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FREE ISSUE 119 OCTOBER 18, 2017

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Contents

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Inbox

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Health

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Parsha

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GymPros

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Week in Review

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Food

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Pearls of Wisdom

R. ITZKOWITZ

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It’s a Meal!

THE MONSEY VIEW

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Hosting Little Guests

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12 Must-Haves

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A Privileged Occupation

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Expanding Communities

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FYI

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Talent Show

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Fun Page

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Comics

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Real Estate

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WELCOMING THE NEW BABY MEALS FOR THE MOMMY

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I know I’m writing a bit too late, as this should have been addressed before Simchas Torah, but now that I’m dealing with the effects of the bagloads of candy that my kids amassed in shul on yom tov, I’d like to make a suggestion for the future. Perhaps it’s time for all those who are distributing all that junk to think of different incentives for the kids. There are plenty of little prizes that cost just a few cents apiece which are not muktzah that have all the value for the kids without loading them up with sugar, food coloring and all that bad stuff. There are also snacks and different foods that can substitute the real junk. As you generously throw the pounds and pounds of candy, please think about the children who are going to be collecting, hoarding and ingesting all that. It’s really not good for their teeth, their health and their minds. Hoping for Future Change

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There have recently been a number of letters and articles regarding Lyme disease in many frum publications. This has been very helpful in raising awareness of the disease and its prevention. While this is a very important and positive step, I feel compelled to write yet another letter in order to dispel a lot of ignorance and misinformation about the subject. First of all, the term “Lyme disease” is very misleading, because it only addresses one of the many infections that are usually present in most victims of this dreaded and debilitating illness. There are many coinfections that can accompany Lyme disease, as they are also tick-borne in nature. This is why many people remain suffering from “chronic Lyme disease” even after conventional treatment of antibiotics. Some of the coinfections, such as Bartonella, which can

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RE: GETTING AROUND TOWN (ISSUE #116) In response to getting around Monsey, I agree with the person who wrote about the TOR bus being a great solution. I am wondering if any of your readers have the email address for the Department of Transportation, so we can write to them. I hope they can add the route from Saddle River Road to Pine Brook Road. It would be so convenient for the Chestnut Ridge residents. Thank you for your wonderful magazine. E.R.

TEHILLIM UPDATE About a year ago, there was a car accident in which two Traveling Chassidim got hurt. We were asked to say Tehillim, and I am still davening for them. Does anyone have an update? On this note, it is always a good idea to update those who were asked to say Tehillim for a specific person, and also to keep a list of who gave you a name to daven for so you can go back to that person for an update. Wishing refuos and yeshuos for everyone. B. Klein EDITORS’ BULLETIN: In our Sukkos Excursions section, there was an error in the pricing listed under Gravity Vault. Please accept our apologies for any inconveniences it may have caused. Please call in for correct pricing information and for the necessary reservations.

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BY NOW, YOU HAVE probably seen the TAP logo on many everyday food items in the grocery store. Chuster Pretzels, Sunrise Popcorn, Mehadrin Yobar, and the famous Grab1 bars are all products that have recently received TAP (Tanya Approved Product) certification. So what does becoming TAP-certified entail? How does a company go about receiving our approval? When a company approaches us for TAP certification, there is usually financial consideration. Companies have become aware that a significant percentage of their consumers are health- and weight-conscious, and of that base, many are following Nutrition by Tanya’s balanced, normal approach to eating. Even people who are not direct clients of ours are familiar with our logo and know that it is synonymous not only with health, but with weight loss. So obtaining TAP certification means that when a nutrition-conscious consumer goes shopping, the TAP-certified item becomes a natural choice. The process for the company is uncomplicated. In short, a company interested in obtaining TAP certification will send us a product’s lab analysis so that we have evidence of accurate nutrition information. Some companies’ products already fit our guidelines, so the process is amazingly simple. Other companies need to tweak their product by reducing the fat content or replacing the sweetener and so on. Assuming the lab report meets our guidelines, we can approve the product. There is a fee involved in using our branded logo, and a contract is

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Noach

By Malka Schneps

SHLOIMY AND DEVORAH HALPERN raised their first four children with a healthy balance of love and discipline. They both took their roles as parents very seriously, and they followed the advice of their own parents as well as parenting experts via shiurim, books and articles. They showered their children with love and maintained a joyful atmosphere at home, but at the same time they established clear rules and boundaries, which they strictly enforced. Their children understood that “no” meant “no.” Then they had little Moishele. Moishy added a completely new dimension to the Halpern household. With his impish grin and twinkling eyes, Moishy managed to turn many a “no” into a “yes.” If the Halperns instructed the children not to take any more candy, little Moishy would grab a piece and run off squealing with laughter and delight. When they would try to discipline him, his sweet, dimpled smile and joyful giggles would melt them. And when he asked for something, he would turn on the charm, and it was nearly impossible to deny him. Yes, Moishy was born with a large measure of chein, and this chein enabled him to sidestep the Halpern family’s otherwise orderly system of discipline on more occasions than they would care to admit. The Gemara (Sanhedrin 108) states that Noach was not saved from the Mabul because he was a tzaddik. Rather, he was saved because he found chein in Hashem’s eyes, as it is written: “V’Noach matza chein b’einei Hashem — But Noach found favor in the eyes of Hashem.” (Bereishis 6:8) Similarly, R’ Elimelech Biderman, shlit”a, quotes the Ohr HaChaim HaKadosh that Noach’s tzidkus could not have saved him, because Hashem was not looking to punish resha’im, but to destroy the entire world and start over with a new creation. Rather, Noach and his family were saved because of Noach’s chein in Hashem’s eyes. Indeed, the word chein is formed by reversing the letters of the name Noach. R’ Biderman explains: “When someone has chein, people naturally desire to do their will. Keviyachol, when one finds chein in Hashem’s eyes, Hashem will also do favors for them, even beyond the standard rules of the world.” How can we find chein in Hashem’s eyes? R’ Biderman brings several sources that show us how.

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First he quotes the Chareidim (9:42) that Noach found chein in Hashem’s eyes because he was always noach — tranquil and serene, never displaying anger. By accepting even the most challenging nisyonos with tranquility, a person who is always serene demonstrates that he realizes everything in his life has been decreed by Hashem and is exactly as it should be. A person who acts with peaceful tranquility in every situation attains chein in Hashem’s eyes. R’ Biderman also cites the Sfas Emes and the Kedushas Levi that another way to attain chein in Hashem’s eyes is by overcoming the yetzer hara. Noach brought a beautiful fragrance to Hashem with his korbanos, leading Hashem to declare, “I will no longer curse the earth because of man, for the yetzer of man’s heart is ra from his youth, and I will no longer smite all living things as I have done.” (Bereishis 8:21) It is never easy to battle the yetzer hara, but keeping in mind the chein we can garner in Hashem’s eyes by succeeding could be just the motivation we need to win the battle. Rav Chaim Shmulevitz, zt”l, brings yet another way to acquire chein in Hashem’s eyes (Sichos Mussar, Ma’amar 4). It says in Mishlei, “V’la’anavim yiten chein — but [if he goes] to the humble, he evokes chein.” (Mishlei 3:34) Likewise, the Gemara (Avodah Zarah 6a) explains the word, “Noach ish tzaddik tamim” (Bereishis 6:9) to mean that Noach was complete in his actions, which Rashi says means that he was humble. Rav Shmulevitz explains that humility brings chein and the special protection that comes along with it. There are times in life when we may find ourselves up against an obstacle we seemingly cannot overcome, r”l. Whether it be an illness in the family, financial hardship, struggles in shidduchim or fertility, or any other nisayon, the usual channels do not seem to help. We daven, we seek brachos from tzaddikim, we give tzedakah, and yet the obstacle does not move. It is at such a time that we could surely use a good measure of chein in Hashem’s eyes, which R’ Biderman says can bring us favors from Hashem “even beyond the standard rules of the world.” In the words of Birkas Hashachar, may Hashem grant us today and every day chein in His eyes and in the eyes of all who see us.


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It was supposed to be a ten-minute peek at GymPros. Suddenly, my cellphone rings. My babysitter wants to know if I am okay, because more than an hour has passed without me noticing. I don’t hear the phone at first; I am so totally enamored by what I am seeing — a fully functioning, professional, frum gymnastics facility available to every child in the community.

The view from the designated viewing area where parents share in the GymPros’ experience.

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WHEN I ARRIVE, I’M BUZZED IN BY MRS. G., the evening office manager. Instantly, she’s at my side, making sure I’m comfortable. The girls and coaches revel in the presence of the GymPros bubby who really cares about each of them. She checks up on each coach’s well-being and helps the children get ready for their carpool. She’s on top of all the comings and goings and ensures that every child is safely dropped off and picked up by an adult. I still remember visiting GymPros two years ago. Malky Blum, proprietor of GymPros, spoke about the ten-year lease she signed for her gym. But it’s only two years later, and GymPros has outgrown that once-oversized facility. The new location in the Central Crossing Shopping Center, (next to Kidichic and Turtleboo) is triple in size and beauty. It’s everything — and more — you’d find at the leading gymnasiums in the country. The authentic frum flavor and kosher values only add to the experience. It’s not surprising. Malky has been dreaming of GymPros since she made her first cartwheel across her parents’ dining room. And Malky doesn’t dream big; she dreams huge. She doesn’t do big; she does huge! She would never

nastics skills) had arrived to GymPros without any previous gymnastics exposure. The gym is large enough to host eight classes at once, and the strategic setup enables each child to get the most out of their hour at GymPros. A coach is in charge of each group, and I observe their complete devotion to the children. The Program Director, Mrs. Ruchama Katz, can be seen going from group to group ensuring that every child is getting the full GymPros experience. About forty children are neatly divided in groups and totally absorbed in their activities; they hardly notice me. Because this is their hour — the hour when they shine and grow. Little kids, maybe six years old, cartwheel in a neat procession across the Tumbl Traks and spring floors, while the coaches stand next to them helping them do a bit better than the week before. As one coach noted, “I tell each child that the only one she has to compete with is herself.” After each successful move, the entire team cheers. No wonder GymPros consistently meets its goal of “100% smiles on 100% of the children.” “GymPros, at this point, is not a luxury,” Romema Feiner of New Hempstead tells me as soon as she sees me. She came amid the yom tov chaos

Because this is their hour — the hour when they shine and grow. run a place that doesn’t reflect every single one of her values and dreams. The large windows in the viewing lobby overlook the gym. Muted hues for the walls and brightly colored, Olympic-sized equipment make up the 6,000-square-foot gym. I arrive at the end of a recreational class — a noncompetitive class with phenomenal coaches. The class is designed for children ages 6 to 17. The classes may be recreational in nature, but you would never know it by the professionalism and attention to detail shown by the coaches dotting the large facility. I can’t believe that the children in front of me doing aerials and back walkovers (some of the challenging recreational gym-

to do carpool, because “my daughter’s healthy confidence is completely thanks to GymPros. You can’t imagine how many people I sent here after I saw the amazing effects it had on my daughter. She’s here for the second year, and she wouldn’t miss a class for anything.” GymPros gives a child much more than gymnastics coaching: It teaches commitment toward a goal and enables a child to succeed outside a classroom setting. Another mother comments that her daughter has a difficult time with the long schools hours but “gymnastics is my daughter’s lifesaver. It’s healthy energy in a structured and loving environment.”

GymPros believes in the adage, “When values are clear, decisions are easy.” These five values are the driving force behind the GymPros model.

SAFETY: Always. All the way. This is promoted through the use of the highest quality of equipment, qualified coaching and careful training procedures.

COURTESY: Starting with Mrs. G’s warmth and ending with the heartfelt “gmar chasimah tovahs” between parents, students and staff, the GymPros’ culture is truly built on how they treat each other.

PREMIER GYMNASTICS: GymPros spares no effort to provide excellence in everything gymnastics related. Nothing short of that passes the GymPros bar!

ENJOYMENT: True to their value statement, “Happy children are our favorite type,” GymPros is creative in developing ways for children to enjoy this intense sport.

EFFICIENCY: There are customer-friendly procedures for every step. From their online registration to their customer service systems, it’s apparent that GymPros values their customers and respects their time.

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Choose the program that is right for your daughter

PRESCHOOL (ages 3–5) Coaches help your child develop many skills for optimal body and mind coordination. Beneficial for strength, balance, spatial awareness, flexibility and more.

RECREATIONAL GYMNASTICS (ages 6–17)

Learn and practice a world of fun gymnastics skills at your own pace. No gymnastics background necessary.

That’s GymPros’ mission statement exactly: “We use gymnastics as a tool to create healthy, confident children. We teach in a safe, progressive manner and appreciate the efforts as much as the achievements. We continuously introduce our community to the highest level of gymnastics training with the most up-to-date equipment and premier coaching.” The next class I watch is a Team Class. The Team is a competitive class training to compete on a national level. Everyone who gets a taste of gymnastics gets hooked on the sport, but for those exceptionally talented with a drive to take it to the next level, Team Class is just for them. I catch up with Team Coach Mrs. Jolie Levy, a decorated gymnast and USAG coach, now on the GymPros staff. “It’s awesome,” she says. “I see commitment and talent in the community. I love working here!” I’m impressed at the perfect blend of complete professionalism without compromising on the courtesy between parents, staff and students. A few years ago, GymPros, along with other Jewish gymnastics teams across the country, formed the JGL, an acronym for Jewish Gymnastics League. Together they host two annual competitions on the USAG levels. USAG (USA Gymnastics) is the national

RHYTHMIC SUNDAYS (ages 5–8)

This class features gymnastics fused with dance and flare. Traditional gymnastics equipment, along with balls, ribbons and hoops are utilized to provide a fun Sunday activity.

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A step up from recreational gymnastics, this program focuses on routines and skills from USAG levels 1–3. More advanced than recreational classes and the place where Team aspirers gain their footing.

TEAM (ages 8 and up) Competing against entrants from other JGL (Jewish Gymnastics League) teams around the country, ace gymnasts practice and compete on USAG levels 3–5 in a professionally scored setting.

MOMMY AND ME (coming soon!)

Incorporating the earliest aspects of physical fitness, creative play and baby step instruction helps mommies and mini-me’s discover the fun of gymnastics early on.

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JGL banners celebrating GymPros’ Team accomplishments hanging proudly in the gymnasium

governing body for gymnastics, and the JGL uses USAG rules, routines and scoring in order to provide frum girls with an equal opportunity at competitive gymnastics. The girls on the team stretch way more than their muscles to master the skills needed to compete. They stretch themselves by giving up lots of free time, by eating and sleeping right and making sure to attend every class. Team Head Coach Mrs. Tricia Wymore dedicates herself to creating a professional team setting that ensures that every gymnast gets the proper coaching and necessary support so that she can be a true champion. These Team girls take their craft so seriously that Coach T (As Mrs. Wymore is fondly referred to by her students) directs a program called PROgress, where the children get directions on how to condition and stretch at home on their offdays in a safe manner so that they can be at their peak when it’s time to compete on the grand stage. It was a testament to the hard work put in by the entire GymPros Team and staff when GymPros went up to accept first place at the Butterfly Invitational (the 2017 Spring Competition) in Staten Island. GymPros is the place where gymnasts go PRO, the place where every frum girl can shine on her own level, at her own pace. I watch the team practice backflips. One after the other, they backflip three times across the gym floor landing upright each time. I can only imagine the feeling of accomplishment these girls taste week after week. At the far left corner, girls build muscle on the bars. They swing their bodies upward and out, looking similar to a gliding eagle. And they are. They have been given the chance to soar.


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ihnujb, xuf Hatzoloh EMS of Rockland County mourns the sudden passing of a beloved former EMT member, Board Member and Hatzoloh CPR instructor

Raphael Levi k"z Formerly Unit #14 ,‫ נוח לשמים ולבריות‬,‫איש דגול ויקר רוח‬ ,‫ידיו הי' רב לו בכל דבר צדקה וחסד‬ ‫העוסק בהצלת נפשות זה רבות בשנים‬ Ray was one of the founding members of Hatzoloh of Monsey and served the community faithfully for many years. He was one of the most active Hatzoloh members during the time he served as an EMT. Among other communal activities, he raised funds for Hatzoloh during its early years. Ray was helpful to anyone and everyone and would never refuse any call for assistance. He will be sorely missed. We extend our condolences to his wife and many children and grandchildren among them

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Hungry Hollow Road Overpass Closed Indefinitely CHESTNUT RIDGE RESIDENTS are facing lengthy headaches after a Chol Hamoed accident caused structural damages to the Hungry Hollow Road Thruway overpass. The Journal News reported that a southbound truck hit the overpass on Hoshana Rabba at approximately 9:30 a.m. The accident snarled traffic on both the Thruway and Route 59 in Airmont for hours, with the New York State Police closing down the bridge at 3:00 p.m. The overpass, which is between Jon Leif Lane and Old Nyack Turnpike, was discovered to have sustained significant damage and is closed to both vehicles and pedestrians for “a yet undetermined, long period of time,” according to the Ramapo Police Department. The bridge will be inspected by state officials who said they could not yet know whether or not the overpass would need to be replaced as a result of the accident. County Executive Ed Day described the damage to the structure as “a very serious situation.” Day instructed the Rockland County Highway Department and the New York State Thruway to meet to discuss possible solutions to the incident, including the bridge’s repair or

replacement. “We need to make sure that there is a plan in place to assure the safety of both drivers and pedestrians who use that roadway,” said Day. Travelers through the area are advised to use Margetts Road or Chestnut Ridge Road as alternate routes until the bridge is reopened.

$10 Toll in Sight for New Mario M. Cuomo Bridge? LESS THAN ONE WEEK after the last car rolled across the Tappan Zee Bridge, a nonpartisan citizens group recommended that the toll on the bridge be more than doubled in order to repay $2.9 billion in construction loans. The Citizens Budget Commission issued its findings on October 12th, calling for a toll hike that would have E-Z Pass tag holders paying approximately $10 to cross the new bridge, while local residents with commuter plans would pay about $7. Those recommendations run counter to Governor Andrew Cuomo’s statements that the current toll would remain steady until the year 2020, although the exact amount of any toll increases after that time have yet to be released to the public. County Executive Ed Day described the suggested $10 toll as “unacceptable and unnecessary,” noting that Rockland County residents have been unfairly burdened for years, with tolls from the Tappan Zee Bridge making up one third of the New York State Thruway’s revenue. Approximately 250 million vehicles travel the 570 mile-long superhighway that extends from New York City to Niagara Falls and Northwestern Pennsylvania each year. Day noted that the $10 toll could have a devastating effect

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on local businesses, including the Palisades Center which generates 23 percent of the county’s sales tax revenues. “Rockland County will not stand for a doubling of the toll on the bridge,” said Day. “Any increase in the crossing fees would hurt our residents, businesses and future economic growth in the region. We will not stand for it.” Further woes emanating from the new bridge project include concerns about a possible creosote leak into the waterway, which may have occurred as demolition crews began removing the first of thousands of pilings that surrounded the supports for the old Tappan Zee Bridge. Officials for Tappan Zee Constructors, which is tearing down the bridge, disputed reports of the creosote leak, although Rockland sheriff’s Chief William Barbara acknowledged the leak, saying it was caused by rain and not by neglect. Those words rang hollow for John Lipscomb, vice president for advocacy at Riverkeeper, which protects the safety of the Hudson River and its waters. “Creosote is not a great thing to put into an ecosystem,” said Lipscomb. “It’s not a debate. It’s not okay.”


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COUSCOUS SOUP While I wouldn’t make this recipe on a weekly basis, it’s a good recipe to turn to when I’m desperate to put supper on the table. My children eat it so nicely and it takes seconds to prepare.

INGREDIENTS: 6 cups chicken soup, or 6 cups water and 3 T. consommé soup mix ½ bag Israeli pearl couscous

DIRECTIONS: Cook up the chicken soup, or water and consommé, until it boils. Pour in half a bag Israeli pearl couscous. Cook semicovered until couscous is soft, about 10 minutes.

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PULLED CHICKEN SANDWICHES You can’t get easier or kid-friendlier than this. The Crock-pot makes the mother happy, and the taste makes the children happy. Any leftovers can be easily frozen.

INGREDIENTS: 1½ lb. chicken cutlets 1 onion, diced 1 bottle honey-garlic dressing (or any barbeque sauce of your liking)

DIRECTIONS: 1. Combine cutlets, diced onion and bottled honey-garlic dressing in a Crockpot. Cook on high for 4 hours. While the chicken mixture is still in the Crock-pot, use a potato masher to mash the chicken. It will turn into shredded chicken pieces. If you don’t have a potato masher, just use two forks to shred the chicken. 2. Serve in buns with red cabbage salad alongside or inside.

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RED CABBAGE SALAD This salad pairs beautifully with the pulled chicken buns. You can also try it with a regular bag of coleslaw mix if red cabbage isn’t your thing.

INGREDIENTS: 2 bags red cabbage ½ cup oil 6 T. vinegar 6 T. sugar ½ tsp. salt ¼ tsp. black pepper

DIRECTIONS: Combine all ingredients in a large bowl and mix well.

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WHAT THEY DIDN’T SHOW YOU IN THE AQUARIUM: THE LOVE TANK WE HAVE SO MANY advantages present-day. Modern inventions have done a great deal in easing the burden of yesteryear, i.e. appliances, phones, planes, trains and cranes, etc. But while so many things in the world need less human input, love is something that can never be derived from a ma-

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chine. Do you ever wonder, Why do I need to love my children? Isn’t food and water, shelter and education enough? In a nutshell, no, it is not. Human beings need love from the very start to feel safe and secure and to establish a connection with Hashem and the people around them. The way a

baby connects to his mother is how he will experience Hashem’s love. Yes, cooing and tickling your newborn teaches the baby that Hashem is a very real and loving parent. Also, the way a mother loves and cares for her child is how the child will love herself and develop her self-care skills. This is teaching a


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The five primary love languages are: (Source: Gary Chapman) 1. Physical touch: a hug, a kiss, a massage or any human contact 2. Words of affirmation: praise,

While everyone needs every kind of love, we all have one that we identify with the most, which is how we personally absorb love to the fullest. Interestingly, we tend to show others love in our own love language as well. In reality, however, we need to figure out what their love language is and love them in their way for the majority of interactions. The other four love languages should definitely play a role as well, but to a lesser extent. This way, children learn how to receive and give love in every way, resulting in an emotionally healthy adult. I picture my home as a love tank and try to fill it in all five ways. Until around the age of four, I shower a child with every kind of love. At approximately that age, it is possible to figure out the kid’s love language by observing how they show love to others. I can then determine which kind of love they respond to the most and focus on it to nurture the child. When I keep heaping a certain love language on my child and still she seems so miserable, then we are not connecting at all, and it is possible that I need to try a different love language. Otherwise, it is like being the pushy saleslady who forces frothy tulle and intricate lace dresses on a classy customer who prefers only straight

lines and simple designs. While I may appreciate and yearn for one way of love, every individual has a right to their own taste and preference. The results will be dramatically different when executed in the right way and with the right intentions. As I try to focus on giving in the child’s love language; correspondingly, I never punish a child in that language. It can destroy a person to their core. It may cause great damage in the parent-child relationship and in the way the young one perceives Hashem, chas v’shalom. Love is never conditional and has no strings attached. I love my child although I may not always approve of his actions. When disciplining, I always make sure to be gentle and express my care and affection. “Avremele, I love you, zeeskeit. We do not hit.” When my child feels this deep, positive attachment and is sure my feelings for him will not sway with the winds, he is most capable of absorbing my chinuch. When I show my child that I understand he made a mistake, love him anyway and continue to believe that he will find his way, it is the gateway to an unbreakable bond with Hashem. I want my child to experience Hashem as He is: our compassionate Father Who always forgives us and loves us for eternity. His arms are always open wide, inviting us in. May we all find our place in His embrace. Facilitated by Tzurti Stern Perl Abramovitz is an international speaker and sought-after counselor. She has been teaching her unique parenting method to thousands of parents in the United States and abroad for over a decade.

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What’s better than a home-cooked, fivecourse meal being enjoyed by your family? A home-cooked, five-course meal cooked by someone else — especially for you! There’s nothing that makes you who brings down a Yiddishe nesha- THREE generations of Glaubers* feel quite as pampered as opening mah deserves to be pampered! And created their own wonderful kimpefragrantly smelling foil pans filled that’s the only criteria we have.” turin meals system. Two first cousins with nourishing, homemade food She, along with her partner, work coordinate the meals and love evafter a sleepless night and long day with almost fifty volunteers who ery minute of it! The givers and the cook and deliver the lunches. “You takers have only nice things to say taking care of your newborn. It’s one of the most beautiful know,” she says, “we have many about them. times, celebrating life in its purest volunteers, but we can always use “I’m exceptionally proud and form. However, it is also physically more. Monsey is so big, and the de- grateful to belong to this wonderful and mentally overwhelming in so mand is, baruch Hashem, constantly family. My great-grandparents were many ways. And if there’s one lan- growing. huge on hospitality, and now their guage of pampering and care that “We usually give four lunches, children, grandchildren and greatall Yidden – especially those of Hun- but when there’s a need for more, grandchildren prepare meals for garian descent – speak, it’s the lan- we gladly add two.” each other so graciously. It keeps the guage of food. The very act of family together and there’s having someone stir food and nothing as exciting as getting wash pots on behalf of your potatoes every night, It’s one of the most beautiful mashed family is enough to feel stronbecause if you’re a Glauber, ger – with or without that nap. times, celebrating life in you love mashed potatoes!” I ask Mrs. Esty F., coordina“What makes it so workits purest form. However, able,” tor of a large kimpeturin lunch says C. Berger, one of program, about her work. it is also physically and the coordinators, “is that we “Who can receive the enough family members mentally overwhelming in have lunches?” I ask. so that each supper is done so many ways. “Every Yiddishe mamme with a partner. A soup and

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a side or a vegetable and chicken doesn’t feel as overwhelming as having to cook an entire meal. Also, our dear great-aunts are gracious enough to be part of the system.” They do try to match family sizes, so a mother of three shouldn’t have to cook supper for a family of eight. Each family gets two weeks’ worth of supper. IT’S NOT ALWAYS biological family that steps in. Gitty H. is part of a wonderful chassidishe community that arranges kimpeturin meals. The neshei has rotating meal coordinators who arrange a week’s worth of supper for each family. “We recently moved to Monsey,” Gitty says, “and I didn’t know anyone. Then, when I gave birth, I suddenly got these heavenly meals delivered to my home. Besides for being a total lifesaver, it helped me get to know people. I made friends and got some really amazing recipes!” TZIRY R. also lives in Monsey with-

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out any family. “I never felt as lonely as I felt after my fourth baby. It was a bitter cold winter, and I had all the kids home. When my baby was just a few weeks old, I slipped and fractured a bone in my leg. When the baby cried, I felt like crying along.” And then her neighbor called Mrs. T. Green, a woman who arranges supper for kimpeturins. Just the knowledge that her family would have a wholesome meal at night was enough to get Tziry smiling again. “There’s something about knowing that someone cares about me. As I hobbled on my scooter with an aching back, some anonymous person cooked supper for me.”

THE VIZNITZ COMMUNITY in Monsey might be very large in numbers, but with their personal kimpeturin lunch program, it feels small and family-like. “I got home from the hospital,” one mother says, “and there was a message on my machine from Viznitz Bikur Cholim asking me which week I’d like to receive the

lunches. I’m shy by nature and would never call, but guess what? I soon learned that one six-pound baby can keep me busier than I thought, and the lunch that got delivered was the first thing I ate each day.” There’s so much involved in running the program. Besides for coordinating who is making lunch for whom, there are also women picking up and dropping off the lunches so they’re still hot when they get there. They also take great care that all lunches should be packed in an appealing manner. The women who cook lunch outdo themselves and only send something they’d like to receive in return. There’s so much involved in running the program, the coordinating, picking up and dropping off the lunches so they’re still hot when they get there. Mrs. Chany G., a longtime driver for the organization, says, “There’s nothing as nice and exciting as visiting new mothers and their babies!” It’s four years since she started and she wouldn’t give it up. “I still marvel at the gorgeous lunches and wrappings the ladies prepare!” The incredible feedback from both the givers and the takers make it well worth it. One woman notes, “I still make lunches even though I’m way past the stage of ever getting lunches myself. But it makes me so happy to see the young ones getting frishe kochos from my meals. It’s so important for mothers to have the energy to take care of the children.” May we all have the kochos to care for our precious children, and may we see only simchos!


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“Mazel Tov! So where will the kids be staying?” That’s typically the first question everyone asks, because it’s a biggie! My conversations with my friend Perry usually start with, “So who’s staying at your house this week?” And she hardly ever disappoints me. More often than not, Perry has an extra child staying at her home. She works and lives in a small apartment, yet her heart is big, and we all know that if there’s room in the heart, there’s room in the home. Coming from a large family with many simchos, ka”h, Perry has an admirable attitude toward opening her home. It’s not always family that she hosts; her friends and neighbors often benefit too. “My kids love it!” she says. “I hardly ever have a hard time taking in a child. I’m so happy that it’s for a simchah.” While we can’t all do it as graciously as Perry does, it’s good to remember what Mrs. Esther Baila Schwartz is known for saying: “It’s bracha! And bracha is not always easy, but we have to remember that it’s bracha.” Though it’s not always easy to host children when their mother has a new baby, with an attitude of bracha and some practical tips, we should be grateful for the simchos. What can be nicer than practicing hachnosas orchim in a time of happiness? It’s also great to remember that you’re doing a chesed with Hashem’s child. So while you wipe your little guest’s nose and clean up accidents and deal with homesickness and fights and hearing the child say that their mother’s food is much better, practice saying, “L’shem mitzvas ahavas chesed.” You may as well get the most bang for your mitzvah. BUBBY STEIN eagerly awaits the birth of each grandchild because she gets to have her home full of grandchildren. Toddler? Sure! The Mommy as well? Double sure! She whips up everyone’s favorite foods and stocks up on toys. And when there’s a voch nacht?

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Bris? Sure! Everything for you, mammele. Don’t be jealous yet; Bubby Stein is a fictional character. And although most bubbies would wish to be like her, they are also people with limitations. Bubby Blau* says, “I love cooking, baking and hosting, but I don’t love having the children stay at my house. I hardly have help, I work out of the house and I had my share diaper-changing my own kids, baruch Hashem.” She gladly hosts the voch nacht and cooks for the bris, though — but with no toddlers around. Bubby Weiss, on the other hand, still has highschool girls at home, and they’re thrilled with the idea of having kids around. “Until…” Bubby Weiss whispers, “they touch their things.” But she has the couple make the simcha in their own house, except for when it’s a first baby. SO MANY WOMEN have heartwarming stories to share. “I have a special-needs son,” says one mother, “and I was so worried about sending him away. My friend

offered to have him, and she didn’t complain even once. He came home with a mini album full of smiles and memories of the activities she did with him. She’ll never know how much it meant to me.” Another woman shares, “I was going through a personally difficult time when I gave birth. My sisters and friends kept my kids an extra week, and although I know how hard it was on them, no one said a word.” “I’m a baalas teshuva with no family,” says Penina L., “but my neighbors are my family. Before I even had a chance to think about leaving the children, they offered to take them.”


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DO’S: • Do be honest about your child’s needs. • Do ask which child each person prefers to take. • Do know that even though your child is G-d’s gift to humanity, he or she can still be a handful. • Do know that even though you can kiss your child when he’s caked in mud, a different mother can’t. Make sure your child is clean and presentable when dropped off, though she’ll forgive the tatty-dressed. • Do show appreciation in little ways, such as sending along a cheap toy or game with the child, pekelech from the voch nacht or a Shabbos treat, which will mean so much to your child and the family.

DON’TS: • Don’t pressure someone into taking a child. You never know why she’s not offering. • Don’t assume your mother and mother-in-law will just “step in.” Ask, and accept their limitations. • Don’t let your child stay even one day more than you’d made up. Often, that one day can make the difference between happily done favors and feelings of resentment. • Don’t repeat things your child said about the family, for example, “I hear you allow cereal for breakfast.”

FOR THE HOSTS

DO’S: • Do pat yourself on the back! • Do take the time to prepare or do something special to make the child feel welcome. • Do treat yourself to a bought supper when the need arises; rather stay calm and happy and serve sandwiches. • Do be honest about which child you’d prefer to take. For instance, having a playmate for your child may be tempting, but if your child is competitive, is the fighting worth it? On the other hand, will it be too hard to take a child who has a different bus schedule than your own kids? Can you handle having a child who’s not toilet-trained?

DON’TS: • Don’t try to change a child; they’ll only be at your house for a little while. It’s not your job to be mechanech them. • Don’t tell the mother how difficult the child is. She can’t do much about it besides feeling unnecessarily guilty. • Don’t think that since you hosted a child, their mother will reciprocate when you need a place for yours. • Don’t count the days left until the child goes home! It may do you more harm than good. As Shevy G. says, “When I take a child for two weeks, I get fed up after only ten days. However, I once had a child for two months, and in a way it was easier than having a child for two weeks. Since I didn’t know how long the child would stay, I opened my home and heart indefinitely. It was almost a surprise when the child went home. Since then, whenever I have a child even for two weeks, I pretend to open my home indefinitely.” May we always be zoche to host oif simchos, gezunterheit!

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I GLANCED OUT THE WINDOW. The sun resembled a golden medallion hanging conspicuously against a brilliant blue background, a striking contrast to the bleakness of the previous night. I held my hiccuping three-weekold baby in one arm and balanced the phone delicately between the opposite shoulder and ear. I needed some sympathy and was hoping to receive it from my mother. “How are you managing?” she inquired. “Depends what you call managing,” I replied, with no intention of humor. My mother chuckled. “You’ll get there, trust me. Wait until he’s six weeks old.” “That’s what they all say,” I moaned. Why was I feeling so lonely sometimes? So despondent? My stinging eyes and aching feet did nothing to induce optimism, and although logic and previous experience told me that time would pass and the baby would settle down, I felt so helpless during the long and sleepless nights. I wanted to shout and scream, “I don’t want to do this! I want to sleep!” A couple of evenings later, I was again in conversation with my mother. “I had a tough day at work,” she sighed. “What do you mean by ‘tough’?” I asked. “Computer aggravation,” she replied. “I spent a long while trying to figure something out, and after summoning someone to help, saw how I could have achieved the results with a few clicks of the mouse.” “Oh, that’s a shame,” I sympathized. “You know,” I said wisely, “every job comes with its frustrations.” “You’re right. You’re one hundred percent right,” my mother agreed. We finished our chat and I ended the call. I positioned myself on the couch, holding my baby, stroking his fluffy, baby-scented hair. The exchange replayed in my head. I was feeling unsettled. I felt that a connection had to be made between the subject we had been talking about and the dissatisfaction I had been feeling since my baby’s birth. And then it hit me. Job. Frustration. Every job has its frustrations. I had been very sure of what I was telling my mother. It was clear; nothing can be perfect. The first few weeks after birth are tiring, unpredictable and oftentimes frustrating. But what a precious bundle I had received! What a privileged occupation! To care and love, and yes, occasionally even exhaust myself in order to raise the next generation of our holy nation. I stroked his velvety skin and thought of his two older sisters, practically babies themselves. There would be hard days, even extremely challenging days, days I might want to cry out in frustration. But I would try my utmost to find a few seconds to daven that Hashem should remind me in those moments: “This is your job, and you can do it.” I would strain to hear the whisper in my ear. This is precisely what I was sent into this world to do. The thought relaxed me. To be a happy, nurturing mother is a job, a challenging one. It takes patience, lots of it, and strength. I felt grateful for the reminder that this pure, innocent being is more important than any other endeavor right now. My job is to find that fortitude and resilience, to hone my middos even when fatigued. And the heavenly reward will be incomparable to the money that lands in my bank account at the end of a working month. My baby had fallen asleep, his head lying gently on my arm. I could feel the slight rise and fall of his chest. My eyelids drooped. There’s one bonus in this job called motherhood. Sleeping on the job, kids permitting, is most definitely allowed.

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SALE HISTORY:

Nine homes sold in this area in the past year, at an average price of $505,000. The highest sale was $650,000 and the cheapest home sold for $400,000.

AREA TAXES

You can expect to pay between $12,500 and $15,000 annually in taxes in this area.

AREA ZONING

The zoning in Scotland Hill is between R-25 and R-35. The required square feet per unit is between 25,000 and 35,000.

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NEAREST SUPERMARKET:

Evergreen Kosher Market 59 Route 59, Monsey, NY 10952

NEAREST PLAYGROUNDS AND PARKS:

Children’s Park The walking distance from Scotland Hill to Town Square Mall is between 42 minutes and 1 hour and 10 minutes, and the drive is between 7 and 10 minutes.

11 Grotke Lane

Beautiful park with three exciting playstations for different ages, ball court, bike paths, a lake and picnic tables. 6-minute drive

GETTING TO MAIN MONSEY:

Walking: Between 49 minutes and 1 hour and 17 minutes. Driving: Between 9 and 12 minutes.

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AREA SHUL:

1. ‫בית מדרש תורה ותפילה‬ 750 Chestnut Ridge Road

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I moved to Scotland Hill in Chestnut Ridge six years ago, and one of its lovely advantages is the way I was immediately accepted into this warm community. It was like joining a close-knit family with the most special members.

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Attention residents: If you’d like to share information of shuls in your area, neighborhood parks or to tell us what you love about living there, please email yoel1193@gmail.com.

All information is based on market prices and activity and does not necessarily reflect any off-market deals.

$689,000 Great deal in Spring Valley Blueberry Hill area. R-2 zoning: can build sideby-side 1,350 sf per floor.

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$38,400

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R-2; possible to build approximately 1,800 square feet per unit + basement

Monthly income

Unit 1: $1,900 Unit 2: $1,300


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By: Shevy Hollander

What does royalty get wheeled in? The British tradition is to transport the youngest members of the royal family in the British-made Silver Cross pram. It’s not surprising that Silver Cross branded their products “The Rolls-Royce of Prams.” In 2013, Prince George of Cambridge was treated to a Balmoral Silver Cross pram, which was customized to his mother’s specifications.

THE FIVE MOST EXPENSIVE STROLLERS ON EARTH

Silver Cross Special Edition Rose Gold Balmoral Pram — $61,000 A limited number of these strollers have been made to date. Each pram is handcrafted and the gold meticulously polished. This pram doesn’t fold down at all and needs enough storage space to house its generous proportions (probably not an issue for anyone who can afford it!).

Young Versace White Quilted Travel System — $6,000 Silver Cross Balmoral Pram — $4,400 The make favored by British royalty

Only 800 of these Italian-made sets, which include bassinet, stroller and bag, were manufactured, and they are mostly sold out.

Silver Cross Surf Aston Martin Edition — $3,000 Bugaboo Donkey Twin Navy Blue Collection – $2,069

William Kent, a landscape architect, invents the first baby carriage for the 3rd Duke of Devonshire to transport his little ones in. It’s designed with a harness to be pulled by a goat or small pony. Only the wealthiest parents can afford this shellshaped early stroller. By the mid-1800s, handles are added to allow parents to grab onto and pull the stroller behind them. Tall and unstable, babies are prone to falling out.

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1771:

A TIMELINE ON WHEELS Innovator Charles Burton changes the design, and parents now push the children in front of them instead of pulling them from behind. It takes a while to get accepted in the U.S.; some parents run them into pedestrians while getting used to the new method of transporting babies. Burton takes his innovation to the U.K., where the “pram” becomes popular.


KNOW YOUR LINGO:

• In Great Britain, a pushchair or buggy is the forward-facing stroller used for young children up to about three years of age. Pushchair was the popular term until the 1980s, when the framed Maclaren buggy hit the scene. • There are plenty of prams in the U.K. too. Short for perambulator, a pram is heavier and larger and is usually designed for infants. • In the U.S., carriage is an outdated word in reference to strollers, and will usually bring to mind the thing that’s attached to a horse. To avoid ambiguity, use only baby carriage, and not carriage alone.

BEST-SELLING BABY STROLLERS IN MONSEY

SILVER CROSS WAVE $1,299 This luxury pram, made of the highest quality material can be converted to a double stroller, and will last for years. BABYZEN YOYO $495

BUGABOO CAMELEON LIMITED EDITION $1,099.99 Versatile for all stages and chic, this is the #1 best-seller on the market. BUGABOO BEE 5 $729 Lightweight and folds easily, this chic stroller is available in many designs and colors. SILVER CROSS WAVE $1,299

This stunning baby carriage with chrome accents boasts a one-hand compact fold, and comfy reversible seat.

Beautiful bassinet/seat stroller that can easily be converted to a double stroller.

A reversible stroller is patented by William H. Richardson, so a child can now face either direction. The late 19th century is also when double strollers appear on the scene. The earliest models are either extra wide or extra long.

After his daughter complains to him about the difficulty of lugging around a pram, Owen Maclaren, an aeronautical engineer, invents the first umbrella stroller. His aluminum frame is compact and lightweight, and he goes on to found Maclaren.

1980s:

MAMAS AND PAPAS OCARRO $670

1965:

1889:

At just 13 pounds., it’s the lightest travel stroller around, yet extremely durable. Best of all, this can be taken on a plane as a carry-on.

JUVENILE DESIGN AND TOYS

BRAUN’S JUVENILE FURNITURE BUGABOO CAMELEON The popular designer baby carriage is a pleasure to wheel and accommodates babies of all ages. JOOLZ At great value for your money, this versatile stroller gives the child a very smooth ride. UPPABABY CRUZ This great-quality stroller is sleek and compact and very reasonably priced.

Phil Baechler replaces his baby carriage wheels with bicycle wheels, and after a few tweaks in design, the jogger is born.

1981:

BABYBUG BOUTIQUE

Maclaren releases its first Triple Seat Umbrella Fold, introducing the first carriage to hold three children.

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1. Determine in which community or town they want to live for the foreseeable future. 2. Contact a mortgage professional to see where they stand financially. This will establish whether or not their income can handle a down payment and whether their credit is good enough. If the mortgage professional finds they are ready to purchase a home, they should then... 3. Contact a local realtor to get an idea of what is available to match their budget.

Real Estate A New Addition — A New House? WHEN IS IT TIME TO MOVE, and when is it time to buy a home? Should homeowners in need of a larger place sell their current home and buy a new one, or is it better to add on to one’s current home? These questions usually come up when there are major life changes. These include finally seeing monetary success after being self-employed for a few years or marrying off children and dealing with an empty nest. For a younger family, however, very often the major life change is a new baby. Recently, I received a call from a client who had twins and found that their home was too small. Similarly, a few years ago I got a call from a client who had triplets and found that their current home couldn’t accommodate three additional children and the 24-hour help they required. One of my own daughters cost me to the tune of over six figures when I made a three-bedroom addition after she was born because I had no room for her crib! For these families, a new addition does not only mean preparing for a kiddush or bris and accommodations for the baby and all the paraphernalia she comes along with; major decisions have to be made regarding housing. Let us explore the options. If the family is renting, they need to decide whether to buy a home or rent a larger apartment. Here are the first three steps they should take:

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

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For a younger family, however, very often the major life change is a new baby.

If they are not yet ready to buy a home, they should put a mortgage plan in place so that they can work toward the goal of homeownership. In the meantime, if they cannot manage in their current apartment, they most likely should rent a larger home. If the family owns a home but is in need of a larger place, they need to determine whether they like their current neighborhood and property. If they don’t and want to move, here are the first three steps they should take: 1. Contact a local realtor, and after determining his or her fee, finding out the current value of their home. They


should ask what the home can sell for if it is priced aggressively for a quick sale, and whether or not they should do work on the home or property to spruce it up, which may encourage a quicker and more worthwhile sale. 2. Contact a mortgage professional to find out if they qualify for a new home purchase. An analysis of the closing costs on the sale of the home and for the purchase should be laid out clearly so that the family is clear on the cost and how much money they will have available for the purchase. 3. Execute a plan, with contingencies. Do they need to sell? Can they move and not sell their current home? Based on this information, they should have the realtor send them listings that are in their price range so that they are clear on what homes are available. What if the family likes their current neighborhood and wants to consider renovating their home? Here are the first three steps they should take: 1. Contact a contractor to get an idea of cost, time and whether the home can be occupied during renovations. 2. Contact a mortgage professional to find out their mortgage options. They should review the costs of the loan, the renovations and, if necessary, a temporary rental. 3. Contact a local realtor to make sure that the addition being planned makes sense from a resale perspective.

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ITALIAN DR TABLE brand-new condition. Includes 2 leaves. No chairs. $500 obo Call 587-7022

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MATERNA milchig stage 1 for$28. Call845-422-2950

GRACO SNUGRIDE Infant car seat. Excellent condition. 914-391-8982. MARC N.Y SUIT with tags on. Boys size 5, Stunning blue print. Original $120.00. Selling for $75.00. 354-6920

BUGABOO C good condition included new toddler seat and bunting 700$ Please call 3474570783.. CARRIAGE/DIAPER BAG $50 reg. $80 please call 845356-0971

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PREOWNED FURNITURE excellent condition. Cribs, dressers, armoire, hiriser, coffee table, recliner. Furniture Maiven 845-6421225. BOY’S GREY COAT Size 3 new boy’s English Shabbos & weekday. 845538-6144

CITY MINI DOUBLE STROLLER excellent condition 914-3918982

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MOVING SALE Whirlpool duel washer 1 1/2 years old. Asking $500 or best offer. Also selling Two young America headboards, asking $75 each or best offer. both in great condition. Please call 845.521.1110

MASTER BEDROOM $2500, call or txt 845-5179231

IVANKA TRUMP HEELS Size 6 black, new in box. please call 845-826-2317

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DRESS/GOWNS SISTER OF BRIDE or kallah vort/ tenoyim off white and a little cobalt design please text 845 263 4590 SISTER OF THE BRIDE size 0. Has wide seams, may fit up to size 4. Dress length. 845-200-4219. TERRY JOHN navy elegant gown with beaded lace center for rent Size 6 8. 3476231917 KLEINFELD KALLAH GOWN Magnificent custom gown for sale. Please call 347.549.7268 TENOYIM/ SHEVA BRUCHES Beautiful gold and black, tenoyim or shabbos sheva

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WHITE AND GREEN DRESS size 2-4. Please call/text 845269-8649. BLUSH/MAUVE Worn once, Size 6-8 with room to let out. Please call or text 347-423-1301 CHILDREN’S GOWNS 4 gowns for rent- medium blue velvet top and tulle bottom. Sizes 5,6,6,8. Please call 845-578-5750. BLACK MECHITENISTA DRESS approx. size12 for sale or rent please call 845-356-6215 LILAC GOWN RENTAL with flowered Bodice , Tulle skirt,. 8 pieces, Sizes 2 - 14 children, CHEAP, 845 3764366 TERI JON SIZE 4-6 black and silver taffeta gown. Great condition. Call 347563-3508

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looking for a heimisha driver to do trips Monday through Thursday for kids group, can also be only afternon. Good Pay: 845-4222010.

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// dresses & gowns // help wanted // pl ACCOUNTANT/JR Monsey Office, Must Be Willing To Be Trained In Brooklyn, Great Opportunity! Experience With Excel A Must, Quickbooks A Plus. Email Resume: Jobopening966@Gmail.com LOOKING FOR a motivated girl for a F/T position. Good phone and communication skills. Centrally located on Route 59. Please email resume to monseyoffice08@gmail.com. DRIVER WANTED A local Monsey company is looking to hire a responsible driver to make residential deliveries. Please email residentdelivery613@gmail. com EXPERIENCED ILLUSTRATOR for one time job who does computerized art. Email portfolio to 3564988@gmail. com. or call 659 5649 LOCAL GIRLS SCHOOL Seeking capable assistants for 2nd and 3rd grade, english dept. Excellent working environment! Call 347 799 8746 SEEKING EXPERIENCED TUTOR for upper elementary grades. please fax resume to 845425-4345 HASC a forerunner in developmentally appropriate

early childhood education, has an excellent opportunity for a Full-Time Education Supervisor in our Monsey, Rockland County program. NYS Special Ed license required. SAS or SBLB a plus. Competitive salary and benefits. To apply please send resume to jobsmon@hasc.net or fax: 845-356-0193. TRANEE’S WIG SALON is looking to hire a motivated stylist to join our team includes some Sundays please email your resume to traneeswigs@gmail.com or call (845)418-3334 REMEDIAL Remedial teachers needed to work with elementary students and teachers at YSV 12:45-4:00 M-TH. Resume & references to 356-8551 ortbayer@ yeshivaspringvalley.org. ASSISTANT TEACHERS YSV Girls & Boys seek assistant teachers for afternoon hours. Resume & references to 356-8551 or tbayer@yeshivaspringvalley. org ‫מוסד אין מאנסי‬ ‫זיכט א נורסערי אסיסטענט פאר‬ .‫די קומענדיגע שנת הלימודים‬ resume‫ביטע שיקט אריין אייער‬ and leave a 445-9462 ‫צו‬ .message MONSEY CHEDER with well-run English program is looking for a 4th Grade teacher from 2:45 to


laygroup // babysitting // services 4:45. Great pay on time. Call 445-9462 4TH GRADE TEACHER YSV seeks 4th grade General Studies Teacher 12:45-4:00 M-TH. Professional, growth oriented atmosphere. Competitive salary, paid on time. Resume & references to tbayer@yeshivaspringvalley. org or FAX 356-8551 Attn: Miss Bayer. PART TIME PLAYGROUP TEACHER please call 845-364-6943 NOW HIRING Kiddie Group and Babysitting in a school based setting seeking F/T, P/T workers. Please call 845-357-0004. WANTED: Experienced, capable subs for middle grades and junior high. English dept in local girls school. Good pay! Call 845 304 9391 MOTHER’S HELPER from 3:15-6:15, Mon-Thur. Please call 2019833748 SEEKING BABYSITTER in my home, 3-5:30 MonThurs. Albert area 845 352 2710 BABYSITTER once a week if interested pls call.845-426-2763 or 845587-3759 AFTERNOON BABYSITTER to watch 3 kids in my house (in Kiryas Radin) from 3:00 to 5:20. Call 845-321-0641.

PLAYGROUPS KIDDIE GROUP For 2-2 1/2 year old. Spacious facility. Lunch included. Teacher with many years of experience. Call 845-4264608

TERRIFIC TWOS Exciting program, small group of 8, Ages 2-3, Bluefield Area. Teacher Malky 587.4566

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 warm and experienced babysitter, available to babysit daytime and night hours in your home. references available. please call 845.499.9272 BABYSITTING Airmont/Chestnut Ridge area. Your baby will have lots of fun and attention. 426.3283

SERVICES MAKE A DIFFERENCE Do you believe that you can earn a significant income? Do you believe that the world needs a little more health and wealth in it these days? Do you want to help make a difference? I believe in inspiring people to do the things that inspire them so together we can create health and wealth in the world. But I can’t do this alone! Are you looking at improving your current financial situation? Do you enjoy helping people? If so, I might want to meet you! Mrs. F. Katz 845-5703565 CHILDBIRTH EDUCATION CLASSES To join the next class please call 845-426-0931. Tzippy Tauber CD (DONA) Certified Birth Doula

REFLEXOLOGY AND CRANIOSACRAL THERAPY Ease physical and emotional stress with reflexology and craniosacral therapy. Certified. In your home or mine. H. Baum 347-460-1512 REFLEXOLOGY Relaxes and relieves stress, helps with insomnia, prenatal discomfort and pain management. Tamar Spiro 845.352.6496 or 845.538.6782 ADDRESSING ENVELOPES Amazing prices, call for quote. Jobs can be done immediately. Call 845-445-7422 or e-mail printingaddresses@gmail. com

COMPUTER HELP?? One stop computer assistance! Set up new computers, restore deleted/ lost files from computers, SD cards, cameras, & thumb drives. 845-293-2667 ‫מיין פלאץ‬ A therapeutic play space for boys- art, gymnastics, music, woodwork, tutoring & more. For more info please call us at (845) 520-5445 PEARL RESTRINGING

Expert & reliable service. Free pick up & delivery. 845-352-5013 SPEAKERS TO RENT for all your Simches & more, We also have a mp3 system. call 845.579.5467

ALTERATIONS Have your mendings done the right way. Alterations in Blueberry Hill area. 929.287.2135

LADIES ALPACA CAPES now selling for $69 reg. $149. call or text 845-641-1452

SHAIMOS PICK-UP We do pick ups all year round - schools shuls homes. 845461-3084

MATH TUTORING Regents/GED/TASC/SAT/ ACT Common Core, Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, Precalculus, Calculus, Physics ALL Grades/Levels. call: 845-445-8003

PROFESSIONAL BOOKKEEPING Do you need help with your bookkeeping? Reasonable Rates. Call 845-422-2794 or email bookkeeping@ platinumbsg.com

DRUM LESSONS BY SHMUEL KLAVER Monsey’s most experienced Shomer Shabbos drum instructor. Lessons ($45 & up) given in your home or

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// services // odds & ends // gemachim host classes for the Life and Health Insurance Licensing in Yiddish. For Men midSeptember & for Women mid-October For more details & registration please call Abraham at 845-639-5203 Or send email to yschwartz@ ft.newyorklife.com You can also send us your resume if you are interested in more details for a career with New York Life.

my studio, to boys or girls ages 10-adult, beginners to professional. Call (845) 459-9935 MATH ANXIETY? I can help! All ages. All levels. Regents, SAT Prep, CLEPS, AP courses. Linda 845.538.5319 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 DANCE IT! New dance classes forming in Airmont. Small group size, no experience necessary. Sunday- girl groups, Wed Ladies groups. Call: 917 975 1735 GRAPHICS COURSE Fall classes beginning now. Indesign, Illustrator and Photoshop. Call and leave a message 718.708.1299

GUITAR LESSONS Experienced instructor will teach women and girls how to play in ten lessons. Years of enjoyment guaranteed! 845-356-1113 HOME ORGANIZING COURSE few slots left master the career of your dreams with this 5 week course call 845709-3689 HAIR AND SHEITEL SPECIALIST Professional hairstyles and cuts for all occasions. Wash and sets. Free deep conditioning! Pick up and delivery, $25. 845-578-1936

ODDS AND ENDS ATTENTION if you are interested to join the Life and Health Insurance business New York Life Monsey office will

LOOKING FOR A not for profit organization in Rockland county is looking for a Women’s Minority Business Enterprise (WMBE) or a Services Disabled Veterans Owned Business (SDVOB) construction and contracting company to perform construction work on an existing property. Jobs include, concrete, sprinkler systems, fire alarm systems and basic renovations. Please contact us via email: Jobcandidate8@gmail.com DOING CHESSED we will take your “old” seforim at no charge, please email: oldseforim1@gmail. com PROMISED TO SAY NISHMOS for a yeshua and post in the Monsey view and saw a yeshua a few months later. MISC I scratched your car in Bas Mikroh parking lot the night of eighth grade play. Please call 845-393-4443.

GREAT SHIURIM for single and married women: 515 604 9676 pin 653 766 TRANSFORM! Answers to lifes painful questions?! Thurs. 10/19 @10 am 641 715 0700 pin 549732 playback 6417150709 pin 549732 ref 57 FREE SHALOM BAYIS HOTLINE Live Teleconference: Rabbi Yosef Nemiroff, Relinquish Control on 10/26 at 10:00 a.m. Prev. recordings avail. For Info MUST call before 10/25. 845-422-7956 Classified ads that do not advertise a service are currently free for our readers, as long as the following criteria are met. Classified ads must be emailed or texted to classifieds@themonseyview.com - in the body of the email, not as an attachment. Include two words for the heading and a maximum of twenty words for the body. The entire body of the ad should be written in one paragraph. Do not “enter” between sentences. Use standard text only – no all caps. Check for proper spelling and grammar before submitting. Do not fax any free classifieds. There’s a maximum of two free classifieds per person per week. A classified ad that doesn’t meet the above conditions will be automatically rejected. The Monsey View reserves the right to omit or cut words from any free classified ads without confirmation. ***** We do not give confirmations for free classified ads. ***** Classified ad deadline is Monday at 12:00 pm. No exceptions. ***** For inquiries about PAID classifieds, feel free to contact The Monsey View.

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GEMACHIM MONSEY GOWN GEMACH mother and sister gowns size 0-12, by appointment only. 845426-7496 or 845-352-3031. MATERNITY GEMACH Weekday and shabbos clothing, various sizes. Please call or text 845-445-9687 for an appointment. 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 BRIS GEMACH located in Central Monsey. 617-955-3630. poya, pillow case, outfit, blanket. ‎ OT WATER URNS H Please call 845-425-9211 ROOF CARRIERS GEMACH For all cars even without bars on roof. Call early to reserve. 845-659-1863. Monroe: 845662-7102. ISRAEL GPS No fee. English or Hebrew. Must reserve in advance by email at IsraelGPS@gngroup. com PIDYON HABEN zichron elimelech coins,silver tray, lace box, outfit 845-4261681 845-642-7256

FREE MOVING BOXES Packs of 10x for easy transport. Please call (845) 641-5536. BRIS GEMACH outfit and pillow. Located on Rt. 306. 845.352.3013 ROOF CARRIERS GEMACH 845-659-1863. Monroe: 845662-7102. MATERNITY COAT GEMACH 100% down maternity coats. Only sizes med and large left. Call/text 845-521-2912 for more info.

LOST Small blue suitcase with clothing and tefillin inside Call 718-377-0155 gold bracelet on Oct. 2 845.274.7380 Small round diamond fell out of setting in Evergreen parking lot or store on 9/25.Reward 406-3110. mclaren sroller, black. 845659-8863

FOUND small USB in a rented car with 2 names on a document ‫אליעזר‬ ‫ ארי’ קליין‬- ‫ בלייער‬please call 845-274-7838

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CHAIRS

Clothing for twin girls 347.988.4885 baby bassinet, perego carriage, outdoor gate, porter crib, baby chair, and more please call 347578-2113 (5pm-8pm) Free furniture - Dining room table/chairs, breakfront,kitchen table/ chairs, student desk, oriental rugs. Call (845)548-1599. Some extra esrogim for cooking Esrog jam. Call 356-3515

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MECHITZAS

COAT RACKS

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‫שמחת בית השואבה אין בית המדרש מגדל השן 'נארטערן מעטראפאליטען'‬


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‫מכון לבר מצוה גאראנטירט‬ ‫א פערזענליכע אויפמערקזאמקייט‬ ‫פאר יעדן תלמיד באזונדער‪ ,‬וועלכער‬ ‫וועט אי"ה זיין העכט גליקליך‪ ,‬צופרידן‬ ‫און דערהויבן‪ ,‬מיט געטריישאפט‪,‬‬ ‫צוגעלאזנקייט און איבערגעגעבנקייט‪.‬‬

‫מכון לבר מצוה׳ס ציל‬ ‫אז דער בחור זאל אריינקומען אינעם‬ ‫עול התורה והמצוות מיט די ריכטיגע‬ ‫ידיעה אין פארשידענע מקצועות‬ ‫ההלכה‪ ,‬וועלכע ווערן אקטועל ביי די‬ ‫בר מצוה‪ ,‬אזוי ווי הלכות תפילין זימון‬ ‫עליה לתורה ומפטיר‪.‬‬

‫כמה מעלות טובות‬ ‫ביי מכון לבר מצוה‪:‬‬

‫א חסידישע‬ ‫בחור‪...‬‬ ‫‪...‬מיט א ברייטקייט אין די ידיעות‬ ‫פון הלכות תפילין ‪ /‬זימון ‪ /‬שליח‬ ‫ציבור ‪ /‬קידוש והבדלה ‪ /‬תפלה‬ ‫במנין ‪ /‬קרי"ש בזמנה ‪ /‬קריאת‬ ‫התורה ומפטיר‪.‬‬ ‫‪...‬מלא וגדוש בהלכה ויראה‬ ‫טהורה אנגעזאפט מיט יראת‬ ‫שמים לדבר מצוה ‪ /‬מידות טובות‬ ‫בין אדם לחבירו ‪ /‬הכרת הטוב‬ ‫ודרך ארץ לאביו ואמו‪.‬‬ ‫‪...‬מיט אן אחריות אויף יעדע דבר‬ ‫שבקדושה ‪ /‬דאווענען מיט מנין‬ ‫כהלכתה ‪ /‬אריינטראכטן אין‬ ‫פירוש המילות ‪ /‬ברהמ"ז און‬ ‫קרי"ש שעל המטה פון‬ ‫אינעווייניג‪.‬‬ ‫‪...‬מיט א געשמאק א חשק א חיות‬ ‫און אן ערנסקייט‪.‬‬

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‫די טיר‬ ‫צו אייער פולסטע‬

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‫הצלחה‬

‫מזאגן עדותסאויטףיזישע‬ ‫דראצלחות!‬ ‫ה‬ ‫יערע‬

‫מיר וועלן אי"ה לערנען‪:‬‬

‫מחזור מ"א‬ ‫מאנסי‬

‫‪ 15‬אינהאלטסרייכע שיעורים‬ ‫יעדן דינסטאג אווענט‬

‫פון ‪ 7:00‬ביז ‪11:00‬‬ ‫אנגעפאנגען בעזהשי"ת פון‬

‫דינסטאג פר' וירא‬

‫ ערלעדיגן זאכן וואס זענען אומבאקוועם‬ ‫אבער וויכטיג פאר אייער הצלחה‬ ‫ מחשיב זיין און אויסנוצן אייערע אייגענארטיגע‬ ‫כוחות און געדאנקען‬ ‫ אנהייבן און אויספירן נייע פראיעקטן‬ ‫ האבן די שטארקייט צו רעדן צו מענטשן‬ ‫וואס זענען איבער אייך (בעה"ב‪ ,‬נדבן‪ ,‬וכדו')‬ ‫ האלטן א דרשה פאר א גרויסע ציבור‬ ‫מיט שטארקייט‪ ,‬קלארקייט און זיכערקייט‬

‫‪ .2‬מענטשליכע באציאונגען‪:‬‬ ‫ ווערן אנערקענט אלס א מער פריינטליכער מענטש‬ ‫ בויען שטארקע קשרים מיט אנדערע מענטשן‪,‬‬ ‫געבויעט אויף נאמנות‬

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‫ זיך דורכקומען אויסגעצייכנט מיט אלע סארט מענטשן‬

‫בעלי בתים און בעלי השפעה‬ ‫מענעדשער'ס און מנהלי המוסדות‬ ‫ארבייטער און סעיל'ס לייט‬ ‫מלמדים ומגידי שיעור‬

‫ צוברענגען אז מענטשן זאלן "וועלן"‬ ‫קאפערירן און מיטארבייטן מיט אייך‬ ‫ פארבעסערן די שלום בית און בויען גאר א‬ ‫שטארקע קשר מיט די אייגענע קינדער‬

‫‪ .3‬השפעה און קאמיוניקאציע‪:‬‬ ‫איבערגעגעבן בס"ד ברוב כשרון ותבונה דורך דעם‬ ‫בארימטע מומחה בתורת הנפש והצלחה‬

‫הרב יודל מעלבער‬

‫שליט"א‬

‫מנהל המכון‪ ,‬יועץ ומדריך‬

‫רופט שוין‬

‫פאר מער אינפארמאציע און צו פארזיכערן אייער זיץ‬

‫‪845-459-5548‬‬

‫ איבערצייגן אנדערע אנצונעמען אייערע‬ ‫געדאנקען און געפילן‬ ‫ משפיע זיין אויף אנדערע אז זיי זאלן "טוהן"‬ ‫וואס איר האלט באמת אז עס איז ריכטיג‬ ‫ אויפבויען די כוחות פון אנדערע דורך געבן‬ ‫ריכטיג אנערקענונגען און לויב‬

‫ קריטיקירן אנדערע און דאך נישט שאפן‬ ‫קיין שלעכטע געפיל‪ ,‬נאר דאנקבארקייט‬ ‫ זיך באנוצן עפעקטיוו מיט די שפת הגוף והקול‬ ‫צו מאכן די געוואונטשענע רושם און השפעה‬

‫‪ .4‬סטרעס מענעדשמענט‪:‬‬ ‫ פארשטיין און קאנטראלירן נעגאטיווע סטרעס‬ ‫און פארדינען פון פאזעטיווע סטרעס‬ ‫ זיך צוגרייטן פאר שווערע מצבים‬ ‫צו פארמיידן די אנגעצויגנקייטן‬ ‫ אנגיין אין אומבאקוועמע מצבים‬ ‫ זיך האלטן רואיג און בלייבן אין קאנטראל‬ ‫אפילו אין גאר שווערע מצבים‬ ‫ מאכן קלארע און ריכטיגע החלטות‬ ‫נאכ'ן דורכגיין שוועריקייטן‬

‫‪ .5‬עפעקטיווע מנהיגות‪:‬‬ ‫ ווערן א שטארקע מנהיג‪ ,‬צו זיצן אין‬ ‫די דרייווער'ס זיץ פונעם אייגענעם לעבן‬ ‫ נעמען אחריות און קאנטראלירן דעם טאג‪,‬‬ ‫און ווי אזוי מענטשן פירן זיך אויף צו אייך‬ ‫ פירן זיך מיט אנדערע דורך סעלף מאטיוועישאן‬ ‫און סעלף קאנטראל‬ ‫ קענען טוישן די נישט ריכטיגע עטיטוד‬ ‫און התנהגות פון אנדערע‬ ‫ האבן מער צייט אין טאג דורך האבן קלארע‬ ‫פראיארעטיעס און אנקומען צו אלעס‬ ‫דורך גוטע טיים מענענדשמענט‬

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