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FREE ISSUE 102 JUNE 14, 2017

‫פרשת שלח‬ ‫כ' סיון תשע”ז‬

ALL IN A DAY’S WORK IS YOUR JOB A SOB? Learn to recognize work-related burnout

DISCOVER THE GOLDEN KEY TO LANDING THE JOB YOU LOVE How to craft the perfect resume

ACING THE INTERVIEW Tips to survive the vetting process

FYI Employment


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230 Maple Ave. (Phyllis entrance only)

For the safety of all Rt. 306 entrance will be blocked from 1-4 pm due to ‫ חדר‬traffic and bus dismissal. No pedestrians or vehicles will be allowed to enter the 306 entrance until 4 pm. Thanks for your cooperation.


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An Original Recipe by @raizyscookin

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Directions:

Preheat the oven to 400. Unfold the puff pastry onto a floured piece of parchment paper and roll out into a 9 x 11inch rectangle. Score 1/2 inch from the edge all the way around, using a paring knife. Slide the pastry (on the parchment) onto a baking sheet. Poke the middle all over with a fork, then bake until golden brown, about 20-25 minutes. Transfer to a rack and let cool completely. Meanwhile, combine the cream cheese, sour cream, lemon zest, lemon juice, sugar, ½ teaspoon salt, and pepper to taste in a large bowl and beat with a mixer on medium speed until smooth; stir in the chives. Spread evenly over the cooled crust. Arrange the tomatoes on top; season with salt & pepper and top with scallions.

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Contents

// Inside

FREE ISSUE 102 JUNE 14, 2017

‫פרשת שלח‬ ‫כ' סיון תשע”ז‬

ALL IN A DAY’S WORK IS YOUR JOB A SOB? Learn to recognize work-related burnout

DISCOVER THE GOLDEN KEY TO LANDING THE JOB YOU LOVE How to craft the perfect resume

54 //

Inbox

58 //

Masterplan

68 //

Weigh Smarter

78 //

Parsha/Halacha

82 //

Week in Review

88 //

Forward March

R. ITZKOWITZ

97 //

Food

THE MONSEY VIEW

106 //

Worker’s Burnout

117 //

Golden Key

126 //

Acing the Interview

130 //

FYI

134 //

Excursions

142 //

Real Yeshivah

152 //

Fun Pages

155 //

Comics

156 //

Real Estate

160 //

Classifieds

170 //

Pictures

ACING THE INTERVIEW Tips to survive the vetting process

FYI Employment

Publisher:

YOEL ITZKOWITZ Editor in Chief:

D. GORALNIK Content Director:

R. REESE Creative Director:

AJ WACHSMAN Project Coordinator

P.O. Box 305 Monsey N.Y. 10952

TELEPHONE 845-600-8484

FAX: 845-600-8483

E-MAIL: ads@themonseyview.com

WEBSITE: www.themonseyview.com

MISSION STATEMENT: The Monsey View is a weekly publication designed for every segment and age group of our diverse community. Under rabbinical guidance, we bring Monsey’s top talent together to provide high quality, informative current reading material, keeping you up to date on sales, events, news and issues of concern and import happening right now in the Monsey community. DISCLAIMER: We do not endorse any ad found in this publication. We are not responsible for typographical or grammatical errors. Copyright: All content found in The Monsey View is Copyright © and may not be reproduced, published, distributed, or duplicated for public or private use without written permission from The Monsey View.

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Having read your informative article regarding the Catskills, I wondered if the author is aware that city folk used to come to the Monsey area, as well, in the summertime? (Alternating with places such as Far Rockaway, of course.) That was my father’s experience in the 1920s. He used to relate that what today is the Wiener Drive area, used to be Wiener Farm. They used to call Wiener Farm “Hotel Koch-Alein,” because the women shared a communal kitchen, each one cooking food for her own family. He said they used to travel by horse and buggy down Route 306, then left onto Maple Avenue to do their shopping in Spring Valley. So much for nostalgia! Miriam G.

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THE GOAL OF CAMP Sandy Eller's article on the camps of yesteryear took me back some 20 years. My camp experience was just so different than that of my daughters, fun, easygoing and relaxing. We had our fair share of activities and trips, but that was a specialty, not a daily pressure. I wish the camps of today would stop the rat race of who can do crazier activities, more savvy trips and have higher-strung action (twice a day, never mind). I think life hands children enough pressure and competition; we don't have to feed excessive amounts of it deliberately. The summer is a great opportunity for kids to be taught the necessary skill of relaxation, to stop and enjoy that fresh country air along with tons of healthy activities and non-pressuring fun. Relaxation is

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After seeing your feature on the Torah cannoli, I would like to share an idea of another Sefer Torah treat for kids. It is fun, easy and mess-free. A Reader

THE RACKET UPSTAIRS Dear Upstairs Neighbor, You are such nice people; you surely don’t realize how much some things disturb us. On a wooden porch, especially when it is unwisely placed over bedrooms, every step is amplified tenfold. Of course, you are not expected to refrain from using your porch! However, perhaps you can be considerate and not jump on pogo sticks, trampolines, ride on bikes, bounce balls, etc. You cannot imagine how much these noises bother us! In lots of neighborhoods, it is enforced that kids not be allowed outside Shabbos afternoon until 5:00 (that includes roughhousing on porches…). This practice is beneficial for adults and kids. Some mothers use the time to make their kids rest (read in bed for ½ hour, or sleep) while some others just tell their kids to play quietly. Perhaps I could still wish to be able to rest on Shabbos afternoon for more than five minutes before a ball on my window or a pogo stick on the top porch rudely awakens me? One could hope… I would love to use this great opportunity to solicit the opinion of my dear fellow Monsey residents. All of us are sadly aware of the unfortunate fact that our wonderful town’s insulation is almost nonexistent. This unrepairable problem behooves us to consider: • Is it right to zoom around on bikes in an apartment that has a downstairs tenant or neighbor? • How about bouncing balls over bedrooms? • Is jumping on pogo sticks indoors a right thing to do? • Should upstairs neighbors be particularly careful over bedrooms? I would really love to hear your opinions! Thank you for fantastic kosher reading material. Each of your wonderful writers are a true winner! The graphics are stunning and the recipes are great. Keep up your great work! C.B. EDITOR’S BULLETIN The hours for Ruach Hachaim Park were inadvertently omitted in last week’s Excursions. Please note the hours when it is open to the public: Sunday: 12:00 – 4:30 p.m., Monday – Friday: 3:00 – 7:30 p.m.


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ought to consider going back to the way they lived before. The point I’m making is that everything in life needs to be balanced. You are in the driver’s seat, and every minute you must make decisions regarding your health. The choices you make may vary, but it’s important that you don’t go to a place where insanity kicks in. Now, many people do not experience stress from improving their eating, sleeping and exercise habits; in fact, quite a few people have told me “they’ve never felt so good” after making healthy lifestyle changes. But you’ve got to understand your own needs. What I mean is that you may become overwhelmed by reading health-related articles, for example. Some people feel they will never be good enough, and take their diet and exercise habits to the extreme, while others read these articles for fun and decide what makes sense to integrate in their lives without overdoing it. Ultimately, if you read something and you’re not ready to implement it in your life, take a deep breath, relax and don’t stress over it!

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IN THIS WEEK’S PARSHA, Moshe Rabbeinu dispatches the meraglim to spy out Eretz Yisrael. Before sending them out, Moshe gives the meraglim a list of instructions regarding what information they should ascertain regarding the blessings inherent in the land, and regarding the strength of the people against whom they would be waging war. One such instruction reads as follows: “Umah ha’aretz…hayesh bah eitz…? – What is the soil like? Is it fat or lean? Are there trees in it or not?” (Bamidbar 13:20) Rashi explains that by asking the meraglim to find out if there were any trees in the land, Moshe was really asking them to see if there were any tzaddikim in the land in whose merit the inhabitants might be protected. There are many instances in the Torah where we see the tremendous impact of tzaddikim on those who live in their midst. In Parshas Vayeira, Avraham Avinu davens for the salvation of S’dom, and we learn from this story that ten tzaddikim are enough to save an entire city of r’shayim. Another example is in Parshas Vayeitzei, which begins, “Vayeitzei Yaakov miBe’er Sheva vayeilech Charanah – And Yaakov left Be’er Sheva, and went to

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Charan.” (Bereishis 28:10) Rashi comments on this posuk that the departure of a tzaddik from a place has a tremendous impact: “While the tzaddik is in the city, he is its beauty, he is its splendor and he is its majesty. When he departs from there, its beauty has departed, its splendor has

Living in the light of a tzaddik, it is far easier to maintain one’s righteousness.

departed and its majesty has departed.” (Rashi, Bereishis 28:10) Likewise, Rashi makes a similar declaration on the impact of the departure of the tzadeikis Naomi from Moav: “The departure of a tzaddik from a place is impactful and makes an impression. Its splendor has turned away; its majesty has turned away; the praise of a city has

turned away…” (Rashi, Rus 1:7) The tremendous impact of a tzaddik on those around him is evident throughout this week’s Parsha. In addition to asking the meraglim to see if there are tzaddikim in Eretz Yisrael, we see firsthand several instances in the Parsha where the z’chus of a tzaddik lifts up or saves those around him. Yehoshua and Kalev were both saved from the evil scheme of the other meraglim in the z’chus of tzaddikim. Moshe changed Yehoshua’s name from Hoshea to Yehoshua, and Rashi cites the Gemara Sotah 34b that the name Yehoshua is a contraction of “Yoshiacha Hashem – May Hashem save you.” From this, Rashi concludes that Moshe davened for Yehoshua to be saved from the meraglim’s plans, and indeed he was. Kalev was also spared from the meraglim’s schemes in the merit of tzaddikim. It says, “Vaya’alu vanegev vayavo ad Chevron… – They went up, in the south, and he came to Hebron...” (Bamidbar 13:22) Rashi explains that the “he” who went to Chevron was Kalev: “Kalev went there to prostrate himself on the graves of the Avos that he not be tempted by his colleagues to be part of their counsel.” In the z’chus of the tzaddikim, Kalev was


spared as well. Indirectly, there is another instance in this week’s Parsha where it seems that a tzaddik made an impact on those around him. It says regarding the meraglim, “Kulam anashim, roshei v’nei Yisrael heimah – All of them were men of distinction; they were the heads of the B’nei Israel.” (Bamidbar 13:3) Rashi cites Midrash Tanchuma 4 that at that time the meraglim were still righteous. What changed? Perhaps it was their departure from the tzaddik Moshe Rabbeinu. Living in the light of a tzaddik, it is far easier to maintain one’s righteousness. Living in Monsey, we are extremely fortunate to live close to tzaddikim within a short drive. Take the opportunity to go and bask in their light. You can attend a Rebbe’s tisch and gaze upon his face if you are not able to obtain an appointment. In the bais hachaim of Vizhnitz, the Ribnitzer Rebbe, ztz”l, and the previous Skulener Rebbe, ztz”l, are always available, no appointments needed – and Chazal say that a tzaddik is greater in his death than in life. The Rambam teaches us that we fulfill the mitzvah of clinging to Hashem by clinging to tzaddikim. (Sefer HaMitzvos, Mitzvas Asei #6) May we always cling to our tzaddikim, and in so doing, cling to Hashem.

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It is assur min Hatorah to make an ohel keva (permanent roof) on Shabbos or yom tov. What is an ohel? An ohel is a roof measuring a tefach by a tefach (approximately 4” by 4”). • It is considered an ohel keva even if there are no walls. • It is assur m’derabonon to make an ohel aray (temporary roof), unless it is smaller than a tefach. • Even if there are no walls it is considered an ohel keva. • The chachomim were mattir to add on to an ohel aray on Shabbos. For example, if a canopy or sliding roof were already closed more than one tefach before Shabbos, it is muttar to close it completely on Shabbos. Or, if one has an umbrella on the porch that was opened more than a tefach before Shabbos, one may open it fully on Shabbos. A regular umbrella is, however, muktza on Shabbos. • Canopies and hoods on carriages that were closed more than a tefach before Shabbos may be completely closed on Shabbos. • The halacha of ohel does not apply to something that is connected to another object, because it is then considered a door and may be closed on Shabbos. Therefore hoods that are connected to, and are a part of the carriage may be closed, even if they were not slightly closed before Shabbos. If one connects the hood on Shabbos it is assur to open it, even if it was open a tefach before Shabbos. • It is muttar to cover a pot with the lid of that pot because it is obvious that the lid is specific for that particular pot. However, if the pot is larger than a tefach and the pot is not full (there is a space of more than a tefach between the food and the cover, one may only cover the pot with the pot’s lid, but not with a plate. • One may cover food for decorative purposes, because it is obvious that one is not covering the food for the purposes of making an ohel. • When one wants to cover a crib or a carriage with a net, if the net has more fabric then holes, it falls under the issur of ohel.

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East Ramapo School Budget Coming Up for Second Vote JUST OVER A MONTH after voters in the East Ramapo Central School District voted down a proposed budget, residents will head to the polls once again, this time to vote on a revised plan that would expand educational programming for public school students without restoring 14 days of extra busing for private school students. Voters rejected the $236-million budget approved by the school board in the May 16th election by an overwhelming majority. Had it been approved, that budget would have included a 2.49 percent tax increase that would have exceeded the state mandated tax cap. According to reports in The Journal News, many private school parents who would have benefited from the additional days of busing still cast their ballots against the new budget, because it would have resulted in a sharp tax hike. The new $151-million budget will include multiple benefits for the public school community, including fullday universal kindergarten, summer camp programs and increased instruction in arts, special education and bilingual services.

Restoring the 14 days of busing to private schools, which were cut in 2011, would have cost $1.4 million, with $1 million of that amount reimbursed by the state. Charles Szuberla, a state-appointed monitor to the district, said that reinstating busing on those days is something that needs to be discussed in the future, but was not the district’s highest priority. In a letter written to the East Ramapo Central School District, Superintendent Deborah Wortham noted that difficult decisions have been made to try to come up with an equitable budget. “Clearly, both the public and non-public school communities care deeply about and want what is best for their children,” said Wortham. “Whether an individual’s personal interest takes the form of art and music classes, services for students with disabilities and English Language learners, safe transportation, more election polling place or something else, everyone’s child matters and everyone’s interests matter.” The updated budget will be up for vote on a special election scheduled for June 20th.

Tappan Zee Construction Ahead of Schedule, With Late Summer/Early Fall Opening Expected for Rockland-Bound Traffic WHILE CONSTRUCTION WORKERS are continuing their work on the new Tappan Zee Bridge, the first of the twin spans is now officially drivable, reported the New York Times. The three-mile-long westbound span is four lanes wide and features separate bicycle and pedestrian paths. A trio of ramps connecting the two eastbound and westbound bridges will allow traffic to be diverted from one span to the other in case of accidents. Workers are continuing their preparations for the bridge’s fall or pre-fall opening and still have to lay a 1½-inch asphalt coating on the bridge’s deck. Also in the plans for the new span are LED lights, digital message signs and metal

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march Chapter Thirteen By: Chany G. Rosengarten

OUTSIDE, ON THE PATIO, the world was dark all around them and the forest spoke its rhythm. Sleeping birds, beaks tucked under wings, and rustling leaves and the little streams that fed into the ocean all around them, and a faraway hoot. Henya wants to invite Bianca to live But on this wooden patio, the two of them sat, with them and to heal at her house. Yosef silent. Yitzchok is aghast at the danger about to When words can never bridge the unspeakable, sometimes listening does. enter their home. “We have to—” Henya murmured, as if to herself. Yosef Yitzchok gave her his full attention. “—invite her. We have to bring her here, if her husband won’t.” He shook his head, pendulum. No. “This place is so… healing.” She said it. Admitted herself into his dream. But it was true. “There’s no way. We can’t,” he said. “I can’t. I’m sorry.” “Then I can’t live here.” Sometimes, in making a point, we sacrifice the person making the point, we sacrifice ourselves. He didn’t respond. Which was worse than How she would give anything — anything having a wall to bounce off of. — for the well-being of her friend, to have She remained poised to strike, her back, to know that it wasn’t she who her shoulders had destroyed, yet again, the life of another. knotted. Finally, in a breeze that swept her full of air, she relented and sat back into the comfort of her chair. She exhaled. How she would give anything — anything — for the well-being of her friend, to have her back, to know that it wasn’t she who had destroyed, yet again, the life of another. “Putting your friend before your own well-being won’t help her. It’ll take two people out of the race. And putting her before your family… you are

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choosing her over me.” He said it gently. He wasn’t accusing, and yet the accusation stung across her face like a slap. She bit her lip, but it didn’t help, not even when it puffed up and made it hard to talk. “You are destroying your own life for hers, and she doesn’t even value her own life.” At this, Henya was silent, not knowing how to respond but knowing fiercely it wasn’t true. Not true at all. She got up from her green and white woven porch chair and paced. Life values itself. Bianca valued life. It was perhaps because of that, to preserve herself, that she shut down and out, like a wounded lioness would. Everyone values their own life. Even when it doesn’t seem so. A soul always knows why it came all the way down here into this world of darkness, cruelty and fright. “I will always value her.” He knew. “But she’s a sick woman!” “This is what Hashem made her to be.” “True. And He will care for her. Not we.” A cold whipped her from the north and she shivered. “She’s my friend.” “We cannot have her,” Yosef Yitzchok said. “She’s sick. Very sick. Even when she’s not sick she’s crazy. She is so crazy she doesn’t even show it. She just twists your heart around.” His wife couldn’t see it. She was just blind to this. He was afraid that if she allowed a sick person into her psyche, it would destroy her. It wasn’t like Henya hadn’t also been through the war. She had. And she was just as susceptible. She would let Bianca in, and in short time Henya would be worn down, worse than Bianca. Even her just considering taking an adult friend into her own house was shocking. How could she not see it? How could he save her? He could be adamant. He did have a say in this, so he could state his will and leave it at that. “She is too sick,” he said. “If she is well enough to move into her own house near us, fine. Otherwise, you’ll have to leave her in the care of detached carers.” But Henya couldn’t. She had sacrificed enough. She huddled into herself. “We are all sick women, sick people, sagging on the inside with but a membrane keeping it all together. And why is one better than the other, if not through one’s capacity to embrace and accept the brokenness of us

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march all? “If I had that, if I could once look into my soul and just accept all the blackness, the mangled tarnish on a neshamah that was once white, not charred and maimed,” she said hotly. The images swam up as they always did, always to the surface of her consciousness. The bodies. The ones she’d shove, with bare fists. Here. Bend. Here. Pile. Dejewel. Stack. Another. Another. Always so many bodies. Oh. Too horrible, too grotesque, that was what her soul had become. She closed her eyes on herself, on the images, but they had stolen into her eyes, and danced before her closed eyelids, daring her and making death noises. She crunched her eyes tighter. Go away. Go away. “Elokai,” she whispered reaching, groping in the dark beyond the visions that haunted her, there under the cricket song. “The neshamah you gave me, she is pure. She is pure, she remains pure. Because, Atah barasah. You have created her. You, not I. Not my actions, you. You. You’ve made this horror, the war, those monsters, yemach shemam. And you’ve put me in a position where I assisted them. But Bianca is pure. She is pure. She is pure. “She is pure, Yosef Yitzchok. Bianca is pure.” “But… she drives you crazy.” “No more crazy than my own mind can. Nothing is more powerful than the ghost party going on in my own mind. Farkert. I find solace in her. When I no longer have a mind as toxically potent as her words” — oh, but it was hard to conceive of such a rebirth — “then maybe I won’t resonate with her. But now, she is my friend for a reason. Because she is me, only bolder, more honest. “It’s a neshamah friendship. Our paths down this lonely road… they

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grosgrain ribbon, and she’d woven it through her hair and tied it in a bow at the lowest step of her braid. It had survived the journey, still looked hubush and full in the tight weave of her sister’s braid, a defiance of silly and pretty in the grim and hopeless. “To the left.” But her sister was so pretty. Henya watched that bow receding farther away from her. “To the right.” Henya stepped deftly to the right. Had the bow, too, been removed from the dead? And with that, she knew that life; it was a flimsy, transient thing. People could take it away. It’s not your choice.

are connected.” She was spent. The night chill stole in, just like the sea did, edging closer to the inhabitants of the world when the moon was out. Where in the morning he was reticent, that body of water, edging away and exposing stone and shell, he now threw himself at the feet of the homes and gardens, roared. She was tired. Yosef YitzShe closed her eyes on herself, chok stayed silent, conon the images, but they had stosidering her. He seemed len into her eyes, and danced tired, too. T h i n k before her closed eyelids, daring ing how her and making death noises. deeply, how emotionally she had just expressed herself, it made her And to persevere, it was someashamed, as courage does. times necessary to give that great “Let’s consider this for another power, to live, to be and build, to night,” he finally said. choose, to feel, to be, into the hands “I’m going over to her tomorrow, of other. I’m going to tell her all this. Let’s see “I feel this strongly,” Henya said. what she says.” “For me to live, I must give life to “This isn’t a choice she gets to others.” make,” he said. “We make it, then “You already are.” He indicated we present it to her.” their child. “But we don’t know—” And with that, they went inside, “Your life is not about her,” Yosef shutting the door on the howls of the Yitzchok said. “Take your life back outdoors. from giving the power of choice To be continued... away. Take it back.” “I can never.” It had been taken Chany Rosengarten authors columns and from her. There, Henya stood close serialized novels in leading publications. to her mother, her sister. Her sister She can be reached at gchanyg@gmail. had chosen that day to wear a satin com.


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Whichever way we slice it, Thursdays tend to be busy. Between handling the three C’s: cooking, cleaning and child-raising, turning out a decent supper can be a challenge. This supper is unique in that although it’s not Shabbos food at all, it gets prepared along with it, entailing minimal extra work and no excess dishes. This is one menu custommade for all those super shviggers who host their young couples on this hectic day.

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CUBED VEGETABLE-CHICKEN SOUP I always feel bad to discard the cooked vegetables from my chicken soup. This recipe once sent to me by a dear cousin after the birth of a baby, solves that problem! Besides for being delicious, I love that it makes use of all the flavorful root vegetables.

DIRECTIONS: 1. Prepare chicken soup using your tried-andtrue method (over the years I have learned that almost everyone has their own tips and techniques for the most basic broth), but instead of adding all vegetables whole, dice: 1 squash 3–4 carrots 1 sweet potato ½ knob celery Some checked celery sticks Parsley root

2. Place in a wrap-and-boil bag. 3. Once soup is done, transfer a little less than the amount you’ll be using for supper into a container and pour the vegetables from the bag into the container. Delicious when served with French fried onions.

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INGREDIENTS: 2–3 Spanish onions, chopped 5 garlic cloves, chopped ⅓ cup oil 3 lbs. turkey stew (either dark or dark/ white combo) 8 loose potatoes 1 tsp. paprika ½ tsp. pepper 2 tsp. kosher salt

DIRECTIONS: 1. Saute onion and garlic in oil until translucent. 2. Add turkey pieces and cook for 1 hour. 3. Cube potatoes and add to pot along with spices. Continue cooking for 1½ hours, or until done. 4. Serve supper; sorry, no doubles tonight! SEASONED CHEF: Prepare above recipe in oven (the results will be slightly different) and then transfer the stew to the Crockpot and proceed with cholent cooking.

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VEGETABLE KUGEL As children, we were treated to kugel that was made fresh, exclusively on Friday. I find that I have so much to do on Erev Shabbos, that I do bake the kugel on Thursday. The problem: By the time I want to put it in the fridge, most of it has disappeared. This vegetable version — with less carbs and more nutrition — has since become a Thursday favorite. (Although I must admit some people still manage to sneak a bit of potato kugel as well.) Have all the vegetables prepared and peeled, and you can make it right after the potato kugel. No need to as much as rinse the food processor. INGREDIENTS: 3 loose potatoes 1 sweet potato 1 squash ½ medium butternut squash 1 small onion 2 large carrots 6 eggs ¾ cup oil 1 T. kosher salt ¼ tsp. pepper

DIRECTIONS: 1. Preheat oven to 375°. 2. Using the fine shredder, shred all vegetables. 3. Combine with the rest of ingredients and place in a 9x13 pan. 4. Bake with your kugel for two hours. SEASONED CHEF: Vegetables are watery, therefore you need to bake at least 2 hours. You can cut baking time by adding oat bran or bread crumbs to the mixture which will absorb the liquid.

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Suri had been working as a teacher for close to twenty years. Her mornings were busy, spent taking care of her household needs. The afternoons consisted of teaching, while her evenings were spent marking papers, talking to parents and preparing worksheets and lessons. She always tried to make the class work easier and more exciting for her students. Suri knew she needed to cut back, but then her school introduced a new reading program for her grade level. Unlike most programs that came with a teacher’s guide, textbooks and workbooks, this “program” consisted of storybooks that were given to Suri to do with as she wanted. There was no guide, only the attitude that she would know what to do. Suri felt like she was fitting a square peg into a round hole, overwhelmed with creating a new curriculum in addition to her regular duties. By the end of the year, Suri quit her job. For four months afterward, every time she thought about going back to teaching, her body cringed and yelled out, “NOOOOOOOO!” One day Suri saw a book entitled “Overcoming Burnout.” That’s when she realized she had suffered from worker’s burnout.

What is worker’s burnout? Worker’s burnout was coined by Herbert Freudenthal, a psychologist. It is a unique type of work stress that causes a physical, emotional or mental exhaustion which is combined with doubts about one’s competence and/or the value of one’s work. What causes burnout? The Mayo Clinic put together the following list of factors which may factor into burnout.

UNCLEAR JOB EXPECTATIONS: You are uncertain what is expected of you or how much authority you have.

LACK OF CONTROL: The amount of your workload, lack of resources needed to do your job properly, or inability to control your schedule

WORK/LIFE IMBALANCE: Your work doesn’t leave any time for family, friends or recreational activities.

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MISMATCH IN VALUES: Your values differ from your employer’s.

UNFAIR PAY OR RECOGNITION: You feel you should be getting paid more, or should have received a higher raise, or a promotion. There is no verbal praise for the work you do.

EXTREMES OF ACTIVITY: Your job is either too chaotic or too boring/monotonous.

POOR JOB FIT: The job does not fit your experience, level of skills or interest.

LACK OF SOCIALIZATION: You feel isolated and have little to do with your workmates.

DYSFUNCTIONAL WORKPLACE DYNAMICS: You feel micromanaged, bullied or undermined by your boss, supervisor or co-workers.


How do you know if you might be experiencing burnout? Although burnout tends to sneak up on a person, there are certain signs that could help you determine if you are experiencing burnout. • Negative, cynical or critical attitude toward your job, co-workers, and clients • A feeling that you are not doing enough or doing too much • Feel disillusioned, stagnated and/or not having any job satisfaction • Lack of energy or constantly feeling fatigued • Sleep habits and appetite have changed for the worse • Psychosomatic complaints, such as headaches, backaches or other physical complaints • Lack of interest in social activities • Inability to concentrate • Unwillingness to go to work or not being productive at work • Constantly putting the needs of others before your own • Obsessively thinking about work regardless of where you are Who’s at risk for job burnout? Job burnout has become increasingly widespread as people are now working longer hours and taking on more responsibility. Finding per-

sonal fulfillment through one’s job has become more of a challenge. Although everyone is at risk for job burnout, it is more likely to happen to someone who has trouble setting limits and tries to be everything to everyone. Those who identify strongly with their jobs will often lack the personal balance needed between their work and personal life. It is often those who have a lot of energy and a positive attitude and show the most promise at the beginning of their careers who end up getting burnout. This could be because people who are dedicated to their work will usually get more work thrown their way until they have trouble completing their tasks. Interestingly enough, those in a helping profession, such as counseling, teaching or health care are at a higher risk of developing burnout. What are the consequences of burnout? Burnout that is not addressed can lead to severe physical, emotional and/or mental problems. It can affect how you do your job, which could result in the loss of it. If you think you are experiencing burnout, it is best to take action to resolve the issues causing it. How can I overcome or prevent job burnout? First, identify the issues that are causing you

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to feel burnt out. Admitting that you are under stress or have issues that need to be resolved is the first step in treating the problem. Also, make sure you are socializing with people, since positive social interactions help to reduce stress. The easiest resolved case of burnout is usually when a person has been working too hard or for too many hours by choice. Simply cutting down on your hours, delegating work, leaving all work-related issues at work and making time for recreational activities will usually help solve the problem. When burnout is caused by an outside factor, such as unclear job expectations, a lack of recognition or being underpaid, it might be helpful to sit down with your employer and have a discussion about the issue. Often people quit without explaining their real reason and lose out on the opportunity that the employer might make the changes in order to keep the employee. In cases where stress and frustration is due to the job being boring, it might pay to take a training which may give you ideas on how to make your job more interesting. Sometimes a change in attitude — even though the position is the same — could make a big difference. Another important issue is to eat right, exercise and make sure to sleep seven to eight hours a night. This often has a positive effect on a person’s well-being. As a result, issues might seem more manageable.

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Although not all burnout can be eliminated, much can be avoided. Therefore, if you know there is no way to change the cause of the burnout or if the position is no longer a good fit for you, then it might be time to look for another position or consider starting your own business. The main thing to remember is that the earlier you are able to recognize that you are starting to burn out, the easier it will be to remedy the situation. Are there any benefits to burnout? As funny as the question may seem, the answer is yes, if caught in time, before any physical or mental damage is done. Often burnout causes a person to reevaluate his situation and ask himself questions that could change his life into a more meaningful existence. Some of the questions to ask would be: • Am I overworking? If so, why? • What are my key interests and skills? • What are my core values? Does work balance it? • What is work accomplishing or preventing me from accomplishing? Through it all, the key factor to remember is that everything is from Hashem and there is a purpose to what is happening to you whether you realize the reason or not.


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There’s nothing quite like waking up in the morning knowing that you’ll be spending the day doing something you love. (I know all about that!) Working at an enjoyable job that you excel in adds an extra bounce to your step and significant joy to life. Triple that when you have a great boss, great workmates and a great salary. But how do you land that job you dream of? Whether your ideal position involves personal meetings with high-profile clients, working with children or cooking up delicious food inside the steaming kitchen of a fastpaced restaurant, securing your desired job always starts at the same point. It all begins with the resume.

Why a Resume Matters Too often it happens that highly qualified and talented people never even manage to get an interview after sending in their resumes. They might chalk it up to an overloaded pool of applicants or bad mazel and even begin to doubt their ability and self-worth. But the truth is that many times these applicants would be hired on the spot if only they’d make it past the initial entrance exam: the reading of the resume. This document is the golden key capable of opening sealed doors. In short, it is the summation of every valuable quality you have to offer an employer. Few people, however, take the time to draft a solid resume, not realizing that it could be mean the difference between the coveted face-to-face interview or spending another day staring at the classified ads. Creating a resume is a combination of art and science,

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with beauty, simplicity and knowhow forming the foundation of the entire document. In fact, resume writing is a field of its own, with knowledgeable resume writers sometimes charging upwards of $1,200. Of course, with the proper investment of time and care, it is possible to create your own winning resume. Before you run for pen and paper, though, let’s discuss what makes resume writers even think of asking such “outrageous” sums. Perhaps, after learning what it takes to draft the perfect document, you won’t find those prices so outlandish…

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Sara Russell handed in her resume at the same time as her classmate, Toby Clig — whose mother just happens to be a resume writer. Though both graduates are equally qualified, with similar experiences, Toby’s mother helped her to include keywords that are currently buzzing in the teaching industry. While Sara’s resume focused on her patience, creativity and ability to relate to people, Toby’s resume contained power words like “curriculum planning,” “teacher-parent relations” and “classroom management.” Only one resume included specific-to-the-field keywords. I give you one guess as to which girl got the job. (Yes, it was Toby.) With thousands of industries and many industry-specific keywords buzzing about, resume writing has become a field mastered with time and experience. In addition to the knowledge base involved with resume writing, there

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It’s important to keep your resume as simple as possible but pleasant to the eye. You want it to stand out in a sophisticated manner, leaving the reader with the feeling that you are a well-balanced individual that put thought into crafting your resume. Here are some tips to do that: • Avoid using many colors, borders and multiple fonts, as this will make the document look messy and wild. • Fonts that are thick and bold, text written in all capital letters or fonts larger than 12 points may be used in headlines, but will appear too demanding, loud and abrasive if placed in the body of the text. • Don’t make your reader squint. Aim for a 10–12 point size for text body. • Script fonts that are not easy to read should never be used. • Fonts like Comic Sans are usually a big no-no, as they lend a childish tone to a serious document, leaving the reader with the underlying feeling that you lack professionalism. • Try to avoid fonts that are overused to give your document a little edge. Times New Roman and Arial, for instance, are stereotypical of resumes and will make your resume blend in just a tad too much. For a professional font that stands out, try fonts like Georgia, Calibri or my personal favorite: Cambria. You’ll also want to give the eye a break by maintaining adequate spacing between sections of the resume and by listing qualifications with bullets, rather than as an ongoing sentence with a lot of commas.

What to Include in a Resume Aside from keywords, acceptable fonts and an appropriate use of color, what else should you include on — or exclude from — your resume? For starters, you’ll need to have your contact information at the top of the page. This will include your name, address, home phone number, cell phone number, and email address, if applicable. According to outdated resume advice, the next step is to include an objective, listing what kind of position you are interested in. Good resumes don’t


Custom Crafting Every resume should be custom crafted for the business at hand. Obviously, this includes those keywords we already spoke about, but it also includes ways that you can help that particular business reach its goals. In addition to work history, vocational trainings and volunteer positions, go ahead and list different skills you have that can benefit the company you are applying to, and how you might help them solve various problems. A sure-fire way to earn points is to present statistics in how you’ve helped businesses/employers in the past, such as “raised revenue X percent,” or “decreased expenditures X percent,” etc. Hobbies are not routinely included on good resumes, unless of course, they enhance your hireability in some way. An origami hobby is probably worthless to mention on a CPA’s resume, but on an art school teacher’s resume it would be definitely worth the mention. Remember, you want your resume to be packed with powerful points and not useless trivia. In general, the rule when writing resumes (or anything really) is cut, cut, cut! If it’s not necessary just leave it out! Leave out references, unless the hiring party is specifically asking for it. You can always supply those later. One thing you should include, however, is a cover letter. This is your place to shine, to let your personality spill forth onto the page. This is the place where you can get the hiring team to connect with you. Don’t be afraid to write about how you can positively impact their company, why you want to work specifically for them, or even add a line of praise about yourself — said by someone else, of course. Cover letter intros and closings are important. Please, for your own sake, don’t use the dry and boring, “Dear Sir or Madam,” or “To Whom It May Concern,” that we all learned in fourth grade. You want to show that you’ve grown beyond that and are ready to work in the adult world. Do use titles like Rabbi, Mr., Mrs., Dr., etc., depending on what is appropriate for the situation. Finish the letter with warm words of gratitude for considering you for employment. If you are submitting your resume via email, it is wise to send a PDF version that you’ve saved, in order to prevent damaged files, converted fonts and accidental deletions. If you’ve tried your best to create a stellar resume, davened and worked on those marketable skills, you’ll have tremendously increased your chance at landing a choice job. Of course, there’s still the interview to tackle, but with a golden resume opening doors, that dream job just got a whole lot closer.

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usually include an objective for two reasons: • Since resumes are scanned in under 20 seconds, objectives take away valuable attention. • Hiring companies are not interested in what you are looking to gain from them; they want to know what they can gain from you! Just the other day a neighborhood girl came to type up her resume on my computer, and I could barely contain myself from redoing the whole thing for her. I did, however, allow myself to explain the most recent bullet I’ve presented you with. “Imagine you walk into a store,” I told her, “and you are greeted by a saleswoman who comes over and says, ‘I want your money.’” The girl started giggling, imagining how funny that would sound. “We all know that saleswomen want our money, but they shouldn’t say it outright! First they have to offer us something to make it worth our while!” The same goes with resume writing. An objective simply states what you want from them. You want a job. You want them to provide you that job. By handing in a resume, they learned that fact already. Don’t dumb them — and you — down by pointing it out again. You don’t want to be like that annoying saleswoman; don’t demand a job. Sell yourself. So, how do you sell yourself?

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CLAMMY HANDS, QUIVERING STOMACHS and tremorous speech while attempting to prove ourselves to a complete stranger can happen even to the best of us when it’s time for an interview. Yes, it is quite intimidating to be vetted for a new job. But with these great tips, you might be able to halve the anxiety associated with the interview that just might land you the job you love.

THE DAY OF ARRIVE ON TIME: This means within 5–10 minutes before your scheduled interview. LOWER YOUR CORTISOL LEVELS: Before you head into your interview, lower your stress hormones by engaging in “super poses.” Do this by standing with your feet apart and your hands on your hips, or sit in a chair and throw your shoulders back and lounge, arms at the side. Do these for two minutes and feel the calm that comes from less stress. BE PLEASANT: Offer staff members and the interviewer a pleasant greeting and a smile. (Nobody wants to hire a grouch!) BE THE BIGGER MAN: If you’ve suffered a job loss or left a previous position, never bad-mouth an employer. It will make you look pretty lousy, and even worse, you might be oiver on lashon hara. BODY LANGUAGE SPEAKS: Don’t fidget, squirm, look constantly around the office, touch your face or hair, mumble or sit with your arms crossed. Do make eye contact, nod appropriately, sit confidently and smile every so often. ASK INSIGHTFUL QUESTIONS: Obviously, you’ll have already done your research about the general aspects of the business, but take it a step further and show the boss you are really interested in learning more. Discuss more in-depth details about the position available and the company’s goals. But never ask about salary at the interview. NEVER! THINK THINGS THROUGH: Many times, the person conducting an interview will ask questions about how you’ve handled difficulties in the past. It’s okay to pause, think for a minute and then give the best answer you can come up with that showcases your ingenuity, patience or whatever midah they value. The interview is time to sell yourself. Don’t be a big shot, but don’t hide your goodness either.

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BEFORE THE BIG DAY DO YOUR RESEARCH: Get to know the company you desire to work for. Learn what they do, what their goals are and what the position you’re applying for generally entails. They’ll be thrilled that you’ve done your homework. (Don’t research too much, however, and tell the interviewer you know details of his private life… That’s just creepy.) DRESS FOR SUCCESS: Make sure the outfit you will wear to the interview is clean and fresh and reflects company standards and values. Get a haircut if needed, or wash and set your sheitel, brush your hat, polish your shoes, etc. PREPARE SEVERAL COPIES OF YOUR RESUME: You’ll want it handy and can’t risk damage to a single copy. (Handing over a wrinkled resume or one with coffee stains is a big no-no.) REST UP: Try to get a good night of sleep so that you’ll be on top of your game.

AFTER THE INTERVIEW GRATITUDE: Send a Thank You card expressing appreciation for the opportunity to be interviewed by their company.

And of course, both before and after (and maybe a little bit during) the interview, daven that if the job will be a bracha in your life, everything should go smoothly!


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RECESSION: A period of temporary economic decline

TEN BEST PAYING JOBS IN THE U.S. =$20,000

Anesthesiologist

$269,600

Surgeon

$252,910

Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon

$232,870

Orthodontist

$228,780

General Physician or Surgeon

$205,560

General Internist

$201,840

The Great Recession: The time period between December 2007 and June 2009, when there was a sharp decline in economic activity, generally considered the largest downturn since the Great Depression

DEPRESSION: A long and severe recession in an economy The Great Depression: The time period between October 29, 1929 (the Stock Market Crash) and 1939, the longest, deepest and most widespread depression in the 20th century

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MOONLIGHTING is to have a second job in addition to one’s regular employment. A JACK OF ALL TRADES is a person who can do passable work at various tasks. The “master of none” element appears to have been added at a later time. A FLOATER is an employee who is reassigned from job to job as needed.


Odd jobs around the world In Mexico, people walk around with batteries to give people toques, shocks, for a fee. An oshiya, in Japan, gets paid to push people onto trains. A professional mourner, usually in Asia or Africa, actually is hired to cry at funerals. A cuidacarros, in Brazil, watches your car when you’re gone and beats up anyone who tries to steal it. Bike fishers are only needed in Amsterdam, where with all the bikes and all their canals, many of the bicycles end up needing to be fished out of the water.

The current unemployment rate, as of May 2017, fell to a low of 4.3% Natural rate of unemployment: 4%. For the economy to be healthy, there needs to be this level of unemployment, reflecting workers coming and going and looking for better jobs. If you take into account the underemployed and those discouraged workers who gave up looking for work as well, the current real unemployment rate is 8.6%, also historically low.

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that on the last business day of April 2017, there were 6 million job openings in the U.S.

Highest historical unemployment rate: 1933: 25%, at the height of the Great Depression

Lowest unemployment rate: 1944: 1.2%, due to World War II and the Bretton Woods conference for postwar economic order.

What’s the best job ever? One that allows you to express your personality while doing something you love — and getting paid for it. (Otherwise, it’s a hobby.) The current federal minimum wage is $7.25 per hour, and has not increased since July 2009.

New York’s current minimum wage is $9.70 per hour.

Employees who do not have to get paid the full minimum wage: • Student-learners and full-time students working in retail, service, agriculture, or higher education • Employees with disabilities that impair their productive ability • An employee who receives tips • Workers under the age of 20 during the first 90 consecutive calendar days of employment • Babysitters on a casual basis

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Our pool is open to keep your kids occupied!

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T N O R F R E RIV PARKS OVER THE BRIDGE

Living so close to the Hudson River gives us the advantage of scenic spots very close to home. We’ve covered most of them ‘round our parts on this side of the river: Bear Mountains State Park, Haverstraw Bay County Park, Nyack Beach State Park, The Piermont Pier and Marsh, and we took you even farther south to the lookout points off the Palisades and Ross Dock Picnic Area near the GWB, leaving over just a few unexplored spots which we hope to get to at a later point. And then there’s the other side of the river. Over in Westchester County, past the Tappan Zee Bridge are countless scenic jewels and parks with river views. We’ll be covering three beautiful ones which are not too far out.

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SCENIC HUDSON RIVERWALK PARK

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250 W. Main St., Tarrytown, NY This waterfront park has a .6-mile riverside esplanade offering magnificent views which stretch from the Manhattan Skyline to the Tappan Zee Bridge, the latter which you can see up-close. The park was damaged during Hurricane Sandy, and there is still some construction around. This park is adjacent to Pierson Park that has a small children’s playground and splash park.

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914.631.8347

30 minutes Half hour before sunrise to halfhour after sunset

GET THERE BY BUS: Take the Tappan Zee Express from Spring Valley or Suffern and get off at Tarrytown train station which is a five-minute walk to the park. (Tappan Zee Express: 845-364-3333)


SCENIC HUDSON PARK

Irvington, NY

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914-591-7736 This is a nice, well-kept park with a walkway that borders the park and several children’s playgrounds, and offers amazing views over the Hudson River, NYC and the Tappan Zee Bridge. This is a gorgeous spot to watch sunset.

31 minutes March–November: 7:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m.

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KINGSLAND POINT PARK AND THE SLEEPY HOLLOW LIGHTHOUSE

Tarrytown Light-Kingsland Point Path, Palmer Ave., Sleepy Hollow, NY

Accessible from the Palmer Avenue Bridge over the Metro-North tracks (at the very end of Palmer Avenue, where it meets Riverside Drive)

Kingsland is an 18-acre park on the shore of the Hudson River with spectacular overlook areas and views of the historic Tarrytown Lighthouse, which is at the southern end of the park. The park offers picnicking, hiking and playgrounds. The lighthouse is open to the public on several occasions during the summer months. Call the number above for exact dates and reservations.

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32 minutes Parking: $10 for nonresidents


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The Monsey View

ART EXHIBIT Showcasing Our Town’s Talent

Hindy Gordon, 10

Motty Katz

Fraidy Mendelowitz, 5

Miriam Willhelm, 6, Bobov

Shimon Herzog, 10

Yides Schaffer, 11, BDY

Roiza Fradl Spitz,

Yaakov Yosef Laufer

Malky Fuhrer, 8, Bnos Sanz

Etty Steif, 10, Bais Shifra Miriam

Yirsoel Yaakov Herzog, 8

Leah Weissmandl, 6 Ateres Bonos

Bailu Zahler, 6

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Shaindy Lefkowitz, Satmar

Blimy Landau, 7, Satmar

Malka Devoiry Biston, 8

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Baila Gradman, 10, Bais Rochel

Yisroel Elya Singer, 8, Pupa

Chaya Hindy Tauber, 10, Bobov

Chanie Mendelowitz, 10

Yitty Dresdner, 11, Satmar

Yosef Simcha Stern, 9, Bobov

Shaina Liba Perl, 11, Viznitz

Avrumy Kaufman, 9, Fallsburg Cheder

Etty Steif, 10, Bais Shifra Miriam

Yanky Held, Bais Dovid

Sarah Crawford, 5, Cheder Chabad

Tzippy Schmeltzer, 10, Bais Rochel

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Hey kids! Here’s your chance to show off what you made! Did you have fun in the snow or the fall leaves? Did you construct something special with Magna Tiles or other building toys? We’d love to show everyone how creative Monsey kids are! Please email or mail your picture to The Monsey View.

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‫יעקב יוסף און נח שפיצער‬

Yochanan Kaufman, 5

Calvert Kids Assembled a Shavuos Bouquet

‫ יצחק טובי’ און דוד יואל קליין‬,‫מענדי דרעזדנער‬

Chaya Sury Greenberger - Pre-1-a

‫ אין סקווירא‬Buchanan Ave. ‫מ’גרייט זיך פאר שבועות תשע”ז אויף‬

‫ יצחק טובי’ און דוד יואל קליין‬,‫מענדי דרעזדנער‬

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Pinchas Ort, 7 years old, created the Empire State Building out of playstix!

Avrumi Kahan

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OPEN BID FOR SCHOOL MEALS Central UTA of Monsey is offering meals for students grades Pre-K – 8 through the NEW YORK STATE EDUCATION DEPATRMENT CHILD NUTRITION PROGRAM. Lunch will be provided and shall meet the requirements according to U.S. Department of Agriculture standards. Meal pattern requirements must be consistent with the HHFKA of 2010 as published Jan. 26, 2012, 7 CFR Part 210. Bids are being solicited for meal service at our school in the Monsey/Spring Valley area, Rockland County, NY. There are approximately 750 students participating. Meals are served Sunday – Friday.

To obtain a bid packet, please contact: Central UTA of Monsey 236 Cherry Lane, Monsey, NY 10952 Or call our office at (845) 371-3400 Or you may contact by email at CUTA.PROGRAMS@GMAIL.COM Sealed bids must be submitted by June 28, 2017. A public bid opening will be held at 11:00 a.m. on June 29, 2017 at the same location. All meals must meet the following kosher requirements:  Milk – Cholov Yisroel  Pas Yisroel Rabbinical Supervision of Vendor Kitchen  Product Rabbinical Hechsher  Meals must meet all Kosher Guidelines In accordance with Federal civil rights law and U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) civil rights regulations and policies, the USDA, its Agencies, offices, and employees, and institutions participating

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in or administering USDA programs are prohibited from discriminating based on race, color, national origin, sex, disability, age, or reprisal or retaliation for prior civil rights activity in any program or ac-

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tivity conducted or funded by USDA. Persons with disabilities who require alternative means of communication for program information (e.g. Braille, large print, audiotape, American Sign Language, etc.), should contact the Agency (State or local) where they applied for benefits. Individuals who are deaf, hard of hearing or have speech disabilities may contact USDA through the Federal Relay Service at (800) 877-8339. Additionally, program information may be made available in languages other than English. To file a program complaint of discrimination, complete the USDA Program Discrimination Complaint Form, (AD-3027) found online at: http://www.ascr.usda.gov/complaint_filing_cust.html, and at any USDA office, or write a letter addressed to USDA and provide in the letter all of the information requested in the form. To request a copy of the complaint form, call (866) 632-9992. Submit your completed form or letter to USDA by: (1) mail: U.S. Department of Agriculture Office of the Assistant Secretary for Civil Rights 1400 Independence Avenue, SW Washington, D.C. 20250-9410; (2) fax: (202) 690-7442; or (3) email: program.intake@usda.gov. This institution is an equal opportunity provider.

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It happened again and again.

Another note was found today hidden in Rav Gedalia’s sefer. No one is surprised any longer...

In Rav Gedalia’s home

We’re used to it already.

I keep finding these mysterious notes in my sefarim.

It’s become a real mystery.

Every time there’s a difficult question, we find an amazing answer the next day.

My talmidim have become used to finding brilliant answers to all their questions.

Chana, the daughter of the Rosh Yeshiva, would stand behind the curtain each day to watch the beis midrash, and enjoy the sweet sound of Torah learning.

I will figure out this extraordinary secret!

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By Ann Zeilingold

Real Estate Job History Is Key WHEN PURCHASING A HOME, job history is key. Mortgage guidelines are straightforward. One must have a twoyear continuous work history and be currently employed in order to use their income in the mortgage qualification. Schooling can be part of the two years. If someone changed jobs, changed careers in the last two years, or got promoted to a position that caused an increase of income, the mortgage lender may require a work history letter, pretty much a resume of one’s work experience. This letter can make or break the deal. Sometimes corroboration from the employer is needed in addition to the letter. I understand the emphasis placed on the past. The stability of the past is supposed to demonstrate a continued stability of the future, but who knows what will happen in the future? I will never forget a loan that we closed about five years ago. The occupying borrower’s cosigner lived in another state. We wanted to close on a Thursday, but we weren’t sure that a Power of Attorney would be acceptable since it was a government loan. We ended up closing Thursday night with a POA. I got a call on Sunday morning. The cosigner, who had been on the job over 25 years had a heart attack and was in the ICU. He, baruch Hashem, survived, but he retired and never went back to work. So while we scrutinize and analyze the previous job history, we can’t obviously see into the future. The only thing that the stability of previous employment shows a mortgage company is the borrower’s willingness to work, and the hope is that if the borrower were to lose their

Find Ann’s real estate column weekly in The Monsey View.

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The stability of the past is supposed to demonstrate a continued stability of the future, but who knows what will happen in the future?

job, they would look and find a new job because they were in the habit of working. That is why multiple job changes are a red flag to an underwriter, and one cannot get a government loan if they had more than three job changes in the past year. The same logic goes for second jobs. Mortgage guidelines for years were that if one has a second job, we would have to prove that they had the job continuously and concurrently with the primary job. Additionally, a second job’s income is averaged over the last two years while the income from the primary job is calculated based on current income. The reason for the two-year proof of concurrent jobs is because the mortgage lenders are concerned that if this guideline was not in place, one might get a second job just to qualify for the mortgage and then quit. The income is averaged, because usually a second job is not as stable as a primary job and hours of work can vary based on availability and schedule. The logic again is, that if the borrower were to lose that second job, they would replace it since they were accustomed to working those hours. It all goes back to the resume. The stronger the resume, the more likely to get a job interview, a shidduch redt and a mortgage loan!


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Classifieds FOR SALE CHEVY OPERLANDER 2008, 57,000 miles excellent condition $6500.00 OBO Please call 845-548-2150 LEASE TAKEOVER Looking to take over lease for Mini Van for a few months. Responsible driver with own insurance C/T 845-270-9417 NISSAN ALTIMA 2012 for sale.Excellent condition, like new. 38,500 miles. Well maintained, oil changes made on time. 347528-0511

TOWN & COUNTRY 2001 with 110K miles in good condition in and out, Call/ text 917-776 6070 FURNITURE SALE master bedroom and dining room set, bookshelf and major appliances due to move. please call 426-0821. MOVING SALE dining room & master bdrm set excellent cond. please call 845 354 6490 MASTER BEDROOM furniture in perfect condition pictures available call 352-4875

// for sale // homes good condition in Wesley Hills $250 845-664-2109 COMPUTER DESK Brand new corner unit work station office table. In Wesley hills $125 call 845-664-2109 MASTER B/R About 8 yrs old. Great condition! Call: 918-1753 BOOKCASES Taupe colored, over 8 ft tall. Call/text 248-798-9078 CONFERENCE TABLE 8 ft. long. very good condition. chairs on wheels. office book cases (845)4257545 or (845) 304-8463

CHEVY MALIBU 2004 135K in running condition. $1200 Please call 845-746-1888.

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GRAND MARQUIS 2003, in great condition.96kmiles. Great Price. Please call 845-5456367

SOLID WOOD top quality bathroom vanity in white. 25x19. new. $150. Please call 845-425-2460

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HYUNDAI SONATA GLS 2010 with 110K miles, runs perfect, Call/text 917-776 6070

72” MARBLE TABLE Slightly used $2,500 Value. Selling for $1,900 Please call 347 885 4618

FRAMED PAINTIN of 3 generations Bobov’e Rebbes zt”l $160 845 538 0303

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DINING TABLE Walnut wood finish with 6 chairs French country style

FOOD PROCESSOR lequip, pesachdig used once $45 obo. 845 371 2379

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DUE TO MOVING Washer $100, Dryer $250, Portable ac 1400 btu $150. OBO. Pls call 596-3140

WASHER AND DRYER Used, in good working condition for $50 Please call 845-826-4928 CONVECTION/MICROWAVE GE, Black, (Over the range style) Still in the box. $100 Call 845.548.2685 FRIGIDAIRE PROOF all fridge & all freezer. 3 mo old, counter depth, stainless, shabbos mode. 347- 271 -1874 GEVRIL WATCH brand new, style 1000. Original price $2000. Asking $950.00 call 845 754 5235 HOOP EARRINGS 14k yellow gold, with a row of sapphire and diamonds or emeralds and diamonds. $500. Call: 845-538-0127 BRAND NEW mt. buggy luxury collection carriage (Urban Jungle) nautical stripes $400- W/ bassinet $500 (value $850!) 347-992-2878 THUJA GREENGIANTS 10 bushes x-large jumbo 1 gallon pot size - approx. 3 ft. tall. 659-1841 TEUTONIA CARRIAGE Brand new, dark navy color. Please call 845-371-1855 GPS SALE Tom Tom gps 5 inch screen $90 call / text 7322785231

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STYLING CHAIR Beginners, $30-. Curling irons $25- like new. Call 587-8325 PATACHOU 12M BUBBLE Brand new, white linen, could be worn for boy or girl, $30. Call: 845-538-0127 FERRAGAMO HEELS New in box. Black patent. 2” thin heel. Pointy toe with Bow Size 9. $425. 845-3048334 MIMA XARI STROLLER new condition, with bassinet and all accessories. Black/ silver 213-7488 HATBOX HAT Brand New, size 56, rimless. Retail $180, selling for $150. Call 267 226 2820, or 323 826 8006 PRE-WORN SHEVY Worn Shabbosim - 3 years, amazing condition. Brown, $1000. ($2600+ new) (267) 226-2820 BUGABOO BEE5 all black base brand new in closed box. $500 Please call: 845 213 0470 SHIRT PLACE SHIRT size 15 1/2 32/33 for $20 call/ text7322785231 BABY CRIB Mahogany Gently used, with mattress $250. Call 845-6419443 CRAZY 8 PANTS Short, New, Sz 4 dark yellow & aqua $5 each 347-432-6669 ROCKER CHAIR Baby relax nursery. Brand new. Grey color. $125. Please call 425-1937 WHEEL BOARD Bugaboo, with seat brand new condition $85 Please call: 845 213 0470

CONDOR POCKET WATCH 14k gold, with chain. Engravable. Looks new. $700, regular $1,125. Call 845-2745559 MAMAS&PAPAS Urbo2 Like new luxurious chestnut tweed stroller for sale. Used less than three months, mostly indoors. Call or text 732.779.8819 MUSIC EQUIPMENT JBL EON 610 speakers $750, Shure dynamic Mic. $100. call 499-5906. UPPABABY CRUZ New, 2015-2016 Wheat/Silver $375! Call/text 845-554-5778 UNISEX GEOX chambrae w tan embellishment new slip on sneaker to sell at $39. Pls call 9292513777 7.2 TREK BIKE with rack and bag. Excellent condition. 5380391. CAR SEAT STROLLER Graco Snugride click connect 40 infant car seat and stroller - $150. value 200+ 499 - 5508 BUGABOO HOOD For bugaboo frog. New condition. Call/text 845-5387161 INGLESINA CARRIAGE with big wheels to sell 347 790 2619 BOYS SHABBOS OUTFIT blumint , new, size 3, also, new “jon josef” womans shoe,size 35 1/2 please call 845 659 6895 NURSING NIGHTGOWN floral, brandnew $75. Selling for $50. size S. Delivery available. 845-538-7161 DAILY CONTACT LENSES acuvue -2.00 pls call 845 371 2379

MOUNTAIN BUGGY Double, 2006 In good condition without accessories $200 call 356-2047 SNAPNGO CARRIAGE please call 5177128 BUGABOO CAMELEON originally purchased in 2013. 425-1937 BABY WINTER JACKET JACADI , real down, brand new with tags, size 18 months, navy blue, fur hood, 845.596.7727 KIDS ITEMS fisher price take along swing $25. Blue hard plastic pool with slide $25. Please call 425-1937

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 HOMES/LOT FOR SALE Ellish Pkwy area. Zoned R15C large custom house w/ income. Please call. 917.843.3022 BATES AREA FLAT for sale. Excellent condition! 5 bed. 2.5 bath. Please call 845-426-0308. LOOKING TO RENT house/condo in Monsey center (not Airmont/Chesnut Ridge) for half or whole summer. (347)7862409 LARGE PRIVATE HOUSE for sale or full summer rental. ideal for small yeshiva/ institution. Please call 8453711855

WESLEY HILLS For Rent, 4Bd/4Bth with Mbd Suite, Walk-out Office & Guest Suite, Large Deck, Private Fenced-in yard, Sidewalk. Available in July. 845-362-4854 3 B/R CONDO for sale. With basement .Decatur. gorgeous kitchen granite counters. 304 2195/709 3232 SUMMER HOUSE four bedroom house for whole summer, on a quiet dead end off Old Nyack Turnpike.‎Please call 845 425 2582 HIGH RANCH in Sam Law area for rent. first floor could be a separate apt with private walk in entrance. 845-579-5452. SUMMER RENTAL New, 5 bedroom home.Deck with awning.Large backyard. Kid friendly block. Available from July 26. 845-659-9130 TOWNHOUSE for Rent, July22-Aug 23 kid friendly, shuls, shopping, deck, awning, clean, 4 bdrm 845-659-1564 great price MONSEY 4 BEDROOM For Sale 2.5 bath colonial on almost 1 acre on best block. Designer kitchen, remodeled bathrooms, immaculate home. 914-420-9846 LOOKING TO RENT a 5 bedroom house for the first 2 weeks in july please call 8452636969 SUMMER RENTAL Family looking to rent a house with a pool, for the summer. Please call or text 347 423 2325 RENTAL comfortable 4 bd/2 bthrm private house w/ gated backyard for rent on n. Cole.

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Beautiful apartments in Yerushalayim avail. for short term rentals. We manage properties as well. Call 718-408-8070 for American Service! Email us at vacation@ shisharealty.com BRAND NEW 4 room apt with a large backyard in the Bluefield area. Please call (845)3560989 3BDRM - PAIKIN 3 br, 2 bath, washroom, porch w/awning, big yard, 914 8063048 NEWLY RENOVATED 2 big bdrm apt; Huge kitchen/dinette; new stainless steel appliances; lvng/ding rm; backyd; New Hepstead; call 845 377 3687

2&3 BEDROOM Apartments for rent, available immediately. Possible for summer/short term Call/Text 845-445-9123 3 ROOM FURNISHED on Hana Lane. Dining room, kitchen, bedroom, washer/ dryer, Central A/C 845-4252861 NEW 2 BEDROOM available in New City. Please call 845-634-4604. 3 BEDRM + 2 bath ; living/dining rm; big backyard; in the Chestnut Ridge/ Spring Hill area; call 845 377 3687 GWEN LANE Beautifully renovated apartment now available. Private entrance... Great price! Call for details… (845) 352-7118

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LEGAL POOL Certified by DOH pool for rent please call 845-504-2331 POOL Beautiful clean pool for rent by the hour call (845) 445-9201 FURNISHED APT with 1 or 2 bedrooms avail on Cedar Ln. 1 or 2 full baths. Separate private entrance. 3473977301. BUNGALOW AVAILABLE in Menorah Bungalows (Woodridge). 2 large bedrooms June 29-July 30 call or text 732-522-1728 or 732-503-6871. 2 BEDROOM in the Dr Frank Area, C/A 845-356-2617 MOTEL-STYLE RENTAL room for rent by the day/ week/ weekend. Fresh linen/

towels provided. Bluefield Area. Call: 845-352-8360 LOOKING TO RENT 1 room apartment once or twice per month, must be next to viznitz shul. Please call 570-1433 FOUR ROOM on nesher ct. Newly renovated Pls call 1917- 4394044 4 BEDROOM $1800 including utilities young couple preferred please call 845-263-6969 TANNERSVILLE RENTAL private house available July and August weekly/weekends 6 bedrooms 3 full bath w/d call 845-499-0406 SUMMER/SHORT TERM 3 bedroom, 1.5 bath. Francis/ Ronald area. Please call 718781-1363 PENNINGTON 1 Bedroom, living/dining room & kitchen area. Private entrance, large patio. Access to washer/dryer. Can be furnished. 845-721-6435 SUMMER RENTAL new 2 bedroom apt. kitchen/ dinette located in the heart of monsey please call/txt 845 587 2467 SUMMER RENTAL new 2 bedroom apt huge kitchen/dinette area with washroom please call/txt 8454225919


s FOR RENT AIRY BASEMENT in Bates area from July. 350 sq. Ft. Cabinets and closets. 845 746 7251 FREE RETAIL SPACE in a consignment store 212 market street Nanuet next to the mall 845-608-5967 OFFICE FOR RENT Nearly new office for rent, close to Hatzlacha Supermarket. Great prices. Call. 917-549-4993 OFFICE SPACE 4 spacious rooms w/ kitchen area. College Olympia area. Please call 347 779 6355 STORAGE FOR RENT 1000 square foot pull up straight to garage door great location twin area call 845659-8216

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the special needs population is The STARS program is now hiring 12th Grade (age currently girls looking to hirewith a part 18+) or post-seminary to work our young time male social worker (LMSW) SISTERS OF BRIDE students 6:00-9:00 p.m. in the evening, 1-2 times a adult finds&co pale pink dress w/ for our boys program in Monsey, beading szweek, 4-6. matching szthey enjoy exciting educational and therapeutic as Preferably Yiddish Speaking. 4 ivory&pink dress. sale or rental 538-6071 activities and outings. Enjoy a fun work environment and OF gratifying workPlease as yousubmit positively lives— MOTHER/SISTER BRIDE resumeimpact to two piece gown! Size 12/14, jbrecher@nyshainc.org license required. light color,plus, extremelygreat pay! Driver’s slenderizing Call 845-641or call 718-266-9742 ext.303 For more information, please call 845-746-7254. 9443

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SIZE 2-4 GOWN ivory with lavender and purple for teenage girl or young lady. 845-352-6952

Looking for a 3508 woman/girl to help a low functioning 5 year old girl, every evening, from about 8:00-10:00 P.M. CHASSUNAH DRESS For sister of bride. Size 0 Job also involves light housework. Please call 845now,some plenty of inside seams 503-0214.

SISTER OF BRIDE Off white with lace and beading size 2-4 with room to adjust. text/call 845-659-5515

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SALE\RENT Very slenderizing black and gold Maternity dress size M Please call 845-426-2490

HELP WANTED 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 MANAGEMENT OFFICE In monsey looking to hire a girl for a full time position. good great phone skills and basic computer knowledge. Great potential. email resume to remanagementoffice@gmail. com GREAT JOB OPPORTUNITY Looking to hire full time secretary in a busy construction office. Must be well organized, very responsible, and have good communication skills. Please call 347.864.8026.

LOOKING FOR energetic and responsible person, for warehouse receiving. Please call 971232-1030 or send resume to: tsjobnj@gmail.com OFFICE COORDINATOR office in Monsey is looking for a male office coordinator. Must have excellent people and computer skills. 425-2299 ex 101 Info@ kidsfirstservices.com MEDICAL BILLER Urgent Care chain is looking for a self-motivated medical biller to join their team. Great opportunity: nymedjob@ gmail.com SPRING VALLEY OFFICE hiring FT entry level position. Candidate should be organized and have working computer knowledge. Email resume jobs@usgny.com YOUNG GIRL NEEDED for secretarial work, full time. Must be articulate, quick learner, and computer savvy. Please email resume to Bctlist@gmail.com or fax to: 845-363-0900. MEDICAL SUPPLY STORE seeking woman for customer service, full time, growth opportunities. Basic computer knowledge necessary. Email resume:

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RECEPTIONIST Professional telephone manner and Microsoft Office skills required. Please send your resume to rmeisels@ darcheinoam.org or fax to 845-352-9593.

LOOKING FOR A DRIVER for 1 or 2 routes of daycamp children to and from daycamp. Please call 845746-1560

YESHIVA’S BUSINESS OFFICE looking for a part time asst. bookkeeper who is organized, detail oriented, and self-motivated. Previous bookkeeping experience strongly preferred. Please send resumes to officejob108@gmail.com OFFICE ADMIN wanted for busy construction company located in Chestnut Ridge. must have experience using QuickBooks, Microsoft office suite. Flexible hours. Email: servicess78@gmail. com LOOKING FOR motivated employee with QuickBooks and customer service experience. Please email resume to newjobsel95@gmail.com or Call 718-827-3041 PROFESSIONAL OFFICE in Monsey is looking to hire for multiple positions, Great environment Please email resume to clearchaingroup@ gmail.com RECEPTIONIST Heimish Monsey office looking to hire mature, responsible girl as receptionist. Hours 10-5. Great environment! Applicant must have great phone skills. Will train. Email resume to: springvalleyposition@gmail. com OFFICE JOB Looking for a part/full time employee, must be detail oriented, phone skills - excel

GRAPHICS POSITION Looking for a full time secretary for a local marketing company. Needs to know Ps Ai Id. Pls email resume to agraphicposition@ gmail.com BOOKKEEPER WANTED Experienced bookkeeper needed for service business. Located in Chestnut Ridge with flexible Friday hours. Email: Homeservice10977@ gmail.com BUS DRIVER wanted for 5-7 routes daily. Please call 347-454-1902 SUMMER JOB 1) one opening full time job 6 nights a week from Brooklyn to Catskills 2)Looking for driver with vehicle in the Catskills for early morning deliveries 718-437-7888 Or text 347-436-6234 FEMALE ADMIN ASST FOR FUNDRAISING DEPT Self-motivated , database experience req; some graphics and prior experience in Fundraising Department a plus. Full time. Send resumes to kfireman@ chesed247.org or call 845354-3233 ext 1121. ENTRY LEVEL DATA ENTRY Chesed 24/7 is looking for an entry level billing assistant. 20 hrs. a week. Must be detailed oriented and proficient in excel Call 845-354-3233 x 1121 email: efeder@chesed247.org TUTOR/SPECIAL ED with bi-lingual needed for 6 year old girl for kriah and


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reading for July and August. Call 718.853.0290 LIFEGUARD NEEDED Looking for experienced female lifeguard in South Monsey area 1 hr daily throughout the summer. 347278-1278 MACHANE AHAVAS CHESED Is looking for counselors for our day camp, applications at yeshiva bais dovid main office. Or call 845-596-7546 CUSTOMER ORDERS Local supermarket looking to hire an efficient person to fill customer orders. Early morning hours needed. (845)642-0162 TRADESMAN who can use a simple minded apprentice. Will pay for your services. Maaluh Developmental Disability Center (845) 774-1422 ext 117 or contact@maaluh.org . SUNVIEW PHOTO is looking for a f/t salesgirl please call 845-206-9371 HELP WANTED Community habilitation provider for young man provides support for activities help w/ laundry, out for sushi, take walks, bowling... Evenings sun- thur( salary commensurate w experience)

must have a car and online access. Please contact Mrs Kalikstein 323-6964 SEEKING MORAH Bais Yaakov of Clifton (Passaic area) seeks 1st grade Morah with prior classroom teaching experience. Great work environment. Competitive salary. Please email resumes to hsvei@ cliftoncheder.org. HEIMISHE CHEDER in Monsey looking for experienced (male) English teacher for the upcoming year. Well paid. Also looking for Title 1 Mentors please call 845 587 2123 CHEDER looking for qualified English teachers male/female. nice pay. please email imreishufer@gmail.com or call 845-418-3232 COUNSELORS Cheder seeking counselors for preschool & ‫א‬. second half only please call 845-641-5125 BOYS PRESCHOOL seeking full time assistant teachers for both experienced and new staff. Excellent opportunity for growth. Please email resume to rweisman@darcheinoam.org or fax to 845-352-9593.

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// help wanted // playgroups // babysit SHADOW WANTED Adorable 7th grade girl in a mainstream school for the afternoon for the coming school year. Please fax resume to 845-425-5981or email malkasury@gmail.com

MOTHERS HELPER yiddish speaking girl for the months of july and August/ Hours from 3-6 for two children ages 3 and 4 1/2. suzanne area. please call 845-538-6314.

SEEKING TUTOR For boys ages 5 and 7 in English, approx. 45 minutes a day. (Preferably, high school student in Francis area) (845) 642-8262

BOYS DAY CAMP Looking For Counselors, Division Head, Rebbeim. Great atmosphere, Great pay! Call or text 914-329-5083

TEACHER AIDES Needed, East Ramapo’s Bilingual Yiddish Classes are seeking aides and assistants to work with special needs children. fax resume to 5776059 att Tamar Walker or call 577-6160 ext 5209 EXPERIENCED TUTOR Girls school seeking an experienced Title I tutor for upper elementary grades please fax resume to 845425-4345. DIRECT CARE WORKER for a 20 year old high functioning male during day time. Maaluh Developmental Disability Center (845) 774-1422 ext 117. (contact@ maaluh.org) PRESCHOOL JOBS Rochester NY preschool seeking Director, Teachers, and Assistants. www. torahrochester.com REMEDIAL POSITION qualified mentor for the upcoming school year to work with lower elementary grade students. Please fax resume to: 708-5973. BOYS DAY CAMP Looking for Bachur to take video and pictures. 914-3295083 SUMMER MADRICH for Rebbi/ Division Head.M-T. Hours-930-345.Call 732-5510426 or 845-263-2330.

BABYSITTER WANTED in my house M-Th from 3-5pm. Suzanne area. If interested please call: 2137488 HELP WANTED Looking for a someone to watch a severely allergic 3 yr old boy in a dairy, eggs, nutsfree environment (your home or mine). Please call 521-2924 (evenings). MOTHERS HELPER Seeking a high school girl, Twice a week. Herrick area. Call 425.0784 SEEKING BABYSITTER in my home, 3-5:30 MonThurs. Sept. ‘17 Albert area 845 352 2710

PLAYGROUPS PLAYGROUP ‘17-’18 Older 2 year olds. Warm experienced Morah. Herschel Terrace area. S. Dorfman 356-2413 2 YEAR OLD DAYCAMP by experienced Morah!! Warm, loving environment! Glenhill June 26-Aug 4 Few slots left Rochel David 845.426.3819 12-18 MONTHS KIDDIE GROUP. beginning Sept. Glen Hill area. Warm experienced morah. Great benefits! Few


tting // services slots left. Rochel David 4263819 PLAYGROUP 2017 For 18-24 month old. Center of Monsey, spacious facility, lunch included. Many years experience. Extended hours available. Tamara 845.425.1456.

If so, I might want to meet you! Mrs. F. Katz 845-5703565 CHILDBIRTH EDUCATION CLASSES To join the next class please call 845-426-0931. Tzippy Tauber CD (DONA) Certified Birth Doula

HAVING A SIMCHA? leave your baby in warm caring atmosphere. Call to book. 845-352-0619

QUICKBOOKS SPECIALIST Need help with your QuickBooks? Call Shucht Bookkeeping Services 845-243-7961 or email bookkeeping@shucht.com. Reasonable rates - hourly, weekly or monthly.

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.

RESPITE CARE Mothers of high functioning special needs children you may be eligible for additonal 15 hrs monthly for respite care. please call 587-2377 leave message

BABYSITTER AVAILABLE Bobby Gross is willing to babysit. Ages newborn to 18 months. Laura/ Paiken area. Lots of TLC! Please call (845) 426-2574 or (845) 659-5437

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BABYSITTING Warm & loving babysitter available for steady babysitting. Small group. On westside. Please call R. Kahana 426.0268

SERVICES MAKE A DIFFERENCE Do you believe that you can earn a significant income? Do you believe that the world needs a little more health and wealth in it these days? Do you want to help make a difference? I believe in inspiring people to do the things that inspire them so together we can create health and wealth in the world. But I can’t do this alone! Are you looking at improving your current financial situation? Do you enjoy helping people?

Expert & reliable service. Free pick up & delivery. 845-352-5013 DJ SHIMON Shimon will make your simcha! Weddings bar/bat mitzvah, engagements, BBQ parties 845.641.5062 HIGH PREMIUMS ? Paying high rates for auto insurance due to accidents and violations? Call for a free quote. Kaufman Insurance 845-356-4440 SPRINTER AVAILABLE for all trips. Friendly & reliable service. Luxury SUV’s also available. Eli 718314-1638 WE FIX hand knitted Gartlech & make Professional Fringes. Please call: 917-414-3281 SPEAKERS to rent for all your Simches & more, We also have a mp3 system. call 845.579.5467

DRIVER WANTED: Rayim is looking to hire a driver to do daily local routes. For more information please call 845-352-7700 Ext 109 and leave a message

BOXES FOR MOVING 845.356.0358

to professional. Call (845) 459-9935

SD CARDS FOR LESS 16gb 32gb 64gb “class 10” first come first serve call or txt 917-428-6036

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

HANDWRITING LESSONS The famous handwriting expert is coming to Monsey to teach you handwriting skills. To achieve a beautiful and neat handwriting please call 783-8357, 325-2791. Very experienced! 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

SEWING LESSONS By Mrs. Nass Beginners & Advanced, Girls & Ladies. Call now to register for summer.845-608-0020 HAIR DESIGN Professional Cut, blow, Chasunah styling by Roizy. Call for appointment. 845352-0619. MAKE-UP by Devorie! Refined and natural. Your home or mine.

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// services // shiurim // gemachim // SIDDUR GEMACH Sfard: Friedman 845-6087830 Ashkenaz: Shulman845 352 1756 or 845-826-671 MOVING BOXES GEMACH Cardboard Boxes for Moving 845-425-6826 or 845-6087830 KOS YESHUOS Becher Gemach Don’t spend on disposable bechers. Use real bechers. Better for your pocket, and halachically. 845377-KOS1(5671) KosYeshuos@ gmail.com

Very reasonable. Call/txt 845-642-6833.

ODDS AND ENDS LOOKING FOR a few a/c window units in working condition for a yeshiva 9178478168

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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.

SHOE GEMACH All sizes, white kalllah shoes. Call\Text 845-200-0211

LARGE, HEATED POOL In Chestnut Ridge is available for Camp and Personal rental this summer. 646-937-0644. POOL GROUP Putting together small swimming/pool group of women for a 9-10 morning slot for the full summer. 1845-499-9923 BABY MODEL Looking for baby model for a company in exchange for free copy of the pictures... 1844499-9923

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Hamaspik

Job

STARS HIRING NOW: • Camp Neshama Boys are looking for more Labedige

The counsellors! Call now 845-587-6082 STARS program is now hiring 12th Grade (age 18+) or post-seminary girls to work with our young • students Are you looking for a Summer job?Are you great with adult 6:00-9:00 p.m. in the evening, 1-2 times a kids? Do you have what it takes? Hamaspik’s CAMP week, as they enjoy exciting educational and therapeutic NESHAMA is looking for OUTSTANDING activities and outings. Enjoy a fun work environment COUNSELORS. Is one of them you? Call: 845-587and gratifying work as you positively impact lives— 6082. Or send resume to: Vzieg@hamaspikrockland. plus, great org. pay! Driver’s license required. For more information, please call 845-746-7254. •

Looking for a girl or lady to work with a teenaged girl

GIRLS that DAYhas HAB OPPORTUNITY: special needs. Job entails taking out and

Joinentertaining our Fabulous team afternoon of staff and/or who Shabbos make a on Sunday . Driver’s license preferred. Please difference afternoons. Under the Comm Hab program. Contact: UnionEsty Schonfeld Morris area. Prior experience with special needs a P :845-425-5011 E: Eschonfeld@hamaspikrockland.org plus. Please call 845-503-0242.

• Hamaspik ABA program is looking for a PARA SUNDAY RESPITE PROGRAM:

Professional to work with an adorable 9 year old boy Hamaspik is currently hiring high school girls for our the afternoon hours.Please contact and Reiny Steif at Sundayin Respite Program A rewarding fun-filled 845-503-0239 Email: Rsteif@hamaspikrockland.org experience. Good Pay. If interested, please email to Respitegirls@hamaspikrockland.org or call 845-425-3421 and leave a detail message

PACE OPPORTUNITY: Looking for a woman/girl to help a low functioning 5 year old girl, every evening, from about 8:00-10:00 P.M. Job also involves some light housework. Please call 845503-0214.

Opportunities

SEEKING WORKERS: • Girls COMHAB/RESPITE Day-Hab Opportunity: Join our fabulous team Looking for a male comhab worker toDriver’s be a ‘friend’ of staff who make a difference. license for a high functioning teenager every day between 3 and 10 preferred. Please Contact: Esty Schonfeld : 845-4255011 E: Eschonfeld@ hamaspikrockland.org pm. Flexible about schedule. Looking for a male worker to help a young man with • STARS Hiring Now!! The STARS program is now a slight physical disability every morning from 6-8 AM hiring 12th Grade (age 18+) or post-seminary girls to and evenings from 6-9PM. work with our young adult students 6:00-9:00 p.m. in Looking for a female worker to accompany a the evening, 1-2 times a week, as they enjoy exciting physically disabled girl every Sunday a therapy educational and young therapeutic activities and tooutings. Enjoy a fun work environment and gratifying work as appointment in Brooklyn. you positively impact lives—plus, great pay! Driver’s Looking for a fun-loving girl that wants to work with a license required.For more information, please call disabled young woman. Former camp simcha/hasc 845-746-7254. counselor preferred. Weekends and possibly every day. Looking ‫טויגליכער‬ for an experienced mature woman assist a ‫ענערגישער‬ ‫אויפצונעמען א‬ ‫ראקלענד זוכט‬ ‫אוו‬to ‫ המספיק‬ new mother with newborn care and light housekeeping. ‫ מוז‬.‫טיים פאסטן אין די ’מעינטענענס’ אפטיילונג‬-‫ יונגערמאן אויף א פול‬ ‫ ווי אויך קענען‬,‫ פארמאגן ערפארונג אין קאנסטראקשן און בוי ארבעט‬ Looking for a girl to take out a young boy from new ‫ ביטע שיקט אריין‬.‫מסדר זיין מינימאלע פאפיר און קאמפיוטער ווערק‬ square on Monday, Wednesday and Friday afternoon. Jobopportunity@hamaspikrockland.org. ‫ אייער רעזומעי צו‬ Looking for a female worker to work with a very low functioning teenager on weekends. Francis area. Looking for girl to take out a young girl with lots of medical issues on Sundays. Individual should have g-tube experience or willing to train. Looking for a worker to take out a young boy in new square on Shabbos.

Please contact our Comhab Coordinator at 845-5030240 or email tmermelstein@hamaspikrockland.org

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