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פרשת שמיני כ"ו ניסן תשע”ח
A LIFETIME OF GIVING Remembering Monsey’s beloved Mrs. Ruchel Werczberger a”h SEE EXTENDED ARTICLE NEXT WEEK
WITH THE RIGHT BAKING GADGETS, PERFECTION IS A PIECE OF CAKE A statistical look at the goodies of our local bakeries
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RE: A MESSAGE FROM THE TRENCHES (Inbox, Issue 142) Thanks for an amazing publication! It’s great that we can share information and tips in a kosher forum. Before yom tov, someone wrote a letter regarding eating disorders. The last few years, I’ve been dealing with a someone who is struggling, l”a. She is a regular high school girl who is fighting with this horrible mental monster. Life has come to a crashing halt for her and for all around her. It’s terrible to watch a girl ruin herself, her body and everything that’s going good for her because of a voice inside of her screaming that she is “fat” and “yuck-looking.” We, as friends and relatives, don’t have the know-how and right words to help her in the best way possible. Begging and forcing her to eat won’t bring the right results. Many don’t realize how rampant this disorder is in the heimishe community. I would like to take this opportunity to publicly thank the wonderful organization, Magen Avrohom, that helps us day to day with this struggle. It is unbelievable how far they’ll go to help every individual struggling with anorexia. They provide and guide us with doctors, mentors, therapists and rabbanim. They speak to and help those who struggle, as well as parents, siblings, teachers and anyone involved on how to achieve recovery. What we at one point
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RE: A WORD OF CAUTION (Inbox, Issue 142) I love The Monsey View and enjoy looking through its pages every week. Before Pesach, I especially enjoyed the recipes; they’re great for everyone, and especially for those of us who use very few ingredients on Pesach. I’d like to comment on a letter in which someone wrote against using goat’s milk for babies in favor of formula. I’d like to inform your readers that goat’s milk is very similar to mother’s milk. I have two children who grew up on goat’s milk, as did many babies years ago, and they are all perfectly healthy. If you get organic, raw goat’s milk, then it’s without a doubt much better than formula. It’s just more expensive and has a bit of a smell, but otherwise, it is most definitely the best choice for babies. A Reader
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I HAVE A FRIEND BAILA* who became a baalas teshuvah when she was twelve years old. She is now in her thirties and a mother of a growing family in Lakewood. I once asked her how people respond to the fact that she became frum by choice. One response that she has heard countless times, but which never fails to shock her, is the question why someone would choose to become frum. I asked Baila why she did choose to become frum, and her answer came from a high place: She wanted to grow close to Hashem and live a life of kedusha. Having concluded that she wanted to live a life of kedusha, she realized that she would have to find out what it was that Hashem wanted from her, and then do it. She has been doing it ever since. Knowing Baila for as long as I have, I was not surprised that she had been thinking these thoughts at such a young age or that she followed through for over twenty years. What did surprise me was that there are people who grew up frum, yet do not understand why a person would give up a secular life to choose a life dedicated to Torah. It means that there are people who do not recognize the vast treasure in their own hands: that we can all become kedoshim! It says in this week’s parsha, “Ki Ani Hashem hama’aleh eschem mei’eretz Mitzrayim… vih’yisem kedoshim ki kadosh Ani — For I am Hashem Who brought you up from the land of Mitzrayim to be your G-d. Therefore, be kedoshim, for I am kadosh” (Vayikra 11:45). What does it mean to be kedoshim? We may have images of a kadosh as being someone who davens with great kavanah and who refrains from speaking lashon hara. These are wonderful qualities, but are these two qualities necessary — and if so, are they enough? If a person truly wants to be kadosh, she must look to the Torah to find out how. Baila wanted to be kadosh, and she understood that she must look to the Torah to find the way. In the above pasuk, what is the Torah teaching us regarding how to become kedoshim? To explain the word “hama’aleh” in this pasuk, Rashi cites the Tanna Dvei Rabbi Yishmael in the Gemara Bava
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Metziah (61b) that it would have been sufficient for Hashem to “bring us up” from Mitzrayim even only so that we should no longer eat insects. Think how astounding this is: If Hashem would have brought us out of Mitzrayim and not given us the Torah, chas v’shalom, and if we’d have no mitzvos other than refraining from eating sheratzim — this alone would have been enough of a zechus for Hashem to have redeemed us! We all know that it is important to avoid eating insects, but how many of us are aware of just how important it is? Indeed, the previous pasuk points us in the same direction: “Ki Ani Hashem Elokeichem… — For I am Hashem your G-d, and you shall sanctify yourselves and be kedoshim, for I am kadosh, and you shall not defile yourselves through any sheretz that crawls on the ground” (Vayikra 11:44). The Ohr Hachaim Hakadosh states that this is a promise from Hashem that if we do our part to be kedoshim by avoiding such contaminants, then Hashem will make us kedoshim by ensuring that we do not consume them even by accident. The Ohr Hachaim then cites the Gemara in Chulin 4 that Hashem ensures that even the animals of a tzaddik do not eat anything that the tzaddik himself would not eat. Before Pesach, my family carefully washed and checked every single leaf of lettuce for the Seder. Insects are tricky, however, and may jump from the unchecked pile of leaves to the checked pile. Therefore, we each held up our lettuce to the overhead lights and rechecked them at the table right before Maror — and one of my daughters found an insect on one of her leaves! Imagine if we had not checked and rechecked our lettuce — then she might have eaten the infested leaf, chas v’shalom, at the very meal that commemorates our having been raised up out of a life of eating such contaminants to our neshamos! When you consider how much is asked of us in becoming kedoshim, it can seem like an impossible task. Thankfully, Hashem does not ask more of us than that we do everything in our power to be kadosh — and He will make sure that we are.
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State Senator Brad Hoylman, who introduced the bill, praised Cuomo for his support and noted that often it is fathers who step up when it comes to messy parental duties. With no changing tables available in men’s rooms, fathers can be forced to diaper their baby on the bathroom floor, said Hoylman. Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul said that the legislation will ensure the health and safety of children statewide. “As a mother, I’ll never forget the stress of being out in public and in desperate need of a changing area for my children when they were babies,” said Hochul. “This is an area where state government can play a role in alleviating some of the everyday burdens faced by parents.”
Long-Awaited Bond Provides Greater Safety for Spring Valley Firefighters and Residents AFTER YEARS OF WORKING with outdated and dilapidated equipment, Spring Valley firefighters are heaving a sigh of relief with the purchase of a new fire truck and all-new turnout gear and radios for all 70 members of the volunteer brigade. The sorry state of affairs at the Spring Valley Fire Department caught media attention two years ago, reported NBC News. Funding for the much-needed improvements had gotten caught up in the village’s internal politics, leaving firefighters in the county’s busiest department facing growing dangers on every call.
With a $1.3 billion bond approved by the village, all of the department’s vehicles are now equipped with technology that provides GPS and hydro locations as well as emergency information and building maps. Firefighters were also outfitted with new bailout systems that would allow them to escape dangerous situations in taller buildings. “This new equipment helps us stay safer, helps the village people be safe and it helps us better serve them,” said Fire Department Spokesman Aaron Lerer.
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Yields 3 medium loaf pans When I was first introduced to this cake, I was told that it’s the closest thing to kokosh cake. I don’t agree with that one, but a meltaway does make a deliciously rich and heavy cake. The extra steps it requires are worthwhile.
BATTER 6 cups flour
1½ cups orange juice
3 cups sugar
2 T. flour
1¾ cups oil
4 tsp. baking powder
3 T. vanilla sugar
½ tsp. cinnamon
CHOCOLATE MIXTURE ¾ cup oil
1 cup cocoa
¾ cup hot water
1¼ cup confectioners’ sugar
DIRECTIONS 1. Using a beater, combine first four ingredients until crumbly. Set aside 2¼ cups of crumbs. 2. Add rest of ingredients to remaining crumbs. Mix until well-combined. 3. In a separate bowl, mix chocolate mixture. Remove 1 cup and set aside. 4. Pour remaining chocolate into batter, forming two circles around the batter. Allow to stand for 10 minutes. Gently run a knife around the chocolate to push the chocolate mixture into the batter a bit. 5. Work with one pan at a time. Place it lengthwise in front of you, and pour in a third of the batter, while moving it back and forth. This will result in a beautifully striped marble effect. 6. Sprinkle reserved crumbs over each cake. 7. Bake on 350° for 50 minutes to an hour. 8. Remove from oven and sprinkle with a heavy coating of confectioners’ sugar. 9. Put reserved chocolate mixture into a bag, snip off a tiny corner and drizzle cakes with chocolate.
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BATTER 12 eggs
2. T. vanilla sugar
¾ cup orange juice
3½ cups sugar
1 cup oil
4 cups flour
4 tsp. baking powder
CINNAMON MIXTURE ½ cup brown sugar
⅓ cup flour
3 T. cinnamon
3 T. oil
1 T. coffee granules
DIRECTIONS 1. Preheat oven to 350°. 2. Beat eggs with sugars until batter is light-colored and volume increases. 3. Lower speed and slowly add oil. 4. Add flour/baking powder and juice, alternating between dry and wet ingredients and finishing with the flour mixture.
5. Place half of the batter into a lined deep 10”x16” pan.
8. Sprinkle half of the cinnamon mixture on top of batter.
6. Mix first four ingredients of the cinnamon mixture in a separate bowl.
9. Gently pour remaining batter on top of cinnamon.
7. Break coffee granules by rubbing with hands, and mix with the rest of the cinnamon mixture ingredients.
10. Sprinkle the remaining cinnamon mixture on top of batter. 11. Bake for 1 hour and 15 minutes.
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This cake is half the work and double the presentation. One quick batter gives you two different cakes. They are both dense, cookie-bar style, and are the perfect yeshivah fare as they do well without a freezer.
BATTER 1¾ cups oil
2 T. vanilla sugar
2 cups sugar
5 cups flour
1¼ cups brown sugar
1 tsp. baking powder
1 tsp. baking soda
FOR BLONDIE Mini chocolate chips
FOR BROWNIE 1 cup dark cocoa White glaze 1 cup confectioners’ sugar 1 T. oil
2 T. hot water
DIRECTIONS 1. Preheat oven to 350°. 2. Mix oil with sugars. Add eggs and then rest of ingredients. Do not overmix. 3. Pour half of the batter into half of a cookie sheet. 4. Mix cocoa into rest of the batter and place into other half of the cookie sheet. Batters should be side by side. 5. Sprinkle mini chocolate chips over the light batter, and bake for 35-40 minutes. 6. Remove from oven and allow to cool. 7. Mix ingredients for the white glaze until smooth. Add a bit more water if necessary. 8. Pour glaze into a sandwich bag. Snip off corner and drizzle over brownie. 9. Cut blondie into bars and brownie into squares.
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We all grow up with our own mesorah from our parents. Nonetheless, today people are always looking for ways to improve the chinuch of their children beyond what they themselves learned. As much as they value and follow their mesorah, people recognize the importance of remaining cognizant of the changes in society and the changes of the generation, and they adapt their chinuch accordingly. The Nesivos Shalom writes in the name of Reb Elimelech of Lizhensk, zt”l, that the pasuk in Parshas Noach, “Yeish tzaddik hoyah b’dorosav,” can be interpreted to mean that in every generation there is a root of a certain mitzvah that must be fixed more than other mitzvos. “For example,” writes Reb Elimelech, “in our generation we need to fix the mitzvah of tzitzis more than other mitzvos.” The Nesivos Shalom then explains that today we no longer have tzaddikim like Reb Elimelech, zt”l, who clearly instructed his generation in the mitzvah that required special rectification. However, we can still look for signs that will point us in the right direction. Our Sages teach us that when trying to figure out which is the specific mitzvah of the generation, people should look to see for which mitzvah there seems to be an awakening during their generation and for which one people merit siyata d’Shmaya in a very special way so that whoever works for it sees success. This would be the specific mitzvah of the generation, the one we need to concentrate on and the one that will fill our avodas Hashem with kedushah. Looking around today and seeing all the nisyonos we are having in our generation, it is clear that Yiddishe chinuch requires special focus and attention. At the same time, in today’s fast-changing and quick-paced society,
even when parents try their best, the dust that is raised by the speed with which we move seems to affect us all very much. As such, the challenges demand a constant awareness of the different types of “dust,” many of which did not even exist in previous generations and now require new chinuch tools and methods. Only through an awareness of these challenges can we prevent our generation from falling. After World War II, many Yidden lived in DP camps as they waited for someone to help them find their place on earth. In all these camps, shuls were erected for those who
spection, they could see the words written on the shmatte: Mi laHashem eilai! Just like Moshe Rabbeinu had called out after the Chet Ha’egel, the Rebbe was now calling out to his fellow survivors. Realizing what the Rebbe was representing, a group of Yidden ran toward him. They spontaneously formed a circle around him and began dancing and singing joyously. There were always different winds with “dust” blowing in different directions. As confusing as this dust can be, we parents must remember that, no matter in which direction the wind is blowing, we must act as leaders — the leaders of our children. Many times, when Hashem wanted to count Klal Yisroel, the Torah lists all the names of the families. This reminds us of our roles as parents and leaders, urging us to always remember our great responsibility to carry on the mesorah — not just as a generation of our family, but also as a generation of Klal Yisroel. About 25 years ago, on Motzei Simchas Torah, I was zoche to be in the house of the Bobover Rebbe, zt”l. When he heard that I came all the way from Lvov, Ukraine, he said, “You are the nekamah for Stalin and Hitler, yimach shemam.” I wondered what his words meant. After all, we were not the only family that survived the war. I then came to understand his words to be a mission statement. The Rebbe wanted to point out the
nist party. Then there was a group of Americans carrying their flag of freedom, which promised that anyone willing to work hard could have all their dreams fulfilled. “Build your life with your own hands!” they urged. “Become an American!” Finally, there was the Zionist group, promising freedom through the fulfillment of the dream of “Medinat Yisroel.” They promised relief from exile, a sanctuary where everyone can still be Jewish, even if they didn’t observe Shabbos or keep the Torah. All that was needed to be Jewish was a commitment to live in
Even when parents try their best, the dust that is raised by the speedwith which we move seems to affect us all very much. were looking to have a close relationship with their Father in Heaven. Once, when the Klausenberg Rebbe, zt”l, was sitting and learning in one such makeshift beis medrash in the DP camp, a chassid suddenly ran into the room. “Rebbe, Rebbe,” he called excitedly. “Look what’s going on outside!” The Rebbe immediately jumped up from his chair and ran to the window. There he observed a strange sight, as groups of people carrying different flags were entering the gates of the DP camp. Each group was promoting a different type of freedom for all the brokenhearted people in the camp, many of whom had lost their families, their emunah and their very identities during the difficult war years. There was a group of Russians promoting their version of freedom under the flag of communism. They promised a world where everything belongs to everyone and everyone can have all their needs filled, without the need to believe in anything or even know who you are. After all, everything belongs to the commu-
Israel! Seeing what was unfolding outside, the Rebbe ran to the closet and pulled out a broomstick. Then he took a shmatte and quickly wrote some words onto it. Finally, he took a sefer Torah from the aron kodesh and ran outside. As the confused and broken survivors took in the scene around them, they suddenly saw the Klausenberg Rebbe appear with a broomstick and a shmatte that served as his flag. Upon closer in-
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great responsibility each of us carries to ensure the future of our generation. Though we may stumble at times, this should be the goal we strive to achieve. In Parshas Vayeira, the Torah describes how the three malachim came to Avraham Avinu as guests and how he served them. On the pasuk that describes how Avraham sent his son Yishmael to shecht the ox, Rashi Hakadosh explains that Avraham wanted to be mechanech Yishmael in the great mitzvah of hachnosas orchim. The Gemara Bava Metzia (86b) discusses this incident and explains that Hashem repaid Avraham Avinu for each act that he did on his own by giving something to Klal Yisroel without a shliach. This Gemara teaches us an important lesson. If Avraham Avinu would shecht the ox himself, it would not only help Klal Yisroel gain another hashpa’ah directly from Hashem, but would still be considered a great chinuch moment as well. From here we see what a great responsibility we carry to teach our children by our own example. This is the most important part of Yiddishkeit. As it says in Avos: “On three things the world stands: on Torah, avodah and gemilas chasadim.” Every Yid is the world that needs to stand on those things. Every child is watching his parents closely and seeing how they behave in each of these three areas. By devoting ourselves to these mitzvos and setting an example for our children, we can influence them to also stand firmly in these areas and continue the powerful chain of mesorah. All of us need chizuk. The next few articles in this series will discuss other key factors and practical advice so that we have the tools to be mechanech our children, and with Hashem’s help, build strong Yiddishe homes.
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How about trying your hand at something enjoyable, thrilling and entertaining? Welcome spring with this deliciously cheerful beginner-level cake, iced with buttercream. Mix and match colors as you please if youâ€™d like to display this cake at a special occasion, or dress it up with a message for a personalized creation. Before you begin, clear a large surface area and cover it with a disposable plastic tablecloth so that when youâ€™re done, all you have to do is roll up your mess and dump it all in the garbage. April 11, 2018 / THE MONSEY VIEW / 77 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484
Supplies 1. Two reusable 8- or 9-inch round aluminum baking pans with straight walls (not walls that are on a slant) Using 8-inch pans will result in taller cakes. 2. 8–10 piping bags, disposable or reusable 3. Straight-edged, preferably metal, spatula
Baking the Cake Mocha Bundt Cake The cake featured here is simple to make and delicious, but feel free to substitute with any cake of your liking. Before you begin preparing your ingredients, spray your baking pans with baking oil spray (oil combined with flour) and stick the pans into the freezer until the batter is ready. This will ensure that your cakes slide right out of their pans after they are finished baking.
4. 3 couplers 5. Wilton tips 2D, 2F, 224 or any other small drop flower tip, 199 or other star tip (like 18 or 21, for instance), and 2 or 3.
Ingredients: • 4 eggs • 2 cups sugar • ¼ cup coffee diluted in ¾ cup hot water • 2 T. vanilla sugar • 1 cup oil • 2 cups flour • 2 tsp. baking powder • ¼ cup cocoa
4. Divide the batter equally between two 8- or 9-inch round pans.
1. Preheat oven to 350°. 2. Beat the eggs and sugar until fluffy.
5. Bake at 350° for 30 minutes, or until a toothpick inserted in the center comes out clean.
3. Add rest of the ingredients, and mix until everything is well-combined.
6. Allow the cake to cool for about 10 minutes before flipping the pan to remove the cake.
• Oiling the pan is a very important step when baking cakes that will later be iced. Besides for guaranteeing that your cake comes out of the pan intact, oiling the pan also seals in the crumbs on the outside of the cake, preventing crumbs from mixing with the icing and messing up your cake. • For a taller cake you may want to make double the recipe to get at least three cakes. The extra batter can be used for cupcakes.
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Preparing the Icing Classic Buttercream Icing This will give you about 5 cups of icing.
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Ingredients: • 2 cups shortening • 2 tsp. vanilla extract or other flavoring • 8–9 T. water • 2 lb. (2 boxes) confectioners’ sugar
Directions: 1. Beat the shortening, flavoring and water until combined. 2. Add confectioners’ sugar and mix until all ingredients have been thoroughly combined. Blend for another minute until the icing is creamy. This will result in a medium consistency that will be just right for creating the flowers on the cake. 3. Remove 2 cups of icing and put aside. Leave remaining 3 cups in the mixer. 4. Add 3 teaspoons of water to the icing in the mixer to create a smoother consistency. This part will be used to ice the cake. 5. Cover your bowls until the icing will be used to prevent a crust from forming on your icing.
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Note: To check the consistency of your icing, stick a knife or straight-edged spatula into your bowl upright and let go. In mediumconsistency icing, your knife or spatula will remain standing, though it may move a little. In smooth consistency icing, your knife or spatula will slowly fall over to the side. If your icing is too stiff, add a teaspoon of water at a time until you reached the desired consistency. If it’s too smooth, add ¼ cup of confectioners’ sugar at a time and remix.
Layering the Cake I used Baker’s Choice Nougat Schmeer ‘N Bake cream between the cakes, but feel free to use any store-bought cream or your favorite homemade recipe.
Directions: 1. Place one of your cakes on the plate or board that you want your final cake to be displayed on. If one side is bumpy and the other side is flat, place the flat side up. If your cake is higher in the middle, trim it before layering. (For easier assembly, place your cake on a Lazy Susan covered in foil or saran wrap so that it remains clean. Putting your cake on a Lazy Susan will give you easy access to all sides of your cake while you stay in place.)
2. Fold over the first 2 to 3 inches of the top of the piping bag to create a cuff, fill it with the smoother buttercream, and trim the tip. You should have an opening that is about ½ inch wide. (If you will be using a reusable bag, put a tip 9 or 10 onto the bag, or just a coupler if you don’t have tip 9 or 10.) 3. Image 1 Pipe a ring of icing around the top edge of your cake. The icing should not extend over the edge. 4. Image 2 Using a spoon, spatula or knife, completely fill the inside of the ring of icing with the cream you’d like to use in between the layers of cake.
5. Image 3 Top the creamed cake with the second cake. Make sure to keep the flat side on top. 6. Images 4 and 5 If you will be adding a third cake, repeat steps 3-5. If not, simply set the cake aside until you’re ready to ice it.
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Icing the Cake To achieve the monochromatic (same color in different shades) look this cake features, follow the instructions below. (If you prefer to use one color instead, follow the instructions up until step 7, and simply cover the entire cake and not just one-third. Then continue with steps 15–20.) This part is most likely the most difficult part of the entire project, so don’t become intimidated if you find it less thrilling than you’ve imagined; it’ll be a lot more fun soon! Some professionals ice their cakes twice purposely. While the first layer locks in all the crumbs and may have crumbs mixed into the cream, the second layer is the pretty, clean layer that guests will see. If you find yourself struggling to keep the crumbs away, know that you can always do one thin layer, in white icing, all around your cake, wait until it dries, and then continue with the second and final thick layer of icing. If you choose to ice your cake twice, prepare an additional half of the icing recipe above.
1. Refill the bag you used with the smoother cream (or just start another bag). If you used a disposable bag, cut the hole bigger so that you have a hole that is ¾ to 1 inch wide. (If you will be using a reusable bag, use the bag without any tip or coupler on it.) 2. Image 6 Pipe rings of icing on top of your cake starting from the outside in until the entire surface is 85 to 90 percent covered in icing. It is okay if there are some spaces between rings of icing.
3. Using a straight-edged spatula, or the straight edge of a butter knife if you don’t have a spatula, slowly flatten and smooth the icing on the surface of your cake. Be very gentle when you do this, and don’t flatten your cream all the way down to the cake. You should do this using a back-and-forth motion rather than big strokes across the entire cake. If you spot any crumb that got into the cream, remove it right away. The icing doesn’t have to look perfect yet, though; we will get back to perfecting it at a later point during the icing process. 4. If your bag needs a refill, fill it up with more cream now.
5. Image 7 Pipe a ring of icing around the sides of your cake. The ring should be a bit below the top of the cake. If your cake is a tall one, you should pipe a second ring of icing a bit below the first ring of icing. 6. Image 8 Holding your spatula at a 90-degree angle (straight up), flatten the icing around the sides of your cake. Move your spatula in gentle back-andforth strokes and make sure to cover the area all around your cake. There is no need to flatten the
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cream because only the top third needs to be covered at this point, though it’s okay if a little more gets covered. 7. Image 9 After you finish step 6 you may notice an extra crown of icing adorning the top of your cake. Use your spatula to flatten that crown, and re-smooth the top a final time if you find it necessary. 8. Divide the remaining smooth icing into two parts; one part should have slightly more than the other part. 9. Tint the larger part peach. To get the peach color in the featured cake, color the icing pink first, and then add yellow, a bit at a time, until you’re happy with the color. 10. Take a bit of the peach icing you just prepared and mix it with the other part of white icing. You should now have icing in two shades of peach. 11. Put one part icing into one piping bag and the other part into another piping bag. 12. Image 10 Starting with the lighter shade, pipe rings of icing around the cake to cover the second third of the sides of your cake. 13. Image 11 Using your spatula in a back-and-forth motion, flatten and smooth the icing all around your cake. 14. Take the darker shade of icing and repeat steps 12 and 13. 15. Image 12 Take a spatula, preferably one that is as tall as or taller than your cake, and smooth the icing around your cake until you see one flat layer. You should do this with gentle back-and-forth strokes. You may need to apply pressure to flatten bumps and the divisions between colors, but remember that being gentle is the key here. 16. Let your cake set until it is clean to the touch, which means that your finger won’t get cream on it (though grease is fine) when you touch it. 17. Images 13 and 14 Once the cake has set, cut a piece of parchment paper that is slightly larger than
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the top of your cake. Gently place the parchment paper on top of your cake, and using your spatula, lightly press the cream down all over. Don’t apply too much pressure, but do press down to smooth the bumps on the cake. The top of your cake might be ready before the sides so you can do the top and wait before doing the rest. 18. Carefully peel off the parchment paper. 19. Cut another piece of parchment paper that is a bit taller than the height of your cake. Place this piece around your cake. It should hug the walls of your cake, though it doesn’t need to go all the way around. 20. Image 15 Take your spatula, and hold the thin side against your cake. Smooth the icing all around your cake, pressing gently, and then peel off the parchment paper. Repeat until the icing all around your cake has been smoothed.
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Decorating the Cake Now that your cake is completely iced, you’re ready for the really fun part! This cake features a variety of drop flowers and stars. Drop flowers are created by using a specially designed drop flower tip. All you need to do is squeeze cream once to get a flower. You may choose to copy the cake featured or play around with your own tips to create your own design. You definitely do not need the variety of tips that have been used in the pictured cake to achieve pretty results. If you’ve never created drop flowers before, practice making some flowers on a different surface before you begin piping flowers onto your cake.
Directions: 1. Start by dividing the 2 cups of medium-consistency cream that you’ve prepared earlier into as many bowls as colors you’d like to use. 2. Color the icing in each bowl. 3. Tips 2D and 2F will create bigger flowers and should be placed directly into the bag without a coupler. Once the tip is in the bag, trim the tip of the bag to expose about a third of the tip. 4. Create a cuff and fill the bags with the colors you’d like the big flowers to be. 5. Images 16 and 17 Start by piping flowers in random places in an imaginary moon shape framing your cake. 6. Image 18 To create the flowers pictured in the
first, third and fifth row, simply squeeze cream out of the bag, release the pressure, and lift the bag. 7. To create the flowers pictured in the second, fourth and sixth row, squeeze cream out of the bag while simultaneously turning the bag clockwise from an imaginary 12:00 to 3:00. 8. For the remaining smaller tips, you may use a coupler if you have one, or simply put the tip into the bag and trim the tip of the bag to expose a third of the tip. 9. Image 19 Fill each bag with the color you’d like to use, and pipe smaller flowers and stars onto the top of your cake to fill in the imaginary moon shape framing your cake. 10. Using tip 2 or 3, pipe dots in the center of each flower to complete the cake.
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I’ve always assumed the idiom “as easy as pie” refers to a task that’s as easy as making pie.
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ICING TIPS STORAGE ↓ Are your multi-dozen icing tips constantly getting lost due to lack of proper storage? Crafts storage containers make for exceptional icing tips storage! With so many options out there, one trip to the crafts store will get all your baking tools under control. In a similar fashion, nuts-and-bolts containers (toolboxes) are cheap and easy to come by too! → Darice® 17-Compartment Bead Organizer Approximately $3.00
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MONSEY – Seven years ago, Harvard psychologist David H. Rosmarin, Ph.D., arrived in Manhattan to provide a haven of evidence-based treatment based on spirituality. The Center for Anxiety [www.centerforanxiety.org] instantly filled a growing need by delivering quality treatment to a surprisingly underserved orthodox NYC population. With Dr. Rosmarin’s unique approach and personality, it didn’t take long for the Center for Anxiety name to become synonymous with professionalism, cultural sensitivity and state-ofthe-art care for a broad range of psychological and mental health complaints. When the organization opened its Flatbush office in 2014, the new space was greeted with great enthusiasm, and became a go-to address for mental health concerns among adults, adolescents and children. Now, the Center for Anxiety has opened its newest location in the heart of Monsey, at 222 Route 59. The brandnew location represents yet another indication of the community’s rapid growth over the past decade, further laying to rest the claim that one must look and travel outside of the community for quality mental-healthcare. The new Monsey office offers the same high-quality care that has come to be expected from the Center for Anxiety brand. While initially launched in 2011 as a practice focused on anxiety and obsessive-compulsive disorders, the organization has expanded to meet the needs of the community while treating a host of mental health disorders; including anxiety, panic disorder, OCD, depression, eating disorders, borderline personality disorder, insomnia, tics and Tourette syndrome, school refusal, separation anxiety and ADHD. With their unique approach, clinicians incorporate the very latest in evidence-based psychotherapy with a strong emphasis on the protective factor of spirituality. It was with great excitement that the Monsey office welcomed Dr. Laura Vraney, Psy.D., a Harvard trained expert in the treatment of eating disorders, as a full-time staff member. Eating disorders are a real problem in our community and the Center for Anxiety is deter-
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mined to bring the highest quality care to the Monsey community in the areas of our greatest need. The clinic offers a number of free community services, including OCD support groups for sufferers and family members, psychoeducation lectures, and parenting series. A fully staffed group facility, the Monsey office offers individuals the opportunity to benefit from a team of professionals with the infrastructure to deal in-house with crises and psychopharmacology, while offering treatment using all of the latest modalities; including CBT, DBT, ACT and more. “Spirituality, ruchnius, can be a vital resource to those suffering from mental health concerns,” says Dr. Rosmarin. “Most people don’t realize that they do not need to lead anxious lives since there are simple, non-pharmaceutical strategies to implement that can have a rapid impact,” he adds. And when he says rapid, he means it. One of the most popular treatments the Center offers is individualized intensive outpatient program (IOP). This novel treatment program offers evidencebased treatments for crisis situations and complex psychiatric conditions, often helping patients to avoid psychiatric hospitalization, and also as a stepdown from a hospital stay in order to ease transition back to day-to-day life. As well, the IOP approach can provide relief from specific phobias (e.g., fear of flying, driving, or animals), panic disorders, social anxiety, or OCD in a period of just two to ten days. Dr. Rosmarin’s pioneering research at Harvard on the relevance of spirituality and religion to mental health and treatment has broken ground across the globe. His published manual titled Spirituality, Religion, and Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy: A Guide for Clinicians has been used as a guiding text internationally across both university and clinical settings. The innovative integration of spiritual concepts into evidence-based psychotherapy has changed the lives of hundreds of people throughout the orthodox community. All patients who visit the Center for Anxiety receive a comprehensive, structured diagnostic interview including an assessment of their emotional, physical and spiritual functioning. Additionally, new patients are also entitled to a free 30-minute consult to better understand which treatment options would best fit their specific needs.
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ALL GOOD THINGS TAKE TIME Watching your little mischievous toddlers turn into mature, successful people, designing your much longed-for dream kitchen — and baking bread. Yup, baking bread. A really good batch can take up to ten days! Before you officially delegate me to the shlimazel and dysfunctional balebuste category, let me clarify: Sourdough bread, unlike its standard counterpart, needs time to cultivate and grow before it can be baked into those heavenly, scrumptious loaves. WHAT’S THE BIG DEAL? Let’s contrast modern bread-baking with traditional sourdough bread. In standard bread-baking, people purchase a laboratory-produced, selected strain of yeast, called baker’s yeast, or active dry yeast. This yeast isn’t the greatest option for bread-making. First, bread made from commercial yeast easily becomes stale. More importantly, it has to work quickly or it gets overtaken by wild organisms. Also, it is pretty picky about its environment, and will only work well in one
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that’s optimal; the temperature must be just right and it can’t abide acidity, so you won’t have the presence of lactobacilli. Consequently, bread made with baker’s yeast won’t offer the neutralization of phytic acid or enzyme inhibitors, because that job is performed by the lactobacilli. On the other hand, consider the yeasts (and accompanying bacteria) that produce sourdough bread. It is an ecosystem of wild yeasts and beneficial bacteria that work together to add B vitamins to grains, break down gluten for better digestion, and neutralize phytic acid and enzyme inhibitors. The sourdough starter’s organisms are much more versatile with regard to temperature or other conditions, and the bread doesn’t get stale as quickly. The bottom line? The fermentation process pre-digests the flour, releases vitamins, minerals and other nutrients, and adds enzymes and probiotic bacteria into the finished product. Baked goods made out of sourdough is easy to digests for babies, the elderly and often, even for people who are intolerant to gluten.
STARTING YOUR STARTER All sourdough foods begin with a sourdough starter: an active colony of wild yeasts and lactobacilli suspended in a batter of flour and water. Begin by gathering your materials. For your sourdough adventure, you will need: 1. Water. To begin a starter, I encourage you to use mineral-rich, filtered, chlorine-free water. You might be able to make it work with tap water, but it’s always wise to give the starter the very best environment in which to grow. 2. Flour. Organic, whole flour is always a better option, but not necessary. The best results for a sourdough starter are attained with rye flour, but really any type of flour can be used. 3. Container. Initially, you will be working with small amounts of flour and water. Using a small glass jar allows for easier stirring and provides the perfect window for bubble-watching! Later on you will need to transfer it to a gallon-sized jar or bowl. 4. Utensils. You will be doing a lot of stirring, so get out that vintage wooden spoon. Technically, you can use any spoon from your silverware, but I do recommend that you stay away from reactive metals such as copper, brass, aluminum, iron and lead.
Ready, set, go! Take ¼ cup water and 3/8 cup (¼ cup + 1/8 cup) flour and mix them well in the small jar. Cover the jar loosely with a thin cloth, and put it in a warm place, between 65
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and 85 degrees Fahrenheit. After 12 hours, you might be able to see a few bubbles in the mixture, as the yeasts and bacteria have multiplied. This is all happening at a microscopic level, and there are so many yeasts we couldn’t possibly count them! But it’s not nearly enough for a strong culture, so we must feed our starter to keep the yeasts multiplying. Do so by adding ¼ cup water and mixing it in well. Then, add 3/8 cup flour and mix vigorously. Loosely cover the mixture and put it in a warm place for another 12 hours. At the end of this second 12-hour shift, there will be more than sixty times the amount of yeasts and bacteria as before! Still, we need a higher concentration of yeasts. To keep the starter from overtaking the house, discard half of the mixture before feeding it for this third shift. Add the previous amount of water and flour, stirring well. After another 12-hour period, there will be more than 15 million organisms in the starter! Once again, discard half, add water and flour, and stir. After the fourth feeding, it will have over 850 million live organisms. Continue with this routine every 12 hours until your starter consistently shows signs of frothy, bubbly life, grows double in size between each feeding, and is at least one week old. Your sourdough starter is now ready to use! Your starter will become, in a way, like a special member of the family. You feed it, watch it grow, and this living, thriving, bubbling pot of goodness can bring much delight. Note: If, after day three or more, your starter does not show much activity by 12 hours after its discard/feeding, try giving it a good stir without discarding and feeding. Sometimes this pause gives the organisms a chance to catch up and the starter an opportunity to take off.
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Let’s Bake! Patience is key when baking sourdough bread. You wait for the starter to mature. You wait for the dough to rise. Sometimes you have to wait longer than the recipe says and daven a little. The end result, though, is well worth it.
Honey Whole Wheat Bread Yields two loaves Ingredients • 1½ cups sourdough starter (any starter works for this recipe; rye, whole wheat, spelt, etc.) • 2 cups water • ¼ cup honey • 2 large eggs • 6 T. coconut or palm oil (or oil of choice) • 6 cups (divided) whole wheat flour, plus extra for kneading (this recipe is very versatile; any flour can be used, even combinations of different types of flours) • 2 tsp. sea salt Directions 1. The night before you plan to bake, make a sponge by mixing the starter with the water and 3 cups of flour. Cover and leave at room temperature overnight. 2. The next morning, stir the sponge before beginning. Then add in the honey and eggs, stirring until incorporated. 3. Add the remaining flour, salt and oil, and use a stand mixer with a dough hook to fully mix the ingredients. 4. Allow the mixer to knead the dough for 7–10 minutes, adding more flour as necessary. The dough should still be sticky and pourable, nothing like conventional bread dough. 5. Cover the dough with a towel and set it aside to rise. Sourdough takes longer to rise than commercial yeast, so expect it to take anywhere from 2 to 6 hours, depending on the strength of the starter and the heat in your kitchen. Have patience! 6. Oil two small loaf pans (8”x4” is best, but 9”x5” also works; the narrower, the better). 7. Once the dough has doubled in size, pour it into the loaf pans. Cover the pans and put them in a warm place to rise again. 8. When the dough has risen at least to the top of the pans (it takes 1½ to 3 hours), position a rack in the middle of the oven and preheat to 375°. 9. With a sharp knife, slash the top of the loaves down the center, then bake until they are honey brown, 35–40 minutes. Be careful not to overbake this bread or it will be dry. 10. Carefully remove the loaves from the pans and let cool completely on wire racks before slicing. Storage: To keep the crust crunchy, just store the entire loaf out in the air. Once cut, you can stand it on the cut end to keep it fresh, or just give up on crunchy crusts and put it all in a bag or other airtight storage. The loaves last one to two weeks at room temperature, depending on the heat and humidity in your house. It also freezes well.
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• SHLOIMY’S BAKERY • Most popular item:
• BLACK AND WHITE BAKERY • • Newest Bakery in Monsey
Rugelach Most popular item: Specialty item:
10 new items being introduced for Shavuos
Napoleon Rollard Cake Specialty items:
Delectable dairy line, which includes mouthwatering confections like cheese balls, dairy threecolored cake, carrot roll, rollard cake
A trend that has come and gone:
Busiest day of year:
Buyers used to pick up their bagels at the bagel shop, and now they do so at Rockland Kosher
Busiest day of year:
• Leftovers are donated to a yeshivah • Oven in Rockland Kosher can fit 54 commercial trays • Challos, rolls, bagels and rugelach get baked on premises in Shoppers Haven • The rest of the baked goods get baked at their location in Boro Park on 12th Avenue, with the exception of the fancy cakes, which get baked at their location on 16th Avenue in Boro Park • An average of 8,400 pounds of flour gets used weekly Variety of Challos
Spelt (which taste great!) | Multigrain | Heimishe (bestseller!) | Whole wheat | Water challah | Egg challah
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• There are barely any leftovers as customers want every last bit of goodness • The goods get baked in the Black and White Bakery in the city, which operates 24 hours a day; in the next few weeks, all goods will be baked fresh on premises in Redelicious Supermarket • Interesting recent order: a cheesecake in the shape of a Luchos which was ordered for a kiddush Variety of Pastries
Kokosh cakes | Babkes | Rugelach and danishes | Cheese delkelach and danishes | Cream cakes | Cookies | Miniatures | Dairy and pareve Shabbos platters
• RUGELACH BAKERY •
• SRULY’S BAKERY •
Most popular seasonal item:
Most popular item:
Rugelach specialty donuts
Onion egg kichel
Sruly’s famous heimishe challah, fresh gluten-free muffins, and a delicious spelt line
Busiest days of year:
Hoshana Rabba, Erev Chanukah, Erev Shabbos Hagadol and Motzei Pesach
Busiest days of year:
A day after Pesach, and fast days when people shop for breaking the fast
• Two locations in Monsey
• Leftovers are distributed to needy families
• Specializing in simcha platters and miniatures in both pareve and dairy
• Oven fits 15 trays at once; Goods are baked in smaller batches so that there’s always something warm on the shelves
Variety of Rugelach
Chocolate | Vanilla | Apple | Cinnamon | Raspberry | Onion | Garlic | Coffee | Apricot | Sugar-free | Flaky versions
• Goods get baked on premises in Monsey Glatt and Wesley Kosher Variety of heimishe specialty cookies
Chocolate chunk cookies | Oatmeal cranberry | Coconut pecan | Honey cinnamon | Double chocolate
• ZISHE’S HOMEMADE BAKERY • • Open for over 20 years • Started off with bread, cheese delkelach and some basics Most popular items:
Rugelach (Customers from all over New York come for them!) Specialty items:
Napoleons and cheese delkelach Busiest days of year:
Erev Purim, Motzei Pesach, and of course, every Friday • Leftovers are donated to Edible Leftovers Inc.
• Half of the goods get baked in the four ovens in their former storefront location on Main Street • The items that customers like to purchase fresh out of the oven, like kokosh cake, rugelach, bagels and baguettes are baked on premises in Evergreen • Some of Zishe’s famous unique challos: Parshas Noach Rainbow Challah, Shlissel Challah, Purim clown and fish challos, assorted mini rolls in oneand two-tone, Zishe's heimishe challah, and challah in whole wheat, spelt, sugar-free and gluten-free. Photo courtesy of Black and White Bakery
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• GLAUBER’S BAKERY • Most popular items:
Rugelach, cheese items and challos, although every customer comes in for their special favorite Specialty item:
Birthday pudding cake Busiest day of year:
Hoshana Rabbah Busiest time of week:
Friday morning, and the last-minute rush one to two hours before the zman A trend that has come and gone:
Glauber’s Cinnamon Strips and Cherry Strips, which were once customers’ favorites • Leftovers get distributed to batei medrashim • Everything gets baked on premises in three ovens, each with an approximate capacity of 25 cubic feet
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By: Shevy Hollander
It wasn’t exactly a cause for celebration, but what was probably the most infamous presidential scandal actually has a cake named for it. The Watergate Cake, which was introduced during the Watergate scandal, is full of pistachio nuts with a “cover-up” icing and was all the rage while Nixon was getting dragged through the mud.
The world’s tallest cake stood 108 feet and 3 inches high. It was made in Indonesia by the students of HakasimaNilasari Culinary School.
The Bundt cake has its origins in Yiddish communities in Eastern Europe. In Germany it is traditionally known as bundkuchen (a ring of cake) and is referred to as bund in most JewishAmerican cookbooks of the 20th Century. That’s where Nordic Ware derived the name they gave their pan — Bundt — which became popular in the U.S. in the 1960s.
Due to rising obesity rates, about 29% of U.S. school districts have banned bake sales.
The world’s most expensive cake was baked by Debbie Wingham for a wealthy Arab family. At six feet long, handcrafted with minute edible details and studded with 4,000 diamonds, it was valued at $75 million! (Interestingly enough, the cake’s maker also holds the record for the most expensive dress made, at $5.7 million.)
When President Trump unveiled his inauguration cake, Americans had what to talk about for days, as it was nearly identical to the cake presented at former President Obama’s inaugural event. The owner of Washington’s Buttercream Bakeshop admitted that she was the one to create the cake, and that she had been commissioned to recreate Obama’s cake. TRUMP’S CAKE
O B A M A’ S C A K E
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The cupcake got its name from its ingredients, which were originally measured by the cupful: 1 cup butter, 2 cups sugar, 3 cups flour and 4 eggs. They were also known as “number cakes” or “1-2-3-4 cakes” for this reason. FUN FICTION
What you learned in history class unfortunately seems to be a legend with no basis, according to historians. During the French Revolution, when told that her subjects had no bread, Queen Marie Antoinette is known to have said, “Qu’ils mangent de la brioche” (Let them eat cake). Besides for there being no evidence of her saying this, its improbably is further reinforced by the facts that this quote was around years before her time, and brioche is translated, not as cake, but as a sweet French breakfast bread. CAKE LINGO
“Piece of cake” This idiom, used to express that something is easy or effortless to accomplish, originated in the 1870s when cakes were the reward for winning competitions.
“You can’t have your cake and eat it (too)” A variation of this idiomatic proverb dates back to 1583, when the Duke of Norfolk wrote in a letter that “a man can’t have his cake and eat his cake.” This is used to express the unrealistic expectation of desiring two incompatible things or getting more than is deserved or reasonable, just like you can’t keep your cake and eat it, because once eaten, it is gone.
“Take the cake” While this idiom most definitely has a negative, sarcastic connotation, as in, “That flop just takes the cake,” depicting something outrageously bad, originally, to “take the cake” meant to win a prize.
“Icing/frosting on the cake” This idiom is used when a great enhancement is added to a situation or thing that was already awesome, and is as old as the concept of frosting cakes is.
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ART EXHIBIT Showcasing Our Townâ€™s Talent
Aron Bretter, 9, Rachmistrivka
Hindy Leitner, 11, Bais Esther
Raizy Einhorn, 8, Bais Rochel
Shainy Spitzer, 6
Hindy Brandsdorfer, 6
Miriam Gold, 6, Avir Yaakov
Meir Shulem Horowitz, 5, Bobov
Chevy Dirnfeld, 8, Skver
Zissy W., 9, Bais Rochel
Leah Weissmandl, 7
Sury H., 9
Aron Y. Rottenberg, 5
Yachy Gold, 9, Avir Yaakov
Zissy Silber, 10, Viznitz
Yitty Grunwald, Grade 2, Pupa
Sura Toby Deutsch, 4
Estee Schon, 10, Bais Malka
Mendy Gold, 8, Avir Yaakov
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R. Libby Noe, 10, Toras Emachu
Temmy Halpert, 6, Belz
Zissy E., 10
Leahâ€™la Vogel, 8, Viznitz
Toby Daskalowitz, 11, Pupa
Chaya Leah Steiner, 9, Bais Rochel
Chaya Sury Grunwald, 10, Pupa
Berl Mandel, 7, Munkatch
Nechy Deutsch, 6
Roiza Libby Noe, 10, Toras Emachu
Chaya S. Grunwald, 10, Pupa
Simy T., 12, Viznitz
Rivky Grunwald, Pre-1-A, Pupa
Shaina Liba Perl, 12, Viznitz
Mordechai Grunwald, 10, Pupa
Ruchy Deutsch, 7
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Central Missionary Branch in Sao Paulo All their activities are faltering because of financial problems.
We got a letter requesting funds for the missionary branch in Israel.
Isn’t Tom, the manager of Matok Li, supposed to give them money?
Oh no, I’m soaked, and now the director is mad, and that’s dangerous…
That’s the point!
They described serious difficulties.
It’s all because of Tom’s stupid ideas!
Why’d we give Tom so much money to start a factory if he’s not funding the missionary activities? And why do we need a branch in Israel if it’s just causing losses and aggravation?
Recap: An organizer of the missionary event is terribly aggravated by the problems they’re encountering and deduces that his only choice is to approach the central missionary organization in Brazil for money.
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Write your words in alphabetical order, divided by letter-count in separate columns. Fax or email your word list, together with your total points, by Sunday at 8:00 PM for a chance to win! Include your name, phone number and address.
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7. Sported 8. Cocoon contents 9. Part of a flight 10. Straightens out 11. Pen point 12. Chain letters? 13. “Star-Spangled Banner” preposition 21. Blind segment 22. Pocketbook 25. Fills up 26. Insurance seller 27. Geeky 29. Scuffle 30. Zest 31. Be a busybody 33. Playing marble 34. Place to wash up 35. Cover story? 37. Spiny shrub 38. Difficult situation 40. Marginally 44. Priest of the East
1. Cultivate 5. Bonnets 10. Bring to ruin 14. Shevet 15. Subsurface war vessel 16. Opening time, maybe 17. Foreboding 18. ___ incognita 19. Skier’s transport 20. Panoramic 23. Sing the praises of 24. Craftsperson 28. Blows gently 32. Grammarian’s concern 33. Lawyer’s org. 36. Pigeon’s job 39. Misses 41. American chameleon 42. Cell-phone button 43. Very foolish one 46. It’s often sloppy 47. Part of the leg
48. Sauce with basil 50. Riddles 53. Observatory observations 57. Overjoyed 61. Got down 64. Start of a refrain 65. Pelvic bones 66. Big name in computers 67. Sprite flavor 68. Precisely 69. Greasy 70. Column of boxes on a questionnaire 71. European tongue
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LAUNDRY HAMPER Brown wood, with removable, washable liner for sale $20 obo. Call or text 845-659-1265. STORE RACK on wheels (grid wall) approx 2x6 with hooks @ $50 347 698 3436. INFANT CAR SEAT Excellent condition. only $50 call 845.263.2469
BABY DRESSER excellent price. please call:845-352-2131
MASTER BEDROOM 44” headboards, dresser, mirror, armoire, night table, pls call/txt 845-587-2056
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BUGABOO ADAPTER for graco and other car seats for $30. 352 1671 $200 CREDIT at mom 2 be willing to sell for $175 And 3 brand new frank olive hats for sale. Please call 1845-500-6436 PRE-OWNED STROLLERS In perfect conditionBugaboo, Bugabee, Doona,Uppababy, Maclaren and more… Call 845-5339361 NEW MACLAREN Brand new Maclaren quest denim strollers with rain cover. $250 call 845-533-9361 BRAND NEW LG flip phone for$30 please call 356-6215 MEDELA DOUBLE ELECTRIC PUMP new in box $200 Call:845587-8491
SMALL CLAW MACHINE (candy grab) perfect condition $20 please call 371-8221 7 TIFERES TZITZIS 100% pure wool size 24 v neck 2 holes without tzitzis. call 845-461-3084 GIFT CARD $86 by jcpenney for a good price call 845-461-3084 SKIS good price call 845-461-3084 CAMP DIRECTORS/HEAD COUNSELORS fantastic file available. Call 8452630611. DECORATIVE MIRROR for living/dining room in ornate, elegant gold frame, 3×4 feet. new in wrapping, $150. 845.548.2685 TOYS new train set, used kettler bike with push pole,ride-on toy 352-0810 ACOUSTIC GUITAR Yamaha, model:F325D in mint condition,includes yamaha soft case,yamaha tuner,pick’s. $149,obo.pls call/text(845)596-3312 GIFT CERTIFICATE at Supreme Laser in Brooklyn for $1,000 selling for $700. Please call or text 845-2741909
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HOMES SHISHA REALTY
Beautiful apartments in Yerushalayim avail. for short term rentals. We manage properties as well. Call 718-408-8070 for American Service! Email us at vacation@ shisharealty.com LOOKING TO RENT An apartment in the Bates area for the months of July and August. Please call 201759-9702 FOR SALE ON ELM STREET 3rd Floor flat style unit for sale includes: Kitchen/ Dinette, Dining Rm/Living Rm, 4 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, back porch. Please Call 845659-4531. FOR RENT ON ELM STREET 2nd Floor flat style unit for rent available as of May 1st. Includes: Kitchen/Dinette, Dining Rm/Living Rm, 4 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, back porch. Please Call 845-6594531. HOUSE FOR RENTBOXWOOD LN 6 Boxwood Ln- beautiful and immaculate bi-level home for rent includes: Kitchen, Dining Rm/Living Rm, 5 Bedrooms, 2 full baths, playroom and back patio. No Section 8. Please Call 845659-4531.
FOR RENT ON HORTON Flat style unit on Horton Drive: Kitchen/dinette, Dining/Living Rm, 4 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, Playroom and back porch. No Section 8. Please Call 845659-4531. SUMMER RENTAL Spacious house for rent in New City with optional pool. Please call 917-626-4259 for information NEW CITY 5 bedroom colonial, $2,450/ month, great frum block. Call/Text (862)823-3914 HOUSE FOR SALE by Owner 14 Kingston Drive New Hempstead, 6 bdrms 3 bthrms, .6 acre, 2,876 sq ft, cul-de-sac, $545k call/txt 347-515-1105 CHESTNUT RIDGE House for rent. 3 bdrm +1.5 bath. Great Price 8453773687 4 BDRM HOUSE available to rent for the full summer in Chestnut Ridge. heimishe neighborhood, Call 845.356.2101 Text 917.474.6826 AFTER PESACH GETAWAY Bushkill, pa., 3 bedroom, 2 bath, kitchen, dining room, activities, 845 425 7780 CHESTNUT RIDGE RENTAL 5 bdrm colonial incldngoffice, pesach ktchn, 3 full & 2 half bath, CUL-DESAC, 2 min to shopping, shul. 8452930444 BEAUTIFUL HOUSE available for rent for summer in CHESTNUT RIDGE Monsey 4 Bedrooms 3 Baths 2400 SQF, Nice property, 12 min walk to shul $8500 Call/ Text 973-850-9607 FOR RENT ON ASHEL LN. Walk-in level apartment for rent includes: Kitchen/
RAYIM IS LOOKING FOR RESPONSIBLE, WARM AND ENERGETIC GIRLS TO JOIN OUR AMAZING STAFF IN THE AFTER-SCHOOL AND SUNDAY PROGRAM. IF INTERESTED PLEASE CALL
845-352-7700 #109 LVE MESSAGE dinette, Dining room, 2 bedrooms and 1 bath. Please Call 845-659-4531. 3 ROOM FURNISHED for rent on Jill Lane. Please call 845-826-4928.
3 BDRM; 1 BTH 917 830 6341 2 +1/2 BEDROOM on Elener Ln , C/A, 845.425.8000 1 BDRM FURNISHED WALK-IN, KITCHEN, [wd] renovated, RONALD DR. 845 4257780
2 BEDROOM West Central and West st area, Call 845-445-7436 AIRMONT 3 large Bedroom, optional furnished 347-362-6992
NEWLY RENOVATED 6 room apartment in the park lane area. Please call 239-7108.
4 ROOM in airmont. please call 8458937997
NEW 2 BEDROOM on West. St. Leave message 845-328-0606
SEEKING 2 SUMMER APARTMENTS in the heimish monsey area for july and august please call 347 628 9060
PRIVATE, WALK-IN, furnished, 1 BEDROOM, KITCHEN, ] fixed-up. ready to move, 845- 3764366
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LAG Bâ€™OMER 6 room apartment available for lag bâ€™omer in Tzefas. ground floor, private entrance, fresh & new. great price!!! 845-4254545 HOSTED APARTMENT for shabbosim, simchas etc. Please call 845 263 0611
FOR RENT LARGE AIRY ROOM w/ full bathroom & plenty of closet space. Private entrance. Excellent for office/ single. Stetner St. No kitchen facilities. 845-352-8360 2 NEW OFFICES for rent on Collins. 845.608.7661 BASEMENT ON BUTTERMAN PL. Approx. 1000 S.f. 8 1/2 Ft. ceiling unfinished bas. Pls call 978-571-9768
HELP WANTED FULL TIME OFFICE POSITION AVAILABLE. Perfect Restoration and Cleaning, Suffern office, is looking to hire a full time (40 hour week) office secretary/admin. 3 to 5 years office experience required, Knowledge in
basic computer, Word, Excel, outlook, etc. Self motivated and Able to work independently, Highly organized, and most be able to multitask. Please email your resume to hr@ perfectrestoration24.com Or fax to 1-845-388-1060. Cover letter required for each resume. MANAGER POS. Seeking A Male Manager To Run A Local Retail Store. Great Growth Potential. To email a resume or for more info please email 1091nj@ gmail.com F/T FEMALE EMPLOYEE in a fast paced office. Must be computer savvy, detail oriented and able to meet tight deadlines. Great pay for the right individual. Please email your resume to: email@example.com FLEXIBLE HOURS P/T OFFICE POSITION detailed oriented woman to fill a secretarial position in a one girl office. Candidate should have knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, and QuickBooks. Willing to pay for the right candidate. Email: resumespringv@ gmail.com F/T SECRETARY Basic Computer knowledge and phone skills, will train.
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Great Pay email resume: firstname.lastname@example.org REAL-ESTATE MANAGEMENT OFFICE looking to hire secretaryA/P. Applicant should be proficient in QBooks with great communication skills. Please email resume to ehorowitz@sapphirevent. com Fax:845.474.0048 FULL CHARGE BOOKKEEPER We are a large employer located in the heart of monsey and we are looking for a ft full charge bookkeeper. Must be experienced in bookkeeping. Email nmoeller@gemstarinc. com ARCHITECTURE Monsey Architecture firm looking to hire fulltime draftsperson. AutoCAD proficiency with a passion for design. Email resume/ portfolio to monseyarchjob@ gmail.com RECEPTIONIST Local Mental Health practice looking hire a full time receptionist for day and evening hours. Must have strong interpersonal and organizational skills, the ability to multitask and take initiative. Competitive salary. Send resume to hr@ daaswellness.com.
FULL-TIME ASSISTANT BUYER We are a large employer located in the heart of monsey and we are seeking a qualified individual to join our purchasing team. We are looking for someone who is a fast learner, organized, detail oriented, and possesses proficient computer skills. Email your resume to: email@example.com FULL TIME OFFICE POSITION We are looking to add a dedicated employee to our team. This is an administrative position in a fast paced professional environment. The right candidate will know microsoft office, be detail oriented and have good communication skills. Please email your resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org SECRETARIAL POSITIONS in a fast growing E commerce business at local Monsey location. Proficient in computers a must, graphics experience a plus. Must have excellent English writing and speaking skills. Please email resume to: greatopportunityjob@gmail. com BOOKKEEPER Seeking entry level - mid level bookkeeper in West
Bookkeeping position – Ft/pt FRUM OFFICE IN MONSEY AREA SEEKING TO FILL A BOOKKEEPING POSITION. Ideal candidate should have a year of bookkeeping experience and be skilled in Word and Excel Contact: email@example.com
TARS program is now hiring 12th Grade (age post-seminary girls to work with our young dents 6:00-9:00 p.m. in the evening, 1-2 times a they enjoy exciting educational and therapeutic and outings. Enjoy a fun work environment ifying work as you positively impact lives— at pay! Driver’s license required. information, please call 845-746-7254.
Looking to hire a female for a part time (11:30-5pm) office position. Candidate must have excellent AY HAB OPPORTUNITY: our Fabulous team of staff who make a communication preferred. Please Contact: skills, be detail ce. Driver’s license nfeld 5-5011 E: Eschonfeld@hamaspikrockland.org oriented, organized, with good RESPITE PROGRAM: computer skills. Yiddish speaking a pik is currently hiring high school girls for our Respite Program A rewarding and fun-filled must. Excellent work environment. nce. Good Pay. If interested, please email to Great orpay for the right candidate. firstname.lastname@example.org call 845-425-3421 a detail message
SEEKING COMHAB/RESPITE WORKERS: SEEKING COMHAB/RESPITE WORKERS: STARS HIRING NOW: Looking for a male comhab worker to be a ‘friend’ for hiring 12th Grade (age Looking for a male comhab worker to be a ‘fr The STARS program is now a high functioning teenager day between 3 and 10to work with our young a high functioning teenager every day betwee 18+) every or post-seminary girls pm. Flexible about schedule. adult students 6:00-9:00 p.m. in the evening, 1-2 times a pm. Flexible about schedule. Looking for a male worker man with Looking for a male worker to help a young m week,toashelp theya young enjoy exciting educational and therapeutic a slight physical disability every and morning fromEnjoy 6-8 AM activities outings. a fun work environment a slight physical disability every morning fro and evenings from 6-9PM.and gratifying work as you positively impact lives— and evenings from 6-9PM. plus, great pay! Driver’s license Looking for a female worker to accompany a required. Looking for a female worker to accom physically disabled young every Sunday to please a therapy physically disabled young girl every Sunday to Forgirl more information, call 845-746-7254. appointment in Brooklyn. appointment in Brooklyn. GIRLS DAY HAB OPPORTUNITY: Looking for a fun-loving girl thatour wants to work team with a of staff who make a Looking for a fun-loving girl that wants to wo Join Fabulous disabled young woman. difference Former .camp simcha/hasc Driver’s license preferred. Please Contact: disabled young woman. Former camp sim counselor preferred. Weekends and possibly every day. counselor preferred. Weekends and possibly ev Esty Schonfeld Looking for an experienced mature woman to assist a Looking for an experienced mature woman t P :845-425-5011 E: Eschonfeld@hamaspikrockland.org new mother with newborn care and light housekeeping. new mother with newborn care and light hous SUNDAY RESPITE Looking for a girl to take out a young boyPROGRAM: from new Looking for a girl to take out a young boy f Hamaspik is currently hiring high school girls for our square on Monday, Wednesday and Friday aftern square on Monday, Wednesday and Friday afternoon. Sunday Respite Program A rewarding and fun-filled Looking for a female worker to work with a very low Looking for a female worker to work with a Good area. Pay. If interested, please email to functioning teenager on weekends. Francis ar functioning teenager onexperience. weekends. Francis Respitegirls@hamaspikrockland.org or call 845-425-3421 Looking for girl to take out a young girl with lots of Looking for girl to take out a young girl wi and leave a detail message If interested, please send your resume to medical issues on Sundays. Individual should have medical issues on Sundays. Individual sho email@example.com, g-tube experience or willing to OPPORTUNITY: train. g-tube experience or willingor to train. PACE Looking for a woman/girl to help a low functioning 5 Looking for a worker to take out a young boy in new worker to take call 845-425-3421 andLooking leavefora amessage . out a young bo year old girl, every evening, from about 8:00-10:00 P.M. square on Shabbos. square on Shabbos. Job also involves some light housework. Please call 845- Please contact our Comhab Coordinator at Please contact our Comhab Coordinator at 845-503503-0214. 0240 or email firstname.lastname@example.org 0240 or email tmermelstein@hamaspikrock
Hamaspik is looking to hire a Head-Staff for our Sunday Respite Program. Individual must be creative, organized, have great communication skills, and a fun personality. Hours are Sun. 9:45-2:00.
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g for a woman/girl to help a low functioning 5 girl, every evening, from about 8:00-10:00 P.M. nvolves some light housework. Please call 845.
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Nyack. Email resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. HELP WANTED Real Estate/construction firm looking to hire a fulltime female secretary for bookkeeping. Candidate should be well versed in Microsoft office and quick books. Great Potential for the right individual. Please email resume to remanagement@ gmail.com HELP WANTED: Property management Company in Rockland County looking for a P/T (1-5 p.m.) secretary. Requirements: Excellent verbal and written communication skills, Effective interpersonal skills, Time management and multitasking skills, Proficiency in Microsoft Office and QuickBooks. Experience preferred. Please call 347-546-9291 or send resume to info@ ramapomanagement.com OFFICE 20 minutes from Monsey is looking to hire a customer service rep to schedule communicate and assist customers and sales people
on the road. Yiddish and English speaking required. Excellent communication skills a must. Has to be highly efficient and organized. Well paid for the right candidate. Transportation provided. Cannot be your first job. Email resume to email@example.com HELP WANTED Looking for a creative, capable individual with perfection to detail to work part time w/ option for full time, should be a quick learner. Please send info to firstname.lastname@example.org GROWING HOME CARE AGENCY is seeking an intake home care coordinator for a full time position. Excellent work environment and great pay. Experience preferred. All female environment. Please email resume to info@ horizoncares.com HEIMISHE SPRING VALLEY OFFICE is looking for a girl to fill full-time secretary position. Applicant should be efficient, detail oriented and able to multi-task. Basic computer and good phone skills a must.
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Must be fluent in Yiddish and English. Good environment and great pay. Email your resume to position2896@ gmail.com BUSY INSURANCE OFFICE looking to hire girl to grow with our company. Email resume hr@adlersinsurance. com, fax 845-356-5690 GRAPHIC DESIGN INTERN I am looking to intern as a graphic designer. Interested? Email me at monseyintern@ gmail.com. P/T SALESGIRL must have good computer knowledge of excel, word etc. Data entry, people and phone skills. Willing to train. Hours needed Sundays 11:30 to 6 Mon to Thurs 2 to 6:30 917-549-7449 SALES POSITIONS Frum Company located 30 minutes from Monsey is seeking full-time inside and outside salespeople. Experience selling major appliances is a big plus. Requirements: • Minimum 2-3 years working experience • Excellent communication in English (Yiddish speaking
a plus) • Computer skills (QuickBooks, Excel, Email, Typing) • Must have own transportation. Email resume to ib@msappliances. com NEW YORK LIFE Expanding Our Sales Team. Individual Must Desire To Build A Career, Full Training And Support Provided 845-639-5216 Or dglick@ ft.newyorklife.com VOLUNTEERS NEEDED/ AVAILABLE To volunteer to feed the sick or elderly, OR if you are in need of this service, Please call 845-352-1016 LOCAL BAIS YAAKOV HIGH SCHOOL looking for qualified experienced teachers for Psychology, Earth Science, Global Studies and Computers. Email resume to email@example.com FEMALE SPECIAL ED TEACHER for the remainder of the 20172018 school year and beyond. New York State Certification required. jobresumes613@ gmail.com, Fax: 845-352-
oups // services 3375. Phone: 352-3307 ext. 119 LOCAL MONSEY YESHIVA looking for maintenance supervisor to oversee all aspects of physical campus. Email resume to MonseyYeshivaJob@gmail. com MONSEY YESHIVA seeks capable f/t secretary with strong writing and computer skills. Please send resume to monseyyeshivajob@gmail. com GS TEACHER Clifton Cheder/BY of Clifton seeks GS teachers (lower grades) for our growing school for 2018-19. Masters & experience required. Warm & supportive working environment. must have own transportation Email firstname.lastname@example.org. MORAH POSITION BY of Clifton (Passaic area) seeks 2nd grade Morah with prior classroom teaching experience. Great work environment. Competitive salary. must have own transportation Email resumes to hsvei@ cliftoncheder.org.
REBBE POSITION warm, dedicated and creative Rebbi to teach Pre-1A Kinderlach I”YH next Sept. Excellent opportunity. Please call 845.352.8470. FEMALE AIDE Female aide needed for special needs classroom. Full time position. Good working environment. email@example.com. Fax: 845-352-3375. Phone: 352-3307 ext. 119 CHEDER D’MONSEY’S NEW BRANCH seeking morning kindergarten Morah and full-time assistants. Please send resume to chedernewbranch@gmail. com or call (845) 362-7700 ext. 188. CAREGIVER Elderly couple in Monsey looking to hire live-in help for assistance in companionship and light housekeeping. Very good pay. Please call: 845.352.2999 or 845.826.0697
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 night hours in your home. references available. please call 845.499.9272
SERVICES CHILDBIRTH EDUCATION CLASSES To join the next class please call 845-426-0931. Tzippy Tauber CD (DONA) Certified Birth Doula
WARM HEIMISHE BABYSITTER currently accepting overnights and weeklies. Loads of toys and undivided attention. 845-263-4529
DASSY PHOTOGRAPHY Newborns, Upsherin, family portraits and more. Professional editing! Free digital album! Gift certificates available too. (845)-517-9920/(845)-5040934
BABYSITTER AVAILABLE on Francis Place. Also taking Sunday drop-ins. Please call 845-352-1016
EXPERT ALTERATIONS and fitting by Esty Krauss. Located in Suzzane area. call or text anytime 845-662-5931
EXPERIENCED BABYSITTER near Bais Rochel and Bais Yaakov. Slots available for ages 0- 18 months. Affordable monthly rates! 862 505 9546
DOULA Experience the gift of birth with a doula attuned to you. reasonable rates. Sarah 845327-3068 pinknbluedreamz@ gmail
AFTERNOON PLAYGROUP Warm experienced Morah 2-2½ year olds. Mon-Thurs 11:15am – 4;15pm, Viola Rd Area. Please call Morah Michli 845-641-3052
De-Stress Before Pesach With a Much Needed Massage! *Deep Tissue *Pregnancy *Swedish *Reflexology NY/NJ Licensed Call/Text Sarah: 845-596-1373
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jobs@NailItHandyman.com NailItHandyman.com 5”,6”,7” Gutters Copper and aluminum gutters Over 30 colors 845-782-4473 firstname.lastname@example.org
Gutter Guard Installation
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info please call us at (845) 520-5445 SHAIMOS
We do pick ups all year round - schools shuls homes. 845-461-3084 PEARL RESTRINGING
Expert & reliable service. Free pick up & delivery. 845-352-5013
Warehouse space available in Monsey for rent, total of 3,200 sq.ft., 24’ clear ceilings, Loading dock, Great location. Please call 845-425-8775 or email Chaya@opalrealty.com to schedule a viewing. NS ELECTROLYSIS Permanent. Painless. Now in Monsey w/ yrs of experience! Thermolysis, galvanic, or blend. Half off first session w/ ad. Call Nechama 646-8565498 TURNING 65? Medicare Supplement Insurance – advice and sales. Mrs. R. Schwartz- licensed agent -845.263.0617 – email@example.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 FACE PAINTING BY FAIGY’S FACES Engage your crowd. Upsherins. Day Camps. Promotional events. Lessons and demonstrational activities too. Contact Faigy, 845-825-2985,Info@ faigysfaces.com,InstagramFaigysfaces10 מיין פלאץ Every kid is one caring adult away from success! New small groups forming now in exercise , music and extracurricular. For more
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ATTENTION MOTHERS Are your children’s books getting ripped up and dirty? BOOKS FOR KEEPS will repair them to last a lifetime! Each page protected in a plastic and a new strong cover! 347-721-4403 UPSTATE CONSTRUCTION GROUP We do all bigger construction jobs in the upstate area. Fully insured. References available. 845.662.3395 INVITATION PRINTING For all your invitation needs from start to finish. Including Wedding, Bar Mitzvah invitations, thank you cards and envelope addressing. Info@ purpleprintingny.com 845682-1333 SPEAKERS TO RENT for all your Simches & more, We also have a mp3 system. call 845.579.5467
THE BALLOON CORNER Helium balloons for all your occasions. We accommodate late night calls. Viola area 845-596-0375 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 MATH ANXIETY? I can help! All ages. All levels. Regents, SAT Prep, CLEPS, AP courses. Linda 845.538.5319 DRUM LESSONS BY SHMUEL KLAVER Monsey’s most experienced Shomer Shabbos drum instructor. Lessons ($45 & up) given in your home or my studio, to boys or girls ages 10-adult, beginners to professional. Call (845) 459-9935 GUITAR LESSONS by Moshe Klaver, for beginners of all ages. Very motivating and patient teacher. References available. (845) 746-0925. Shomer Shabbos
im MRS. STEIMAN’S DANCE STUDIO SPRING SEMESTER Begins Sunday April 15, 2018. To register please call 845425-0535 ARTISTIC? Rivkys Art Workshop for women, girls, boys. Call now 845-356-6629 SEWING COURSES for women by professional sewing teacher. call or text Sew-n-style Academy 845531-3232 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 GUITAR LESSONS Experienced instructor will teach women and girls how
to play in ten lessons. Years of enjoyment guaranteed! 845-356-1113 PIANO AND KEYBOARD LESSONS children and adults beginners to Advance for more info please contact Yisroel at 718-790-8659 973928-3476 ARE YOU GRIEVING … the loss of a close person in your life? Is the pain overwhelming? Are you finally ready to heal? Get full relief in just 35 days! call 845445-8252. WEIGHT LOSS R u serious about losing weight NOW? Support group for ladies with a nutritionist forming every tuesday @11 for 12 weeks. Call for details 5166682865. Limit 12 people
HAIRCUTS: Haircuts and hairstyling for all occasions (Bluefield –Union area) Please call (after 3:00) 845-371-5906 DASA TRAINING A Dignity for All Students Act Training for school professionals seeking NYS Certification will be given on Sunday, May 13th from 7-10 PM. Cost is $90.00. To register, please send an email to YTTRIEGER@GMAIL. COM.
ODDS AND ENDS HEIMISHE MOISED seeking donations of toys, arts & crafts, or supplies, in good condition. Tax deductible. Please call 845500-3100
HEIMISH YOUNG COUPLE looking to adopt baby/young child. Text/call 347-461-1914 TRANSFORM! Get ready to live life stress free!! Iyh thurs. @ 10:00 a.m. 641 715 0700 pin 549732 playback 641 715 0709 pin 549732 ref 1-82
GEMACHIM MONSEY GOWN GEMACH mother and sister gowns size 0-12, by appointment only. 845-426-7496 or 845-3523031. FLORAL BISOMIM for your Simcha - 845-6292785. DVD/VIDEO GEMACH DVDS and portable players for sick and homebound
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Attention working and high school girls:
SHOE GEMACH All sizes, white kalllah shoes. Proceeds go to tzedakah. Call\Text 845-200-0211
8-10. $250. Call/text 845-2718415.
TOY GEMACH Keep all the children busy by your simchas with tons of lego and clicks. Call Sussman @ 845-578-6513
Black wedding dress size 12 for married sister very slenderizing Call 270 5202
Size 12-14 Black and white dress. call 845.521.8818
GEMACH Tablecloths for your Simchos. Call (845) 371 2105
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תלמידים פון "מכון לבר מצוה" בהנהלת הרב משה זאב פאנעט פארהערן זיך אויף גאנץ הלכות תפילין ביי הרה"ג רבי יהושע לייפער נשיא מכון עוז והדר
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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.
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