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Contents

// Inside

FREE ISSUE 110 AUGUST 9, 2017

‫פרשת עקב‬ ‫י"ז אב תשע”ז‬

BRAND-NEW BOOTHS! Twelve exciting ideas for your backyard carnival

GET THE GEAR

40 //

Inbox

48 //

Masterplan

58 //

Parsha

64 //

Week in Review

69 //

Food

77 //

Carnival

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Carnival II

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Dreamscapes

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Excursions

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A Visitor

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FYI

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Organizing

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Draw

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Fun Pages

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Comics

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Real Estate

DISCLAIMER: We do not endorse any ad found in this publication. We are not responsible for typographical or grammatical errors.

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Classifieds

Copyright: All content found in The Monsey View is Copyright © and may not be reproduced, published, distributed, or duplicated for public or private use without written permission from The Monsey View.

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RE: EXTRA HOURS OFF (ISSUE #109) I am writing this letter in response to the query by C.K.B. regarding why day camps don’t have a full day on Erev Tisha B’Av. The reason is that if you look in Shulchan Oruch, you will see that on Erev Tisha B’av from chatzos (midday) our aveilus (mourning) begins in earnest, even though we are still permitted to drink and eat. We are not allowed to take walks for pleasure, or engage in any other pleasurable activity at that time. Learning Torah, other than the subjects permitted on Tisha B’Av, is subject of a machlokes. This is the halacha, not simply a hiddur. Obviously, to have day camp, whose entire purpose is to give children pleasure, is the antithesis of chinuch. Our goal is to be mechanech children to know the correct thing to do. To have a day camp on Erev Tisha B’Av would therefore be a colossal error in chinuch. Sincerely, Anonymous

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I’m responding to C.K.B., who was wondering why day camps end early on Erev Tisha B’av. According to the book “Guidelines,” written by Rabbi Elozor Barclay and Rabbi Yitzchak Jaeger, it is forbidden to take pleasure walks on Erev Tisha B’av after midday. Presumably, other fun activities are a problem as well. Camps probably end early because day camp fun is not in the spirit of the day. Sincerely, Gittel Karniol

RE: WHERE THE FOOD ENDS UP (ISSUE #104) This letter is directed to the woman who gave her cleaning help blintzes in an aluminum foil pan, together with a whole mango. Just for your information, I found it in my trash can! I beg all Yiddishe mammes, don’t give your cleaning help food to “to take home” with them. More often than not, it ends up in someone’s trash can! Beware of baal tashchis. May we all find ourselves in Yerushalayim with Moshiach real soon! A Concerned Resident

CLIQUE AWARENESS When my family first moved to our new house about a year and a

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half ago, the first ones to welcome and greet us was a family from a nearby street. Not only did the mother and children come with cookies and a welcome note in hand, but the wife made sure to make us feel welcomed by all of our other new neighbors as well. I later found out from other neighbors that she had placed phone calls to the other nearby families who have children similar in age to mine and suggested that they pay us a visit and set up a playdate. When we would frequent their backyard last summer, my daughter would sometimes feel intimidated by the groups of other kids who would congregate there, but the daughter of this family would go out of her way to make an effort to make my daughter feel included in our new neighborhood. It is now over a year since we’ve moved in and we are, baruch Hashem, settled in nicely and even have some new families with children who have recently moved onto our street. The past few weeks, however, I’ve noticed that this girl from the other street who first came to welcome us has been spending more and more time coming to play on our street with my daughter and our more immediate neighbors. When I asked if her neighbors have been away (I wondered why she was coming to our street each week when she has so many friends on her own street), she said no, that her neighbors have been home, but no one on her street wants to play with her anymore. Her eyes got teary as she spoke, so I didn’t press further. But apparently a new family moved in a few months ago, and since then, a clique has formed among their daughter and a bunch of the other girls, excluding this one. The mother told me that she was encouraging her daughter to try and break into the group again (after all, she had always played so nicely with the other girls and everyone always seemed to liked her), but after she witnessed firsthand the eye-rolling and whispering that occurred each time that her daugh-


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ANOTHER SAFETY ASPECT This past week my husband was driving down the street, when a girl who was playing ball was running after her ball that rolled into the street. It scares me to think what could’ve happened. This is not a new problem. A child who is so engrossed in playing ball will automatically run after it. Please think twice before letting your kids take their ball outside near the street. A Concerned Monsey Resident

IS HE HURTING OUR KIDS? There is a person that has been coming frequently to the Jewish communities in New York, selling herbal creams for children with eczema. Many parents have bought these creams and been amazed at how miraculously their children have cleared while on the cream… However, when they try to stop using the creams, the children look like burn victims. One little boy stopped by my house the other day because his mother wanted me to look at his hands after using that cream; he was absolutely incapacitated. His fingers were swollen, ripped open and frozen in position. He couldn’t bend them at all for the pain. My heart broke to pieces when he couldn’t even open the wrapper of a lolly I gave him. Our children should not be made to suffer so! It is highly suspected that these creams contain extremely strong, unlabeled steroids. One mother of a child who has used these creams has undertaken to raise the $3,500 needed to send the cream to a laboratory where it will be tested for steroidal presence. If we can prove that these creams are harming children, then we can bring him before a Bais Din, preventing him from harming others. As a person that hears and sees these children suffering on a daily basis, I took upon myself to spread the word as part of my Skin Healing Gemach. If you have bought these creams for your child, or even if your heart just moves you to help prevent pain to other Yiddishe kinder, please help enable this mother to send the cream for testing. To participate in this extraordinary mitzvah please call the Skin Healing Gemach. 845.425.2773 Ruchy Reese/The Skin Healing Gemach

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Much has been written about the dilemma of upstairs/downstairs neighbors in the past few weeks. But I would like to touch on the issue of back/front and either-side neighbors. In the last couple of years, my neighborhood of once single-family homes has become a metropolis. A lot that appeared minuscule when one house was upon it, is suddenly sporting an edifice with more windows and doors than I can count. But that’s not my point, and I beg readers to please not write concerning the need for more multi-family housing. I am not in disagreement with you. I love trees and nature, but I prefer housing for my children too. What I would like to highlight is this: When your doorbell chimes, I check my door. When your phone rings, I check my caller ID. When your mixer goes on, I check my freezer. When your vacuum cleaner vrooms, I check my carpet. When your alarm rings, I check if anyone in my home needs waking. When your CD player blasts forth, I often want to offer you an alternative CD. When someone in your home makes a bracha, I answer “amen.” When someone sneezes, I bless you. When the baby cries, I recall the good ol’ days and when the teens clash, I chuckle over my present days. When your onions burn, I check my burners and when your cake smells heavenly, I’d gladly brew some coffee and settle down at your kitchen table. When your BBQ sizzles, I look in askance at the leftovers I’m serving. When your taxi beeps, I run to the door (even though I almost never call a cab!). When you run on your treadmill, your neighbors are bemoaning their waistlines. When your child practices his keyboard, I hope he’ll play a tune my family enjoys. When you tune into your favorite hotline, we share an uplifting shiur. When your son sings chazanus, I…well, that depends on his skill. But when your daughter practices her play or graduation niggun or simply sings for the enjoyment of it, I cringe. And that is my point. Dear neighbor, the sounds we share are part and parcel of living with congestion. Please understand that we can hear (especially if the windows are open) your singing, your loud conversation and even spats and reprimands which are meant to be private. We are not being nosy or intrusive; we simply can’t help it if you now live within earshot of our ears. You may hear the very same sounds emanating from our home, but we have it multiplied by six, eight or more. In addition, if your windows are facing those of a neighbor, please keep your shades drawn at all times — even in the daytime. It is a natural instinct to look into the brightly lit window of a home within feet of your own window. When making a simcha in your home, it’s predictable for the noise level to be elevated, but we don’t have to feel as though we’re practically in your dining room. Don’t tempt us and do your best to preserve your privacy. Please maintain a level of dignity and tznius as befits a member of Klal Yisroel. R.S.


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SHAINDY KNEW THAT MOVING her elderly father into her home was not only the right thing to do, it was what she truly wanted to do from the bottom of her heart — but was she capable of it? Her father’s medical issues were many, her medical knowledge was scant, her apartment was tiny, and her family obligations were already overwhelming as it was. Perhaps she had bitten off more than she could chew? Aryeh accepted an offer for a rabbinical position in a community that was just the right fit. He had always wanted to be a rabbi, so this should have felt like a dream come true for him. In reality, however, he suddenly felt inadequate for the tremendous burden of responsibility he had accepted upon his shoulders, which now felt so small. Instead of celebrating, Aryeh began to have second thoughts. Sitting at her vort, Dahlia looked over at her chasan’s family. Peyos, bekeshes, shtreimlech. She looked deeper into what this represented for her, and suddenly she wondered if she was really up to this. No more gebrokts? A complete change in her way of dress? Her husband always running to a tisch? What had felt so very right just a few hours earlier — she truly believed she had met her bashert — was suddenly not so clear anymore. What Shaindy, Aryeh, and Dahlia were all experiencing was fear. All of them understood that this next step in life was Hashem’s will for them, yet all of them were afraid that they were unable to overcome the many obstacles that would sure-

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O&R issued a warning to the public asking them to be on the alert for any suspicious individuals who claim to be company employees. All O&R employees are required to carry photo IDs with them when on calls and to provide a unique ticket number for any prescheduled service calls. Employee identities can also be verified by calling the utility company at 845-577-3526. Company spokesperson Mike Donovan advised the public to keep their doors locked and to call police should they encounter anyone who tries to gain entry into their home and claims to work for the company but cannot produce a valid O&R photo ID card.

Longtime County Sheriff Dies JAMES KRALIK, A LONGTIME MEMBER of law enforcement who died at age 74 after battling cancer, is being remembered fondly for nearly five decades of service to Rockland County. Kralik, who lived in Suffern, was a chief of patrol for 20 years before he was elected as the county’s sheriff in 1991, according to The Journal News. He created the concept of color coordinated anti-terrorism zones to chart the likelihood of possible terrorist attacks, an idea that

later became state policy and was also adopted at the federal level. In addition to being an avid horseman who founded the county’s mounted unit, Kralik was also responsible for starting Rockland’s computer crimes unit, a marine unit and bomb squad. “Sheriff Kralik left a lasting impact on Rockland County and made it a better place for all who call it home,” said County Executive Ed Day.

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Summer picnics make great childhood memories, and it doesn’t matter whether they’re done in a park or in the privacy of your own backyard spread upon an old washable summer quilt. The food should be easily transportable and uncomplicated; full-bodied nutritious salads make a great choice. Each of these recipes is almost a complete meal, including ingredients in every food group.

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QUINOA ON THE GO

Surprisingly, this salad is a winner even among the non-health food eaters. Yields two adult main portions or four portions of sides

INGREDIENTS: 3 cups cooked quinoa 2 carrots, julienned 1 ripe avocado, sliced ½ cup Klein’s roasted, salted corn nuts 4 T. finely chopped purple onions

DRESSING 2 T. olive oil 2 T. fresh lemon juice 1 garlic, crushed ½ tsp. salt ¼ tsp. black pepper

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DIRECTIONS: 1. Cook quinoa according to package directions, or bake in the oven using the following method: Rinse 2 cups of quinoa very well, place in a disposable foil pan, add 3.5 cups boiling water, and bake covered on 350° for 25–30 minutes. Remove from oven and fluff with fork. 2. Place quinoa in individual containers. Lay vegetables on top and drizzle with dressing.


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FLOUNDER GARDEN MIX

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1 package Positiv Romaine lettuce

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DIRECTIONS: 1. Fry or bake flounder and cut into strips. 2. Mix all vegetables. 3. Place flounder over vegetables. 4. Add Pressles and dressing right before serving. Otherwise they will turn soggy.


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“COME ONE , COME ALL AND HAVE A BALL!” Chances are, you’ve seen a notice with similar captions at some point during the past few weeks. With summer on and school off, kids are looking to fill their vacation days with fun and exciting activities. And what better than a neighborhood carnival, complete with slush, cotton candy, booths and prizes? Problem is, booth ideas are becoming a bit boring… Really, how many times can you look for the penny in a bowl of flour — or pin the tail on the poor donkey? While the carnival spirit is exciting enough to attract all local tots and teens, why not up the creativity factor with some new and innovative booths? So what are you waiting for? Grab some markers and invite the neighbors; you’ve got a carnival brewing! A carnival like this doesn’t happen every day! Don’t forget to take lots of pictures! And we’d love to be invited, too! Or at least see some photos…

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Tic Tac Toe – Stick a Row! You’ve drawn Xs and Os to try and score a winning line, but have you ever tried throwing a winning line? In this fun activity, kids get three (or four, for the younger ones) ping pong balls that have a few rough pieces of stick-on Velcro. Prepare a Tic-Tac-Toe board by covering a foam board or cardboard with felt, and sticking four strips of duct tape onto the felt, forming the popular Tic-Tac-Toe board. Kids stand at a prearranged distance and try to get a winning row by throwing their sticky balls at the felted game board.

It's Feeding Time! This race, done in partners, is guaranteed to have your guests in fits of hysterical giggles. Partner A gets blindfolded and must attempt to feed Partner B, who has their hands tied behind their back. Which pair can complete the entire portion with most ending up in the mouth? Whether they’ll be feeding pudding, applesauce, or… baby food, have lots of napkins handy… and a camera!

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Clown Nose! Here’s another race, which will have kids in paroxysms of laughter even before they’ve begun… Both players get a dab of Vaseline on the tip of their nose. (To ensure proper hygiene, apply the Vaseline with Q-Tips and discard every time.) A pile of cotton balls is then placed in front of each player. At the “go” signal, the pair bends down and, without using hands, must get a cotton ball to stick to the glob on the nose. Who’s the first professional clown?

Ball Pit! You can re-create your own ball pit found in indoor play centers! You’ll need a bunch of inflated colorful balloons thrown into a large size kiddie pool. One of those balloons should have a large smiley face drawing. The smiley balloon is hidden in the lot, waiting for the kids to find him… The player jumps into the pool and gets 30 seconds to find the smiley face. You only win if you don’t pop the others!

Pool Noodle Bowling! Bowling is a popular game which has been made into a carnival booth many times. But here’s an interesting twist. Instead of simply rolling a ball to knock down those pins, add challenge and originality by using a split pool noodle. Split a noodle in half and cut it as short as you’d like. Kids will send a toy car or marble down the center indent of the pool noodle to knock down the most bottles possible. For best results, use a heavy weight car/marble and lightweight bottles/pins.

Prize Surprise! This fun punching game will have kids coming back again and again, so make sure to prepare quite an amount. Use hot glue to secure rows of colorful plastic cups to a piece of foam board or cardboard. Fill each cup with one surprise such as a cheap prize, a small candy, a winning ticket, etc. Then, cover each cup with a small napkin or piece of tissue paper and glue it all around the rim of the cup. Stand the board upright with the napkin/tissue paper covers facing the players. Kids will punch into their cup of choice and find their special gift! August 9, 2017 / THE MONSEY VIEW / 79 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484


Pool Tube Stack! Grab a partner who’s ready to turn into a tube building… Partner A gets a stack of 3–4 inflated pool tubes, and stands at a predetermined distance. Partner B will pose with their hands up, while partner A will throw the tubes trying to get it onto Partner B. Which pair can turn their partner into a tube stack first? For best results, use tubes with large inner spaces.

Water Explosion! Got good aim? Try another fun one for partners! Prepare two empty soda bottles by cutting a large hole in the center. Attach string/ribbon with hot glue to the bottle’s two bottom sides, enabling players to place the bottle on their head and tie it under their chin. While Player A stands at a predetermined distance with the bottle tied to their head, Player B must throw a wet sponge or mini water balloon at the target and aim for the hole in the bottle! It’s a good idea to give brave Player A a pair of goggles…

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Sand Art Table! Want a real professional carnival? Have kids take home their own handmade keepsake. Sand art is a fun project that many mothers don’t appreciate indoors… Prepare a table with spritz bottles filled with various colored sand, along with little funnels if necessary. Kids can purchase little decorative bottles and vases to fill with their unique pattern of sand.

Photo Booth! Don’t forget to create memories by preparing a photo booth! Cover a coat rack with a piece of material or tablecloth, and drape a banner or balloons across the top. Prepare a box of fun props, like, cute hats, funny glasses, clown wigs and noses, etc. Kids can pick a prop and pose while their picture will be taken. Cheese!


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The magic of cotton candy just never fades, not with age, and not even when it’s the fifth dreamy treat for the summer. The same goes for fresh popcorn, snow cones and the variety of fun items you can offer at your carnival. And these don’t have to be limited to carnivals. Up the fun at any family gathering, party or celebration with great concession machines, rides and games. The selection is endless! Let’s take a look at some great picks to truly turn a typical event into one that’ll be the talk of town. Don’t forget available outlets and plenty of extension wires. THE MONSEY VIEW / 89


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A wood runner atop the white tablecloth brings a rustic feel to the table, and creates the perfect backdrop to these symmetrically lined centerpieces. Towering over wooden lanterns and modest flower arrangements, these tall glass vases play an important role in filling outdoor expansiveness.

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While wood remains the name of the game at the buffet too, fruitfilled, crude baskets are friendly bursts of color, livening the scene. Creating height and spilling over with nature’s abundance, these quaint, wooden crates are charming and purposeful all at once!

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What’s a summer barbecue without a refreshing cocktail? At our bamboo bar, an array of lemon, orange, olives, cherry, mint, amongst some other popular choices, not only quenches our guests’ thirst, but does so in a most attractive and refreshing way!

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BARBEQUE Mini peppers, squash, corn, eggplant and some other veggies form a brilliant medley of colors that doesn’t only fill the color palette, but is a delight for the palate as well.

Stacks of raw meat allow guests to select the type of meat they’d like, and take it to the BBQ chef. Not only do they choose their own meat, they also choose how well they’d like it done!

CANDLES Candles in wooden lanterns and candlesticks sprinkled throughout the yard not only blend into the theme; they help light the night when the sun bids farewell.

OVER THE PAST THREE YEARS, WE HAVE SUCCESSFULLY PLANNED AND EXECUTED HUNDREDS OF ORIGINAL EVENTS IN A MYRIAD OF THEMES. WHILE EACH WAS DIFFERENT AND TOTALLY FRESH, THEY WERE ALIKE IN THEIR AUTHENTICITY OF THEIR HOST’S DISTINCTIVE EXPRESSION. WE PLEDGE TO COLLABORATE WITH YOU AND REALIZE YOUR DREAM EVENT WHILE RESPECTING YOUR BUDGETARY APPETITE.

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L A I R AE ADVENTURES

If you get to go away during this Bein Hazmanim season, that’s really wonderful! But if a getaway just doesn’t fit into your schedule, budget or plans, there are so many wonderful day trips you can take. Ropes courses and ziplines will usually rank high on any boy’s bucket list, and one of these locations, all of them under an hour away, may be the perfect adventure with which to treat your yeshiva boy. One of the greatest perks of tree climbing? The shade.

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TREETOP ADVENTURE COURSE

With its location right next to Turtle Back Zoo, this can be a trip for the entire family. The aerial obstacle course is fairly new, with adult courses at approximately 35 feet offering 30 challenge elements with an average run of one to one-anda-half hours. The junior courses are approximately 10 feet high with 15 challenge elements and an average run time of 30 to 45 minutes. Parents may join their children in the Junior Course for the same fee.

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560 Northfield Ave, West Orange, NJ 07052

(973) 731-5800 ext. 279

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Call to inquire about rates.

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PALISADES CLIMBING ADVENTURE

For a rainy day or heat wave, it’s always good to be prepared with an indoor option. This 4-story climbing structure, the tallest indoor ropes course in the world, is truly wow. It is designed for just about everyone, with various levels of difficulty, and 75 different challenge elements. There’s also a separate Sky Tykes ropes course for younger children. Please be advised that the ropes course is in the center of the Palisades Mall, traversing all its floors, and is exposed to all shoppers and passersby.

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4590 Palisades Center Dr, West Nyack, NY 10994, 4th level 845-727-3500

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By: Libby Lichter

I’VE WATCHED NEIGHBORS FILL UP THEIR cars early Sunday morning, kids clutching drinks and snacks, and heady with excitement. And stocked with patience: patience for the traffic, traffic, traffic on both ends of the journey. Is a scant few hours visiting in camp worth hours of traffic? “No,” says one sister. “But I can’t give it up either.” She spends the Shabbos preceding visiting day in the mountains. “Partially,” says an aunt. She travels into Monsey from her Brooklyn home on Friday preceding visiting day to cut the traffic time in half. “Not at all,” says a neighbor, who warns her daughter before camp that her daughter can be the visitor on visiting day — by coming home. This year, it’s my turn to voice an opinion. My son is going to camp for the first time, and I’m fantabulously excited for him. As for myself, not so much. For starters, I’ll miss him immensely. And worry, worry, worry. I know that my Shacharis each morning will intensify in sincerity as I daven for him to have good chavrusos and melamdim, and wholesome fun. I’d love the opportunity of visiting day to see his “new

home” firsthand. But, on the flip side, I find traveling extremely difficult, and traffic compounds the pressure. City simchos and appointments, when travel is inevitable, knocks me out for days. Each time, I weigh importance of traveling against the wear and tear it does to my physical well-being, and the resultant wife and mother I am. Visiting day calls for tough decision-making. When I was a camper, I was super lucky. My parents were in a bungalow colony within five-minute driv-


A VISITOR JUST FOR ME ing distance of camp, and I reaped the benefits. Laundry lines? Not for me. I sent a laundry bag home and Mommy did the washing, drying, ironing, folding (and tucked some goodies into the laundry bag, too). Missing my family? Long Friday afternoons were the perfect setup for me to enjoy their company and catch up with all the family news without another camper breathing down my neck, awaiting her turn at the phone booth. Visiting day, though, was lackluster. I’d hang out at

the gate watching parents, siblings and even grandparents drive up with hugs and exclamations and bulging bags of goodies. I, who’d just seen my family, got no “So good to see you.” Or “We missed you sooo much!”The pudgy, sticky baby sister hug and kiss too, wasn’t there. No dramatic reunions for me. One summer, as a camp staff member, hanging out at the gate, watching the excitement through a stranger’s view, I received a visitor. One of my coworkers had

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come up to the mountains to visit relatives, and she stopped by at my camp too. This was a new experience for me. A visitor on visiting day! Someone came just to see me! And the package she brought! I have a weak spot for the red Zetov Super Snacks. She remembered — and she brought me a dozen! (To this day my kids bring that home from their school siyums — edible or otherwise.) Of course it wasn’t the snacks, but the fact that she not only came, but remembered my preferences. It showed me how much she cared, making that one memorable visiting day. From that point on, the words “visiting day” began to elicit the image of my friend, standing at the camp gate, with her Super Snacks care package. Funny how, the more years that go by, the more meaningful this memory becomes. And now, when I get ready to send my son to camp, the word visiting day evokes those warm, fuzzy feelings of seeing a special someone who cared about me. It’s almost like the mention of the word visiting day is synonymous with my friend and red Super Snacks! Back to my question: Is it worth it being out of sorts for a few days to give your child a only a few hours of a visit? A resounding yes! I want to paint an image in my son’s mind. I want him, in years hence, to recall the image of his parents and younger siblings surrounding him with love and exclamation and some none-too-gentle pudgy, too-wet kisses from the little ones — and of course some packages of red Super Snacks. Because this feeling of warmth that will hopefully spread through him when he thinks of visiting day is priceless. And I want to give him that gift.


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An Interstate Event with a Community Agenda For builders and property developers of Upstate New York, the OJBA is a recognized educational support group. With its success rate and growing exhibitor base throughout its 3 year consecutive OJBA Catskills event, the members of the Orthodox Jewish community receive valuable lessons and coveted interaction with the industry’s best. The who’s who and what’s what in property development, property rehab, property management and construction divisions get acquainted and share business connections which benefit the corporate relationships throughout the year. Attendees and exhibitors await the annual meet and greet as a way of starting and continuing the communication process which is integral in the business of white and blue collar interaction. The OJBA is proud to be presenting every scope of building professional and is launching its biggest event yet. Scheduled for November 29, 2017, the OJBA Interstate Event will expand to include Orange and Rockland counties as well as its neighboring counties of North Jersey. The full day event will be an epic fusion of property experts with a wide scope of connectivity. Having so many like-minded individuals under one roof will coordinate an iconic presence with many viable resources at the disposal of every exhibitor and attendee. The OJBA staff has effectively signed a proposal with the Meadowlands Exhibition Center for its mega OJBA Interstate Event which is scheduled for this fall. Featuring expansive exhibitor space and a grand ballroom for booth visibility, the event is scheduled to be a union of epic standards.

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Each exhibitor booth will be strategically placed so that every company gets the best representation and sales approach. Wider aisles mean more networking space and with OJBA it’s mostly about networking and sharing. The OJBA’s Meilech Weber refers to the upcoming event as ‘one that the community and region has never before witnessed.’ In his words: ‘The preparation is intense, but we are motivated by the incredible response and generous blessings of renowned Rabbis and prominent business associates who are very appreciative of our community oriented efforts’. ‘So many of our friends and company associates are in the business of property dev or construction and there are constantly new advances, building codes and requirements. It’s hard to keep up with it all and here we have the coordination of all experts who will be gathered with a unified vision of spreading the education and sharing the value.’ Changes in the construction industry are far reaching, with recent updates in energy efficient budget cuts and sustainable building solutions that require skill and expertise. There are also municipal laws and requirements, among other key components in the industry specifics. Varied suppliers and subcontractors are also going to attend the event, with access to leading builders that they’ve previously never been affiliated with. No company is too big or too small to attend. The OJBA’s Interstate Event is how industry leaders and pioneers get to internalize the lessons and actualize the connections. We look forward to greeting exhibitors and attendees. Be sure to register online at ojbanewyork.com.


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HISTORY:

A Mexican folk myth tells of a wealthy farmer who owned over 100,000 acres of corn. The farmer took some of his surplus corn and dried it up to feed his chickens. On a summer day, while he was feeding the chickens, he heard a popping sound. As frightened as he was about the sudden noise, he looked down to see a white piece of fluff. The farmer actually kept this new food a secret until his death.

When Perry Spencer realized that his chocolate candy bar had melted by the magnetron (power tube), he decided to see if it would pop popcorn. It did — resulting in the “invention” of microwave popcorn.

During the Great Depression, popcorn was fairly inexpensive at 5–10 cents a bag and became popular. Thus, while other businesses failed, the popcorn business thrived.

During WWII, sugar was rationed and candy was hard to come by. Americans compensated by eating three times as much popcorn as they had before. It was also taken overseas as a treat for American servicemen. Mexico is the largest U.S. popcorn market and accounts for almost a third of all exports. With the impending renegotiation of the North American Free Trade Agreement, U.S. popcorn industries are at risk.

FUN FACTS:

Popcorn is a combination of the two words: Popped corn. Americans eat around 17 billion quarts of popcorn every year. This amount would fill the Empire State Building 18 times. By volume, it’s America’s favorite snack with each person eating an average of 68 quarts of popcorn each year.

Twenty-five states in the U.S. grow popcorn. Nebraska takes the lead with their estimated 250 million pounds of popcorn per year. That’s equivalent to a quarter of all the popcorn produced in the U.S.

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Each kernel contains a small drop of water inside. There is also a circle of soft starch surrounded by the hard outer surface. As the kernel heats, the drop of water expands and pressure starts to build up. When the hard surface eventually gives way, the popcorn explodes. During the explosion, the soft starch inside the kernel inflates and bursts, turning the entire kernel inside out.

The ideal popping temperature for popcorn is 400–460 degrees Fahrenheit. A kernel will pop, on average, when it reaches 347 degrees Fahrenheit.


KNOW YOUR LINGO: The world’s largest popcorn ball was created by volunteers in Sac City, Iowa in February, 2009. It weighed 5,000 pounds, stood over 8 feet tall, and measured 28.8 feet in circumference. It took 253 volunteers, 12 hours and 40 minutes to make this ball. It took 900 pounds of popcorn, 2,700 pounds of sugar, and 1,400 pounds of syrup to make this.

Popcorn has been sold at events since 1912. It has been a big money maker not only because popcorn is overpriced, but also because people usually get thirsty and, consequently, buy sodas or water as well.

Illinois has named popcorn their official snack. Since 1958, there has been an annual “popcorn day.”

The American Diabetes Association uses popcorn as a bread exchange. It provides the necessary roughage and fiber to aid digestion and the overall health of the body.

How high can popcorn kernels pop? Up to three feet in the air.

• Popped popcorn comes in two shapes: snowflake (sold at popcorn stands because it looks and pops bigger and fluffier) or mushroom (used for candy confections because it doesn’t crumble). • Unpopped popcorn kernels are called spinsters or old maids. (Quality popcorn should produce 98% popped kernels with under 2% being spinsters.) • Popability refers to the percentage of kernels that pop.

JANUARY 19 is National Popcorn Day.

APRIL 7TH is Caramel Popcorn Day.

OCTOBER is National Popcorn Month.

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by sara goldstein

Days to Serenity

HI EVERYBODY! You’re probably done with all the laundry just to realize that you’re not done with the laundry just to learn that, baruch Hashem, you’ll never quite be done with laundry, because, well, it’s laundry. So for those that are still doing laundry because well, laundry, I’ll tell you one thing: We have laundry to do. We have cleaning to do. We have organizing to do. We have laundry to do. We have cleaning to do. We have organizing to do. The sentences that need repeating get repeated. Sorry, computer error. The sooner we accept that we’ll always be busy with these things, the easier it all gets. Take dinner, for example. If you accept the fact that dinner needs to be made Every Single Night Then you will be calmer with the process in knowing that it’s okay if one night The supper Is Not Perfect. Because the next night supper is served again. My point? Whatever you do around the house does not have to be perfect. Whatever you do does not have to be rushed or stressfully done. Do it peacefully. Let the little kids help. It’ll be okay. There it is. My wisdom that you all know. (It might have just made you more nervous with the knowledge that you have to prepare supper every night, but, yeah, still sharing that wisdom.)

THURSDAY, AUGUST 10: SEFORIM SHELVES CONTINUED You did the top few shelves. Repeat the instructions for the bottom few. To reiterate: If you don’t have place on the shelves, donate some stuff. My kids are currently looking for new novels, say, around every five seconds or so. They seem to devour books, which I’m very happy about. Searching for these titles they can read: How to Go to Sleep at a Reasonable Hour For the younger ones: How to Wake Up at a Reasonable Hour Or: How to Read a Book More Slowly So You Still Have

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What to Read When You’re Bored How to Read the Chapter Faster So You Can Get Up from the Couch When Your Mother Calls If you have any of these titles, I’ll pay whatever you ask. There are many more titles I’m looking for. Message me for more details. FRIDAY, AUGUST 11: CUTLERY DRAWER It’s kind of a tricky when it comes to the cutlery drawer. If you have a few different sets merged together, keep the ones you’re actually using. Listen up, my friends! One soup ladle! One spatula! One masher! The egg slicer or other bulkier items don’t necessarily belong in the cutlery drawer. Rusty stuff? Definite no-nos. Cherry pitter or whatever it’s called, when did you use it last? If you don’t have a divider yet, make some dividers out of tissue boxes. Cut them to fit your drawers and have your kids color or paint them. SUNDAY, AUGUST 13: CRAFT CENTER • Glues, scissors, scotch tape, glue gun. • Markers, crayons, colored pencils, pastels, paint brushes, paint, play dough, puff paint. • Colored paper, white paper, coloring books, paint books. • Glitter, googly eyes, pom poms, pipe cleaners (remember those?), beads. These are pretty much the basic stuff your crafts center should have. Of course if you have the space and enjoy doing crafts with the kids (or yourself!) there are loads of stuff to upgrade your collection. I usually


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take the crafts items out of the original packaging so it takes up much less space and put them in Ziploc bags. Throw away empty or dried out glue, broken crayons, dried-out paint or markers and cutless (is that even a word?) scissors. MONDAY, AUGUST 14: CHILDREN’S CLOTHING — TOPS/SHIRTS “Hi. This is Hindy, calling my mother from my closet. Can’t find my green shirt. Can’t find the white shell. What should I wear today???” “HI. This is your mother calling (shouting) from the fridge. Whatever! Hurry, your bus is almost here. Just wear whatever you want.” If I’m being a bit dramatic, great! Your closets need less than 22 minutes. Otherwise, please stay on the line. Or just stay here on the page with me. • Fold the tops standing up and put them in a bin, not piled. Keep them in the order of when they get worn. Hang shirts. • Get rid of what wasn’t worn in a while, is stained or torn. • Make a pile of whatever needs mending or to be dry cleaned, and take it out of the closet. This needs repeating, but I try not to repeat myself more than once in an article. I try not to repeat myself more than once in an article. TUESDAY, AUGUST 15: CHILDREN’S SKIRTS/TIGHTS, PANTS/ SOCKS The same technique gets used with skirts/ pants. • If your son and daughter share a closet, use the 4-tier skirt hangers,(I find the 6-tier ones get too messy) and use them for pants as well. Hang the pants upside down. • Color-code the skirts. Go through the tights and socks. Matching pair not there? Bye-bye. Hole in the tights beyond repair? So long. No. Don’t even think of making a library from your leftover socks and tights. Catch you later, Sara! Sara Goldstein is a professional organizer serving Upstate, Brooklyn and beyond. She can be reached at sarastyle2020@gmail.com. COMING NEXT WEEK: Thursday, August 17: The solution to your wrapping paper/ ribbons ‘n bows Friday, August 18: Silver paper, baking paper etc...drawers Sunday, August 19: Let’s have some fun around your garden! Monday, August 20: Chargers, batteries, wires etc... Tuesday, August 21: Magazines cluttering your couch area? What to do with 57 back-up copies of The View

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After a while, in Rav Gedalia’s house When my time comes, I cannot think of a more fitting successor than my dear talmid, Rav Shalom Sharabi!

The next day

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I know there is no one like him. He is beloved by Hashem and by everyone who meets him

The Rosh Yeshiva’s daughter Chana is engaged to Rav Shalom!

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By Ann Zeilingold

Real Estate Choosing the Related Professionals LAST WEEK WE SPOKE ABOUT how purchasing a home is like a shidduch, and we discussed the realtor’s role, but we didn’t go into detail regarding the mortgage professional and the attorney, who both play vital roles in the purchasing of a home. All mortgage professionals are not the same. For the most part, they all have very similar products, rates and fees. It’s how they structure their loans, move them through the process and the flexibility they have or not that will differentiate one from the other. Last week I got a call from someone in Lakewood. They were supposed to be closing their loan after the Nine Days and their mortgage broker gave them a rate that they felt was high. After checking the interest rates, the rate was about ½% higher than our rates. The person told me that I was the second mortgage professional that they had called who told them the same thing. I advised them to stay with their mortgage person, because they had to close soon, but to tell him that other banks have a much lower rate and see if he can match the rate. He first told them that he couldn’t match the rate. Then he told them that he was not allowed to give a lower rate because he gives higher rates and one person can’t get a lower rate than the next. Different lenders or brokers handle the mortgage process differently. In the previous example the mortgage person was inflexible when it came to rate. Sometimes banks are like that and brokers have more flexibility. Sometimes a smaller bank can offer the best of both worlds, offering the stability of a bank but the flexibility of a broker. Some clients want quick responses and that is all that is

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

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It boils down to one thing and one thing only: trust.

important, so a busy mortgage lender may not work for them; another person doesn’t mind the team concept and understands that if their mortgage broker is busy, they are most likely successful and therefore want the guarantee of a positive end result, so they will want that relationship. But to me it boils down to one thing and one thing only: trust. Do you trust your mortgage professional in handling your paperwork, structuring your mortgage loan, mitigating problems, dealing with difficulties before they become emergencies? Do you trust them to get the job done and done right? It also helps to like them. To me, if the clients and the professional have that high level of trust, everything else will fall into place. Just make sure the lines of communication remain open and the method of preferred communication is established. The same is true for the attorney. There must be that level of trust that the attorney will protect the borrower’s down payment and look out for their interests throughout the process. Some attorneys are solo practitioners, they pick up their phone all day and night while others are 9–5 only with secretaries and paralegals. Recently I worked with a client who worked at a jail and therefore was not available ever between 9 and 5. She therefore needed an attorney who was available after hours. In my mind, again, it boils down to the same one thing: trust. A buyer must trust their attorney. If they don’t, the transaction and experience will never be smooth and satisfactory. So before choosing any professional in the homebuying venture, see if you trust them, have established a good method of communication with the expected response time and only lastly, as a bonus, do you have to like them!


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Classifieds FOR SALE 2004 CHEVY VENTURE 149,000 Miles, $1,000. CALL/ TEXT (845)694-2718 ’06 GRAND CARAVAN black sxt stow’n’go 126,000 miles, good condition $1,800 call: 347-413-0568 MINI VAN 2004 Honda Odyssey for sale. 137k miles. $2,300. 917-7531144. 2012 HONDA ODYSSEY under 50,000 miles, $14,500 8453646370 DINING ROOM table 6 chairs and China closet 845-535-1428

LEATHER COUCH hardly used $450 .845 327 9136

BEIGE CRIB in new condition 845-5386885

MASTER BEDROOM 48” Traditional (dark brown,) from S&D Furniture for sale for 1K. 4182372@gmail.com

ARMOIRE almost new, selling due to moving, $125 please call or text 845 659 5298

SILVERCROSS STROLLER Surf 2 Special Edition, w/ bassinet and seat almost new. Great price. Call or text 845608-6667

NEW 2 HI-RISER $390 , and used d. R. Table very good condition $ 390 . 845-327-9136

FRIEDRICH 18500 BTU A/C for sale. regular $649 - now $250 text or call 845538-5339

8×10 SUCCAH Wood panels, schach, wood platform and carpet for 8×10 succah 845-538-6885

72" MARBLE TABLE Slightly used. 347-885-4618

FOR SALE 2 Deep stainless Steel sinks, 2 Closet doors 32" Wide, 4 New round gas range grates (small range size) Call 845425-5496

GRACO CAR SEAT carriage almost brand new perfect condition $150 845499-5508

54” MASTER BEDROOM with glass tops mattress and metal box spring used for couple months 845-445-8015 SEFORIM SHRANK in new condition 845-5351428

MASTER BEDROOM Beautiful master bedroom italian furniture set for sale due to moving please contact 347.463.3460

6 D.R. CHAIRS (2 arm) excellent condition. not up-to-date. 845-608-5642

CHILDRENS FURNITURE please call: (845)-352-2131

MAHOGANY TABLE wood oval shape excellent condition $85 call 845-6642100

33" HI-RISER excellent price. please call (845)-352-2131

MASTER BEDROOM About 8 yrs old. Great condition! Call: 918-1753

WHITE WOOD CRIB good condition with 2 mattresses call or text 908 783 4784

MASTER BEDROOM Furniture for sale 845-5351428

MASTER BEDROOM 5pc furniture call or text 845709-3689

SEFORIM SHRANK 4 door in new condition 845538-6885

DINING ROOM CHAIRS 6 chairs. Good condition. 2 armchairs. $300 or best offer. Please call 425-8351.

MASTER BEDROOM SET Almost new. 48" headboards. Armoire, dresser w mirror, & night table. Very reasonable. 845-222-1305

BEIGE CRIB in great condition 845-5386885 CHINA CLOSET in great condition 845-5351428

MASTER BEDROOM SET Selling due to moving. 48" headboards, mirror, dresser, armoir, nightchest. Reasonable priced call/text 8452486739

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GAS RANGE excellent condition 24'" oven for sale. black. any offer!! also black dishwasher giveaway price.347-581-1053 GE TOP LOADER washer dryer. Excellent condition $475 or best offer. 845-826-1994

good condition $100.00. Call 596.0009.

‫רמב"ם פרנקל‬ $280 347-409-3323 2 STROLLERS Uppababy Vista navy 2014 asking $325 obo. Bugaboo Cameleon older model asking $250 obo. both inc. bassinets and accessories.347-581-1053 SHTENDERS please call:845-596-3791

GE GAS OVEN Excellent condition! Black. $275 obo Call: 516-439-0969

DRUM SET mint condition call:845-5963791

TOP LOAD WASHER DRYER in excellent good condition and GE self clean bisque color stove with gray grates 347243-1815

MEDELA PUMP in style, new in the box includes bad and all accessories. $125 please call or text 845-558-8428

WASHING MACHINE Gr8 condition G E washing machine for sale. 3714284

CHARMING CHARLIE gift card $20 value selling for $18. Please call 8454233915

LEITERS FIBERGLASS SUKKAH 4 ft panels in very good condition. Please call 845356-8186 or 845-664-5578.

TWIN STROLLER looking for a used Mountain Buggy twin stroller, perfect cond. Good price or giveaway. Pls call 347.986.6538

MOTIVATIONAL STEPPER Call or text 908 783 4784.

TWIN CARRIAGE Bumbleride, in excellent condition 362-1462

GRACO SNAP & GO with front swivel wheels with graco infant car seat black with grey insert very

WOODEN SUKKAH Approx 7' X 10'. includes bamboo schach, lights, and matching outdoor area rug!


$1100 obo. Call/text 347-5246815 DECORATIVE RUG 5 x 7 Burgundy area rug almost new $50 call 845-6642109 WURLITZER PIANO w/BENCH, brown, all keys work, Near Monsey, reasonable, 845 4257780 COMMERCIAL KITCHEN Top-quality, gently used deli slicer; 18qt crock pot; 10lb deep fryer. Call 499-4894. FRENKEL RAMBAM Selling an unused medium sized set of Frenkel Rambam. $250. 8455873307 POOL EQUIPMENT raised lifeguard chair, inflatable boats. Call 4994894. MOVING SALE 6 drm chairs $500, 8x10 sukka fl $100, quality bdrm lamp $35 LARGE GENERATOR Call 499-4894. 10 GALLON FISH TANK full starter kit $50 347-9776816 NURSING NIGHTGOWN Floral, new $75. Selling for $50. Sz S. Delivery available. 845-538-7161

MUSIC SPEAKER great condition for a great price. It was barely used. For inquiries please call 845425-0115.

plus legal apartment for income. $835,000. Please call 845.587.0273 FOR SALE BY OWNER on Oriole Street in Chestnut Ridge good condition .56 of an acre. Please call 845-2226244

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Classifieds Great price! Call for details… (845) 352-7118 ALMOST NEW 4 room apartment on Blauvelt Rd. Also good for dorm and office. Call 3523217 NICE 4 BDRM apt for rent. Sunny porch. Available for the week of Monday parshas Re'eh. Please call 356-2864 3 ROOM FURNISHED On Remsen Ave. 845.517.8409 TWO BEDROOM in Airmont. 845-352-8489 NEW 3 BEDROOM on North Cole. Please call 845-222-6244 3 BEDROOM 1 Bath + Laundry Rm. Kaufman Ct (Adar/Park Ln area) Walk in. Call/Text 845445-9123 SOUTH MONSEY RENTAL 1 bedroom, perfect for single. Available Sep. 1st. 845-7461888 APARTMENT RENTAL Ronald Dr. Lower level of High Ranch. 2.5 BR 1.5 BA $1500/mo OBO No Parking Call/Text 845-445-9123 BEAUTIFUL APT available for shabbasim, yamim tovim and simchas. Next to halls and shuls. Call 845.263.0611.

3 ROOM in the Remsen/West Maple area. Please call 845-263-2737 NICE 2 BDRM Jacaruso area, private backyard, ideal for chuson kallah, call 845-293-3560 RENOVATED 2 BEDROOM ground level, available now through Monday August 14th. Also available Shabbosim. Linens, amenities provided. 267 226 2820 2 BEDROOM In the Bluefield area please call 845-746-7889 3 BEDROOM In the Bluefield area please call 845-746-7889 2 BEDROOMS 1 flight up, blauvelt and w. Maple, available now. Call 356 2097 LG. APT New 3 bdrm/3 bthrm apt with 9 ft ceilings. No sec 8. call 6464965169 YERUSHALAYIM APT. available august 22-September 4 call 845-4457689 1 BEDROOM APT. In the Sam Law Area, Please text 845 659 9998. LEGAL 4 ROOM on Brewer Rd. Walk in level. Central air. Excellent condition 845-425-6023

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// homes // for rent // dresses & gowns 1 BR FURN APT in central Yerushalayim (Belz)avail from Rosh Chodesh Av-after Succos. W/D, linen/towels incl. 845.352.0705

Central air. $1250+utilities. Call 845-425-6023

WEEKEND RENTAL 4 bedroom house on beautiful property Chestnut Ridge 845-352-0195

SUMMER RENTAL 2 BR apt in Lkwd avail to rent wkly/wknds. Great price! 845-422-2754

FURNISHED 2 rooms, kitchen and 1 bedroom, separate entrance. Call 845 323-0003

LOOKING For small 2 bedroom apt in the Chestnut Ridge area. Please call 845-499-8622.

ELUL RENTAL 3 bedroom, 2 bath furnished apartment available for Rosh Hashana/Yom Kippur & short term. call/text 917.652.2635

FOR RENT Sunrise Drive, beautiful 4 rm apartment. Please call: 845371-4922 or 538-5576.

TANNERSVILLE RENTAL renovated private house available July and August weekly/weekends 6 bedrooms 2 full bath w/d call 845-499-0406 1 BEDROOM furnished (spring valley), Available Sep. 7 (845) 2932232 GET AWAY apartments in New Square for shabbos, please call 845.293.2992 3 BEDROOM Brand new, on North Cole Ave. Please call 845-222-6244 2 BEDROOM legal apartment for rent on Brewer Road. Walk in level.

NEARLY NEW 4 rm apt. For rent in bates area. Please call: 914-341-2974

THREE BEDROOM ground level apartment available in October. Route 59/ Oak Glen neighborhood. Call (845)664-0250 4 BDRM APT. with a porch and backyard for Shabbasim. 845.356.2864 APT FOR RENT/CARLTON new huge 3 bdrm/3 bthrm apt with 9 ft ceilings. appl incl. No sec 8. call 6464965169 2 BDRM APT Near main st, 845-356-8909 SHABBOS RENTAL 3 room apt. with spacious grounds available for shabbos centrally located close to viznitz and satmar. please call 845-608-6830


s 3 BEDROOM APT. on Cedar Lane section 8 approved private entrance please call 845-425-3745 SUMMER RENTAL Spacious 5 BR colonial for rent in New City wkly/wknds 845-608-1036 VACATION RENTAL house in Chestnut Ridge, NY available for Shabbos Rental . 4 bedrooms, Call/text 845290-7040 2 BEDROOM APT new apt. on Dana Rd. Big kitchen, lots of closets, private entrance. Big purch (sukkah) No sec 8. Please call. 845 352-4688 ALMOST NEW 3 room apartment to rent Blauvelt/306 area call 845798-9731 WEEKEND RENTAL concord house 3 floors 7 bedrooms extra large deck call/text for availability 845 548 6478

FOR RENT FOR RENT Large airy room in basement for rent in Bates area. 450 sq. Ft. Cabinets and closets. 845 746 7251 1,000 SQ FT OFFICE SPACE Located on route 59. Previously used as medical office. Please call 646-5983473 LARGE AIRY PLAYROOM in Bates area. 450 sq. Ft. Cabinets and closets. 845 746 7251 STORAGE 1000 square foot pull up straight to garage door great location twin area call 845659-8216

LARGE ROOM 800 sq. ft. room, 12 ft. ceilings, with bathroom. Ground level. Rte 59 and Cherry Lane area. Call: (347)351-0214.

BLACK GOWN size 8. for older sis or young aunt 718 704 4176

GIRLS LIGHT PINK GOWN Size 8. Pictures available. Please call 845-659-5886

SISTER OF BRIDE light color Call 845-570-7789

FULLY LEGAL SHUL in South Monsey perfect for small Yeshiva/playgroup for more info please call 845 596 5183

MATERNITY GOWN beaded Ivory/silver maternity gown call/text 845-213-9050

2 PC GOWN for sister of the bride, very slenderizing, size 16-18 please call 845-263-6404

FREE RETAIL SPACE in a consignment store at 212 Market Street, Nanuet 845608-5967 POOL FOR RENT Beautiful clean pool on Blue Bird Rd beginning Chestnut Ridge by the hour 845-4459201 OFFICE RENTAL Two room office with private entrance and private bathroom on quiet street off college. Pls call 8455876959 OFFICE FOR RENT newly renovated private office space for rent off Highview Rd between college & Spook rock please call 347243-1815 OFFICE/STORAGE approx. 1500sqft, 3 spacious rooms, private entrance, quiet location, full bath. Near GSP/Thruway. $1100. 845445-8162

MIRI'S size 6 for sister of bride $450 worn once 8456416460 GOWNS FOR SALE blue, different patterns and materials. Sizes 2,6,8,10 and 14 Girls. 4262182@gmail.com SISTER OF THE BRIDE light color gowns size 00,0 and childrens gowns size 12, and 18 months Call 845-6424968 SIZE 2 GOWN Call 845 521 0056 for inquiries SISTER OF THE BRIDE Or tnoyim dress Size 4-6, price $750. Call 845-746-7514. B\W WEDDING DRESS size 6 or 8-10 for rent, dressrental3207@gmail.com call 845-425-3207 f CHILDREN'S GOWNS teal & white, sizes 2 - 10. great price call 845-425-1690.

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SIZE 0-2 GOWN Please call or text 347-6936519

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SISTER-OF-THE-BRIDE black, white and gold gown for rent. Size 8/10. Great price! Call:845-521-6185

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Classifieds GOWN Ladies/girls pearl pink elegant gown for sale/rent. Size 8/10 845-213-0978

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and possess excellent communication skills. Email Resume to cdezorett@ allprohc.com or fax to 845205-4179. F/T SECRETARIAL POSITION in a heimishe Spring Valley office. Basic computer and good phone skills a must. Must be fluent in Yiddish and English. Knowledge of graphics or InDesign a plus. officeposition10977@gmail. com 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

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// help wanted Please email resume to Bctlist@gmail.com or fax to 845-363-0900 OFFICE ADMINISTRATOR Passaic NJ - Established food production business looking to hire office administrator. Email resume to: cliftonjobapp@gmail.com JCI INSURANCE is looking to hire a dedicated and hard-working girl for F/T with office experience well paid job send resume to jacob@jciins.com POSITIONS AVAILABLE womens only office, seeking high school graduates. Please call 917-886-4873 or email resume to: elky.mdbs@gmail. com RETAIL STORE with online sales (e-commerce), is looking for a full-time Girl/Lady .Must speak English well good phone & computer skills. Available Aug. 15 Please email to 6252946@gmail.com SECRETARY POSITION Cheder looking for afternoon secretary. Computer savvy, organized, good people skills. Email resume to hr@ chedermonsey.org 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.

OFFICE JOB Looking for a part time employee, must be detail oriented, phone skills - excel email greatjobinmonsey@ gmail.com MAKE A DIFFERENCE Do you have great phone skills? Some time to fill with something meaningful? Become a volunteer for Bnos Melochim and feel the difference! Call 845-4259222 GR8 OPPORTUNITY for ambitious capable male to manage a store (medical related)isrealsuits@yahoo. com WAREHOUSE JOB Looking to hire a responsible person for a full time warehouse job, must have drivers licence with good record. (845)800-3573 GRAPHIC ARTIST School seeks creative and capable girl for graphic artist position. Knowledge of Adobe Indesign and Photoshop,necessary. Email resume to 44camphillroad@ thejnet.com or fax 845.354.6682 DELI looking for a responsible worker for night hours and Fridays. Please call 845-3529008. x102. BUSY RESTAURANT looking for a full-time experienced assistant manager please


send your resume to CraveCafeMonsey@gmail. com WOMENS FASHION BOUTIQUE seeking sales help. Part time , Sundays a must. Please send your resume to greentagboutique@gmail. com 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 MONSEY CHEDER looking for female preschool teacher. please email 9143746@gmail.com or call 914-200-3746 CHEDER IN MONSEY looking for a female preschool assistant 845-6415125 SPECIAL ED POSITIONS East Ramapo's Bilingual Yiddish Classes are seeking qualified aides and assistants. fax resume to 5776059 att Tamar Walker or call 577-6160 ext 5209 SEEKING SHADOW for a 6 year old boy in Cheder D'Monsey. Please call 732908-0498. CHEDER seeking an English teacher for the coming school year (male or female) please call 845-418-3232 SHADOW WANTED for Limudei Kokesh for a 12 year old boy for the school year. Please call. 845 213 9736 LOOKING TO HIRE a bocher or a girl to visit and play games with a special needs boy on Shabbos in the

South Monsey area. 845-2139736

Job

ASSISTANTS WANTED Monsey Bais Yaakov seeks young, energetic, capable girls for teacher SEEKING COMHAB/RESPITE WORKERS: STARS HIRING NOW: • STARS Hiring Now!!! The STARS program is now hiring assistants. Email resume to Looking for a male comhab worker to be a ‘frie The STARS program is now hiring 12th Grade (age 12th Grade (age 18+) or post-seminary girls to work with our 44camphillroad@thejnet. 18+) or post-seminary girls to work with our young a high functioning teenager every day between 3 young adult students 6:00-9:00 p.m. in the evening, 1-2 times a com or fax 354.6682 pm. Flexible about schedule.

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adult students 6:00-9:00 p.m. in the evening, 1-2exciting times a educational and therapeutic week, as they enjoy Looking for a male worker week, as they enjoy excitingactivities educational and therapeutic and outings. Enjoy a fun work environment and to help a young ma PRESCHOOL POSITIONS a slight physical disability every morning from activities and outings. Enjoy a fun work environment gratifying work as you positively impact lives- plus, great pay! Full time positions available and evenings from 6-9PM. and gratifying work as you positively impact lives— Driver’s license required. For more information, please call to assist in preschool plus, great pay! Driver’s license required. Looking for a female worker to accomp 845-746-7254. classrooms. PleaseFor email physically disabled young girl every Sunday to a more information, please call 845-746-7254. resume to fbessler@ • Men’s Day Hab. Hamaspik is looking to hire a Yingerman to appointment in Brooklyn. darcheinoam.orgGIRLS or callDAY 917- HAB OPPORTUNITY: work in our Day Hab. Includes a competitive package. Looking for abenefit fun-loving girl that wants to work Join our Fabulous team of staff who make a 439-9670. Fax resume to 845-425-3044. disabled young woman. Former camp simch difference. Driver’s license preferred. Please Contact: • Comm Hab Opportunities: counselor preferred. Weekends and possibly ever Esty Schonfeld ASSISTANT TEACHERS Looking for an experienced mature woman to P :845-425-5011 E: Eschonfeld@hamaspikrockland.org - Looking for female to take a teenage girl to the gym every YSV seeks assistant teachers new mother with newborn care and light housek afternoon and on recreational outings on Sundays. Must drive SUNDAY RESPITE PROGRAM: for afternoon hours. and have a car. If interested please call: 503-0240. Looking for a girl to take out a young boy fro Excellent opportunity to Hamaspik is currently hiring high school forstudent our square - Looking for a girls college to work with a young boy on Monday, Wednesdaya and Friday afternoo A rewarding andthe fun-filled train with femaleSunday master Respite Program few hours during day. Please Looking call 845-503-0219 email to work with a ve for a femaleorworker teachers. Resumeexperience. & Good Pay. Ifeeger@hamaspikrockland.org. interested, please email to functioning teenager on weekends. Francis area references to 356-8551 or Respitegirls@hamaspikrockland.org orfor calla 845-425-3421 - Looking middle-aged worker to work for an 18 year old Looking for girl to take out a young girl with tbayer@yeshivaspringvalley. and leave a detail message high-functioning young lady. Must have a car. Evening and/or medical issues on Sundays. Individual shoul org. g-tube experience or willing to train. PACE OPPORTUNITY: Sundays. Please call 845-503-0229. to teach piano/keyboard to a sweet, Looking for a woman/girl-Looking to help a for lowsomeone functioning 5 Looking for a worker to take out a young boy high-functioning girl with special needs. ASST WANTED year old girl, every evening,enjoyable from about 8:00-10:00 P.M.teenaged square on Shabbos. Individual is available to be taught on Sunday, Friday or heimishe girls school looking Job also involves some light housework. Please call 845- Please contact our Comhab Coordinator at 84 evenings after 6:00 p.m. Pay will be through Hamaspik. Please for asst preschool503-0214. teacher fax 0240 or email tmermelstein@hamaspikrockla call Bruchy at: 845-503-0242. resume to 8453560711

PRINCIPALS ASST heimishe girls school looking for principals asst. assist in discipline, organization some computer skills necessary. Fax resume to 8453560711 TEACHER WANTED Chasidishe Cheder in Monsey looking for experienced (male) English teachers. Extremely well paid. Also looking for (male) Title 1 Mentors please call 845 587 2123 AFTERNOON ASSISTANT For kindergarten needed. Experience preferred. Enjoyable atmosphere. 12:15 3:00. Please call 845 659 0645 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

ENGLISH TEACHER Cheder Chabad of Monsey seeks capable, English teacher for 5th grade for the coming school year. Competitive pay. Email resume to hr@ chedermonsey.org. H.S. MATH TEACHER Bais Yaakov High School looking for experienced 9th grade Algebra / CC instructor.Call (845)6640250 6TH GRADE ENGLISH TEACHER Heimishe girls school for the upcoming school year. Pls call 8452882944 MONSEY CHEDER with a very well-run English program is looking for an 8th and 7th Grade teacher

The right candidate can fill both positions. Email to rzeiger73@gmail.com COMPUTER TEACHER A Bais Yaakov H.S. is looking for a qualified experienced teacher two days a week for all Computer Subjects including Excel, Quickbooks and graphics courses. Call (845)664-0250 CHEDER IN MONSEY seeks TEACHERS for its general studies department. EXCELLENT PAY. Email resume to boyscheder. generalstudies@gmail.com or text 718-290-7306. LOOKING FOR BABYSITTER in my house (Bates) MonThurs 3:00-4:15. Good Pay. Starting September 504-0999

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warm and experienced babysitter, available to babysit night hours in your home. references available. please call 845.499.9272 BABYSITTER experienced and caring babysitter on decatur is now accepting for Sept. Limited slots available. L Katz call 8453646422 AFTERNOON BABYSITTER Looking for a babysitter to watch 3 kids in my house from 3:00 to 5:15. Call 845321-0641. MOTHERS HELPER wanted in the Glen Hill area 4:00 - 6:00 please call 845352-0066 SEEKING BABYSITTER in my home, 3-5:30 MonThurs. Starting Sept. '17 Albert area 845 352 2710 SEEKING BABYSITTER in my home from 9-5 OR 3-5 daily starting September. Excellent compensationplease call or text 845-5588428

PLAYGROUPS PLAYGROUP 2017 For 18-24 month old. Center of Monsey, spacious facility, lunch included. Many years experience. Extended hours available. Tamara 845.425.1456. BABY KIDDIE GROUP Baby Kiddie group ages 14-23 months. Warm and stimulating atmosphere, located off Old Nyack Turnpike. Extended hours available. Call 845.500.2560

EXCITING new 2 yr old play group.Part time 9:45-1:45, 3 days a week. Please call 845 521-2278 KIDDIE GROUP For 2-2 1/2 year old. Spacious facility. Lunch included. Teacher with many years of experience. Call 845-4264608 ELLUL /TISHREI PLAYGROUP for boys going into cheder after y"t. Few slots left. Daina area. Call 356-3637 IN BETWEEN CAMP For girls ages 3-8, Aug 21-Sept 1. 9:30-2:30 with extended hours. By the week or per day. Located on Regina Road. Please call Mrs. E. Karmel 845.352.5253.

BABYSITTING EXPERIENCED BABYSITTER Babysitting group on West Side Avenue, private park, big playroom, a few more slots available. Ages 18-24 months. Starting July 1st 845.362.2599 or 845.499.6473. BABYSITTER AVAILABLE on Francis Place. Also taking Sunday drop-ins. Summer Hours available as well, with

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SERVICES DOULA SERVICES Breathe easy with Estee Salczer CD(DONA) at your side! Call or text (917)2803707 email doulawithu@ gmail.com Receive your complimentary gift! CHILDBIRTH EDUCATION CLASSES To join the next class please call 845-426-0931. Tzippy Tauber CD (DONA) Certified Birth Doula FLASH PHOTOGRAPHY Outdoor Photography at $75 for 30 min photo shoot. Call 845-263-4419 (Ask about photo shoots in your bungalow colony) PHOTOGRAPHER Book your trip to the park with a professional portrait photographer. Outdoors, tenoyims, upsherins. Malky Lefkowitz: 845-664-5732 pixelleny@gmail.com Instagram: @Pixellepics COMPUTER HELP?? One stop computer assistance! Set up new computers, restore deleted/ lost files from computers, SD cards, cameras, & thumb drives. 845-293-2667

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tting // services // odds & ends For more information call\ text 845-826-4348 SPEAKERS TO RENT for all your Simches & more, We also have a mp3 system. call 845.579.5467 COTTON CANDY RENTAL 845-694-7296 SUMMER WITHOUT MOSQUITOES Effective, compact devices to prevent and get rid of bites. Quality European products. 845.425.5091 SHRINK ART MAGIC Creatively design a project and watch it shrink. Relaxed Fun for everyone, Groups welcome. App. Avail. 929 238 5487 TEETHING, DROOLING, crying baby? Healing stones necklace soothes, relieves teething pain. Miraculous, traditional, European remedy definitely worth a try. 845.425.5091 POOL FOR RENT Fully enclosed pool for rent in Chestnut Ridge. Call 845671-2390 GLUTEN FREE Guilt Free....Gluten Free wholesome baked goodies!! All natural ingredients. Sugar free upon request. Call 646-246-6280 to place your FERMENTED FOODS Kosher kimchi! A great source of probiotics that helps fight infection and great aid in digestion. Also delicious side dish. Call 646-246-6280 HAND KNITTED GARTLECH We fix hand knitted Gartlech & make Professional Fringes. Please call: 917-414-3281 MATH TUTORING Regents/GED/TASC/SAT/ ACT Common Core, Algebra,

Geometry, Trigonometry, Precalculus, Calculus, Physics ALL Grades/Levels. call: 845-445-8003 TUTOR AVAILABLE for your elementary school child for Limudei Kodesh and Limudei Chol. Please Call: 845-352-1016

Hamaspik

CLIP THE NUMBER Att teachers and principals: excellent experienced substitute is now scheduling for the upcoming year. Limited dates left, don’t delay. Call 845.263.0611

Job

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 a caring nurse to fill a full time adult students 6:00-9:00 p.m. in the evening, 1-2 times a DRUM LESSONS BY position. Great opportunity! Full SHMUEL week, KLAVER as they enjoy exciting educational and therapeutic Monsey’s most experienced benefits included. Shomer Shabbos drum activities and outings. Enjoy a fun work environment instructor. Lessons ($45 & up) given and in your home or gratifying work you positively impact Pleaseas email your resume to lives— my studio, to boys or girls ages 10-adult, beginners careers@hamaspikrockland.org plus, great pay! Driver’s license required. , to professional. Call (845) 459-9935 fax tocall 845-503-1227. For more information, or please 845-746-7254. MUSIC LESSONS Give your daughter the gift of music at a very reasonable price! References available. Call Yitty @ 845-426-7561 after 4:30 pm

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SUNDAY RESPITE PROGRAM: ODDS AND ENDS

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Hamaspik is currently hiring high school girls for our ATTENTION Sunday Respite Program WANTED and fun-filled if you are interested to A rewarding Coatracks Lshem Mitzva for join the Life and Health a school uniform Gmach. experience. Good If interested, please email to InsurancePay. business New 845-222-1305 York Life Monsey office will Respitegirls@hamaspikrockland.org or call 845-425-3421 host classes for the Life and Health Insurance Licensing LOOKING and leave a detail message in Yiddish. For Men midfor a ride to Passaic monWASH AND SET CERTIFIED PERSONAL YOGA INSTRUCTOR Are you going in circles trying to maintain weight/ gain health? Special introductory rate: 845-7099417

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PACE OPPORTUNITY:

thurs @ around 12 And back to monsey @ about 4-4:30. 8452386691

Looking for a woman/girl to helpWANTED a lowLSHEM functioning 5 MITZVA someone to take over a school P.M. year old girl, every evening, from about 8:00-10:00 uniform Gmach. Need garage space or basement. 845-222Job also involves some light housework. Please call 8451305 503-0214.

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Classifieds I SCRATCHED YOUR CAR in Bas Mikroh parking lot the night of eighth grade play. Please call 845-393-4443. SHUIR WANTED Looking for someone to give a shuir in my home for women Call 347-977-6816 JOIN US! REBBITZEN VITAL KALMANOVITCH will give shiur on thePower Of Positive Thinking. This thursday August 3rd. @ 12 South Monsey rd, corner of lee in south monsey at 10:30 AM. For information or rides please call michelle 845-2139736 CONFIDENTIAL FREE teleconference for women dealing with OCD issues moderated by expert in the field. For more info contact 3236980 SIGN UP to receive a daily shmiras halushon lesson by text. Text "subscribe" to 845-244-0120. LECHU V'NELCHA Weekly shiur for post seminary girls. Alternating speakers. Wednesdays 9pm 225 Maple Avenue. Infoline for details 718-480-0586.

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 and portable players for sick and homebound adults and children.425-2660 mailbox #1

ROOF CARRIERS GEMACH 845-274-5284. Monroe: 845662-7102. MECHITZA'S 30 feet - 4 six foot tables stands and bus-boxes $30 Donation call 845-445-8015 or email Mitzvah1@gmail. com GPS GEMACH. Call 845-352-2588 HEADACHES / SENSITIVITIES Sensible approach you may not be informed about. 845445-0435 SHOE GEMACH All sizes, white kalllah shoes. Proceeds go to tzedakah. Call\Text 845-200-0211 TOY GEMACH Keep all the children busy by your simchas with tons of lego and clicks. Call Sussman @ 845-578-6513 PIDYON HABEN zichron elimelech coins,silver tray, lace box, outfit 347-8224018 908-307-6260 PORTABLE PROJECTOR See your pictures/films on the wall! USB/SD/PC Call 406-3791 BECHER GEMACH Use real bechers from our free-loan gemach. Better for your pocket, and halachically. 845-377KOS1(5671) KosYeshuos@ gmail.com SIDDUR GEMACH Sfard: Friedman 845-6087830 Ashkenaz: Shulman845 352 1756 or 845-826-6718 MOVING BOXES GEMACH Cardboard Boxes for Moving 845-425-6826 or 845-6087830

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// odds & ends // gemachim // lost & f BRIS GEMACH outfit and pillow. Located on Rt. 306 can also be picked up on Secor st. ‫לע"נ ר' חיים זאנוויל‬ 845.352.3013 ‫בן ר' משה‬ TABLECLOTH Call: (845) 371 2105

LOST Red camera on bus 59 or on 59 last week please call 406-3791 Blk. Camera at Haverstraw/ Ossining ferry landing parking lot 608-7281

FOUND Tefillin in Ringwood State Park with the name Einhorn on it. 973.962.7031 blue wristlet with money in Atrium parking lot. cell 845263-5513 snow suit Light pink next to viznitz cheder. Please call 356-2864

FREE GIVEAWAYS Used Milchige and Fleishige Corelle set to give away. ,Call 371-6924 Refrigerator Parts of a whirlpool gold top fridge bottom freezer. Please call: 323 7513 Machzorim: 28 new sets of Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur Machzorim - Nisuch Ashkenaz Please call 845425-1213 between 7:30 pm - 9:30 p.m Milchig toaster Vegetable Slicer, Rubber ice cube tray,Odds and ends call 347977-6816 Medela pump in style advanced double pump without parts. Please call/text 274-6535

seeking donations gowns in good condition. Will benefit many ladies. call or text- 845694-9201

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‫סעודת הודאה מוצש"ק נחמו בחצר הקודש סקולען‬


‫גייסטרייכע באזוך דורך הנהלת מפעל "מקוה טהרה" אין‬ ‫פראנקרייך‪ ,‬וואו עס ווערט געבויעט א נייע מקוה טהרה‬

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‫‪PHOTO CREDIT: JDN‬‬

‫מנהלי המוסדות פון גרעיטער ניו יארק ביי א קאנפערענס‬ ‫אין ישיבה ספרינג וואלי‬


‫בס״ד‬

‫הקשר‬

‫עם כ״ק מרן אדמו״ר‬

‫הקוה״ט מסקולען זצוקלל״ה‬

‫ביומא דהילולא קדישא‬

‫זמן קהלה לכל‬ ‫בהאי שעתא נתאסף כולנו יחד‪ ,‬כל הקהל‬ ‫הקודש הזה לחזור ולשנן את משנתו הטהורה‪,‬‬ ‫להתחזק ולהתדבק בדרכיו הטהורים‬

‫ולחזק את פעולות צדיק לחיים‬

‫מוסדות חסד לאברהם‬ ‫ה‬

‫אשר מסר נפשו על זה כל הימים‬ ‫עדי זיבולא בתרייתא‬

‫יק!‬

‫בארה"ק‬

‫תק‬

‫ד‬

‫תצ‬ ‫ש‬ ‫ר‬ ‫ור ש‬ ‫ו‬ ‫ת‬ ‫ינו ‪ -‬החזקת מ‬

‫מי לה' ‡לי‬ ‫מעמד התקשרות‬

‫החזקת מורשת צדיק!‬

‫מוס„ו˙ חס„ ל‡בר‪‰‬ם‬ ‫ו˘‬

‫י‬

‫לי‬

‫‪ı‬‬

‫ר‬

‫בע‬

‫"ז י‬ ‫ועי‬

‫„ י נו‬

‫בארה״ק‬

‫כולנו! סעודת הילולא רבתי • בראשות כ״ק מרן אדמו״ר שליט״א‬

‫יום א׳ שופטים • באולם עטרת חי׳ שרה • מאנסי‬ ‫‪August 9, 2017 / THE MONSEY VIEW / 153‬‬ ‫‪www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484‬‬


‫קביעת מזוזה וחנוכת בית העסק החדש‬ ‫של ידידינו ר' דוב פישר על ידי הג"ר‬ ‫יהודה וייסלר רב הראשי של סיביר‬

‫האדמו"ר מקאמאדא בעריכת‬ ‫השולחן לרגל הילולת האר"י הקדוש‬

‫הרה"צ ר' אהרן מענדל טווערסקי בן האדמו"ר מסקווירא‬ ‫בכותל המערבי‬

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‫‪PHOTO CREDIT: JDN‬‬

‫שמחת האירוסין בבית סקווירא‪-‬זוויעהל‪-‬קערעסטיר‪-‬תוא"י‬


‫בעזהשי״ת אדון כל‬

‫צח ישראלס•דילשאובערות ישר‬ ‫א‬ ‫ל‬ ‫קהל נ מוסדובנתשיאחות כ״ק מרן אדמו״רהשםליטבארה״ סק‬ ‫ו‬ ‫ל‬ ‫״א ק ען‬ ‫תאו ואתכנשו להילולא דרבי‬ ‫הננו בזה להודיע לכל הקהל הקודש ואנ״ש במקומות מושבותיהם שיחי’ אשר בעז״ה‬

‫לקראת ההילולא קדישא של‬ ‫כ״ק מרן רבינו הקוה״ט זצוק״ל מ׳סקולען‬ ‫תערך בעז״ה ברוב פאר והדר במקהלות קהל ועדה‬

‫סעודת הילולא רבתי‬ ‫וסיום הש״ס‬ ‫ביחד עם‬

‫מעמד התקשרות‬ ‫להתקשר עם הצדיק ביומא דהילולא‬ ‫ע"י החזקת מורשתו הקדושה‪ ,‬מבצרי הצלה הרוחניים‬

‫מוסדות חסד לאברהם בארה''ק‬

‫שופטים‬ ‫פרשת‬ ‫א’‬ ‫יום‬ ‫אול״י ערב ר״ח אלול תשע״ז‬

‫בר‬

‫ש‬ ‫ו‬ ‫ת‬ ‫ש כ‬

‫בעיר מאנסי יצ״ו אשר שם‬ ‫חלקת מחוקק ספון‬

‫יערוך של״חק מרן א‬

‫דמו״ר‬

‫של‬

‫״א‬

‫א‬

‫באולם עטרת חי׳ שרה‬

‫יט‬

‫שא‬ ‫קדי‬ ‫א‬

‫א דהילול פים‬ ‫ויר‬ ‫שתת‬ ‫מ‬ ‫נו הט‬ ‫עיף מברכות הור ליו ל כל המ‬ ‫יו הטהורות ע‬ ‫יעמוד לנו‬ ‫ועי״ז יושר יליץ‬ ‫ולזרעינו עד‬ ‫בעדינו וזכותו‬ ‫עולם‬ ‫הגדול‬

‫מי לה' ‡לי‬ ‫מעמד התקשרות‬

‫החזקת מורשת צדיק!‬

‫מוס„ו˙ חס„ ל‡בר‪‰‬ם‬ ‫ו˘‬

‫י‬

‫לי‬

‫‪ı‬‬

‫ר‬

‫בע‬

‫"ז י‬ ‫ועי‬

‫„ י נו‬

‫בארה״ק‬

‫יתר הּפרטים‪,‬‬ ‫בקרב הימים‬

‫הנהלת הקהלה ‪ -‬ועד המסדר‬


‫וואלונטירן פאררעכטן דעם עירוב פאר תושבי עירמאנט‬

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‫‪PHOTO CREDIT: JDN‬‬

‫אסיפת 'והייתם נקיים' פארגאנגענע וואך אין אטריום פלאזא‬


‫מזל טוב!‬ ‫בלב מלא שמחה הננו בזה לברך ברכת מזל טוב לחברינו היקר‪,‬‬ ‫אהוב על כל יודעיו ומכיריו‪ ,‬נוח לשמים ולבריות‪,‬‬ ‫מוכתר במדות מזוהבות‪ ,‬הבחור החתן כמר‬

‫העשיל‬ ‫דאנציגער‬ ‫ני"ו‬

‫בן מוהר"ר אלעזר הי"ו‬ ‫לרגל שמחת אירוסיו בשעטו"מ‬ ‫עב"ג הכלה המהוללה‬

‫בת מוהר"ר‬ ‫יעקב יוסף לונגער הי"ו‬

‫אב"י לאס אנדזשעלעס‬

‫ויה"ר שהזיווג יעלה יפה‪ ,‬ויהא קשר של קיימא ובנין עדי עד‪,‬‬ ‫ויזכו לבנות בית נאמן בישראל לתפארת ישראל‪,‬‬ ‫עדי נזכה לביאת גוא"צ בב"א‪.‬‬

‫וואונטשן דיינע חברים‬


‫מסיבה פאר תומכי מוסדות סאטמאר מאנסי‬

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‫‪PHOTO CREDIT: JDN‬‬

‫עסקנים און ערוועלטע באאמטע ביים עפענונג פון מעדרייט‬


‫השיר והשבח‬

‫בלב מלא שבח אחרי אסיפה הגדולה הנשגבה “אסיפת והייתם נקיים”‬ ‫שהתקיימה בעז”ה יום ג’ לסדר אלה הדברים‪ ,‬באולם אטריום פלאזא‬ ‫לכל תושבי מאנסי והגלילות הע”י בהצלחה מרובה למעלה מן המשוער‪,‬‬ ‫חובה עלינו להודות ולהכיר טובה לכל העוסקים בצרכי ציבור שנתנו מעידיהן וכוחיהן‪,‬‬ ‫יומם ולילה לא ישבותו‪ ,‬להצלחת המעמד‬

‫‪Special Thanks & Appreciation‬‬

‫בראש וראשון העסקן הנמרץ ויו”ר האסיפה‬

‫הרב נפתלי זילבערבערג‪ ,‬הי”ו‬

‫הרה”ג רבי אפרים וואקסמאן שליט”א‪,‬‬

‫‪to our esteemed public officials who‬‬ ‫‪dedicated their time, effort, and compassion‬‬ ‫‪to attend and address the historic‬‬ ‫‪community event Tuesday, July 25th, ‘17‬‬

‫שהשתתף בהמעמד ונשא מדברותיו הנעימים‬

‫‪The Hon. Thomas Zugibe‬‬

‫הרב פייבל מאשינסקי הי”ו‪,‬‬

‫‪Stephen Hamilton‬‬

‫שניהל את המעמד במיטב כשרונותיו בטוטו”ד‬ ‫ובכבוד התורה נברך אל מול‬ ‫ר”י מאור יצחק ‪ -‬מאנסי‬

‫מנהל קופת עזרה ד’מאנסי‬

‫שנשא דברים קולעים על השערה האיך להעמיד‬ ‫את עצמו בדרך הטובה והישרה‬

‫ר'‬

‫‪Rockland County District Attorney‬‬

‫‪Supervisor, Special Investigation Unit,‬‬ ‫‪Rockland County Dept. of Social Services‬‬

‫‪Itamar J. Yeger‬‬

‫יוחנן פליישמאן וואס האט אויסגעשטעלט‬ ‫די זאל שסידרו כל המעמד‪ ,‬מהחל עד כלה‪,‬‬ ‫על צד היותר טוב הכל על מכונו כראוי‬

‫“חברים” ד’מאנסי‬

‫שסידרו הפארקינג משך כל המעמד‪ ,‬על צד היותר טוב‬

‫‪Executive Assistant District Attorney‬‬

‫‪Richard Moran‬‬

‫‪Executive Assistant District Attorney‬‬

‫‪Steven Yurowitz‬‬

‫‪Defense Attorney, Newman & Greenberg LLP‬‬

‫אחרון אחרון חביבים‪ ,‬כולם אהובים וכולם ברורים‪ ,‬אלופי אלפי ישראל המשתתפים היקרים‪,‬‬ ‫תושבי עיר מאנסי והגלילות יע”א‪ ,‬שנטלו מזמנם בעדם ובעד ביתם‪,‬‬ ‫לבוא להשתתף בהאסיפה הנחוצה‪ ,‬שבזה נטלו חלק גדול בקידוש ד’ והתועלת שיצא מאסיפה זו‪.‬‬ ‫החותמים ברגשי הכרת הטוב‬

‫ישראל משה שפיצער‬ ‫ווילעדזש אוו ניו סקווער‬

‫בערל ראזענפעלד‬ ‫ווילעדזש אוו כתר‬

‫הערשל הורוויץ‬

‫קאמיוניטי אוטריטש סענטער‬


‫‪PHOTO CREDIT: JDN‬‬

‫תשעה באב בחצרות הקודש‬

‫סאטמאר מאנסי‬

‫קאשוי‬

‫שינאווע‬

‫ניקלשבורג‬

‫שינאווע‬

‫סאטמאר‬

‫צאנז‬

‫בביהמ"ד בית מרדכי‬

‫הגה"צ ר' מרדכי שטיינער‬

‫טאהש‬

‫באבוב ‪45‬‬

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‫תשעה באב בחצרות הקודש‬

‫בית חיים יושע‬

‫בעלזא‬

‫גאב"ד ירושלים‬

‫באבוב‬

‫הגר"ח קנייבסקי‬

‫הגרי"מ מארגענשטערן‬

‫קארלסבורג‬

‫קאמאדא‬

‫תולדות אברהם יצחק‬

‫מונקאטש‬

‫ניקלשבורג וואדבוירן‬

‫פאפא‬

‫סקולען‬

‫סטאניסלאוו‬

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