Temple Shalom Calendar..........................................page 27
Seyla Cohen Preschool Director firstname.lastname@example.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 email@example.com
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By Susan Freeman “To honor my parents, support my Temple, and use my talents to invest in the future of Judaism in our little corner of Creation.” Four years ago, Suzanne Low said “yes” when asked to re-invent and head up the Endowment Committee, and two years into the project felt personally inspired to create a named fund—the Temple Shalom Low Family Endowment Fund—with a $10,000 contribution in memory of her parents, Rose and Alfred Low. Suzanne’s quote in the headline expresses her heartfelt reasons for stepping up and giving so generously of her time, energy and money. “Becoming part of the Temple Shalom family was truly my homecoming to Judaism,” Suzanne elaborated. During her adult life, she had not belonged to a congregation until relocating to the Naples area in 1997 and joining Temple Shalom. Reconnecting with her heritage and tradition has been fulfilling to her personally and also a tribute to her parents who fled from Vienna to Paris in 1938 to escape the Nazis, then to the USA a year later with help from Jewish relief agencies, the American Friends Service and New York cousins. Rose and Fred established successful professional and personal lives in the United States, raising two daughters and knowing the joy of sharing their later years with two grandsons.
Several years before this current endowment effort, on the occasion of Rabbi James Perman’s retirement, Suzanne had pledged a planned gift with a provision in her will leaving a percentage of her estate to the Temple Shalom Endowment Fund. As she points out to Temple members who are considering making a planned gift, this enables one to access those funds during her lifetime if needed for herself or her family.
Joe May & Suzanne Low Her professional skills were quickly noted by former Temple President Connie Mansfield, who invited her to serve on the Board of Trustees and be part of an earlier version of the Endowment Committee in 1998, and she has since served on the Temple Board for a total of five terms on three separate occasions.
Suzanne’s parents, Rose & Alfred Low Having been an estate planning and business attorney in New Jersey, and then as a Certified Financial Planner™ professional since moving to Southwest Florida, Suzanne knows firsthand how important saving and investing for the future are to the lives of individuals and organizations. “I have constantly counseled clients on the need to put aside some of one’s income on a regular basis. For the Temple, just as for a family, we can and must learn to spend less now than we take in, in order to ensure that the Temple will be here for us, our children and future generations.”
Parents Rose & Alfred with Suzanne & her sister, Ruth
Through the years, Suzanne served on the Strategic Planning Committee that determined it was important for Temple Shalom to revitalize its endowment and planned giving efforts to provide long-term stability for our Temple. In 2013, Suzanne brought together a team of committed volunteers with various areas of expertise, arranged for cost-effective administration and management through the Community Foundation of Collier County, and has made major strides in endowment fundraising. “My greatest pride - and hope - is that endowment and planned giving remain a powerful and recognized means of regular donation to Temple Shalom.” Temple Shalom will be grateful to Suzanne “For Now and Forever” for her generosity and for being the GPS that is guiding the Temple Shalom Endowment on the road to success. 3
Donna Azu As we move into the summer months and reflect back on this past year, I’d like to thank our senior staff, Rabbi Miller, Seyla Cohen, Dr. Anna Salomon and Eli Montague for working together as a team in collaboration for a wonderful year. I’d also like thank our incredibly hard working staff who are often behind the scenes making everything come together seamlessly. Thank you Randi, Maxine, Jeanette, Alicia, Victor and Rick. We appreciate all that you do for us! It was an exciting beginning of the year kicked off by the High Holy Days. Our Adult choir, directed by Peter Lewis sang beautifully and continued to inspire us with their music at Shabbat services throughout the year. We also created a new service, Soulful Shabbat. Occurring 4 times this year, it is a lively, completely sung service accompanied by a 4 piece band. The service was very well received and will continue next year as well. As part of our Temple fundraising efforts, with my fantastic committee chairs, Nancy and Jack Wiadro, I organized a concert entitled “From Bimah to Broadway, Encore!” I was joined by four talented Cantors from around the United
States for this evening of music. This was the second time a Cantor’s concert was held at Temple Shalom and the evening was a huge success. We had 350 attendees and raised almost $85,000. I look forward to presenting many more concerts in the future! This year we had 9 students in our B’nei Mitzvah program. Our tutors Perry Switzen, Dr. Michael Rubner, Howard Moeckler, and Hari Jacobsen are continuing to teach and contribute their time to the success of our students. Next year we have 21 students who will become Bar or Bat Mitzvah. It’s a pleasure working with our children in the Religious School in different aspects including 9th and 10th grade Confirmation, our 6th and 7th graders preparing for them for Bar and Bat Mitzvah in our blessings and prayers class as well as school wide programs. Highlights included our Wizard of Oz themed Purim Spiel and our Children’s Chocolate Seder. In the greater Collier County community, it was a pleasure to be involved in the Kristallnacht Service, Interfaith Thanksgiving service, Federation candle lighting at the Mercato, Community Day of Learning, celebration of Israel, community Yom HaShoah service, as well as PFLAG. As we end the year, I thank all of our volunteers, as well as our Board of Trustees who give so much of their time to the temple. Your hard work and dedication helps to ensure the future of Temple Shalom. I look forward to another wonderful year with my Temple community!
Temple Shalom Board of Trustees 2017-2018
Debbie Zvibleman It is hard to write an article in May for June and July, so I will fill you in on what has happened up to this time. In midApril, I attended the Scheidt Seminar for Presidents in Atlanta, Georgia. It was great to meet 79 Presidents/President-elects from all over the country. We shared ideas and best practices. For me, the best part was meeting the URJ faculty and knowing that I could call them once I returned to Temple Shalom. The URJ has a wealth of information and they are there to assist us. On April 30th we had our annual meeting and shared our budget for 2017/2018 as well as our slate. We brought on 2 new members to the Board, Ed Kaufman and Michael Silberg. Michael Feldman, after an absence, has come back to the Board. Suzanne Low is going off the Board, but she will still be in charge of Endowment. On May 5th we celebrated the Board Shabbat where we thanked Board members who were going off the Board and welcomed our new Board members. If you see a Board member, thank them for volunteering their time and energy to Temple Shalom.
President Debbie Zvibleman First Vice President Debra Antzis Second Vice President Daryl Sissman Third Vice President Neil Heuer Financial Secretary Neil Shnider Treasurer Harriet Lickhalter Recording Secretary Beth Wolff Immediate Past President Neil Shnider Menâ€™s Club President Ed Cohen Sisterhood President Carole Flegel Historical Society Helen Weinfeld Trustees
Tracey Albert Shelly Berkle Michael Diamond Michael Feldman Bruce Graev
Merrill Hassenfeld Ed Kaufman Jeremy Schaab David Silberg Perry Switzen
While we have not received all of our pledges back, we have received a majority and I am happy to say that many members have embraced it and gave from their heart, understanding the need to sustain the temple and create community. If you have not returned your pledge card please do so. If you cannot find your pledge card, call the office and let them know what you will be pledging. The reason we are doing this so early this year before July is so we can get an idea of where we stand financially. In the past you were billed and paid according to the bill. With a pledge system, you determine what you can pay and we need to know this going forward. Again, I want to thank everyone who has turned in their pledge. We want to be a welcoming community and this is one step towards that goal.
Temple Shalom office closures
While many of our snowbirds have left and families take vacation, we still have events and services for you to attend. I would like to thank Cantor Azu for coordinating the summer worship schedule while Rabbi Miller is gone on Sabbatical. Perry Switzen, Sheldon Starman and Rabbi Perman are assisting her.
Tuesday, August 1st Tisha bâ€™Av
All Temple Shalom offices will be closed on the following dates: Monday & Tuesday, July 3rd & 4th Independence Day
If you are gone for the summer, enjoy your time away and we will welcome you when you come back. 5
Sisterhood Installation Luncheon Sisterhood President
Carole Flegel It is my honor and pleasure to introduce the Temple Shalom Sisterhood Board for 2017-2018: Carole Flegel, President Karen Cohn, Executive Vice President Fran Nossen, Treasurer Debbe Schertzer, Fundraising V.P. Barbara Druckman, Programming V.P. Lynn Prosten, Membership V.P. Susan Pittelman, Secretary Judy Ciorciari, Electronic Communications Secretary Sandy Stone, Oneg Chair Nancy Brother, Alicia Browner & Tracey Albert, Directors Debra Antzis, Immediate Past President Helen Weinfeld, Book Bag Chair Arlene Yedid, Publicity Chair Judi Spintman, Jean Nacht & Karen Cohn, Judaica Shop Mazel tov, Fran Nossen, the 2016-2017 Sisterhood Woman of Valor, and Arlene Yedid, Sisterhoodâ€™s Volunteer of the Year for 2016-2017! The Judaica Shop will be open over the summer by appointment. Our Oneg Committee will keep our Shabbats sweet all year round! We look forward to seeing you at all our upcoming Sisterhood events, beginning with a tour and luncheon at The Holocaust Museum on September 11th. We have a full year planned of exciting programming, Book Bags, fundraising events and more! Join us! Please feel free to contact me with suggestions or questions at 239-248-4487 or Templeshalomsisterhood@ gmail.com. Best wishes for a wonderful summer!
Temple Shalom Sisterhood Temple Shalom Sisterhood Judaica Shop
We are closed for the summer except by appointment. For an appointment please contact: Judi Spintman - 348-8713 Jean Nacht - 591-3404 Karen Cohn - 591-1494 We re-open Tuesday, September 5th Temple Shalom 4630 Pine Ridge Rd., Naples, FL 34119 239-455-3030
Temple Shalom Men’s Club
Annual Family Baseball Night! Saturday, June 10th at 6PM Fun for the WHOLE family...... Kids, Parents, Grandparents
Fort Myers Miracles vs Tampa Yankees Box seats are ONLY $8.50/ticket!! RSVP (soon!) 1. Contact Phil Freeman by email (email@example.com) or phone (239-653-9728) 2. Indicate number of tickets needed 3. Make checks payable to Temple Shalom Men’s Club and mail to: Temple Shalom Men’s Club 4630 Pine Ridge Road Naples, FL 34119
See you at..... Hammond Stadium Lee County Sports Complex 14400 Six Mile Cypress Parkway Fort Myers 7
Survivor Marcel Fachler with Nathan Samuel, Jacob Samuel and Max Goldberg
DIRECTOR of CONGREGATIONAL EDUCATION
Dr.AnnaSalomon, RJE As part of their experience, students participated in our community Yom HaShoah Commemoration on Sunday, April 30th.
Survivor Eva Sands with Amelia Byerly, David Dorn, Caroline Rubin and Charles Rubin
Survivor Rob Nossen with Noah Balsam and Jaxson Karen
Survivor Lorie Mayer with Reid Schwartz, Aidan Solomon and Sam Sissman
Survivor Heinz Wartski with Loren Freedman, Hailey Hinchliffe and Rett Kelley
B’NAI MITZVAH CORNER Re g i s t r at i o n fo r t h e 2017-2018 Religious School year i s o p e n N OW !
Jesse Deering June 3, 2017 Jesse is a student at the North Fort Myers Academy for the Arts where he plays tuba in the school’s concert band. He is the son of Robyn Deering and brother of Luke Deering. Jesse has performed a variety of mitzvot in preparation for his becoming a bar mitzvah including studying the life of Jonathan Netanyahu, volunteering to help organizations and elderly neighbors, and making a donation to the Naples Humane Society where he adopted his beloved “Mr. Biggs.”
Seyla Cohen Mazel Tov to our TSP Graduates! Forty-two beautiful, smart, creative, fun-loving Pre-K students graduated from Temple Shalom Preschool. It was so bittersweet. On one hand we were sad to see them leave our school, some have been here for nearly 4 years; on the other hand, we were excited for them to be moving on to Kindergarten, fully prepared to take on this next phase of their lives. We would like to thank the Temple Shalom Board Members and congregants that attended our Annual Art Show and Silent Auction. It was a huge success for the Preschool as well as our Scholarship Program, which will assist families with financial need to send their children to our incredible school. On June 5, our fabulous summer fun officially begins at both Camp Shalom and Camp Einstein. Camp Shalom is a fun-filled 7 week summer camp program for children ages two through five and Camp Einstein is an outstanding academic camp for children five through eight years old. Both programs have been developed with children’s needs and
interests in mind, offering a welcoming place for little ones to come and enjoy the hot Naples summer. There’s something to peak everyone’s interest. Returning campers look forward to exciting experiences and new campers were surprised by the treat in store for them. Each camp offers a seven week program with a new theme each week. Once again, thanks to the Jewish Federation of Collier County, we will have a visit from the Israeli Scouts. Last year the campers were so excited to interact, sing and dance with these talented boys and girls. It will be a real treat for Camp Shalom and Camp Einstein to see the Scouts in action! And while we are thanking the Jewish Federation of Collier County, we would like to once again express our gratitude to them for providing scholarship funds to be used specifically for Camp Shalom and Camp Einstein. Along with an amazing summer camp, preparations for the 2017-2018 school year are being made. We are proud to say that we are growing by leaps and bounds. We are opening a fourth Pre-K class this year. The demand for our outstanding preschool is sensational! We have waiting lists on some of our classes already! From our preschool family to yours, we wish you a wonderful summer!
(For guys only)
Let’s meet up for a cup o’ joe, breakfast and get to know one another. At 9AM on Mondays, June 12, July 10 and August 14, I’ve reserved a room at the Perkins located at 3585 Pine Ridge Road. 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.
Torah Talk A lay lead discussion
8:15 - 8:30AM - bagels, coffee, juice 8:30 - 9:45AM - discussion
Torah portion Nasso Numbers 4:21-7:89
Torah portion Chukat Numbers 19:1-22:1
August 5th Torah portion Va’etchanan Deuteronomy 3:23-7:11 10
NEWSWORTHY We have several new great-grandchildren and a grandchild to welcome! Mazel tov to...... Jacob and Sheila Lieb on the birth of their grandson, Greyson Ross Lieb. Greyson weighed 8 lbs. 2oz. The proud parents are Arthur and Jennifer Lieb. Beverly and Howard Moeckler on the birth of their greatgranddaughter, Natalya Kanter. Natalya came into this world at 4 lbs. 9oz. and she brings a ton of joy to proud parents Elena and Ilye.
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
Beth and Gabi Feldman and Sandy Stone on the birth of their grandson and great-grandson, Ethan Thomas Stowe. Ethanâ€™s weight at birth was 8lbs. 12oz. The proud parents are Jessica and Matt Stowe. Susan and Alvin Wichard on the birth of their grandson, Maxwell Robert Wichard. Maxwell weighed 6 lbs. 9oz. The proud parents are Sara and Ross Wichard. Simone and Scott Lutgert on the birth of their granddaughter, Serafina Simone Maniscalco. Serafina weighed 8lbs. 8oz. The proud parents are Lana and Sebastian Maniscalco.
If you know of a member of our Temple family that should appear in our Newswothy section, please email the information to Jeanette Fischer at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 239-455-3030.
Dedication opportunities for the Tribute Garden Preparing the Ground The summer of 2015 witnessed the completion of the Temple Shalom Tribute Garden Phase I. With the help of generous donations, we removed the three oaks treesâ€”which were becoming a nuisance and an eyesoreâ€”and beautified the space with a new patio garden. As you may remember, we started the project with the final goal of transforming the area into a Tribute Garden for the whole community to enjoy. The Temple Shalom board of trustees is pleased to announce the plans for the final phase.
Designing a Space for Community Our new Building & Grounds Committee began planning the Tribute Gardenâ€™s final phase earlier this year. We decided to create a space where one can pay tribute to the past through reflection and meditation, as well as celebrate the future with a space that can accommodate multiple uses. As you can see from the new plans, Phase II is designed with the features needed to create a practical and peaceful place for our community. We will expand the paver patio to provide space for larger events, and use new landscaping features to shield the garden from the parking lot. The plan also leaves the area north of the garden open for future plantings, and for landscape lighting. 12
Dedicating the Tribute Garden Together We want to make the Temple Shalom Tribute Garden a space everyone can share. In the final design, the Building & Grounds Committee included three separate opportunities for members to help support the garden through a formal dedication: garden benches— four are initially proposed, existing and newly planted trees, and an area of the patio for engraved pavers. •
$5,000 donation to dedicate a bench in the Temple Shalom Tribute Garden
$2,500 donation to dedicate an existing or newly planted tree in the Temple Shalom Tribute Garden
$750 donation for one 12”X12” personalized paver
$500 donation for an 8”x8” personalized engraved paver - 6 lines, up to 20 characters per line
$250 donation for an 4”x8” personalized engraved paver - 3 lines, up to 20 characters per line Pavers to be placed in a special area of the Tribute Garden Each donor will receive a commemorative plaque of their dedication
Each phase of our Tribute Garden would be impossible without your generous support. We hope you will take this opportunity to help make Temple Shalom beautiful and inviting for all of our members.
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Please make your selection below. ___ $5,000 donation to dedicate a bench in the Tribute Garden. * ___ $2,500 donation to dedicate an existing or newly planted tree in the Tribute Garden. * ___ $750 donation for one 12”x12” personalized paver. * ___ $500 donation for one 8” x 8” personalized paver 6 lines, up to 20 characters/spaces per line ___ $250 donation for one 4”x 8” personalized paver 3 lines, up to 20 characters/spaces per line * We will conatct you for dedication wording. ______________________________________________ Please provide your wording for your paver in the spaces below. Please print clearly. If you’ve ordered more than one paver, use a separate sheet of paper and attach it to this form.
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I/We Care Missy Balsam Sandy & Ira Broadman Alicia Browner Carol Clarke Linda Denning Bennet Goldstein Diana & Ken Goldstein Gene Helfand William Kaye Lillian & Alan Menkin Jean & Len Nacht Pat & Marshall Sutker Rosalie & Perry Switzen Jan & Shelly Whitman
Builder Doris & Alan Adlestein Missy Balsam Dr. Randi Barr Shirley & Bob Bassin Sheila & Alvin Becker Jane Berger Bonnie Bodin Dr. Lydia Bond Eleanor & Gerry Bonder Dr. Lynn & Bruce Byerly Katharine & Harvey Cohen Lois & Larry Cohen Mimi & Dr. Burt Cohn Marcy Cotton Sandy & Sid Diamond Carole & Jason Flegel Dorismae Friedman Suzanne & Jonathan Gopman Lenore Greenstein Linda Hamburger Carole & Dr. Alan Kaplan Judith & Jack Kaufman MaryBeth & Barry Levitz Rochelle & Jacob Lieb Suzanne Low Nancy Brown & Bill Maltby Lillian & Allen Menkin Beryl & Elliot Miller Beverly & Howard Moeckler Sheryl Breadman & Eli Montague Barbara & Dr. Loren Rosenbach Gloria & Lyle Rosenzweig Dr. Paul Rosofsky Michelle Sodini-Rubin & Paul Rubin Karen & Rowan Samuel Sandra & Leonard Schuman Myra Shapiro Irene Smith Sheryl & Lee Spielman Michelle Troupp Gail & Mel Ufberg Ruth Halperin & David Weil Susan & Alvin Wichard
Above & Beyond Levels of Giving Torah Circle - $18,000; Rabbiâ€™s Circle - $10,000; Supporter - $5,000; Sponsor - $2,000; Pillar - $1,000; Friend - $500; Builder - $250; I/We Care - A gift above & beyond regular annual commitment
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Be a part of the planning of one event, two events or help with all of the events. Maybe you’d just like to share an idea. That’s good too!
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Sunday, December 3, 2017
Please contact Alicia Browner, our Membership Engagement Coordinator, and share your ideas with her or tell her how you would be like to be involved. 239-455-3030 or email@example.com
Temple Shalom & The Jewish National Fund invite you to a LUNCH AND LEARN Thursday, June 22 at 11:30AM at Temple Shalom featuring
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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 monthly in The Voice.
General Fund: Donations used for operating expenses. 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. Capital Reserve: Maintain and enhance buildings and grounds.
Memorial Fund: Donations made in honor of a loved one who has passed. William Freschel Kiddush Fund: All donations help provide Kiddush Lunch each Saturday following worship services. A $150 donation is considered to be a sponsorship to honor a special someone or occasion. Flower Fund: Provides Bimah flowers each Shabbat. A $100.00 donation is considered to be a sponsorship in memory or in honor of a special someone or occasion.
Prayerbook Fund: Purchase of prayerbooks and Torah commentaries. To dedicate: Prayerbooks - $54, Torah commentary - $100 High Holy Day prayerbooks - $108 - each set
The Paula Brody and Merrill Hassenfeld Endowment Fund: Supporting operating and capital expenses.
Religious School Fund: Donations purchase supplies and support activities for Jewish learning in both Sunday and Hebrew Schools.
Endowment Fund: Donations help to secure the future, enrich the programs and provide for emergency needs of the congregation.
Religious School Enrichment Fund: Donations augment the Religious School budget to enrich the education of our children.
Scholar In Residence Endowment Fund: Supports the endowment established by Shirley and Henry Kraus. This fund enables Temple Shalom to bring visiting scholars to the Temple as an educational benefit to the membership.
Polster Religious School Scholarship Fund: To supplement Sunday and Hebrew School scholarships for students in need.
The Low Family Endowment Fund: To secure the future of Temple Shalom and Reform Judaism in Southwest Florida.
Ben Calmenson Fund: Donations will be used to create sponsorships to send children to attend Camp Coleman.
The Herbert & Ruth Abramson Fund: To supplement the general operating fund and to provide enrichment for Temple functions.
Rabbi Abraham Shusterman Children's Center Memorial Fund: To support our Religious School and Preschool.
The Janet & Howard Solot Endowment Fund: For general charitable uses and purposes.
Joseph S. Weinfeld Faculty Development Fund: Donations support both curriculum and teaching skill enrichment activities for Sunday and Hebrew School teachers.
Rabbi Miller’s Discretionary Fund: For tzedakah, charitable purposes,and general enhancement of the Rabbi's work.
Youth Activities Fund: Donations provide financial support for children of our congregation to attend Camp Coleman, to take part in regional/national youth conventions, and to experience a summer in Israel.
Cantor Azu's Discretionary Fund: For tzedakah, charitable purposes and general enhancement of the Cantor's work. Leadership Fund: Donations are used for the enhancement and enrichment of leadership programs at Temple Shalom.
Preschool Fund: Donations purchase supplies and support activities for the Preschool.
Rabbi James & Jane Perman Library: Books, magazine subscriptions and supplies are purchased.
Preschool Enrichment Fund: The enhancement of curriculum, educational programs and experiences.
Mitzvah Baskets Fund: A $100.00 donation will purchase several hundred dollars of food for JFCS.
Arby Lipman Children's Library: For the purchase of children and adolescent books and magazine subscriptions, and supplies.
Dr. Philip & Shirley Gilbert Music Fund: Donations are used for the enhancement of music at Temple Shalom.
Jack and Charlotte Ward Family Children's Music Shelf: Audio and video music for children.
David and Lillian Thalenfeld Fund for Social Justice: Provides support for Temple participation in social justice events and activities.
Contact Sandy Stone for sponsorship in celebration of an event or to honor someone. This fund is administered by Temple Shalom Sisterhood. Sandy can be reached at (239) 597-1553
Contributions to Temple Shalom General Fund
In Memory Of: Zelda Weiss by Lois Lane-Weiss & Norman Weiss Dr. Basil Roman by Dr. & Mrs. William Cuthbertson Thomas Jacobs by Alice Jacobs Abraham Kopolow by RosaLee & Will Rudman Barbara Flagel, Honey Berkle by Judi & Dan Spintman Barbara Flagel by Shirley & Bob Bassin, Matty Hasson, Susan & Dr. Nat Ritter, RosaLee & Will Rudman, Jane Block, Janet & Howard Solot, Beverly & John Brennen, Stan Lipp, Judy White Honey Berkle by Frances and Mark Malone, RosaLee & Will Rudman, Hynda Halpren Zelda Jaffa, Lew Jaffa, Marvin Kline by Frances and Mark Malone Ruth Levin, Miriam Spintman by Judi & Dan Spintman Moe Lussan by Sue & Chuck Center Judge Morton Riefberg by Carol & Larry Kurlander, Arlene & Burt Blustein, Ellie Cantor, Beverley Esau, Mary Ann Paterno, Stan Lipp, Hedy & Ron Pearlman, Zdenka Tichy & Eric Wasser, Donna Wasser, Carol & Bert Mitchell, Bobbie & Dr. Bernie Lublin Ethel Kaplan by Sue & Jan Guben Myrtle Symons by Gale Lazarus Myer Colodny by Nancy & Ed Colodny Robin Hadas Claridge by Barbara & Dr. Len Cutler Evy Lipp by Stan Lipp Camille Sklaroff by Neil Sklaroff Truly Nolen by Anne & Dr. Mark Rubin In Honor Of: Judge Morton Riefberg on his 90th birthday by Lynn & Richard Prosten Zoe Waltzer becoming a Bat Mitzvah by Sherry Packer Temple Shalom for all the love and support given to us by Barbara & Dr. Len Cutler Brooke & Dylan Flegel and the Confirmation Class of 5777 by Shelly & Alan Zelbow In Appreciation: By The Yiddish Club By Dina Thoma & Alois Zanoni By Gail & Steven Machov Of Bobbie & Dr. Gene Katz for a wonderful Passover Seder by Stanley Nelson and Terracina Grand By Barbara & Dr. Andrew Halmos
Religious School Enrichment Fund In Memory Of: Dorothy Nacht by Jean & Lenny Nacht Judge Morton Riefberg by Roz & Al Katz In Appreciation: Of Daryl Sissman for all you do by Melanie & Dr. Stephen Schwartz
Religious School Fund
In Memory Of: Judge Morton Riefberg by Helene Fuchs, Albert & Roslyn Katz In Appreciation: By Bunny & Edward Bayer
Polster Religious School Scholarship Fund
In Memory Of: Albert Yohay, Linda Banks, Benjamin Nerenberg by Linda Denning Raymond Rosenblum by Rachel & Howard Gutman Dr. Basil Roman, Barbara Flagel, Honey Berkle, Judge Mort Riefberg by Sandy Stone Barbara Flagel by Linda Denning
William Freschel Kiddush Fund
In Memory Of: Harry Peltz by Freddi & Alan Peltz Barbara Flagel, Honey Berkle by Dr. Michael Rubner
In Memory Of: Helene Fischer by Jeanette & Glenn Fischer
Food Basket Fund
In Memory Of: John Walker by Victoria Cooper & Alan Einhorn In Appreciation: By Joan & Richard Toder
Rabbi Miller’s Discretionary Fund
In Memory Of: Norman Nathan by David & Roz Citrin Aaron Weiss by Lois-Lane Weiss & Norman Weiss Martin Cohen by Ruth & Kal Faye Sylvia Ruth Goodwich by Judith & Dr. Kenneth Goodwich Ida Heindish by Marcia Decker
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Benjamin Karpman by Di & Andy Karpman Anna Stone, Morris Packer by Blanche & Robert Stone Myna Schwartz by Gail & Dr. Mel Ufberg Jack Bonder by Eleanor & Gerry Bonder Barbara Flagel by Barbara & Richard Rubin, Jerry Flagel, Carole Greene, Eileen & Dr. Bill Ertag Irving Goldberg by Linda & Jerry Wainick Esther Berman by Susan & Jay Weiss Dorothea Zamiela, John Cornacchia by Beck Cornacchia Truly Nolen by Carol Greene
As of May 17, 2017 Judge Morton Riefberg by Dottie Magen, Susan & Dr. Nat Ritter, Barbara Druckman, Corky & Dr. Alan Kaplan Gerda Sweet by Sheldon Sweet Edna Krusch, Joseph Krusch by Sherry & Stephen Pino In Honor Of: Judge Morton Riefberg on his 90th birthday by Mae & Judge Morton Riefberg Jordyn Zucker becoming a Bar Mitzvah by Sandy & Burt Zucker In Appreciation: By Dr. Iris Bland By William Kaye By Lee Kaye By Dorothy & Alfred Meyers Of family Passover Seder by Corky & Dr. Alan Kaplan By Ruth Dorfman By Mae Riefberg
Cantor Azu’s Discretionary Fund
In Memory Of: Martin Cohen by Ruth & Kal Faye Sylvia Ruth Goodwich by Judith & Dr. Kenneth Goodwich Helen Brody by Karen & Stan Deutsch Lawrence Greene by Carole Greene Philip Bellow by Bunny Levere Maria Szcesekowska by Nina & Moises Levy Abraham Weiss by Susan & Jay Weiss Barbara Flagel by Jerry Flagel, Olga & Jacob Yampolsky Cynthia Kaye by Bill Kaye Judge Morton Riefberg by Doris & Alan Adlestein Dr. Basil Roman by Carole Greene Jeannette Green by Jeanette & Glenn Fischer Harriet Pullman by Florence Levin Dawn Hirsch by Carol & Martin Hirsch In Honor Of: Cissy Dezen on her birthday by Henny Porter
Cantor Azu’s Discretionary Fund continued In Appreciation: By Ruth Dorfman By Barbara Druckman By Dorothy & Alfred Meyers By Becky Cornacchia Of Cantor Azu by Jean Morrison
In Memory Of: Rose Cahan by Cecilia Cahan Richard Harris by Corky & Dr. Alan Kaplan Irving Schmidt by Frances & Jud Knox Honey Berkle, Max & Bertha Applebaum, Morris & Sophie Berkle by Shelly Berkle
Honey Berkle by Karen & Dr. Martin Cohn, Florence Hertzman In Honor Of: Zoe Waltzer becoming a Bar Mitzvah, Rabbi Perman on his 50 years as a Rabbi by Corky & Dr. Alan Kaplan In Appreciation: Of Perry Switzen’s help to Sarah Goebel by Jessie & Jeff Goebel
Arby Lipman Children’s Library
In Memory Of: Leonard Berliss by Cary & Dr. David Goodman In Appreciation: By Susan & Jay Weiss
Rabbi James & Jane Perman Library Fund
In Memory Of: Judge Morton Riefberg by Freyda & Jeffrey Albin, Mardelle & Bennett Berman Max Katz by Barb & Dr. Len Cutler Florence Rosenbach, Ronald Rosenbach by Barbara & Dr. Loren Rosenbach Truly Nolen by Janet & Howard Solot, Vin De Pasquale & The Dock at Crayton Cove, Great Western Bank Honey Berkle, Morris Friedman, Judge Morton Riefberg by Sandy & Sid Diamond In Honor Of: Judge Morton Riefberg on his 90th birthday, Rabbi James Perman on his 50 years as a Rabbi by Freyda & Jeffrey Albin Rabbi James Perman on his 50 years as a Rabbi by Dr. Iris Bland, Eileen & Dr. Bill Ertag, Laurie & Fredric Phillips, Sandy & Burt Zucker, Sandy & Sid Diamond Herbert Hasson by Matty Hasson In Appreciation: Of Jane & Rabbi James Perman by Becky Cornacchia
Dr. Philip & Shirley Gilbert Music Fund In Honor Of:
Judge Morton Riefberg on his 90th birthday by Mardelle & Bennett Berman, Marilyn & Stuart Buxbaum
Joseph S. Weinfeld Faculty Develoment Fund With prayers for a speedy recovery to Lynn Prosten by Helen Weinfeld
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Scholar in Residence Endowment Fund
Preschool Enrichment Fund
In Appreciation: Judi Palay by Paul Rosofsky
In Memory Of: Sylvia Osipe by Barbara & Dr. Ira Kushnir Ann Gurman by Sylvia Wolinsky In Appreciation: By Shirley & Henry Kraus
In Memory Of: Honey Berkle by Victoria Cooper & Alan Einhorn, Sander Flaum, Ida & Jeff Margolis, Sue & Ken Reiver, Harriet & Merlin Lickhalter, Debbie & Barry Zvibleman, Joanne Waxman, Beth & Dr. Brian Wolff, Fran & Rob Nossen, Bobbie & Dr. Gene Katz, Becky Cornacchia, Barbara Druckman, Anthony Piccinich, Anne & Dr. Mark Rubin, Evie & Ralph Ruebner Dora C. Kanter, Dudley Weiss by Eleanor & Walter Angoff Rose Pianko by Sheila & Alvin Becker Barbara Flagel by Debbie & Barry Zvibleman, Bobbie & Dr. Gene Katz, Becky Cornacchia Rae Katz, Irving Katz by Bobbie & Dr. Gene Katz Judge Morton Riefberg by Fran & Rob Nossen, Shelly Berkle, Bobbie & Dr, Gene Katz Truly Nolen by Site One Landscaping Supply Judge Morton Riefberg, Truly Nolen, Barbara Flagel, Honey Berkle by Jane & Rabbi Jim Perman In Honor Of: Cissy Dezen on her 85th birthday, Debbe Schertzer on her 60th birthday by Bobbie & Dr. Gene Katz Nancy Brown on her special birthday by Harriet & Merlin Lickhalter In Appreciation: Of Daryl & David Sissman by Edith Weisbrot-Agatstein
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Bench: Aileen & Michael Pierce Pavers: Zdenka Tichy & Eric Wasser Susan & Dr. Nat Ritter Debbie Laites & Ben Post Gil Rashbaum Jessie & Jeffrey Goebel Beth & Dr. Brian Wolff Beverly & Howard Moeckler Merrill Hassenfeld & Dr. Paula Brody
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