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FREE ISSUE 101 JUNE 7, 2017

‫פרשת בהעלותך‬ ‫י”ג סיון תשע”ז‬

ONCE UPON A CAMP

WHERE’D THEY GET THAT GREAT IDEA?!

DESTINATION OF GENERATIONS

Memories of yesteryear

The head counselors’ secret source of inspiration

The history of The Catskills Mountains

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Inbox

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Masterplan

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Weigh Smarter

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Parsha

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Week in Review

80 //

Forward March

R. ITZKOWITZ

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Food

THE MONSEY VIEW

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Summer Camps

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Ready, Set, Camp

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The Country

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Excursions

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FYI

126 //

Filling the GAPS

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Fun Pages

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Comics

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Real Estate

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Classifieds

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Pictures

FYI

Hiking

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WHERE HAVE THE SPINACH LEAVES GONE? After seeing the absolutely gorgeous recipe for the Shavuos salad (what a novel and delicious dressing idea!), I added the ingredients to my shopping list. But, alas, I had to go to several groceries to obtain my container of spinach leaves, as their popularity seemed to have skyrocketed overnight. Monsey, I hope you enjoyed the delightful salad. I did! Thank you for your wonderful recipes. N.B.

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SCRATCHED UP CAR I moved to Monsey from Boro park two years ago with an unscratched car (even though city cars usually have more of a “used” look, mine didn’t), but in the past two years of living here my car got so scratched up from careless drivers and bikers. Parents, please teach your children to be very careful about touching something that’s not theirs, including when opening a car door or driving their bikes near parked cars. A Frustrated Car Owner M&S SHOE REPAIR

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Unfortunately, many children have not been taught about being oiver tzaar baalei chai, and what exactly that means. They also have limited positive exposure to animals, so when they see one, many times they express their excitement in inappropriate ways, causing pain to the creature. Just like with any other mitzvah, parents and mechanchim need to take time to discuss these issues with their kids and help them understand that animals have a rightful place in this world. Even if someone doesn’t necessarily like animals, they must know that it is an issur d’Oreisa to harass them. Take some time to teach your kids how to respect the creatures that Hashem created. It will also have the benefit of helping your child to be a more compassionate person in general, not just in regards to animals. N.W.

IT’S BEEN AN EXCITING TWO YEARS As I looked over your Monsey ReView survey I was amazed to recall how much you’ve covered in the last two years. Your publication has really added a bright spot to my week! I really look forward to picking up my copy and learning something new, as well as keeping up with community happenings. My kids also love the art column and the comics. And the balloons! What a hit! Wishing you much success in the coming years. We can’t imagine Monsey without you! A Community Member

MY WEDNESDAY TREAT Thanks for an amazing magazine that you present the Jewish community with every single week. Every Wednesday I rush to the grocery to pick up the latest Monsey View, and I read it from cover to cover without putting it down even for a moment! Thank you, A Monsey View Fan

APPRECIATION EXPRESSED You are really doing a job well done! Whenever I speak to anybody on Wednesday the discussion always ends up turning to a topic written in The Monsey View. There are very few words to describe your weekly! We just love it! P.S. I feel like I must publicize my sincere appreciation to Rockland Kosher for always excelling in customer service. You never disappoint me! R.P.

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I just wanted to add two tips regarding perms. After my son has a perm done, I use Pantene’s 3-Minute Miracle Moisture Renewal Deep Conditioner (it comes in a gold tube), and it works wonders for frizz and for dry hair. I also find helpful to use Pantene curl-controlling cream (white can) when curling the hair. To add to the Culture Shock article, I have made homemade yogurts for years and I use disposable containers for storing them, or to make it even simpler, I pour it back into the milk bottle, so I can just dispose of the container when I’m done with it. I also wanted to point out that not all store-bought yogurts work alike as a culture. Experiment to see which works best. I found that Norman’s Greek works very well. Yogurt can also make great ice cream, when blended fruit is added. A Monsey Homemaker


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THE PAST YEAR, when Erev Shavuos fell on a Friday, my daughter, Rivky (who has Down syndrome), had school, whereas my younger daughter, Malky, had the day off. Malky went off to play at a friend’s house, about ten minutes away from us. I walked her there, and about two hours later I went to pick her up. Since her friend lives near a few stores, I stopped into one of them. There were a few customers ahead of me in line. It was close to 1:20 when I left the store. I picked up Malky and we started home, but Malky wanted to go into a store we were passing. I agreed because I knew we had time since I didn’t have to be back for Rivky’s bus until 3:00. It was 2:00 when we almost reached home. I was shocked to see Rivky’s bus pull up. The school did not have the time change listed on their yearly schedule or in their communication notebook. My very responsible Rivky had somehow not brought home a note about the one-hour early dismissal. Although I was not aware of the time change, Hashem was, and He made sure I should be home at the exact right time I needed to be home.

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Becoming Weigh Smarter Water in All Its Forms I DIDN’T REALIZE HOW MUCH TROUBLE I would get myself into. It all seemed so simple at the time. All I intended to do was discuss the importance of water. What I didn’t realize, however, is that while we have an abundance of water in the world, most of it is unfit for human consumption! Moreover, researching the best types of water truly became a whirlwind. The more I researched, the more complex the subject of water became. I can’t even remember the last time I saw so many different opinions on a single subject! It seems like every medical professional, coach, nutritionist and health-savvy person has a different view of what they consider pure, clean water. If we’re talking bottled water, then which options are safe? How about filtered water? Distilled water? All companies have a unique sales pitch, and it’s hard to navigate what’s best for us. Some say distilled water is great for us, while others say it’s to be avoided at all costs. Some people claim we should be taking water jugs and shlepping our own water from spring wells or clean spring sources like our great-great-grandmothers did. I found the information available on safe drinking water so overwhelming that I almost backed off entirely. And then, after a lot of thought and even more research, I decided to present the information in the clearest way possible. While I would like to start with the positive aspects of pure, clean water, for clarity purposes, I will begin with the negative aspects. Pay close attention to the types of water that most health professionals agree you should steer clear of at all costs!

Tap Water: What You Need to Know Tap water comes from the sink in your home. It’s scary and shocking to think about! I doubt that any of you would willingly drink your neighbors’ bathwater, but when it comes down to it, tap water is literally recycled dirty water from around town — from others’

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homes, filtered back to yours. Yes, it is filtered, but what does that mean? Specifically, what does that mean for our health? Here’s how it works: After the water is filtered at a treatment plant, it gets to your home through underground pipes. Some of those pipes are extremely old, and leach lead into the water. Then there is the chlorine that’s put into the water to kill bacteria — that’s where the taste and smell that many people complain about come from. Personally, I’m not as concerned about the taste and smell of tap water as I am about the consequences of drinking chlorine on a daily basis. With all the different opinions about what kind of water is the healthiest and safest to drink, I feel pretty comfortable saying that the experts have reached a consensus on tap water. It’s pretty clear to most people that tap water is the worst option available! As hard as it can be to imagine that tap water is full of chemicals — especially when you see it flowing out of your shiny faucet — I can’t imagine anyone accepting a cup (let alone eight cups) of water from a sewer where the water originally came from, or perhaps the bathtub where two of your kids rinsed off on a hot summer day! Please, unless you rely on well water that you’ve tested for toxins, use tap water only to wash the dishes and floors, or to do


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ESTY CAME HOME from school glowing with excitement. “Mommy, look what Morah gave me for a prize. It’s a special kit that makes the most beautiful pictures!” Esty pulled out a packet from her school bag with a flourish. Inside the packet were a blank sheet of black paper and a pointed wooden stick. Chaya looked with confusion at her daughter’s prize. “Esty, I don’t see how a pointy stick can make pictures on anything, let alone a plain sheet of black paper.” As Esty sat down at the kitchen table with the stick and the paper, she explained. “Well, the stick is not making the picture, and the black paper is not really black. Behind the black, the most beautiful shiny colors are hiding! All the stick really does is scratch off the black to show the secret colors. See?” Esty took the stick and began to draw a picture on the black paper. As she had explained, the stick etched a beautiful, shiny, colorful picture on what had appeared to be a plain, black sheet of paper. This week’s Parsha begins with Hashem telling Moshe to say to Aharon, “B’haaloscha es haneiros el mul p’nei hamenorah ya’iru shivas haneiros – When you light the lamps, the seven lamps shall cast their light toward the face of the Menorah.” (Bamidbar 8:2) The Sfas Emes explains that the mitzvah of the Menorah teaches us the relationship between the physical and the spiritual.

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The Menorah is a physical object that holds spiritual light. It says in Mishlei 6:23, “Ki neir mitzvah v’Torah ohr… – For a mitzvah is a candle, and the Torah light…” The light of Torah is completely spiritual, and this world is physical. Just as light needs a lamp to hold it, the light of Torah needs a vessel to reveal it in this world. The mitzvos are the channels through which the light of the Torah can be revealed. Hashem gave Klal Yisroel the unique ability to reveal the Torah’s light in this physical existence. With each and every mitzvah that we do, we create the vessel that brings the light of the Torah into this world. What’s more, the Zohar teaches that the 248 limbs of our bodies parallel the 248 positive mitzvos. When we use our body to perform a mitzvah, our physical limbs themselves become channels that draw the light into this world. The Sfas Emes takes this entire concept a step deeper. There was once a time when the light of Torah was openly revealed in this world. Chazal explain that the light that Hashem created on the first day was a spiritual light. Hashem hid that light away after the first Shabbos, and the light will remain hidden until the ultimate redemption. However, a glimmer of that light – the ohr haganuz – is revealed each Shabbos. There are seven lamps on the Menorah, each representing a day of the week. By performing mitzvos, we link the seven lamps of the Menorah to the seven days of cre-

ation, which is alluded to in the posuk above: “…the lamps shall cast their light toward the face of the Menorah …” Since the lamps are part of the Menorah, how can they cast their light towards the Menorah? Chazal explain that the three lamps on either side face the middle lamp. The middle lamp represents Shabbos, while the six lamps facing it represent the days of the week. When we perform mitzvos during the six days of the week, there is a revelation of light from those days on Shabbos as well. This world can appear to be a very dark place, just like the black sheet of paper Esty brought home from school. Our bodies of flesh can seem like nothing more than mere wooden sticks. How could our physical bodies possibly bring spiritual light into this dark world? The answer is that we do not have to create the light – the light is already there. All we have to do is reveal it. When we use our bodies in the right way, we are like wooden sticks etching away the black surface of the paper to reveal the brilliance that had been hidden away. At the same time, we must take care not to use our bodies in the wrong way. If Esty would take her wooden stick and use it to scrape the sidewalk, the tip would become dulled and could no longer function as effectively to etch the black paper. May we all be conduits of light in this world, and may we soon merit the full revelation of the ohr haganuz.


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YOU HAVE STRENGTH TO FACE YOUR challenges. This is what a morning tells you. In the night, you have sifted and stored through all the experiences of the previous day. The overwhelming senses. The exhaust of cars, the heat Henya spends the day wandering of people, the smell of baking cement on the around New York City, vowing to save her sidewalk, and melted tar on the asphalt. The friend. She discovers how much she likes it guilt, the thoughts you wish your mind didn’t supply you with, a steady stream like a host out in her new home in quiet New Jersey. to impress already satiated people with dish after dish. Your mind, your soul in its relaxation, it lets go of it all, lets it ascend to a storage room on High. And in the first wake of the morning, Henya heard a clear, distinct message. Distilled from all of yesterday, a credo for today. You must do something for Bianca. You must. She didn’t know this. She didn’t know that in the time it took for her to live through each day in this terrible wilderness of a tightly drawn circle, she had grown into someone who had something to give. That she was rich now. How could she have known? But it was true. Today, when she scooped Faivel out of his crib, lifting him first to kiss his cheek, then to sniff his wound diaper, then to the sink to wash his little And in the first wake tightly chubby fists, she knew. She turned the window knob eight times, until the window was thrust wide open. From the of the morning, shrubbery, the gossiping of the birds. Beyond that, the Henya heard a clear, mellowed sea, if a force like water could ever be tamed by the warmth of sunlight. distinct message. Sunshine was so kind here, sifted as it was through many layers of leaves. The air smelled of growing, green things. “We have to get Bianca here,” Henya told her husband while she set down his steaming coffee and three cubes of sugar on a saucer before him, then went to the counter to wrap his sandwich. “I will talk to her husband today,” Yosef Yitzchok said. Just like that. Without any doubt or opposition. He, too, knew. Or maybe he was just happy to recruit members, in the great enthusiasm he had for his town project. Maybe he was just

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happy that his wife clearly was acclimating, because in inviting someone in, we take ownership over our space. In either case, Henya decided not to concern herself with anything outside of her jurisdiction, like her husband’s motivation. She had enough on her own mind. No matter. Yaakov Heller refused to as much as listen. In fact, he laughed in Yosef Yitzchok’s face, his full mouth bent back in mirth. “You are a dream chaser,” Yaakov said to his old friend. “I am a man of reality.” “I don’t want to bring it up squarely,” Yosef Yitzchok said to his friend, who sat on a desk several lengths his girth. “But your reality… with your wife. My wife is very concerned. We thought it would be good for her to heal.” Once again, that laugh, though this time, his cheeks were heavier. “Never.” Yosef Yitzchok had many more appointments, and so he bade Yaakov Heller goodbye. “If you ever change your mind…” But Heller was already asking his secretary to let in his next appointment, and Yosef Yitzchok left, wondering if he had, perhaps in his eagerness, intruded on another’s struggle and burden. I only wanted to help. He shrugged at himself in the bronze-tinged mirror, which made him appear sallow, even to himself. At home, he told Henya over supper about Mr. Heller’s refusal. “He’s a busy man, and he likes his business concerns. He’s afraid of moving away from them.” “But that’s just a man’s way of escaping the dark hole that a lack of children throws on his home. And his wife. If he had—” What? The womanly urge to see everyone through womanly experiences, that if only home and hearth were inviting, a man would never leave? The opposite, in fact, was true. A man’s courage stemmed from knowing he left a warm home, and had one to return to, which was not a security that Mr. Heller had, not now. Moving with an unwell wife? Was Yosef Yitzchok suggesting an abyss?

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was appeased and placated. Yes. Indeed. Yes. “The dung of the cows,” he added. She drew her features together in disgust, but at the same time nodded. How was that any worse than the stench of garbage in the city’s summer heat? “The people. We need each other. Care for each other. And the boats,” she quickly reminded herself. “Oh, yes, the bay.” “And the chaise longue on the edge of the water,” Henya said. He laughed. She laughed. And finally, finally, in that shared delight, they had a family. “I’m afraid that he is not ready for “Maybe,” she ventured, “maybe it,” Yosef Yitzchok said, sad for his we can have Bianca in our house. friend. In the last two days, two fam- While Mr. Heller stays behind, atilies had contacted him, rather than tending to his business. While Bihim contacting them, with inquiries. anca rests.” Of course, they’d have to be vetted This. by the board, and the rav. But things This had been his fear all along, were getting easier, and the hardest the thing he ran from, built a town work of bringing nothings together to avoid. to weave together a something; perWho was he to run away from his wife’s needs, however skewed they seemed? But… Bianca? In their house? Sunshine was so kind Her loudness. The way she walked purposefully here, sifted as it was through the rooms of his house, as if she owned through many layers of them. The way she dictatleaves. The air smelled of ed opinions and demands and ideas, and the way his growing, green things. wife, subservient, listened, leaned in. “Henya, no.” he said. haps it was behind them. There was “No. absolutely not. And you know something about having a home in that. No.” which a wife’s satisfaction is felt. So she wasn’t rich, after all. Be“I cannot live here, be happy here, cause though she had resources now, get used to being here, so far away and she had what to give to an ailfrom Bianca, who is suffering. So, ing, depleted woman, Yosef Yitzchok whether Mr. Heller is ready or not, wouldn’t let her share them. She we need Bianca. I just know, I know felt windows between them rolling this for a fact, that this place will do themselves in and closing, as if in the good for my friend.” last few moments before a storm. She Again, the shrug of resignation. drew her strength closer to herself. There’s no forcing a person to par- “We have to,” she said. “We must.” take in his own redemption. “This place is perfect for healTo be continued... ing,” Henya insisted. “The air in the morning. The chorus of living be- Chany Rosengarten authors columns and ings. The scent of ripe fruit weighing serialized novels in leading publications. down its mother branch.” She can be reached at gchanyg@gmail. In listening to her, Yosef Yitzchok com.

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JUNE. WHEN DID IT GET TO BE JUNE? I guess the answer to that is pretty simple — right after May ended. But truthfully, if you are anything like me, most of your time recently has been spent thinking about menus, cheesecakes, making sure that the winter clothing is finally (finally!) put away and getting everything ready for Shavuos. And that was when June crept up on us. Right smack in the middle of Shavuos, on the second day to be exact. So here we are in June, a month filled with gorgeous weather, graduations and chasunos, with the promise of summer just around the corner. But what always pops into my head is that June heralds the start of camp, a pretty exciting prospect for those who are headed off to the mountains to enjoy a welcome respite at sleepaway camp. Having spent the last 18 summers making my annual visiting day pilgrimages to spend time with my kids in camp, I have had the opportunity

to see just how much camps have evolved over the years. Today it isn’t uncommon for campers to enjoy airconditioned bunks, steak dinners and activities like go-carting and sushimaking. But go back a decade or two or six, and some things in camp were different. Very different...

Mrs. Suri Kornbluh remembers going to the Satmar girls camp in Greenfield Park in the years following World War II. Girls, some as young as first and second graders, came to camp with just their Shabbos clothing. The rest of their wardrobe was provided by the camp in an effort to blur the financial distinctions between campers so that everyone could just relax and have a good time. Like most other camps at the time, Satmar camp ran in three-week sessions. There was no formal visiting day and parents were able to come up and visit their kids every week, arriving on There were no disposable school buses, which at that plates used at mealtimes, with time were painted green. Mrs. Kornbluh remembers the camp’s melamine plates that the packages her parents doing double duty on Shabbos. would send on the bus were always the highlight of her

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week. There was no main dining room at Satmar camp. Instead, food was delivered to each bunk in a tiered carrier, with each level holding a different part of the meal. And unlike today, there were no disposable plates used at mealtimes, with the camp’s melamine plates doing double duty on Shabbos: gefilte fish was served on one side of the plate, which was then flipped over to accommodate the chicken soup. “When I was a little older, my job was dishwasher,” recalled Mrs. Kornbluh. “There were actually three different shifts of dishwashers: one for breakfast, one for lunch and one for supper, and we went to camp for free because we were washing the dishes.” Dodge ball and badminton were both big in camp, said Mrs. Kornbluh, and color war was always a highlight of the summer. Girls brought projects of their own to keep themselves busy when they had downtime, including knitting and needlepoints. Melodicas, small mouth-blown keyboards, were very popular, and there were also girls who played the accordion and the flute. The arrival of special guests always caused quite a stir in camp. “There was a lady named Mrs. Zupnik who used to come to camp,”


ugh. I’m so hungry. I don’t even have the energy to cook.

said Mrs. Kornbluh. “When she would come, we would wait on the road for her and cheer when she came. She would bring presents for all the children. And when the Rebbe came, we would clean like it was Pesach. There were a lot of preparations when the Rebbe came.”

Mrs. R.K. had the opportunity to spend part of her summer vacation at Pupa’s Tzon Kadoshim camp in Livingston Manor in the mid 1960s. Mornings began with wakeup calls, intended not for the girls at Tzon Kadoshim, but for campers at the Pupa boy’s camp located across the highway. “We couldn’t even see the boy’s camp, but early every morning one of the melamdim would sing a beautiful wake-up song about avodas ha’borei,” said Mrs. K. We would hear it as well and we started our day that way.” Bnos Yaakov’s food was prepared by Hungarian cooks and even as a picky eater, Mrs. K. remembers it as being very good. “Breakfast was farina and eggs and salad,” said Mrs. K. “I remember that in the afternoons we would be at the swimming pool and the truck would come down to the pool with fresh, delicious baked cake and cases of peaches for our afternoon snack. There was kokosh cake and brownies, and the brownies were sometimes still warm when we got them.” As someone who enjoyed art, Mrs. K. enjoyed the arts and crafts. “I don’t remember bringing home anything significant, but I remember that there were things you could do on your own, like making keychains with lanyards and other projects.” While Pupa took campers on a major trip, excursions to places like water parks, Niagara Falls or Washington D.C. just didn’t happen in those days. Campers did have other opportunities to venture a little off the beaten path. “We would have nature walks in the woods,” said Mrs. K. “There was a little trail and we would take hiking sticks. We used to have treasure hunts and other old-fashioned kinds of fun.” There is something about camp that brings out the mischief in campers, and Mrs. K. recalled several pranks that she took part in. One involved sewing small sections of a few girls’ pajamas to their beds while they slept, while another late-night adventure involved snipping a few two-inch strands of hair from every girl in the bunk who was sleeping. “It was not enough hair for anyone to be upset about, but it was enough that we were able to tape the hair onto the wall so that everyone could see it when they woke up,” said Mrs. K. “We wrote everyone’s name next to their hair, and it was interesting to see the different colors and types of hair. Everyone enjoyed it, and we had girls telling us that it was impossible that

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I spent seven summers in Camp Bais Yaakov in Ferndale in the midto-late 1970s. At the time, Bais Yaakov had several newly built bunkhouses, so our accommodations weren’t bad as long as you weren’t disturbed by the long spiral strips of yellow flypaper hanging from the ceilings in an effort to try to keep the bunks relatively pest-free. We had actual luxuries like screens on our windows and electricity that worked well — unless you had more than four girls blow drying their hair at the same time. The fuses blew constantly on Erev Shabbos until we learned how to trip the circuit breaker so that we could go back to doing our hair until the fuse blew again. Bais Yaakov was well known among the other girl’s camps for its fondness for fish sticks, which were served several times a week in different variations. There were the regular skinny rectangular fish sticks, a similar fish product shaped in a circle that we called pillows and larger fish rectangles that we dubbed mattresses. Like the lake, which was always covered in a thick layer of scum, the chicken soup always had a greenish tinge to it, and we used to joke that it came from green chickens. There were no sugared cereals at breakfast, only Cheerios, Rice Krispies and Corn Flakes, as well as hot cereal that changed every day. One day we had oatmeal, the next day farina and after that wheatena, followed on day four by a combination of all three mixed together. In seven years in camp I don’t think I ever saw anyone eat that hot cereal mashup. Hike day was a weekly event where we would grab a brown bag lunch and our army surplus store canteens filled with plain old tap water and trek to exciting locations. One week

we would hike to the grocery store in Swan Lake, while another week it would be a trip to Liberty to go to Sullivan’s where we could enjoy the luxury of wandering around a real department store. Our favorite hike was a visit to Adler’s bungalow colony in Swan Lake where we would all jump in the pool and go swimming in our clothing. Ironically, hike day usually meant hiking only one way and we were all expected to bring spending money with us so that we could chip in for a car service to bring us back home. Unlike many other camps at the time, there were quite a few things that Camp Bais Yaakov didn’t have. There was no visiting day, with visiting permitted instead every Sunday as long as you didn’t leave camp grounds. There was no canteen, but if you were lucky enough to be named “chavera of the week” you had the privilege of taking a Friday afternoon walk down the road with the other similarly honored campers to Julie’s, where you could use your own money to buy pizza, falafel or junk food. And barring emergencies, there were no phone calls allowed, ever.

Like so many other things, camps have evolved over the years, and while the camps of yesteryear may have lacked certain bells and whistles, they were incredible places where we got to spread our wings, try new things and cement friendships that could last a lifetime. If anything, any shortcomings we might have had to live with, like chocolate cake that tasted like soap, or having to put Shabbos sodas into the toilet tank to keep them cold, added to the fun of sleepaway camp. And while I confess that I was more than a little homesick for the first few summers I was in camp, I am just waiting for someone to do a week-long summer camp for grownups so that I can go back and see if I can capture the magic just one more time. Sandy Eller is a freelance writer who writes for numerous websites, newspapers, magazines and many private clients. She can be contacted at sandyeller1@gmail.com.


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members. As attendees stroll through the aisles, stopping at exhibitors’ booths, they pocket samples, brochures and contact information in the complimentary royal blue tote bag, courtesy of ShaulE Events. There are The Twins from France who make everyone stop and smile, Marc Garfunkel, the astonishing illusionist, who literally reads your mind, The Amazing Bubble Show that can get you walking in a bubble, The Parrot Rebbe who charms you with his birds, The Shmelky Show, a realistic human-sized talking puppet, and a variety of magic shows that make you stop and stare. Katz’s gluten-free baked goodies will stock canteens for special-needs campers along with Quality Frozen Foods nosh and ices, and Chilla slushies will be met with joy and delight. An impressive array of crafts are displayed in their remarkable and charming beauty, targeting kids and skills of all levels and ranges. Workshops including cupcake decorating, glass fusing, jewelry beading, leather pressing, archery, Spikeball and Kangoo jumping, to name just a few of the fun activities available to campers. Mountain climbing, Bungee jumping, The Living Torah Museum and Family Fun Farm are some of many delightful venues and attractions ready to welcome camp groups. Novelty prizes, personalized gifts and promotional items proudly sporting camp logos are ready for the picking to give campers an everlasting keepsake of a memorable summer. Anticipation and camp spirit can be felt in the air! The annual Jewish Camp Expo is the showcase of an abundance of information and services crucial to every Jewish camp’s needs and upkeep, as well as any organization’s exponential growth and existence. Attendees explore and review a variety of sources for their camps’ summer daily function. Over 1,200 guests from more than 400 camps, day camps and organizations flock to the Camp Expo each year. You’ll find camp directors, head counselors, arts and crafts counselors, kitchen


managers, and many other camp staff members. Many schools, chadorim, and yeshivos take advantage of this great venue and stop in for a visit as well. Principals, resource room teachers, preschool morahs, therapists and extra-curricular advisors join in the fun to get fresh ideas. Organizations like Hamaspik, Chai Lifeline, HASC, Oorah, old-age homes and group homes peruse the booths in search of something to bring a smile to their precious charges. Even bungalow colonies, hotels and resort owners come to check out the latest. They investigate and negotiate, finding innovative ways to yield the highest rates of success for an upcoming summer. Most of the professional attendees of the Jewish Camp Expo do not visit any other trade show for their informative or buying needs. The Expo features over 150 booths demonstrating a variety of services ranging from finance and banking, insurance, equipment, supplies and furnishing, bus charters, personalized gifts and Judaica, pool supplies, kitchen design and equipment, food service, first-aid supplies, arts and crafts, premium incentives and airbrushing, attractions and day trips, shows and performances, and much more. Some vendors have been the proud exhibitors at the Camp Expo since its debut in 2006 and attendees look forward to meeting and greeting them warmly once again. There’s a sizzle of excitement and surprise as attendees encounter a new vendor and get ready to add some fresh, innovative ideas to their program. Satisfied and critical feedback is supplied while vendors and attendees plan the best summer possible for their campers. With over twenty-five years of active community service, Mr. Wassertheil has developed a keen eye to the many unique needs and sensitivities of the ever-growing Jewish communities in the U.S. and abroad. He has been a driving force and coordinator of such noted conventions and tradeshows: World Jewish Expo, Kosherfest, Kosher Food Showcase, The Jewish Business to Business (BTB) Expo, The Jewish Organizational Expo and Fundraising Conference, The Jewish Camp Expo and Conference, The Jewish Marketplace, New York Business Development Network Expo, The Jewish Builders Business Expo and Agudath Israel of America Annual Convention Exhibition, to name but a few. As he walks the ballroom exchanging greetings and handshakes with happy guests and vendors, I stop him for a few quick questions. “Mr. Wassertheil, the Camp Expo is every camp director’s dream. How did it start?” “My expos are always targeted to a specific field. Business-to-business, health, simcha, non-profit organizations and institutions... So, at one point it was brought to our attention that camps and yeshivos need new stuff and ideas every year and they have a hard

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11th expo.” “Wow! What changes have you seen over the years?” “Well, we began our first year with only 40 exhibitors… We slowly moved up every year, and the past three years we are at 150 exhibitors.” “That’s impressive! What makes

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What’s in a name? To the Native Americans it was Ontiora, which means “land in the sky,” but to the Dutch explorers, who saw sloping walls of earth (in Dutch, “kat”), and numerous creeks (“kill”), it was the name still in use today: The Catskills. Indeed, the Dutch presence would remain; Kaaterskill, Kauterskill and Caderskill can still be found on maps of the area. There are other mountain ranges in the Northeastern section of the United States — among them the Adirondacks in upstate New York and the Poconos Mountains of Pennsylvania — but for generations of Jews, “the mountains” would be the Catskills. Synonymous with fresh air, tumbling creeks and picturesque lakes, and an escape from New York City, the Catskill region would become the most popular summer destination. The first recorded sale of land in the Catskills is in Livingston, New York to “Jacob the Jew.” We know nothing else about this first Yiddishe landholder. A Jewish presence in the area is not listed again until 1825, when a Major Mordecai Manuel Noah purchased a large tract of land on Grand Island in the Niagara River. He had dreams of building a Jewish utopia, and the cornerstone that was laid reads: “Ararat: a city of refuge for the Jews, founded by Mordecai Manuel Noah in the Month of Tizri, Sept. 1825 and in the 50th year of American Independence.” Major

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Noah’s grand plan never materialized, both Jews and non-Jews dismissing it as a fool’s dream. A Jewish presence was attempted once again in 1837, when a Polish Jew, Robert Carter (perhaps not the name he used in Poland), leased several hundred acres in Ulster County. Greeting new arrivals at Castle Garden, he convinced five families to come to the natural beauty and pastoral life available in the Catskills. They were followed by 12 more families in 1838. They called it “Sholem” and built a shul and a store. However, the soil of the region is not terrain that lends itself to successful farming. The community records show a plea to the Congregation Shearith Israel in Manhattan for financial support, which was not forthcoming. By 1841 most of the families had put their land up for sale, and within a few years, all signs of this early Jewish presence was gone. The Jewish utopian dream was doomed to failure, as they did not take into account the very diffi-

cult conditions for farming in the Catskills. However, the conditions were good for another type of industry: tanning, the production of leather goods, boots, saddles and army uniforms. The Mexican War in 1846 drove up the demand for all these items, and in the 1860s the Civil War would be the blessing and curse for the natural riches of the forests of the Catskill Mountains. The lush forests of Hemlock and Oak trees became the fuel that the tanneries would use in massive quantity as well as providing housing for increased population this industry would bring to the area. The goods produced could not be transferred by the traditional horse and carriage. More train tracks were laid, and this increased accessibility to the Catskills would be an important factor in the region’s future world. But the mountains paid a high price: Forests were diminished, and the chemicals and acid waste of the tanning process were dumped into the natural waterways, rendering the soil even less fertile for vast tracts of farming and crops. The Catskills, however, were on the map, for better or worse. The post-Civil War period shows a significant increase in population of the city, leading the citizens of New York City to see the Catskills as a “vacation” area with fresh air and extraordinary natural beauty.


had the following advertisement: “Centerville Station – Glen Wilds Jewish Boarding House, 5 miles, accommodates 40, transportation free; new house, prepare your own meats, raise your own vegetables, scenery unsurpassed, Jewish faith and customs throughout, good airy rooms.” Establishments advertising “Dietary Laws Observed” became the unofficial guarantee that Jewish guests were welIn 1823 there had been one “hotel” called the Catskill Mountain House which stood not too far from the Hudson River, but half a century later, the Catskills were the desired retreat for far more of the city’s residents who sought an accessible escape from the increasing population, heat and dirt of the streets of New York City. The Jewish population of New York City were no less aware of this retreat. In 1880, Charles Fleishman, an extremely successful Jewish entrepreneur (think Fleischmann’s Yeast and distilleries) purchased sixty acres in a place called Griffin’s Corners and changed the name to Fleischman’s. He proceeded to build a huge summer manor, including a deer park, huge swimming pool and horse stables. The Jewish citizenry of New York City were not particularly welcome in the walls of the gentile hotels and vacation spots. Signs began to appear, reading, “Hebrews need not apply,” and even the prominent banker Joseph Seligman was refused when he attempted to register for guest rooms. In the 1890s, Simon Epstein took his boarding house, the Grandview Hotel, up to Hunter, New York and welcomed his fellow Jews. In 1899, the listing referred to as “Summer Homes,” which had previously had establishments prohibiting Jewish guests,

come. During the period of 1890–1920, over 10 million immigrants from across the ocean would cross the Atlantic to seek a new life of opportunity. In that period, two and a half million Ashkenazic Jews came to make the Lower East Side their home. That is equivalent to over 700 people per square acre. Five- or six-story tenement buildings would house several families per floor. Most had no proper plumbing, lighting or sanitary conditions. Disease and sickness were rampant. The clean air of the Catskill mountains, the fresh food and the idea of fresh dairy became an escape from the nightmares and disease of the streets, particularly in the sweltering heat of the summer months. To treat tuberculosis

patients, Dr. A.L. Loomis opened a sanitarium in the Catskills in 1896. The Ontario and Western Railroad printed testimonials from doctors and provided guides to places in the mountains that were available for those seeking a haven and possibility of escape and even cure for the disease. The Jewish population of New York, particularly those suffering in the stifling, germ-ridden streets of the Lower East Side, had long been aware of the Catskills. A gentleman by the name of Yana Gerson set up dairy farm in an abandoned farmhouse near Woodridge. It would be the first officially registered Jewish farm, setting the pattern of a dairy farm which would become a “boarding house” open to city

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dwellers to benefit from the wonders of the country air. In the first decade of the 1900s, records show that over 1,200 farms near Ellenville alone were sold to Jewish buyers. These would be dairy, chicken or local produce farms, the farmers servicing the ever-growing hotel and summer population of the region. The Eastern European and Russian immigrants would initiate the unique concept of “country life.” In effort to be able to enjoy the benefits with the least expense, the “koechlein,” was created. The meaning “cook alone” hardly seems to correctly describe the actual situation. Several families shared a communal kitchen, each mother doing the cooking for her own family, using her own utensils, and bringing their own linens. Needless to say, the necessity of sharing burners, refrigerator space, even, in some cases, living quarters divided by curtains, “cooking alone” was definitely not the best description. But the outdoors was the emphasis, and diaries and memoirs of the period reflect the freedom and delight of the summer residents. When working parents could not bring their children, adult relatives might bring up several children in an effort to escape the streets of Manhattan. Summer camps were a luxury available only to those with financial means, until benevolent societies began to fund and establish summer camps for city children. By 1927, over 9,000 children per season were being sent to summer camps through various Jewish philanthropies. Farms and boarding houses serviced ever-growing numbers of Jew-

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ish visitors. In 1914 ,the farmhouse/ boarding house owned by the Grossinger family moved from the original farmhouse into a formerly non-Jewish hotel. “No Hebrews Accommodated” was now a thing of the past. Realizing the boon to the economy, the citizens of the moun-

BUNGALOW LIVING The term “bungalow,” comes from India where it was originally used to describe a house built in the Bengal style — a detached, one-story structure with a wide veranda. It was first used in English in 1696 to describe “bungales or hovells” for English sailors of the East India Company. Ironically, it was used in the late 19th century to describe large country or suburban houses. This is not exactly what we think of as a bungalow; the original Catskill examples being fairly rudimentary, providing minimal sleeping space, the outdoors being the emphasis. Considering that the early bungalows lacked indoor plumbing and often had several families in communal kitchens, it does lend a certain humor to the original term.

tain communities swallowed their latent anti-semitism and began to accommodate the ever-increasing Jewish summer population. “Koechlein” also become more upscale, and hotels began to offer more luxurious accommodations and activities geared to adult and children visitors. Realizing that guests wanted their specific lifestyles accommodated, hotels became more specific, catering to those who wanted “kosher-style”

cuisine or even activities to those requiring more rigorous adherence to Jewish law and lifestyles. Bungalow colonies began to build swimming pools and provide day camps for residents. The simple barebones accommodations became singlefamily, often with indoor plumbing, two bedrooms and room to sleep in the kitchen. Early bungalows had limited luxuries, but the attraction of outdoor air and freedom for children was unchanged. Bungalows, for those who could afford them, became summer homes. Progressively, each area’s Jewish population became primarily frum, ranging from Chassidic to Litvish, Yeshivish and whatever description one might choose to use. Summer camps would grow as well, serving hundreds of children each summer. Some were privately owned, while others were under the auspices of major Jewish umbrella organizations. Yeshivos and Jewish institutions in the city would migrate as a whole to the mountains for the summer months. The world of the Catskills of today is vibrant and alive and still the very special place children await most of the year. “The mountains” are an integral part of the lives of so many families. For many, they return to the same colony year after year. So what’s in a name? Call it “the Catskills,” “the mountains,” or simply, “the “country,” but for generations of American Jews, it is synonymous with summer months, escaping the crowded stress of city living, and reveling in the wonders of natural beauty, relaxed living and warm friendships.


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RUACH HACHAIM PARK

This is a trip worth the traveling even if you are not en route to the Catskills. Ruach Hachaim park in Kiryas Yoel, Monroe offers separate boys’ and girls’ sections with a variety of interesting and really fun activities. Sandboxes, tunnel slides down a hill, a variety of climbing equipment; it truly is a child’s wonderland!

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Hitting the trail? You never know what the future will bring, so be prepared for any emergencies with these 10 items: • Map • Compass • Sunglasses and sunscreen • Extra clothing • Headlamp/flashlight • First-aid supplies • Firestarter • Matches • Knife • Extra food/water

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• Chaverim has a highly trained wilderness search and rescue team to help locate lost hikers • There are nearly 40 members trained for hiking emergencies. • The SAR team trains 4 hours a week, in all sorts of conditions and times of day and night. • 15 wilderness-related emergencies are handled per year, on average. • The longest successful search took 8 hours. • There are over 200 miles of local hiking trails and 46,000 acres of New York State wilderness that people can become lost in.

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• CRACK CLIMBERS use cracks that occur in rocks to ascend vertical slabs of stone. They wedge their fingers and bodies inside cracks and pull themselves upwards. • FACE CLIMBING involves grasping little irregularities on rock to haul oneself upwards.


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• Mount Everest is considered the most challenging mountain to climb. • Everest stands 29,029 feet tall. • At Everest’s highest point the oxygen is ⅔ thinner than what most people are used to breathing. • Winds at the top of Everest can be over 200 miles per hour. • An average day of hiking Everest can burn 10,000–20,000 calories. • Hiking Everest costs between $36,000–$110,000. • Costs for hiking Everest include gear, guides, flights, accommodations, and a $10,000 permit.

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• The longest hikable trail in the U.S. runs 4,600 miles from North Dakota to New York. • The most dangerous hike in the world is Mount Hua Shan in China, and features thin wooden planks that hover thousands of feet in the air. Hikers hook their safety ropes onto metal hooks hammered into the rock wall above the planks.

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SO, SERIOUSLY. For all good intent and purposes, what in the world do you eat? If I’d save a dime for every time I heard that question, I would be on my dream vacation in Venice by now. Honestly, on the diet we ate many delicious meals consisting of wholesome, real food. The diet is very detailed moving from an introduction, through various stages, up until the full GAPS diet. It is quite customizable for those suffering from allergies and sensitivities, but the following are the basic food groups. (Ideally the GAPS diet should be followed with the best quality organic food items.) BONE BROTH. Bone broth is an absolute staple and a large part of the diet each and every day. Broth is loaded with minerals, amino acids, collagen, gelatin and other goodies, making it a digestive elixir that helps heal inflammation and seals the gut lining. A good bone broth is quite inexpensive as it is made from bones and joints of chicken, turkey or meat which butchers give away almost for free. Simply bring a pot of water and bones to a boil and allow to simmer for 6–10 hours. I’d throw in some onions, squash, and carrots for flavor along with sea salt. Shiffy would

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lap it up eagerly and then she’d chomp on the soft bones, sucking the marrow like it were sweetest lollipop. I would literally see a difference after every plate of soup. (Okay, not every plate. We women and our emotions can get carried away sometimes. More like every second plate…) FERMENTED VEGGIES. Another staple and an absolute necessity is fermented veggies (fermented dairy plays a vital role, too. More on that later.) The beneficial healthy bacteria found in fermented food is the best probiotic you can take. Fermenting boosts the nutritional content of the food and is intensely gut-healing. Real, old-fashioned pickles and sauerkraut make a delicious side to boiled meat and poultry. While organic, naturally fermented veggies can be found at health stores, we enjoyed

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products do not contain lactose and are predigested by the fermenting microbes, which makes fermented milk products very easy to digest. Milk should be out at this stage. However, butter and ghee (clarified butter) is allowed and highly recommended. For patients with dairy sensitivities, proper guidance will explain how to introduce dairy safely. As the gut lining starts to heal, many who used to react to dairy are able to introduce those products. Goat milk products are often better tolerated by GAPS people than cow milk products. Gertner’s raw goat kefir was the most beloved breakfast item in my house. Mixed with date syrup or blended fruit, it was truly a treat. BEANS. Navy beans, lima beans, lentils, split beans and string beans make wonderful meals. All other beans and legumes are generally very hard to digest and are too starchy. It is very important to sprout beans or at least soak them in water for a minimum of 12 hours before cooking to remove some of the hard-to-digest substances. NUTS AND SEEDS. Nuts and seeds are highly nourishing and are very rich sources of magnesium, selenium, zinc omega-6 and omega-3 oils. Nuts and seeds should be fresh and not roasted, salted or coated. Pure nut butters are wonderful for baking and snacks. Seeds like sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds, etc. should ideally be soaked in water for about 12 hours to make them more digestible for really sensitive patients. Nut flours are also great for baking. We made the most delicious cakes, cookies, muffins, breads and crackers with almond flour and coconut flour. HONEY AND SWEETENERS. Raw

Every time, after the daily dose, my kids would wish each others L’chaim! honey has a lot of health-boosting properties and can be used for baking and as a general sweetener. Dates and date syrup work really well, too. SEASONINGS AND SALT. Dried herbs, sea salt and black pepper are allowed on the diet and make plain food so much more interesting! Standard table salt should never be a part of the diet. BEVERAGES. It is extremely important to keep hydrated to help the body flush out toxic substances. A GAPS patient should drink lots of water! Some other options are freshpressed fruit/vegetable juices, tea — especially with ginger and lemon, and freshly made coffee without milk (not instant). These can be made into ices, too! Drinking with meals is not advisable as it interferes with digestion. Alcoholic beverages like dry wine and vodka are permissible in small amounts on rare occasions, but beer must be avoided. SUPPLEMENTS. A quality probiotic supplement is the easiest way to ensure your body is populated with the bacteria it needs to avoid inflammation. It is not a substitute for fermented foods, though! Choose one with the most strains of bacteria listed on the label. I got a powdered probiotic which I added into Shiffy’s bottle once a day. Cod liver

oil is another important supplement as the severe vitamin D deficiency that many GAPS patients have can have an overall effect on healing. I got a lemon flavored one which came in a pretty glass bottle and the kids officially called it “bronfen.” (Every time, after the daily dose, my kids would wish each others L’chaim…) Stomach acid and digestive enzymes are often supplemented as well, and should be discussed with a certified practitioner.

Getting off the Diet Depending on the severity of the issues, the GAPS diet is usually done for 1–2 years. The patient needs to have at least six symptom-free months and display normal digestion before foods not allowed on GAPS are introduced. It is very important not to rush with this step. The first foods to be introduced are potatoes and gluten-free grains (buckwheat, millet and quinoa). Only one food at a time is introduced in very small amounts and you need to watch carefully for a reaction. If there are no reactions, the amount of food can be gradually increased. New starchy foods always need to be served with plenty of healthy fats to slow down the digestion of starch. Gradually, you will be able to introduce more and more foods, but it may take several months to do this properly. It is important to note that a GAPS patient will never be able to go back to a typical SAD diet loaded with sugar and harmful additives. It’s my utmost wish in writing our story, that you will be inspired and empowered to make educated and healthy choices with the strength, wisdom and insight that Hashem has blessed us with. Zul zein tzu gezunt!

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It’s been two years and 100 issues since The Monsey View first entered your life. Can you believe it? Over this time we’ve addressed many topics ranging from health concerns to Do-It-Yourself projects and beyond. Take a stroll with us down Memory Lane as we reView what we’ve shared with Monsey. Let us know what you’ve enjoyed best!

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Here’s a recap of some of the topics we’ve featured in our issues. What were your three favorite categories? (Write the letters of your three favorite categories here: ______________________)

a. COMMUNITY-SPECIFIC ARTICLES: Nostalgia in the Nosh Aisle, article on Traveling Chassidim, Know the Code, cleaning help in Monsey, exercise options in Monsey, interview with frum hypnotist, etc.

b. INFORMATIVE RESEARCH ARTICLES ON VARIOUS TOPICS: MRSA, misophonia, melatonin, science and spirituality of music, spicing guide, greenhouses, nursing homes, Inositol cookies, canning foods, rental laws, ticks and Lyme disease, Fulton Fish Market, etc.

c. PERSONAL SERIALS: Energy, Makeshift Yeshiva, Fountain of Youth, Filling the GAPS, etc.

d. FICTIONAL SERIALS: Jerusalem Stone, Sun on Stone, Forward March

e. STORIES AROUND TOWN

f. WEEKLY FOOD SECTION

g. SPECIAL FOOD FEATURES for Yomim Tovim and events

h. DIET AND EXERCISE: Weighsmarter, The Balancing Bochur

i. DIY PROJECTS FOR ADULTS: sewing, home repairs, cutting bangs, payos perms, building a shlack, creating a cozy nook, headbands, Purim costumes, face painting, etc.

j. CHILDREN’S ISSUES: Kids First, Wellspring, Making it to Pesach with Peace (Perl Abramowitz)

k. HOME DESIGN: Making the most of small spaces

l. ORGANIZING COLUMNS: D’Clutter and MLM organizing

m. TIPS: hat care, flower care, car care, laundry tips, fasting tips, tips for hosting, adaptive living supplies, etc.

n. PURCHASING GUIDES: comparative shopping for exercise equipment, appliances, etc.

o. EXCURSIONS: weekly summer excursions

p. PULL-OUTS: Excursions Yom Tov supplement, Spanish/English guide, Learn to Draw

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Where do you pick up your copy of The Monsey View every week?

On which day of the week do you generally pick up The Monsey View?

Which area do you live in? (Chestnut Ridge, Monsey, Skver, other communities, etc.)

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It became the topic of conversation that day.

Did you hear what happened today in Yeshiva?

What a great answer to such a complicated question! One of the great gaonim must have written the note.

An anonymous person put a note in Rav Gedalia’s sefer. No one has come forward to say he did it.

After a while, it happened again: A difficult question arose during their learning.

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Another note was found in the Rosh Yeshiva’s sefer. Such a brilliant, clear answer! Who’s hiding these notes? It’s really a mystery!

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By Ann Zeilingold

Real Estate Underwater Mortgages: Behind in Payments IF A FAMILY FINDS ITSELF unable afford their mortgage payments, they are not alone. In fact, 3.2 million households end up in that position, according to Black Knight Financial Services. In Issue 99, we discussed underwater mortgage, but we discussed loans where the owners of the homes are maintaining their mortgage payments. What about the homeowner who cannot, and has not, been paying their mortgage payments? This subject is a very difficult one, and one that is very hard for a homeowner to face and grapple with. It is easier to just hide one’s head in the sand. But that is the worst thing to do. Last week I heard a story from a local realtor. It seemed a man had passed away, leaving his home to his children. The father had been sick for two years, and it seemed in the two years of his illness, his bills were not paid and his home was in foreclosure. No one knew that he had been in financial distress. The heirs had called the realtor to find out the value of the home. She looked up the home and saw that the legal pre-foreclosure documents had been filed and recorded, and she told the children about it, but by the time the children were finally ready to sell the home it was too late. The bank foreclosed on the house, with all its contents. There was even a new car in the garage. This house had about $100,000 of equity in it. What options are available to someone in distress? 1. LOAN MODIFICATION. One of the most overlooked options out there is loan modification. Before going into foreclosure, the bank will probably be willing to negotiate. The last thing they want to do is foreclose on a house. One’s lack of payments has forced them into this decision. Therefore, if you can figure out a payment plan that will get you back on track, the bank will be more than happy to help you out. They want to keep you in your house and keep the payments coming in. Otherwise, they will lose a significant amount

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It is easier to just hide one’s head in the sand. But that is the worst thing to do.

of money and be forced to sell a house that they don’t want. When it’s time to negotiate, the bank may be willing to change several things. They might be able to give one a new loan with a lower interest rate depending on what the prevailing interest is at the time. If one can get a lower interest rate, one may be able to keep their house with a lower monthly payment than one originally had. The bank also might be willing to waive all of the late fees and payments so one can get back on track. Starting from square one again is a great way to get the situation under control. When a lot of payments are piling up, they can seem overwhelming, whether one can afford them or not. A good loan modification could get a homeowner back on his feet. 2. SHORT SALE. This is when a home that is underwater is sold and the bank agrees to accept a lower figure as payment in full. An example would be a house that sells for $400,000 and


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the seller actually owed the bank $500,000. The advantage of a short sale is that the home seller can sell the property, not have the bank actually foreclose and then once things turn around, they can get a new mortgage loan in as little as three years later, while after a foreclosure, one had to wait four to seven years. 3. SELLING THE HOME. Because house prices have gone up, potential short sales of the last few years have turned into possible normal sales today. A homeowner in distress may even be able to come out of the sale with some money to move on. 4. BANKRUPTCY. Bankruptcy is another legal way for a homeowner to delay a foreclosure sale, and possibly through the bankruptcy action, enter into negotiation with their lender to either modify the mortgage loan, or reinstate it. Possibly if the bankruptcy discharges personal debt, the homeowner now will be able to pay the mortgage. 5. DEED IN LIEU OF FORECLOSURE. This is a legal way for a homeowner to “give back the house.” Some people just cannot deal with the stress, uncertainty, letters and notices etc. They just want it to be over. Before making any decisions, it is imperative to speak with the right and competent professionals — sooner rather than later. Some of the professionals that one should speak with are: a realtor, to determine value and marketability, a real estate attorney, a bankruptcy attorney, a foreclosure defense attorney, an accountant, a mortgage professional and a credit repair specialist.

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NEW LISTINGS! POMONA Modern and updated contemporary 5 bedrooms; large flat property surrounded by lovely landscaping. Open floor plan; large dining room and family room. Come see this great house for yourself! Bonus! Low Taxes! Open House Sunday June 11th White Birch Dr. 2-4 p.m. Bright and beautiful 6/7 bedroom colonial on large cul-de-sac property . Large eat-in kitchen, family room and great room with cathedral ceilings, Many amenities such as finished bsmt with second kitchen. Very desirable location! SUMMER RENTALS AVAILABLE CALL LONNA 914 548 0870 FOR DETAILS

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268 S Main Street New City, NY 10956 PROPERTIES AVAILABLE FOR SALE/LEASE stOR lAflE

14 North Main Street Spring Valley, NY 6,000+/- SF, two story Limestone building built in 1912 on a signalized corner. Upgraded electric, c/ac, replacement windows. Zoned GB-General Business. Bathroom on each floor. List Price: $1,575,000

271 Route 59 Spring Valley, NY 2,214+/-SF two story office building. Parking for up to 20 cars. Excellent development opportunity on heavily trafficked Route 59. List Price: $999,000

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2 Campbell Avenue Suffern, NY Great location across from Good Samaritan. This former restaurant location on 1.24+/-acs is perfect for office, medical, rehab. Plenty of parking. Offered for lease @ $7,5000/mo For Property Information or to schedule an appointment contact: Paul Adler, Esq. Yisroel “Izzy” Holczler Rand Commercial Rand Commercial NYS RE Associate Broker/Regional Manager NYS RE Salesperson 845-770-1205 office 845-641-4155 mobile paul.adler@randcommercial.com izzy.holczler@randcommercial.com www.randcommercial.com


Classifieds FOR SALE DODGE CARAVAN with built in car seats year 2000, asking for$2000, 845596-7546 CHEVY MALIBU 2004, 135K in running condition. $1200 Please call 845-746-1888. CHEVY VENTURE 2003, With 170,000 miles, for $850. please call/text 845263-6665 HYUNDAI SONATA GLS 2010 with 110K miles. Great condition, runs perfect. Call/ text 917-776 6070 TOWN & COUNTRY 2001 with 110K miles, runs very well. Call/text 917-776 6070 TOYOTA CAMRY XLE 2007, 109000 highway miles leather seats sunroof fully loaded, have all maintenance records have carfax call 845461-3084 GMC TERRAIN 2012, great condition. call for inquiries 19176911684 CHINA/BOOKCASE wall unit. Good condition. Call 845-422-7645 ITALIAN MASTER B/R Furniture Buffet and night-table with marble top. Armoire and headboards. Great condition. 347-5249698 BATHROOM VANITY Solid wood, top quality in white. New in box. 25x19. $150 OBO. Please call 845425-2460 MASTER B/R FURNITURE in perfect condition $1850 call 352-4875

BEDROOM FURNITURE 2 44” mattress and headboards, night table, armoire, and dresser. 845.587.7493 BUFFET Dark brown. 60”wX20”dX40”h. In excellent condition. Call or txt 845-323-1934 MASTER B/R in perfect condition, 4 years old. Pls call 8455963406 MASTER B/R About 8 yrs old. Great condition! Call: 918-1753 DINETTE SET tempered glass table with 8 leather chairs 2 years old also 2 unit seforim shank 8455385420 D/R SET 6 Chairs and Table to give away due to moving, good condition. Call or Text: 917853-7046 2 COUCHES coffee table, corner table, all in perfect condition for just $650 call 845-746-1683 72” MARBLE TABLE. Slightly used $2,500 Value. Selling for $1,900 Please call 347 885 4618 D/R FURNITURE Lightly used, in excellent condition, Please call 845662-7055 SEFORIM SHANK 4 door, and velvet upholstered couch. Can sell separately please call 845662-7055 D/R TABLE in good condition for $500, 8 feet long, with leaves. please Contact: 917-600-1577. GE DRYER New, call 8456599038

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// for sale // homes JEWELRY DISPLAYS Gently used, for slat-wall. incl. glass shelving, hooks, velvet displays and lots more $500 OBO. Call/text 845659-2057 DINETTE SET 5 foot glass table & 6 Leather look Upholstered chairs$400 Please call 845-4252817 SOLID WOOD TAUPE bookshelves. Over 8 feet tall. Four bookcases in total. Call/ text 248-798-9078 DRESSER AND ARMOIRE Wooden, good for boys room - 300.00 call 914-393-2009 CHINA CLOSET 6 door, mahogany $500 845 641 0857 SAMSUNG OVEN 5 burner w/ grill. used for fleishig. Gently used for 4 months. please call 845-6309523. GE DRYER Almost new with warranty, brand new condition Please call 845-274-6997 KITCHEN APPLIANCES used stainless steel, great condition also 3 door breakfront And 2 unit seforim shank -641-2745 AIR CONDITION Brand new Impecca 18000 BTU A/C for sale. 220 V. Orig $450 + tax now asking only $300. 845-8253517. WASHER/DRYER Whirlpool Cabrio, excellent condition. $500 for the set or best offer. Call/text 3476284243 AIR CONDITION Frigidaire 8000 BTU In a great condition for only $100! Just call: 845.570.3727

MAYTAG DISHWASHER stainless steel still in box (845)426-2836 BLACK GE STOVE and fridge freezer due to moving (845)426-2836 JEWELRY SALE second-hand real jewelry. Call 845.587.2331. HOOP EARINGS 14k yellow gold. With a row of sapphire and diamonds or emeralds and diamonds. $500 Call: 845-538-0127 INGLESINA CARRIAGE with big wheels call 347 790 2619 KIDS PICNIC TABLE Step Two Junior picnic table, for 4 kids up to age 4, excellent condition. $35 263-7172 TEFILLIN PARSHIOSF nusach ari. Please call. 732569-0568 WOOPI WITAG New 100% cotton top & skirt cream white & grey sparks size 176 org 112 845 3711732 HAIR CUTTING CHAIR 845-356-1481 MOUNTAIN BIKE New 15-speed Rand Roadwarrior mountain bike, $170. Call (845) 538-5329 DELL COLOR Multifunction Printer model E525W, new Asking $190. (845) 538-5329 BUGABOO HOOD for bugaboo frog. New condition. Call/text 8455387161. WURLITZER PIANO w/BENCH, all keys work, Near Monsey, 845 3006031


KALOO WOODEN CRIB Great condition. 845-2621605 CANON EOS T5. Excellent condition. Please call 845-425-3015 BUGABOO B HOOD brand new condition. mustard yellowish color for $ 30 please call 1-845-783-3316. YAMAHA PSR-433. $150. Stand, mixers and cables also available. Please call 845-425-3015 PATACHOU SHABBOS BUBBLE. New, white, could be worn for boy or girl. Selling for $30. Call:845-538-0127 OUTDOOR TOYS: little tikes square picnic table w/umbrella and sand box w/ attached tractor for sale $25 each. 425-1937 BUGABOO CAMELEON purchased in 2013. 425-1937 SHIRT PLACE SHIRT size 15 1/2 32/33 for $20 call/ text7322785231

TWO PARAKEETS (teal and light green/yellow) + cage and accessories 290.9409 39” MB MATTRESS in good condition 4 sale, $100 OBO. Will deliver. 845-4251346

MIKASA DISHES service for 8. Brand new. 347 - 581 - 1053

36 GAL FISH TANK new bow front $50 Call 845 521 9543

MICROPHONE SET 2 mics & 2 20’mic(xlr) cables+hard case in excellent condition, only $30, call or text 845-422-5516

WHITE FABRIC COUCH $125 Call or text 845-6419443

CONDOR POCKET WATCH 14k gold, with chain. Engravable. Looks new. $700, regular $1,125. Call 845-2745559

KEYBOARD STAND (Z-style) in great condition, for $40 or b/o, call or text: 845-587-7430

MAHOGANY BABY CRIB with mattress $250 Call or text 845-641-9443

SNAP-N-GO CARRIAGE please call 5177128

DINI WIG NEW, dark, barely worn, cut & color. $2300. Text: 845-587-0978

SEWING MACHINE in cabinet very good condition $40 call 201-2369625

SWIMMING POOL 12 foot round with filter. Easy-set Intex. 347 - 581 1053

SELLING DRONES Cheaper than regular store prices. Any brand any drone. call 352-6963.

UPRIGHT PIANO Petrof- pristine, mahogany gloss w/ matching bench, great sound, pix available. Two thousands, negotiable Text 201-538-7461

ARTSCROLL GEMARAS Assorted mesechtas. English edition. $15 each. 8455216886 GEDOLIM PICTURES large selection of pictures all sizes with or without frames 845-269-0588

DRUMS 7 PC PEARL Pristine, 6 Zildjian cymbals,HD hardware w/ cases & trap case, & extras. Text 201-538-7461

NEW CRIB white, $225, please call 845875-4041.

2 NEW 33 INCH mattress for sale 845 352 3091

6X8 SUKKAH easy to store, sechach included $ 1100

SET OF 4 CORRELLE already toveled call 8456599038

LASER IS NOW A POSITIVE, PAINFREE EXPERIENCE.

PANTS Sz 4t new dark yellow at $5 347-432-6669

54” FIRM MATTRESSES 2, box springs and frames. $600. Barely used. 718.599.5028

UPPABABY CRUZ 2015-2016 (without bassinet) Wheat/Silver $375! Call/text 845-554-5778 7.2 TREK BIKE with rack and bag. Excellent condition. 5380391. SWING SETS Greentree Woodworks: Supirior quality, Excellent prices, Amish made. Call or e-mail for free brochure 845-504-2331 gtbackyard@ gmail.com BUGABOO CAMELEON 425-1937 PRO-FORM TREADMILL $175 . Please call 845-6309523. MIMA XARI STROLLER slightly used with bassinet and all accessories. Black/ silver 213-7488

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// for sale // homes FLAT in Bates area! 5 bedroom flat in excellent condition for sale. Appliances included. Great location! 347-524-6815. COLONIAL Mariner Way. Approx. 4800 sq ft. 9 ft ceiling. 5 bedroom 3 bath. w/ finished walkout 3 bedroom 2 bath apt. Pls call 917.843.3022 ELLISH PKWY AREA Zoned R15C large custom house w/ income. Serious sellers. Please call. 917.843.3022

TREADMILL for $100. Please call 425-3782 FOLDABLE EXCERSICE BIKE Brand new condition. $99 3548554 BLONDE IRENE WIG New condition. Worn once. Great price! 274-5243 BRAND NEW WIG brown, 16’’ Ruby wig, never worn, uncut/unstyled. Sleek, shiny with a bit of wave. Call/ text 3476284243 ELECTRIC SCOOTER new in box- $120 !!plz call 845-213-0602 WIG 4 SALE! Human majestic medium brown shorter cut bob style gr8 price 845- 538-3091 STUDIO RECORDER portable 8 track (for vocal and keyboards) Price: 175.00 Call 845-405-6467 DRUM MAT Brand new, On sale for $20. Call:845-356-3035. MACLAREN USED blue techno $50. Snap n go stroller like new $45. Call 347 - 581 - 1053

GPS SALE Tom Tom gps 5 inch screen $90 call / text 7322785231 JACADI BABY JACKET real down, brand new, size 18 months, navy blue, fur hood. 845.596.7727

HOMES HOUSE FOR SALE IN FORSHAY Beautiful high ranch 5 bedroom 3.5 bath, Hardwood floors. Huge flat backyard! Move in condition! 599k. Call/Text 845-659-3957 PROPERTY FOR SALE Subdivided R15C Property on Cedar Lane approved to build 6 Town Houses and several apartments 845.425.1542 SALE Best location in New Hempstead, 7 bedroom, 5 bathroom, finished basement, pesach kitchen, oversized back deck. 845499-8322 4 B/R renovated colonial walking distance to 3 major Chestnut Ridge neighborhoods/shuls. Low taxes and prices for quick sale. Possible rent to buy. Call or text 845-5795639.

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3 BEDRM +2 bath living/dining rm; spacious sunny home; w/ big backyard; in the Chestnut Ridge/ Spring Hill area; call 845 377 3687 HOUSE/PROPERTY by Owner. Prime location in Monsey, Suzanne Drive area, R-15C zone. Please call (845) 596-9996. SUMMER RENTAL in Chestnut Ridge with lots of land and private pool available for Chodesh Av. Call 845-290-1650 3 BEDROOM CONDO on Wiener Drive Porch,C/A, Sec 8 Aprvd .845.425.8000 5 BEDROOM CONDO on Wiener Drive 3.1/2 bath,Large Porch,C/A, Pesach Kitchen Sec 8 Aprvd . Call 845.425.8000 2 STORY COLONIAL RENTAL, NEW Spacious kitchen, 2 full baths, DR and LR, 4 bdrms, basement, minutes to Bates and shopping. Call evening 347409-0151 SUMMER HOUSE Well kept 4 bedroom house for rent for whole summer, on a quiet dead end off Old

Nyack Turnpike.‎Please call 845 425 2582 SUMMER RENTAL 6 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms. Spacious outdoors. Chestnut Ridge area. Available first half. Can also be divided into two apartments. 845-4597953 TOWNHOUSE FOR RENT July 22-Aug 23 kid friendly, shuls, shopping, deck, awning, clean, 4 bdrm 845659-1564 SUMMER RENTAL on Dykstras/old Nyack. New 4/5 Bdrm house. Full or 2nd half summer. Pls call or txt 8454225976 or 8454250695 WESLEY HILLS For Rent near Rabbi Viener Shul. 4Bd/4Bth with Mbd Suite, walk-out office & guest suite, Large Deck & fenced yard. 845-362-4854 SUMMER HOME available for July. 5 Bedrooms, big playroom, 3 Baths, big porch, kid friendly block. 347-271-1874 HOUSE FOR RENT Lovely Airmont House For Rent, Nice Kitchen, Dining Room, Living Room, 4 Bedrooms, Big Family Room 2.5 Bathrooms, Porch, Big Yard, $2850 Available Immediately. Call/Text 347.201.2311 if no answer leave message SUMMER RENTAL great house great block 4 bdrm 3 bathroom for month of av bordering chestnut ridge (862)591-7432 4 BEDROOM 2.5 bath colonial on almost 1 acre. Designer kitchen, remodeled bathrooms, immaculate home. 914-4209846.


SUMMER HOME five B/R home with deck and playground available for rent for July and August. Main Monsey, quiet neighborhood. call 845-538-3092. SUMMER RENTAL july aug sept oct available monthly 4bdrm house/ walking to MainSt/ Affordable 607 245 6898 FOR RENT Six bedroom house, Jill Lane area. 845-371-6857. AIRMONT HOUSE 4 bedroom home in move in condition. Updated kitchen, 2 bathrooms, on nearly an acre of park like property. $2500/ month. Call 718 541-5685. SUMMER RENTAL New modern style 5 bedroom home..Large backyard. Kid friendly block. Available from July 26. 845-659-9130 PRIVATE HOUSE for rent in the Rockhill area. 5 bedrooms, 3 baths, Pesach kitchen. please call: 845-2930663. GWEN LANE Beautifully renovated apartment now available. Private entrance... Great price! Call for details… (845) 352-7118 BRAND NEW huge 3 bdrm/3 bthrm apt with 9 ft ceilings. appl incl. No sec 8. call 6464965169 2 BEDROOM Large renovated Apt. 1 flight up, Front Porch, Adar - Park area, 371-3703 FURNISHED Blauvelt carlton Area Chosson kallah prefered call 845 445 5698

TWO BEDROOM in chestnut ridge. TEXT 845 300 2358

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2 BEDROOM APT on n cole 1 yr built please call 8453238570 STARS HIRING NOW:

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SEEKING COMHAB/RESPITE WORKERS: • Girls Day-Hab Opportunity: Join our fabulous team Looking for a male comhab worker to be a ‘frie The STARS program is now hiring 12th Grade (age of staff who make a difference. Driver’s license to work with our young a high functioning teenager every day between 3 BRAND NEW 18+) or post-seminary girls 2 bedroom apartment adult students 6:00-9:00 p.m. in the evening, 1-2 times a pm. Flexible about schedule. preferred. available in New City. Looking a male worker to help a young ma week,Please as they enjoy excitingPlease educational and therapeutic Contact: Esty Schonfeld : for 845-425-5011 call 845-634-4604. activities and outings. Enjoy a fun work environment a slight physical disability every morning from E: Eschonfeld@ hamaspikrockland.org and gratifying work as you positively impact lives— and evenings from 6-9PM. plus, great pay! Driver’s license required. Looking for a female worker to accomp FURNISHED physically disabled young girl every Sunday to a For more information,• pleaseSeeking a motivated yingerman for a full time call 845-746-7254. Kitchen, dining room, office position, must be self-motivated, well appointment in Brooklyn. bedroom, fully furnished. GIRLS DAY HAB OPPORTUNITY: organized with good computer and communication Looking for a fun-loving girl that wants to work Please call: 845-578-5750 Join our Fabulous team of staff who make a preferred. Please Contact: disabled young woman. Former camp simch difference. Driver’s license skills. Great pay with benefit package for the right counselor preferred. Weekends and possibly ever Esty Schonfeld individual. FURNISHED Looking for an experienced mature woman to P :845-425-5011 E: Eschonfeld@hamaspikrockland.org New, walk - in, 1 bedroom Please submit your resume tomother careers@ new with newborn care and light housek Apt., Full Kitchen, Bath. SUNDAY RESPITE PROGRAM: hamaspikrockland.org or fax to 845-503-1877. Looking for a girl to take out a young boy fro Ronald Drive. 845 3006031 Hamaspik is currently hiring high school girls for our square on Monday, Wednesday and Friday afternoo Sunday Respite Program A rewarding and fun-filled • Hamaspik of Rockland County seeks a P/T female Looking for a female worker to work with a v BRAND NEW experience. Good Pay. If interested, please email to functioning teenager on weekends. Francis area Employment Coordinator for its successful and 2 huge bdrm apt; Respitegirls@hamaspikrockland.org Spacious or call 845-425-3421 Looking for girl to take out a young girl with Kitchen, Living/Dining/ and leave a detail message growing Employment Program. Good Pay for right medical issues on Sundays. Individual shoul Study; big backyard; New individual! Must be organized efficient outgoing g-tube experience or willing to train. PACE OPPORTUNITY: Hempstead Area 845 377 with good communication skills. Social skills Looking for a woman/girl to help a low functioning 5 Looking for a worker to take out a young boy 3687 year old girl, every evening,Driver’s license required. from about 8:00-10:00 P.M. square on Shabbos. Job also involves some lightTo housework. Pleaseresume call 845-to:careers@ apply, send Please contact our Comhab Coordinator at 84 4 ROOM 503-0214. 0240 or email tmermelstein@hamaspikrockla

on Blauvelt Rd. With a stunning view for only 1350 monthly .please call 213 7402 SUMMER IN TZEFAS! 6 room apartment available for “bein hazmanim” in tzefas. ground floor, private entrance, fresh & new. 8454254545

3 ROOM FURNISHED on Jill Lane. Kitchen dining/ living room bedroom washer dryer. Please call 845-8264928. HOTEL- STYLE 2 bedroom apt. for rent by day/week/weekend. All amenities included. Stonehouse area. 845-5481050 BRAND NEW 4 room apt with a large backyard in the Bluefield area. Please call (845)3560989

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2 BEDROOM in the Dr Frank Area, C/A 845-356-2617 FOUR ROOM on nesher ct. Newly renovated Pls call 1845- 4259218 SUMMER RENTAL Brand new 2 bedroom apt huge kitchen/dinette please call/txt 8454225919 SPACIOUS ROOM By the day/ week/ weekend. Fresh linen/towels provided. Bluefield Area. Call: 845-3528360. NEW 2/3 BEDROOM w laundry room available in the olympia area. Pls call 347 779 6355

1 BEDROOM FURNISHED with full kitchen w/d available for day week weekend quiet country like setting Linen towels provided call 356 0071 GWEN LANE 4 bedroom apt 1800 included utilities chosson kallah preferred pls call 8452636969 3 ROOM available for shabbos, located close to viznitz and satmar. please call 608-6830 2 BDRM APT. Brand new, in hatzlucha area. For more info please call 845 274 0453. FURNISHED Kitchen, dining room, bedroom, fully furnished. Please call: 845-578-5750

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// for sale // homes

3 BDRM 7 Francis Pl. please call/ text broker Pinchus Rosengarten 845 521 6675

ROOM\OFFICE SPACE New, walk in, in Bates area. Suitable for office space or for a single. 845.352.0680

CUSTOM HAND MADE gown, Israeli designer, XS or 0 + long veil for rent 845.327.8111

LOOKING FOR AN APT in Yerushalayim for Sukkos to exchange for one in Monsey Four bedroom plus a sukkah call 274-0997

NEARLY NEW OFFICES close to Hatzlacha Supermarket. Great prices. Call. 917-549-4993

CHILDREN’S GOWNS teal & white, sizes 2 - 10. great price call 845-356-1915.

PARK AVE. 1-bedroom.,kitchen, living room, washer/dryer, $1,200 includes all utilities. 845642-6146. JUNE RENTAL brand new, fully furnished (one or two bdrms) Please call: 352-4963 MOTEL-STYLE RENTAL By the day/ week/ weekend. Fresh linen/towels provided. Bluefield Area. Call: 845-3528360. 3 ROOM on Dr. Frank rd. Big backyard and many plusses. Call 845352-0521 BLUEFIELD GARDENS 3 bedroom with 2 full baths available for rent. please call 347-979-3937

FOR RENT 1000 SQUARE FOOT pull up straight to garage door great location twin area call 845-659-8216

FREE RETAIL SPACE in a consignment store for you merchandise 212 market Street in Nanuet next to the Mall 845 -608-5967 RETAIL STORE Located on Main St, Spring Valley. 4,000 sq ft. Please call 425-8880 STORAGE/SPACE 1500 square foot in Airmont, pull up straight to garage door. Text 13476739335

DRESS/GOWNS WEDDING DRESS (kalla tenoyim) sz. 6 elegant & classy navy top, blue print skirt for sale. Call 425-0470. SALE\RENT Vry slenderizing black and gold Maternity dress size M for Rent or Sale. Please call 845-426-2490 NAVY TERRY JOHN GOWN lace and beading in center. great fit. size 6 8 for rent 347 623 1917

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SISTER OF BRIDE pink & white gown for rent. Size 2-4, worn once 845-3521951. CHILDRENS GOWN RENTAL 11 identical lavender kids gowns sizes 2-10 for sale/rent. Call/text 845-517-8108 MATERNITY DRESS used once for a brothers wedding call 845-570-7789 PRETEEN GOWN Size 16 18. Please call 845352-1752.

TERI JON Size 4-6 Black and Silver. Call 347-563-3508 SIZE 4 Cream color, Call 347-5633508 SISTER OF BRIDE or kallah vort/tenoyim dress. Call/text 845 263 4590 IVORY AND TEAL sister of the bride wedding gown. Size 6-8. Call or text 2019211367 SIZE 10 GIRL and teen 0,2 845-578-1936 WHITE/LIGHT GREEN Size 2-4. Please call or text 845-269-8649 BLACK AND WHITE size 10, call 845-425-3207

KIDS sizes 4,5,6,7 & 10. Call 3711963. Also teens size 0

4 LADIES GOWNS blue color family- sizes 8, 10 & 12. Please call 845-425-1580.

SISTER OF BRIDE or Tenoiyem 2/4, and girls gowns many sizes! Please call: 845-354-6731

BLACK MATERNITY (sister of bride) CHASUNA DRESS sz medium. Please call me 1347-432-6669

MECHTENISTA GOWN Sz 12 774 8719

HAND BEADED Eli Saab mother of bride dress. Size 6-8 426-3347

3 WEDDING GOWNS in mauve and off white 2 size 8 teen ( approximate) and 1 size 7 little girl. call 362-5966 SISTER OF BRIDE Size 2-4. Please call 845-3521752

LITTLE ROYALTY Girls gowns size 2-20 including plus sizes. Boys simcha outfits and suits 12 months- size 8. Please call 845-535-1755


BLUE AND IVORY DRESS for Tnoyim, Sheva Brachos or Chasuna size 8. 718 998 2704 /9178030173 SISTER OF BRIDE Tall sz. 4-6 dress. Great deal. 426-3347 MIRI’S DRESS dusty blue lace size 14 brand new with fabric 845-213-7451 WEDDING GOWNS Womens Size 4,6 And 8 blush pink ivory.718-376-0996/ 917663-6860

SISTER OF THE BRIDE beaded dress size 0-2. Please call or text 845-545-8454. WEDDING GOWN Sister of bride Beautiful black early stage maternity gown 845-425-1266 CUSTOM DESIGNED Sister of bride or kallah vort/ tenoyim dress. Call/text 845 263 4590 2 WEDDING GOWNS for 10 & 12 year old girls. Pink & white. $450 each. 845-6410857

SILVER/ GREY 2 PC Married sister size 12-14 worn only once. Plz call 845-5174028

MATERNITY GOWN Ivory/silver for sale/rent. call/ text 845-213-9050

SISTER OF BRIDE size 2 custom gown. Reserve before June & cleaning fee is on us. 425-3782

MATERNITY DRESS black and gold, approx size 10 for sale/rent, worn once 845-263-9695�

BLACK EURO DRESS trimmed with off white lace. Size 8. 150$ 354-8554

SISTERS OF BRIDE Finds & co pale pink dress w/ beading sz 4-6. matching sz 4 ivory & pink dress. sale or rental 538-6071

SISTER OF THE BRIDE. From Exquisite Bridal two piece gown. Size 6-8. Worn once. 347 451 4383 2 BURGUNDY MATERNITY DRESSES Reg Size xs. Can easily be altered to fit regular sizing. please call: 845 263 5573 SISTER OF BRIDE Off white with lace and beading size 2-4 with room to adjust. For sale text / call 845-659-5515 SISTER OF BRIDE custom made all lace dress (teal&off white coloring) 4265039 BLACK AND GOLD Gown used once. Sis of bride, size 6. Rent, call or txt 845274-3993

HELP WANTED LOOKING TO HIRE Monsey management office looking to hire a girl for a full time management position. Applicant should have great phone skills and basic computer knowledge. Great potential. Please email resume to remanagementoffice@gmail. com FULL TIME OFFICE WORK Are you looking for a rewarding job doing interesting work in a fast paced environment? Are you detail oriented, self-motivated, a quick learner with great phone & writing skills? We are looking to hire FULL

TIME female secretaries. We pay a base salary and performance based incentives on top of that. Experienced & beginners are welcome. Email resume to monseyjob59@gmail.com or call (845)356-5954 Ext 207 HELP WANTED The Everest Equity Company, Inc. is looking to fill the following positions: 1. Part time loan officer assistant. Must be an organized self-starter and adept at problem solving. 2. Full time mortgage processor. Must be detail oriented, creative, and able to handle a heavy workload. Willing to train the right individual. 3. Full time assistant to an Executive. Must be efficient, polished, and professional. Position allows for a lot of growth potential. Willing to train the right individual. Driving required (must have own car). Qualified applicants (basic computer proficiency a must) please send your resume to saram@ everestequity.com or fax to 845-230-8682 AMAZON / EBAY EXPERT Established company seeking an Amazon and Ebay selling expert. Extensive knowledge of Amazon is required. This is NOT an entry level position; you must have worked for a high volume marketplace seller. We offer tremendous opportunity for the right individual. Individual must pay strong attention to detail and complete proficiency in Excel. Please email resume hr10977@gmail.com HIRING A well-established financial management company is seeking a talented executive to run its local operations. Qualified candidate will (i) have a thorough understanding in business financials & financial reporting, (ii) possess exceptional people skills

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Classifieds PART/FULL TIME EMPLOYEE must be detail oriented, phone skills - excel email goodjobinmonsey@gmail. com

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MEDICAL SUPPLY STORE seeking woman for customer service, full time, growth opportunities. Basic computer knowledge necessary. Email resume: jobopportunities120@gmail. com Fax: 845-425-5550.

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has 2 positions available: 1. Senior Branding & Packaging Designer. 2. Junior Art Designer. If you have what we need, then you know what we need. Forward your portfolio to Talent10950@gmail SALES/MARKETING P/T for very creative line, flexible hours, internet/ basic computer skills needed. salary+commission, Call/text Ari 917-842-0348 LOOKING TO HIRE Children’s outlet is looking for a friendly energetic worker. Some afternoons and Sundays required. Call 845372-6621 KOHNS FABRIC STORE In Hillcrest, Spring Valley. Hr. 11:00 – 6:00. Call 845-7836982 Or 845-662-7671 OUTSIDE SALESPERSON with good communication skills. Very well paying. Please send resumes to jtriple7@gmail.com LOOKING FOR business partners to sell the #1 skincare line in America. Call 201-681-8805 or 845270-2840 CASHIER/SALES HELP Must be personable and have basic computer skills. Great environment, good pay. Please email resume to lindaneumanmonsey@ gmail.com TEACHER ‫חסידישע חדר זוכט א‬ ‫עקספיריענסט נורסערי טיטשער‬ .‫(פרוי) פאר די קומענדיגע יאר‬ ‫ביטע פעקס אייער רעזומעי צו‬ .371-1113 CHEDER qualified English teachers male/female. nice pay. Please email imreishufer@gmail. com or call 845-418-3232


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crowd. Come and have fun. Call or text 845-608-0161 M&M PLAYGROUP Bates/Horton area looking for teacher for the summer full/ part-time. Also looking for high school girl. 352-0903 BABYSITTER NEEDED For two yummy children from 3:00-5:30 PM MondayThursday, from mid-June, through Yom Kippur. Call 845-274-2112 or email monsey137@gmail.com. MOTHERS HELPER high school age girl to help out with 2 little kids in July. Flexible hours. Please call 845-587-8324

STEADY BABYSITTING Small group. On westside. Please call R. Kahana 426.0268 HIGHSCHOOL BABYSITTER available 845 426 1313 AVAILABLE TO BABYSIT day or night drop-ins or steady welcome. on Oak Glen Road call Toby 587 1234 HAVING A SIMCHA? Want to leave your baby in warm caring atmosphere. 845-352-0619

DAYCAMPS YIDDISH SPEAKING day camp for girls in 3rd, 4th & 5th grades. Swimming lessons by certified instructor. Lunch & transportation. Call Mrs. Frankel @ 425-1692 or 6590841 DAY CAMP For ages 2 and 3 located in Chestnut Ridge married Morah 845-587-2056

BABYSITTER-AIRMONT Small group with lots of TLC has only one slot available. please call 845-369-1101

DAY CAMP Ages 2 1/2 -3 for second half. 1 more slot for full summer. Experiences Morah. Pls call Tzipory 499-0243

AVAILABLE BABYSITTER for newborns to 18 months near hatzloch supermarket please call 347 445-7065

TEACHER RUNNING day camp this summer in Chestnut Ridge. Ages 2 and 3 Call 845-587-2056.

MOTHERS HELPER to pick up baby from 3:00 pm and babysit until 4:45 pm. Please call 845-608-0109

MONROE BABYSITER near halls-~shabbos to (845)783-2314

SUMMER HELP day camp- Chestnut Ridge / Airmont area. Call Teacher Blimie: 845.521.8880

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DAYCAMP for boys going into kindergarten. Glen Hill neighborhood. Pls call 646 445 9868.

BABYSITTER in Main Street/ Saddle River area from 9:30 am to 4:30 pm. Please call 845-608-0109

MOTHERS HELPER in the afternoons during the summer. Park Lane area. Please call: 845-423-9450

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SHADOW FOR BOY 2017-18. Seventh grader in mainstream cheder. Ideal for student of special ed. 8482991286

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MACHANE AHAVAS CHESED Is looking for counselors for our day camp, applications at yeshiva bais dovid main office. Or call 845-652-0942

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BOBBY GROSS is willing to babysit. Ages newborn to 18 months. Laura/ Paiken area. Lots of TLC! Please call (845) 4262574 or (845) 659-5437 DAYCARE BABYSITTING accepting babies for the upcoming year. Ellish/Maple area. Please call 845-425-1853 EXPERIENCED BABYSITTER Babysitting group on West Side Avenue, private park, big playroom, a few more slots available. Ages 18-24 months. Starting July 1st 845.362.2599 or 845.499.6473.

INBETWEEN CAMP for ages two to four year olds at the end of June for one week by an experienced teacher 274-3577 3-4 YEAR OLD Girls daycamp now forming. small group with experienced morah 8455703196 2 YEAR OLD daycamp, great price, Old Nyack/Ridge neighborhoodfirst half 845 426 1313 SUMMER DAYCAMP Chestnut Ridge area. Boys and girls 3-4. Many happy references! Call Debbie @ 263-5317 VACATION CAMP An experienced teacher is running an in between


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PLAYGROUPS PLAYGROUP girls going into kindergarten. Small group. Located on Joshua CT. 845-274-7858. KIDDIE GROUP run in Chestnut Ridge. Register now for September. Ages 1 1/2 - 2 1/2. Call 845587-2056. DAYCARE Experienced mommy accepting now newborn-2.5 Herrick Ave. 1 slot available 845 356-5475 PLAYGROUP Now forming small group in the Old Nyack/Kennedy area. Yiddish speaking. Call 587-6562 PLAYGROUP 2017 For 18-24 month old. Center of Monsey, spacious facility, lunch included. Many years experience. Extended hours available. Tamara 845.425.1456. YIDDISH/ENGLISH playgroup for the summer and next year in the Gan Ezra/Belz/Grandview area, ages 2-3. Hours 9:00-3:15. 845-323-2795 PLAYGROUP ‘17-’18 3 year old, experienced Morah. Herschel Terrace area. S. Dorfman 356-2413 DERECH EMES PLAYGROUP Registration is now open for the upcoming school year. Call: 845-426-7619, ages 3-4. Trans available

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SUMMER TUTOR Limudei Kodesh or English studies. Happy References. Call Mrs Szydlow 845-5216886

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ONLINE TUTOR in Limudei Kodesh via Skype available, Gemara, Chumash, Halacha, more... Contact: mdhandwerger@ gmail.com TUTOR AVAILABLE for your elementary school child for Limudei Kodesh and Limudei Chol. Please Call: 845-352-1016

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Classifieds MATH TUTORING Regents/GED/TASC/SAT/ ACT Common Core, Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, Pecalculus, Calculus, Physics ALL Grades/Levels. call: 845445-8003 PREMIER TUTORING Help is here!!MS Ed, /Special Ed. Lic/Cert teacher,30+ yrs exp. All Subjects gr 1-12, BOYS/GIRLS after CAMP/ eves avail M-TH 845-558-1682 ABA PARA AVAILABLE for morning job – remedial or special ed for upcoming school year. Can provide resume. 845-422-1845 TUTOR Is your child having problems with ‫ ?עברי‬tutor available to help them every syllable 356-3202 HAIR COURSES Learn to style your own hair/ shaitels or for others. Oneon-one or group lessons. 845 608 9895 CAMP ART caricatures face painting or fun basic group lessons 845-356-5167-voicemail 845263-6961-text SWIMMING LESSONS for boys Experience Yiddish Speaking Lifeguard/ Instructor at your private pool 845-659-2050 KEYBOARD LESSONS for boys. Beginners our specialty. F. Spitzer 845.323.1558 CHILDBIRTH EDUCATION CLASSES To join the next class please call 845-426-0931. Tzippy Tauber CD (DONA) Certified Birth Doula GUITAR LESSONS Experience learning guitar. Call 24 hours: 845-425-8616

PIANO LESSONS Professional, soul stirring music taught by heimishe, foremost expert pianist Call 24 hours: 845-425-8616 YOGA GROUPS Sunday Mornings on Gibbs Court. Call 845-274-0584. Monday Mornings on Ridge Ave. Call 845-426-0467. YOGA IN YOUR HOME. Private or group. Cal Learn 371-1963 HYPNOSIS Develop good habits in Positive thinking, Overcoming Phobias-FearsWorry, Healthy Eating, Addictions; Stress ReliefInsomnia. Shalom 646-7730324 NGH CH DELIVERY WASH N SET Free pick up 8454226865 PIANO AND KEYBOARD lessons beginners to advanced children and adults please call yisroel fishbain at 7187908659 9739283476 COOKING CLASSES for Beginners. Feel confident and prepared in your very own kitchen! Call 845-4227872 BEGINNERS SEWING CLASS: Grades: 5, 6 & 7. Small groups for individualized attention. 845-641-9443 FITNESS TRAINING By Leiby Strauss. TheKinetixCenter.com Email or text “I am ready” to kinetixwellness@gmail.com or 845.546.3848. Starting at $12 per session. EMPOWERMENT WORKSHOP Expand your capacity to handle complexity or intensity, & make good decisions, no matter what @

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// for sale // homes 4 week Women’s workshop. 845-893-8371 ART LESSONS join summer groups: a) post-H.S. b) 12 yr olds or form your own: min. 3 members faceitart.weebly.com 845356-5167 845-263-6961 SWIMMING LESSONS WSI/LG certified instructor has one slot remaining for group of your choice. Mrs. Zoltan 845-356-1113 GUITAR LESSONS Experienced frum female guitar instructor will teach you how to play in ten lessons. 347-455-5320 DRUM LESSONS BY SHMUEL KLAVER Monsey’s most experienced Shomer Shabbos drum instructor. Lessons ($45 & up) given in your home or my studio, to boys or girls ages 10-adult, beginners to professional. Call (845) 459-9935 MUSIC LESSONS Give your daughter the gift of music at a very reasonable price! References available. Call Yitty @ 845-426-7561 after 4:30 pm SWIMMING LESSONS Years of experience, heated pool. Hemishe groups, limited slots. Reasonable. Please call N. Weinberg (Kravitz) 248.955.8559 GUITAR LESSONS: with 30+yrs exp!!Beginners/ advanced levels, After camp/ eves hours avail. Boys/girls/ women.558-1682 TIFERET MOVEMENT YOGA for women, with Bracha Meshchaninov, certified Yoga Teacher and Yoga Therapist. Group classes & private sessions 917 8210694

LASER TEETH WHITENING professional with lasting results. Male and Female Techs available. Call for specials 845-826-4928 WASH & SETS with a few years of Experience. call 845-5877394. HAVE UR HAIR DONE beautifully for simchas for young girls for just $6! Ornaments avail. West central area. 929-251-3777 WASH AND SET $25 free pickup. Haicuts 12-. Hairstyles $18- Call 587-8325. NS ELECTROLYSIS Join hundreds of satisfied clients! Now in Monsey w/ 13 yrs exp. Half off 1st visit w/ ad. Nechama 356-1536 LASHES OR EYEBROWS Try Rodan and Fields Lash Boost. 60 day money back guarantee. Call 845-2702840 or 201-681-8805. SHEITAL MACHER WashNset $20 intro Hair styling cutting $10+ Wig sales & supplies Claire-Accuhair method 929 238 5487 HAIR DESIGN Professional Cut, blow, Chasunah styling by Roizy. 845-352-0619. HAIRCUTS/HAIRSTYLING for all ages. well priced, merrick area.call 8426751 HAIRSTYLING: $15 Wash and Sets-$20, Haircuts: $12, Adar Ct. Area 845-5878328 SHAITELS wash and sets-merrick area, well trained,, pick ups and drop offs. call 845-842-6751


BLUEFIELD HAIRSTYLING styling and great cuts. Fantastic prices! 845-5175443

MAKEUP GEMACH Professional makeup artist is offering gemach price $15.00 please call 8455703585

CHANIE’S HAIR SALON Glen Hill and Augusta area Wash & set: $30, Haircut: $15 Call 845-538-3254

MARY KAY PRODUCTS 25% off all products in stock Call/Text 347-563-3508

HAIRCUTS AND STYLES Maple/Herrick. Call Y. Spiegel (845) 426-7230 or (845) 499-6558. HAIR BY R.M. BREUER cuts for 12$ styles for 20$! conveniently located on kaufman ct. Please call: 845323-8680 CLAIREACCUHAIR WashNset by someone who will give you quality you deserve, $20intro 929 238 5487 HAIR STYLING/CUTTING Starting@$10+,experienced, certified, professional sheital macher 929 238 5487 HAIRCUTS AND STYLING Hatzlacha Grocery area. Years of experience; Call/ Text for appt. 845-825-1789. HAIRCUTS AND HAIRSTYLES Saddle river area for app. Call 845-356-5038 MAKE-UP BY DEVORIE Natural and refined. Your home or mine. Great prices. Call/text Devorie 845-6426833 BRAND NAME PERFUMES Full line of CMK Cosmetics! Perfume gift sets! Versace bright crystal 3pc. gift set only $20! Free Delivery 845352-2573 COSMETICIAN in Chestnut Ridge w/ 18 years experience. Makeup, facials, waxing, tinting, sales. BD 845-671-2390.

MAKEUP ARTIST by Esther. For any occasion. Will do House calls! 845-6422370

Hamaspik

Job

STARS HIRING NOW: ‫המספיק פעמעלי קעיר זוכט‬

The STARS program is now hiring 12th Grade (age 5 ‫א ווארעמע היים פאר א‬ 18+) or post-seminary girls to work with our young .‫ שיין באצאלט‬.‫יעריגע יונגל‬ adult students 6:00-9:00 p.m. in the evening, 1-2 times a week, as they enjoy exciting educational and therapeutic DON’T SUFFE This drug-free FDA medical ‫פאר אינטערעסירטע ביטע‬ activities device is PROVEN to work! and outings. Enjoy a fun work environment details yourhealthispriority@ ‫ליעזאן‬ ‫קעיר‬ ‫ פעמעלי‬impact ‫ רופן‬lives— gratifying work as you positively gmail.comand 347-450.3499 845-503-0223 ‫ צימענד‬.‫מר‬ plus, great pay! Driver’s license required. DOULA Chana Bracha Abramson CD For more (DONA) call or text 845-213-information, please call 845-746-7254. STRESSED OUT? Can lead to illness. Needle free acupuncture can help. 20 minutes from Monsey. (201) 337-8787.

5525 Discount with mention of ad

GIRLS DAY HAB OPPORTUNITY:

Join our Fabulous team of staff who make a difference. Driver’s license preferred. Please Contact: ATTENTION KALLAHS Rebiten luben will be Esty Schonfeld ODDS AND ENDS forming a group in monsey at TELECONFERENCE P :845-425-5011 E: Eschonfeld@hamaspikrockland.org June 18. 352-7628 a step-by-step childbirth HEATED PRIVATE POOL MASSAGE BY RACHEL For women only. 1/2-1hr. Rates available. (646)3227224

course totally by phone, at your convenience. Live Q&A weekly hotline. call Mrs. Sury Gruber 263-0313

Large on gorgeous grounds available for hourly rentals 845-682-2798

SUNDAY RESPITE PROGRAM:

BABY FOOD JARS NEEDED l’shem mitzvah for twins Call 845-263-4849

Hamaspik is currently hiring high school girls for our TEHILLIM HEATED POOL Harness the power of Sunday Respite Program Asayrewarding and fun-filled and hot tub jacuzzi tehillim today! A Yid will New Hempstead area tehillim on your behalf. Call/ experience. Good Pay. If interested, please email to scenic surroundings text 8452006378. private property $80/hr call:8455214454 Respitegirls@hamaspikrockland.org or call 845-425-3421 SEFORIM? I could take usable seforim and leave a detail message POOL FOR RENT for free 8455383715

REFLEXOLOGY a natural proven method to restore balance in issues such as hypothyroidism, insomnia, immune, respiratory and more. 347460-1512

ELECTRONIC MASSAGE therapeutic full-body electronic massage chair. 20-45 minute sessions. Kneading, Shiatsu, Flap, Knocking, Tapping. 845-4255935

PACE OPPORTUNITY: NAUSEA SYMPTOMS

call 263-0313 to learn about

warm pool for rent in chestnut ridge area. 845-5870978

Looking for a relief woman/girl to helpPOOL a low functioning 5 FOR RENT Fully enclosed pool for rent year old girl, every evening, from about 8:00-10:00 P.M. in Chestnut Ridge. Call 845671-2390 Please call 845Job also involves some light housework. 503-0214. June 7, 2017 / THE MONSEY VIEW / 165 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484


Classifieds SHIURIM CROHN’S DISEASE MyTEAM confidentially provides peer-connections/ mentors and teleconferences to H.S girls dealing with Crohn’s/Colitis . 347-7667306. Myteam4teens@gmail. com. Myteamcares.co. SHALOM BAYIS Teleconference: Design A Toolbox That Works For You: Mrs. Shiffy Itzkowitz and Mrs. Ahuva Vilinsky: BH Sunday June 11 @ 9:00 PM. 845-422-7956 BEGINNER’S PARENTING COURSE given by Estie hershfeld via teleconference 8 classes 200 $ call and leave a message 845 356 1018

GEMACHIM PIDYON HABEN zichron elimelech coins,silver tray, lace box, outfit 347-8224018 908-307-6260 SHOE GEMACH All sizes, white kalllah shoes. Proceeds go to tzedakah. Call\Text 845-200-0211 HOT WATER URNS New in monsey-gemach for hot water urns,please ‎Call 8454259211 KOS YESHUOS Use real bechers from our free-loan gemach. Better halachically. 845-377KOS1(5671) KosYeshuos@ gmail.com

ISRAEL GPS No fee. English or Hebrew. Must reserve in advance by email at IsraelGPS@gngroup. com TOY GEMACH Keep all the children busy by your simchas with tons of lego and clicks. Call Sussman @ 845-578-6513 MONSEY GOWN GEMACH mother and sister gowns size 0-12, by appointment only. 845-426-7496 or 845-3523031. BEAUTIFUL FLORAL Bisomim for your Simcha 845-629-2785. DVD/VIDEO GEMACH DVDS and portable players for sick and homebound adults and children.425-2660 mailbox #1 INSPIRATIONAL BOOK GEMACH ‫לע”נ שלמה יודא בן ר’ צבי ז”ל‬. Includes books on Shabbos, Simcha, Tznius… Yiddish & English. Call 845-327-8896 MAKEUP GEMACH Professional makeup artist is offering gemach price $15.00 please call 8455703585 ROOF-CARRIERS GEMACH Fits almost all cars even without bars on roof. 845274-5284. Monroe: 845-6627102. SIDDUR GEMACH Sfard: Friedman 845-6087830 Ashkenaz: Shulman845 352 1756 or 845-826-6718 MOVING BOXES GEMACH Cardboard Boxes for Moving 845-425-6826 or 845-6087830

// for sale // homes GPS GEMACH Call 845-352-2588. (Minimal fee). REFLECTOR GEMACH Having company? Making a Simcha? Be safe! Wear a reflector! 845-356-0815 MATERNITY GEMACH Shabbos and weekday clothing, Please call/text for an appointment 845-4459687

Bassy Katz 871-0275. Please call 356-1507 Kedusha ring white gold on Shabbos Parshas Bereishis on Suzzane between Hanna and Elaine. Call 845-521-2095. Honda remote and key by Sureway Insurance. Please call 845-371-9000 ext 210

FREE GIVEAWAYS Gerber baby cereal Pls call or text 845-300-5188.

LOST

4 Fan Light fixtures 718.599.5028

skinny beaded belt in the main street area 274 5266

Neocate formula call 5795383

Bag of baby clothing in La Familia taxi. 8452135633

cherry wood porta crib natural wood high chair. Call/text 845-517-8108

SD Card before Pesach on Monsey Trails. 3 cards in holder. 845-262-1605 small canon red camera. Please call 845.356.2084

FREE GIVEAWAY Yoyo xen gold carriage liner and hood. Please call 3520598

Drone in viola park area please call 845-709-2749 Classified ads are free for our readers, as long as the following criteria are met.

FOUND Rubberstamp with name yisroel meir schwartz. Call 845-356-5088 Wallet and watch near monsey glatt on pesach. Please call 8454233915 or 8457095223. silver necklace on Park Lane near Nitra Beis Midrash. Please call: 8454227189 Sefer in taxi with name Silberberg plz call 4251394

Classified ads must be emailed or texted to classifieds@themonseyview.com - in the body of the email, not as an attachment. Include two words for the heading and a maximum of twenty words for the body. The entire body of the ad should be written in one paragraph. Do not “enter” between sentences. Use standard text only – no all caps. Check for proper spelling and grammar before submitting. Do not fax any free classifieds. There’s a maximum of two classifieds per person per week. A classified ad that doesn’t meet the above conditions will be automatically rejected. The Monsey View reserves the right to omit or cut words from any free classified ads without confirmation. *****

woman’s bracelet 499.9666

We do not give confirmations for free classified ads.

Black shabbos boys sweater in an everready car service

Classified ad deadline is Monday at 12:00 pm. No exceptions.

SD memory card in Vilchovitz chasunah hall with name

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***** For inquiries about PAID classifieds, feel free to contact The Monsey View.

NOTICE: As of June 7th, 2017 (issue 102) there will be a minimum $15 charge for services advertised in the classifieds. 166 / THE MONSEY VIEW / June 7, 2017 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484


‫הרב דוד סאפירמאן‬ ‫בדרשה בישיבת אור ראובן‬

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‫בחינה בישיבה קטנה אור ראובן ע"י הראש ישיבה‬ ‫על שירת הים בעל פה‬

‫‪PHOTO CREDIT: JDN‬‬

‫‪YESHIVAS OHR REUVEN 25TH ANNIVERSARY DINNER‬‬


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‫‪PHOTO CREDIT: JDN‬‬

‫אוויטש זצ"ל גאב"ד האליין ודומ"ץ צאנז קלויזענבורג‬


‫מראות ימי חייו של הגאון רבי אפרים פישל הערשקא‬

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‫מסע הלוי' בקרית צאנז ‪ -‬נתניה‬

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‫‪PHOTO CREDIT: JDN‬‬

‫מסע הלוי' של הגאון רבי אפרים פישל הערשקאוויטש זצ"ל‬ ‫גאב"ד האליין ודומ"ץ צאנז קלויזענבורג‬


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‫שמחת הבר מצוה לנכד האדמו"ר מפארשעי‬

‫קביעת מזוזה בביהמ"ד חמודי צבי רייוויץ ע"י האדמו"ר מסערט ויז'ניץ‬

‫מעמד קביעת מזוזה בביתו החדש של מוה"ר בערל אייזענבאך‬

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‫‪PHOTO CREDIT: JDN‬‬

‫אסיפת 'אונזער וואונטש' לנשים שע"י ק"ק סאטמאר מאנסי‬


‫שבועות אויסשטעל ביי 'בעסט עמברוידערי' אויף מעין סטריט‬

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‫הכנסת ספר תורה ע"י הרב ראובן זאב שרייבער לבית מדרשו‬

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‫‪PHOTO CREDIT: JDN‬‬

‫לוי' של הגאון הגדול ר' שמואל אליהו אביגדור פייוועלזאן זצ"ל‬ ‫בישיבתו בית מדרש לתורה במאנסי‬


‫בע ז השי"ת‬

‫ברוך שהחיינו וקיימנו והגיענו לזמן הזה‪ ,‬לראות הבית‬ ‫הגדול והקדוש בתפארתו כליל ביופיו כראוי ויאות לבית ה'‪.‬‬

‫בשמחה רבה אנו מודיעים‪ ,‬לכל הקהל הקדוש הדין‬ ‫ולכל תושבי שכונתינו‪,‬‬

‫הד‬

‫לרגלי שמחת‬

‫ר ה‪,‬‬

‫ש‬

‫בע‬

‫זר‬

‫ת‬

‫ה‬

‫שם יתקיים‬

‫מסי‬

‫ב‬ ‫הנ‬

‫ומסיבת הוקרה לעמודי התווך בבנין המפואר‬ ‫ב יח ד ע ם‬ ‫להרה "ק פ וע ל י ש וע ו ת בקרב הארץ‪,‬‬

‫האי סבא קדישא מראדאשיץ זיעועכי"א‪,‬‬

‫אשר על שמו הגדול והקדוש נקרא בית מדרשינו‪.‬‬

‫בבית מדרשינו החדש‬

‫אור ליום ח"י סיון זונטאג ביינאכט פרשת שלח‪,‬‬ ‫למספרם‬

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‫בשעה ‪7:30‬‬

‫זכותו הגדול יגן על כל המשתתפים להתברך בכל טוב‪ ,‬בבני חיי‬ ‫ומזוני רויחי‪ .‬ויהי רצון שיתקדש שם שמים על ידינו‪ ,‬ונזכה להרחיב‬ ‫גבולי הקדושה‪ ,‬עדי נזכה כולנו לביאת גואלינו‪ ,‬במהרה בימינו אמן‪.‬‬

‫תאו ואתכנשו לכבודה של תורה‪,‬‬ ‫ולכבודה של האי נשמתא קדישא‪.‬‬ ‫המחכים לקראת בואכם לשלום‬

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‫בע ז השי"ת‬

‫‪ 7:30‬מנחה‬

‫‪ 7:45‬נטילת ידים‬

‫‪8:00‬‬

‫ה רב‬

‫פתיחת שערים‬ ‫יושב ראש‬ ‫יואל פריעדמאן שליט"א‬ ‫ראש חבורת ווארקא‬

‫‪8:15‬‬

‫ה ר ה "ג ר '‬

‫דבר הביהמ"ד‬ ‫משה בן ציון שטיין שליט"א‬ ‫ראש הכולל וויזניץ ב"פ‬

‫וחתן ידידינו‬

‫ר' יוסף יחיאל גאלדבערגער‬ ‫מתושבי שכונתינו‬

‫ני"ו‬

‫‪8:30‬‬

‫הכרת הטוב ודברי הוקרה‬

‫ל ע מ וד י ה ת ו ו ך מ ת פ ל ל י ב י ת מ ד רשינ ו‬

‫ע"י הרב שליט"א‬

‫‪9:00‬‬

‫נואם הכבוד‬ ‫בן ציון דוב הלברשטאם שליט"א‬

‫ה ר ה "ג ר '‬ ‫בן הג ה "צ אבד "ק ס א ר ו ו א ש שליט"א‬ ‫א ב י הר ב ש ל י ט " א‬

‫מרביץ תורה לבחורי חמד במוסדות רבותה"ק מבאבוב‬ ‫ומנהל מוסד "מלאכת שמים"‬

‫‪9:25‬‬

‫סלייד פרעזאנטאציע‬ ‫ובשנה הרביעית יהי' כל פריו קודש לד'‬

‫א ש י לד ע ר ו נג פ ון פ י ר י א ה ר פ ון סייע תא דשמיא‬ ‫ב י י ת ו שב י ע י ר מ אנט‬

‫‪ 10:00‬מעריב‬

‫‪ 9:50‬ברכת המזון‬

‫‪IR‬‬

‫ב י חד ע ם‬ ‫ה י לד ה פ ל א‬ ‫אברהם חיים גרין נ י " ו‬

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‫במשך כל שעות‬ ‫ה מ ע מד י נ ע י מ ו בק ו ל‬ ‫מק ה ל ת ש י ר ה‬ ‫‪E‬‬

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