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THANKS FOR THE VISIT Being much of a homebody, I enjoy all the places The Monsey View is taking me from the comfort of my couch. The inside view of Boeing factory by Ruchy Reese made an interesting read and was very informative, with all the cute tidbits adding much to the article. S.L.
RE: THE RACKET UPSTAIRS (ISSUE #102) I’ve been following “The Noisy Neighbors” exchange in your beautiful publication with much fascination. I am the upstairs neighbor wishing to apologize in the name of all upstairs neighbors in our community and beyond. We are a defenseless party of fenced-in “sitting ducks” trying hard to tame the cock-a-doodle-do that is your everyday household norm. Dear downstairs neighbor, we feel sorry for your having to swing with our tantrums, night rackets, piercing zemiros, breakfast and supper fiestas, chinuch adventures, intense sibling rivalry, falling Magnatile towers, little and big feet running marathons, guests, lebedige music, chair scraping — and you continue the list... Please understand that we seek to create a calm home environment, though it is difficult for us to constantly shush our kids. We don’t think you’d want us to deny them regular growing-up activities.(Please note: I am horribly appalled by the family who allows pogo sticks, trampolines, bikes or scooters indoors.) Maybe you didn’t realize, but it ain’t geshmak to have your family partake in our every move. So much as it is ear-splitting for you, it is deeply mortifying for us. We hate being heard and crave privacy just like you. So, dear neighbor, this is a letter to make amends. Hope you’ll tune out a little now that you know the “Upstairs Part of the Story.” Much sympathy, Your Dear Neighbor P.S. Perhaps it is time for builders and developers to take heed. Insulate, and insulate well. Do not spare a cent when it comes to soundproofing. “Mah tovu ohalecha” in its greatest form.
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RE: PEDESTRIAN SAFETY (ISSUE #106) Last week someone wrote that she almost hit a mother with children as they were not crossing responsibly. You also wrote that pedestrians should only cross at crosswalks. My wife and I, as pedestrians, would like to ask drivers to yield at crosswalks according to the law. I always wait at crosswalks and cars don’t stop for me even when I have the right to walk. When turning at intersections, cars should be careful of pedestrians walking on crosswalks in the direction they are headed to. I recently had that I was crossing Main Street at corner Grove at the crosswalk, and not only didn’t the driver yield, but he flashed his high beam so that I should run over to the other side quickly. When I continued walking at my normal pace, he began beeping as if I had done something wrong. He was supposed to stop for me, as I had the right of way. So, drivers, when you see a pedestrian waiting at a crosswalk, know that they have the right of way and are not walking into the street because they are scared to get hit. I hope that drivers will take this law seriously. Thank you, A Pedestrian
TO MONSEY’S PEDESTRIANS AND DRIVERS, Monsey is still reeling in pain from the last unintentional killing (I can’t call it an accident), where a mother was walking with her three kids on a shoulder where cars are not allowed to be driving, and here come the drivers who start preaching about pedestrian safety. I came to work a day after the unintentional killing and asked some drivers if they knew the law regarding crosswalks (again, just because they were discussing how unsafely people crossed). Seventy percent of them did not know that they need to come to a full stop if a pedestrian just stepped off the curb. There is a lot of talking about pedestrian education, which is a great idea, but I’m scared it could bring a lot more unintentional killings if Monsey’s pedestrians would know their rights, because as a driver told me, “I can’t stop for someone walking because the car behind me will cut me and
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BACK TO GROWTH AGAIN It’s very frustrating to look around Spring Valley and see huge bombas that have totally changed our landscape. There are no trees and there’s unnecessary overcrowding. Don’t get me wrong; I’m happy that our community is growing, but why are we growing upward and not outward? Yes, there are new areas where people are moving to, but here in Spring Valley, everyone is trying to crowd into too small of lots with way too many people, into homes that are so tall they look down into other’s backyards and steal all of the privacy. Let’s not even talk about the loss of grass! Who has grass nowadays?! (We replaced them with garbage cans…) Not only does this make our environment look indecent, create a certain measure of discord amongst dwellers, and make us look — sorry to say — obsessively dominant to the local non-Jewish community, but it also hurts us homeowners. While huge apartment complexes are being built, those of us who just want to extend our homes or build a new private house are stuck in the unbelievable position of being forced to wait inordinate amount of times. I applied for a permit to extend my house over a year ago — and I am still waiting for the final go-ahead to build. Why? Because as more and more developments just keep appearing, the building department is flooded with a huge amount of work that
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they can’t keep up with. What that means for people like me, is that my several kids are currently sleeping squashed in one bedroom in a tiny little house, and I step on them and their toys while making supper. With my growing family, baruch Hashem, my little house has no room to hold the things I need to live my life… Everything is bursting at the seams! Our family is suffering from our private version of overcrowding, and it is causing undue stress. Why do we have to live like this? Yes, I know everything is bashert, but it hurts the most is that it may be people who live elsewhere on private properties surrounded by green acreage who are building, not realizing they’ve just lowered the quality of life for many of the people they’ve left behind… Pained Homeowner
RE: WHEN IT RAINS IT POURS (ISSUE #106) Dear Drenched, As a driver, there is something delightful about trying to navigate my way down the road during a raging thunderstorm, while attempting to see through the furiously swishing wipers. There’s nothing I enjoy more than pretending my car is a boat and sloshing through a foot or more of water, while drenching all passersby. If I wouldn’t be hesitant about wetting the inside of my car, I’d roll down my window and give you a “thumbs up” sign while you’re recovering from the tidal wave I’ve engulfed you in. Are you kidding? Well, I am. You want me to “veer away” in order to prevent my dousing you? Where exactly? Into the oncoming traffic in the midst of a storm? Do you really think I notice you standing or walking on the sidewalk while I’m navigating the road during a heavy rainstorm? And, even if I do, my first thought should be, and is, on how to safely get the car through the street (which has transformed into lake). Are you really so egotisti-
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MORE HAPPY OWNERS Dear Local Residents, We see so many bikes and scooters lying around. Let us be so kind and do the mitzvah of hashavas aveida. If you find one lying hefker, check if it has a name and call the owners to let them know you found it. I just wanted to share a little story of how Hashem repaid me midah k’neged middah. I saw a scooter with a name near my house. I called the owner, and she was very thankful. That day, my friend saw my child’s scooter near a park and took it home for me. A few days later, I saw another scooter and called the owner. Marvelous as it sounds, the next day I got a phone call from someone who found my child’s scooter that she had lost a year ago. I also wanted to be m’oreir that people sometimes say brachos so fast that they mistakenly leave out words and parts of a word, skipping whole syllables. Please be careful to enunciate each word slowly and correctly. So many brachos come down when a bracha is recited with kavana. I heard from Rabbi Dovid Ashear that it is good to be accustomed to say “Baruch Atah Hashem,” and then pause before continuing on to the rest. It helps a person have kavanah. A Reader
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Becoming Weigh Smarter Overcoming Long-Term Criticism IMAGINE THE FOLLOWING SCENARIO: You’re sitting outside and enjoying a nice afternoon under a breezy tree, and you are listening to a mother reprimand her daughter, Charny, for two hours. “Why are you so lazy?” she asks. “Why can’t you go play with the other kids?” Then, a few minutes later, she continues, “Charny, what a lazy girl you are. Go run after your brother and keep an eye on him, will you? You are so lazy — when will you ever change?” How do you think this child feels? How soon do you think she will change to meet her mother’s expectations — or will she ever? Charny’s brain took the “lazy” statement from her mother and imprinted it somewhere deep in her brain. And now, for years to come (unless she seeks help), she will hear a little voice in her head telling her over and over again that she’s lazy. Chances are you cringed after reading the anecdote about Charny and her mother. You may have questioned the mother’s education, although a select few may have judged her favorably. Regardless, it’s sad to think about how many children are subjected to unfounded criticism, and to picture the long-term effect it can have on their wellbeing. Now what about you? What is your inner child saying over and over again, and what voices are playing in your head? Why can’t I stick to a diet plan? Why have I been yo-yo dieting for so many years? Why can’t I control myself? Why don’t I have more willpower? I always mess up my diet. What is wrong with me? Do these voices sound familiar to you? Do you think you can function better than Charny, who to this day feels extremely guilty over her alleged laziness? If you cringed when you read Charny’s story, perhaps you are cringing about your own personal story right now.
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that comes in contact with one of these keilim becomes kadosh, the mouth can pass kedusha to speech, and when a person who guards his mouth carefully speaks about another person, his words have the power to be mekadesh that person. The Shem MiShmuel emphasizes that we have the tremendous ability to be mekadesh the world with our speech, and the Torah admonishes us not to misuse this power by speaking nonsense or uttering vows that we will later profane. We can use every part of our body to do a mitzvah, but only our mouths have the power to be mekadesh. Why is only the mouth given this special power, and no other part of the body? The Shem MiShmuel explains that Hashem tells us through the navi, “This people that I have formed for Myself, they shall tell My praise.” (Yeshayahu 43:21) The Shem MiShmuel concludes that the purpose of Yisroel is defined by this verse: Hashem created us so that we should praise Him. Therefore, he continues, the power of speech is granted special properties and is, in some ways, the property that is the most similar to Hashem. This is why it is so important to guard our mouths and use our power of speech properly. When used correctly, the mouth is like one of the keilim in the Beis HaMikdash. Indeed, the Vilna Gaon writes in his Iggeres HaGra, “Your mouth is your Kadosh HaKadoshim.” In his hakdama to his sefer Chofetz Chaim, the Chofetz Chaim proves that lashon hara was the cause of the destruction not only of the second Bais HaMikdash, but of the first one as well, and lashon hara is equivalent to the three aveiros for which one must give up his life (shfichas damim, avodah zara, etc.) We are now in the Three Weeks and approaching Tisha B’Av, when both the first and second Beis Hamikdash were destroyed. We daven that the Bais Hamikdash be restored with all of its keilim. May we all help make this happen by guarding our speech, and in the process, creating a keili as kadosh as the keilim in the Beis HaMikdash itself: our mouths.
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Warnings and Summonses Issued to Area Walkers, Motorists as Ramapo PD Continues Safety Programs WATCH OUT PEDESTRIANS: It’s not just unsafe motorists who are being targeted by the Ramapo Police Department... Safety for the town’s walkers has become a high priority since the recent fatal accident that injured three members of the same family and killed a baby boy. The Ramapo Police Department sent out notifications in advance, warning of the July 13th safety crackdown that had police officers hitting local intersections frequented by a large number of walkers. Police warned that there would be zero tolerance in effect during the effort which was designed to reduce the number of injuries and fatalities on local roadways. Sergeant Blaine Howell of the Ramapo Police Depart-
ment said that the department issued 20 summonses during the one-day program, with 19 given out to pedestrians and just one to a motorist. An additional 12 warnings were handed out to those under 16 who were found to be crossing illegally. The goal was not to blame or punish pedestrians, reported the Ramapo Daily Voice. “A lot of factors play into the safety issues, but on Thursday we wanted to concentrate on pedestrians who were not obeying the lights and crosswalks for their own safety and education,” said Howell. The town will continue conducting similar programs in order to promote greater safety in Ramapo.
Funding Issues Plague Spring Valley Police Department INFIGHTING BY SPRING VALLEY officials has left the village’s police force understaffed and ill-prepared to serve area residents, according to reports by members of the Spring Valley Police Department. According to The Journal News, only five of the village’s thirteen patrol cars are actually operational, with some bearing odometer readings that top 80,000 miles. The equipment shortage means that the department is “putting a tremendous amount of strain on our membership to maintain the expected level of performance and professionalism that is expected,” said Office Matthew Galli of the Spring Valley Police Department. Patrol Officer Keith Gonzalez said that some of the vil-
lage’s cruisers have duct tape holding their damaged bumpers in place. While the village budget includes funding for 64 police officers, there are currently only 44 on staff. Members of the village’s board of trustees, who have been engaged in a long litany of disagreements with Spring Valley mayor Demezza Delhomme, have said that they could resolve the police car issue at the next board meeting but that the number of officers required to effectively serve the village required further study. “The board doesn’t want to rubber stamp anything,” said trustee Vilair Fonvil.
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WHEN YOSEF YITZCHOK CAME home that day, the table was set with napkins, a slice of watermelon, juice and glazed brownies for dessert. And the freezer was stocked. Tall sponge cake, high and fluffy with a crusty sweet top was Tilla warns Henya that this is the time to stacked in neat bricks one on top of the other… act, and build. If she chooses to stay aloof, just in case. the entire shtetl will crumble, and it will be Because if Bianca came, they’d need what to serve her. Kibbud. her fault. Several containers of vegetable broth choked the small freezer to capacity, and chicken soup and fruit soup was jarred and stored away under the sink. A good balabusta is always prepared. Yosef Yitzchok’s shirt was untucked, and Henya’s eyes flew to his face, immediately worried. His face was worse. He looked exhausted, white, and his beard had not been patted neat at intervals, like it always was. Nearly bursting with everything she needed to say, she curbed herself. “What?” she asked. “What happened?” “Nothing happened. Nothing.” She frowned to one side. “As in, it could have happened,” he said. “We were signing, we were going to close, Apfel and us, and... it fell through.” “I’m sorry,” she murmured. So. She would have to wait. “It would have happened. I may have been the one I can’t build a to thwart it.” “Really?” She beckoned him to the table by sitting place that is down, hoping he’d notice and follow. “Why?” He didn’t notice her sitting, and he was too agitated destined to fail. to eat. He peered far out the window, between the trees, to where sky met water and birds swooped down for prey. She ignored that she was overlooked and waited. “I can’t build a place that is destined to fail.” He breathed deeply, admitting he had tried, admitting defeat. “Destined? That’s a strong word. Nobody thought it would work when you
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started. It was destined, then, to not even start. But you defied nature. Do it again. This is nothing.” “Then I was building with a vision. Now I am building in defeat. And that’s the type of building that was given to the Yidden in Mitzrayim. It sank as they built.” “I see you decided to give up.” “I can’t do it anymore,” he said. “Maybe you still could?” she suggested tentatively. He looked at her, considering her, surprised. He patted at his beard, deep in thought. Lifted his forehead, noticed she was sitting, dicing her melon into the smallest of squares. He washed his hands, tucked himself in, and came to the table. “I can’t continue trying,” he said, “but I can start again. Every day is a new chance to start over.” Yes. She took a hearty spoonful of soup. “And I can only start again with you.” She nodded, too nauseated now to swallow. His watermelon gone in a flash, she stood up to serve him his soup, his main, his dessert. But she couldn’t partake. The monster in her innards would eat all of it, and she couldn’t feed it. “So, I talked to the Rav. I told him that I can’t fight, that I’d simply leave. And he asked me to stay. Because… ‘This town needs its beating heart,’ he said.” He looked at her; she nodded approvingly, dread painting everything. “But I told the Rav that I was ready to leave. What made you rethink it?” “I don’t know,” she said. Because she wasn’t even
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march sure she had changed her mind, merely saved her husband from the fate of his own disappointment. She would put him before Bianca, before herself. She would put everything to the side and start building. She had to. Even if it meant… giving up on Bianca. In a day, She’d have to take a stand. She’d have to go out there and be active in cultivating camaraderie and friendship. Bianca would be upset at her, and rightly so. She was upset at herself. I should have never been born. And she understood Bianca, hiding in a sterile box off the hospital ward, needing to talk to no one. “I want Bianca to come, ” she told Yosef Yitzchok suddenly, impulsively. “She has to.” How she was contradicting her own words. But it wasn’t really. Because to fight for survival, one needs an army. It was a deal — she would support him and help make this town a living heart. But she wouldn’t make these town’s women her friends. She had her own. “If you feel that it’s the right time” — and he wasn’t thrilled, he wasn’t giving her that — “then I’m not standing in your way. But how can you bond with the women here, if Bianca is here?” So it was a deal. She’d help him and he’d help her. “I’ll make it work.” The relief. She could nearly forget and bury herself in Bianca’s coming. Now Bianca should only want. And her husband. It was all too much to figure out. But it gave her energy. She picked up the phone to call Mr. Heller immediately, but the party line was in use by another family of the four who shared the telephone — “And Yosef Yitzchok will leave,” she heard. They were
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ing him already at nine in the evening? With his wife in the hospital, how was he coping? “I’ve been visiting with Bianca.” “You waited until she was sick,” he accused in an even tone. “That’s what she says. But you know life.” “Life. I know the other side of life.” talking about her. She tried not to “I mean, you’ve chosen not to breathe, not to make a sound. “He come to this shtetl, despite Bianca’s can’t have it any other way. It’s got- clearly expressing how good it ten too hard.” would be for her. You know what “If a shtus goes into his head, nature does to a person. It cleans. It there’s no dislodging it from there,” heals. But you… you put your busianother voice said. “How else did ness first.” this shtetl get born, I ask you?” “What do you want?” It was not true. They had no idea “I want her here.” what it was to him. This was his “Your husband looking for more customers, but too tired to do it himself?” They were talking about She hadn’t her. She tried not to breathe, known he could be this mean. Did he talk this way to not to make a sound. Bianca too? “Why are you home. He had toiled on it, swept angry?” she asked him. away sand with his own frozen “I’m not. But you can’t choose knuckles. to walk in and out of a friend’s life. “I’ll keep talking to his wife.” So You’ve deserted her for so long. it was Tilla. Of course it was Tilla. You’ve not once, not even once, That stone voice. picked up a phone to ask how she is “His wife? He didn’t even listen doing.” to her when she wanted to stay in “I was dealing with my own difthe city.” ficulties. She could have called me. Henya felt her face drain. She And come. Nobody is keeping you put down the line. She soaped the from coming here.” dishes and rinsed them, drying “I won’t.” them with a small towel. “I know. So what I’m asking now There was no one in this world is, are you willing to, at least conshe could trust to guard her dig- sider, sending Bianca here? She can nity. Bianca was a good friend. A heal in my home.” really good friend. Several minutes later she again To be continued... lifted the receiver, hoping nobody was using the line now. The dial Chany Rosengarten authors columns tone was clear. She hoped, too, that and serialized novels in leading publicanobody was listening. tions. She can be reached at gchanyg@ “Mr. Heller?” Was she disturb- gmail.com.
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Green with Cream Vegetables and dairy pair up beautifully, the milchigs adding a creamy goodness to Earthâ€™s bounty. Enjoy these additions to your Nine Days menu. They are hearty, delicious and relatively simple to put together. May we be zoche very soon to enjoy the Seudah shel Levyason with Moshiach.
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SOUR CREAM SOUP This nostalgic intergeshlugene zip was one of my grandmother’s signature dishes. She would prepare it when her daughter spent her kimput in her home and when her granddaughters convalesced at their mother’s. As much as I tried to recreate this old-fashioned soup, I’m sure some of her unique flavor was lost in the process. But the result was delicious, nevertheless.
CRUST: 1 lb. fresh green beans 4 loose potatoes 2 small carrots 1 medium onion 6 cups water 2 tsp. kosher salt 3 oz. sour cream 1½–2 tsp. fresh lemon juice
DIRECTIONS: 1. Trim green beans and cut into 1½ inch pieces. Cut potatoes into small cubes and slice carrots. 2. Place in a 4-quart pot with water, whole onion and salt. Bring to boil and cook for 40 minutes. 3. Allow soup to cool down a bit, approximately half hour. 4. Place sour cream in a soup bowl and pour in about ½ cup liquid from the soup, mixing with a fork until a smooth texture is obtained. Pour back into soup, mixing well. Add 1½ tsp. lemon juice, or a bit more for a more sour taste.
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CHEESY VEGETABLE PASTA BAKE For this filling dish, I use thin soup noodles. Feel free to use any shape and texture that your family enjoys.
INGREDIENTS: 1 10–12 oz. package noodles, cooked ½ butter stick or 6 T. whipped butter 1 Spanish onion, sliced 1 24-oz. B’gan Capri Blend Salt and pepper to taste 4 oz. whipped cream cheese 2 cups shredded mozzarella, divided
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ZUCCHINI WAFFLE This light and airy savory waffle can be served on its own or next to a salad.
CRUST: 1 large onion, diced and sauteed in 3 T. butter 2 zucchini, shredded 1 clove garlic, crushed 1 T. baking powder 3 cups flour 1 ½ T. kosher salt ½ tsp. white pepper 1 ½ cups milk 6 eggs 1 cup sour cream
DIRECTIONS: 1. Combine dry ingredients in a bowl. 2. In a separate bowl, combine milk, eggs and sour cream. Mix into dry ingredients and add shredded squash and onions. 3. Heat waffle maker and spray with oil or smear with butter. 4. Pour approximately 1½ T. of batter onto the grid. Flatten to cover surface, but do not overfill. 5. Cook 3–4 minutes.
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ALMOND FLAVORED CORNMEAL SHORTCAKES SHORTCAKES: ¾ stick margarine
¾ cup sugar
½ cup flour
½ cup yellow cornmeal
¼ teaspoon salt
¾ cup sliced almonds (make sure it is sliced and not slivered almonds)
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
FILLING: 1 lb. frozen strawberries
¾ cup whip cream
1/3 cup sugar
DIRECTIONS: 1. Preheat oven to 350°. 2. In a food processor, blend ½ cup sliced almonds with sugar until finely ground. Add margarine, eggs, vanilla and salt. Blend until well-combined. Add flour and cornmeal and continue blending until just combined. 3. Divide batter evenly among 6 jumbo greased muffin tins. Sprinkle with remaining ¼ cup sliced almonds. Bake for about 20–25 minutes, until toothpick inserted in center comes out dry. Cool completely. 4. Quarter strawberries. Combine in a bowl with ⅓ cup sugar. Let stand until syrupy, for at least 20 minutes.
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Fettuccine Pasta with Eggplant Fritters ¼ stick Mehadrin Butter 1 small eggplant, peeled and cubed 1 small onion, diced 2 frozen garlic cubes ½ tsp salt 1 egg 1 ½ cup bread crumbs 2 cups Mehadrin Shredded Mozzarella Cheese 2 cups milk 8 oz J&J Cream Cheese 8 oz Mehadrin Sour Cream 1 cup marinara sauce 1 package fettucine pasta/Asian noodles 1 Tbsp oil
IN THIS RECIPE
Heat butter in large skillet. Add eggplant, onion, garlic, and salt. Sauté until soft. Transfer to a bowl and use a fork to mash until no large pieces remain. In a large saucepan, add milk, cream cheese, sour cream, and marinara sauce. Bring to a boil. Add pasta and cook 8-12 minutes. Add egg, ¾ cup bread crumbs and shredded cheese to eggplant mixture. Mix until well combined. Form 1 inch balls, coat them with remaining bread crumbs, and gently pat to flatten. Fry the fritters over medium heat for 3-4 minutes on each side until lightly browned. Serve with pasta.
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Teriyaki Tuna & Salmon Blend 3 one inch slices tuna steak 3 slices salmon 2 Tbsp Mehadrin Butter 8 oz fresh mushrooms, sliced 3 crushed garlic cloves ¼ cup sesame seeds 1/2 cup teriyaki sauce 3/4 cup Mehadrin Sour Cream ½ cup white wine (or moscato)
IN THIS RECIPE
Cut tuna and salmon into thin long strips. In a large skillet, heat two tablespoons butter. Add the fish slices and sauté for 5 minutes. Add the sliced mushrooms, garlic and wine; cover and sauté for an additional 5 minutes. Add sour cream, teriyaki sauce and sesame seeds. Cover and cook for 10-15 minutes. Let cool for a few minutes before serving.
Creamy Potato Gratin 2 oz Mehadrin Garlic Butter 1 medium onion, diced 1 package fresh baby portabella mushrooms, sliced 4 potatoes, cut into 1 inch cubes 16 oz Mehadrin Sour Cream ½ stick Mehadrin Butter 1 cup milk 5 oz heavy cream 2 tsp salt 1 cup Mehadrin Shredded Cheddar Cheese 1 pack Mehadrin Sliced Mozzarella Cheese
Add garlic butter to a large saucepan over low heat. Sauté onions and mushrooms for 5-10 minutes until soft. Add potatoes, sour cream, butter, milk, heavy cream and salt and bring to a boil. Cook 20-30 minutes until potatoes are fork tender. Remove from heat. Add shredded cheddar cheese and mix until well combined. Transfer mixture to a 9x13 aluminum pan. Top with sliced mozzarella cheese. Bake on 350oF for 10 minutes, until cheese is melted and slightly browned.
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DOUGH 1 cup warm water 2 tsp dry yeast 2 ½ cups flour 1 tsp salt 2 Tbsp Mehadrin Butter, softened TOPPING 4 Tbsp Mehadrin Garlic Butter, softened 2 tomatoes, sliced 1 small purple onion, sliced 1 yellow bell pepper, sliced 1 small eggplant, sliced Mehadrin Feta Cheese Handful of fresh rosemary 1-2 Tbsp olive oil Salt for sprinkling
In a bowl, add warm water and dry yeast, and mix until dissolved. Add flour, butter, and salt. Mix until a soft dough forms. Turn dough over on a floured surface, and knead. Place dough in an oiled bowl and cover with plastic wrap. Let rest for 10 minutes. Divide the dough in two on a greased parchment paper. Pat into long oval shapes, cover with a damp towel and let rise until double in size (about 30-45 minutes). Heat oven to 375oF. Using a fork, poke some holes in the dough. Generously spread garlic butter over the focaccias. Arrange sliced veggies over it, then top with crumbled feta cheese and rosemary. Drizzle olive oil and salt. Bake for 30 minutes or until golden.
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Onion Cheese Quiche 3 Tbsp oil 2 large onions, diced 16 oz Mehadrin Cottage Cheese 4 eggs 6 Tbsp flour 3 slices Mehadrin Mozzarella Cheese Pinch of salt and black pepper Topping: 3 slices Mehadrin Mozzarella Cheese Basil or Oregano
IN THIS RECIPE
Heat oil in a medium saucepan and sauté onions until golden. Add the rest of the ingredients and mix until cheese is melted and well combined. Transfer to a 9 inch round aluminum pan. Top with sliced cheese, and basil/oregano. Bake on 350oF for half hour, until the cheese is melted and slightly browned.
French Toast Cheese Pockets 1 loaf sliced bread 8 oz J&J Whipped Cream Cheese 2 4 oz Mehadrin Vanilla Pudding ¼ cup honey ¼ cup brown sugar Dash of cinnamon 2 eggs ½ cup milk Dash of salt
Blend cream cheese, pudding, honey, brown sugar, and cinnamon until smooth. Using a rolling pin, flatten the slices of bread. Cut a circle from each slice of bread with a cookie cutter, or anything round. Spoon 1-2 tsp of cheese mixture onto half the slices. Cover them with the other half and use the spokes of a fork to press and seal the edges all around. Heat oven to 350oF. Whisk eggs, milk and salt. Place the pockets in the mixture for 2 minutes. Line them on a baking sheet and bake for 10-15 minutes until top is golden. Use the remaining cheese mixture as drizzle/dipping sauce. Optional: Sprinkle confectioner’s sugar and drizzle maple syrup before serving.
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Piquant Plum Soup 8 plums 4 peaches 1 cup frozen blueberries 1 cup frozen strawberries 16 oz Mehadrin Sour Cream 2 cups orange raspberry passion fruit juice 1 cinnamon stick 1 ¼ cup sugar
Pit and slice the plums and peaches. Add all ingredients to a pot over medium heat and bring to a boil. Reduce heat to low. Cook for 20 minutes or until fruits are soft. Discard cinnamon stick. Using an immersion blender, pulse several times, leaving some fruit chunks intact. Serve chilled. Optional: Garnish with a dollop of Mehadrin yogurt and fresh fruit.
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Coffee Cheesecake Blend 3 cups Mehadrin Vanilla Ice Cream 1 8oz Mehadrin Sour Cream ¾ cup J&J Ice Cappuccino 4 oz J&J Whipped Cream Cheese 1/3 cup confectioners’ sugar 4 lotus biscuits ½ bar dairy chocolate, room temperature Caramel cream
Break the chocolate into chunks. Add all ingredients, except the caramel, to a blender and pulse until smooth. Use the caramel cream to decorate the glass, then fill with the drink. Optional: Top with whipped cream, lotus crumbs and pieces of chocolate.
IN THIS RECIPE
Hot & Cold Razzle Crunch 1 6pk Mehadrin Cones Sundae 2 Tbsp peanut butter 6 Mehadrin Cheese Snacks Topping: sugar cones, melted chocolate, caramel cream, nut crunch, brittle.
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Cut the ice cream cones into chunks and add to a blender. Pulse until the big pieces are gone, but still chunky. Carefully remove cheese snacks from packet. Place in oven on 250oF for a bit, until warm. For the topping, crack 2-3 sugar cones into large pieces. Drizzle melted chocolate and sprinkle nut crunch or any desired brittle over it. To serve: Put cheese snack on a dish, smear the top with caramel cream and add a scoop of razzle crunch. Top with sugar cone shards.
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The Nine Days is a period of aveilus (mourning). There are several halachos guiding us on how to be mematim b’simcha, beginning from Rosh Chodesh Av, until the end of Tisha B’Av. (Some of the restrictions apply until chatzos of the tenth of av). Below are some of the halachos that apply to the Nine Days.
Showering, bathing and swimming • One may not bathe or shower during the Nine Days. • One may wash away dirt from any part of the body. • If one feels uncomfortable from sweat on one’s body, then one may shower. In such situations, one should wash with lukewarm water and plain soap. • One should preferably use a hand shower to wash. If one uses a full shower, one should not wash the entire body all at once. • Girls who feel uncomfortable with very greasy or itchy hair may wash their hair with lukewarm water and unscented shampoo. • If one has to go out in public, for example to a meeting, or, one has to be amongst goyim and it will be an issue of kavod habriyos, it is muttar to wash with lukewarm water and plain soap. If one cannot use a hand shower, one should not wash the entire body all at once. • If one has to bathe for health reasons, one may take a bath in the usual manner. • One may not go swimming. • Children and babies under the age of nine may be bathed in the usual manner. • Chasidim are noheg to wash or shower l’kavod Shabbos in a regular manner. There are others who are machmir and only wash limb by limb, with lukewarm water.
Taking haircuts, shaving or removing body hair • One may not take haircuts or shave. • If one waxes or regularly removes unwanted facial or body hair, one may do so during the Nine Days. • One may not wash shaitels during the Nine Days. • A kallah who is preparing for her chasunah, may go to the shaitel macher, if it is necessary. • If one cuts nails every Erev Shabbos, one may also cut the nails l’kavod Shabbos in the Nine Days.
Laundry • One may not wash laundry during the Nine Days. • However if one does not have enough clothes or undergarments, etc. for children, one may do laundry, preferably with a shinu’i for example, by using the left hand to turn on the washing machine. • If one falls short of laundry and is uncomfortable wearing unclean laundry, it is more acceptable to wash laundry than to buy new clothing. • Soiled clothing or laundry that could become ruined or moldy if left standing for too long may be washed. • One may not iron clothing or any other laundry such as linen during the Nine Days.
Wearing freshly laundered clothes or sleeping on freshly laundered linen • One should not wear freshly laundered clothes. • One may wear freshly washed undergarments. • Men who always wear an outer garment during the day, such as a reckel, chalet, waistcoat, etc., may wear clean, permanent press shirts. • Some are makpid to wear these garments for a few minutes before Rosh Chodesh, specifically people who wear shirts as the outer garment. • Some accomplish this by putting on one shirt on top of another. There are those who throw the clean laundry on the floor and step lightly on it with socks in order to remove some of the freshness. • Newly washed outer garments should be worn for at least ten minutes before the beginning of the Nine Days. • One may not use clean, freshly laundered linen. If one does not have acceptably clean bed linen, one may use clean non-ironed linen after stepping slightly on them with socks. This applies to someone who is a guest at someone’s house, or at a hotel. • One should take care to wash linen or bedding on or before Erev Rosh Chodesh, in order to avoid going to sleep on the first night of the Nine Days on freshly washed linen.
Seudas Mitzvah • One may eat meat at a Seudas Mitzvah. • One may not wear Shabbos clothes at a simcha. One may not wash hair or shaitels for a simcha. A father may wear Shabbos clothes to his son’s bris.
Trips or other pleasurable activities
cluding regular painting. • If one is doing construction in a house that one is not living in, for example, a summer house, one must cease all work for the duration of the Nine Days.
Gardening • One may water and tend to outdoor plants. One may also cut the lawn if one does so on a regular basis.
Shopping • One may not shop for clothes or household goods, even if one will not use them in the Nine Days. However, if there are sales that reduce the prices just for that one week, and one needs those items, one may purchase them. • A kallah who is getting married shortly after Tisha b’Av may purchase the items she needs, if their prices are reduced, and she will be unable to purchase them after Tisha b’Av.
Housework • It is muttar to do regular housework during the Nine Days. One may wash floors during the week if the dirt is visible and one is disturbed by it. • It is muttar to perform additional housework, such as cleaning out refrigerators, if such housework is performed on a regular basis. • Beginning from zayin Av, one should only wash floors if they are sticky or dirty. • One may not spring clean or polish silver. • One may clean the house l’kavod Shabbos in a manner that she usually does on a regular basis. • On Erev Tisha b’Av one may not wash floors.
• One may go to parks with young children who need to be occupied.
• One may do exercise during the Nine Days, if he or she does so regularly.
Sewing and mending.
• One may not repaint a house or do interior decoration in his home during the Nine Days. • Household repairs are muttar. • If one is in the middle of construction in the home that he is living in, he may continue the work, in-
• It is muttar to do alterations, hems or sew labels on clothing during the Nine Days. • One may sew garments, but one should not start or finish sewing a new garment. • It is muttar to knit, crochet or embroider.
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Learning to ride a two-wheeler is a highlight of a young child’s life, but it’s often the dread of many a parent as well. While bike riding is a skill that “once learned is never forgotten,” it may be difficult to teach — especially if the parent doesn’t know how to ride a bike! Here’s a breakdown of how to teach your child to tackle that two-wheeler.
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BUYING YOUR KIDS FIRST BIKE AND TEACHING HIM TO BALANCE While many parents opt for the traditional bike with training wheels for teaching their child early
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Before you head outdoors with two-wheeler in tow, make sure that you’ve got everything properly
prepared. Of course, the first step is to get a properly-fitted helmet that was made for your child’s age and size. You can usually find those in the same place you purchase your bike. (For help in getting the perfect fit, flip to FYI.) After that, you’ll need to prepare the bike. Most kids starting on a two-wheeler need a bike that is 14 or 16 inches, though sizing may vary. You can ask the experts at Toys 4 U to help you get the proper size and make. Bear in mind that too large a bike is always a no-no. Rather go a bit smaller than too big. Adjust the seat of the bike so that your child is on tiptoes. This will help prevent the pedals from whacking your kid’s shins and calves when they put their feet down.
FIND THE RIGHT LOCATION You’ll want to find a nice, open location that is far from traffic for the first day of learning biking skills. This will give your child the ability to maneuver without fear of falling off the sidewalk or crashing into something (or someone!). Find a place that has pavement, like a big parking lot or a park with paved biking areas. Many people opt for grass for that first lesson, but the truth is that is much harder to learn on such dense flooring. Stick to pavement for best results.
BUILD ONE SKILL AT A TIME First focus on the pedaling — assuming that your child has already mastered balance through practice on a bike without pedals. If not, start with the balancing tips listed above. Teach your child how to get started pedaling by positioning one pedal upward and slightly to the front, the other downward, toward the back. Teach your child to put his full weight on the front pedal and then put his other foot on the lower one. Have him practice this skill while you hold onto him under the armpits, since it’s too hard for many kids to focus on both balancing and pedaling from the get-go. Once he’s a pedaling pro, train him to focus his eyes on the road ahead and not look down. When you see he’s able to focus, balance and pedal all at once, you can drop your hands and run alongside, just in case of falls. Eventually, you won’t even have to do that! Teach your child to stop the bike’s motion by first telling him to simply put his feet down and out to the sides. Once he’s mastered balance and pedaling, you can teach him to backpedal or use the handbrakes to stop. Most kids learn to bike within a day, while others can take a week or more. Just bear in mind that biking is supposed to be fun! Leave pressure out of the equation so that you and your child will build great biking memories! Get out that camera and snap away!
Bikes need maintenance — and sometimes, accessories, to up the fun factor. Don’t forget to check your child’s bike for lack of air or tear, chain problems or need of lubrication. If you see something that needs fixing, bring your bike into Toys 4 U for heimishe hands-on care. You’ll also find fun accessories like bike horns, baskets, license plates, mirrors and reflectors in the bike section of Toys 4 U.
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Biking in itself is an unparalleled fun outlet, with a hefty dose of health benefits — no enhancements needed. But this week we explore what’s out there and how the riding experience can be upgraded. Varying from the practical and affordable to the expensive and perhaps unnecessary, we hope you find something that suits your needs. Happy riding! (And don’t forget the helmet.)
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If you’d ever had twins (or supertwins!), or children close in age you probably know that having two or three toddlers share a wagon is not the best idea. Try this Step 2 Choo-Choo trailer with options of two or three wagons for each child to enjoy his own turf as you give them a ride around town.
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These are especially amazing for chugging several kids — the walkers, the non-walkers, twins or triplets. Somehow, since it’s not an official stroller, the kids just find sitting in it way more fun and don’t have the desperate need to escape. Most have straps for younger kids and many feature accessories like canopies, umbrellas, cup holders, different seating, storage areas and easy-fold options.
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Let your kid, or a younger sibling, join the biking experience with this awesome add-on piece for a bicycle that seats a child and allows them some control too. This is a great tool for training the kids to ride a twowheeler.
See what and who’s behind you as you traverse any terrain with this mirror that can be attached to your bike.
Have kids ride together while keeping sight of each other.
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What’s more fun than cycling? Cycling with company! Have two kids enjoy a ride together with these tandem bikes.
These tricycles are simply amazing for safer transportation and for those who do not use two-wheelers. Originally used to deliver items, the big basket comes to great use.
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Give your son a list of errands. He'll be thrilled to put his “trunk” to good use.
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Kids will love these comfy rides while attached to an older personâ€™s bike.
These attachments allow for cargo and totes to come along on any ride.
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Biking excursions for the entire family are now possible!
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Catch a bus or train for an overnight stay, using cycling transportation.
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Iâ€™ve once seen a father tote his kid in his basket, I kid you not. This is a way safer and very fun option for taking along young ones on a ride.
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These are mainly manufactured for people in the bike rental business, but theyâ€™re available for sale for anyone who has the means for it. They are fun and relaxing for a leisure day in a park or in any scenic area and can seat from two to six people, depending on the model.
Find these at a bike rental like at Governors Island or in Central Park. The kids will love it!
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Spotlight on: Effy Shaw of The Cyclery by Effy Which is your number-
How long should a standard bike last?
one selling bike?
A bike w ill last a lifetime as long as it’s serviced yearly. That is why you want to bring it into a bike shop on a regular basis.
Since we carry such a huge variety of bikes — for kids, teenagers, as well as adults and cyclists who ride long distances — there isn’t one bike that’s our bestseller; we have many. Every rider is fitted to their perfect bike, depending on their needs and age. Can you tell us which specific bikes are geared for which ages and stages?
Any bike has to be fitted by a professional at a bike shop, as they have the skill and knowledge. Generally, for little kids, bikes will be more simple so there’s less to break and it’s easier to use. Teenagers and adult bikes will generally have more gears and features for different riding styles. What is the most important feature one should look for when purchasing a bike?
Quality components make the biggest difference. What differentiates a bike-shop bicycle from a department store bike are the components. The more you spend, the better the components. What are some signs that a bike may need repair?
If the bike is making any sort of noise that it wasn’t making when you bought it, you should have it checked out by a professional. If the brakes are rubbing, you s hould get it looked at right away. A bike should be checked periodically, at least once or twice of year for a regular tune-up. Maintaining your bike can be compared to your biannual dental visits. When a cavity is neglected, the treatments needed are more complex and more expensive. Neglecting a bike is no different. Problems only get worse and cost more money. So check your bike regularly, and bring it in for repair as soon as the slightest problem arises. Do you have any specific tips regarding storage?
Bikes should be kept indoors. A shed is a second-best option. If you can’t store it indoors, make sure to get an outdoor bike cover to protect it from the elements.
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Can you share some simple maintenance tips?
• Your bike chain should be oiled with specific bike lube, and not with WD40. • Check your brakes each time before you go out to ride to make sure t hey work. If it feels loose, get the brakes serviced immediately. • Tires should be checked once a week. T he sidewalls of the tire will have a minimum and maximum recommended tire pressure. Inflate them to somewhere in the middle. Or just bring them into the bike shop, and we’ll check for you. What are some safety tips you’d like to share?
• Wear a helmet whether you’re going across town or just across the street. Helmets should be replaced every few years, as they deteriorate, thus providing less protection for the head. • It’s a good idea to have a red taillight even during the daytime as it will make you more visible to cars. Which services does The Cyclery offer?
We sell bikes and we service bikes with tune-ups, brake adjustment and repairs, as well as washes. Anything you need done to your bike we do. What’s your busiest season?
Our busy season is from when the sun starts to shine in the spring until the snow starts to fall in the winter. What’s your favorite biking spot in the area?
Harriman State Park: I enjoy the quiet, wide roads with good road surface and the fact that there are way fewer cars there. Rockland Lake h as a three-mile loop around the lake that is closed to cars. For a longer route, I enjoy the Heritage Trail. It is a former railroad which was paved over, and starts near Monroe in Orange County and c overs 12 miles until Goshen.
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Spotlight on: fred spicer of congers bike shop Which is your number-one selling bike
it on storage hooks.
and what makes it stand out?
Our bestseller is the Fuji bike. It’s a great quality bike that gives you the most for your money, and they guarantee their frames for life.
How long should a standard bike last?
A quality bike from a professional bike shop should last years and years.
Which bike do you recommend
Are there any common ways in
for a young child?
which people mishandle their bike
We sell bicycles for ages 4 and up. Obviously the size depends on the specific child. For a younger child it would most likely be a 16”-bike with training wheels, and between the ages of 5–7 they will often graduate the training wheels. Keep in mind that pushing a child too early may make them afraid, and it makes breaking into biking that much more difficult. Take it slow and steady and they’ll be so much more confident.
that should be avoided?
What should one look for in a bike?
I often see kids’ bikes lying on the floor. One has to be very careful with a bicycle and protect it as much as possible. And safety is very important. Bicycles are classified as motor vehicles, and you have to take the responsibility seriously. I see too many people riding bikes without helmets, and besides for being a law, please watch your head. The head is the most sensitive part of the body, and helmets help avoid countless serious head injuries. You have only one brain. Watch it wisely.
First and foremost, you need to look for quality, because most of the bicycles available for sale today at bargain prices are classified as sidewalk bikes only, and should not be used on the road at all. Unfortunately, at those prices the materials and workmanship reflect the rate they’re sold at, and these bikes won’t last, and often don’t meet federal safety standards. One should also make sure a bike is properly assembled and adjusted to size. At Congers Bike Shop we assemble your bike and the bicycle leaves here fitted and adjusted to its rider.
What services does Congers
What are some signs that a bike
Renting-wise our busiest seasons starts during the spring holiday and extends to the summer and early fall. We get groups from as far as Delaware. We’ve had groups from Vermont, we even had groups of Amish people come take out bikes for the day. It is a family-oriented activity where everyone can be involved and have fun.
may need repair?
Squeaking, gears that are not shifting properly, a bicycle that’s wobbly or loose are all signs that it’s time for a visit to your bike shop. A bicycle should be serviced at least once a year to make sure it is well maintained and in optimal shape. Do you have any specific tips regarding storage?
If at all possible, and whenever possible, keep your bicycle inside. When storing for an extended period of time, keep your bike off the ground; hang
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Bike Shop offer?
We sell bikes for all types of riders, from kids to experienced cyclers. We also rent bicycles of different sizes, and every bike rental comes with a helmet. We are open every day from March to January 1st. What’s your busiest season?
What’s your favorite biking spot in the area?
My favorite one is Rockland Lake and the path from Hook Mountain near Rockland Lake which leads to Nyack Beach State Park along the Hudson River. The views are breathtaking.
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K C E P OVER K R A P Y T N U O C
This truly amazing park with fun playground equipment and structures, water views, walking paths, boat rentals and tons of space is worth the ride from Monsey. It is also that perfect location for a stop on the way to or from the city, being that itâ€™s off the Garden State right before the George Washington Bridge.
40 Fort Lee Road, Leonia, NJ
7:30 a.m. â€“ 9:00 p.m.
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The park is huge with several parking lots. Use one of the addresses at the right for the closest access to their one-of-a-kind playground. What sets their equipment apart is a spider web climbing structure made up of nets, that soars up to 15 feet high with a trampoline at its center. Their massive jungle gym is also full of fun with rock walls, spans and all kinds of monkey bars. There’s a gazebo near the playground for some shade.
Use 50 Fort Lee Road, Leonia, NJ as your address, make a right at the first traffic circle, go past the wooden bridge and down the road until you hit a second traffic circle. On your right will be the parking lot.
You can also go to 100 Challenger Road in Ridgefield Park, NJ, and continue down Challenger Road until you hit the parking lot. You can also continue past that first parking lot until the traffic circle, where upon making a left, you will hit the parking lot right at the playground.
GPS coordinates for the parking lot closest to the playground: 40.862212, -74.006803
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There are trails around the park for walking, jogging and biking, as well as a scenic paved trail along Overpeck Creek for walkers to enjoy the water and gorgeous views. There are also trails that lead to Bergen County Equestrian, from where their horses can be seen.
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There are boat rentals available of kayaks and canoes for a serene day on Overpeck Creek. Use 50 Fort Lee Road, Leonia, NJ as the address. Enter the park and make the first right at the traffic circle. Cross over the wooden bridge, and they are located at the first parking lot on your left.
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A HISTORY OF HELMETS
Helmets have been around for many, many years. The Assyrians were known to wear leather or bronze helmets in battle to protect their heads from swords, arrows and physical blows. High-wheel riders of the 1880s realized that head injuries were a risk and created the first biking helmet.
As helmets evolved, designers began adding features like air vents and holes to make helmets ponytail compatible.
In the medieval times helmets were made out of heavy metal, weighing between 4-8 pounds. (And can you imagine how hot it got in there?!)
Helmets only began taking on their current foam-filled design in the 1970s.
The 1980s welcomed the invention of infant/ toddler helmets.
In the early 1900s bike helmets were made of leather straps that wrapped around the head. Nicknamed “the hairnet” they really didn’t provide much protection from impact.
Though rounded helmets proved through testing to be safest, a winning biker in a race sported an elongated helmet that he claimed to be aerodynamic, which he felt helped him to win. The style took off.
A Swedish company is working on a specialized collar to be worn by riders. When a fall is sensed, airbags are deployed, surrounding the head with airfilled padding. Will this be the future of helmeting?
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GETTING THE PROPER FIT
A helmet that doesn’t fit well can double the risk of head injury. Here’s how to make sure your helmet fits. Step 1: Make sure the helmet fits snuggly. It should not rock side to side. You can add the provided padding or adjust the sizing ring that comes with some helmets. Remove pads and loosen rings as children’s heads grow.
Step 2: Correctly position the helmet. It should be level on your head and low on the forehead, only one or two finger-widths above the eyebrow.
Step 3: Buckle the straps. The V-shape on the sidestraps should be under and slightly in front of the ears. Tighten strap until it is snug and no more than one or two fingers can be inserted between the strap and the skin.
Check your fit by pretending to give a big yawn. You should feel the helmet pulling down on the head if the fit is a good one. If not, tighten the straps. Make sure the helmet doesn’t rock down into your eyes. If it does, tighten the back strap and tighten the chin strap if needed.
WHY WEAR A HELMET?
Bike-related head injuries are more common than those caused by rough-andtumble contact sports. The risk for a bike-related fatality rise more than 14 times for non-helmeted riders in relation to helmeted riders.
Every time a concussion is sustained, the chances for a person to develop early-onset dementia rise.
Male riders make up 82 percent of bicycle-related fatalities. Males aged 1014 have the highest risk of fatality from bike-related head injury.
Children 14 and under are five times more likely to be injured in a bike crash than older riders.
An estimated 75 percent of bike-related child fatalities could be prevented with helmet-enforcement by parents and caretakers.
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E PI S ODE # 2
WE’RE GOING AWAY. THIS TIME, I schlep my husband along. Arranging places for the kids might take as much time as the vacation, but I hope the efforts will pay off. We scour ads studiously and finalize our choice: a quaint apartment in Tzfas with old-style stone walls, and a jacuzzi too. I insist on a two-night getaway, and we depart with our suitcase of belongings and expectations on a Thursday afternoon. I made all my phone calls before the “grand escape” so I don’t spend half the vacation on the phone.
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It is truly a dream. The view from the porch is breathtaking: rolling hills with lush greenery all around that beckon by day and sparkle at night. We settle down in the cozy apartment, and then I immediately set out on an important mission: procuring food for our hungry souls. It turns out to be an adventure of its own, and I arrive an hour-and-a-half later with a meal I put together of the finest offerings of the pizzeria, grocery store and bakery combined. The only pain in the neck is — well, my pain in the neck. I bent over a novel for a better part of the threehour trip, and now I have this annoying crick and no novel — because I finished it.
At night, I lie down with a self-help book I brought along, and try to absorb the advice and suggestions for a while, until I stop. I really need a novel. How can I relax when I’m reading about everything I’m doing wrong? I opt for the jacuzzi instead. The pressure surprises me, and after a few minutes, I have to shut the pressure valves. Right now I need calm, not intense. I just close my eyes and relax. My husband is not such a vacation enthusiast. He claims he doesn’t need it, but he came for me and really hopes I’m enjoying. While I studiously try to squeeze every last drop of vacation out of our hard-earned money and the allotted 56-or-so hours, my husband is usually learning (and not even on the porch!). Isn’t he desperate for a breather? Well, apparently not. There are different kinds of people in the world — not to mention genders. And I am the mother, so I am burnt out. Fathers? Maybe they’re burnt out from their wives’ burnout… The pressure to maximize our vacation pushes me to go out, get milkshakes, sit on the porch and tour the city until my legs ache. This has to be worth it. But then, I can’t really relax this way. How can you make sure to pack it in while being on vacation mode? It’s all a bit confusing. I spend practically half of Friday buying ready-made Shabbos food. My husband laughs when he sees the bulging bags I plunk on the table. On vacation, you gotta spend money, and you gotta eat. It’s all part of the package. Shabbos is peaceful and quiet. I venture out to a scenic spot as the sun sets and breathe in the beauty. The streets hum with Lecha Dodi and Shabbos joy. A few men dressed all in white link hands and dance in the street. I drink it up. There is holiness and antiquity and sheer beauty that you can practically touch. Now I know it: This spiritual inspiration will follow me home. A jacuzzi is good (although I’ve learned I’m not a fan), and so is great food, but a spiritual experience really endures. My husband enthuses about the davening in a shul lit up only by candles — oh, and the dancing afterward! The
shul shamash explained to my husband the rationale: the semi-darkness and candles “break the ice” between the diverse people who frequent the shul. In the dark, everyone is less self-conscious. I store that useful piece of information for future reference. Really, I’m most relieved that my husband also got something out of the experience. I’ve been starting to feel that he’s made humongous efforts trekking halfway across the country just for me, and I don’t like that. As the sky turns purple Shabbos afternoon, a bleakness overcomes me. It is hard to pack up and leave. I feel like I’ve just been starting to settle into the place and enjoy the peace, and already it’s time to get home and pick
On vacation, you gotta spend money, and you gotta eat. It’s all part of the package. up the kids. With that thought, I correct myself: No, the two days were not that short. Suddenly, the kids seem so far away and I feel I haven’t seen them in a really long time. That means I’ve really been on vacation. As we ride home, it’s easy for me to harp on the mistakes and discount the whole experience. Oh, I really don’t know how to do it right. I didn’t bring enough novels, didn’t spend my time well enough, didn’t sleep enough… Enough. Isn’t life a learning experience? By definition, that means there will always be mistakes, or experiences to learn from. And just as I learned that pressure to maximize vacation will result in the opposite, focusing on what went wrong will undo everything I’ve achieved over the blessed hiatus. There’s a lot to be said of letting go. And that has something in common with going on vacation.
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BLESSED COINS B Y : R A B B I F. M A S H I N S K Y
Kupath Ezrah of Rockland County is pleased to announce that at this year’s Asifa taking place this Sunday July 23rd at the Atrium, we will be presenting a limited amount of special commemorative coins to our most generous benefactors. These coins were blessed by our Rabanim and Admorim Gedolei Hador, to serve as a Shmira, a protection for the household, and to bring all kinds of Brachos that one may need. It has been a long time that Kupath Ezrah wanted to express our gratitude and recognition to all of our generous donors for their continued support for the Kuppah of our community. With their outpouring of Chessed we are able to help alleviate the burden of thousands of struggling families each year. At this time close to $3,000,000 is being distributed annually in the form of monthly checks in the most discreet and respectful manner to families in every segment of the greater Monsey community. We wanted to show our hakaras hatov in a manner that has a true and lasting value. BE”H we were privileged to have our great Torah luminaries who recognize the holy and great works of this Tzedaka ( See attached Kol Koreh) agree to join us in this endeavor. A commemorative coin was minted with a design of Kupath Ezrah on one side and the words “ Matbea Shel Mitzva” on the other. The coins were brought directly to Eretz Yisroel in order to be blessed by our Gedolim. Rav Chaim Kanievsky, Rav Aharon Leib Shteinman, Rav Gershon Edelstein, Rav Shimon Gallay, Rav Meilich Biderman, Rav Gamliel Rabinoqitz ,and Rav Yaakov Mayer Schecter Shlita took part in this wonderful experience. After hearing about the wonderful works of Kupath Ezrah they all enthusiastically blessed these coins which will be distributed to our generous donors. Due to the limited amount of these exceptional and irreplaceable coins that were personally blessed by these Gedolim we are forced to limit the recipients of these coins to those that give the amount of $1800 or more to the Kuppah. Along with the coin they will receive a DVD of all the above mentioned Rabanim as they are blessing the recipients of these coins with wonderful Brachos. With the great merit of supporting this wonderful Tzedaka may we all be zocheh to the blessings of the Torah and of our great Gedolei Yisroel, and also see the end of our galus with the rebuilding of the Bais Hamikdash speedily in our days Amen.
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Days to Serenity
HI EVERYBODY! The kids are off, baruch Hashem, wherever they’re off to! Looking forward to a relaxing week with a bit of me-time. Still waiting. Maybe when second half starts. Maybe when school starts. Maybe after yom tov. Or maybe we can make a decision and say, “Right now is me-time.” Swimming, some sushi, catching up with a friend or a good book. And we can throw in organizing as some metime. No, no! No rolling your eyes.
THURSDAY, JULY 20: LAUNDRY AREA If you’re reading this in your laundry room, looking around at your spacious cabinets and hanging racks and space for your ironing board and a bunch of counter space to sort and fold, good for you. It is a gift to have more than five inches of folding space, so use it well. However, I’ve seen the cons of the grand laundry area being used only too well. Like leaving the laundry sitting around for, umm, an undisclosed amount of time. So that’s why it’s a laundry area and not laundry room. • Feel free to throw, throw, throw any outdated substances. This place tends to attract all elements from around the house that don’t have a place. • The ideal laundry area should have shelves on top of the washer and dryer. • There should be bins for detergent, and softener, Shout and starch. • A bin for the iron • Some tools in another bin. Not a whole toolbox. Just some handy ones you need around the house. • Shoe polish paraphernalia in a bin • Sewing supplies • Ribbons and wrapping supplies • Spray paint, light bulbs etc. on top shelf. • It’s used for a utility area only if you have the shelves and there’s no other room in the house. • Install a strong hook on the side of the washer for the ironing board.
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FRIDAY, JULY 21 SNACK CLOSET Ahem! We have arrived to the most used space in the home. I’ve done my research. Big bags of snacks do not come out cheaper in the long run and for some reason nobody wants the last few ounces of the bag even when they fought over the first few ounces. If you do buy the big bags, divide them in Ziploc bags for ready snacks. Small packets look neater in the closet and it’s portion-controlled. Even if you eat three snacks at a time, it’s still portion-controlled — just three portion-controlled portions. Confused? Nah, you know what I’m talking about. I’m always talking about bins because that is one of the key reasons closets stay organized. Especially the snack closet that’s used multiple times a day. You can get them in a dollar store to start out with. Candies and jellies or any packets: As soon as something is more than half empty, transfer the remaining to a small Ziploc so you have the space for your next grocery order.
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SUNDAY, JULY 23 COOKBOOKS/ CLIPPED RECIPES Hi to all cookbook collectors. Yes I’ve seen places where a separate bookcase has been designated just for cookbooks. I have utmost admiration for moms who read cookbooks instead of novels. Or dictionaries. You know one of those? However, you don’t put your seforim closet or books in the kitchen for a reason. Here’s what I propose to you die-hard fans of cooking. • Ten cookbooks max. But every cookbook you leave in the kitchen should be for a reason. • Most people end up using three and the rest are just for clutter, uh, I mean decoration. • Sit down with all your cookbooks and look through them slowly and enjoy your time doing it. Then ask yourself if it’s worth keeping the cookbook in the kitchen for that one time you’ll maybe make that one thing to impress your mother-in-law? • Clipped recipes are definitely a winner! Especially the ones from The Monsey View, which I use again and again. (No, they did not tell me to write this). ;) • Get a binder and sheet protectors. Divide it with regular dividers for milchig, fleishig, sides, soups and baking. Keep it simple and basic. • Index boxes tend to get messy, plus the recipes you take from magazines fit nicely into the binders, so no need for those. • Do kindly throw out the recipes you don’t use. It’s good for the environment. MONDAY, JULY 24 WHAT’S UNDER YOUR KITCHEN SINK? Hmmm... okay, I believe I see an assortment of stuff here that doesn’t belong. First of all, potatoes and onions do not belong under the sink. I’m not sure who invented that idea and started using the space for those things. So empty everything out. Scrub the shelves. I’m not a big fan of shelf liners, but for under the sink I use the silicone ones. Here’s your short list of what to put back and you’re done! And you thought organizing was overwhelm-
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ing? ;) • Shmattes, and cleaning supplies. • Plastic gloves, sponges, scrubs, etc... • Cleaning bucket. That’s all. The rest of the stuff, outta there. Okay, If you have drying racks and you use them, fine. But those are bulky and take up a lot of space and many of you don’t use it. I prefer putting a towel and letting it dry that way. I don’t like extra things if another option is available. So if you haven’t used it in awhile, chuck it. Otherwise stand it straight so it doesn’t take up half the closet. TUESDAY, JULY 25 TOY CLOSET I recommend doing half by yourself and the other half with your kids. Half you make the decisions what to give away/throw out. And the other half you give the children choices. Which toy (that wasn’t used in a looong time) would you rather keep: the dollhouse that takes up half the closet and is used maybe twice a year or the 12th memory game that nobody will know is gone? If you have a tough time parting with toys, put them in the shed before giving it away. If the toy closet is overstuffed, and I see it all the time, the kids feel overwhelmed and they don’t enjoy what they have as much. They take out ten things at a time and get bored fast, and five minutes later empty the rest of the toys and leave it sitting around. If there’s a system and everything is in bins and has a place, they will want to help you keep it neat. Don’t squeeze it in the closet if there’s no space! I’m very happy you have an abundance of play material for the child, but it ain’t gonna work. Personally, I think toy shopping is more for the parent than the child. Catch you later, Sara! Sara Goldstein is a professional organizer serving Upstate, Brooklyn and beyond. COMING NEXT WEEK: THURSDAY JULY 27: GUEST ROOMS FRIDAY JULY 28: POTS/PANS DRAWER SUNDAY JULY 30: PORCH/DECK MONDAY JULY 31: LINEN CLOSET TUESDAY AUGUST 1:PHOTOALBUMS/PHOTOS
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Last week’s Boggle board
4 letter words 2 points | 5 letter words 3 points | 6 letter words 5 points | 7 letter words 7 points | 8 letter words 9 points | 9 or more 12 points
DIRECTIONS: Write your 4-letter, 5-letter, 6-letter etc. words in alphabetical order, in separate columns. Fax or email your word list, together with your total points by Sunday, 8:00 PM for a chance to win! Include your name, phone number, and address.
PLAYING RULES: • No adding “s” to a word. • No proper nouns, abbreviations, or acronyms • No bouncing back to letters already used in a given word • Words may not be found with a computer boggle solver. • Words may not be found with the help of a dictionary. • The Monsey View will carefully review all submissions to ascertain each word is found in the dictionary. Points will be deducted for ineligible words. • We reserve the right to disqualify entries that have a few ineligible words, that are not written in alphabetical order, or are missing information. • Each contestant has a chance to win only once in four weeks. • No credit given to archaic words, or words chiefly used in other languages (including British).
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BOGGLE WINNER LIST 4 LETTER WORDS alto bait bang blot boar boat bola bolt bong bore ciao fang fare faro fear frat gnar gnat hung hunk hunt
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REMINDER Dictionaries or electronic devices may not be used to help you solve the Boggle board. From this point on we will be disqualifying word lists, as per our discretion, that include too many unusual words. The Boggle Team at The Monsey View
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ecently, a Tehillim Kollel member called us to request that we daven for him at one of Tehillim Kollel’s daily locations, the grave of the holy Ari Hakodesh ZY”A in Tzfas. He shared with us a story that he read in the Sefer “Elef Ksav”. In the times of the Ari Hakodesh, the Rebbe of Klal Yisroel, there was a yid, a Mekubal, named R”S Haleivy, who would recite the entire Tehillim on a daily basis at the grave of Yirmiyahu Hanavi. One day, while he was saying tehillim, he saw a yid clothed in white, holding a silver trophy filled with water. The yid gave him this trophy filled with water, but R”S Halievy was so terrified by this experience that he fell down and blacked out. When he awoke, he did not see the yid anymore. When he returned to the city, his rebbe, the Ari Hakodesh, told him, “You should know that your daily Tehillim made a storm in heaven, and you had the zechus to be Mekarev the Geulah! From heaven, they sent down Yirmiyahu Hanavi, who is a Kohen, and since you are a Leivy, he gave you the trophy water so that you could wash his hands for the Avodah. Together, you would have brought the Geulah! But we missed the chance!” The new Tehilim Kollel member continued and said, “This story so clearly demonstrates the power of saying Tehillim on a daily basis at the grave of a holy man. I am sure that your special Tefillos said at the kever of the Ari Hakadosh each day will bring Klal Yisroel so many yeshuos and brachos! Thank you for being our holy messengers.”
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BUFFET Dark brown. 60”wX20”dX40”h. In excellent condition. Call or txt 845-323-1934
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MASTER B/R furniture in good condition 845-535-1428 BEIGE CRIB in great condition 845-5386885 ARMOIRE almost new, sale due to moving.$125 please call or text 845 659 5298
SHOWCASE with mirror and light (70x20 inches height 38 inches) call 845-352-5638 SEFORIM SHRANK in new condition 845-5386885 D/R FURNITURE 845-535-1428 72” MARBLE TABLE Slightly used 347-885-4618
GE DISHWASHER $170 or best offer 4436337316 ALMOST NEW Side by side maytag fridge, ge profile convection microwave oven, 30” maytag gas range, graco car seat 0-6 mo. 845 826 0700 SHARP A/C 12000 btu. Almost new, regular $439..now $199.. please call/text 845 659 5298 HOOP EARRINGS 14k yellow gold, with a row of sapphire and diamonds or emeralds and diamonds. $500 Call: 845-538-0127
SIMMONS CRIB Old style white, Hardly used. Excellent condition.Bargain. 459-9375
E-ZIP ELECTRIC SCOOTER with seat in great condition. $250. Obo. (originally $515) BUGABOO BORAD bugaboo comfort wheeled board for the Bugaboo Bee⁵ (no adaptor required) 845232-0073 MATERNA 2 cans formula stage 1 $25 each. Call 608-2905, text 694-2140. RUMBLE TUFF Serene Express Duo Includes manual add on & Battery
Nursery Daycare Packed days with skills, activities, and A&C’s. Full nursery curriculum including ,ברכות ימים טובים,ב- א, פרשהshapes. Warm lunch, Nutritious snacks. New, spacious and clean indoor facilities.
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option. New. $100. 845-6598867 USED BIKES and toys Great prices. Please call 8455480184 BUGABOO CAMELEON special addition all sand almost new, parts also available.call 8452747572 FURNITURE, SEFORIM books, bookshelves, sukka, and more. Please call 848525-0171 WURLITZER PIANO w/BENCH, all keys work, reasonable 845 3006031 SALTWATER SANDALS navy, size 6. worn twice. Only $29 (value $40)! Please call 8454233915 RED AREA RUG European style 5 x 7 excellent condition $65 845-664-2109 BABY FORMULA 8 cans Gerber soy based formula for sale $10 each.all 8 cans$60. Also 4 Enfamil milk based $25 all 4. Exp 08/18 845-775 -9571. KRAUSS HAT new in box, size 60 men’s hat 845-422-3838 COMPUTER \ LAPTOP dell, inspiron n7110, 17 inch, 500gb hdd, 8gb ram,
windows 10 pro, i5 processor, asking $325. call 845-2620072 CANON PHOTO PRINTER new in box. Call 845-3561932
UPPABABY CARSEAT never used, uppababy mesa car seat in Jake black $220 firm. text 8456571171
SUMMER RENTAL New city, 6 BR colonial big property huge deck July26Aug16 8452708688
HI-RISER FRAMES in very good condition 3640257
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MOUNTAIN BUGGY single carriage (urban jungle) luxury collection- nautical stripe- $400 w/ bassinet -$500.Call 347-436-5630.
MAGNA TILES new real magna tiles 100 pcs $105. Please call 352-2154.
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ROAD BIKE very light weight ,amazing condition ,call 8482245500
SILVER CROSS STROLLER Surf 2 Special Edition, w/ bassinet and seat almost new. Great price. Call/text 845608-6667
DRUM SET mint condition call:845-5963791 MATERNA CHOLOV YISROEL stages 1&3 for only $28 pls call 8454999923
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CITI SELECT Good condition, carriage with two seats and bassinet, asking $350. 973.330.6366
HOME FOR SALE On prime cul de sac. Great Central Monsey location. Large lot -Zone R15-A Brokers welcome! Please call 914-4206235
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 BLUEFIELD AREA property for sale- build 2 semi attached townhouses on a flat property. 845-608-9058
BUNGALOW COLONY for משפחותor ישיבותwith a בית מדרש, big pool, please call 845-418-3027 BATES 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom flat available for weekends throughout july and august. Call 201 579 0126 SEEKING A HOUSE for rent in the Monsey area with a fenced pool for the rest
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Classifieds of the summer Please call 7184838260 HOUSE RENTAL Big colonial, 4 beds, 3 baths, granite kitchen, appliances included, beautiful cul-de-sac frum block in Garnerville, avail Sept. 1st, good price, 7325036312 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. 3 BEDROOM on Bluefield Dr. 845-4999926 SUMMER RENTAL 2 Bedroom house on private property. 250 per night. 347709-1598
ONE BDRM APT One Bedroom apartment for rent on Jill Lane. Includes Kitchen, Dining Rm and bath. No parking avail. Please call 845-659-4531. FOR SALE ON ELM STREET 3rd Floor flat style unit for sale includes: Kitchen/ Dinette, Dining Rm/Living Rm, 4 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, back porch. Please Call 845659-4531. 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 New apartment on Decatur Ave includes: Kitchen, Dining Rm, one bedroom and full
// homes // for rent // dresses & gowns bath. Please call 845-6594531. GWEN LANE Beautifully renovated three room apartment now available. Private entrance... Great price! Call for details… (845) 352-7118
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PARA Professional to work with an adorable 9 Hamaspik is currently hiring high school girls for our year old boy in the afternoon hours. Please Sunday Respite Program A rewarding and fun-filled contact Reiny experience. Good Pay. If interested, please email to Respitegirls@hamaspikrockland.org or call 845-425-3421 and leave a detail message
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NEW 4 ROOM with a large backyard for rent in the Bluefield area $1350 Please call (845)356-0989
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3 B/R Ronald Dr. Lower level of High Ranch.1.5 Bath $1500/ mo OBO Call/Text 845-4459123
SUMMER VACATION NIAGARA FALLS Discounted rates up to 50% off at the four point by sheraton niagara falls. All summer Long! 347-709-1598
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5 BDRM HOUSE in chestnut Ridge. Brand New Kitchen. SHORT OR LONG TERM 347-598-8084
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LARGE 3 B/R Main st. Long term only. Section 8 OK. Separate utilities 425-4606
LEGAL 4 ROOM on Brewer Rd. Walk in level. Central air. $1250 + utilities. 845-425-6023
SEEKING WORKERS: SteifCOMHAB/RESPITE at 845-503-0239 Email: Rsteif@ Looking for a male comhab hamaspikrockland.org worker to be a ‘friend’ for a high functioning teenager every day between 3 and 10 pm. about schedule. • Flexible Comm Hab Opportunities: Looking for a male totake a teenage girl help a young man with • Looking forworker female to a slight physicalevery disability everyand morning from 6-8 AM to the gym afternoon on recreational and evenings 6-9PM. Must drive and have a car. outings from on Sundays. If interested call:worker 503-0240. Looking for aplease female to accompany a • Looking foryoung a college to work with physically disabled girlstudent every Sunday to a therapy a young boy a few hours during the day. Please appointment in Brooklyn. call 845-503-0219 or email eeger@ Looking for a fun-loving girl that wants to work with a hamaspikrockland.org. disabled young woman. Former camp simcha/hasc
counselor preferred. Weekends and possibly every day. • המספיק ברודערהיים אין מאנסי זוכט א געטרייע Looking for an experienced mature woman to assist a צו,( קינדער1-2פאלק )מאקסימום-געשיקטע יונגע פאר new mother with newborn care and light housekeeping. באקומט א פריוואטע דירה.אין פארפאלק-דינען אלס ליוו Looking to ,take young boy נאכט1for אוןa, girl יום טוב שבתout יעדןaשטאב אלס דינטfrom אוןnew square on Monday, Wednesday and Friday afternoon. . און דרייווען, ענגליש,דארף קענען אידיש.אינמיטן וואך Looking a female worker to בענעפיטן work with a very low ערנסטfor !זכותים געוואלדיגע !פעקל הערליכע functioning teenager on weekends. Francis area. 845-494-1796 :פארינטערעסירטע רופט נאך היינט 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
s HOTEL- STYLE RENTAL 2 bedroom apt. for rent by day/week/weekend.New furniture, linen, towels etc. Stonehouse area. @ 845-5481050 3 ROOM Remsen/West Maple area. Please call 845-263-2737 2 B/R On dover terrace, perfect for young or old couple, available from august $1450 plus utilities, call 8455700863 ONE BEDROOM Avail. immediately on Dorset Road, newly renovated. Call 356-3050 NEW 2 BEDROOM Dana Rd. Big kitchen, lots of closets, huge porch private entrance. long term. Please call. 845 826 0700 3 BEDROOM 2 bath, w/d, porch w/awning, big yard ,near hatzlacha grocery. 914 8063048 SOUTH MONSEY 1 bedroom apt, Available Sep. 1st. 845-425-2460 LOOKING TO RENT apt in Airmont / Chestnut Ridge for 1 week in summer, not in 9 days for $500. 845 352 3831 SUMMER RENTAL New, spacious 2 bedroom apt, located in the heart of monsey please call/txt 8454225919 NEW 4 BEDROOM +Playroom, 2 1/2 Bath Centrally located Call 845262-8342 TWO BEDROOM walk-in apartment Oak Glen / Augusta area. New condition. Available mid August Call (845) 664-0250
3 ROOM FURNISHED on Jill Lane. Please call 845826-4928.
Gorgeous, over one acre lot available on pristine tranquil cul-de-sac- Elizabeth Court. Build according to your own taste here.
LOOKING TO RENT new 5 bedroom apt 845.521.8060
Motivated seller asking $269
3 BEDROOM CONDO on Wiener Drive Porch,C/A, Sec 8 Aprvd .845.425.8000 MIAMI BCH. Condo for rent/sale. Heimishe bldg. Pool, prkg, nr. Shul, lrg porch. 718-812-2656 SUMMER RENTAL colonial in Chestnut ridge avail wkends of July 29, Aug. 5, Aug. 12. 5BR, 31/2 baths, 646-856-5498 SUMMER RENTAL 2 BR apt in Lkwd avail to rent wkly/monthly. Sterling forest area. Great price! 845-4222754 3 ROOM Furnished apartment on Remsen Ave. 845.517.8409 5 BEDROOM HOUSE on big, beautiful property in Chestnut Ridge. Available from July 24 - Aug 20. Please call: 347-628-7763. NEW 4 ROOM with a large backyard for rent in the Bluefield area $1350 Please call (845)356-0989
Mrs. J.S. Glassman Licensed Real Estate Broker O: 845.613.3344 C: 914.393.6313 F: 845.414.0203 firstname.lastname@example.org
SUMMER IN TZEFAS! New 6 room apartment available for “bein hazmanim” in tzefas. ground floor, private entrance. great price!!! 845-4254545
TWO ROOM OFFICE with private entrance and private bathroom on quiet street off college. Pls call 8455876959 WAREHOUSE SPACE aprox.1000 square ft in Pomona area (845) 379-4711
DRESS/GOWNS WAREHOUSE FOR RENT in highly desired location in Spring Valley. It’s 2,100 Sq Ft, Loading Dock, 15-Ft ceilings and Industrial Floors. For more info Please call (914) 715-1328 or (917) 566-8422 SMALL WAREHOUSE Office, Alarm System 14 ft Ceiling, Overhead Door Racks and work tables set up Excellent for online Business $975.00 per month Call Esther: 845-661-9054
WEDDING DRESS champagne and beige lace and taffeta party gown for sale. sister of bride, size 6-8. Please call 347-359-7853 CUSTOM GOWN for rent size 4-6. Asking $400. Call 845-422-1999 TERI JON Size 4-6 black and silver taffeta , Great condition. Call 347-563-3508
TANNERSVILLE RENTAL private house available July and August weekly/weekends 6 bedrooms 2 full bath w/d call 845-499-0406
LARGE AIRY ROOM in basement in Bates area. 450 sq. Ft. Cabinets and closets. 845 746 7251
NEW MODERN STYLE spacious 2 bedroom apt huge kitchen and dinette area pls call/txt 845-422-5919
POOL FOR RENT Beautiful clean pool on Blue Bird Rd beginning Chestnut Ridge by the hour 845-4459201
CUSTOM GOWN 2 pc, for sister of the bride, very slenderizing, size 16-18 please call 845-263-6404
3 BEDROOM for August located on Saddle. For more information please call 845-263-2999
POOL FOR RENT Fully enclosed pool for rent in Chestnut Ridge. Call 845671-2390
CUSTOM DRESS for sister of bride or kallah vort/tenoyim. Please call/text 845 263 4590.
SISTER OF BRIDE Children’s size 8 worn once. Please call/text (845) 2746826
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LONG WEDDING DRESS size 8/10 color white with grey, great price! call 845263-6404
SISTER OF BRIDE off-white & peach wedding gown for sale lady size 6-8 please contact 845-354-1133
SISTER-OF-THE-BRIDE Ivory chiffon gown. size 4/6. reasonable price. or call 718473-7634
GOWNS FOR SALE All in blue, different patterns and materials. Worn at a single occasion. Sizes 2,6,8,10 email email@example.com
MATERNITY DRESS Wedding dress size small/ medium cream color worn once please call 8452130299
SISTER OF BRIDE size 6 black gown with white and gold print, Please call 845-354-1012 or text 845422-6504
FALL/WINTER GOWN black and green, Worn once. Sister of the bride. 845-2747018 MECHTENISTA GOWN Sz 12 774 8719 BLACK/WHITE GOWN straight not fitted chiffon white for older sister or young aunt SISTER-OF-BRIDE Currently in stores, brand new. Light coloring. 8-10. $225. Call/text 845-271-8415. B\W WEDDING DRESS size 6 or 8-10 for rent, call 845-425-3207, firstname.lastname@example.org SISTER OF BRIDE size 6-8 [pink/gray], for sale Great price! 845 352 2710 LIGHT COLOR GOWNS size 00,0 and childrens gowns size 12, and 18 months Call 845-642-4968 WEDDING RENTAL light pink gown, Size 4 teen sister of bride please call 845 426 0451
MOTHER/SISTER OF BRIDE two piece gown! Size 12/14, light color, extremely slenderizing Call 845-6419443
SISTER OF BRIDE Slenderizing style. Size 10-12. Please call or text: 845-6089094.
WEDDING DRESS black and white, size 4-6, please call 845-356-2186
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SISTER OF BRIDE custom-made beaded dress ( lilac color), size 6-8 . Pls call/ text: 845-637-6560
SISTER OF BRIDE silver gown size 6/8 well priced. 3477904217
CUSTOM MADE all lace dress (teal & off white coloring) to rent size 0-2 call 426-5039 2 SISTER OF BRIDE teen blush gowns. Ladies size 10-12. 8453529582. VORT/CHASUNAH DRESSES sizes 2 and 4, excellent condition, navy, black, off white. 973.330.6366. MATERNITY black, early maternity wedding gown. size 4. reasonable. 845-354-2805 SISTER-OF-THE-BRIDE gown. Blueish family. Call: 845-422-2397
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PASTEL COLORED GOWN Size 2. 4254748 WHITE AND LIGHT GREEN dress for sale. Size 2-4. Please call or text 845-269-8649 SISTER OF THE BRIDE Ladies Gown size 18/20 designer fabric gown, room to let out or down. Pls call 8456416184. SISTER OF BRIDE sizes4-6,8-12 Custom, call 845-425-2796
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receiving. Please call 971232-1030 or send resume to: email@example.com YOUNG GIRL NEEDED for secretarial work, full time. articulate, quick learner, and computer savvy. email resume to Bctlist@ gmail.com or fax to 845-3630900 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 LOOKING FOR self-driven person great communication skills (male preferred) for coordinating like position gr8 opportunity unbeatablewholesale@gmail. com MEDICAL BILLER F/T Charge entry & collection must know CPT & ICD10 codes and have good problem solving skills. Gr8 salary and growth potential! hr@cmadc. com. MEDICAL SUPPLY STORE seeking woman for customer service, full time, growth opportunities. Basic computer knowledge necessary. Email resume: jobopportunities120@gmail. com Fax: 845-425-5550.
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 MEDICAL ASSISTANT F/T 2 yr+ Exp, greet patients, check vitals, good comm & comp skills, EMR a must, Assist physican. Email resume firstname.lastname@example.org 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 email@example.com LOOKING TO HIRE experienced bookkeeper for accounts payable and account reconciliation duties. Please email resume to firstname.lastname@example.org POSITION AVAILABLE for QuickBooks data entry in busy office. Please email resume to joboffer6114@ gmail.com GREAT JOB OPPORTUNITY Homecare agency is looking to hire a female to join our growing team. Candidate must be able to multitask and have good communication and social skills. Graduates are welcome. Complete training provided. Great pay for the right individual.
Please email your resume to yournextposition@gmail. com GREAT JOB OPPORTUNITY Homecare agency is looking to hire a Patient Rep. to join our growing team. Drivers license required. Experience with the disabled and the elderly a plus. No nursing degree required. Great pay for the right individual. Please email your resume to yournextposition@gmail. com
STARS HIRING NOW: Seeking Registered Nurse
The STARS program is now hiring 12th Grade (age Hamaspikgirls of Rockland seeking 18+) or post-seminary to workis with our young ACCOUNTING POSITION a caring nurse to fill a full time Local Public Accounting firm students 6:00-9:00 p.m. in the evening, 1-2 times a seeing anadult experienced full position. Great opportunity! Full time accountant. Minimum as they enjoy exciting educational and therapeutic of 5 years week, experience in benefits included. preparing Corporate and activities and outings. Enjoy a fun work environment Personal Tax Returns. Please e-mail resume to and gratifying work you positively impact Pleaseas email your resume to lives— officeposition10901@gmail. com email@example.com plus, great pay! Driver’s license required. , INSURANCE OFFICE fax tocall 845-503-1227. For more information, or please 845-746-7254. looking to hire girl to grow with our company. Email resume hr@adlersinsurance. com, fax 845-356-5690
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Join our Fabulous team of staff who make a difference. Driver’s license preferred. Please Contact: HEIMISH OFFICE ONLINE BUSINESS seeking a responsible detail Esty Schonfeld looking to hire girl as receptionist. Sunoriented girl for full-time job, P :845-425-5011Thurs. E: Eschonfeld@hamaspikrockland.org 9:30 – 5:30. Great including research listings
F/T SECRETARY Basic knowledge in Excel & Quickbooks. Minimal knowledge in photoshop. Centrally located in Monsey (347) 709-8528
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GYMPROS HIRING! Monsey’s premier Jewish gymnastics program is expanding and looking to add staff for the upcoming school year: 1. Qualified female to run our preschool program. 2. Front desk secretary for the afternoon and evening hours. 3. Additional coaches for our classes. These are great opportunities in an exciting field. If you or someone you know might be qualified for one of these positions, please call 304-449-6776 (leave a message) or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Hamaspik is currently hiring high school girls for our Sunday Respite Program A rewarding and fun-filled experience. Good Pay. If interested, please email to Respitegirls@hamaspikrockland.org or call 845-425-3421 F/T SECRETARY for multi girl office in SECRETARIAL POSITION and leave a detail message Monsey. 845-445-7804 NURSING HOME MANAGEMENT company is looking to hire an experience F/T or P/T Account payable. Please email Resume to jobs@ carecorehealth.com
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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. July 19, 2017 / THE MONSEY VIEW / 151 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484
Classifieds Importing company in Monsey is looking for a F/T and a P/T female secretary. Needs to be detail oriented and self-motivated. Basic computer knowledge a must. Great opportunity for growth for the right individuals. Please email resume to HR@pantherimports.com BILLING DIRECTOR Locally based LHCSA is looking for a director to oversee MLTC billing. send resume to lhcsajob@gmail. com SEEKING LICENSED NYS certified teacher to work in a local UPK program for a school. Please send resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. BUSY WIG SALON looking to hire a girl for f/t blowdrying/styling. must have experience.full time hours include sundays. please email your resume to email@example.com or lve a message 8454183334. ATERES is seeking an administrative assistant / extracurricular coordinator. Responsibilities include G.O.,subbing, various administrative tasks. growth opportunities. 8:45-4:15. 845558-7790. DELI looking for a responsible worker for night hours and Fridays. 845-352-9008. x102. YSV BOYS General Studies is hiring: Elementary 1st-4th M-TH 12:45-4:00, Title I Math 3rd6th M-TH 12:45-4:45, Phys Ed K-8th M-TH 12:45-4:45. Send resume & references to
tbayer@yeshivaspringvalley. org or FAX 356-8551 ASSISTANT TEACHERS YSV seeks assistant teachers for afternoon hours. Excellent opportunity to train with female master teachers. Resume & references to 356-8551 or tbayer@yeshivaspringvalley. org. SEEKING TEACHERS Seeking general studies teachers for boys junior high. Warm, supportive environment. Salary commensurate with experience. Please send resume to yshalom@ cliftoncheder.org 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. LOOKING FOR SHADOW Looking for a shadow for a 6 year old boy for the upcoming school year in Bais Mikroh Please call 732-215-2858 ערפארענע לערערין מיר זוכן אן ערפארענע לערערין פאר מיטל עלטערע קלאסן אין resume ביטע.א היימישע מוסד 517-3540 : צוfax
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RENEW CREW Refresh, Re-Do, Maintain Dovid Denberg 845-200-1326
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
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.
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Beautiful CLEAN HEATED POOL in a serene atmosphere surrounded by lush landscaping and nature. Features a relaxing hot tub/jacuzzi. Comfortable amenities and several beach chairs to lounge. Kid friendly too! Many pool toys/tubes included and a child lock for safety around the pool. Weekdays - $80 per hour. Grill/party/ ﬁre pit available to be arranged for extra cost.
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TO VOLUNTEER to feed the sick or elderly, OR if you are in need of this service, Please call 845-3521016 CLIFTON RIDE Looking for ride from monsey to clifton f or coming school year l eaving between 11 to 12 Willing to pay call 845-274-1290 SPEAKERS TO RENT for all your Simches & more, We also have a mp3 system. call 845.579.5467 CUSTOM CLASSROOM POSTERS Don’t wait until the last minute. Call now 845.426.0535. Ask for Shaindy MOONWALK AND WATERSLIDES fun inflatables, all prices, all sizes, for rent. call 845.263.0995 ORGANIC JUICING Cancer patients critically need organic juices asap.
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ODDS AND ENDS JEWISH YOUNG COUPLE looking to adopt baby/young child. Text/call 347-461-1914 BOOKS NEEDED Upstate Jewish community is accepting donations of new or gently used books of Jewish content for their library. For pickup call 425-4606 LECHU V’NELCHA Weekly shiur for post seminary girls. Alternating speakers. Wednesdays 9pm 225 Maple Avenue. Infoline for details 7184800586.
GEMACHIM GOWN GEMACH mother and sister gowns size 0-12, by appointment only. 845-426-7496 or 845-3523031. 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 TABLECLOTH GEMACH for your Simchos. Call: (845) 371 2105 GPS GEMACH Call 845-352-2588. (Minimal fee). BECHER GEMACH Use real bechers from our free-loan gemach. Better for your pocket,
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Researchers at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai and Jewish Crohn’s & Colitis Support Group (JCCSG) are joining forces with Jewish communities for the Road to Prevention Program in IBD (Crohn’s or Colitis). WHAT’S INVOLVED? • A stool sample • A blood (or saliva) sample
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We are looking for both family members with and without IBD to participate in this families study. Compensation provided for your time and effort.
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