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MARCH 2017

VOICE

Volume XXXVII Adar/Nisan 5777 Number 6

THE OF TEMPLE SHALOM

Lots of Purim FUN! Sunday, March 12th See pages 8 & 9

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


A Jubilee Celebration for Rabbi Perman The Friday Shabbat service and oneg at Temple Shalom on March 17th will be a celebration of James Perman’s 50 years as a rabbi. Fifty years as a rabbi, that is a long time! It begs a question: How do you pay tribute to someone who has played such a vital role in the lives of so many people at Temple Shalom and the Jewish community in Southwest Florida? Trying to add up all the life cycle events so important to those who are touched might be a start; the education of our children so essential to our future; the countless number of Shabbat services and sermons; the many hours sitting with the sick and those in need; the raising of support for so many important Jewish causes; providing a moral compass for the Greater Naples community; and many more. Where does one start? Where does one end? Rabbi Perman assumed the pulpit at Temple Shalom in 1993 after leading congregations in the Air Force and Mount Vernon, New York. With a new spiritual leader in our midst, there was a natural feeling of uncertainty in the congregation. But, it did not take long for us to appreciate our good fortune. The Perman era has been wonderful for Temple Shalom. The congregation thrived, growing from 325 to 750 families when he “retired” in 2006 – for the first time! He returned to the pulpit two years later to guide us through a challenging period, “retiring again” in 2010 upon the arrival of Rabbi Adam Miller. It is said that the main role of a rabbi is to teach. Over the years Rabbi Perman has proven to be a master educator through his sermons, seminars, Sunday School for Adults, and as an Adjunct Professor at FGCU. He has a remarkable gift for bringing together diverse concepts to explain complex issues and present them in a way that is easily understood, interesting and thought provoking. One of his proudest accomplishments during his tenure was the mentoring of two assistants, Rabbi Daniel Sherman and Rabbi Baht Weiss. And, it was with joy that he welcomed Rabbi Adam Miller and transitioned with grace into his role as Emeritus Rabbi. Please join us on March 17th at 7:30PM to honor Rabbi Perman.

Those words resonated with the students, as they recognized the importance of standing up for justice, even if the injustice that is occurring does not impact you directly.

Jubilee Celebration honoring

Rabbi Perman’s 50 years as a rabbi March 17th at 7:30PM Special service and oneg

RABBI

Adam Miller Power of Speech and Words Time and again our history emphasizes the power of words. From Abraham pleading with God on behalf of the people of Sodom and Gomorrah to Moses speaking to Pharaoh to Esther pleading with King Ahasuerus in the story of Purim. Last month I travelled to Washington, D.C. with 7 of our teens to participate in the L’taken Seminar at the Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism. Bryce Albert, Josh Braverman, Brooke Flegel, Brooke Jaffe, Adam Mitrani, Harrison Ornstein and Samantha Roth participated this year. Joining with 250 teens from across the country, our weekend included a visit to the United States Holocaust Museum, Havdalah at the Jefferson Memorial, as well as lobbying on Capitol Hill. Throughout the trip, the recurring theme centered around the power of our words and speech. At the Holocaust Museum, the students shared that their most memorable moment occurred near the end of the exhibit, when they saw the familiar words of Pastor Niemoller: First they came for the Socialists, and I did not speak out— Because I was not a Socialist…

Later that night, as we sat on the steps of the Jefferson Memorial, we experienced the importance of having freedom of speech and religion. Jefferson and the founding fathers of our country made it possible for us to freely express our religious identity. As a result, we were able to mark the end of Shabbat with the ritual of Havdalah, on the steps of a national monument. The students recognized that they were able to do something that would not have been possible for the many generations of Jews who lived in places where Jews were not treated as full and equal citizens. On our last day we visited Congress to lobby with our representatives in the Senate and House. Temple Shalom students chose to talk about the topics of disability rights, Israel and campaign finance reform. They learned firsthand that their voices and words can have an impact. At Senator Rubio’s office, a senior staffer asked for a copy of their speech, as he was not familiar with the disability rights issue and wanted to learn more. Ambassador Rooney met with the students on the House side, and talked directly with them about his shared passion for campaign finance reform. In this month when we celebrate the power of Esther’s words, let us embrace the lessons learned by the students, and make an effort to use our own words for blessing. To speak out for justice, to share our ideas, and to be grateful that we live in a land where we are indeed free. B’shalom, Rabbi Adam Miller

Then they came for the Jews, and I did not speak out— Because I was not a Jew. Then they came for me—and there was no one left to speak for me.

10th grade RAC trip to Washington, DC From left to right: Rabbi Miller, Brooke Jaffe, Samantha Roth, Harrison Ornstein, Bryce Albert, Brooke Flegel, Adam Mitrani and Josh Braverman 2


CANTOR

Donna Azu With a little help from my friends, From Bimah to Broadway presented at Temple Shalom on Sunday March 5th at 7:30pm promises to be a joyous concert featuring a unique blend of musical styles including liturgical, classical and popular songs from around the world. That evening you will be treated to gorgeous and sometimes humorous renditions from Broadway to Israeli songs, from secular to religious music, presented by the some of the best Cantorial voices around the country! In addition to myself, performers include Cantors Carrie Barry and Daniel Mutlu who were with us for the last Bimah to Broadway concert. William Tiep, Mary Rebecca Thomas and one more recent special addition, Barbara Ostfeld will be joining us for the first time. From Bimah to Broadway is just a few weeks away and my excitement keeps building the closer we get! At this point, most of the details have been set in place and the program is almost finalized. The music you’ll be hearing that night will move and thrill you. Ticket sales have been outstanding and we hope to sell out. If you plan to attend but haven’t bought your ticket yet, I would encourage you to do so ASAP. Not only will you be enjoying an evening of great music and talent, but you’ll also be helping Temple Shalom in raising funds to support Temple programs. This concert is not to be missed!

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I wouldn’t have been able to put this concert together without the incredible talent and dedication of my committee and Temple staff. I want to take this opportunity to thank a few people who have worked tirelessly to make this concert a success. I appreciate all the input, skill and talent each individual has brought to the committee. First and foremost, thank you to my concert chairs, Nancy and Jack Wiadro. Your organization, enthusiasm and foresight has helped to make the evening possible. Though she is often behind the scenes, I’d like to thank Jeanette Fischer, Temple Shalom’s communication specialist who designed the beautiful invitations and fliers you received in the mail. We’re so lucky to have her talent! This evening will be a success not just because of the Cantors who’ll be joining me, but because of the people working so hard around me. I appreciate you all! I hope to see you at Temple Shalom on Sunday March 5th at 7:30pm for an incredible night! B’Shalom, Cantor Donna M. Azu

Soulful Shabbat Sing. Pray. Celebrate! Friday, March 31st 7:30PM A service conducted in song & accompanied by a professional four piece band. Join us!

PRESIDENT

Debbie Zvibleman We have seen a lot of change in the last few months. Thanks to the marketing committee headed by our Trustee and Chair Bruce Graev, we have a beautiful new logo which reflects how we have come together as “One Family” with many connections. You will also see a new look to the VOICE. This has been a process; changing the paper, color and look to go with our new logo. For the past three years, Temple Shalom has successfully been engaged in a member-centered initiative called One Family. This initiative, which focuses on the values of building relationships, engagement, and inclusion, strives to create personal relationships to help each member feel an integral part of our temple community. Through embracing the tenets that Dr. Ron Wolfson put forth in his groundbreaking book, Relational Judaism: Using the Power of Relationships to Transform the Jewish Community, our One Family program has already had a tremendous impact on our temple community. It has been very rewarding to see so many of our members feeling welcomed, valued, and connected. At the end of January you received a letter regarding another change, our new pledge system which will take effect on July 1. We have looked at several congregations who have gone to a relationship based pledge structure from a monetary dues structure and they have been very successful growing their membership and creating stronger partnerships. In order to make membership in our congregation more comfortable and more accessible to the Jewish community, we are going to be changing our monetary structure regarding membership. As stated, each household will determine its own annual financial commitment. While a sustaining amount will be suggested based on our budget, every pledge, regardless of the amount, will be honored and valued. L’Shalom redefines the meaning of money in the member-synagogue relationship, transforming our members from being “consumers” to being our partners

in community building. We are asking our members to make a pledge that is “a gift of the heart,” thereby removing what we feel have been barriers to membership and participation. This new model of funding embodies our Jewish values of equality, inclusion, respect, trust, and honor. You may read more about the L’Shalom program on our website, naplestemple.org, or call the Temple office at (239) 455-3030 and speak with our Executive Director, Eli Montague if you have any questions. You will be receiving a pledge card, as well as the Q & A, later this month in the mail. Our goal is to be very transparent and communicate this new program through our meetings, emails and letters, so that by July 1st everyone will be on board. While change can be difficult, we feel that the changes we are making are healthy for our vibrant congregation. Rest assured that your leadership and staff will be monitoring this program closely. I hope to see many of you at our upcoming temple events coming up this month.

NEWSWORTHY Mazel tov to Jeffrey Haut, son of Tina and Larry Haut on joining Vernon Litigation Group. Jeffrey will focus his practice on financial litigation including cyberscecurity and privacy law matters.

One Family is including mitzvot in our daily lives, making a difference, repairing the world. For more information, see the Temple Shalom website www.naplestemple.org Click on Our Family, then One Family

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B’NAI MITZVAH CORNER

A spectacular musical event!

Zoe Waltzer March 18, 2017

March 5, 2017 7:30PM Temple Shalom

Born in Naples, Zoe has been coming to Temple Shalom since starting Mommy and Me classes. She is the adored sister of Suzie and Rachel. Zoe attends The Community School of Naples where she is in the 7th grade and excels in math and also plays volleyball, soccer and lacross for the school teams.

Torah Talk A lay lead discussion

April 1st

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

Torah portion Vayikra Leviticus 1:1-5:26 Facilitator: Dr. Randi Barr Hospitality: Herb Newman

All are welcome! We meet in the conference room Shabbat service at 10AM

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Tickets starting at $60 To purchase tickets call 239-455-3030 or visit the Temple Shalom website www.naplestemple.org

“FROM BIMAH TO BROADWAY:

ENCORE!”

Sunday, March 5th is Almost Here! Hurry and get your tickets! Temple Shalom’s own Cantor Donna Azu and her five talented colleagues, Cantors Carrie Berry, Daniel Mutlu, Barbara Ostfeld, Mary Rebecca Thomas, and William Tiep, will present “From Bimah to Broadway: Encore!” on Sunday, March 5 at Temple Shalom. It will be a memorable evening of cantorial pieces, Israeli folksongs, Broadway show tunes, and operatic arias. We filled over 400 seats two years ago and expect a sell-out on March 5th. The Patron’s Dinner includes gluten-free wild mushroom soup, a choice of delicious entrees, salads, veggies and chocolate truffles “to go.” The Dessert Reception boasts Prosecco or non-alcoholic bubbly, sweet and savory offerings ranging from baked raspberry brie encroute, fresh fruit, hummus, and guacamole, to no fewer than six desserts plus a chocolate fountain. The concert will be Temple Shalom’s major fundraiser for 2017. The public is warmly invited. Doors open at 6:15; curtain up at 7:30. Theater or cocktail attire appreciated. This time folks can order tickets via Temple Shalom’s website www.naplestemple.org or mail their check to Temple Shalom, 4630 Pine Ridge Rd., Naples, FL 34119,” said Nancy Wiadro, Concert Chair. For details: 239-455-3030.

Understudy- $18 (one ticket, advance purchase for students with ID) Cast- $60 (advance purchase), $75 (at the door) Conductor - $125 (post-concert dessert reception and select seating area) Director- $600 (program listing, 2 tickets preferred seating, intimate preconcert dinner party at 5:30 pm and dessert reception. Producer -$1000 (2 reserved seats plus all of the above) Impresario – (2 priority seats plus all of the above and a chance at three nights in a Manhattan apartment) Executive Producer –$5000 (all of the above plus reserved seating at dessert, a DVD of the concert, and a chance at seven nights in a Manhattan apartment) Angel- $10,000 (all of the above plus 4 front row seats, and 2 chances at seven nights in a Manhattan apartment)

We greatly acknowledge the following sponsors: As of February 17, 2017

Angels:

Vickie & Truly Nolen Heidi Brem-Kargman & Jim Kargman

Executive Producers:

Paula Brody & Merrill Hassenfeld Estelle & Stuart Price Anne & Mark Rubin Arlene & Don Shapiro Janet & Howard Solot

Impressarios:

Stephanie & Neil Heuer Michal Wiesler

Producers:

Carol & Michael Clarke Barbara & Len Cutler Karen & Stan Deutsch Carole Greene Frances & Rob Nossen Sam Oshry & Carol Clark Aileen & Michael Pierce Phyllis & Michael Seaman Susan & Jay Weiss Nancy & Jack Wiadro

Directors:

Sheila & Howard Agranat Judith & Edward Anchel Mardelle & Bennett Berman Nancy & Ted Brother Eileen & Bill Ertag Susan & Yale Freeman Myra & Mort Friedman Jeri Hall & Ted Goldberg Jane Schiff & Lon Gratz Bobbie & Gene Katz Lin & Ron Klein Carol & Lawrence Kurlander Frances Kline & Mark Malone Sheryl Breadman & Eli Montague Judith & Ben Peltz Jane & Rabbi James Perman Mae & Mort Riefberg Susan & Nathaniel Ritter Joyce Levy & Kenneth Sidman Carol & Eugene Simon Sarah & Stu Warshauer Helene & Bernie Weiss Debbie & Barry Zvibleman

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DIRECTOR of CONGREGATIONAL EDUCATION

Dr.AnnaSalomon, RJE Generations Together Memory is critical to Jewish continuity. From Abraham, Moses and the exodus from Egypt to revelation of Torah and our sacred texts, memory is the foundation of the Jewish community. We are constantly reminded to remember – our history, our ancestors, loved ones no longer with us. We dedicate our holidays and festivals, prayers, and cultural experiences to remembering. The Ba’al Shem Tov’s words grace the exit of Yad Vashem in Jerusalem – “Forgetfulness leads to exile while remembrance is the secret of redemption.” It is fitting, then, that the Holocaust is something we demand our community, and the world, remember. The lives lost, communities changed or lost to us forever, the lives saved, all deserve to be part of our collective memory and words.

Family Shabbat Experience

A different kind of Shabbat just for families

March 24th 5:30-7PM

Each Family Shabbat Experience includes an activity, Shabbat table blessings, dinner, sanctuary experience, and delicious desserts to finish the evening! Questions & RSVP: ReligiousSchool@naplestemple.org Participation is free and open to all! 7

Our community-wide Yom HaShoah commemoration, held this year at Temple Shalom, is Sunday, April 23rd at 10 AM. This year, the commemoration will include a new element – the partnership of our young students with a survivor. During the months of February and March, 6th grade Religious School students from Temple Shalom and 6th-12th graders from the community will be grouped together with six survivors. The students will conduct interviews and get to know the story of our survivors. Afterwards, students will complete a video project and essay that will become part of the commemoration program and service. Bringing these generations together will help build relationships, creating a new link in the legacy of our survivors and giving our students the opportunity to create a new and diverse perspective of the events that have forever shaped our world. We would like to recognize and give special thanks to the survivors – Eva Sands, Marcel Fachler, Rob Nossen, Heinz Wartski, and Lorie Mayer. Thank you also to the students and their families; the teachers – Rabbi Donna Levy and Chad Atkins; and our Yom HaShoah committee – Renee Bialek, Ida Margolis, Amy Snyder, and Dr. Anna Salomon.

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SUNDAY COME CELEBRATE

March 12

11 AM-12:30 PM

$15 per child in advance*/ $20 at the door Includes LUNCH & UNLIMITED GAMES Adult lunches $5 each Snow cones & other snacks available for purchase at carnival

*advance sales are due by Sunday, March 5th 8


PRESCHOOL DIRECTOR

Seyla Cohen February started off with a fabulous concert by the one and only Ellen Allard. She engaged the entire audience with both Jewish songs and Shabbat – and the grand finale was our very own Pre-K children up on stage singing with Ellen. Children from TSP, their siblings and children from the community were singing and dancing in the aisles. This concert would not have been possible without the generous programming grant we received from JFCC, as well as generous contributions from Temple Shalom Sisterhood and Cantor Donna Azu’s Discretionary fund. Todah Rabah! Registrations are now open to the public for the 20172018 school year. Due to overwhelming interest in our outstanding school, we are nearing our current capacity and will be opening more classrooms next year. Temple Shalom Preschool has been distinguished for many years as a top preschool in Naples. Its programs for children

ages birth - 5 are top-quality, dedicated to preparing a firm foundation for students entering kindergarten and successive school years. Beginning with its “Baby and Me” and “Mommy, Me, and More” programs, children begin their formative years in a safe, wholesome, academically challenging environment, conducive to promoting self-esteem, confidence, and individuality. Its dedicated and well-trained staff provides a caring and loving atmosphere in which each child flourishes and grows to meet his or her full potential. Enrichment in STEM, Science, Art, Technology, Storytelling, Puppetry, Drama, Gardening/Nutrition, Music, Fitness, and Foreign Language is offered.

Preschool Ellen Allard Concert February 3, 2017

It is that time of the year, Teacher Appreciation Week, when we come together to celebrate all the wonderful teachers that may have touched us in some special way. I am thankful for the amazing staff who works in our preschool. Our staff is highly qualified, but more importantly they come every day with endless energy and enthusiasm for the important job that they do. Without question, Temple Shalom has the most outstanding, educated and dedicated staff of any preschool in Collier County. It is through their efforts that we are able to offer so many excellent programs and the TSP Experience to the children. Hooray to our teachers! For a tour or information about TSP you can call the preschool office at 239 455 3227 or email preschool@ naplestemple.org

z a rd o i h s u a W h n S f e T h Ease on down to Temple Shalom on March 12th at 10AM

You can while away an hour with a megillah reading and our popular Purim shpiel!

Specially thanks to the Jewish Federation of Collier County, the Temple Shalom Sisterhood and Cantor Donna Azu for their generous support of this concert.

If you are interested in joining the Purim shpiel cast, please contact Cantor Azu 239-455-3030 or dazu@naplestemple.org 9

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Why we produced Hate Spaces By Avi Goldwasser, Director & Producer of Hate Spaces We’ve been observing the increased hostility toward Jewish students on college campuses for over a decade.In 2004 we produced a film calledColumbia Unbecoming,the intimidation by Arab professors of Jewish students at Columbia University. we interviewed the students for the film, we were struck by how sad it was to see students who grew up with the idealistic expectations of equality, and inclusion,harsh and ugly reality that those who support Israel are not always included or treated with equality.

diversity and social justice.In our universities, anti-Jewish hostility is being made fashionable and cool.That is very dangerous; I am not sure we knowto fight fashion and cool. As you know, the Jewish community has always depended on facts, reason, and dialogue to counter discrimination and hatred., truth and logic are a poor match for fashion and cool. While many of the anti-Jewish incidents and the hateful BDS campaigns are now being reported by the media, few in the media are willing to connect the dots and expose the underlying ideology and extremist organizations that are inciting the hostility.

Perhaps whatit worse for them was that university officials and Jewish professors mostly ignored their complaints. Back then we hoped that the documentarybe a wake-up callthe Jewish community and the people of New York.,receiving significant media attention, the power structure in the universities prevailed and the hostility continued.

These were the factors that compelled us to produce this documentary. We wanted to provide a more comprehensive understanding of the problem as a first step to effectively dealing with this hostility.hope that this film will provide such an understanding,that good and decent people will be mobilizedaddress thisscandal that has marginalized Jews like no other minority on campus.

Today, the situationon college campuses is much, and much more pervasive.people do not realize how antiJewish hostility is being institutionalized in the name of

Ultimately, all we ask is that Jewish students be treated fairly and that they are provided the same protections afforded other minority students on college campuses.

Shabbat on the Beach & Passover pot luck dinner April 14th

NO SER VIC ES AT TEM PLE On April 1 4th

Dinner at 6PM â—† Service at 7PM Lowdermilk Beach Park All dishes must be

Kosher for Passover

Please, no pork or shellfish & no mixing of meat and dairy in the same dish. Temple Shalom will supply the delicious roast chicken

RSVP to 239-455-3030 11

If your name begins with: A-I please bring an appetizer J-S please bring a side dish T-Z please bring a salad Each dish should serve 8-10 people

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Si s te r h o o d The Nominating Comittee of the Temple Shalom Sisterhood proposes the following slate for term of office April 2017-April 2019: President - Carole Flegel Secretary - Susan Pittelman Treasurer - Frances Nossen Electronic Communications Secretary - Judy Ciorciari Director - Nancy Brother The election will take place on Tuesday, March 14, 2017 at 11:30AM in the social hall. Nominations may be made from the floor after first obtaining the approval of the nominee. The members of the Nominating Committee are: Carole Flegel, Chair Tracey Albert Bobbie Katz Lynn Prosten Daryl Sissman Susan Pittelman, Alternate

Sisterhood Luncheon

April 20th at 1:30PM

“Saving Sophie” by Ronald H. Belson Facilitator: Marti Gross A Jewish accountant misdirects $88 million while trying to save his 6 year old daughter who has been kidnapped by his late wife’s Palestinian father, a suspected terrorist.

Author! Author! Tuesday, March 14th 11:30AM Sisterhood presents

B.A. Shapiro

Cost Members - $26 Guests - $28 Sponsors - $50

NY Times best selling author of The Art Forger and The Muralist as well as seven other novels. Make checks payable and mail to Karen Cohn 805 Bentwood Drive Naples, FL 34119

Save the Date Sisterhood Shabbat Service

March 24th 7:30PM

March 1st at 7:30PM Guest speaker Professor Itzhak Brook, MD In the Sands of Sinai A Physician’s Account of the Yom Kippur War

Itzhak Brook, M.D., M.Sc., is a Professor of Pediatrics at Georgetown University School of Medicine in Washington DC. and a speaker for the Israeli Embassy in Washington DC on the Yom Kippur War. He served in the Israeli army as a medic in the Six Day War in 1967 and as a battalion physician during the Yom Kippur war in 1973. He also served in the medical corps of the US Navy for 27 years.

This event is FREE and open to all. For more information or to RSVP, please contact The Temple Shalom Education office 239-455-2233 or AdultEd@naplestemple.org

Dr. Brook’s presentation will include a description of the historical background of the Yom Kippur War and its effects on the Israeli society, as well as his own personal experiences and challenges as a battalion physician in the Sinai. Dr. Brook will also discuss the physical and psychological traumas the Israeli soldiers had to cope with, the effect of religion on them, the cost of war in human life and suffering, and the daily struggle for survival in the difficult war which threatened Israel’s existence.

Questions? Call Karen at 239-591-1494 13

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NEW MEMBERS Neil Sklaroff Ellen & Steve Blum

28511 Calabria Court #102 Naples, FL 34110 Ellen: Phone - 508-277-0333 Email - el_blum@yahoo.com Steve: Phone - 781-389-6334 Email - sab_blum@yahoo.com These empty nesters have two children, Hannah, a junior majoring in business at the University of Wisconsin and David, a freshman at Vanderbilt majoring in chemical engineering. Ellen, originally from Newton, MA, and Steve, from Framingham, MA, met in graduate school then raised their kids in Sharon, MA. Following a job with Hertz to SWFL, Steve enjoys running and golf.  Ellen works helping families find overnight camps and teen programs for Tips on Trips and Camps.  Together they love to travel and seeing live music.

Heidi & Jim Kargman

2605 Estrella Drive #102 Naples, FL 34109 Heidi: Phone - 773-567-7620 Jim: Phone - 312-532-3182 Email - jkargman@nationalsystems.com

We’ ’ ’ r e not just members.... we’ ’ re FAMILY! ! !

Temple Shalom cares about YOU! ! ! If you need temporary assitance with meals because of an illness, recent hospital stay or loss of a loved one, we can prepare a meal for you.

Meals of Love

Be one of the first to volunteer to cook a meal for a member of our Temple Shalom family who is ill or bereaved.

Contact Nancy Brown 239-597-3922 or Harriet Lickhalter 239-514-1802

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Heidi and Jim Kargman are new residents from Chicago, Illinois. These two theater lovers are eager to become an active part of the Temple Shalom family. This couple is happily leaving their attorney son, David, to tend to the family business while they discover all that the beautiful Naples lifestyle has to offer. One Family is the experience of belonging and engaging with others, sharing in the life of Temple Shalom. For more information, see the Temple Shalom website www.naplestemple.org Click on Our Family, then One Family

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Have you seen the new prayer books? They’re here! We now have new Mishkan T’filah prayer books for Friday evening and Saturday morning services. The text is exactly the same as the books we’ve been using. The same faithful, elegant, contemporary, gender-inclusive English and full Hebrew transliterations have been included. These books are thinner, lighter and more convenient to hold in one hand. A bookplate can be added to a Mishkan T’filah prayer book in honor or in memory of family and friends. Thank you for your support! Perry Switzen, Worship Committee Chair

Each dedication is only $54 per prayer book ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------PLEASE PRINT CLEARLY Dedication to read as follows: (Please us back of form for additional dedications as necessary)

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Tribute Garden Phase II Transformation The summer of 2015 witnessed the completion of the Temple Shalom Tribute Garden Phase I. With the help of generous donations from the Temple Men’s Club and Temple Sisterhood as the well as the Braverman, Jaffe, Heuer and Sissman families, we removed the three oak trees—which were becoming a nuisance and an eyesore— 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 has now approved the plans for the final phase. Designing a Space for Community Our new Building & Grounds Committee began planning the Tribute Garden’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 landscape lighting. Dedication The Tribute Garden will offer multiple opportunities to Temple members to honor loved ones. Available for dedication will be benches, trees and individual pavers in two sizes. Donations range from $250 for pavers to $5000 for benches. Monies raised will cover the cost of the additional planned improvements as well future maintenance and upkeep. We hope everyone is pleased with the transformation of this area into a beautiful space for current and future generations to enjoy.

Purim Traditions Purim is coming up soon (March 11th is Purim – check out our Temple celebrations on March 12th!) and with it, we have the opportunity to observe the four mitzvot (commandments) for the holiday. The first is to hear the Megillah read, next is to have a festive holiday meal, third is giving mishloach manot (more on that in a second), and the final one is matanot l’evyonim (gifts to the poor that enable them to celebrate Purim with their own special meal).

Please look for information on the Tribute Garden via email in the coming days. Feel free to contact the Temple office for additional information.

One of the most fun, yet lesser known, mitzvot for Purim is mishloach manot. Mishloach manot are gifts of food that friends (and potential new friends!) exchange on Purim. Often presented in baskets or bags, most mishloach manot include hamantaschen but may also include a wide variety of foods and treats. These gifts are frequently referred to by their Yiddish name, shalachmanos. This year why not give a new mitzvah a try and give mishloach manot to your friends?

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Eileen and William Ertag Carole and Wilbur Yellin Susan and Alvin Wichard Jeanette and Glenn Fischer Vickie and Truly Nolen Gail and Steven Sacknoff Kimberly and Robert Klausner Lori and Matthew Targoff Diana and Ken Goldstein Anna and Peter Salomon Jeri and John Bowman Naida and Michael Rodman Elizabeth and Alan Jaffe Linda and Daniel Carp Barbara and Gerald Flagel Stella and Howard Stacker Daryl and David Sissman Charlotte and Julius Goos Yolany and Ivan Carcamo Barbara and Edward Cohen

Barbara Druckman Bobby Pitts Godfrey Levy Gerald Lippes Ileana Rosen Fran Nossen Ken Goldstein James LaFevers Harvey Rosenfeld Linda Wainick Brian Cassell Stuart Kaplan Peter Klein Gail Ufberg Dorothy Magen Ann Cardamone Jean Peltz David Fisher Linda Ginsberg Morton Riefberg Sidney Diamond Marcelle Reiss Caren Plotkin

Recently Deceased As of February 17, 2017

Stanley Feldman– Uncle of Michael Feldman Barbara Hamilton– Cousin of Andy Karpman Janet Whitebook - Widow of Maynard Whitebook Mary Shapiro - Stepmother of Bobbie Katz Leonard Gordon - Uncle of Lisa Willits

Zichronam liv’rachah May their memories be for a blessing

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Yahrzeits

March 2017

Birthdays

Anniversaries

12 Alan Freeman 1 Judit Price Elaine Gilman Todd Brodie 13 Lorie Mayer Donald Feiman 14 Linda Bluhm Annette Girsh Dana Wexler Michael Diamond Judith Peltz 2 Jeremy Schaab Nina Van Dam William Berliant Randi Butterworth Philip Ciorciari Barbara Levine 3 Patton Corrigan 17 Helene Fuchs Gale Lazarus Sybil Mitchell John Corbellini Gary Lenchner 4 Tara Rosenblum 18 Marcelle Aizenshtat- 5 Jenny Kaplan Bigel Robert Hunter Rosealie Liebovich- P.J. Meyer 19 Frances Kline Hyman Stephen Solarsh 6 Gabriel Castro Brian Wolff Cary Goodman 20 Debbie Zvibleman 7 RosaLee Rudman Tova Roman Jacob Yampolsky Leonard Girsh Alvin Wichard Mollee Cole 9 Jessie Goebel Jan Whitman 10 Bennett Berman Mark Liberman Judith Pendergast Joan Krantz

3 Abraham Alexander Elisa Besalel Babette Anthony Rose Frank Bernard Nemeroff Saul Prizent Matthew Popkin Eva Friedman Josephine Endlar Bertha Gold Esther Feldman Rose Frank Irvin Taitz Sherman Goldberg Dorothy Goldblatt Leo Hecht Gussie Hertzman Harold Smith Jacob Feld Sanford Swerdlin Jack Bender Sadie Dregant Laurence Richmond Joseph Phillips Alvin Landy Sylvia Kleban Lester Troupp Harry Shapiro Morris Koosman Marvin Gross Benjamin Rosen Barbara Rubin Morris Schechter Morris Schulman Marshall Sidman Evelyn Sidman Nathan Sokoll Milton Sokoll Sophie Solarsh Herby Strohl Nettie Subin Harry Rothman Sylvia Targoff Irwin Treiser Lillian Ufberg Philip Zaleznik 10 Lillian Tash Morris Berkle George Flato Ida Kass Charles Indictor Hudson Jaffe Easton Jaffe George Flato David Feldman Andrew Jubelirer Linda Weber

10 continued Evelyn Gutman Herman Schaffer Walter Hirsch Beverly Dopkin Erna Gross Max Krotick Irving Lauber David Friedlander Beatrice Morton Sheldon Chassin Lilian Weber Miles Kuperman Harold Bilsky Kenneth Garlikov Ceil Binder Louis Mandel Martha Holm Bruce Thalheimer Dr. Daniel Solomon Howard Klein Faye Wexler Sybil Whitman 17 Phillip Grossman Abraham Berzon Jerome Anthony Rhoda Butzke Selma Cassell Cepra Loew Rebecca Altman Max Hindin Sadie Hindin Amy Cowan Lester Gilman Herman Schwartz Melvyn Hecht Fania Schkurman Vivian Tobias Saul Helfand Aaron Weiss Rose Siskin Harold Birbaum Irving Lashinsky David Rosen Leonard Levy Rose Low Sima Oshry Steiner Bertha Krause Morton Porter Frances Wernikoff Charles Riedel Leon Bricman Aaron Pressman Mindy Baha el Din Gertrude Spalter

17 continued Amy Cowan Audrey Rubner Robert Katcher Ira Saperstein Benjamin Rice Fanny Shnider Celia Teitelbaum Ellen Shurak Ann Solot Jack Weisberg Sonia Wichard Rose Wolff 24 Ruth Bassewitz Max Becker Charlotte Kwasha Reine Elbhar Paul Cohen Robert Dembo Harry Topolosky Maurice Fisher Aaron Goldstein Nathan Hasson Solomon Arditti N. Tully Schaffer David Hirsch Myron Lown Annie Grossman Sarah Katz Sherry Rossfeld Ruth Schaeffer Rose Rubin Dr. Arthur Levere Benjamin Levine Julian Kleban Nettye Friedman Bertha Mendlowitz Marlene Oshry Marshall Sidman Evelyn Sidman Jeanette Rauch Michael Roman Rosalyn Lovin Louis Rosenthal Karen Meltzer Rose Katcher Sarah Pastor Sam Lustig Leonard Shapiro 31 Ezekiel Wolf Solomon Barr Gerson Barter Herman Bassewitz Ronald Brown Enid Baker Amy Feiman-Behar

31 continued Erich Weber

Edna Finkel Lena Hendel Joseph Hendler Louis Wolfe Myrth Lewis Nathan Lichterman Isador Alexander Leah E. Kaplan Helene Klein Treva Krantz Sylvia Osipe John Van Thournout Lillian Levine William Lubin Jack Lerner Sol Rauch Bianca Ganzman Chaim Hurvitz Ralph Pfingst Percy Caplan Bill Schonberg Daniel Schuman Irving Abramson Melba Pollok Benjamin Specter Harry Subin Stuart Sugarman Morris Wexler Morris Golin Sadie Wolinsky Minnie Yellin

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Endowment Corner By Suzanne Low, J.D., CFP®, Endowment Chair Endowment Committee Member Why make a gift of stock to the Temple instead of cash? Did you know that even if the value of your stocks has dropped, many of your investments are likely still worth more today than what you originally paid for them? And if you sell, you would pay capital gains taxes at a maximum rate of 20 percent (15 percent for those at or above the 25 percent income tax bracket but below the 39.6 percent bracket; waived for those below the 25 percent bracket). But by using appreciated securities you’ve owned for more than one year as a charitable gift, you will receive two tax benefits:

1. You are entitled to a federal income tax deduction based on the current fair market value of the securities, regardless of their lower original cost.

2. You will be exempt from paying capital gains taxes on any increase in value—taxes you would pay if you were to sell the securities.

A charitable contribution of long-term appreciated

securities — i.e. stocks, bonds and/or mutual funds that have realized significant appreciation over time — is one of the most tax-efficient of all ways to give. This method of giving has become increasingly popular in recent years. The two key advantages: • Any long-term appreciated securities with unrealized gains (meaning they were purchased over a year ago, and have a current value greater than their original cost) may be donated to a public charity and a tax deduction taken for the full fair market value of the securities — up to 30% of your adjusted gross income. • Since the securities are donated rather than sold, capital gains taxes from selling the securities no longer apply. The more appreciation the securities have, the greater your tax savings will be. Let Us Help To learn more, contact Suzanne Low, Endowment Chair, at 239-450-8112 or endowmentchair@naplestemple. org. Together with your advisor, we can help you fulfill your charitable goals while avoiding worries over tax consequences or market conditions.

How to Make a Gift of Stock If you have the physical securities, you can hand-deliver them to the Temple. If you don’t have possession of the physical securities, instruct your broker to electronically transfer your intended shares.

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.

Operations

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.

Worship

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.

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

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Showing We Care

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

Prayerbook Fund: Purchase of prayerbooks and Torah commentaries. To dedicate: Prayerbooks - $54, Torah commentary - $100 High Holy Day prayerbooks - $108 - each set

Endowment

Religious School

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.

Clergy/Leadership

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

Library

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.

SocialAction

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.

Oneg Shabbat:

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

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Contributions to Temple Shalom General Fund

In Memory Of: Kalmon Lazear by Phyllis Lazear Sema Goldenblatt by Eleanor & Gerry Bonder Samuel Friedman by Doris Friedman Robert Fuchs by Donna Wasser Natalie Justa by Leonard Greenspoon, West Maple Dental Specialists Lenora Newman by Pat & Scott Newman Jacob Rosenfeld by Linda & Harvey Rosenfeld Samuel Spintman by Judi & Dan Spintman Theresa Weiss by Lois Lane-Weiss & Norman Weiss Victor Caplan by Eileen & Dr. Bill Ertag In Honor Of: Solidarity Shabbat Service by Joseph Hoffman, Don Peacock, William McCormick Jr. In Appreciation: By Joyce & Mel Toub By Alfred Cohen By Hildegarde & Lawrence Goodstein

Religious School

In Honor Of: Sylvia Brams on the birth of her great grandson Brody Jacks by Cary & Dr. David Goodman

Religious School Enrichment Fund In Memory Of: Jay Minzer by Ellen & Edward Wollman

Polster Religious School Scholarship Fund

In Memory Of: Ernest Druckman by Barbara Druckman Samuel Miller by Arlene Yedid

Food Basket Fund In Memory Of:

Lottie Riedel, Charles Riedel by Wendy Riedel

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Rabbi Miller’s Discretionary Fund

In Memory Of: Bernard Cahan by Cecilia Cahan Harold Z. Sawyer by Cari Johnson Saide Greenberg Pearson by Ellie Cantor Robert Bernstein by Dottie Magen William Mackoff by Midge & Lloyd Rauch Lena Steinberg, Alex Steinberg by Marcia Decker Bess Girsh by Annette & Dr. Leonard Girsh Minnie Gross & Ronald Gross by Marti Gross Susan Matties-Nadel by Marianne & Dick Matties Marcus Ritter by Susan & Dr. Nat Ritter Abe Price, Jean Cornacchia by Becky Cornacchia Nathan Goldman by Lee Kaye Millie Pino by Sherry & Stephen Pino Betty Brown by Lori & Dr. Fred Brown In Appreciation: By Martyn Gefsky By Jean Morrison Of bris of Dawson Robert Wexler by Lori & Ed Cohen By Dana & Michael Wexler

Cantor Azu’s Discretionary Fund

In Memory Of: Frances Nemeroff by Karen & Dr. Martin Cohn Harold Z. Sawyer by Cari Johnson Mildred Budin, Leo Budin by Nancy & Ted Brother Elaine Berman Goldstein by Susan & Jay Weiss Fay Helfand by Gene Helfand

Prayerbook Fund

In Memory Of: Clara Rosenblatt by Cary & Dr. David Goodman

Rabbi James and Jane Perman Library In Memory Of: Jack Frank by Jackie & Franklin Paulson Anne Pirchesky by Aileen & Michael Pierce Richard Bodin, Rosetta Moskowitz by Bonnie Bodin In Honor Of: Helen Weinfeld on her 95th birthday by Jean Morrison

As of February 2, 2017 Hearing Loop Fund

In Memory Of: Dorothy Hart, Joseph Hart by Alice & Clifford Hart

Dr. Philip & Shirley Gilbert Music Fund

In Memory Of: Ari Mazer by Carole Greene Arthur Warshauer, Fannie Warshauer, Gladys Warshauer, Ann Williams by Stu Warshauer Charles Elbhar by Dr. Lydia Bone Steve Druckman by Barbara Druckman In Honor Of: Dr. Karen Slater on her birthday by Ina & Richie Barr

Joseph S. Weinfeld Faculty Development Fund In Memory Of: Sarah Freedman by Evelyn Cole Mary Beth Strom by Helen Weinfeld

Scholar-In-Residence Endowment Fund In Memory Of: Melvin Reiss by Marcelle Reiss

Shalom Preschool

In Memory Of: Stephen Marano by Jeanette & Glenn Fischer In Honor Of: Dana & Michael Wexler on the birth of their son Dawson by Janet & Howard Solot

Donations to any of the Temple Shalom funds may be made by check or creidt card. To pay by check please be sure to include the name of the fund, the name of the person being honored, remembered or appreciated and who is making the donation. Mail checks to the Temple office at 4630 Pine Ridge Road, Naples, FL 34119. To pay by credit card, please log into Chaverware or call the Temple office to supply your credit card information by phone. If you need help logging in to Chaverware please call the Temple office at 239-455-3030.

Endowment Fund

In Memory Of: Rose Becker by Sheila & Alvin Becker Etta Kramer, Ernest Nossen by Fran & Rob Nossen In Honor Of: Dana & Michael Wexler on the birth of their son Dawson Wexler Lori & Ed Cohen on the birth of their grandson Dawson Wexler Tracey & Dr. Lawrence Albert on their son Grayson becoming a Bar Mitzvah by Daryl & David Sissman Lori & Ed Cohen on their 40th wedding anniversary by Bobbie & Dr. Gene Katz Dana & Michael Wexler on the birth of their son Dawson Wexler by Suzanne Low

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Melton Scholar Class 12PM

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Endowment Committee meeting 1PM

Confirmation class 6PM

Men’s Club meeting 6PM

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Shabbat evening service honoring Rabbi Perman 7:30PM

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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 Debra Antzis Sisterhood Representative Sandy Stone Men’s Club President Ed Cohen One Family Liaison Bobbie Katz Historical Society Helen Weinfeld

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 Seyla Cohen Preschool Director scohen@naplestemple.org Peter Lewis Music Director

Maxine Gould Controller mgould@naplestemple.org Jeanette Fischer Director of Communications jfischer@naplestemple.org Alicia Browner Membership Engagement Coordinator abrowner@naplestemple.org Victor Lucas Facility Manager vlucas@naplestemple.org Gloria Mellman Preschool Administrative Assistant gmellman@naplestemple.org Farrah Hersh Religious School Administrative Assistant religiousschool@naplestemple.org Rick Holsbeke Maitenance Technician maitenance@naplestemple.org

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