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FREE ISSUE 51 SEPTEMBER 9, 2020

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FREE ISSUE 51 SEPTEMBER 9, 2020

‫וילך‬-‫פרשת נצבים‬ ‫כ’ אלול תש”פ‬

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Week in Review

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The Cuckoo Clock

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Political Pulse

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The Making of a Balabusta

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Fit for the Frezzer

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Meats Fit for Royalty

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Entering With Awe

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(Re: Students From Across the Spectrum, Issue 50) I really enjoyed the nostalgic article about Bais Yaakov of Boro Park. Just to clarify, there was another school in operation at the time: Tomer Devora, my alma mater. I would be thrilled if you could do an article about it. Always a TD Student

A VIBRANT YIDDISH SCENE OF YESTERYEAR (Re: Students From Across the Spectrum, Issue 50) I read your article about Bais Yaakov of Boro Park. It was written very well. My family has lived in Boro Park for over a hundred years. In the article, the writer mentioned the three first schools as Shulamith, Bais Yaakov and Satmar. I believe Tomer Devora and Bais Sara (now Bais Brocho) were established way before Satmar existed in Boro Park. The Boro Park View welcomes your comments, feedback and letters. Please email comments@thebpview.com.

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to get rid of my father! Besides, it’s one thing to persuade you to buy the tickets, but I don’t think he was also able to arrange for you to actually win.” She continued walking in silence alongside her father, watching his cautious steps. “I…” she began again, but then fell silent. “The truth is…” She just could not organize her thoughts into a coherent sentence. Her father continued walking patiently. He appeared to be studying the busy traffic on the road to his left, but Elisheva knew that he was listening to her every word. “It sounds strange,” she said finally. “But what would you say, Tatty, if I would tell you that I have a feeling deep down that this apartment that we won… well, it’s not really true?” He turned to look at her. The words crammed into one another in Elisheva’s throat for a few seconds. “How many tickets did you buy?” “Fifty. One for Miri, one for Tzippy, and forty-eight for you.” “So statistically, we did have a chance.” “Yes,” he said, after a pause, and then turned to look at a tall group of buildings at the end of the block. “And it worked.” “Right, it worked.” She also fixed her gaze on the large porch whose glass wall was gleaming in the setting sun. Their porch. “Just like it worked out with Tzippy and Peretz’s wedding, and with the silver yad that

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“So, of course, it is definitely possible that it’s just an amazing string of coincidences. The question is if that is really the case.”

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EREV YOM KIPPUR MORNING (SUNDAY)

Fish: Traditional salmon and gefilte fish

Fish: Traditional salmon and gefilte fish

Fish: Herring and salmon

Soup: Chicken soup, square noodles, kneidlach

Soup: Vegetable soup with kreplach

Appetizer: Eggs and liver

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Main: Cholent, two-tone kugel, kishke, cold cuts

Dessert: Cut-up fruits and sorbet

Dessert: Rhubarb-cherry compote with sorbet

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ROSH HASHANAH (SHABBOS MORNING)

SUKKOS (SHABBOS MORNING)

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Fish: Traditional salmon and gefilte fish

Soup: Chicken soup with kreplach

Fish: Sea Bass

Appetizer: Eggs and liver

Main: Chicken, kugel, farfel

Soup: Kielbasa soup

Main: Cholent, two-tone kugel, kishke, cold cuts

Dessert: Cut-up fruits and compote

Main: Chuck-eye roast, gnocchi, cherry turnovers

Dessert: Pomegranate sorbet

Dessert: Deconstructed Napoleon

ROSH HASHANAH (MOTZEI SHABBOS)*

MOTZEI YOM KIPPUR (MONDAY NIGHT)

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For breaking the fast: Some cake and goodies

Soup: Cream of chicken soup

Soup: Vegetable soup with kreplach (from Erev Yom Kippur)

Main: Turkey roast, candied carrots, bow tie pasta salad Dessert: Custard fruit tart

Main: Fish (salmon), or meat, farfel and kugel

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Dessert: Cold strawberry compote

ROSH HASHANAH (SUNDAY MORNING)**

SUKKOS (FRIDAY NIGHT)

HOSHANA RABBAH (FRIDAY MORNING)

Fish: Marinated salmon

Fish: Turbot or traditional salmon

Fish: Pecan glazed baked salmon

Appetizer: Two broccoli salads

Soup: Chicken soup, square noodles, kneidlach

Soup: Mushroom-barley soup with kreplach

Main: Flanken, farfel, and potato and noodle kugel; served buffet-style

Main: French roast, cabbage pasta, quinoa salad, apple muffins

Dessert: Chocolate tart with caramelized pears

Desserts: Strawberry shortcake

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ROSH HASHANAH MENU NOTES *Prep for Motzei Shabbos, Rosh Hashanah: Warm up salmon, soup, roast and carrots. Keep the angel hair pasta at room temperature. ** Prep for Sunday, Rosh Hashanah: warm up capons and shlishkes. Fry cutlets and prepare potatoes. Foods that can be prepared weeks in advance (frozen): • Soups, kugels, noodles, kneidlach, candied carrots, apple crumble, sorbet, meats, shlishkes, capons, cherry muffins, ice cream pie, kreplach Foods that can be prepared a few days in advance (refrigerated): • Farfel, marinated salmon, gefilte fish, angel hair pasta, dressings for broccoli salads, fruit tart dessert, bow tie pasta salad Prep for Friday, Erev Rosh Hashanah: • Prepare the baked salmon • Prepare cholent • Put roast in the fridge to defrost • Cook eggs for Shabbos • Prepare bow tie pasta salad • Prepare broccoli salads Pre-seudah prep: • Warm up vegetable soup and kreplach • Warm up roast and kugel • Prepare salad • Fry nuggets • Cut up fruits • Remove blueberry pie from freezer to thaw

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*Prep for Motzei Shabbos, Sukkos: Warm up soup, chuck-eye roast and gnocchi. Take out cherry turnovers from the freezer. Prepare dessert.

*Prep for Motzei Shabbos, Simchas Torah: Warm up soup, chicken and pastrami roll, and gnocchi. Defrost cherry pie and chocolate tart.

** Prep for Sunday, Sukkos: prepare and fry flounder. Fry egg rolls. Prepare salad. Cook potatoes. Bake franks and blanks. Foods that can be prepared weeks in advance (frozen): • Soups, kugels, noodles, kneidlach, candied carrots, compote, sorbet, meats, gnocchi, egg rolls Foods that can be prepared a few days in advance (refrigerated): • Farfel, herring salmon, sea bass and turbot, Napoleon, cranberry dessert, cherry turnovers, salad dressing, franks and blanks (bake fresh) Prep for Friday, Erev Sukkos: • Warm up soup, noodles, kneidlach and farfel • Prepare cholent • Put chuck-eye into the fridge to thaw • Bake flanken • Cook eggs for Shabbos

** Prep for Sunday, Simchas Torah: Prepare Fish. Warm up cabbage, tongue and kugel. Prepare potato salad and roasted veggies. Prepare dessert. Prep for Hoshana Rabba: • Prepare and bake salmon • Warm up roast, soup, kreplach and cabbage noodles • Prepare quinoa salad. • Defrost cake and muffins Foods that can be prepared weeks in advance (frozen): • Soups, kugel, noodles, kneidlach, three-layer sorbet, meats, gnocchi and cherry pie Foods that can be prepared a few days in advance (refrigerated): • Farfel, herring salmon, gefilte fish, sea bass and turbot, Napoleon, chocolate tart, Boston cream pie, salad dressing, franks and blanks (bake fresh) Prep for Friday, Erev Sukkos: • Cut up vegetables for Sunday salad bar and store in containers • Warm up soup, noodles, kneidlach, farfel • Prepare cholent • Bake the flanken • Cook eggs for Shabbos


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I remember the conversation I had with a good friend that turned into a heated discussion and soon had me explaining myself, rather emphatically. The topic? Saying yes to freezing food in advance. To Sury, the mere idea of eating anything but fresh food for yom tov seemed unpalatable. Her mother used to cook and bake everything fresh, because “the taste is just not comparable, and that’s a fact” (her words, not mine). I tried envisioning what an erev yom tov might look like in the household of her youth — her mother slaving over the oven and stove, a gazillion things on the todo list and the rush, rush, rush and pressure, pressure, pressure that comes along with the chaos. So I tried (hard!) to convince her how life-changing it can be to freeze foods. Yes, the taste stays the same. No, the foods don’t have a “freezer taste.” Yes, you can freeze just about everything. Yes, doing so can save you time, energy and avoid stress. It’s a win-win situation. At first Sury hemmed and hawed, but then she decided it’s worth a try. And when yom tov came around that year, she was calm, cool, collected and actually had some time to spare! In her words: “Rivky, you saved my life. Preparing yom tov food used to be so pressuring, and this year I actually got to sit with my family and really enjoy it.” So to all of you out there who are like my friend used to be, if I convince just one of you to start prepping yom tov in advance, I’ll consider this worthwhile.

Step 1: Cooling • You don’t want to put a container of piping-hot soup or stew — or anything — directly into the freezer. There’s a risk of it heating up the rest of your frozen food. So let it cool on the counter for up to two hours; if it’s still warm, stick it into the fridge. Once the food has cooled to room temperature, you can freeze it.

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Step 2: Freezing: • If you’re freezing foods for a short period of time, wrapping them in plastic bags or cling wrap is adequate. Make the wrapping airtight to decrease the chance of freezer burn, which is what gives food a “freezer taste.” Freezer burn (which occurs when food is exposed to air) can change the food’s texture and color. • For longer freezing periods, use wrappings such as heavy-duty aluminum foil, special plastic freezer bags (available at your local grocery), or freezer wrap. • Don’t freeze in glass jars unless you know they’re freezer-safe. Glass that hasn’t been tempered has a risk of shattering — particularly if you’re freezing a liquid that could expand as it freezes. So skip the canning jars and go for Tupperware or freezer bags instead. Always remember to leave some extra space in jars or containers because foods expand during freezing. • Packages should be secure and airtight. Clearly label your pan/jar/container with its contents and the date it was packaged.

Step 3: Storing • You can store soups in gallon-size or quart-size freezer bags, which can be placed flat. They freeze quickly. • Freezing small servings enables it to freeze quickly, and it also allows you to defrost only the amount you need. • Limit the amount of times you open and close your freezer. Think of it like opening an oven door while a cheesecake bakes — the more you open it, the flatter and less tasty the cheesecake will be. The more you open your freezer, the greater the chance for food to get that dreaded freezer burn. HOW LONG CAN YOU FREEZE THAT? Meat and poultry • Beef (steaks): 6 to 12 months • Lamb: 6 to 12 months • Chicken and turkey (whole): 12 months • Chicken and turkey (parts): 6 months • Ground meat and poultry: 3 to 6 months • Franks: 2 to 3 months • Cooked meat, beef and poultry: 4 months Prepared meals: • Broth: 3 months • Soups: 3 months • Kugels: 3 months

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Bread and grains • Challah: 4 months Desserts and baked goods: • Cookies (baked): 6 to 8 months • Cookie dough (unbaked): 3 months • Cake (with frosting): 1 month • Cake (without frosting): 3 months • Cheesecake: 6 to 8 months • Pie (unbaked, fruit): 2 to 4 months • Pie (baked, fruit): 6 to 8 months • Pie (baked, pumpkin, sweet potato, pecan): 1 to 2 months • Muffins and quick breads: 6 to 12 months


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Step 4: Defrosting: In the refrigerator: This is the easiest method, but it takes a long time, so you must plan ahead. (One pound of meat can take an entire day to thaw.) Advantages to this method are that it’s hands-off and the refrigerator keeps food at a safe temperature. In cold water: Sealed packages of food may be thawed in cold water. Place the package under water in a bowl, pot or sink until the food is defrosted. At room temperature: Pastries, breads and fruits may be thawed for 2 to 4 hours at room temperature. Do not use this method for meat, fish and vegetables.

FROM FREEZER TO THE TABLE: Potato kugel: Defrost by pouring water over the top of the kugel, and cover it tightly. Place a pan of water on a lower shelf and keep in the oven overnight at 250°. Lokshen kugel: If you’re family likes it cold, like mine does, let it defrost on the kitchen counter. Cherry pie/muffins: Defrost on the counter.

Kreplach: Defrost on the counter or place directly into the soup. Kneidlach: Defrost in the oven or on the blech. Meats: Defrost in the oven or on the blech. Breaded cutlets (frozen raw): Defrost and fry fresh.

Compote: Defrost on the counter.

Egg rolls (frozen raw): Defrost and fry fresh.

Cakes/cookies/pies: Defrost on the counter.

Desserts: Defrost on the counter.

Challos: Place in a pan in the oven or on the blech and reheat for about 15 to 20 minutes.

Gnocchi: Heat in the oven.

Cabbage noodles: Heat in the oven.

Gefilte fish: Defrost in the fridge. Soups: Remove soup from the container, place into a pot, add a little water, and reheat Kishke: Place in the cholent. on a small flame on the stovetop or blech. Stuffed cabbage: Heat on low flame on the Candied carrots: Defrost in the oven or on stovetop or in the oven. the counter. Franks and blanks: Heat in the oven. Noodles: Heat in the oven or on the blech.

NOT FOR THE FREEZER: • Salads: When prepping salads for the meal, keep dressings in separate containers marked with the name of the salad it is for. You can cut up veggies the night before or the morning of the meal, and keep them in an airtight container. Toss salads in a bag for the easiest, cleanest and most even mixing results. • Pretty desserts: Leave time for the Ushpizin desserts so you can patchke and have fun. • Chicken cutlets/egg rolls (fried fresh, but can be prepared in advance and frozen raw) • Cholent

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• Onion rings

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A Tishrei Menu BY: THE BORO PARK VIEW FOOD TEAM Summer is winding to a close. We’ve all had our fill of summer sunshine and are eager to head back into our kitchens. Now we are delighted to share a dazzling array of yom tov dishes we will be unleashing in the coming weeks. Dive in with gusto, and let’s get cooking! With wishes for a kesivah v’chasimah tovah and a gut gebentcht yahr,

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Issue 50

Kishka Capons With Vegetable Sauce Capons With Craisins and Wild Rice Hickory-Smoked Turkey Roast Meats Fit for Royalty |

This week

Chuck-Eye Roast in Wine Mushroom French Roast Rosemary Braised Brisket Scrumptious Sides |

Issue 52

Gnocchi With Mushrooms and Spinach Egg Rolls With Dipping Sauce Rainbow Carrots Quinoa Salad Ushpizin Desserts |

Issue 53

Chocolate Tart With Caramelized Pears Cinnamon-Maple Napoleons Deconstructed Strawberry Crumble A Taste of the Sea |

Issue 54

Almond Crusted Salmon Side of Turbot Craisin Marinated Salmon

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Recipes by: Rivky Friedman | Photography by: Toby Seidenfeld

Meats Fit for Royalty Let’s fill our homes with wonderful aromas in honor of the coming yom tov as we usher in a new year filled with blessing. A gut gebentched yahr!

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Chuck-Eye Roast in Wine A while back, my good friend Esty kindly shared this recipe with me, and ever since then I’ve been using it weekly for my Shabbos meat — and everything in between. Yup, it’s that good. Thank you, Esty!

INGREDIENTS 1 chuck-eye roast (or brisket, flanken or other similar cut of meat) ½ cup oil 4 tsp. paprika 4 tsp. salt 4 tsp. black pepper 3 tsp. garlic powder 1 tsp. onion powder 2½ cups red wine DIRECTIONS 1. Cover the bottom of a baking pan with parchment paper. 2. Pour the oil over the roast, coating it well. 3. Mix together the spices. Rub this spice mixture all over the meat until it is completely covered. 4. Add the wine to the coated meat, being careful that the spices don’t get washed away. 5. Cover the meat with another piece of parchment paper, and cover the pan tightly (you can use aluminum foil). 6. Optional: Marinate the meat in the refrigerator for a few hours. 7. Preheat the oven to 300° and roast for 4 hours. 8. Slice the meat only once it’s cooled.

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Mushroom French Roast I’m a mushroom addict. Those who know me know that I enjoy mushrooms in any way, shape or form. So now that we’ve established that, you’ll understand why I say that this is my absolutely favorite recipe. And even if you’re not a mushroom-lover, try it anyway! It’s a guaranteed crowd-pleaser.

INGREDIENTS 1 French roast 3 boxes mushrooms, all different varieties (portobello, baby bella and so on) 1 bottle Gefen onion-and-garlic barbecue sauce ¼ cup teriyaki sauce Sun-dried tomatoes, for garnish (optional) DIRECTIONS 1. Slice all of the mushrooms. 2. Cover the bottom of a pan with parchment paper, then with a layer of mushrooms. 3. Place the meat on top of the mushrooms. 4. Mix the barbecue sauce with the teriyaki sauce and pour it over the meat. 5. Cover the pan tightly, and bake at 325° for 4 hours. 6. When serving, garnish with sun-dried tomatoes, if using.

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MY FRIENDS, WE HAVE BEEN GIFTED AN INCREDIBLE OPPORTUNITY.

It’s an opportunity that we have not experienced in years, and an opportunity we hope never to be presented with again.

The year that is drawing to a close has been one without parallel in the recent past. The majority of us have been raised under stable world conditions, with few dramatic surprises that truly altered our day-to-day lives in a prolonged manner. Yes, many have suffered tremendously over the years, but that suffering was generally of individuals, on a personal level. Rarely has there been a recent instance of upheaval on a broader, communal or national level. This year, we stood together as we each stood alone. Around the globe, we were united in having to confront a whole new challenge of a world of Yahadus within the walls of our homes.

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Many, if not most, looked and continue to look for a reason, for logic, for a message that Hakadosh Baruch Hu is trying to convey to us. What does He want from us? What does He want us to correct? Ultimately, as we hear cascades of voices clamoring to define the moment, we are painfully aware that, truly, we are incapable of an absolute answer. We have no navi. We don’t have an Urim V’Tumim. We are driven by a most honest and meaningful determination to turn the situation into one of lessons and growth, but we do not have the ability to make definitive national declarations or assessments. On the other hand, we can’t merely walk away from such events with a simple shrug of the shoulders. Hakadosh Baruch Hu does not leave anything to chance, and He has custom-tailored every minuscule detail of these events for a specific purpose. As such, although we can’t make bold statements, we

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can and must do some basic introspection. We can’t be looking to others, telling them what they must improve, but we can and must look into ourselves, to see where our personal struggles and room for growth lie, and to take concrete steps to move forward and higher. To reframe the conversation, let’s leave aside the “why” of what we’ve experienced. Instead, let us focus on the realities we have in front of us so we can work toward building something meaningful. We do not know why our shuls were forced to close, but we can recognize the reality of their closure as an opportunity for tremendous growth, and we can seize the moment. FOR MOST OF US, it has been many years since our first starryeyed trip to shul. As our childhood faded, so did our initial awe and reverence, the feeling of walking

We do not know why our shuls were forced to close, but we can recognize the reality of their closure as an opportunity for tremendous growth, and we can seize the moment. into a hallowed space. Our mentality evolved, and we began viewing our shuls as a welcoming place of gathering; a place of kedusha, of course, but a place of interaction with our friends and neighbors as well. The symbiosis of kedusha and social interaction, while a beautiful feature of our communal structure, nonetheless reduces the reverence of these sacred spaces. Ask a friend to define kedushas beis haknesses, and the response will generally be a vague reference to something about people talking during Chazaras Hashatz. Perhaps


something about eating in shul. A handful of negative encumbrances. Now picture asking a friend who has just returned from being oleh regel in Yerushalayim to describe his trip to the Beis Hamikdash. Would he sum it up by saying it’s a place you can’t talk? A place in which you’re not supposed to sleep? It’s a most spectacular place! It’s a place where one greets Hakadosh Baruch Hu, a chance for an unparalleled, otherworldly interaction! It’s alive with tangible kedusha, and Yidden are thrilled to be there, standing in awe of the One Who calls it home.

We need to completely reshape our whole perspective, viewing our visits to shul as a most remarkable experience, much as we would view ourselves walking up the mountain to the Beis Hamikdash. Our shuls are very much a piece of that Mikdash. In so many ways, they are modeled after the same physical structure; most importantly, they host those same interactions. We can’t afford to have our perspective of shuls defined as a collection of negative rules. We need to completely reshape our whole perspective, viewing our visits to shul as a most remarkable experience, much as we would view ourselves walking up the mountain to the Beis Hamikdash. The reason I act differently in this room is not because the rules leave me no choice, but rather because I can actually feel how unique this place is, and I would never want to tarnish such a remarkable environment. TISHA B’AV STANDS ONLY WEEKS BEHIND US, a day when our Mikdash was taken from us. Why did we lose it? The accepted approach would be to say that we had simply filled the quota of misdeeds, and after seeing enough, Hakadosh Baruch Hu decided the time had come to let out His wrath and punish us for what we had done by ejecting us from our home. Rav Shamshon Rephael Hirsch, however, provides us with an entirely different understanding. The loss of the Mikdash was not an act of destruction, but a desperate, lifesaving wake-up call to Klal Yisroel. We are told that the true point of connection between each person and Hashem is intended to lie within the person himself. “V’shachanti b’socham — b’soch kol echad v’echad miYisroel.” Every one of us carries within ourselves our own unique portal, our own ability to connect with Hashem. Unfortunately, as Klal Yisroel marched through the desert centuries ago, their repeated errors brought them to the point where this was no longer possible. The internal bond was damaged, and for a viable hope for the future, we would now need the assistance of an outside source. This was the Mishkan, and this was the Beis Hamikdash: central

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Ask a friend to define kedushas beis haknesses, and the response will generally be a vague reference to something about people talking during Chazaras Hashatz. points of kedusha, whereby a person could supercharge his ability to connect by simply visiting the place and tapping into the powerful system present there. These structures were not, however, intended to be a goal and purpose unto themselves; they were designed to serve as a bridge, a way to facilitate a person’s drive for something higher, a way to connect man and Hakadosh Baruch Hu, and thereby allowing that connection to bring Hakadosh Baruch Hu into that person’s daily life. Unfortunately, the system became skewed. Rather than a tool for assistance, the Beis Hamikdash came to be viewed as an end of its own. People became perfectly content to go through life with no real effort to connect, without striving for growth, with no real development of their internal relationship

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with Hashem. They would satisfy their ruchnius with a feeling that as long as the Beis Hamikdash was functioning, with the day-to-day jobs getting done, then that was enough. The feeling was that the ruchnius could stay comfortably confined within the walls of the Mikdash, and man would do whatever he felt like doing in his own life. Essentially, what had been intended to serve simply as a crutch now replaced the need to walk. Hakadosh Baruch Hu saw this situation and determined that the only way to save Klal Yisroel was by shaking them awake and pulling away the crutches. Suddenly, a person realized that he really had a problem, for he really didn’t know how to walk. With the loss of the Beis Hamikdash, life was forcibly returned to the original format, where each person would have to struggle to build his own personal link from within. It would make

building the link so much more difficult, but it would force people to wake up from the illusion, to realize that all along they had truly been lacking. Hopefully, this awareness would drive them to reassess and rebuild their relationship with Hakadosh Baruch Hu. WE WERE NOT, however, left to fend entirely for ourselves. While we lost the supercharge that was the Beis Hamikdash, we were left with miniature “charging stations” in every community across the globe. Step inside, put in the effort, and your connection will come alive. However, these locations as well must be understood as bridges. Our shuls don’t exist simply as community centers; they are tools for us to use in our striving to connect to something Higher. Unfortunately, with the passage of time, we tend to lose focus of that goal of connection, and we see tefillah, and houses of tefillah, as a place to simply fulfill our tech-


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We suddenly received the chance to start anew. For the first time in years, we’ve been gifted the “first-time-in-shul” experience. nical obligations, to check off the boxes. We can go through years of actions without stopping to realize that these actions were merely tools to fast-track an element to which we simply aren’t paying enough heed. If we were to understand and develop our potential for a real and tangible connection with Hakadosh Baruch Hu, our tefillos and our appreciation for the concept of a beis knesses would come alive. But we are human beings. We have had years of water pass under the bridge, and cement can’t easily be recast once it has set.

And then came COVID-19. Suddenly, we were shul-less. The mold of our daily lives was shattered. And with it, we suddenly

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received the chance to start anew. For the first time in years, we’ve been gifted the “first-time-in-shul” experience. We don’t know why Hakadosh Baruch Hu closed our shuls, but whatever the reason, the reality of their closure forced us to walk without crutches, to daven and attempt to connect without the normal stimulation of a shul environment and the power of the crowd around us. Suddenly, as we stood within the privacy of our own walls, we were forced to look ourselves in the eye and question exactly how strong our connection with Hashem is when the external factors are stripped away. The power of this assessment gives us the fuel to grow. We can walk into our shuls with a fresh, revitalized start. We’re starting anew. It’s not a question of learning about and committing to assorted halachos, or doubling down on enforcing shul policy. It’s about changing our whole paradigm, a chance to

awaken to the true beauty of our shuls, to imbue within ourselves the feeling of entering a miniature Beis Hamikdash. Yes, we will learn the appropriate halachos. Yes, we will commit to real adherence. But we will do so with the understanding that the laws alone are not what define the shul; they are an outgrowth of a powerful concept — a concept that is the true definition of a shul. WE HAVE BEEN GIFTED the opportunity to reboot. We can make this monumental. Let’s not allow this opportunity to slip through our fingers.

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Before we head over to shul to daven this Rosh Hashanah, let’s take a virtual tour of some old-time houses of tefillah in greater New York.

‫קהילת שארית ישראל‬

CONGREGATION SHEARITH ISRAEL, UPPER WEST SIDE: FIRST KEHILLAH IN THE U.S. Founded in 1655, Congregation Shearith Israel is the oldest recorded kehillah in the United States. It all began with a group of 23 refugees escaping the Inquisition whom Peter Stuyvesant wished to expel, having no desire for Jews in the colony of New Amsterdam. Even once granted permission from the Dutch West India Company to settle in the area, their religious rights were limited. The members were allowed to worship only “in all quietness within their houses.” The Portugese community in Amsterdam sent them a Sefer Torah. Often referred to as the Spanish-Portuguese Synagogue, the kehillah followed Sephardic custom, even after many Ashkenazim joined. In fact, since it was the only local kehillah, all of New York’s Yidden belonged to this congregation for nearly two centuries — until German immigrants established their own in 1825. The shul rented quarters on Beaver Street and Mill Street before being granted the privilege to build their own shul in 1730. The current building (on W. 70th Street in Manhattan) was built in 1897. Despite faltering relations with other sects, Shearith Israel remained fully Orthodox.

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ELDRIDGE STREET SHUL, LOWER EAST SIDE: WELCOMING EASTERN EUROPE 12 Eldridge Street on the Lower East Side was more than just a shul; it was a welcoming address where new immigrants from Eastern Europe came to be fed, find jobs and housing opportunities, and more. Established in 1887, this was one of the first shuls opened by Eastern European Yidden in the United States. For about 50 years, this beautiful Victorian structure seated close to 1,000, with a membership of some 800 families. The crowds were so large that on the Yamim Nora’im, police were called upon to enforce order on the streets outside. Then, as members moved to other areas and immigration quotas limited new immigrants, membership dwindled. A small kehillah continues to daven in the beis midrash downstairs, having rarely missed a Shabbos or Yom Tov tefillah since its opening. Today, a museum stands on-site, offering tours on the history of the Jewish Lower East Side and an inside view of the restored shul.


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Beth El outgrew the brick building and sold the site to Chevra Anshei Lubavitch in 1922. Young Israel Beth El moved to 4802 15th Avenue. In 2017, the property was sold for $3.1 million, sparking controversy. Some wished to have this prominent 114-year-old shul landmarked and preserved. After all, proponents argued, the shul shaped the budding Jewish community of Boro Park.

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TURN-OF-THECENTURY DRIFT It is sad to note that many early New York shuls were founded in the 19th century as Orthodox, but turned to Conservative and Reform factions. The Young Israel movement was initiated in 1912 to counter this trend. The problem: Yiddish was the spoken language, and an Eastern European atmosphere pervaded the Orthodox shuls. This made American-born progeny of the members feel out of place. They either stopped attending shul or turned to Conservative or Reform. The solution: Under the slogan, “bringing American youth back to the synagogue,” the far-seeing founders projected a shul prototype that endeared the shul experience to the youth while following proper halachic standards.

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Soon, shuls across the United States banded together under the Young Israel umbrella, breathing fresh Orthodox life into the next generation.

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POLISHE SHTIEBEL, WILLIAMSBURG It all began when Yidden started moving over the bridge from the Lower East Side to Williamsburg. Some former mispallelim of the socalled “Nine un Ninetziker Shul,” a famous chassidish beis midrash on 99 Cannon Street on the Lower East Side, looked to create a chassidish minyan. They established the “Polishe Shtiebel” on Division Avenue in 1913, and it soon became a center for Torah and tefillah for the few chassidim in Williamsburg at the time. The shul housed a full library of seforim, which was quite rare in those days and drew crowds to learn nearly 24 hours a day. On Shabbos afternoons, Yidden knew they must come early to learn; otherwise, they wouldn’t have a seat! In fact, one of the gabba’im veered from the custom of calling out the time of Mincha after Shacharis on Shabbos morning. “There’s no need,” he said. “The mispallelim go home, eat their seudah and a short while later they are back to learn. With everyone here anyway, we can simply klap out Mincha then.” When the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway cut through the Avenue, the shtiebel moved to its current location at 154–156 Ross Street. The lot was purchased for $19,000! In time, some Torah Vodaas talmidim began to frequent the minyan, eventually taking over the shul. Soon that crowd dwindled as well, making room for alumni of Yeshivah Shaarei Yosher, who still daven and learn there today.

Until 1795, all documented shuls were Sefardic, though some hosted Ashkenazi members. Most rabbis in late-1800s New York did not speak English. Rabbi Samuel Isaacs, Rav of Shaarei Tefillah in the Upper East Side, was an exception. He was ardently Orthodox, but upon his passing in 1877, the kehillah sadly turned to Reform. The First Hungarian Congregation Ohev Tzedek, on the Lower East Side, was treated to Yossele Rosenblatt as chazzan from 1911 to 1926 (and again in 1929).

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The Magen David Synagogue, a Syrian shul in the Bensonhurst neighborhood, is the only landmarked shul in Brooklyn. Congregation Chasam Sofer at 10 Clinton Street, Lower East Side, was built in 1853 and is the longest-standing Orthodox shul building in NYC. It is sad to note that many early New York shuls were founded in the 19th century as Orthodox, but turned to Conservative and Reform factions.


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The new Boro Park office is open!

Next level changes have been implemented, making the best better. Seeing is believing. Venture into our new office and you will be saying the same thing in no time.

5015 13th Ave | 718.387.3337 Sun: 12:30 to 6:00 Mon-Thu: 10:00 to 6:00


‫יער‪:‬‬ ‫קּור ְצן פּון ְפ ִר ֶ‬ ‫ִאין ְ‬ ‫קֹורט‬ ‫עענְ ִדיגְ ט‪ְ .‬‬ ‫ִדי ְק ִריג ִאיז גֶ ֶ‬ ‫ועל ֶכער ָהאט‬ ‫עמינְ ג‪ ,‬וֶ ְ‬ ‫ֶד ִ‬ ‫ּתֹורה‪,‬‬ ‫יטן ֶדעם ֵס ֶפר ָ‬ ‫עה ְ‬ ‫גֶ ִ‬ ‫זּוכן זַ יין זּון‪.‬‬ ‫ָלאזְ ט זִ יְך ַארֹויס ְ‬

‫ָׁשלֹום ֲע ֵל ֶיכם‪ֶ .‬עס ִאיז ַהיינְ ט‬ ‫אטן‪.‬‬ ‫יק ְ‬ ‫יפ ַ‬ ‫ער ִט ִּ‬ ‫עקּומען ֶצען ֶס ְ‬ ‫ֶ‬ ‫ָאנְ גֶ‬ ‫ייע‪.‬‬ ‫ְׁש ֶטעל זִ יְך ִאין ִדי ַר ֶ‬

‫ערל‪ֶ ,‬דער זּון פּון ָה ַרב‬ ‫ֶּב ְ‬ ‫אקּומען ַא‬ ‫ֶ‬ ‫טֹוביָ' ז"ל וִ ויל ַּב‬ ‫ִ‬ ‫יקאט‪.‬‬ ‫יּפ ַ‬ ‫ער ִט ִ‬ ‫ֶס ְ‬

‫אֹויְך ַהיינְ ט ְט ֶרעף ִאיְך ִאים‬ ‫יׁשט‪ׁ .‬שֹוין ַא גַ אנְ ֶצע וָ ואְך וָ ואס‬ ‫נִ ְ‬ ‫אֹויפן ִטיר‪.‬‬ ‫ְ‬ ‫ִאיְך ְק ַלאּפ‬ ‫ַה ְׁשגָ ָחה ְּפ ָר ִטית! פּון ִדי‬ ‫ייע‪,‬‬ ‫ער ֶטער ִאין ִדי ַר ֶ‬ ‫הּונְ ֶד ְ‬ ‫ָהאּב ִאיְך‬ ‫אקּומען‬ ‫ֶ‬ ‫ַּב‬ ‫ֵאיינְ ס‪...‬‬

‫אר ְפן‬ ‫ִאיְך ֵמיין ַאז ִאיְך וֶ ועל ַד ְ‬ ‫ואלט זִ ֶיכער‬ ‫אטע וָ ְ‬ ‫ערן‪ַ .‬מיין ַט ֶ‬ ‫אֹויפ ֶה ְ‬ ‫ְ‬ ‫ואלט ִאיְך זָ אל ָדא‬ ‫יׁשט גֶ עוָ ְ‬ ‫נִ ְ‬ ‫ייּבן ְס ַּתם צּו‬ ‫ְּב ַל ְ‬ ‫לּופט‪...‬‬ ‫זּוכן ְ‬ ‫ְ‬

‫אל ֶטענֶ ע ַלאנְ ד‪ .‬דּו‬ ‫אר ָׁש ְ‬ ‫ַאוֶ ועק פּון ִדי ַפ ְ‬ ‫אמע‪.‬‬ ‫אטע אּון ַמ ֶ‬ ‫אּבן ַמיין ַט ֶ‬ ‫אסט ַּבאגְ ָר ְ‬ ‫ָה ְ‬ ‫יׁשט זֶ עהן‪.‬‬ ‫ַה ְלוַ אי זָ אל ִאיְך ִדיר ֶמער נִ ְ‬

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‫אטע! ֶמען זָ אגְ ט ַאז ֶמען ָהאט ִאים‬ ‫ַט ֶ‬ ‫אל ֶטענֶ ער‬ ‫אר ָׁש ְ‬ ‫עה ְרגֶ 'עט! ֶדער ַפ ְ‬ ‫ָדא גֶ ַ‬ ‫יׁשט‪...‬‬ ‫אצי! ֲא ִפילּו ַא ֵק ֶבר ָהאּב ִאיְך נִ ְ‬ ‫נַ ִ‬

‫ֶעס ִליגְ ט‬ ‫ֶע ְרגֶ עץ ָדא‪...‬‬

‫אֹויפן‬ ‫ְ‬ ‫ֶער ָהאט גֶ עוואֹוינְ ט‬ ‫עכ ְס ְטן ְׁש ָטאק‪ .‬וֶ ועל ִאיְך‬ ‫ֶה ְ‬ ‫ארט?‬ ‫ַארֹויפגֵ יין ָד ְ‬ ‫ְ‬ ‫ֶקענֶ ען‬

‫ָדא! ִאיְך ִּבין ָדא‪ ,‬וואּו דּו‬ ‫ואלט ִאיְך זָ אל‬ ‫אסט גֶ עוָ ְ‬ ‫ָה ְ‬ ‫קּומען‪.‬‬ ‫ֶ‬

‫יׁשט ַאן‬ ‫אּבן נִ ְ‬ ‫ִאיְך ָה ְ‬ ‫ערע ְּב ֵר ָירה‪ֶ .‬דער ֵס ֶפר‬ ‫ַאנְ ֶד ֶ‬ ‫ּתֹורה ִאיז ִאינֶ עוֵ ויינִ יג‪ ...‬אֹוי‪,‬‬ ‫ָ‬ ‫אכט!‬ ‫עמ ְ‬ ‫ֶעס ִאיז צּוגֶ ַ‬

‫ֶער ֶע ְפנְ ט‬ ‫יׁשט‪.‬‬ ‫נִ ְ‬

‫ֶעס ִאיז ְׁש ִטיל‪ֶ .‬קען ֶדען זַ יין‬ ‫אס ְירט?‬ ‫ַאז ֶע ֶּפעס ָהאט ַּפ ִ‬ ‫ּתֹורה!‬ ‫אטע‪ֵ ,‬ס ֶפר ָ‬ ‫ַט ֶ‬

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Hint: Each Boggle board hides a word of nine let ters or more!

Sponsored by:

HOW TO PLAY:

Find words on the board containing four letters or more. Letters of a word must be connected in a chain (each letter should be adjacent to the next either vertically, horizontally or diagonally), and each letter can only be used once in a given word. The following are not allowed in Boggle: Adding “s” to a word • Proper nouns • Abbreviations • Contractions • Acronyms

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PLAYING RULES:

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4. Two winners will be drawn each week, each of whom will receive a free razzle at the Ice Cream House!

T Z H J P P I K F S R

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3. Email the form to comments@thebpview.com or fax to 718-408-8771 by Sunday at 9:00 p.m.

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2. Once you have a winner, fill out the form below in its entirety.

C O I

1. Gather round the table to play a family game of Boggle, using this Boggle board.

Family name: _________________________________ Phone: __________________ Full mailing address: ____________________________________________________ Full name of winner: _________________ Amount of points: __________ Full names of competing players:

List some words only the winner found:

__________________________________

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4-letter words: 2 points

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5-letter words: 3 points

__________________________________

___________________________________

6-letter words: 5 points

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POINTS

7-letter words: 7 points 8-letter words: 9 points 9+ letters: 12 points

The longest word found on the board: _____________________________ A new word you learned from the board: __________________________ Only complete forms will be entered into the drawing.

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ADVANCED

BOGGLE WINNER An Ice Cream House gift card will be mailed to your address.

Family name: Meirowitz, 718-xxx-2026 Name of winner: Pessi Amount of points: 78 Names of competing players: Leah Some words only the winner found: scold, dole, peach, sole, fret The longest word found on the board: wheat

6 9 3 7 2 1 2 7 2 4 9 8 8 5 1 3 7 2 8 5 9 2 3 3 8 5 6 7

A new word learned from the board: dupe

BOGGLE WINNER

INTERMEDIATE

An Ice Cream House gift card will be mailed to your address.

Family name: Fisher, 718-xxx-9830

2

7

Name of winner: Shaindy Amount of points: 57 Some words only the winner found: heart, trace, lock, chart, clue The longest word found on the board: traced Last week’s nine-letter word: education

If the family name on a Boggle entry doesn’t match the phone number and address on record, the submission will be disqualified.

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4

7 9 6 1 5 2 4

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7 3 4 1 2 3 8 2

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CONGRATULATIONS TO THE FIVE WINNERS OF THE $5 GIFT CARDS AT TOYS4U! A $5 credit was issued at Toys4U on the account of the phone number listed on your submission.

Pearla Klein, 9, Belz

Brucha Tzippa Schnitzler, 6, Bais Ruchel

Tzippy Eiger, 7, Satmar

Batsheva Silverman, 7, Yeshiva of Brooklyn

Matty Schwartz, 5, Bais Sara

Thank you to the hundreds of readers who sent in beautifully colored pages! Keep coloring!

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By: Faigy Jacobowitz Send your colored page to The Boro Park View to enter a drawing for a chance to have your artwork featured in our pages and win $5 at Toys4U! Five lucky winners will be announced each week! To enter the raffle, email your colored page with your full name to comments@thebpview. com or mail it to 1274 49th Street, Suite 421, Brooklyn, NY 11219. Submissions will be included in the drawing only if all information is filled in. Name:______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Phone:_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Age:_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ School:_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Feel free to photocopy this coloring page for the entire family.

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To have your child’s creation featured, send a picture to comments@ thebpview.com or 1274 49th Street, Suite 421, Brooklyn, NY 11219.

Menachem Dovid Sandorfy, 4

See what Brooklyn kids can do!

‫ בנציון פיללער‬,‫ ליפא‬,‫יעקב ראובן‬

Toby Horowitz, 6, Bnos Zion d’Bobov

Shimon Mordechai Spitzer, 5, shul

Avrumi and Moishe Gottdiener

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Meilich Wieder, 2

Shiya Duvid Bochner, 6


Yossi Englander, 3

Goldy and Chany Grunberger

Zalman Posner

Nechemia Denderowitz

Moishy Itzkowitz, 11

Gestetner sisters

Esty and Zeldy Glanz, Shabbos table

Sholi Solomon, Bais Hamikdash

Falli and Ahre’la Solomon, Bais Hamikdash

Sani and Chesky Halpern, Liberty, NY

Charny Hirsch, drum

Gestetner sisters

Family Schlesinger, waiting on the line for boxes of food

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Malky, Libby, and Sury Mertz

Reuven Schwartz; Avrumi and Moishe Muller

Ruchel Silber, 5

Pinny Roth

Amrom Glauber

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Chaya Serel Scharf, 6

Menashe Bernat, helicopter

Family Goldhirsch

Liba Gitty Scharf, 10

Baruch Glatzer, 4, airplane

Meyer Kleinman, 8, Shloime Kleinman, 4, Pinny Daskal, 4

Leahla, Esty, Perela, Chany and Malky


Duddy Englander

Avrumy Sofer, scooter

Yanky, Aron, Leiby and Bentzy Miller

Yitzchok Burech Glick, 7, Ferris wheel

Shloimie Kleinman

Family Polatseck and Family Mann

Meyer Kleinman, 8

Esty and Dovi Glick, hand truck

Salamon and Rottenstein families

Suri and Fraidy Grunhut

Pessy S., 5, Gan Yisroel

Malky Weinberger, Nitra, 5

‫משה יהושע איילענדער‬

Matty and Leah Schreiber

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Classifieds FOR SALE CHOSSON/KALLAH GUIDE ruchniyus &gashmius. Free for Chassanim/kallos / mechutanim. Avail. at major seforim stores,and more places. 732-364-7191/0649 YOYA / BABY PRIDE ASTM standards, company backed warranty, available in several colors. Free delivery. 845-263-2737 or 845-587-7941 AVOCADO OIL Chosen foods Avocado oil 67.6 oz /2 liter bottle for only 21.95. Free delivery. 347 754 4669 BABY BOY SHOES nvr worn Zeebra gry vlvt Luccini blk ptnt $25 each 917623-5615 BLACK MATERNITY DRESS for every day. New with tags still on. Size M. 7182086083 CANON CAMERAS second hand, in excellent condition @affordable prices!! Most models in stock! No warranty. Shipping $5. 600 sold!! 917.789.3380 SD CARDS All sizes! Lowest prices in town! Canon/Nikon 18x55 lens-$49. Micro SD128-$30. (Willi) 929.420.0298 or 718.722.7664 ONLINE GARAGE SALE To view free giveaway items and some items for sale please visit garaj.app. Submit your free giveaways at submit.garaj.app SUPPORT PANTYHOSE 20-30 beige size petite Medi duomed; also Preggers maternity. Exc price. Call 347-581-8056 EXPRESSIONS CREDIT Selling an $1100 credit for $950. Call/text : 347-6838058

LUVS SIZE 5 2box 124ct $45 Text 347-6257253 COAT ARCADE CREDIT $250 credit for $200. Call/ text: 347-382-0461 COAT FOR SALE Black ladies wool coat from S&W size 6-8. Selling for $350. 347-271-2760 UNIKANTIK CREDIT of $3150 at a discount. call/ text 3476610403 BUSINESS FOR SALE Profitable retail buss for sale, Boro Park. Creativity needed. Serious inquiries only. 9178939196 NEOCATE BABY FORMULA now avail. $25 a can, call 347.369.4886 (we also pick up Ur extra’s for a good price). BUGABOO FOX hardly used. Brand new condition. $795. negotiable call: 917 373 2079

AQUA BLUE COAT New ADD 18m coat with fur and mittens $90 Call: (347)693-8139

MINU WITH BASSINET Black compact stroller, hardly used, like new. (orig. $610) selling for $400. Call/text 7182900135

PETITE CLAIRE BOYS SUIT black double breasted suit with matching white shirt. Size 7. New from this season. Worn once. Call/ Text 7189742411

BUGABOO DONKEY Amazing condition also includes bassinet and side basket please text 6463735425

MENS WOOL SUIT single breasted long jacket size 36x never worn great price 718-972-7221

NEOCATE BABY FORMULA $20 a can free bp delivery. 7187570696

MACLAREN TECHNO XT grey great condition 200$ 1718 854 1760 lv msg

BUGABOO DONKEY $1100. Great condition. New tires, leather handlebar. Matching footmuffs. 347 623 8971

YOYA /BABY PRIDE STROLLERS Now on sale, available in beautiful colors, ASTM standards, company backed warranty. Free delivery. call 845-263-2737 or 845-587-7941

DOONA WITH CAR BASE used for less than 10 months. blue hood. ORIGINAL $500 SELLING FOR $425. TXT 347663-0401

KORG PA3X Like new condition Beautiful Clean $1800.00 718-909-2145

CURTAIN DIVIDER Beautiful material curtain (room divider) on a track, blocks light from coming through, great condition, 9’X13’. 917-635-3619 718-4384083

ZEBRA BLACK LOAFER with chain size 24. worn twice. selling for $25 call or txt 929-214-3073

TORY BURCH burgundy flats size 6.5 new in box $110 neg 347-585-4643 lv msg

PERROQUET SHOES Black patent shabbos shoe size 22. worn once. selling for $25 call or text 929-214-3073

TOTTINI black girls dress size 2 and 4. TOTTINI robes jumper style black size 2 and 4. Good price. 347-852-8533

ONYX JEWEL Gift certificate 3477317741

LEATHER MACHZORIM Beautiful men’s Rosh Hashuna & Yom Kipor leather machzor. Great price. 347.633.4901 RAZOR JETTS Green. (wheelies). $9. 347 461 8710.

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DOONA HOOD &HARNESS Brand new in box, racing green color. call 9178580010 COCO BLANC New size 7 Shabbos black pleated skirt $30 Call: (347)693-8139

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MARY JANES Zeebra grey velvet size 21 new call 917-544-2451 NEOCATE BABY FORMULA $20 a can. Call 1347-578-5264 DOUBLE STROLLER Used denim Valco in great condition to sell call or text 718 541 7210 LITTLE CREATIVE Factory coat brand new size 10 for $150. 6465047193 FURNITURE FOR SALE like new condition due to moving pics avail call/text 3475346184 MAHOGANY WOOD CURIO with silver miniatures for sale. 347-585-8787 ANTIQUE DR CHAIRS 10 chairs $3200 call 719 306 3566 or 718 972 1528 DAYBED/ CRIB and tufted headboard toddler bed call 9178580010 DINING ROOM FURNITURE Breakfront, Table, 8 chairs. 10 years old. Must sell. due to moving. Make an offer. Call or text 347.352.1213 ITALIAN MASTER BEDROOM 10 years old. Must sell. due to moving. Make an offer. Call or text 347.352.1213 ANTIQUE FURNITURE Selling due to moving. call or text 347-661-0403 for more details.

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WESTPALM BEACH 2-Bedroom condo for sale. Lake view, new central a/c, new beds, freshly painted. Call 718-851-0445 or dovercondowpb@gmail.Com HOUSE FOR SALE 3 bedrooms and finished basement. Large backyard. Move right in. Heimish neighbors. Asking 979,000. 2326 62 street. Call/text 347721-5093 CENTER HALL COLONIAL Olympia Lane, Monsey. 7 bedrooms (2 en-suite) 9’ ceilings .58 acres. MIC. Owner: 845-369-3384/ 845598-2822 FURNISHED STUDIO APT 48/15 Ave w/fresh linen & towels. Daily, wkly, shabbos or Yom tov. 7189301648 or 7189301919 OFFICE FOR RENT 19/59 Nice large 2 room office space 550+ sq ft for rent $900 call 845 422 5323 OFFICE FOR RENT BP 13/43 Brand new. Private entrance, infloor heating, split unit ac, Approx 200 Sq Ft. Please call. 718-854-8111

SWAN LAKE FURNISHED RENTAL Brand new, 2 BR, 4 1/2 beds Full Kitch/Bath, A/C, Linen, Porch. In town, near Shul. Shabbos Weekly. 718-6860909/ 347-524-7686

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SHORT TERM RENTAL Beautiful bungalow available weekends/ Yomim tovim, 2and half BR, 2baths,w/d, linen, towels &all amenities... pls call/text 7189264773 SUKKOS RENTAL Luxury home in Highland Mills. Linen+ Towels+ Minyan+ Mikva 1-718-2188413 SUMMER HOME FOR RENT Brand new walkin level 2 or 3 bedroom in swanlake for sukkos for rent. 6465047193

HELP WANTED BABYSITTER WANTED Looking for a responsible, warm girl to babysit 2 kids in my home 2:45- 4:45 Every Monday. call/text 347-5648854 UPK POSITION in BP for experienced individual. Masters a must. Excellent Salary. Email resume: upkopening@gmail. com HELP WANTED Looking to hire co-teacher for age 0-12 months classroom and co-teacher for age 2 classroom. 917-740-7587

F/T SECRETARY POSITION available in a large Yeshiva office in Brooklyn. Good computer skills required. E-mail resume to mosodjobs@gmail.com/fax 718-619-8973 PLAYGROUP looking to hire an experienced, warm, heimishe teacher. Pls call 347-405-6776. Pls lve msg BABYSITTING JOB To pickup in BP and take 2 kids 4 days a week at 3ish between 1-3 hr 347-463-2303 TEACHER ASSISTANT female, preschool licensed, Yiddish speaking a must. Great opportunity for the right person. Email resume to Jobresume30@gmail.com JOB AVAILABLE Seeking a self-motivated, dynamic, responsible girl to do office work. Inter-personal phone skills a must. F/t. Please send resume to: jobs@ kleinsnaturals.com. SECRETARY WANTED Heimishe office centrally located in BP seeking FT female secretary. Email resume to officejob74@gmail. com or fax 877-522-3484

BP HEADSTART seeking afternoon assistant. With BA/some credits preferred. Email resume: preschooljobsbp@gmail.com

GREAT OPPORTUNITY! A Successful E-commerce company in Brooklyn NY is looking for a detail oriented and analytical individual to manage Sponsored Products Campaigns. Experience in advanced Amazon PPC advertising preferred. Great growth potential. In-house Only. Please Email resume to: jobopening138@gmail.com

BP OFFICE looking to hire a girl for full-time position. Multigirl office with a great environment. Amazon experience a plus. Email resume to BPjob2020@gmail. com

SALESLADY WANTED Looking for a sales lady by the jewelry and trimming - Add on depot in Tip Top, sewing knowledge preferred. (must be available during the summer) Please call 845.709.1649 lv msg

PLAYGROUP TEACHER Playgroup looking for full time yiddish speaking teacher. Please call 347.731.3396


JOB OPPORTUNITY Playgroup looking for a long term experienced sub. please call 347-405-6776 and leave a message. SALESMAN WANTED Established business in Boro Park looking to hire an inside salesperson. Hours 7:30-4:00. Please email resume to: bpjob11219@gmail.com SEEKING PARA PROFESSIONALS for sept. For special ed after school program. Great environment! Get Aba training! Hours: 2:45 to 5. Located: Ocean pkwy & ave L. Call: 3479399447 or email slevi@mastermindsaba.org. HOME BUSINESS Looking for a source of extra income? Build a successful business from home. No risk involved. For details call 7188515156. JOB RESUMES Need a great resume? Resumes are what we do! Dozens of satisfied customers. Reasonable rates. Fast turnaround. Call/ text 845-554-5778-email resumakerpro@gmail.com. FUNDRAISING/RAFFLE Earn $500+ by selling a Tzedakah Raffle to your circle of contacts (friends, neighbors, relatives, classmates, workmates, etc.) Call/Text646-450-4608 BABYSITTING Toddler group forming. Heimishe, warm, loving, experienced babysitter. Yiddish speaking. 14 & 44 st. References Available. 646.721.6784. PROFESSIONAL FIRM is looking to hire a full time female employee. Great potential for the right candidate. Please call 347756-0829 leave Message.

BAL TEFILLAH NEEDED Looking for bal sharchis or bal musaf for Yomim Noraim for small outdoor flatbush minyan Call 718 306 4560 HELP WANTED Heimishe busy girls office in BP Looking to hire secretary Afternoon hours 3:00- 6:00 Call 718-633-5850 b/w 10am-3pm

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TOT SPOT DAYCARE is looking for subs, short and long term. Please email: totspotbp@gmail.com or call: 718-436-0226 to put your name on the Tot Spot subbing list. WIC PROGRAM

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EXPERIENCED BABYSITTER Responsible, reliable. Avail nights, late nights etc.. Reasonable rates! Refs. avail. Serious inquiries ONLY! Call\ txt (347) 816-6406. BABYSITTER AVAILABLE in your home. Morn hrs only. Very exp& responsible! Refs avail. Call/ txt 347-816-6406. EXPERIENCE BABYSITTER at your home. From 8:453:00. Reference available. Malka 347-546-7803 PLAYDOUGH PLAYGROUP Small group. Experienced teachers. Marcy/ Hooper. Educational activities & crafts. Call us @3475289339/ 7185760773

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Classifieds SERVICES GRAPHOLOGY “Gain clarity and guidance”. Send in your handwriting/ drawing for a full analysis. Geared for adults and children 845.642.3213 SKIN CARE Edith of Ave. X natural skin care products now available in B.P. Call/text 718-812-6307 REFLEXOLOGY FOR CHILDREN specially trained for preemies, special needs and autism.private appointments & references available. 1347248 6866. GOOD BYE MOLLUSCUM Finally! A guaranteed solution to get rid of molluscum! Try the natural cream today!! Call/Text: 718675-6235 YIDDISH COURSE from the comfort of your home. Sign up now for our tele-course. 718-435-4616 MATH TUTOR All math regents levels. CLEP. SAT, GRE. Expd. Good rapport with students. Call/ text Chani Reichman 917 538-4357 ALGEBRA TUTOR Experienced CC Algebra I tutor can help you ace through the course with ease! Mrs. E. Sigal 633 - 3450

TUTOR AVAILABLE Did your child fall behind academically because of corona ? Was it hard to keep up through zoom ? Tutor available. Many yrs experience specializes in math and reading . Boro park call/text 845 587 1687 MUSIC LESSONS experienced pianist available to teach your daughter the art of music. Will teach keyboard,piano,and basic music theory. 347.486.2843 PIANO LESSONS For an affordable price. Many satisfied students. For details call 917 471 2043. EXPERIENCED TEACHER available to tutor elementary students. Specializing in math and reading. Call 9175887121 COLLEGE MATH NYSTCE for Masters in Education, CLEP, College Algebra, Pre-calculus, Calculus, Statistics, and more...Private or group. Mrs. Friedman 917-570-8591 718436-4489 MAKEUP BY RAIZY Natural, professional makeup for all your Simchas. Book 3 faces get 4th free. 347 243 9347. ONE MAN BAND For all your simchas. Great price! 845-570-1045

KALLAH SHOPPING LIST Itemized list very detailed makes kallah shopping calmer and organized. 1347534-6184 BREAST PUMPS Free hand and electric pumps through insurance, ships free. 718-831-7634 or text/email compactpumps@ gmail.com. Free gift with mention of ad PROMO SPOT For the most unique gifts, promotional items, plaques and stamp pens call 718732-0546 or email sales@ promospot.nyc PERSONALIZED CANDLES We have all colors and shaped candles with option of imprinting your personal message or logo call 845263-0171 REFLEXOLOGIST For women & children 347786-0810 CPA SERVICES Are you drowning in personal or business tax filings? WE CAN HELP YOU ! For individualized service email: myaroslawitzcpa@ gmail.com ATTENTION WORKERS Join thousands by getting the Doeihu Daily email - halochos applying to workplaces. Subscribe by email: info@doeihu.org or www.doeihu.org

P3 SERVICES Experienced P3 tutor currently working in a school setting available to work after hours with your child. Call ‪(718) 569-8247‬.

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EAR PIERCING Top quality earrings for all ages. Centrally located off 13th Ave. House calls available. Call/Text 718-6079812

GRAPHICS COURSE Learn the professional software for Graphic Designers! Photoshop classes (evening) in the heart of BP. Fantasize 718-851-4902 ext 4

GARTLECH we fix knitted & crochet Gartlech & make beautiful professional fringes. We also teach how to knit & crochet. 917-414-3281

LANDLINE PHONE Att: residents of multi family units. Landline Phones for a low rate of $18.99. email:phonetone55@gmail. com call:7183067515

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GARTEL FRINGES We make professional gartel fringes and mend gartelach. Same day service. In the heart of BP. (347) 693 4920 or 7184357644 TEETH WHITENING Professional laser teeth whitening now in b.p. July &August special $200. Call/text for more info 7184830269 ELIGIBLE FOR SSI? Need help applying? 3478026368 SIMCHA BASKET meet your guests needs so they can enjoy your simcha! Call 7185961979 to reserve your date DOONA FOR RENT Please call 7182086083 PROFESSIONAL HAIR CUTS in the heart of bp. Great prices! call 917 696 3828 JEWELRY REPAIR silver and custom jewelry sale and repair expert pearl stringing & galore clip earrings 4511 16thav (7189721064) SOCIAL SKILLS THERAPIST Experienced Therapist, specializing in teenage girls struggling with Anxiety and low self-esteem. Reasonable rates/ Now accepting P3.Call/ Text Sury 3479485701 THE HANDYFIX Handiwork by the hour. For service with a smile call Yossi @ (718) 600-4659 PHOTOGRAPHY Outdoor family portraits at affordable prices please call 347 813 0254. Lve msg MEDICARE SPECIALIST For all you Medicare Needs/ Questions call The Medicare Specialist 845-572-5012


LIGHT ALTERATIONS Please Call: 718.450.4700 APEX COMMUNITY CLASSES For cognitive development (opwdd) music, art, writing, baking, tutoring, kriah, sand sessions, gardening, and more. Monroe 8457828885 PHOTO ALBUMS Turn your pictures into a story with a custom photo album by Booked! Photo shoot albums, engagement, wedding... Email: getyourphotosbooked@ gmail.com ORGANIZE BY HINDY Organize your home/office. Refresh your place, gain more space. Call/ text 347461-7330 RESUME WRITER Applying for a job? Get your resume done by an expert for best results. Call 347-5644725 SARNO COACH One on one for women. Helping you free yourself from pain in one session. 917830-3807 A’GEORGES TREE & LANDSCAPING Tree cutting/ Stump grinding. Pruning. Sukkah clearance. Shaping. Storm damage. Feeding. Land Clearance. Cleanup Etc. 929292-0239 ROSS JUNK REMOVAL All junk removed from your home, store, offices, attics, basement, garages, lot clearance. Free estimate 347-263-1340 PROFESSIONAL EAR PIERCING child-friendly atmosphere. Specializing in newborns and babies. All earrings are hypoallergenic. Beautiful selection. 347-860-5137

WOOD REPAIR We refurbish, repair wood. Give it the facelift of ‘2020. Competitive pricing & Svc. Commercial, Residential, & Shuls. Txt 212-991-8548. TEEN HOTLINE! Attention all bnos yisrael grades 7-9! Call 641-715-3800, 339708# for inspiration on tefillah, conferences, and more fun! QUALITY RUBY A ruby for every woman! Enjoy the many benefits and segulos of millenia. Many forms for every budget. Jolly Jooly718.963.0122 HOVERBOARD EXPERIENCE Rent a mountain terrain hoverboard ages 12+ at special rates! hoverboardexperience@ gmail.com

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MATH & LITERACY INSTRUCTORS Part-time afternoon positions available for male Title 1 instructors to work in local Yeshivos. Small group-Great opportunity to gain classroom experience. Excellent pay, Yeshiva Degree/BTL/BA required.

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Classifieds HEIMISHE PERSONAL CHEF available to do your YomTov or every day cooking in the comfort of your house call/ text 9298886670 SERENITY SOLUTIONS Transform your life from inside out! Have the professional organize your home & life. Contact Chana Malky 718-809-5963 or serenitysolutionsny@gmail. com PROFESSIONAL VOICE LESSONS Maximize Your Singing Talents! Offering professional voice lessons in the heart of Boro Park. Call: 347-831-2079 or Email: voiceprostudios@ gmail.com

WASH N SETS Get your wig done today. Only $30, 17/ mid- 40s. Call/ text: 3475637098. P3 PROVIDER Available to work with your child. Specializing in reading help. Call/text 347.927.0263 MARRIAGE COACHING Suffering in your marriage? Or want to approve it? Treat yourself to life changing sessions with a relationship coach BULLYING BLOCKADE Your child a bullying target? Segulah gem that has helped children be shielded of bullying. Jolly Jooly 718.963.0122

ATTENTION TEACHERS make your lessons more exciting by recording your educational songs. Samples available upon request. Call:347.486.2843

ALBUMS we specialize in albums,wallarts and anything you might need. well priced.917-566-6343 lbgraphicsndesign@gmail.com

PUA UNEMPLOYMENT Need help applying? Leave message/text 718-673-1740

TEACHERS TRAINING Launching....The Teacher Training course you have been waiting for! Join us now! veteran and novice both kodesh and chol!presented By: F. Herman author of book” Mpowering Teachers” private and ingroup sessions. call now to register@718-388-7342.

B JEWELED Welcome back! Pre Yom Tov sale on select items. Call /text 718-812-6307 ENTERTAINMENT FOR FAMILY Big Moonwalk to rent! Great for events, Shabbatons, or Melava Malkas! Call 7184351464 SPEAKER RENTAL rock bottom rates also have mixer keyboard and other equipment call or text 216 403 6600 PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHY Upsherin, family, individual. Call today to book your outdoor photoshoot! Great prices! call: 929-210-1643 or email: snapshotsbyesty@ gmail.com

MATH TUTOR HS Common core- Algebra 1, Geometry, Algebra 2. Attention teachers: Learn what to teach for regents. Mrs. Friedman 917-570-8591 718-436-4489 GREAT NEWS! Professional graphic designer available for all upsherin labels NO FEE Email malkys1234@gmail.com WHOLESALE FISH for the Public. Salmon Fillet $5.99 per lb. Call: 347.275.5408

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FLOWER REED DIFFUSER The perfect gift for teachers, therapists and family etc. Special car size also available. Call 347 675 3443 ESPECIALLY ESCADA PERFUME (soft pink liquid)for cost price!!! Bonus size bottle! 929276-2404 DRIVER AVAILABLE many years exp. avail to do long distance trips w/ brand new minivan. Reasonable rates. 917.405.8469 PROFESSIONAL HAIR STYLING reasonable price. Evening appointments and house calls available. 12 ave & mid 40. book now 3472435168 PROFESSIONAL HAIRCUTS/STYLING for all occasions call 1917-2026497/7183023212 PRIME CUTS In 13 and 50th area. Just in time for the new school year. Pls. call 1718.223.7870 WASH AND SETS Get your wig done for for yom tov for just $15. Call 917-9200493. PROFESSIONAL HAIRCUTS for $10. Special: 2 heads $15! Call 718-633-5240

ODDS & ENDS RARE OPPORTUNITY For just $200 you can sponsor benchers for a local hall in the memory of a loved one. 646-874-4342 ZBD NEWSLETTER Receive the weekly Zichron Betzalel Dovid Newsletter with Divrei Torah and Halacha for free! To subscribe, please email: zbdnewsletters@gmail.com.

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GEMACHIM PIDYON HABEN Coin Gemach. Call Yakov Friedman. 646-419-0782 KALLAH CAPE GEMACH Brand new luxurious white fur capes for Chuppah. 718 633 - 8261


The Boro Park View LIGHTING GEMACH Lighting bars to enhance your event!929-276-2404 DOONA GEMACH For a short short period of time(or medical need). 260-DOONAZ3 (260-3666293) SIMCHA GEMACH White cubbies for miniatures,white ceramic square and round cake stands and more.‫לע”נ ברוך בן‬ -536-1742 917 ‫משה דוד‬. PACK N PLAY gemach (BP) Please call in the evening 718-851-1017 TWIN CARRIAGE GEMACH To lend yours or to rent a twin carriage for the week, season or year, please call (718) 5223891. Mint condition only. CLOTHING & SHOE GEMACH Donate free. Clothes, shoes, linens. grt cond only! more info pls call\ txt (347)816-6406. SIMCHA GEMACH Bechers, Challah cover, Benchers and challah knife for your simcha. pls leave message 1718 854 1760

BABY CARRIER GEMACH When a stroller just won’t work. Great for vacation, touring, steps etc. 845-5872449 will return messages CHUPPAH CARDS NEW! Beautiful colored cards. Tehillim, techinos & special tefillah to daven for chosson/kallah. Many locations! Msg/text: 347-8855114 CLOTHING GEMACH Accepting womans clothing size 4,6,8 &10. Perfect condition only. Pls call:929276-2404 KALLAH ACCESSORIES Large selection of: Crowns, Veils, Dektich, Trains, Shoes & Petticoats for minimal fee. By apt only. BP. 718-551-8714 REFLECTOR BELTS be seen! be safe! wear a reflector belt . 718-853-4966 SM. SIMCHA / EVENT GEMACH projector/ laptop/ speakers for your small event, gathering or simcha. min. fee. proceeds to tzedaka call 845-587-2427 lv msg.

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BLACK & PINK GOWN sis of bride. sz 4. great price. Pls call 9294090411

BP BABY GEMACH Carseats, snap n go strollers, pack n play & white bassinets for newborns 718-854-6829

D. DEUTCH BLK & WHITE Size 8-10 for sister of the bride/own tnoyim for sale. 929-287-2135

BOYS SIMCHA WEAR Gemach Yismach Yisroel sizes 9m-8 yrs 1943 50th Street 347.462.4596 Sundays 2:30-5 ‫לע’’נ ישראל בן אליעזר‬

BURGUNDY & BLACK VELVET Sis of bride gowns size 0 and 2. also grey maroon.worn once .pic avail 347-731-7741

COMMUNICATION CLASS Connect & communicate in marriage. Join and grow with success. 347-753-1071.

PRETEEN PINK GOWN (adult size 10) pls call 3477497774 for a pic txt: 7184736743

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Classifieds BLK & WHITE MATERNITY very shticky gown, size 8, great price! 347-668-9601 PEACH GOWN with green flowers and peplum bottom for sister of the bride. Size 0-2. Narrow shoulders. Call/Text 929434-7152. BLACK & WHITE VELVET Maternity Size 4-6 sister of the bride for sale 917-6016096 BLACK & BLUE GOWN Sister of bride. custom made, for 4-6 year old. $150. call/ text 7189264773 BLACK/BURGUNDY EXQUISITE Sister of bride Gown. Size 8 worn once. Call 718-514-3691 BLACK & PINK DRESS Rivky Forster custom dress for sale, Size 6-8. Call 718514-3691 BLACK/GOLD GOWN young married sister of bride size 6, call 929 271 0553 2 BLACK/WHITE GOWNS Custom made. teenage/ young married sister of bride, for rent. Sizes 0-2/2-4 718853-8577 4 BLUSH/CHAMPAGNE GOWNS adults teen and kids sizes. call/text 347-370-5279 WHITE/PINK GOWN preteen size 20, fuller cut. Sis of bride. Also Gown size 6-8 Adult cream and dk pink 718.232.2338 BRONZE/CREAM GOWN approx size 10 please call/text 347-370-5279 STUNNING PEACH DRESS for own tenoyim or sis of bride to rent or sell sz 2-4: 347-786-2330

BLACK/WHITE MATERNITY GOWN with Italian Beading. Very Slenderizing Size 16. Great Price. Call/Text 917-635-4614

BLACK/WHITE MATERNITY GOWN size 2-4 or 4-6 , 2 different styles. Please call or txt 347 663 0401 .

MECHTENISTE DRESS pre-maternity/maternity dress size small for sale. call 718-218-8702.

SIS OF BRIDE GOWN by g porges sz 4-6 champagne/blk. Also mauve/ blk adult sz 10-12 very slenderizing 3474466114

MIRI VICTORIAN GOWN size 2-4, soft pink gown. call or text: 347-528-7038 BLACK/WHITE GOWN size 0. Worn once. 718-6008266 PREMATERNITY BLACK/WHITE gown size 4 for sale. Worn once. $1500. Call/text 7186373149. PINK GOWNS Ladies size 2/4. Teen size 4/6. Kids size 6,8,10. black lace & velvet, teen 4/6, kids 8 & 10. 718-871-1688 2 SIS OF BRIDE GOWNS blush and black gowns size 0-2 (14 children) & 4-6 ladies, worn once. Call/ text 646 267 7999. BLACK/WHITE GOWN married sister of bride, size 2. rent/sale call/text 347-4614287 PINK HARFENES GOWN size 16-18. call or text: 718510-6782 GREY BEADED GOWN size 4 sister of the bride. for sale 917-601-6096 BLACK/WHITE GOWN size 12 for sale. Please call 3474966185 PINK GOWN size 0-2. Mother of the bride size 12 call 718 213 2995 IVORY PARTY DRESS size 6 call 929 271 0553

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BLUE DRESS W/ SOME COLOR approx size 6 tall. rent/sale. call or txt 3476317459 MATERNITY WEDDING/PARTY brand new, size small dress for sale. $450 Call/text 646245-0713 BLACK TULLE GOWN from Raquel size 6-8 very reasonable. Also 3 sis of bride pink gowns with black Tulle Children’s sizes 5-6/6-7/8-10. 718-930-8523 BLACK CUSTOM GOWN with designer colored beading. Rent: 500. Sell: 1500. Pls text only 3476420503 BLUE HALBERSTAM GOWNS Three coordinating new gowns . Teens 2-4, girls 16, kids 5-6 approx. text your email to 3477310632 for photos. CHILDREN GOWNS off white tulle with glitter . size 8-10 and 10-12. Call/text 9175725551 HARFENES CHILDRENS GOWN Black, gold, and white. Approximately size 7. Call: 845-356-9824 Text only: 347668-1083 WHITE DOTTED TULLE 9 magnificent childrens custom sewn gowns for rent. Sizes ranging from 4-10. 718972-1217

BEAUTIFUL GOWN adult size 10-12 for sale. Text or call for pic 3474966185 5 PINK GIRLS GOWNS Sis of bride sizes 6-14. Text: 718-930-7913. IVORY TULLE GOWNS size 6, & size 12 call or text: 347-528-7038 OFF-WHITE HARFENES GOWN kids gown size 5. call or text: 718-510-6782 WHITE W/ MAUVE TRIM Kids Gowns sizes 2, 8 and 12 for rent. 718-887-1055. WHITE TULLE GOWNS 3 adorable custom gowns sz 3,4,5 in BP. Text or leave message 845-853-0708 BLACK VELVET & GOLD 2 Gowns, Sizes 6 & 7. Call/ Text 347 370 2384 BLUE GIRLS GOWNS for sis of bride. Sizes 16 and 4. Call/text 347.524.7007 SOFT PINK GOWNS to sell size 4 and 6. Pls call 3478661379 PINK TULLE GOWN little girl size 6-7 $70. 917304-7172 CHILDRENS WHITE GOWN size 5 for sale. Call/text 3476223508 SOFT PINK TULLE GOWNS sz 4 and 6 to sell.347-8981428

LOST Pearl earring with white gold around it. Lost before Sukkos time. 347-581-8056 Black camera sx740 on the Monsey Trails.917-671-6386


pink wallet on 13th Ave with cash. Call/text 718-930-7913 white gold and pearl earring on 6/23/20 in BP 17th ave vicinity. 347-334-2847 Fuzzy baby blanket grey/ pink. 347.263.3036 Swatch watch round face silver mesh band 718-4351170/ 347-224-5101 double pearl earring with rose gold base in BP 929 271 0553 grey “SprintPack” battery pack for ventilator. 718-8548332 / 718-755-4479 Gold & white gold diamond pin between 12th & 14th Ave and 42nd & 45th St. 845-5177547 Diamond ring 5 summers ago 718-749-4792 Kids blue eye glasses on Friday night Sept. 4 in BP Pls call 347-742-2461

FOUND SD card in BP a few years ago from s/o trip to Eretz Yisrael in 2016. Call 845-274-5708 gold Chusson Watch in one of our loaner dressers, abt. a year ago. Pls contact Regal Furniture @ 718-853-6900 blood pressure monitor in bp 718-473-4657 Travel carriage on 13th Ave. 347-271-2760 Century21 card with the name David Neugarten on it. 347-520-5212 Memory card in Ruach Hachaim KJ park on 8/17. 718-435-7015 Stroller rain cover on 13th/47th. Pls call 718-4383195 USB in building 5100 15 Ave. 347 585 9397

UppaBaby carriage plastic raincover 47 bet 13&14. call: 718-438-3195 outfit/costume Made of feathers. Text to 718-755-4479 necklace in BP several years ago. On 15 ave. Call with description 917-858-3819 Money Sunday Aug 30 at Lee Turkey farm between 5&6pm. 718-853-2344 purple camera on 42nd st between 14-15th Ave. 718436-2726 Diamond pin Wed night Sept 2. 13th & 50th 718-208-6762 necklace in the area of 17-50 (718) 435-7458

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‫האדמו"ר מבאבוב ‪ 45‬איז קובע מזוזות אינעם נייעם פראכטפולן בנין "בי אן ‪ "55‬אין בארא פארק‬ ‫אונטער די בעלות פון הנגיד ר' בנימין בייטעל‬


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“It is obvious that chizuk in the learning of daily halacha with a program such as Daf HaYomi B’Halacha coupled with the words and ideals of mussar from the Chofetz Chaim can serve as a shield and a source of salvation during this difficult period” HAGAON HARAV CHAIM KANIVESKY, SHLITA SAR HATORAH AT A PAST DIRSHU EVENT

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‫האדמו"ר מדעעש בביקור אצל האדמו"ר מטשערנאביל‬

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‫‪PHOTO CREDIT: JDN‬‬

‫עצרת תפילה של רבני ברסלב בבית הגה"צ ר' יעקב מאיר שעכטער מען זאל קענען פארן ראש השנה קיין אומאן‬


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‫האדמו"ר מבאבוב בביקור בלינדען וחנוכת הבית ביהמ"ד דברי שלמה באבוב‬


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‫הילולת הרה"ק ר' בונם מפשיסחא זי"ע אצל האדמו"ר מאמשינוב ארה"ב‬

‫‪Rabbi Yosef Gesser led a trip to kivrei tzaddikim at Washington Cemetery in Brooklyn on Sunday.‬‬ ‫‪Here he is speaking at the kever of Harav Gedalyahu Bernstein‬‬

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‫שמחת התנאים לבן הגה"צ אב"ד מנחה חדשה דזיקוב וויזניץ נכד האדמו"ר מוויליפאלי‬ ‫ונכד הגה"צ אב"ד חוג חתם סופר פתח תקוה עב"ג הכלה בת הגה"צ אב"ד סקולען וויליאמסבורג‬


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