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THE PERSPECTIVE FROM ABOVE Dear Downstairs Neighbors, Yes, we are the upstairs family you’re upset with. Let me share our perspective: We, baruch Hashem, have lively children that need action. No, they don’t have “issues.” They were just created with a different combination of genes than yours. No; they don’t sleep on Shabbos afternoon, much to their parent’s disappointment. Come 4:00, they have already sat through a seudah, read some books, listened to Mommy’s storytelling, played some quiet board games and now, they want to be free! As much as we warn them to play at the minimum noise level so as not to disturb you, please try to understand how much we’re already confining them. Yes, I know ideally we should be living in a private home or at least on the ground level, but being that you also just moved, you know what it takes to buy a home… We know some people are more sensitive to noise. Take that into consideration when buying (I know someone who turned down a well-priced and perfectly located home because the bedroom windows were facing the driveway). Come winter or a rainy day, our kids have different ideas for unwinding, especially after a long day of school, so we allow scooters, pogo sticks and trampolines in our home. We know it’s hard for you, so please let us know at which hour you put your kids to sleep, and we will try to remember to accommodate you. As for midday naps, well, they do sell earplugs and noise machines. And if you really think we’re all bad, check outside and see who provides the neighborhood with fun! I also wanted to add that as newlyweds, we rented our apartment from grandparents, and our bedroom was right under the room their grandchildren played on Shabbos afternoon, hence no nap for us; yet it never dawned upon us tenants to demand silence from our landlords. It was, to us, an issue of knowing who’s boss over whom. Your Upstairs Neighbors
A SOUND SOLUTION Dear C.B., I can’t help you with the issues of noise coming from outside. However, for noise that is coming through the walls, floors and ceilings from next-door neighbors there is a lot that can be done so that every family has their privacy. When my home was under construction I asked my builder to soundproof the guest bedroom. Sadly, it is as soundproof as your house is. Later when I was doing my basement, I did my research and found that surprisingly, one of the few real soundproofing companies is actually a heimishe company based right here in Monsey (Trademark Soundproofing 845-388-1200). I contacted them, and they helped me with the design and supplied me with materials. What can I say? Whenever anyone comes to our basement, they are amazed by how well the soundproofing works. I am always telling anyone that is doing construction to call them and am passing on the info here l’toeles hatzibbur. (I don’t work for the company and would be happy to share my experience for anyone who wants to contact me through The Monsey View.) H. Herzog
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A LITTLE RESPECT GOES A LONG WAY Dear Mrs. B. (and other shoppers who may benefit from this message), When you called me to use your store credit from two years ago, I was quick to accommodate you, even though my store officially closed down a year ago. Knowing your situation, that you were homebound after a health event, I packed up leftover inventory for you to choose from and allowed your husband to bring it home to you. It was really hard for me, as I’m going through a health crisis myself right now, but I feel honesty is important and I wanted you take advantage of your credit. I did the right thing, but never once did I hear a “thank you” come from your mouth. Even when you called to discuss your options, you so rudely told me, “None of these things are really interesting for me.” It wasn’t the first time you were rude and condescending… I remember my interactions with you from two years ago, when you bought an item I told you would be too large, but you insisted on purchasing it anyway. I even went out of my way to deliver the specific size to you. Three weeks after the purchase, you woke up and realized you’d made a mistake. When you called me, you were demanding and degrading, insisting I give your money back. I couldn’t do that, but I made an exception, because I wanted happy customers, and issued you a credit. You didn’t even say thank you. I felt so disgusting, cheap even; an unwanted parasite that sucked away your money — even though you made the bad decision to buy an item that I tried to talk you out of. To make matters worse, you spoke with a queenly air, as befitting a woman of royal blood. But yet, your manner of dealing with me was in no way befitting of a bas melech. What happened to hakaros hatov? What happened to treating people with respect? Mrs. B. and other shoppers, remember that the person standing behind the counter is a human being and trying their hardest to make you happy. Treat them with respect and show gratitude. T.T.
FRONT-ROW SEATING These last few weeks have been filled with the nachas of seeing our children and grandchildren graduate from their respective grades. No matter the child’s age or grade, their excitement level is high and we are privileged to join their simcha. This past week I had the honor of attending a granddaughter’s 8th grade graduation. It is a very large class with a huge audience. In order to accommodate the bubbies and mothers, the first few rows of seats had notices on them clearly stating “reserved for grandmothers and mothers.” Although I got to the graduation fairly early, I didn’t manage to find an empty seat (many are privately reserved), until about the 8th row. As I sat down with another bubby friend, we looked around and noticed two girls sitting on “reserved” seats. On my row were two mothers who clearly would have preferred sitting closer to the stage. I politely asked the girls to move farther back, and lo and behold, the bubby with whom they were sitting, put up a fuss and refused to allow the girls to change seats. The girls seemed very embarrassed at her behavior and got up, but the bubby insisted that they had been there before I was, and if they don’t find seats together farther back, they will return. The two mothers were themselves embarrassed to move up (they were afraid of angering the bubby), so my friend and I moved up and sat down. Elders, what are you teaching your children? If there’s a sign clearly stating that this seat is not for you, then don’t sit down on it! A nearby woman leaned over to me and confided that she finds it difficult to go to her einiklach’s Chumash seudos because of the girls who insist on taking the front seats. Perhaps performances should have people in place whose job it is to ensure that front rows are exclusively for parents and grandparents. As much as sisters, aunts, cousins, friends, nieces, etc. want to join the nachas, they should do it from seats farther back. The same goes for yingela performances which are attended by tatties and zeidies. No Back Seat for This Bubby
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Becoming Weigh Smarter How to Appease Picky Picnickers HAVE YOU EVER PACKED A PICNIC for your kids, and even the pickiest eaters sampled the produce? The honest truth is that some foods — including sliced vegetables, which are not usually kid-friendly — seem like a treat to children when they’re away from home and they watch you prepare them. Now that summer is here, it is prime picnic season. That said, don’t panic if you’re not a frequent park-goer — there are still several ways to lure your kids into eating their vegetables. Consider serving a plate of veggies with healthy dip on the side for your kids to come home to after a day of riding their bikes, scooters or rollerblades. It may come as a surprise, but your kids will likely take a break during the day and ask for a nutrient-dense treat. I’m not sure what it is, but I’ve heard it from a number of mothers that in the summer, when kids are busy playing outside, they actually enjoy snacking on healthy produce. So why not picnic right outside of your own home?
Grilling Regardless of where you shop or picnic, you can smell the grilling aroma, especially on a Sunday afternoon. Many people grill at home, while others prefer an outdoor grill. Regardless, grilling can be a fun family event, with the added benefit of providing a unique twist to standard cooking. Hot dogs and buns are some of the most popular items to grill. And while I’ve prepared hot dogs for my picky kids, I’ve cut down on them immensely. Personally, my goal is to eliminate this junk food altogether! I mean, is there anything filled with as many chemicals and junk as a hot dog? A long time ago, an old friend told me that every time they had hot dogs for dinner, her mother would make them swallow a few tablets of vitamin C to counteract some of the horrible ingredients in the franks. And these ingredients are definitely a concern, especially if you eat
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The entire recipe contains 10 grams of carbs, so divide accordingly. Enjoy your delicious marinade and strive to create a safe, healthy and enjoyable grilling experience without those hot dogs! DID YOU KNOW? Just by eating a medium piece of chicken or meat, your body will use about a hundred calories to digest it!
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I ONCE HEARD A BEAUTIFUL MOSHUL. In a small shtetl, Chaim took out his watch to check the time and discovered that the watch did not seem to be correct. Chaim walked to the marketplace and asked if anyone knew the correct time. Three other villagers pulled out their watches, and promptly reported three completely different times. The men groaned. Nobody knew which time, if any, was correct, and it could be months until someone traveled to or from a larger town to find out the correct time, as back then travel was difficult and rare. The villagers went back to business as usual. Chaim continued to wind his watch every day, but the other villagers did not bother winding their watches, figuring they should wait until they find out the real time. Finally, after a year, a rich man from the big city arrived in the shtetl. A small group gathered around him and asked for the correct time. The man took out his golden watch with a flourish and announced the time. The villagers all pulled out their watches to set the time, but only Chaim was able to do so. Because Chaim had continued winding the watch that entire year, the gears were working properly. All the other watches had rusted solid and could no longer tell the time. Parshas Chukas begins, “Vay’dabeir Hashem el Moshe v’el Aharon leimor, ‘Zos chukas haTorah asher tzivah Hashem… – Hashem spoke to Moshe and to Aharon saying, ‘This is the statute of the Torah which Hashem commanded…’” (Bamidbar 19:1-2) The Parsha then goes on to describe the laws of the Parah Adumah. The Ohr HaChaim Hakadosh asks why the To-
rah uses the words “zos chukas haTorah” as opposed to “zos chukas hataharah” or “zos chukas hatumah.” After all, what follows is the specific law of becoming tahor through the Parah Adumah, not laws relating to the entire Torah. The Ohr HaChaim answers that by performing a mitzvah that we do not understand, Hashem regards it as if we have kept the entire Torah. By fulfilling a command that does not make sense to us, we demonstrate that our motivation in performing all the mitzvos is not because they make sense to us, but because Hashem commanded us. Otherwise we would be obeying our intellect, not Hashem. The mitzvah of the Parah Adumah is called a “chok” – a mitzvah that we cannot comprehend. There are other chukim in the Torah, so one might wonder why the Parah Adumah is the chok that is called “chukas haTorah.” Why is this chok considered more incomprehensible than the others? The Kli Yakar explains that the reason for the mitzvah of the Parah Adumah is more hidden from us than other chukim. For example, Shlomo Hamelech understood the reason for every mitzvah except the mitzvah of Parah Adumah. (Bamidbar Rabbah 19:3) In fact, the only person to have understood the mitzvah of Parah Adumah is Moshe Rabbeinu, and Moshe did not come to understand it on his own. Hashem revealed to Moshe the reason. (Bamidbar Rabbah 19:6) The Sfas Emes concludes from this midrash that the mitzvah of Parah Adumah has meaning that can be understood. And yet, the Sfas Emes cites Koheles 7:23 that Shlomo HaMelech spoke about the Parah Adumah, “Amarti echcamah v’hi r’chokah mimeni… – I
By fulfilling a command that does not make sense to us, we demonstrate that our motivation in performing all the mitzvos is not because they make sense to us, but because Hashem commanded us.
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said I will become wise, but it was far from me.” Why was it beyond the grasp of even one so wise as Shlomo HaMelech? The answer lies in that very description: wise. Wisdom, logic and understanding are all tools in the realm of the natural world. The Sfas Emes explains that the reasons behind the mitzvah of Parah Adumah are above the laws of nature, and therefore cannot be accessed through ordinary means. The Sfas Emes concludes that we should accept the mitzvos because Hashem decreed them, regardless of our own understanding. If we do this, then Hashem actually grants us some understanding, which is why Hashem revealed understanding to Moshe. We are not on the level of Shlomo HaMelech, understanding all of the mitzvos except for the Parah Adumah. For most of us, there are many mitzvos that we do not properly understand — not only chukim. While we should strive to understand them all, the reality is that we do not. However, we should try to do those mitzvos with the same z’rizus as the ones we do understand. If a person were to wait until he understands a mitzvah before performing it properly, he would be like the watches that were neglected until the “right” time came. His physical body will have fallen into disuse in the area of that mitzvah, and it would be very difficult to change. If you find yourself faced with a mitzvah that you do not comprehend, tell yourself that you are going to perform this mitzvah with all your heart because Hashem commanded you to do so, and then pour yourself into doing it. In that z’chus, Hashem may just grant you the understanding you desire.
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Ullman Named Interim Supervisor for Town of Ramapo. THERE IS A NEW FACE taking on the role of supervisor in the Town of Ramapo, as former Deputy Supervisor Yitzy Ullman was named to the post during a town board meeting.
Ullman, a Spring Valley resident, resigned officially from the town board in order to be appointed interim supervisor. Mayor Fred Brinn of New Hempstead was appointed to the town board to fill the
spot vacated by Ullman. Both Ullman and Brinn have said that they only intend to stay in their new positions until they can be filled in the next November election.
County Legislators Present Awards to Yeshiva Students for Educational Efforts A GROUP OF SIX fourth graders from a local yeshiva were honored by the Rockland County legislature last week after taking part in a yeshiva education expo held in Brooklyn. All six boys are students at Yeshiva Darkei Emunah Munkacs in Monsey and they had the opportunity to visit with county legislators Aron Wieder, Phil Soskin and Toney Earl who recognized them with Certificates of Accomplishment. The education expo was held at the Torah V’Yirah Hall in Boro Park on June 18th and included more than 100 students from 10 yeshivos, including two Monsey schools: Darkei Emunah and Adas Yereim Vien. The event was organized by the Yeshiva Principals Association as part of an ongoing effort to boost general studies programs in yeshivos, as reported by Hamodia.
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cipals and teachers would love to have new and fun ways to teach their subjects, and a forum like this helps everybody see that there are interesting and kosher ways to do just that.” Several area rabbonim and elected officials visited the expo, taking time to listen to students share their knowledge. Among the projects at the fair was a display about the effects of drought on local water systems and a diorama depicting the aftermath of a hurricane. Rabbi Shmuel Yaakov Klein of Torah Umesorah discussed the significance of teaching general studies “al taharas hakodesh.” “In everything that a Jew does, he has to be taught a way not just to do it, but to do it according what the Torah requires of him,” said Rabbi Klein.
East Ramapo Board Vows to Discuss Extra Private School Busing for 2018–2019 as Voters Approve Latest Budget THE FEW VOTERS who turned out for last week’s revote on the East Ramapo School budget approved the $232.6 million plan, saving the school district from having to resort to an austerity budget. The vote passed by a relatively slim margin with 2,121 votes in favor of the budget and 1,809 opposed the plan which will fund multiple programs for public
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school students but will not restore 14 days of private school bussing for private school students which were eliminated in 2011, as reported by The Journal News. School board president Yehuda Weissmandl said that work on next year’s school budget will began immediately, with “serious conversations” to take place about the district’s transportation needs.
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“You can’t use Bianca as a self.” As a self. There was no self. She was feeling so empty. Oh, how she wished she didn’t have a self. Why was she the only one who did not merit, in the camp, to breathe her last, to soundlessly give up and die? It was her will to live. Her powerful, willful will that kept fighting. Fighting for that which is better left alone. Where did it ever take her? But what a silly thought. Always silly, or horrific visions occupying her mind. And it wasn’t her will. It was the Bashefer who had kept her alive. For some reason, for some purpose, she was kept alive. Maybe for Bianca. Maybe for her family. For both? She wished she could stop thinking, and she tried. She did. Cooking, it stilled the mind. Chop, mix, stir, sniff, add, stir, taste, cool. Cleaning, it shushed everything up. Especially last-minute cleaning. Rush, rush the clock to an Erev Shabbos. The beds. The pans. The floors. The windows, always wiping, shining, almost there, almost there. But here she was, in the van. No distractions. Oh… wait. What had Tilla said? She said the entire community was in jeopardy. Henya must find out. And Yosef Yitzchok. He had also mentioned something, but then they changed the subject and spoke about Bianca and they never went back to what was worrying him. A loop of worry. She could get lost in that. Satisfied, Henya sat back into the plush seating that stuck to her, prevented her from sliding back and forth as the vehicle turned. She imagined what that mysterious conversation could be. Yosef Yitzchok had dreams. But he clothed them in reality. What was it now? What was it? The worry; it comforted her as they rode and rode and bumped over the roads. Her back was aching with fatigue when she got home. But she was on time! She could be there for her friend and for her family. She set out spongy placemats on the table and covered the small floral rectangles with cutlery, a dinner napkin and a cup full of milk. When Yosef Yitzchok came in from Mincha and washed for dinner, she was ready. “Yesterday, you wanted to tell me something? About… a problem? In the shtetl?”
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“Oh.” He was still chewing, deliberately grinding the bread to a wet pulp. His Adam’s apple bobbed. “How was… New York?” “What was it that you wanted to tell about, yesterday?” “It’s… heavy.” He sighed. “How is Bianca? Was she still unresponsive?” “No. She yelled at me. That’s good.” He looked over at her with eyebrows raised. “It means she’s fully back to herself,” Henya said. “How was the trip for you?” he asked. Oh, that question. The fish was delicious. She marveled at it sometimes. How she’d starved, how she’d done anything — stealing food, eating earth — to sustain herself. And here, fish. Plus colorful vegetables. Drinks, milk, fruits. She didn’t deserve it. She didn’t. It was too good. “Yosef Yitzchok, is there any reason why you decided not to tell me what you were going to say?” “No. I would never. It’s just… hard. Really hard. I wanted this shtetl to work.” “It’s working. Beyond my wildest dreams.” “No. There’s so much more than houses and people in a town. A town has a heart. And ours… is bleeding.” She looked at him, disbelieving. For a moment, her own inner choir stilled eerily. She’d never seen him like this. Never. Not when he built the town with his own two hands. Not when the winter frost had made everything seem bleak and she hadn’t believed this town would have people. She felt sad for him. And happy, a glimmer of happy, for herself. They’d move. Sad. He had built his dream. How terrible it was to be at odds with her husband’s direction. To care for him deeply and not for his cause. “I built it. I built it with my own
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an. She nodded impatiently. “They want to leave.” She waited. “And?” The meal was eaten, the plates still sitting, dirtied. “They’re leaving.” The plates couldn’t just sit there, waiting. But neither could her husband. “But…” She felt genuinely confused. She stood up to clear the table, the forks scraping loudly against the plates as she disposed of the bones. Relieved, too, that this wasn’t about her, about them. Disappointed too. So they two hands” he said, picking up his wouldn’t be moving. “Why is he palms to his face as if to examine moving?” them, but he wasn’t looking at “It’s too much for him.” them, but through his fingers at She didn’t know what to say. So her and she knew. His calluses? she sat back down, at the edge of From hoeing the earth and insert- the vinyl wrapped chair. He looked ing saplings. His nails, never com- tired, her husband. Like the day pletely clean from the cement and they had met and only the promise the cow and the tractor engine. of tomorrow had kept them. No. She didn’t want to see his “How does this affect everyone else?” She was so tired. Tonight, she’d be blessed to fall asleep without tossHow terrible it was ing, maybe. She yawned. She started on the to be at odds with her dishes, soaping them, rubbing them, a woman’s husband’s direction. art. He spoke from beTo care for him deeply hind. “It’s not each person in and not for his cause. his own little house box. We don’t live in absence of each other’s influence. If dream crumble. one person leaves, and since it’s so She didn’t know what to say to hard for all of us… we’ll all leave.” fix it, because she could barely un“That is so not like you. Our derstand what happened to shake entire project will be in vain? The his granite resolve. entire town—” She clapped her “I thought I’m building a shtetl. I hands. “Smoke. Gone.” thought we are going into nature. “Let it all fall apart,” Yosef YitzYou have seen how healing nature chok said. “Let it. I will have to pay is—” this off for the rest of my life, and “Have I?” she asked. my dignity will be gone. But you’ll “You’ve been wanting to invite be happy. We’ll be back in the city. your friend here.” I can’t do this alone anymore.” Oh. “Yes. Yes, you’re right. And?” To be continued... And what was the problem? “You know Moishe Herschlag?” Chany Rosengarten authors columns he asked. and serialized novels in leading publicaOf course she knew them, Zelda tions. She can be reached at gchanyg@ Herschlag was a sweet, good wom- gmail.com.
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IT’S THE RIGHT LIGHTING THAT ENABLES YOU TO ENJOY YOUR HOME’S FULL POTENTIAL. THE LIMELIGHT IS W E L L-DE SE RV E D. Whether you want to stay in a room or not will very likely depend on the ambience created by its lighting. Warm lights for the bedroom, bright and cheery for the playroom, focused task lighting to enable efficiency in the kitchen, elegant sophistication in the dining room. It’s the right lighting that enables you to enjoy your home’s full potential. Today’s designers recognize this. In fact, they will often consider the type of lighting before choosing paint colors and tiles, and sometimes even before the sheetrock is up in a new home. From the last item on the checklist, lighting has become the very first. The client’s preference for classical or modern lighting, creative pendant lights or traditional chandeliers will set the tone for the entire project, providing a focal point or creating a theme which generates the desired atmosphere. Then, paintwork, tiles, wallpaper and furniture can be selected for a unified look. “Over the past few years, we’ve been at the center of this transformation,” says Asher Cisner, of Hello Lighting. “We have seen lighting come into focus as the heart of a home’s décor. As the lighting market expanded to include new styles and technologies, we saw that the myriad new options were not available to local consumers, and Hello Lighting has jumped in to fill that void.” Hello Lighting was founded in 2011 by electricians under the name Lighting Getz, which served as lighting suppliers for electricians and contractors, but the business soon began to serve the public too. From the simplest, economical fixtures to show-stopping designs for new homes and commercial buildings, if it gives light, they have it. Customers like to see all their options, so, to showcase ideas and styles, Hello Lighting has recently opened an expansive showroom
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on Melnick Drive in central Monsey. One of the fascinating things about lighting is its almost unlimited potential to update a tired room without breaking the bank. If you feel like you need a change, but do not want to redecorate, look to different lighting styles for inspiration. A glamorous modern fixture can upgrade your dining room, well-placed floor or table lamps can change the mood of any space without moving a single piece of furniture, while sconces can highlight your treasured artwork or accent details. Playful touches such as colored lights or unusual fittings can be used both indoors and outdoors for great effect. While brass-and-crystal chandeliers are still in style, crystal and chrome is a new trend for a clean, sophisticated look. The quality of the crystals will have an impact on their effect — at the top of the range, Swarovski crystals offer a diamante sparkle. Current lighting ranges are distinctly jewelry inspired, because lighting fixtures act like the house’s jewelry, enhancing the look of each room with an added layer of beauty.
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Everyone has their own classic grilling favorites. Night after night, week after week, until it’s time to clean the grill for good, we basically rotate the same summer suppers. Here I present you with three completely different recipes. This is not your standard grilled meat or chicken wings… I wanted to show you that not only can the main dish be grilled, but you can actually cook the entire supper on the grill and keep the kitchen cool and clean! There’s even dessert…
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GRILLED LONDON BROIL This meat is a great option for a weekday supper, because it is relatively cheap and you can slice it on the diagonal and serve an entire family. It is also my go-to Friday night meat; grill it in the afternoon, wrap it in parchment paper and then in silver foil, and it tastes perfectly fresh when it comes to the seudah.
INGREDIENTS: 2 lb. London Broil 1 cup soy sauce Âź cup light brown sugar 3 tablespoons apple cider vinegar 2 teaspoons Dijon mustard 1 teaspoon red pepper flakes
DIRECTIONS: 1. In a large Ziploc bag combine soy sauce, brown sugar, vinegar, mustard and red pepper flakes. Cut diagonal slits in the London Broil, making sure not to cut all the way through and place into bag with the marinade. Let sit for 3â€“4 hours, or overnight. 2. Heat grill to high. Remove steak from marinade and reserve marinade. Brush grates lightly with oil. Grill steak for 6 minutes, brush with reserved marinade and turn over, brush with marinade again, and continue grilling for an additional 6 minutes, for medium rare. Let rest 10 minutes before slicing.
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MINI RED POTATOES ON THE GRILL Grilling these potatoes in foil packets seals in moisture for tasty and tender spuds right off the grill, and best of all – you won’t have to wash a single dish!
INGREDIENTS: 1 lb. mini red potatoes, washed well and cut in half 2 tablespoons oil Salt, pepper, and paprika Chopped fresh parsley
DIRECTIONS: 1. Place cut potatoes on a large piece of parchment-lined foil. 2. Drizzle oil and spices over the potatoes. Fold into a tight packet and grill over medium-high until potatoes are soft, about 25–30 minutes. When done, garnish with chopped parsley.
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A grunt is a classic American dessert combining cooked fruit and a fluffy dough topping. This version has this sweet dessert cooking in the skillet, right on the grill, while you enjoy your main course.
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DOUGH TOPPING: 1 cup soymilk + 2 tablespoons lemon juice 1 cup flour 1 teaspoon baking powder ½ teaspoon baking soda ¼ teaspoon salt 2 tablespoons sugar 2 tablespoons margarine, melted 1/8 teaspoon cinnamon mixed with 1 teaspoon sugar
DIRECTIONS: 1. Heat grill to medium. Combine blueberries, ¼ cup sugar and lemon juice in an ovenproof skillet and place on open grill. Cook for 10–15 minutes, until thickened. 2. In a small bowl, combine soymilk and lemon juice and let stand for 10 minutes. 3. Meanwhile, with a fork, whisk flour, baking powder, baking soda, salt, sugar and melted margarine. Add the soymilk mixture. Stir until a moist dough forms. 4. Spoon 6 heaping dollops of dough over fruit. Sprinkle the cinnamon-sugar mixture over dough. Cover skillet tightly with parchment-lined foil. Cook until dough is set and tops are dry, about 20 minutes.
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1. How should STEAKS be prepared for grilling? At which temperature should they be cooked? Steaks and ground beef need to be treated differently when you are preparing them for grilling. While ground beef should be kept cold, steaks should be brought to room temperature to yield the best results. The science behind it is as follows: If ground beef is brought to room temperature, the fat content that keeps the burgers juicy will melt into the fire the moment it hits the hot grill. When a burger is put on the grill cold, the meat fibers have a chance to tighten around the fat molecules before they melt, keeping the moisture in the burger while it cooks. Steaks, on the other hand, need to be room temperature so the outside won’t char and burn before the inside warms up enough to cook thoroughly. 2. HOW DO I CHOOSE THE BEST GRILL? When choosing a grill, there are three important things to consider: GRILL TYPE: Do you prefer a grill fueled by charcoal or gas? Charcoal grills can be bought at a lower price point but require new charcoal or briquettes every time you grill. It takes 15–30 minutes for the flames to reduce before the food can be cooked on the hot coals. Despite the inconvenience, many people believe that there’s nothing like the taste of food coming off a charcoal grill. Gas grills offer convenience and speed, but you’ll pay the price for it. QUALITY: Try and get the best quality for your money. The most important thing to look for when choosing a gas grill is even heat distribution. Hot and cold spots on grills leave some foods undercooked and cause others to burn. When shopping, look for grills with high-quality tube burners — three tubes are optimal, along with a well-insulated hood that locks in heat, and heavy-duty cooking grates that transfer heat. For a charcoal grill, look for a grill that has a good quality, solid exterior and a tight fitting lid to hold in heat. PRICE POINT: Once you’ve decided on a grill type, decide on a budget for your grill. It is better to compromise on size than on quality. Don’t get lured in by extra features you will not use that will significantly add to its price.
3. Do you marinate the steaks, or is the barbeque flavor enough? Marinating is best suited for tougher steaks like skirt and hanger.
These cuts can usually be marinated up to 24 hours in advance, for a minimum of 2–3 hours, and is best done in a non-reactive, non-metallic container. A good choice is a Ziploc bag. Rib steaks do not need to be marinated. The fat contents of anything off the rib has enough flavor to stand on its own. Salt and freshly ground black pepper are the best complements for these steaks and won’t mask the natural flavor. If you prefer something more sweet or savory, brush on a marinade of your choice the last five minutes of grilling, so that you don’t risk the acid in the marinade breaking down the fibers in your premium steak. 4. How do you know when the food is ready? The best and only reliable way to test if the food is ready is with an electronic meat thermometer. 5. What can I do TO PREVENT MY STEAKS FROM DRYING OUT? Buy good-quality, well-marbleized steaks, and do not overcook them. It’s also very important to allow the steaks to rest for ten minutes after you take them off the grill, so the juices can redistribute. 6. Do you have any other tips to share? Grilling is a great way to spend time with your family without the mess inside your kitchen. Try not to over-complicate things. Complex menus and side dishes make it so much less enjoyable and difficult to get everything ready to serve at the same time. Pick one or two basic proteins for each BBQ and save other items for another night. If you have advance planning, marinate ahead of time so all you have to do is throw your chicken or meat on the grill. If you’re short on time, choose proteins that just need seasoning, like burgers, steaks and hot dogs. Cut up a fresh salad or grill some veggies. Let the proteins be the star. Of course, the easiest way to grill is to shop Evergreen’s meat department for our huge selection of pre-marinated, grill-ready chicken, burgers, skewers and steaks.
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Hi everybody! Y’know when you see the ads for “Order Your Sukkah Now” and you’re like, “Seriously? Summer just started!” Check out Target when you’re still buying camp paraphernalia and you’ll see the store is full of back-to-school supplies already. It makes you anxious, ‘cuz aren’t you supposed to just relax now and focus on something called summer? It’s a yes and no answer. To plan ahead is the surest way to be calm down the road while you still get the chance to sit by the pool (notice I said sit, not swim) and get that longawaited suntan. Right now I’ll be one of those annoyingly annoying voices in your head and say that it’s 10 weeks to school. We’ll take you on a 10-week ride, five days a week, one job a day to an awesomely organized home which will ensure back-to-school and yom tov preps to be less stressful. You’ll get Wednesday off to pick up The Monsey View for your next week of d’cluttering. THIS ISN’T PESACH CLEANING and we’re not putting any time limit on d’cluttering. Small changes every day have a big impact. For next week, be ready with cleaning supplies, some bins and containers, and an abundance of zest — and of course, ice cream in the freezer never hurt anyone. (Except, umm, my waistline.) But remind me that this is not an article about weight, so it’s totally okay to indulge.
On THURSDAY we’ll start with the fridge. So easy access to that ice cream... The fridge and freezer need a whole magazine onto itself. It is used the most in the house by your children and spouse and a little mouse (or a few). I mean the ones who run into the kitchen and grab the sixth slush pop and feel like superheroes when Mama doesn’t stop them. They always remind me of scurrying mice. I once mentioned it to my first grader. She never scurried again. She did not want to look like a mouse. Now she takes the whole package in one shot and claims it’s for the neighborhood. On FRIDAY we’ll tackle the baking
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drawers. It’s a long Friday and I’m sure you’ll be happy to put food in back of your mind and organize instead. Who am I kidding? Food is never in back of the mind. On SUNDAY we’ll do the coat closet. Oh, the joy of finding the soul mate of a lonely glove in the heat of July! On MONDAY we’ll have fun with the junk drawers all around the house. My favorite! On TUESDAY we’ll have more fun with the toolbox, sewing box, and if you come across more junk drawers that you missed on Monday, we’ll have even more fun! I’m thinking we should auction off everyone’s stuff from all the drawers. The money that comes in goes straight to buying real junk, as opposed to the fake junk you just got rid of. On WEDNESDAY, head out and pick up The Monsey View! Catch you later, Sara! Sara Goldstein is a professional organizer serving Upstate, Brooklyn and beyond.
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Tannersville and Hunter are two neighboring areas, a village and town respectively, that are just a few minutes from each other. In addition to the wonderful array of family-friendly and relaxing attractions within reasonable proximity, the place itself has an old-fashioned charm. Quaint shops dot the country roads and charming little homes are scattered about. The very nature of the place is conducive to relaxation. With kosher food available and several shuls with minyanim, it really is a lovely summer destination. All travel times were calculated from Main Street and Tompkins Street in Tannersville.
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Bastion Falls Kaaterskill falls is the tallest two-tier waterfall in New York, a breathtaking and refreshing destination. It is reached via an invigorating upward hike that scores 5 out of 10 in difficulty. The trail is about two miles up and back, and the round trip takes approximately one and a half hours. On the hike up, you hit Bastion Falls, which is smaller than Kaaterskill, but also magnificent.
Parking: Route 23A in Haines Falls, NY (about a mile west from Wingate Road) GPS coordinates: 42.18983, -74.07401. Trailhead is a bit down the road. 5 minutes
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Hunter Mountain offers a scenic chairlift (which opens July 4th) that brings you to the summit of the mountain, where mountain hiking and biking and spectacular views are available. They also have major zipline adventure tours, and off-road adventures in ATVs.
Main Street, Hunter, NY 11:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.; Sundays from 10:00 a.m.; closed Tuesdays
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Skyride: 13+: $12; 7-12: $8; Senior: $10; 6 and under: free with paying adult. Zipline: Call 518-263-4388 for pricing and reservations. ATVing: Packages vary
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This campground, the biggest one in the Catskill Forest Preserve, offers camping, hiking, fishing and boating against the backdrop of extraordinary scenic beauty. There are two lakes and mountain trails, one which leads to the site of the former Catskill Mountain House at 2,250 feet, which provides visitors with exceptional views of the Hudson River, and it is said that five states can be viewed from that escarpment on a clear day. There are kayak, canoe and paddle boat rentals available at South Lake, at the recreation center near the parking lot.
874 North Lake Road, Haines Falls, NY Approximately from 9:00 to 5:00
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Kayak: $15-20 per day; Canoe: $20 per day; Rowboats: $25 per day
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Bailiwick is a zoo with over 40 exhibits of domestic and exotic animals, from majestic Bengal Tigers to cute bunnies, with a petting and feeding area, a playground and a picnic area. Bailiwick also offers mountain trail rides and pony rides for all skill levels.
118 Castle Road, Catskill, NY 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Zoo: 13+: $16; 4-12: $12; 3 and under: free. Pony rides: $8. Horse-pony rides: $12. Various trail ride timings available. Cash only, but there’s an ATM machine on premises
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Howe Caverns features two major attractions on one site. They offer different underground cave tours through limestone corridors, cavernous galleries, under boulders and across bridges to discover a subterranean riverbed, and even riding a boat many feet beneath the ground. They also have a outdoor adventure park with a zip line, ropes course, huge ball, air jumper and rock wall.
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This marina offers rentals of motor boats, canoes, kayaks and stand-up paddleboards for a relaxing day on the Esopus Creek.
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Pontoon Rentals: $175 for up to 4 people, + $25 for each additional person. Fishing Boat: $85 per hour, 2 hour minimum. Kayak: $25 for two hours, $35 for 4. Canoe: $35 for 2 hours, $45 for 4. Paddleboards: $40 for 2 hours
SAUGERTIES LIGHTHOUSE AND TRAIL This lighthouse is actually currently a quaint bed-and-breakfast and is accessible only by boat or half-mile walking trail, which is a gorgeous and recommended walk.
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KAATSKILL MOUNTAIN CLUB HOTEL 62 Liftside Drive, Hunter, NY 800-486-8376 Right by Hunter Mountain
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Fourteen comfortable rooms in this kosher bed and breakfast in the heart of Tannersville; breakfast served daily in their dining area; under the Hashgacha of Rabbi Binyamin Gruber. Walking distance to minyan
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Fully stocked grocery store with daily fresh baked goods, stocked refrigerator with fresh dairy and milk from a variety of companies, a full chicken and meat department, produce section; everything found in your local grocery — you don’t have to bring anything with you from the city. They also have a dairy restaurant with delicious foods, pizza, sandwiches, knishes, wraps, mozzarella sticks, and a full delicious menu, and also a slush machine and ice cream machine. They also sell a full line of Klein’s, Mehadrin and Sprinkles ice cream. Their restaurant seats about 100 indoors, overlooking a beautiful stream, and 50 outdoors. There’s a pool table and ping pong table for the kids’ entertainment on premises.
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THE WORLD WASN’T CREATED in a day and neither was Gesher L’Talmidim. It began with pangs of identity crisis, a broadening of my heart and shoulders to carry the responsibility of children who did not share my flesh and blood. Of hanging my apron on the kitchen hook, leaving an array of diapers and baby bottles behind for other pastures — pastures which I hadn’t even known ever existed before. Those of hiring and firing, of juggling while struggling a steep mountain climb with only the housecoat on my back. Where every two steps of ascent led to one of descent. And when I least expected it, an unforecasted avalanche would throw me off all the way to the valley’s crevices below. It felt like walking up an escalator that’s moving down, fighting the winds in a hurricane, the tides of a tornado, battling the very force of gravity. Every morning brought new hopes, every evening, new disappointments. But
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every cycle of day brought with it yet another one shining brightly behind, and we persevered. Putting my worn slippers one foot in front of the next, a whole new world was suddenly unveiled. One of beautiful accomplishment, a planet where gravity doesn’t pull you down. One of happy faces and gentle smiles. Of little boys skipping to school every day without a tantrum. It marked the answer to our everlasting prayers. But all those answers come with a price tag. Some very steep ones. Living in the East Ramapo School District, private program opportunities are infinitely limitless, in that parents get the honor of emptying their pockets, as well as those of their neighbors, their friends, cousins, uncles and greatgrandparents, to educate a single special needs child. Trying to prevent heart disease on the parents’ end, however, taught me to stretch myself in ways the world’s greatest gymnast could never have done. I needed to stretch my physical as well as mental and emotional limbs so hard, I thought they would snap. I knew I needed help. And fast. And so, with a ketchup stream on my shirt thanks to a two’ing toddler, a smiley-stickered nose for winning my daughter’s best student award, I was suddenly thrust into the world of finances... of borrowing and repaying... of being the only woman in a line of black hats and coats, standing, quivering, at the doors of our community’s amazing philanthropists. Of searching and researching the great line of statistics that would show proof, display the immense need of our community. Proof of the unfortunate future of those who were left to live their lives on the spectrum with no intervention versus those who were treated for their condition and thus, are leading happy and successful lives today. And yet, the fight still was not done. For every day that our children
were blossoming, was a day of pleading for grants, services and charity. But we pushed on. And on. And still on. And while I pushed with my right arm, I reached for my siddur with my left. And I davened. I begged for Hashem’s children, for those who are still in the throes of a bullied, misunderstood, confusing life, filled with more suffering and pain than their Body Mass Index. And Hashem was always there. Helping me up from the mud, from the quicksand threatening to pull me down, down, down... far, far below in hopelessness and despair. And when I thought we had seen it all, I found that the children’s’ ABA home therapy services were cut by the insurance companies. There were so many children out there still, with snippets of their life support being cut off in slow motion. And I knew, without a doubt, that our wonderful Creator had a far better financial plan, for he wouldn’t want me to throw in the towel. He wouldn’t wish for me to give up the place I so delicately built, one brick at a time, for the beautiful future of a functioning Am Yisroel. For the dedicated tatties, the role-modeling zeidies of our next generation. He wanted me to persevere, to pick up the shattered pieces of glass and design a mosaic of dazzling color. To save the children of our forefathers so that they will carry the everlasting chain in the making of Am Yisroel’s history. And I looked at the faces of our precious children, sitting in that classroom, working to be better people with the little tools they possess. And I made a promise right there. A promise never to let them down again. Perry Kiszner is the mother of Chaim and the founder of The H.O.P.E. Oasis, a not-for-profit organization that is working towards educating Monsey's extraordinary children who are falling through the cracks within the mainstream system. She can be reached via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 845. 288.1884.
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Edison was partially deaf, and he saw it as an advantage. He felt he was able to sleep better, and to concentrate on his work without distractions.
Following the death of Thomas Edison, electric lights around the United States were dimmed for one minute. Edison was not one to be deterred by his weaknesses. Since he exhibited a poor understanding of higher math, he hired brilliant mathematicians to help him out when that skill was needed.
Although the incandescent bulb is probably considered Edison’s most important contribution to the modern world, many historians claim that Edison is not deserving of the title “inventor of the light bulb.” They claim he perfected a design that has already been worked on by many scientists, patented it — and then promoted it as his own brainchild.
in school, after which he was taught by his mother. She decided to homeschool him, when his teacher called him “addled,” insinuating that he was “slow” and too easily distracted and overactive to learn. Edison felt it was his mother’s confidence in him that made him so successful.
Edison slept an average of four hours a night. Edison had about 25,000 notebooks which contained his research notes, ideas, insights and mistakes.
Until 2003, Edison held the record for the most patents registered by an individual with the U.S. Patent Office, at 1,093 patents. He also holds many patents abroad.
“I am not a scientist; I am an inventor.” Thomas Edison
A major contribution the lightbulb gave to the industry is that it extended the work day, enabling much more labor on a given day. Edison spent only three months
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Edison’s most famous quote: The city Edison, NJ was named after Thomas Alva Edison, who carried out most of his life’s work, including inventing the phonograph, there.
Henry Ford, of the assembly line and Model T car fame, was a good friend of Edison, and they’d often travel together. Edison’s first major invention was the phonograph, and it was his favorite one, too. The phonograph was the first device to record sound and play it back.
“I haven’t failed. I’ve just found 10,000 ways that won’t work.” Another popular one:
“Genius is 1 percent inspiration and 99 percent perspiration.”
The first words Edison recorded on his phonograph was “Mary had a little lamb.” Edison and his staff were delighted when they actually heard it played back. Edison rarely carried money and disliked to spend for personal use, even when he was making huge sums of it, but to advance his experiments, he had no problem with emptying his coffers.
Edison did not learn to talk until he was four years old. One device Edison made was a machine that would kill cockroaches with electricity.
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A few days passed. Chana continued watching.
From watching Shalom so intently, she realized he had an unusually pure neshama.
Nothing is happening. I guess the talmidim forgot about the notes for now.
And one evening, it happened...
I don’t believe my eyes!
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Rav Shalom is checking if anyone is approaching...he’s locking the Yeshiva door...
Chana wonders if Shalom is not the anonymous note writer.
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others. At the time, we could not help him because he had so much monthly debt. With the new guideline change, he could qualify and we were able to close his mortgage loan.
Real Estate Mid-Year Reflections JULY 4TH, TO ME, signifies the beginning of the second half of the year. To reflect, regroup, refocus and review January 1st through now. There are three areas that I am reviewing: interest rates, housing prices, and changes in mortgage guidelines that affect the qualification of borrowers. INTEREST RATES: In the beginning of the year, housing experts all agreed on one thing: 2017 was going to be the year we would see mortgage interest rates begin to rise. After years of historically low rates and an improving economy, the question wasn’t if they would increase but instead how much they would increase. Some thought we could see rates hit 5–5.5% by the end of the year. However, the exact opposite has happened. Instead of higher rates as we head into the middle of 2017, we now have the lowest rates of the year. Bottom line: No one knows for sure where interest rates will be in six months. However, if you are thinking about buying your first house or trading up to the home of your dreams, you can still get a mortgage at historically low rates RIGHT NOW. MORTGAGE GUIDELINE CHANGES: There has been many guideline changes over the past six months. The following three are the most significant ones affecting my borrowers today. A) The program for self-employed borrowers qualifying for a mortgage loan with just one year’s tax return is still available but with one major change: They must have a five-year selfemployment history. B) Condominiums with auxiliary apartments: Prior to a new change as of last week, it was very difficult to get a loan on a condo with a legal auxiliary apartment. Now, with the new guideline it will be allowed under most standard programs, opening up the possibilities for borrowers needing to purchase or refinance. C) Debt paid by someone else: If someone has a car lease or loan and they are the sole borrower, in the past we were not always able to exclude the debt from the debt ratios even if we could prove that someone else was paying the bill. An example would be an employer or simply another person. Very often parents and siblings will purchase or sign for something for another person and the other party will pay, but because they weren’t on the original contract we were not able to exclude it. That changed for one program, making it possible for more borrowers to qualify for a loan. I recently had a client with five car leases all paid by
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If you are thinking about buying your first house or trading up to the home of your dreams, you can still get a mortgage at historically low rates RIGHT NOW.
HOUSE PRICES: It seems that in our area, house prices have gone up. I say that because we are seeing more homes NOT appraising at the purchase price. An appraisal uses historical data to provide an appraisal report using the comparative market approach to come up with the market value. If the homes are going up in value, the previous sales will not support the new purchase prices. Therefore we are seeing homes not appraising. When a home does not appraise, a few things happen. A new negotiation occurs; either the seller doesn’t go down in price and the borrower can sometimes back out depending on how the contract is written, or the seller lowers the price of the home sometimes to the appraised value or a to a figure negotiated. The bank bases the mortgage on the appraised value on the contract price. If someone buys a home that does not appraise, they have to come up with the difference between the appraised value and purchase price, and will need more money. This causes a strain and a hardship. I am seeing a new trend where buyers are agreeing to waive the appraisal because sellers know that their home will not appraise and they don’t want to be in the position to renegotiate after contracts are signed. There you have it, my mid-year reflections. We will have to revisit what changes occur in the latter part of the year after December 31!
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Classifieds FOR SALE CHEVY MALIBU 2004, 135K in running condition. $1200 Please call 845-746-1888. LOOKING TO TAKEOVER lease for a Mini Van for a few months. Call/Text 845-2709417 TOYOTA CAMRY XLE 2007, 109000 highway miles leather seats sunroof fully loaded call 845-461-3084 KIA SEDONA 7 pass. 2005 106k miles. Running condition. $850. Call/text 845-263-5440 BOOKCASE mahogany color 4 door in new condition $600 OBO (845)535-1428 SOLID WOOD top quality, white bathroom vanity with sink insert. New 25x19. $150 OBO. 845-4252460 MASTER B/R in excellent condition. 845356-0716 IVORY CRIB in great condition $400 OBO (845)535-1428
MASTER B/R in perfect condition asking $1500 call 352-4875 MASTER B/R SET Almost new. 48” headboards. Armoire, dresser w mirror, & night table. Very reasonable. 845-222-1305 D/R AND MASTER B/R due to moving. $1500 for both. 845-659-6569 MASTER B/R AND D/R bookshelf and major appliances due to move. please call 426-0821. reasonable prices. DINING ROOM Italian, 8ft table plus leaves and 8 chairs at bargain price. please call/text 845-4286666. D/R WALL UNIT (sefarim/china closet) for sale. $800.00 only. Great condition.845-362-0838. MASTER B/R SET Almost new. 48” headboards. Armoire, dresser w mirror, & night table. Very reasonable. 845-222-1305 MASTER BEDROOM About 8 yrs old. Great condition! Call: 918-1753 MOVING SALE Fridge, Couch in new condition. Please call 848210-1993
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// for sale // homes APPLIANCES Kichenaid dishwasher almost new $300, GE microwave convection $300 Call 845-371-7425. WASHER AND DRYER in good working condition for $50 Please call 845-826-4928 FRIGIDAIRE new, 5000 btu air conditioner. $75. call (845)354-2805 DINETTE SET Glass Table 6 foot long with 6 chairs in excellent condition. Asking price $450. Please call 845-425-2817. MICRO/CONVECTION OVEN GE, off white, barely used, for sale $150. 845-263-9347 DISHWASHER GE, portable, $200 or best offer 4436337316 HOOP EARRINGS 14k yellow gold hoop earrings with sapphire and diamonds or emeralds and diamonds. $500 Call: 845-538-0127 14K RING White Gold Teen’s size 6.75 heart ring with sapphires and a diamond in the center for $150.00. Please call 845.587.2331. 14 KT EARRINGS gold with diamonds and colored stone. New. Original
$675 asking $550 obo. Please call 517-7547 NEW LEICHTER silver candlesticks, originally $1200, selling for $875 OBO. 845-659-6569 PLAYGROUP CLOSING selling loads of toys, bikes, picnic table, and sleeping cots. Great condition. Please call 845-608-1850 UNISEX new geox chambrae w tan embellishment slip on sneaker to sell at $39. Pls call 9292513777 YAMAHA PSR-S750 $725, Fully Programmed, Excellent condition, Includes Beats, Call 973-916-1080 NAVY SKIRT new ladies navy scuba Shabbos skirt for sale. A Line style. Size 4. Wholesale price $35. Call 845-356-0759 12M BUBBLE new Patachou white linen shabbos bubble. boy or girl. Selling for $30. Call: 845538-0127 TOM TOM GPS 5 inch screen $80 call / text 7322785231 SHIRT PLACE SHIRT size 15 1/2 32/33 for $20 call/ text 7322785231
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THUJA GREENGIANT BUSHES 10 bushes x-large jumbo 1 gallon pot size - approx. 3 ft. tall. Only $15 a piece. 659-1841 MIKASA DISHES Sealed box. service for 8. $150 obo 347 - 581 - 1053 SWIMMING POOL Intex ez set 12’ round pool, barely used. with filter $60. Call 347 - 581 - 1053 MOUNTAIN BIKE New 15-speed Rand Roadwarrior, $170. Call (845) 538-5329 DELL PRINTER New, Color Multifunction, model E525W, Asking $190. (845) 538-5329 INGLESINA CARRIAGE w/bassinet for best offer please call 347 790 2619 SALON CHAIR New, $200-Please call 5878325 black NURSING NIGHTGOWN Floral, new for $50. Sz S. Delivery available. 845-5387161 HATBOX HAT New, size 56, rimless. Retail $180, selling for $150. Call 267 226 2820, or 323 826 8006 PRE-WORN SHEVY: Worn Shabbosim - 3 years,. Brown, layered, sidebangs. 12’’, medium. $1000. ($2600+ new) (267) 226-2820
OEUF CRIB White modern, with organic mattress and toddler conversion valued over $1300. Selling for $400. Call 845-425-8519. RED AREA RUG European style 5 x 7 can deliver 845-664-2109 SHOE SIZE 5 Cole Haan black patent toe and heel. 1 1/2” square heel. Worn once. Call 845-4258519. FRAMED PAINTING of 3 generations Bobov’e Rebbes zt”l $160 845 538 0303 KORG PA 600 Excellent condition was used for 1 year. Selling for $850 call: 845-371-8345 LINEN SET Crushed velvet grey/ off white/ purple linen set initialed with letter F. Used once. Was $350 Asking $225. 845-587-0621 72” MARBLE TABLE Slightly used $2,500 Value. Selling for $1,900 Please call 347 885 4618 NEW BERING WATCH paid $350 selling for $250. Please call 845-263-0374 BLUE & GREEN BIRDS and accessories $50 Lizard $100 352 2723 YAMAHA PSR- E443 Excellent condition. Originally $300 selling for $199! Call: 845-371-8345
CONDO FOR SALE MONSEY BEAUTIFUL FULLY RENOVATED 2-LEVEL CONDO, NEW GRANITE KITCHEN WITH STAINLESS STEEL APPLIANCES, 2 NEW FULL BATHS, LR & MBR UPPER LEVEL, LOWER LEVEL WITH SEPARATE ENTRANCE, 2 ROOMS, & WASHER/DRYER AREA; BY OWNER 347-913-6450
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TANNERSVILLE RENTAL renovated private house available July and August weekly/weekends 6 bedrooms 3 full bath w/d call 845-499-0406 5 BDRM on Bates/Horton. Central air. July 17- Aug 16. Call 845-3520904
CAMERA SX720 New, Bundle included, for good price. Call 845-274-2320
SUMMER RENTAL 5 Bedroom colonial available for rent from july 26-August 16. New city. Call 634-8231
SUMMER RENTAL on bates, 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom flat available for weekends throughout july and august. Call 201 579 0126
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 GREAT VACATION HOUSE in monsey stunning pool gorgeous grounds close to minyanim available for weekends in july please call 8453238280 SUMMER RENTAL 5 Bdrm house in chestnut Ridge. Brand New Kitchen.. avail for full summer and up to six months. 347-598-8084
PRIVATE HOUSE for rent in the Rockhill area. 4- 5 bedrooms, 3 baths, Pesach kitchen. please call: 845-293-0663. 3 BEDROOM HOUSE with private basement ideal for home offices. Please call (845) 293-0663 SUMMER RENTAL colonial in Chestnut ridge avail weekends of July 29, Aug. 5, Aug. 12. 5BR, 31/2 baths, 646-856-5498 4/5 BEDROOM 2 Bath house for rent in Rock Hill area. txt 845-788-5440
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Classifieds HOUSE RENTAL colonial, 4 beds, 3 baths, granite kitchen, appliances included, in Garnerville, avail Sept.1st, 7325036312 CATSKILL WEEKENDS 3 bedroom 2 bath house in Monticello available for the weekends. Shul/mikva on the block. Call/text 917.652.2635 5 BEDROOM in New Hempstead! Near Ohaiv Shlalom, central air, 2 car garage, 3 bathrooms, full basement, flat green property. call 845-517-9036 SUMMER RENTAL House in central monsey. Please call 845 425 1323 3 BEDROOM CONDO with basement. New. Also upgraded new duplex 5 bedroom. Family room, Pesach kitchn, Study. 709 3232 or 304 2195 LOOKING FOR PROPERTY in spring valley for partnership for semi attached great opportunity call 914-200-4566 HOUSE/PROPERTY for Sale by Owner. Prime location in Monsey, Suzanne Drive area, R-15C zone. Please call (845) 596-9996. 4 BEDROOM 2.5 baths colonial on almost 1 acre. Designer kitchen, remodeled bathrooms, immaculate home. 914-4209846.
BUNGALOW COLONY for משפחותor ישיבותwith a בית מדרש,, big pool, please call 845-418-3027 PRIVATE HOUSE for rent on N. Cole. 4 Bdrm/2bth + playroom+ basement. call/text 845-5178108 POMONA Condo for sale 55+ New Frum Community 2/3 bedrooms-3 baths Shul-Pool-Gym on Premises. By Owner 914 906-2853 FOR RENT ON BATES 5 Bedroom townhouse for rent includes: Kitchen/ dinette, Dining/Living Rm, 2.5 baths, front & back porch, Playroom & garage. Please call 845-659-4531. FOR RENT ON WEINER DR. 4 Bedroom townhouse for rent includes: Kitchen/ dinette, Dining/Living Rm, 2.5 baths, study and back porch. Please call 845-6594531. GWEN LANE Beautifully renovated three room apartment now available. Private entrance... Great price! Call for details… (845) 352-7118 ONE BDRM APT ON JILL LANE One Bedroom apartment for rent on Jill Lane. Includes Kitchen, Dining Rm and bath. No parking avail. Please call 845-659-4531.
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// homes // for rent // dresses & gowns FOR RENT ON HERRICK Apartment for rent on Herrick Ave -Top Floor, includes: Kitchen, Dining Rm, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths. Please call 845-659-4531. FURNISHED APT FOR RENT ON DECATUR AVE New apartment for rent includes: Kitchen, Dining Rm, one bedroom and full bath. Please call 845-6594531. 4 ROOM APT New, with a large backyard for rent in the Bluefield area $1350 Please call (845)3560989 3 BEDRM APT In pomona, SOA kitchen/ incldg new s/s appl; 1 full bath; big living/dinig area; fireplace; big bckyd 845 377 3687 NEWLY RENOVATED 2 big bdrm apt; kitchen/ dinette; nw s/s appliances; lvng/ding rm; huge backyd; New Hepstead; call 845 377 3687 SUMMER RENTALS 3/2 bedrooms $4900 OBO depending on furniture needs Call/Text 845-4459123 FURNISHED APARTMENT Kitchen, dining room, bedroom. Please call: 845578-5750
2 & 3 BEDROOM Kaufman Ct. (Adar/Park Ln area) Available immediately. Call/Text 845-445-9123 2 BEDROOM APT in airmont. Available also for furnished. Less than five minute walk to radashitz shul. 845-352-8489 4 ROOM APT. on Blauvelt Rd. With a stunning view for only 1350 monthly .please call 213 7402 3 BEDROOM 1-½ bathroom apartment for rent Main St. Monsey. separate utilities 425-4606 SUMMER RENTAL 2 BR apt in Lkwd avail to rent wkly/monthly. Sterling forest area.Great price! 845-4222754 SUMMER RENTAL new modern style spacious 2 bedroom apt huge kitchen and dinette area pls call/txt 845-422-5919 PRICE DROP Newly renovated 2 big bdrm apt; Huge kitchen/dinette; lvng/ding rm; New Hepstead; call 845 377 3687 2 BEDROOM New, on Dana Rd. Big kitchen, lots of closets, huge porch private entrance. No sec 8. Please call. 845 826 0700
s 2 RM WALK IN furn/unfurnished. Private entrance. full bath, waher/ dryer. Dana rd. $950+. 845 826 0700 3 BEDROOM 2 bath, living/dining rm; in the Chestnut Ridge/ Spring Hill area; call 845 377 3687 SUMMER RENTAL 3 BR/ 2 full bath. Pls call 3473002489 SHOR YOSHUV BUNGALOWS Kauneonga lake. 3 bdrm 1 1/2 bth. wonderful Torahdik crowd. available most of July. call: 845-356-0256 TWO BEDROOM for rent for the summer 347986-0858 4 ROOM APT Walk in, on Blauvelt Rd. Also good for office or dormitory. Call 3523217 NEWLY RENOVATED 1 or 2 bedroom furnished apt with 1 or 2 full baths for rent on Cedar La. Separate entrances. 347-397-7301. SUMMER IN TZEFAS 6 room apartment available for “bein hazmanim”. ground floor, private entrance, 8454254545 RAMAT ESHKOL Jul 26- aug 23. First floor, 2 bdrms, freshly painted, ac, call 845-418-5546 (israel time) 3 BEDROOM APT New, on route 306 between Rita and Phillis terrace private entrance 1,900 call/ text 347 308 2683. MOTEL-STYLE RENTAL By the day/ week/ weekend. Fresh linen/towels provided. Bluefield Area. Call: 845-3528360.
HOTEL- STYLE RENTAL 2 bedroom apt. for rent by day/week/weekend.New furniture, linen, towels etc. Stonehouse area. 845-5481050 FOUR ROOM on nesher ct. Newly renovated Pls call 1917- 4394044 3 ROOM FURNISHED on Jill Lane. Kitchen dining/ living room bedroom washer dryer. Please call 845-8264928. SUMMER RENTAL 3 bdrm/2bth apt for summer hatzlacha area. c/a, large porch. 914-806-3048
FOR RENT KJ CUBICLES for $250 per month, free internet, desk and chair. Located in office building near KJ (718) 501-2089 1000+ SQ FT. Impressive Conference Room, Executives Office with Private Entrance, Large open work area. Charles@ beautycentricgroup.com NEW OFFICE close to Hatzlacha Supermarket. Great prices. Call. 917-549-4993 OFFICE SPACE in Spook Rock Industrial Area. Internet and more included.call/text 845.445.7953 STORAGE 1000 square foot pull up straight to garage door twin area call 845-659-8216 LARGE AIRY BASEMENT in Bates area from July. 450 sq. Ft. Cabinets and closets. 845 746 7251
POOL FOR RENT New beautiful clean heated pool and hot tub jacuzzi New Hempstead area scenic surroundings private property $80/hr call: 8455214454 386 RT 59 722 s/f 3 ROOMs PLUS Entry SECRETARY OFFICE one room without windows $1,600.00 inc. utilities tax etc. 845-425-6565
DRESS/GOWNS SISTER OF THE BRIDE Ivory and grey dress size 4, great price. 845.371.2973 if no answer, please leave message DESIGNER GOWN sister of the bride, black and white, size 8-10. call or text. 845.608.5688 CHASSANAH DRESS black early stage maternity gown for rent 845 425 1266 CUSTOM DRESS sister of bride or kallah vort/ tenoim. Call/text 845-2634590 WEDDING RENTAL Very reasonable blue vests and Knickers. For boys Sizes 2,3,4,5. 845.641.8485 SISTER OF BRIDE Custom, up to date, pink & white gown for rent. Size 2-4, worn once 845-352-1951. CUSTOM DRESS sister of bride or kallah vort/ tenoim. Call/text 845-2634590 PLUS SIZE light pink slenderizing sister of the bride gown for rent for excellent price. Call 845538-0990
BLACK AND WHITE wedding dress size 10 for rent, call 845-425-3207, firstname.lastname@example.org PINK & CREAM sister of the bride gown for rent. Size 6. call 845-4267491. TENOYIM DRESS Size 4-6. Custom pink dress with off white designed overlay and tiered skirt. Asking $1200. 845.538.2131 SIZE 8/10 pearlpink gown C/T 845-2130978 VALENTINO STYLE sister of the bride dress, teal and white size 2-4 petite. call 845-608-6609 DESIGNER GOWNS ages 10, 14, 17, Skinny Girls, very full, worn once. 845.578.1936 SISTER OF BRIDE kallah vort/tenoim. Call/text 845-263-4590 SISTER OF BRIDE embroidered gown size 4/6 for rent. Light coloring. 845538-7161. TEENS/WOMEN’S GOWN Pale pink, stunning, size 2 (or 4) sleeveless gown for sale. Slenderizing. Worn once, asking $150. Call 267 226 2820 TEEN GOWN deep pink - size 2-4. Please call 845-356-5486 SISTER OF BRIDE size 6-8 [pink/gray], for sale Great price! 845 352 2710 TEAL & WHITE Children’s Gowns for Rent sizes 2 - 10. great price call 845-425-1690.
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Classifieds MATERNITY GOWN worn once pics available call or txt 845-263-9695 TERI JON Size 4-6 Black and Silver Great condition. Call 347563-3508 SIZE 4 Cream color Great condition. Worn once.Call 347-563-3508 SISTER OF BRIDE Size 0, Big seams, can fit up to size 4. 845-200-4219. WHITE/LIGHT GREEN dress for sale. Size 2-4. Please call or text 845-269-8649 CHILDRENS GOWNS 11 identical adorable lavender gowns sizes 2-10 for sale/rent. Call/text 845-517-8108
HELP WANTED 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 THE EVEREST EQUITY COMPANY, INC. is looking for a full time administrative assistant. 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 (computer proficiency a must) please send your resume tosaram@ everestequity.com or fax to 845-230-8682.
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT Travel Agency is looking for an experienced, full-time administrative assistant with professional computer and phone skills. Knowledge in travel industry a plus. Please email your resume to email@example.com B.Y TYPE COUNSELORS for August for bungalow colony day camp in Woodridge. Specialty jobs for post high school girls. Accommodations available. Transportation to Monsey for Shabbos and back on Sunday. 845.707.3883 MONSEY OFFICE POSITION 25-30 Hours/week Knowledge of Excel and QuickBooks a must Candidate must be detail oriented Please forward resume to: ramapo101@ gmail.com OFFICE JOB Looking for a part/full time employee, must be detail oriented, phone skills - excel email officein10952@gmail. com MEDICAL BILLER F/T F/T 5 yrs+ exp, must know CPT & ICD10 codes and have good problem solving skills. Email resume to hr@cmadc. com SAFESIDE INSURANCE looking for graduates for fulltime office positions. Must be quick learner and have good computer & phone skills. fax your resume to 845-738-3671 or email to hr@safesideins. com. LOOKING FOR energetic and responsible person, for warehouse receiving. Please call 971232-1030 or send resume to:firstname.lastname@example.org
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// dresses & gowns // help wanted PACKAGING COMPANY near KJ is looking to hire a qualified person to manage the maintenance shop and a team of mechanics, must have prior mechanical experience. Please email resume hr@ superiorpackgroup.com AMAZING OPPORTUNITY FOR THE RIGHT INDIVIDUAL A solid and growing branded on-line business is looking for the right individual to run and manage the day to day operation. Skills Needed: Minimum of three years extensive experience selling on-line, Listing upkeep, and PPC Management. This is not an entry level position. Please Email your resume along with solid references to AmazonJetpro@gmail.com LOCAL COMPANY hiring for an entry level full time position. No experience necessary. Please call 917418-4888 FEMALE SECRETARY candidate must be responsible, well organized and have good communication skills. Please email your resume to email@example.com. PART TIME SECRETARY 9:00-3:00. Send your resume toambit@ambitelectronics. com or fax 845-425-5625 SECRETARY WANTED Professional bookkeeping firm looking for smart, responsible and serious female secretary. Please call 845.290.1772 or fax 845.704.1654. SECRETARY POSITION AVAILABLE Busy wig salon looking for secretary. Must be people friendly and able to multi task. Hours 9-5 including sundays. Serious inquiries only. Please email
firstname.lastname@example.org or leave message at 8454183334 DAYCAMP COUNSLER looking for high school graduate for daycamp counsler.call 845 3239090 SALES PERSON for evening gown store. Must have references and experience in fashion. (845) 356-3731 YSV BOYS GENERAL STUDIES IS HIRING: 1. Elementary 1st-4th M-TH 12:45-4:00. 2. Title I Math 3rd-6th M-TH 12:45-4:45. 3. Phys Ed K-8th M-TH 12:45-4:45. Send resume & references to tbayer@ yeshivaspringvalley.org or FAX 356-8551 HELP WANTED Looking to hire a detail oriented administrative assistant with good English communication/writing skills. Knowledge of MS Office a must. Flexible hours with competitive compensation package. Please email resume to hr@ byts.edu. WANTED Knowledgeable ,experienced female teacher for History/ English for a Bais Yaakov high school. email resume to : email@example.com or fax to 846-356-3132. SPECIAL ED POSITIONS East Ramapoâ€™s Bilingual Yiddish Classes seeking aides and assistants to work with special needs children. fax resume to 577-6059 att Tamar Walker or call 577-6160 ext 5209 PLAYGROUP ASSISTANT Must be warm, loving and motivated. Forshay area. Please call 422-1310
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Classifieds SUMMER JOB Machane Ahavas Chesed seeks geshmake, responsible bochurim for our daycamp. Applications at Yeshiva Bais Dovid info: 845-596-7546 CHEDER IN MONSEY seeks TEACHERS for its general studies department, also a PRINCIPAL for its younger division. Excellent pay. Email resume to boyscheder.generalstudies@ gmail.com or text 718-2907306. PRESCHOOL ASSISTANT Boys Yeshiva seeking F/T assistant teachers. professional environment. opportunity for growth. Please email resume to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax to 845-352-9593. SEEKING TEACHERS general studies, for boys junior high. Salary commensurate with experience. Please send resume to yshalom@ cliftoncheder.org TEACHER ASSISTANTS needed for HASC’s Monsey special education pre-school program. Competitive salary and benefits. FAX resume: 845-356-0193/jobsmon@ hasc.net. PHYSICAL THERAPISTS needed for HASC’s Monsey special education pre-school program. FAX resume: 845356-0193/debby.handler@ hasc.net. ערפארענע לערערין פאר עלטערע קלאסן אין א fax resumeהיימישע מוסד ביטע 517-3540 צו YKOR SEEKS an experienced G.S. first grade teacher . Advanced training in teaching literacy and experience required. Email resume to rabbigottlieb@darcheinoam. org
SEEKING LICENSED NYS certified teacher to work in a local UPK program for a school. Please send resume to email@example.com. MASTER TEACHER to run a special needs classroom. Experience preferred. Full time position. firstname.lastname@example.org Fax: 845-352-3375 GIRL/WOMAN to help out with babysitting please call 426-2763. BABYSITTER WANTED from 2:30-3 :30 in the Lane St. Area. Please call 201-9219942 BABYSITTER WANTED in my house M-Th from 3-5pm. Suzanne area. If interested please call: 2137488 SEEKING BABYSITTER in my home, 3-5:30 MonThurs. Starting Sept. ‘17 Albert area 845 352 2710
PLAYGROUPS PLAYGROUP 2017 For 18-24 month old. Center of Monsey, spacious facility, lunch included. Many years experience. Extended hours available. Tamara 845.425.1456. 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
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// help wanted // playgroups // babysit 12-18 MONTHS kiddie group. beginning Sept. Glen Hill area. Warm experienced morah. Great benefits! Few slots left. Rochel David 426-3819 KIDDIE GROUP For 2-2 1/2 year old. Spacious facility. Lunch included. Teacher with many years of experience. Call 845-4264608
BABYSITTING 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. BABYSITTER AVAILABLE on Francis Place. Also taking Sunday drop-ins. Summer Hours available as well, with option to continue. Call 845352-1016. BABYSITTER warm and experienced babysitter, available to babysit night hours in your home. references available. please call 845.499.9272
SERVICES CHILDBIRTH EDUCATION Childbirth Education Classes To join the next class please call 845-426-0931. Tzippy Tauber CD (DONA) Certified Birth Doula DOULA SERVICES “Breathe easy” with Estee Salczer CD(DONA) at your side! Call or text (917)2803707 email doulawithu@ gmail.com Receive your complimentary gift!”
PROFESSIONAL PORTRAITS Photography indoor/outdoor newborns, upsherin. $35 session.Family portraits-each additional child $5. To book session call Etty Einhorn 845608-7500 CERTIFIED ELECTROLOGIST Effortless. Painless. Hairless. Brand New 2017 State-of-Art Machine. Less Pain, More Effective. Complimentary Cooling Bonus! Call to Inquire about Special Summer Package. Evening Appt Avail.Rifky Biller 845.659.7465 REFLEXOLOGY Relaxes, releases stress and tension, good for pain management. Helps relieve insomnia and prenatal discomfort. House Calls. Tamar Spiro 845.352.6496 or 845.538.6782 SOCIAL SECURITY & FOOD STAMPS Social Sec. Cards for new baby,marriage, or replace. Application for Food Stamps, SSI. Also consultation.Many years experience. Miriam 845-425-2565 CLASSROOM POSTERS Custom Classroom Posters Don’t wait until the last minute. Call now 845.426.0535. Ask for Shaindy QUICKBOOKS SPECIALIST Need help with your QuickBooks? Call Shucht Bookkeeping Services 845-243-7961 or email email@example.com. Reasonable rates - hourly, weekly or monthly. 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
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Expert & reliable service. Free pick up & delivery. 845-352-5013 COMPUTER TROUBLE?! I can get back your deleted/ lost files from your computer, laptop, camera, or phone. 845-293-2667. PERSONAL ASSISTANT Need help with errands, driving, or anything else on your “To-Do” List? By the hour or day. Call 347-8317083. ATTENTION TEACHERS typist available to type your sheets or tests (Hebrew or English) please call 8453520176/ 7188134711
MITZVA OPPORTUNITY Looking for women who are available to drive from approximately 11:0O - 3:00 daytime to join in a very special Chesed. 845-2705060. SPEAKERS TO RENT for all your Simches & more, We also have a mp3 system. call 845.579.5467 FERMENTED FOODS Kosher kimchi! A great source of probiotics that helps fight infection and great aid in digestion. Also delicious side dish. Call 646-246-6280 GLUTEN FREE Guilt Free....Gluten Free wholesome baked goodies!! All natural ingredients. Sugar free upon request. Call 646-246-6280 to place your order.
FRUM LADY DRIVER Punctual, friendly, caring, responsible, dependable. Scheduling for summer slots. Please call/text 917-750-4105.
TEEN NIGHT CAMP For girls entering 6-8 grades. Activities, crafts, night swim and more!! Located on Regina Rd. Please call Mrs. E. Karmel 845.352.5253.
TO VOLUNTEER to feed the sick or elderly, OR if you are in need of this service, Please call 845-3521016
TUTOR AVAILABLE for your elementary school child for Limudei Kodesh and Limudei Chol. Please Call: 845-352-1016
SEAMSTRESS Have your mendings done the right way. Experienced seamstress in Blueberry Hill Area. 929.287.2135 BOYS DAY CAMP Beautiful facilities, experienced teacher, excellent program, great summer activities. For threeyear-old boys. Transportation available. Monday through Friday from July 24 through August 18. 845-352-1317 SEEKING PARTNER Im looking for woman or girl to share transportation cost to go to Berkowitz School in Queens. please call 803-0142
GROUP SWIMMING LESSONS Yiddish/English, Central Monsey- Heated Pool, One month only- LIMITED SPACE, Sign Up Now!! Private lessons also avail. Eliyahu 845-659-0359
Tisha B’Av. Mrs. Zoltan 845356-1113 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
SUMMER CRASH COURSE by an experienced quickbooks instructor. Classes in July 347-683-8632
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SUNDAY CLAY CLASS Your daughter can create adorable, everlasting clay projects. $60 for 6 week program. Grade 3-5. Call Fradel at 845.426.0467
free pick up & delivery 845-422-6865 HAIRCUTTING AND STYLING Have your hair cut and styled beautifully for all occasions. Great Prices! Decatur Area. 845.587.8915
SWIMMING LESSONS WSI/LG certified instructor will teach you how to swim confidently. Beginning after
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// services // odds & ends // shiurim // FLORAL BISOMIM for your Simcha - 845-6292785. DVD/VIDEO GEMACH DVDS and portable players for sick and homebound adults and children.425-2660 mailbox #1 ISRAEL GPS No fee. English or Hebrew. Must reserve in advance by email at IsraelGPS@gngroup. com
HAIRCUTS & STYLES In Sunrise area. Haircut $7.00. Hairstyle $16.00. Your satisfaction is our priority. Call Steinmetz 845-425-4088
WANTED LSHEM MITZVA sturdy coat racks to be used for a uniform Gmach. Also hangers and skirt hangers. 845-222-1305
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LOOKING FOR free pool for yeshiva bachurim for fri afternoons and/or motzi shabbos please call 2017727194
REFRESH & REJUVENATE Married women, join inspirational classes in an הלכה און.interactive setting השקפה וואס וועט אריינברענגן .התחדשות אין א אידישע שטוב 845-352-0564 . זילבער. א.מרת
LOOKING FOR someone to donate kugel for yeshiva bachrim on fri afternoons. Also accepting chulent. Please call 9178478168 BRESLOV SHABBOS MINYAN Recently started in New Hempstead /Wesley Hills area. 347-871-1275. BreslovNewHempstead@ gmail.com BAIS YAAKOV OF SPRING VALLEY Uniform Exchange looking for donation of heavy duty coat racks.Please call Weissler 845-425-0927, 845-596-9478 UNIFOM GMACH Bais Shifra Miriam looking for s/o - lshem Mitzva. Needs place in garage or basement. 845-222-1305
HOTLINE רופט דעם האט ליין קול יועץ צו הערן שיינע דרשות חיזוק ניגונים 641-715-3800 רופט שוין.וו.א.א ext. 54345# LECHU V’NELCHA Weekly shiur for post seminary girls. Alternating speakers. Wednesdays 9pm 225 Maple Ave. Infoline for details 7184800586
GEMACHIM GOWN GEMACH mother and sister gowns size 0-12, by appointment only. 845-426-7496 or 845-3523031.
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TABLECLOTH GEMACH for your Simchos. Please call (845) 371 2105 PIDYON HABEN GEMACH zichron elimelech coins,silver tray, lace box, outfit 347-8224018 908-307-6260 BECHER GEMACH Use real bechers from our free-loan gemach. Better for your pocket, and halachically. 845-377KOS1(5671) KosYeshuos@ gmail.com 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 ROOF-CARRIERS GEMACH Fits almost all cars even without bars on roof. 845274-5284. Monroe: 845-6627102. MOVING BOXES Please call (845) 641-5536. GPS GEMACH Call 845-352-2588. (Minimal fee). CROHN’S SUPPORT MyTEAM confidentially provides peer-connections/ mentors and teleconferences
to H.S girls dealing with Crohn’s/Colitis . 347-7667306. Myteam4teens@gmail. com. SHOE GEMACH All sizes, white kalllah shoes. Proceeds go to tzedakah. Call\Text 845-200-0211
LOST lingerie shop bag in a taxi leaving Shoppers Haven 352.5452 olympus recorder zn7200 845.794.6898 diamond vochen earring Please call: 845-587-2723 little girls coral cardigan Shvuous. Rt 59 area. 521-6365 girls shabbos shoes in shopping bag evergreen area Please CALL 845 4265853 Lilly and Todd bag with two navy Shabbos dresses. Probably in a La Familia car service. 845-794-1227
FOUND Sefer in taxi with name silberberg plz call 4251394
FREE GIVEAWAYS Wash machine to give away lshem mitzvah pls call 1845352-2131 32” black frig in perfect working order and a toddler car seat. 845-356-7166 Masterbd bridge style to pick up...8454266915 wood chips used in play areas 845.499.7775 Pesach potato starch Gefen, 24 oz. each. Call 425-0633 white fleishig microwave 521-6365
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האדמו"ר מתולדות אברהם יצחק בסעודת ראש חודש
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האדמו"ר מסיקסא בביקור אצל האדמו"ר מטאהש
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