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NEW HOME, CRISP LINEN // A beautiful linen closet is only a few steps away!

FREE ISSUE 145 APRIL 25, 2018

‫קדושים‬-‫פרשת אחרי‬ ‫י' אייר תשע”ח‬

TIME TO MAKE YOUR MOVE

MEET THE MOVER

Tips for relocating with ease

A peek of the profession

BEYOND THE CAKE Unique ideas with which to welcome your new neighbor

Publisher:

YOEL ITZKOWITZ Editor in Chief:

D. GORALNIK Content Director:

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Week in Review

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RE: PREVENTING SHATTERED GLASS (Inbox, Issue 142) I’d like to inform readers that there are other options when it comes to replacing glass refrigerator shelves. Home Depot sells wire shelves that can be perfectly cut to fit many shelf frames, and this can save consumers a lot of money. C.W.

CLARIFYING INTUITIVE EATING (Re: The Inside Edition, Issue 142) I was taken aback by the most recent Nutrition by Tanya column about Intuitive Eating (IE). Mrs. Kovacs writes that IE “basically professes to just eat when you are hungry and stop when you are full, with no dieting, structuring or planning.” This description is inaccurate and misleading. I would encourage her to read the IE book written by registered dietitians Elyse Resch and Evelyn Tribole and further educate herself about IE. What she is describing is not IE. Intuitive Eating is more than a two-word description; it is a complex and involved process that teaches people, among other things, how to be attuned to their bodies, how to recognize hunger and satiety cues, how to cultivate a joyful relationship with exercise, and how to eat in a way that honors one’s health and nutritional needs. It has 10 principles that are explained in detail in the book and isn’t as simplistic and distilled as it was described in your magazine. As the authors say, Intuitive Eating takes into account the “dynamic interplay of instinct, emotion and thought” and isn’t just “eat whatever you like,” as Mrs. Kovacs reported. Furthermore, Mrs. Kovacs states that “Intuitive Eating is all but impossible.” I wonder if Mrs. Kovacs is aware of the more than 80 studies validating Intuitive Eating as an evidence-based process. In fact, Intuitive Eating is so beneficial that it is the top treatment used for emotional eating issues as well as Binge Eating Disorder. Intuitive eaters have

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peace with food, better health, lower and more stable BMIs, and lower levels of anxiety than dieters. So to state that Intuitive Eating doesn’t work is false and not an evidence-based position. Countless therapists, dietitians and nutritionists across the world use the principles of Intuitive Eating in their work, and there are tens of thousands of individuals who can attest to its effectiveness. I would encourage any reader who wants true freedom with food to explore IE as well as any of the countless non-diet books and other resources available. Health and happiness, Yaffi Lvova, RDN

I recently read your article discussing Intuitive Eating and how the author suggests it doesn’t work. As an Intuitive Eating–practicing Registered Dietitian, I would like to clarify some misleading points. “Intuitive eating professes to just eat when you are hungry and stop when you are full.” Honoring your hunger and respecting your fullness are only 2 of the 10 Intuitive Eating principles, which are: 1. Reject diet mentality 2. Honor your hunger 3. Make peace with food 4. Challenge the food police 5. Respect your fullness 6. Discover the satisfaction factor 7. Honor your feelings without using food 8. Respect your body 9. Exercise; feel the difference 10. Honor your health All 10 principles of Intuitive Eating, which take into consideration your physical, emotional and mental well-being, need to be integrated for one to become an intuitive eater. “...with no dieting, structuring, or planning.” While Intuitive Eating rejects diet mentality, it embraces meal planning if it will sup-

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did command all men, and thus Nadav and Avihu, to have children. They made their own calculation as to what they believed would be the best way to serve Hashem, but what they needed to focus on instead was what Hashem had actually asked of them. I once heard a story about a man who had a yeshivah. He approached a gadol, and the gadol asked him if he had paid all of his teachers. He replied that he had not paid them for several months. The gadol asked if the yeshivah owned its building, and the man replied that yes, they owned the building. The gadol instructed him to sell the building and pay his staff. Incredulous, the man replied that if he sold the building, he would no longer have a yeshivah! The gadol admonished him, “Hashem never commanded us to have a yeshivah, but Hashem does command us to pay our workers on time!” In Parshas Shemini it states, “And Moshe said, ‘This is the thing Hashem has commanded; do it, and the kavod of Hashem will be revealed on you” (Vayikra 9:6). The Kotzker Rebbe explains that the Bnei Yisroel were yearning to ascend to even higher madreigos, so Moshe Rabbeinu told them that the way to grow in madreigos is by doing the mitzvos, as commanded, and automatically, the kavod of Hashem will be revealed upon us. We do not have to do anything special to make it happen. We ask Hashem to “remove Satan from before us and behind us.” Clearly, we do not want to be blocked from moving forward in our avodas Hashem, but what would be the problem with being pushed from behind? Often we feel a great yearning to grow close to Hashem, and the yetzer hara can take advantage of this, causing us to “overthink” what our job is and conclude that we are meant to come up with creative ways to serve Hashem. This may lead to us “serving” Hashem in inappropriate ways. In fact, everything that Hashem wants from us has been spelled out in the Torah. Anything else is a distraction from the job we have been given. So the next time you feel you want to do “more” to serve Hashem, focus on what you are already doing, and try to do it better.


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Acknowledging Error in Recent Mailing, East Ramapo To Be Sending Corrected Postcards for Upcoming School Board Elections AN ERROR IN A POSTCARD sent out to every household in the East Ramapo Central School District mistakenly informed all voters that they would be casting their ballots in this year’s school board election at the same location: Chestnut Ridge Middle School. With the district stretching approximately nine miles from the northernmost portions of Pomona south to Chestnut Ridge, the error would have required many residents to make a significantly longer trip than usual in order to be able to vote in the upcoming elec-

tions, prompting many to express concern. Once made aware of the error, the East Ramapo Central School District immediately announced that new cards with the correct information will be sent out to all voters, directing them to their proper polling place well in advance of the May 15 elections. The East Ramapo Central School District serves over 28,000 students, including approximately 20,000 yeshivah students who attend well over 60 different schools.

Gas Prices Hit Three-Year High A NEW REPORT RELEASED by the Automobile Club of America said that gasoline prices have hit their highest point since the summer of 2015, with no relief in sight. Current gas prices in the United States averaged at $2.71 as of April 16, 18 cents more than just one month ago and 30 cents higher than last April. The spike in prices is related to a number of factors, according to AAA spokesperson Jeanette Casselano. “Expensive crude oil prices, unrest in the Middle East, strong domestic demand, record production rates and global oil supply surplus have created the perfect

storm to drive spring gas prices toward new heights,” said Casselano. According to the AAA, the upward trend will continue into the summer. “Consumers can expect gas prices to increase another 5 to 10 cents this season, but the national average is not expected to reach the $3 mark,” said Casselano. Locally, several gas stations are selling fuel at just below the national average, clocking in on April 22 at just under $2.70 at two gas stations on Franklin Turnpike in Mahwah and at $2.69 at Costco in Nanuet.

Bear Mountain Takes Honors as Most Beautiful Spot in Rockland WHETHER YOU HAVE been a Monsey resident for one year or twenty, it’s hard not to fall in love with the magnificent aesthetics of our hometown. The most beautiful place in Rockland County? According to Upstate New York, that honor goes to Bear Mountain, with its picturesque river views, miles of hiking trails and scenic vistas, especially those that can be seen from the Bear Mountain Bridge. Other nearby prizewinning spots include Storm King Art Center in Orange County, the hamlet of Livingston Manor in Sullivan County and Ulster County’s Mohonk Preserve. Feel like taking a trip down to the city? Check out the statuesque Brooklyn Bridge, the Snug Harbor Cultural Center and Botanical Gardens in Staten Island, Gantry Plaza State Park in Queens, Central Park’s Belvedere Castle in

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Recipes and food styling: Rivka Weiss Because we unfortunately have no Beis Hamikdash, we miss out on the significance of Pesach Sheini. Some have the minhag to eat matzah to commemorate the day in some way. I always try to incorporate matzah into my meal to serve as a reminder of where we really want to be on this special day. May we be zoche to celebrate it in Yerushalayim and still bring a Korban Pesach this year.

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Matzah Lasagna

This is much quicker and easier to handle than slippery lasagna noodles, and the taste is rich, smooth and cheesy.

INGREDIENTS 1½ cups (½ jar) pasta sauce 2½ cups (10 oz.) shredded mozzarella cheese 1 cup whipped cottage cheese 5 square matzos, regular or whole wheat

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DIRECTIONS 1. Combine 1 cup pasta sauce with cottage cheese in a small bowl. 2. Spread 3 tablespoons pasta sauce in baking pan. Lay one matzah over sauce in pan. 3. Spread ¼ (½ cup) of the pasta/cheese mixture over matzah. Sprinkle with ½ cup mozzarella cheese. Repeat matzah/pasta mixture/ cheese layers another three times. Place last matzah on top, and spread remaining pasta sauce over it. 4. Bake at 350° for about 35 minutes, tightly covered. Sprinkle remaining ½ cup mozzarella cheese over top and bake uncovered for 10–15 minutes, until cheese is melted and lightly browned. 5. Cut into squares. Note: Can be made with shmurah hand matzah. After assembling, allow to stand for a while before baking to soften matzah


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S’mores and Bark

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FOR S’MORES: • Quickly drop marshmallows and chocolate chips onto chocolate.

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• Preheat oven to broil. Place s’mores onto baking sheet, and broil for 3–5 minutes until marshmallows begin to brown

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Hiring Movers While do-it-yourselfers have no problem packing up their stuff, renting a U-Haul and hiring some handy day workers for a thrifty move, the majority of the population likes to have their move professionally done to save on stress and damage. When choosing a moving company, keep the following in mind:

• Only use registered, licensed movers. Inquire with the company to make sure they have an assigned USDOT number and are fully insured. While a less professional moving company may entice you with cheaper rates, it won’t be worth it in the event of damage. • Find a moving company that fits your needs. Every customer has different needs and unique personal property. Moving companies are eager to work with you, but you must be very clear about what you want. Tell them what you own, how you need it all moved, and if you need packing services or other special requests. The better a moving company can satisfy your requests, the happier everyone involved will be. • Shop around. Just because your neighbor used a certain company does not mean that you must use them, too. Get an estimate from at least three companies as prices and services do vary. • Get your estimate in writing. To avoid headache and heartache, show the estimator everything you intend to move inside and out of the house. Remember to note any special conditions at either location that

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Packing It All Up Packing? No problem! I’ll just put everything in boxes! But packing well is not so simple. Start early, and take the time to do it right. You’ll thank yourself later. Getting tired of packing? Convince yourself that you don’t like the rest of your stuff…

• Boxes, boxes and more boxes. No need to pay for them, though! Save your grocery order boxes and have your neighbors donate theirs to your worthy cause. Collect them from the receiving department of local stores. Check the free giveaway listings in local papers

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for people who recently moved and are giving away their boxes free of charge. Wherever you get them from, reinforce the tape at the bottom, and make sure to leave some for last-minute items.


• Fill each box completely. When things have the extra space to move about, they can get damaged. Make sure each box is sealed well, and label it clearly on all sides so the movers will know where to put it in your new home. While using a Sharpie to label the boxes works fine, try color-coded tape, which makes it very easy for yourself and the movers to see exactly in which room each box needs to go. • Know where your belongings are. Take an extra few seconds to list, on the outside of each box, the items you packed inside. This is not necessary for the movers, but will make things much easier for you when your toddler will need her stuffed rabbit ASAP and you are eyeing 69 identical boxes… • Cut down on boxes. Use suitcases, laundry hampers and storage containers as part of your moving supplies. Send nothing empty. • Save space by vacuum packing. Housewares stores sell large bags that can be filled with bulky items like blankets, coats and out-ofseason clothing. A vacuum cleaner can then be used to suction out all the air and seal the bags flat to a fraction of their size. • Never pack towels. Use them to wrap and protect fragile dishes and stemware. • Avoid finding broken dishes. Use appropriately sized foam plates between Corelle or china dishes to avoid cracks and other disasters. It may take up lots of space, but you’ll know that your dishes are safe. • Pack clothing smartly. Most moving companies will supply wardrobe boxes for your hanging clothes. To save on space and keep them safe, bunch clothing together into groups

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of 5 to 10 hangers and slip a garbage bag over them from the bottom up (long clothing can be gently folded upward). Then tie the bag at the top around the hangers. Neat and easy! • Stretch wrap (available at housewares or hardware stores) is a must-have item for packing. It can be used for fragile items, small appliances, silver, books and just about anything for easy and protective packing. According to most movers, you can even leave things in your furniture drawers if they’re wrapped well with stretch wrap.

• Defrost your freezer in advance. Otherwise, if it drips in the truck, it may damage your goods. • Keep valuables with you. It is not advised to send jewelry, expensive silver pieces or other valuables with the movers. Bring them to your new home yourself. • Pack a box with essentials. You’ll want these within easy access right away, without having to rummage through 18 boxes to get them. Pack items like trash bags, paper goods, phone chargers, toilet paper, personal items, etc.

Moving Day The big day has arrived! Plan for success by being prepared.

• Ensure truck space at both locations. This is especially important if you share a driveway/entrance. • Keep kids safe. While kids love to be part of the fun and watch movers in action, they should get a designated spot to watch the spectacle and be out of the movers’ way. • Give your movers a house map. Show them exactly where each room is, corresponding to the labels on your boxes. It is also advisable to give them a room plan so they can see where to place and set up furniture pieces. • Be courteous to your movers. Although they are getting paid (and tipped), it is still polite to offer them a cold drink. Give clear instructions if needed in a considerate manner. They are working very hard!

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The movers have left, the house smells fresh and inviting, and you now have to tackle the mountain of boxes. Enjoy the new chapter, have an easy adjustment with neighbors and buses, and remember: Home is where the heart is, even though you can’t remember in which box you packed it!

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cial refrigerator and freezer from Williamsburg to a local mosed (it was a free giveaway). What’s the farthest move you did? We moved a family from the Tri-state area to Baltimore, Maryland. What’s the closest move you did? A move for a family who relocated to another apartment in the same building; we didn’t bring our truck for that move. What are some things someone moving should know? • Seforim and other heavy items should be packed in smaller boxes, as egg boxes full of seforim will often rip open and make problems when they are placed on top of lighter boxes. • Any fragile items — like glass, china or picture frames — should be cushioned with bubble wrap, cardboard, styrofoam or otherwise protected. The boxes should also be noticeably marked that they contain fragile items so we should know to handle them with extra caution. • To ensure a calm and smooth move, make sure to be fully ready; this includes having an empty fridge and freezer, linen packed, etc. What type of things does movers insurance cover?

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What are the factors that make one move harder than another? Furniture. Good-quality furniture is easier to take apart, handle and reassemble. There are also certain furniture pieces that need to be reassembled from scratch when moving. Access. A front, ground-level entrance is the easiest type of move. Then are the apartments that are reached by a small hill or pathway. Of course, every flight up (without elevators) makes the move more difficult. How long does a typical moving job take? For a small family, a young couple or one with only young kids, the move typically takes between four and five hours. The bigger the family and house, the more is involved, and the longer the move takes. It also depends on the travel time to the new location. Is it ever necessary to remove a door or window, or hoist furniture or appliances? Yes, furniture or appliances not fitting is very common. We often have to remove the door of a home to make them them fit. In addition, the door of the refrigerator also sometimes has to be detached. Once in a while we have to transport some things through a window. How do workers have the stamina to do the work? It’s no different than any other job; we hire workers who particularly enjoy the physical work. We try to be very organized and treat the movers well and provide them with lunch. There’s nothing like a great team to make every job more enjoyable. Where did you get your experience for moving? I started out as a technician for a low-voltage electricity company, which brought me to many construction sites where I gained a lot of experience in commercial dealings. My next job was as a site manager for a contractor, where I gained experience in managing an operation, as well as many of the skills necessary for moving the contents of a home.


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• All bedding should be stripped and packed before the movers arrive.

• Each piece of glassware, china, silver and other fragile items should be individually wrapped before being placed in a box.

• Outdoor toys, furniture, sukkah etc. should be ready for the movers to take.

• All boxes should be fully packed and sealed with no extra space. • The tops of the boxes should be sealed as flatly as possible. • All boxes should be clearly marked with the room where they need to end up in the new home. • All drawers and furniture should be completely empty of all contents. • All surfaces should be cleared of all contents.

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The “For Sale” sign next door flipped to “Sold,” and it wasn’t long before the moving truck pulled up. As I observed the crew unloading the truck, I began unloading my mental files in search of an appropriate way to welcome my new neighbors. Nothing came to mind, so I set out calling friends for ideas. A few days and a dozen calls later, the lone, reiterated suggestion was, “Send over a cake!” And so I recognized it’s time we refresh our “How to Welcome New Neighbors” repertoire. With new neighbors, first impressions certainly matter. The kind of welcome we extend may very well set the tone for this new relationship — and very likely, new friendship. In preparation for this article, I reached out to those who’ve been there to hear what unique gestures made them feel welcomed. Here are some tips and tactics and first-hand experiences from “the other side” to help you welcome your new neighbors. 114 / THE MONSEY VIEW / April 25, 2018 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484


NEIGHBORHOOD DIRECTORY Relocating to a new neighborhood can be very stressful. Daily activities like running errands can be taxing when you don’t know your way around. Give new neighbors the inside scoop with a customized directory of local shops: This cleaners offers pick-ups and drop-offs; This grocery has great prices; This restaurant delivers; This babysitter takes drop-ins. Also include garbage and recycling pickup days as well as any other town laws. This goes a long way in lending your new neighbor the confidence in figuring out their new locale. If possible, pool together with neighbors to include gift cards to those stores.

“The neighborhood directory was a lifesaver! It spared me months of frustration!” N.S.

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“I’m here if you need anything” is an empty promise if they don’t know where to find you. Create a mini phonebook of the neighborhood (or street, if you live in a highly populated area) with names, phone numbers and addresses. Include spouses’ names and children’s names too. Photos are an added bonus, so they recognize your family when they meet you!

“Our neighbor gave us all her phone numbers, including her and her husband’s cell phone numbers in case we ever had an emergency. It made us feel truly cared for.” G.F.

Tissues are of no use when they’re buried under 15 egg boxes. Though they may have packed all their household essentials, the family oftentimes goes without them for the first few days. Sending over those necessities can be a lifesaver, and something they likely won’t expect to get. Putting together an essentials basket is effortless and inexpensive, yet will be very much appreciated. Essentials to include: paper towel, toilet paper, tissues, chargers, batteries, soap, wipes, paper goods, water, snacks, etc.

“It was a sweltering day, and the cold water my neighbor brought over literally revived us!” C.F.

ACTIVITIES BASKET When kids are happy, their parents are happy. This rings especially true on moving day. Sending over an activity basket will keep kids occupied and parents free to get things under control. In warmer weathers, activities like chalk and bubbles are ideal for keeping kids occupied outdoors, and in cooler weathers, toys like puzzles and coloring books are safe and clean means of entertainment.

“The activities basket was appreciated more than any other gift we received!” M.T.

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SOCIAL EVENTS Informing them where to find what is a great start, but nothing says “We need you in our neighborhood” like inviting them to social gatherings. Whether it’s a weekly lecture, exercise class or even a daily walk, including a new neighbor in the events will ease the transition between apart to a part.

“On the first morning after our move, our neighbors knocked in to ask my kids if they wanted to join them on their walk to school. That was one of the warmest gestures we’ve received!” N.I.

A PIECE OF QUIET Whether on moving day or the following days, offering to take the kids for a while is a much-appreciated gesture. Have the new kids on the block join your children on a trip to the park or invite them in for a play date. This goes a long way in welcoming the parents as well as the children.

“That first play-date invitation was what sparked our children’s long-term friendship.” S.H.

COOKIE IN A JAR While sending over a homemade cake or batch of cookies is a nice gesture, nothing smells like home more than that batch of cookies in one’s own oven. Gift your new neighbors the pleasure of baking their first cake or batch of cookies in their new home! Fill a jar with dry ingredients, and include a disposable bowl and pan. List the ingredients and directions, as well as what they need to add (usually eggs, oil and water).

“Baking our first batch of cookies happened a lot sooner than expected, thanks to the ‘cookies in a jar’ our neighbor sent us.” B.L.

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COUPON BOOK We all know that moving day is stressful, and so we attempt to ease the burden with a meal or an offer of assistance. But what about the next few days and even weeks? It can take a while for the new family to settle in, and when the cakes and offers cease, the days that follow can be even more stressful and lonely. Especially for those who relocate from different cities, having kind friends to fall back on is essential in those few weeks. Along with your other neighbors, come up with services you can offer within the next month. For example: organizing, watching the kids one day after school, sending over supper, helping with Shabbos meals, running an errand while you’re out… Create a coupon book listing your names and services offered, and when in need, they can “cash in” on your offers, being spared some of the associated discomfort. And since some may still feel uncomfortable making those phone calls, call to remind them that the offer still stands, and ask which day would work best for them.

“The coupon book not only gave me the support I needed, but it also forged friendships with each of those neighbors. It was the first time anyone actualized an offer of ‘call me if you need me.’” G.T.

GIFTING INVITATIONS Sending over supper may be appreciated, but with boxes strewn about, there isn’t always where to eat. Inviting the new family on the block over for dinner ensures they not only have what to eat, but also where to eat. Though some refrain from eating (still) strangers’ food, many will shrug off the offer simply because of their discomfort in accepting it. An offer like this may ease them into acceptance: “I would love to host you for lunch/supper one day this week. Which day works for you: Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday? Or would you rather I bring the food to you?” And don’t forget about Shabbos! Cooking for Shabbos can be a daunting experience the first week, and invitations can alleviate that burden.

“Inquiring what time we generally eat and including paper goods in the food package were little things that made meal time completely stress-free.” D.G.

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Beautiful linen sets have the potential to make the most gorgeous closets. The method of folding detailed below hides away all of the edges for smooth results. It also takes care of the fact that neatness is often compromised by fitted sheets. Whichever way they get ironed, folded in, or otherwise cleverly hidden, these sheets usually end up looking nice enough, but they still manage to throw the linen pile off kilter. Here, learn to tuck them away into the smooth folds of the duvets, and linen-folding will take on a whole neater dimension! Try these simple steps to a beautiful linen closet, and check back next week for tips on enhancing it further.

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Standard Fold for Closet with Sufficient Depth This specific linen set has a heavier center, so here I alternated the sides when folding it for good balance and for a pretty effect.

Start with the duvet. 1. Fold duvet in half. 2. Fold in half again. When working with multi-fabric linen sets, choose the nicest quarter to display. 3. Working in the length, fold duvet a few inches inward, and then into thirds. Folded linen width should be approximately 10 inches; if you prefer it a bit narrower, fold linen in accordingly, or fold it into four. Put duvet aside at this point, and move on to the fitted sheet. 4. Fold fitted sheet in half, tucking one end into the other. 5. Fold both ends in. 6. Now fold into thirds. 7. Fold sheet again, in half. (It should measure a little narrower than the duvet at this point.) 8. Place the folded fitted sheet over the folded side of the duvet. The end of the sheet should be placed about an inch or two after the duvet and can extend on the other end. 9. Fold about a quarter in, using the side where the sheet is extending over the duvet.

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1. Fold duvet in four. 2. Fold both sides in to achieve desired width. (The linen pictured is 15 inches wide.) Put duvet aside at this point, and move on to the fitted sheet. 3. Fold sheet in half. 4. Fold both sides in, allowing them to overlap. 5. Fold again, in half. 6. Place the folded fitted sheet over the folded side of the duvet. The sheet can extend over the duvet on one side. 7. Fold each side in, almost to the center. 8. Fold in half. 9. Repeat with second duvet and fitted sheet. The pillow sham and envelope also get folded together. 10. Place the sham facedown and the envelope over it. (In this case, since the envelope is larger than the sham, it was folded.) Play around so that the end result should be very smooth. 11. Fold both sides in. (The width should now measure the same as the folded duvets, in this case 15 inches.) Then fold top in just a bit. 12. Fold pillowcases in half. 13. Repeat with second set of pillowcases.

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MOVING TO MONSEY WAS SUPPOSED TO have been the solution to all of her problems. At least all of her space problems. So why, Leah wondered, as she searched high and low for her baby’s winter hat, was her brand-new spacious house just as disorganized as her two-bedroom apartment in the city? Relocating the family to the quiet country-like town had not been Leah’s first choice. In fact, it had taken her husband a full two years to convince her that this was what made the most sense for their family. Rental rates in Brooklyn were so high that even a third bedroom was out of reach for them, let alone buying their own apartment. Monsey, her husband had said, offered large homes on big lots, and if they moved to a newer area, the prices would still be affordable. He had promised Leah that Monsey had all the conveniences she was used to and that the extra room inside the house would more than make up for the lack of action out on the streets. As much as Leah hated to admit when she was wrong, she knew the decision to move had been the right one. The kids were loving their newfound freedom outdoors, her husband was so

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much calmer now that they were settled comfortably in a home that they owned and she really was enjoying all the additional space. However, she was getting more and more frustrated by the disorganization. Back in the city she had always been able to defend her less-than-pristine household by blaming it on the lack of storage space. With that excuse no longer valid, it was slowly dawning on Leah that perhaps the amount of closets she had was not the issue after all. Leah is definitely not alone. Most people seem to be under the impression that if only they had ample closet space, all of their things would magically end up in the right spot, perfectly organized. Of course, as amazing as that sounds, the real world doesn’t work that way. If we want our homes set up properly, we have to actually set them up properly, and the easiest way to do that is to start from scratch. In this column, we will go through your house, focusing on a different closet every week. I will explain which items really belong in each closet and how to set them up correctly for optimal organization and functionality. Follow along as we work together to make your home a balabusta’s dream.


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THE COAT CLOSET is my favorite closet to work on. It is a very defined space, and all you need are matching hangers and a few nice bins, and you have a beautiful closet that is easily maintainable. Give even the messiest coat closet just a couple of hours of attention, and you can easily achieve magazine-worthy results. The key to maintenance is to not turn it into a “miscellaneous closet” where you store everything that does not have a good place. A coat closet should only contain the items you use when you leave the house, things like outerwear, rain gear, boots, reflectors, hats, tallis bags and pocketbooks. Depending on how much room you have, you can also store your kids’ school bags in the coat closet. During the summer months, it is a good idea to move the winter accessories into storage and replace them with summer items, such as bicycle helmets and camp bags. Leave the boot mat on the floor for rain boots, but the snow boots should definitely be packed away. If your closet is on the smaller side, you should move winter coats to storage as well, leaving only spring jackets and raincoats. Once you know exactly what’s going into the closet, it’s time to get everything hung up and into bins so that everything stays neat and organized. Buy hangers for all the coats and jackets, making sure that you have enough extra for new coats and guests. Don’t skimp and buy flimsy hangers; you want hangers that will hold up under the weight of heavy coats. Fancy brass hangers are pretty, of course, but good-quality wood or thick lucite hangers work just as well. Scarves can be very bulky, so if you have more than just one or two of them, invest in a scarf hanger. These can be hung on the rack with the coats, or better yet, on a hook on the inside of the closet door. The scarves will be easier to find this way, and it will look really nice, too. For children (or even grandchildren who visit often), hooks hung on the lower wall of the closet for coats and bags are a great idea. Even the youngest kids will be able to put away their own things, and as an added benefit, you’ll have more room for everything else. Separate the rest of your items into categories, and split them into bins according to type: rain gear, kids winter accessories, adult winter accessories, etc. Open bins work best in a coat closet, as most often people are on their way out the door and don’t have the time or patience to snap a lid back on. If you see that you have a lot of one specific item — and you absolutely need all of them — give it its own bin. The easier it is to find things and put them back when you’re done, the neater the closet will stay. The mess happens when people have to rummage through too many things to find their favorite pair of gloves. While most closets in your home are pretty much your own private domain, the coat closet is usually one that’s open to the public. Whether you have guests for a Shabbos meal or a visitor who just stopped by for a cup of coffee, you’ll want to offer to hang up their coats. Make your coat closet something you’ll be proud of when you open that door.

The easier it is to find things and put them back when you’re done, the neater the closet will stay.

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The correct way to handle the above situation is to approach each child separately. Instead of displaying a controlling attitude, we must consciously focus on feeling our deep love for the heilige Shabbos and for our precious child, who will grow up to be the future generation of Klal Yisroel. By filling ourselves

ner and angrily demanding that they do as we wish. In fact, parents should work to make such experiences enjoyable both for the parent and child. Only when there is mutual enjoyment will the child be willing to perform the action again. With true positivity — such as taking a child onto the

As much as it is a pleasure to watch children singing together around the Shabbos table, it is an even greater pleasure to watch them enjoy singing around the Shabbos table. with love for our child even during such a time, we emulate Hashem Yisborach, Whose unconditional love toward His children never wavers and remains constant even when they misbehave. Then, as our hearts are filled with these feelings, we can say: “Git Shabbos, sheifele! Do you know who came to us now? Shabbos Hamalka came to our house! Come, let’s greet the Shabbos Hamalka together!” When we behave in this manner, the interaction becomes a powerful chinuch moment, as the child begins associating Shabbos with pleasant, warm feelings that will remain with him or her forever. In fact, when teaching our children any of our precious values related to Shabbos, Torah, mitzvos and middos tovos, we must always present them in a way that will help the child develop pleasant feelings toward them. After all, as much as it is a pleasure to watch children singing together around the Shabbos table, it is an even greater pleasure to watch them enjoy singing around the Shabbos table. The key to connecting them to the singing is to make it enjoyable — not by acting in a controlling man-

lap, offering a special nosh for singing, giving the child a huge smile, or telling the child with true sincerity how much you loved the singing — we give the child chizuk so that he or she will want to repeat the action in the future. Of course, this is much easier said than done, but in a time when the outside world is working so hard to distract and excite our children with gashmius, this is the only way to instill in our children a love for Hashem and His Torah. When using the above approach, it is obviously necessary for parents to model their own love and enjoyment for Shabbos, or whatever

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value or mitzvah they wish to convey to the child. Many times, doing so requires real mesiras nefesh. Perhaps we had a hard week at work, or there may be other stresses that affect our mood. Nonetheless, we cannot have too many expectations from our children without demonstrating the behavior we wish to see. There was a Viznitzer chassid who opened a yeshivah for struggling bochurim. Once, he came to the Vitznitzer Rebbe, zt”l, in Monsey and described to the Rebbe all the wonderful things he was doing for the yeshivah. The Rebbe listened carefully and then asked, “And how many hours are you, the Rosh Yeshivah, learning each day?” The chassid didn’t answer, but he clearly understood the Rebbe’s message. As great as his accomplishments were, as the Rosh Yeshivah of his yeshivah, he too had to make sure to learn each day so that he could be an example for his talmidim. Thus, we must inspire our children in avodas Hashem by displaying love, creating a pleasant atmosphere and ensuring that we ourselves are modeling the behavior we wish to see, even when it is difficult for us. Whether it is our deep love for the heilige Shabbos, or for some other mitzvah, it is this behavior that will ultimately leave the greatest impact on our children.

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BEFORE THE MOVE The night before Inauguration Day — the culmination of years of sweat and dreams — the president-elect traditionally sleeps in the Blair House, the guesthouse located across the street from the White House. In the morning, White House chefs prepare breakfast for the outgoing first family, the members of the staff get ready to wish them farewell, and at 10:30 a.m., the sitting president has tea with the president-elect. After that traditional repast, they head over to Capitol Hill for the swearing-in.

MOVING DAY The first family can’t move into their very famous new home until the president is sworn into office. This means that the move begins at noon on Inauguration Day, and not a moment sooner!

The president-elect is responsible for getting the family’s belongings to the White House and is the one who pays for it! Only when the first family’s belongings arrive at the White House does the staff take charge of them.

Once a private moving company is hired, they coordinate with the government and White House staff members. On Inauguration Day, with the outgoing president’s moving truck on one driveway and the president-elect’s moving truck on the other, the only way to execute a smooth transition is with a lot of planning and organization. Especially given the fact that there are only two elevators doing all the transporting! Bradley Blakeman, Deputy Assistant to President George W. Bush, who was in charge of the former president’s schedule and appointments, said that moving day “is organized and they’ve got it down to a science. It’s like a military maneuver.” Why is that? Because there are only 12 hours to do it in! In those 12 hours, from noon until midnight, the White House staff is busy getting this historic residence ready.

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A chief usher coordinates the move, distributing floor plans to the staff so they know where to place everything. The entire house gets cleaned, vacuumed and painted and re-carpeted where necessary, and broken lights or torn cables are tended to. Other things taking place during this time: The temperature in the home gets adjusted according to the first family’s preference, furniture gets moved around, and artwork, especially those featuring the sitting president, changed. Staff members also get busy stocking the pantry and bathrooms and unpacking and hanging clothes; the White House florist puts together fresh arrangements; and the White House chef prepares the inaugural dinner.

Where is the first family during this time? At the inauguration and the celebrations that follow. This gives the staff members the time and space to get everything ready.

AFTER THE MOVE A new president means that the Oval Office may be in for a complete redesign. A presidentelect, when visiting the White House after the elections, lets White House staff know about any design preferences, including changes to artwork, books and furniture pieces even in the Oval Office. Oddly, one of the very first tasks a new president is asked to complete is plan his or her funeral should anything unfortunate occur during the term in office. How morbid is that? Additional perks: A new president may choose a new chef and also receives a brand-new limo with top-of-the-line security features, the details of which only members of the Secret Service are privy to.

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Our supply of chocolate is finished. We ordered more from Matok Li, but it never arrived.

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It’s not the first time their service is bad. We must let them know. Maybe we should try the Sapir factory instead. We can’t work with an unreliable company. Our customers will be disappointed.

Tom, phone call from the bakery. They’re mad that the goods are late and want to cancel their contract.

Hello? You should buy our chocolates and not the other company’s. We give the best service, price —

Our factory is doing well because of him. Soon we’ll be able to cover our debts.

Give me the phone. I’ll explain and apologize.

Hello? It’s me, from the bakery. Hmmm… What’s going on? Whom should I destroy?

Sorry, it’s Gavriel.

Try to hack into the computers and change the numbers. Destroy that company for me as soon as you can because I’m up to my ears in debt…

Who’s calling now? It’s so busy today.

What? Tom?

Oy, it’s from Sao Paulo. They probably want to settle accounts with me due to the rising debts. Wait, I’ll call them back.

What chocolates? Are you making fun of me?!

We’ll send special chocolates as an apology for our mistake.

Recap: At the missionary headquarters, it is decided that Tom and the Matok Li Factory, which he had established to fund his activities in Israel, must be investigated.

Oy, I’m totally confused…


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BUGGY BOARD W/ SEAT (ENGLACHA) orig: $125 selling for 99$ neg. barely used, 718-851-0368 DISHES SET mikasa new. $100 .swimming pool intex 12 ft. 50$.call 352-0810 LACE, OFF WHITE tablecloth, 60x108 selling for $30. Call 718-853-0290. GIFT CERTIFICATE at Supreme Laser in Brooklyn for $1,000 selling for $650. 845-274-1909. TWO 44” MATTRESSES with box springs and frame good condition. no headboards- $300. 718-5945216. BOYS SHOES 2 pairs of new boys HOO Shabbos shoes sizes 32 and 36 $25 each. 845-426-1053 SHOE LIKE woman’s crocs, size 9, worn once. $20 call 845-426-1053

PAMPERS 1 box size 6 walmart pampers $15 please call 845-356-1214

ATT: DAYCAMP DIRECTORS Fantastic file/ avail. Call 84526311

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SINGLE MOUNTAIN BUGGY carriage plus bassinet for sale 8454238747 WOMEN’S COAT new black size small. Please call 845 709 3782 GIRLS SUMMER ROBE sizes 6, 8 and 10 . please call 845 709 3782 BRIDAL HEADPIECE Custom “Suzanne” headpiece for sale, worn once. Please call 845 263 9140

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For Rent on Horton 3 Bedroom 1.5 Bathrooms Available May 1 Please Call 845-425-4565 Leave Message LAG BOMER RENTAL

3 bedroom, 2 1/2 baths modern apt Yerushalayim, ground floor near Mir/shteiblach, huge porch, underground

parking, highspeed wifi, emunim8@gmail.com 6 ROOM on kaufman court . Please call 845-213-8263. TZFAT RENTAL Please call 718-207-5354 STUDIO APT small Kitchen, full bath, Private entrance, furnished with appliances, long or short term till September Please text or call 917 301-8619 3 BDRM 1 bth; text prefered 917 830 6341 LAG BAOMER IN TZFAS Nev 4 room apt. Heimish area big porch for info. Call 02.9992328 0533192328 SUMMER RENTAL in beitar. two bedrooms. 30 min from yerushalayim. for more details call 845-262-5178(before 3 pm) SHAVUOS IN BP 2 bdr 2 bath apt 58-14/15 ground level, fully furnished 718-851-0368 BATES AREA 4 bedroom, avail early June. ground level. Section 8 OK. Call 425-4542

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HOSTED APARTMENT for shabbosim, simchas etc. Please call 845 263 0611

OFFICE RENTAL Blueberry Hill area. Available May 1st. 845 826 0700

WALK-IN RM kitchenette, private entrance in the Blueberry Hill area. Please call 845 826 0700

STORE FOR RENT Store for rent at Atrium Plaza. Please call 845-356-0000

FOUR ROOM APT. with a large backyard. Bluefield area. Please call (845)356-0989 1 BEDROOM on quiet street off Blauvelt Road. Leave message: 845661-2585

FOR RENT OFFICES waiting room, and conference available to rent by the day. $75.00 per day. please call 845-369-0111 NEW OFFICE Great location! 845.608.7661

NEWLY RENOVATED OFFICE SPACE in quiet pleasant monsey area. 3 offices, conference room, waiting room. Please call 845-369-0111

HELP WANTED 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

BASEMENT ON BUTTERMAN PL. Approx. 1000 S.f. 8 1/2 Ft. ceiling unfinished bas. Pls call 978-571-9768

OFFICE Real estate office seeks employee who is capable, organized, computer knowledgeable with pleasant and good phone skills (ENGLISH). Email resumes to r.e.officeopp1@gmail.com

NEW OFFICES close to Hatzlacha Supermarket. Great price. Call. 917-549-4993

RECEPTIONIST Receptionist and data entry position in busy real estate office. Applicant should


be efficient and have good phone skills. email resumes to r.e.officeopp1@gmail.com ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT Travel agency is looking for a full-time female administrative assistant with great computer, phone and organizational skills. Please email your resume to accounts@hctny.com. SALES/MARKETING Attentive Behavior Care (Monsey) is currently seeking an ambitious and highly-skilled sales and marketing manager with a track record of exceptional, transformative management practices. Applicant must be creative, charismatic, knowledgeable and wellversed in the latest sales and marketing techniques and be tech savvy. Ability to manage

social media and creating content. Excellent salary and benefits. Please send resume to info@attentivebehavior. com. SENIOR BOOKKEEPING POSITION AND BILLING ASSISTANT Female office looking for a self-motivated bookkeeper and a Billing Assistant both of whom can work independently in a highpaced environment. Excellent Excel skills required. Fund EZ a plus. FT, salary based on experience. 3 years comprehensive bookkeeping experience or accounting degree for the Senior position required. Email jobs4cdo@gmail.com or call 845-354-3233 x 1121 MALE RESPITE Are you learning or working in the mornings? Are you

available to work in the afternoons? Chesed 24/7 is looking for male staff to work in a group with young men with special needs. Must drive and have own car. Monday to Thursday 3:30-6:30pm. Additional hours available weekends and evenings. Contact dhalberstam@chesed247.org or 845-354-3233 x1242 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 nyjob10974@gmail.com 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

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Classifieds 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: nmoeller@gemstarinc.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: nmoeller@gemstarinc.com 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 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

jobopportunity331@gmail. com or fax: 718-228-4311

LOCAL MONSEY OFFICE Seeking to hire a responsible secretary with good phone skills and computer knowledge. Sunday-Thursday 11:00 a.m.-5/5:30 p.m. Please call 845.356.0000.

SEEKING ONLINE COMPUTER JOB that can be done from home. 845 376 2465

INSURANCE OFFICE is looking for a Secretary w/great Communication & Office skills. Plz email resume: insoffice1@gmail. com or call 262-0189 BUSY INSURANCE OFFICE looking to hire girl to grow with our company. Email resume hr@adlersinsurance. com, fax 845-356-5690 REAL-ESTATE MANAGEMENT office looking to hire secretary-A/P. Applicant should be proficient in QBooks with great communication skills. Graduates welcome. Please email resume to ehorowitz@ sapphirevent.com Fax:845.474.0048 SEEKING GIRL for secretary in Boys daycamp. 11:30-4:30. Basic Computer knowledge required. 356-0835. MORTGAGE PROCESSOR heimish company looking for f/t processors. Great Potential. Good pay. Willing to train. Heart of Monsey.Please email:

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LOOKING FOR TELEMARKETERS and or people that are commited , hard working and have some positive phone experience great pay for the right individual plz call 845 682 2675 CHASSIDISHE SCHOOL seeking a Title I secretary for the upcoming school year. Please send resume to abremedial@gmail.com or fax to 675-8300 att. remedial. BUSY OFFICE hiring a receptionist for late afternoon hours. Fluent in English and basic computer skills a must. Pls send your resume to hr@ kidsfirstservices.com or call 845-425-2299 ext 103 LOCAL BUSINESS looking to hire Project Manager. Need to be computer savvy, detail oriented, able to adhere to tight deadlines, and have leadership skills. Email your resume to: gila@ firemallonline.com MEDICAL SUPPLY STORE seeking woman for customer service, full time, with potential of promotion. Managerial skills and computer knowledge

necessary. Email resume: jobopportunities120@gmail. com Fax: 845-425-5550. OFFICE POSITION: Looking for a motivated full time 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: chayalefko@gmail.com HEIMISHE MONSEY OFFICE looking for young girl for office work, full time. Must be articulate and quick learner. Email resume to bctlist@gmail.com or fax to 845-425-5550. RESPONSIBLE FUN COUNSELOR for boys day camp please call Devora Fladen 3303131301 TELEMARKETERS that are committed, hardworking, have positive phone skills well paid for right person call 845 682 2675 CHOLOV/PAS YISROEL STAR-K Nursing Home in Teaneck, NJ looking for Mashgichim. 917-273-6071 FITTER NEEDED With experience. (basic sewing skills needed) please leave message (845) 608-9273 SEEKING ARTIST to draw for school workbook. Must be computerized art.


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The STARS program is now hiring 12th Grade (age 18+) or post-seminary girls to work with our young adult students 6:00-9:00 p.m. in the evening, 1-2 times a week, as they enjoy exciting educational and therapeutic activities and outings. Enjoy a fun work environment ‫זעלטענע געלעגענהייט! המספיק ברודערהיים אין‬ and gratifying work as you positively impact lives— -‫מאנסי זוכט א דירעקט קער ארבייטער פאר א פול‬ plus, great pay! Driver’s license required. For more information, please call 845-746-7254.

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Classifieds Send portfolio to 3564988@ gmail.com or call 845 659 5649 EXPERIENCED GRAPHICS DESIGNER for school workbook. Send portfolio to 3564988@gmail. com YARMULKESANDBOWS. COM is looking for an efficient, capable worker approx 16 hrs/ week. Crafty enjoyable type of work. Located in Chestnut Ridge. Email resume to info@ yarmulkesandbows.com. For more info call 845-589-5085 HELP WANTED Clothing store in monsey is seeking a part time tailor . and a part time (bookeeper.) Quickbooks. Please email resume to cuffnco@gmail. com JOIN THE TEAM Love Interior Design? Want a flexible work schedule? Are you creative, inspired, and an energetic driven sales person? Join our team; fabric sales, design and relationship building.Social media experience a must. Interested? Email us at info@ rockysrestoration.com ICON STUDIOS is looking to hire a new salesman to do outside sales. Nice pay, commission based. Call now 845.379-4266 jobs@ iconstudiosny.com P/T SALESGIRL must have computer knowledge of excel , word. Must text. Data entry, people and phone skills. Willing to train. Hours needed Sundays 11:30 to 6 , Mon to Thurs 2 to 6:30..text or call 917-549-7449 A HOSIERY STORE is looking for a sub in the jewelry department full time for 6 weeks please call 845499-6834

SALES PERSON WANTED Expanding Our Sales Team Individual must desire to build a career, Full Training and Support provided 845-639-5216 or dglick@ ft.newyorklife.com SALES DIRECTOR Estate Jewelry Company is looking for a very motivated and energetic man for sales on the go. must have a car. please call and leave a massage. 845-459-2435 LOCAL YESHIVA OFFICE looking to hire part time capable Bookkeeper with secretarial duties. Requirements: Bookkeeping experience, proficiency in Quickbooks, Excel and Word. Individual must be detail oriented and efficient. Good English communication skills and experience preferred. Please email resume to yjobopportunity@gmail.com LOCAL MONSEY OFFICE SEEKING TO HIRE PROGRAMMER: Requirements: Proficiency in Access & SQL. Ability to revamp home grown Access program into an efficient and user friendly database. Programmer will utilize: SQL scripting and relational database design, net development, especially including Excel automation. Please email resume to yjobopportunity@gmail.com or call 845-445-8864 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 DYNAMIC YIDDISH SPEAKING preschool teacher with experience please email resume to girlsschoolmonsey@gmail. com or call 826-6659

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FEMALE SPECIAL EDUCATION TEACHER for the remainder of the 20172018 school year and beyond. New York State Certification required. jobresumes613@ gmail.com Fax: 845-352-3375 Phone: 352-3307 ext. 119 EXPANDING MONSEY BAIS YAAKOV SCHOOL Seeks experienced Moros and Teachers to join our talented and dedicated team in the Preschool and Junior High Divisions. Hebrew/English; remedial educational director for the 18-19 School year. Salary commensurate with experience. Email resume to bbamberger@ basmikroh.org. FEMALE AIDE NEEDED for special needs classroom. .Full time position. Good working environment. jobresumes613@gmail.com Fax: 845-352-3375 Phone: 352-3307 ext. 119 LOCAL GIRLS’ SCHOOL looking for teachers’ assistants for the upcoming school year. Good pay. Great environment. Please call: 845-430-0496. EXPERIENCED, CAPABLE SUBS for Elementary and Junior High Departments at a local girls’ school. Good pay. Please call: Grades 1-6 Yiddish: 845-

376-4446 Grades 1-8 English: 845-304-9391 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 rgilden@cliftoncheder.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. KINDERGARTEN TEACHER Seeking dynamic yiddishspeaking preschool teacher with experience please email resume to girlsschoolmonsey@gmail. com or call 826-6659 EXPERIENCED ENGLISH LANGUAGE and math teachers for upper elementary grades.


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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: rocklandofficejob@gmail.com April 25, 2018 / THE MONSEY VIEW / 161 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484


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TEACHER’S ASSISTANT Monsey boys school seeks warm and caring first grade teacher’s assistant. Monday through Thursday 1:504:10. Please send email to akarash@chedermonsey.org.

SEEKING BABYSITTER in College, Highview or Carlton area Mon-Thurs. 9-4pm.and in Walter Dr. , Edwin ln. or Maple Leaf Rd. area Mon-Thurs. 8:304:30pm I want to bring my baby to your house 845-5211479

LOCAL BY HIGH SCHOOL looking for qualified experienced teachers for Psychology, Earth Science, Global Studies and Computers. Email resume to baisyaakovr@gmail.com RAYIM is looking for a English speaking frum Yungerman to work with a 17 yr. old boy with special needs, Sunday – Wednesday 8-10 PM. If interested please call (845)782-7700 Ext. 402. TEACHER’S ASSISTANT Immediate opening for a warm and caring first grade teacher’s assistant. Monday through Thursday 2-4:10. Please send email to akarash@chedermonsey.org.

PLAYGROUP DAYCAMP is looking to hire 2 girls (8,9,10 and 11 graders) to be assistance in the summer. Please call Brany Klar 3527167

PLAYGROUPS DAYCARE PLAYGROUP Place your child in a warm and loving atmosphere. Exciting curriculum, arts & crafts, and ‫ מידת‬with a teacher with many years of experience. Sundays available registration for summer and September ages 20 months and up. please leave a message @ 845-5792363

CHEDER CHABAD OF MONSEY Boys School seeks warm and caring upper and lower elementary teachers for the 2018-19 school year. Email resume to akarash@ chedermonsey.org.

2 YEAR OLD DAY CAMP Experienced Morah. Glenhill area. Warm and fun environment! call Rochel David 845-426-3819.

CURRICULUM ADVISOR ‫היימישע מיידל שולע זוכט‬ ‫אן ערפארענע לימודי קודש‬ ‫ פאר‬curriculum advisor Fax ‫די קומענדיגע שולע יאר‬

BABYSITTER warm and experienced babysitter, available to babysit night hours in your home. references available. please call 845.499.9272

BABYSITTING

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WARM HEIMISHE BABYSITTER currently accepting overnights and weeklies. Loads of toys and undivided attention. 845-263-4529 BABYSITTER AVAILABLE on Francis Place. Also taking Sunday drop-ins. Please call 845-352-1016 EXPERIENCED BABYSITTER near Bais Rochel and Bais Yaakov. Slots available for ages 0- 18 months. Affordable monthly rates! 862 505 9546 PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHY In studio or outdoor. 845.837.9229. www. LeahsLensStudio. comInstagram: @leahs_lens_ studio

SERVICES CHILDBIRTH EDUCATION CLASSES To join the next class please call 845-426-0931. Tzippy Tauber CD (DONA) Certified Birth Doula DASSY PHOTOGRAPHY Newborns, Upsherin, family portraits and more. Professional editing! Free digital album! Gift certificates available too. (845)-517-9920/(845)-5040934 DOULA Experience the gift of birth with a doula attuned to you. reasonable rates. Sarah 845327-3068 pinknbluedreamz@ gmail

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 BIG SHOTS Professional outdoor photography. B. Schiff 845.364.9395 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 MUSIC STUDIO Composed a song? Specializing in custom music work. For just 99$. Quick and easy! Satisfaction Guaranteed. Call/Text 845637-5489 SHAIMOS

We do pick ups all year round - schools shuls homes. 845-461-3084 LUXURY DRIVER Heimish Driver With Luxury Mercedes Sprinter 15 Passenger / Honda Odyssey Luxury VIP Service Simchas, Long Distance Trips, Airports Call 845-328-1200 REDUCE THE EFFECTS OF STRESS WITH MASSAGE THERAPY. *Deep Tissue *Swedish *Pregnancy *Geriatric **Inhome sessions Massage by


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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

New small groups forming now in exercise , music and extracurricular. For more info please call us at (845) 520-5445

EXPERT ALTERATIONS expert alterations and fitting by Esty Krauss. Located in Suzzane area. call or text anytime 845-662-5931

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Expert & reliable service. Free pick up & delivery. 845-352-5013

TURNING 65? Medicare Supplement Insurance – advice and sales. Mrs. R. Schwartz- licensed agent -845.263.0617 – rs.msupplement@gmail.com

TUTOR AVAILABLE for your elementary school child for Limudei Kodesh and Limudei Chol. Please Call: 845-352-1016

SPEAKERS to rent for all your Simches & more, We also have a mp3 system. call 845.579.5467

GUITAR LESSONS by Moshe Klaver, for beginners of all ages. Very motivating and patient teacher. References available. (845) 746-0925. Shomer Shabbos

MATH ANXIETY? I can help! All ages. All levels. Regents, SAT Prep, CLEPS, AP courses. Linda 845.538.5319

THE BALLOON CORNER Helium balloons for all your occasions. We accomodate late night calls. Viola area 845-596-0375

‫מיין פלאץ‬ Every kid is one caring adult away from success!

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

COTTON CANDY RENTAL 845.694.7296

GARTLECH We fix hand knitted Gartlech & make Professional Fringes. Please call: 917-414-3281

COMPUTER HELP?? One stop computer assistance! Set up new computers, restore deleted/ lost files from computers, SD cards, cameras, & thumb drives. 845-293-2667

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

LEARN-TO-SWIM Classes forming for all levels. Heimishe instructor (WSI,LG) Aqua aerobics

DRUM LESSONS BY SHMUEL KLAVER Monsey’s most experienced Shomer Shabbos drum

New service: Specializing in children with delays.

Teacher Miriam Greenfeld's Daycare SIX KIDS E TO ON ER TEACH F/T AND P/T DAYC AR E ACCEPTED

OVER 15 YEARS EXPERIENCE! WARM LOVING ENVIRO NMENT

Free Transportation! No Vacation Days!

Healthy Breakfast, snack and lunch!

3 - 5 years 18 months - 2 1/2 years

Magnificent outdoor park!

full kindergarten curriculum

Hours: 8:30 - 4:00

Extended daily hours to accommodate working mothers.

Located on Francis Place

ES

ARTS N SHAP CRAFTS

Inquire about our new SUNDAY program

‫אלף‬ ‫בית‬

ABC

We are proud to announce that Teacher Einhorn has joined.

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Classifieds Fully Insured Free Estimates -5” & 6” & 7” Gutters -Copper and Aluminum Gutters -Over 30 colors to choose from -Gutter Guard Installation -Cleaning & Repairs 845-782-4473 sales@advancedguttersinc.com

classes for junior high-high school girls. (certified AFP) Surala Friedman 845-5967609 PIANO AND KEYBOARD LESSONS children and adults beginners to Advance for more info please contact Yisroel at 718-790-8659 973928-3476 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 SWIMMING Get Ready! Experienced WSI & LG will teach all ages. Form your own group for a discount. Mrs. Zoltan 845356-1113 SEWING COURSES for women and girls by professional sewing teacher. call or text Sewnstyle Academy 845-531-3232 SWITIT Swim school for girls and boys. Starting this May. Chestnut Ridge location. Heated Pool. Options for private or semiprivate lessons. Call/Text 8455870978 LESSONS FOR LADIES/ GIRLS Do you have fears of the water? Want to learn how to swim and stay safe? Lesson both private and semi private for ladies/girls. Call/text: 8455870978

HAIR DESIGN Professional Cut, blow, Chasunah styling by Roizy. Call for appointment. 845274-7700 HEALTH Certified nutritionist with many years experience in the vitamin formulation and nutritional industry is here to help you and guide you reach your healthiest self. Specializing in diabetes, cholesterol, obesity, hormonal imbalance, insomnia and much more. Also selling high quality clinically proven vitamins as well as most major kosher companies. Call 845-3646483 MAKEUP ARTIST Are you looking for a makeup artist who will help you look radiant and beautiful for a Simcha or special event? contact us to find out about free trials, and first time rates. At..845-581-0123 or www.makeupbyshifra.com RAPID RECOVERY FROM PAIN! Is the person who ruined your life Still living in your heart? Get complete and permanent healing and reclaim your life in just 10 weeks, guaranteed! To find out how and to claim your free 25-minute session, leave me your message at Chany Felberbaum 845-445-8252. STOP THE PAIN Stressful thoughts lead to pain and illness. Get Relief over the Phone. Certified Advanced EFT Practitioner Call: (845)368-4524.

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// services // odds & ends // gemachim RuthiBackenroth@EFTaction. com

adults and children.425-2660 mailbox #1

TRIPS AND TOURS For all trips and tours in Israel yiddish and english Mendy Rosenberg 927 52 841 2249

GEMACH FOR MEZUZOS 362.2333

ODDS AND ENDS HEIMISH YOUNG COUPLE looking to adopt baby/young child. Text/call 347-461-1914 I LIT A CANDLE lielu nishmas R’Menachem Mendle ben R’ Yosef ,for 40 consecutive days. I promised to be mefarsum bli neder, and I saw a big yeshuah b”h. HEIMISHE MOISED is seeking donations of toys, arts & crafts, or supplies, in good condition. Tax deductible. Please call 845500-3100 ‫געדענקט‬ ‫עס איז דא א מנין מעריב יעדע‬ 12:45 ‫נאכט און כולל חצות‬ 18 ‫פינקטליך ביהמ״ד אור חיים‬ ‫פארשעי ראוד‬ DISABILITIES CONNECTOR We try to connect you with other disabled people so you can share info & find friends. Please contact Tuvia at disabled.tuvia@gmail.com.

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

BABY CHASUNA GOWNS Brand new, Adorable baby gowns and 2 pieces. Few sizes colors and styles. Matching shoes and hair accessories available from 3 months - 2 years. Call 425-3049 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. 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 BRIS GEMACH Located on Blauvelt Rd. 356-6215 poya, outfit, blanket and hat.’ ‫לע”נ ר חיים זאנוויל בן‬ ‫ר’ משה‬ SHOE GEMACH All sizes, white kalllah shoes. Proceeds go to tzedakah. Call\Text 845-200-0211 TOY GEMACH Keep all the children busy by your simchas with tons of lego and clicks. Call Sussman @ 845-578-6513


m // dresses & gowns GEMACH Tablecloths for your Simchos. Call (845) 371 2105 SIDDUR GEMACH Sfard: Friedman 845-6087830 Ashkenaz: Shulman845 352 1756 or 845-826-6718 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.” ROOF CARRIERS GEMACH 845-659-1863. Monroe: 845662-7102. FREE BOXES for moving (mostly egg carton size). Please call 845425-6826 or 845-608-7830. Donations of flattened boxes are always welcome! KOS YESHUOS - BECHER GEMACH Simchah, Shabbaton? Don’t spend on disposable bechers. Use real bechers from our free-loan gemach. Better for your pocket, and halachically. 845-377KOS1(5671) KosYeshuos@ gmail.com

DRESS/GOWNS ivory/black maternity gown size xs cocktail length reasonable price call or text: 845-579-5571 black and white gown size 2-4 for rent. Please call 845-5700451. Dress for rent: navy and gold dress sz 4-6. 425-2284 white gowns sz 2-16 approx to rent for great price. 371-0422 girls pink gown, approximately size 12, rent $200 or sale $400, Please call 845.426.2179

Blush pink (DIce Kayek) dress size 6-8 call 845-352-7690 Lilac children’s sleevless gowns size 3-12 845.425.7780 Two light blue Victorian girls gowns Size 5 and 8. Call 845425-3361 or 845-499-5052. Sz 8-10 Gown Black & White sophisticated style 356-0835 black size small slenderizing maternity dress for rent. 845.352.0615 Black and white gown for rent. Size 8-10. Call/text 845538-7532 ladies black gown with royal blue flowers, size 6 for rent, price $350 Please call 845.426.2179 off WHT and light peach lace and tulle dress sz 4-6 call 845 664 5139 silver grey & blush color dress, sz4-6 great deal call 845 664 5139 maternity dress sz.M for rent ( cream top black bottom) call 347-432-6669

FULL-TIME BOOKKEEPER We are seeking a full-time bookkeeper to join our growing company. Excellent Pay! Great Environment! The right candidate will have 2 years’ of bookkeeping experience and be skilled in Quickbooks & Excel. Knowledge of Sage 300 a plus.

Email your resume to nmoeller@gemstarinc.com

Dress for rent 845 356 2535 Black/white lace dress. Approximate size 14. (extra fabric if needed) Call: 845459-3426/347-374-1418 Goldy Breuer mother of the bride gown dark champagne. Size 12-14 please call 845.558.4173

Maternity Gown - black and white size M (8-10) for sale. Call or text 845-659-4543.

rent size 14 rent for $100. 845.598.2102

Black and white gown size 10. Call or Text 845-570-7854

Ivory gown, mauve/gold brocade inlay, size 6-8. Please call or text 845-323-2434

adult gown size 14 ivory color call 845 573 9270

black n gold gown/ dress sz 4 . call or text 845 274 3366

Pink/Blush gown size 4/6 please call 845-352-1650

Size 2-4 mauve gown 845659-0813

embroidered gown Size 4 -6. Light coloring. 845-538-7161

size 0. Has wide seams, may fit up to size 4. Dress length. 200-4219

Light gray maternity dress size 8-12 845-659-4493

Size 0-2 black sequined/ beaded tenoyim/chasuna dress for sale. Please call 845352-8744.

Ivory and gold gown sz 4-5 kids approx to rent for $25, ivory gold teen approx 6 $150. 371-1765 Ivory and blush gown for sale, Size 16 girls or 2 women. $200. 845-222-8415 blush and greens floral brocade. Appx size 8. Text 845-222-8415 for photos. $450.

2 blush colored gowns. Worn once. Sizes 10 & 12. Plz call 845-352-9582

Navy and Cream Tulle bottom size 0-2 and Peach and Silver accent, Tulle bottom size 0 845-356-8909

2 gowns, worn once. Blue. Size 12 & 14. exsaleterading@ gmail.comor call 323-8551049

white and green dress for sale-size 2-4. Please call/text 845-269-8649.

Children Gown: navy and goldsize 14. rent for $150. call/ text 845.598.2102 Black and gold: Ladies long skirts size 6, 12, and 14 rent for $75 also Ladies gown for

pink lavender gown size 2-4 for sale. Worn once. Great price 347 693 6519 Mechtenista Gown Sz 12.845 774 8719

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Classifieds black and gold gown for sale. Size 0-2 worn once. 845-6084906 TEEN GOWNS Two size 2 blush gowns. Reasonably priced. 426-1258 / 371-4109

EXCLUSIVE SISTER OF BRIDE GOWN Magnificent blue and cream gown size 4-6 for sale/rent. Please call 845.200.4326

adult gown size 14 ivory color call 845 573 9270 black and white Maternity dress for rent. For more info call 845.376.3412 Cream gowns for teens, very reasonable priced. Call 845352-0069 Black and white gown/dress size 6-8. For more info call 845-356-2368 NEW! LITTLE ROYALTY! An affordable rental right here in monsey. Girls gowns size 18 months - size 20. We also carry plus sizes. Boys simcha outfits and suits 12 months-size 8. Please call: 845-535-1755 KLEINFELD KALLAH GOWN Magnificent custom gown for sale. Please call 347.549.7268 SISTER OF BRIDE Beautiful gold and black, sister of bride, pink label dress for sale call 347.549.7268

LOST plastic rain cover for the bugaboo bee carriage. 845426-2131. envelope of money 596.4933 toys 4u bag in sock Shoppe pls text/call 3479711763

FOUND

// dresses & gowns // lost & found // fr hanging flower earing w colored stones in shopping area erev purim.371 1765 velvet gloves few months ago. 425-2284. In zirs taxi a diamond pin Monday night April 23rd. Call 845.270.5859

FREE GIVEAWAYS You picked up vertical blinds last week but one important part was left behind. Please contact me at: 352-2728. Pesach’dig dish rack, 4 stemless wine goblets, Sano dish soap, 60x72 plastic tablecloths, 3pks fridge liners 521-2753

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.

headband in sears in nanuet 2741608

Box of mishpacha’s and bina’s 8457461189

bag with sweatshirt and scissors in Toshnad Hall coat room March 18. Please call 845-356-3918

Brand new in box Canon pixma pro -100 inkjet photo printer. Call 425 2158 .

The Monsey View reserves the right to omit or cut words from any free classified ads without confirmation.

boys size 20 suit. We used it for a wedding right before the child’s Bar Mitzvah. Call 352 4015.

We do not give confirmations for free classified ads.

diamond tennis bracelet in January across Toshnad hall 845-269-1197. red/chambrae red headband at west central hair acc sale last year. 929 251 3777 Gartel in Welder Park by Concord side few months ago 786 734 5720

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Fisher Price baby (845)6593888

Classified ad deadline is Monday at 12:00 pm. No exceptions.

Two bags of Jewish Observer Magazines. Please call or text 845-323-1244

For inquiries about PAID classifieds, feel free to contact The Monsey View.

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Only $84

or

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845-362-0252


CLEANUP

MONSEY

TOGETHER Become a Pioneer!

Participate in our community’s very 1st cleanup event at

Suzanne Lake

All necessary tools supplied. Bring gloves, sunblock and your spirit!

To volunteer, call 845-356-9600

Sunday, May 6th

Rain date: Sunday, May 13th

1:00-3:00 p.m. Meet at the Clock Tower,

Suzanne Dr. & Vincent Rd. intersection

For more info contact Community Outreach Center at 845-356-9600 Event arranged by Community Outreach Center in conjunction with Keep Rockland Beautiful and the Town of Ramapo


‫‪PHOTO CREDIT: JDN‬‬

‫בר מצוה לבן אב"ד עקבי אבירים סאדיגורא נכד האדמו"ר מסאסוב‬

‫הלכה דעבאטע איבער די שערורי' פון די מכירת חמץ אויף ביר‬

‫ווי עס האבן אויפגעטרעטן הרב הערשל הארטשטיין משגיח פון התאחדות הרבנים און הרב קלמן וויינפעלד משגיח פון ‪OK‬‬

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BUILDING COMMUNITIES

Kenneth A. Martinek, Chairman & CEO

Whatever it takes. Commercial Construction Lending Commercial Real Estate Lending | Multi-Family Lending Equipment Financing | Lines of Credit Commercial Term Loans CORPORATE HEADQUARTERS:

NEW CITY LENDING CENTER:

SPRING VALLEY BANKING OFFICE:

325 Hamilton Avenue White Plains, NY 10601 Tel: (914) 684-2500

301 North Main Street, Suite 5 New City, NY 10956 Tel: (845) 634-7200 Gregory Monteith, EVP Raymond Francis, VP

72 West Eckerson Road Spring Valley, NY 10956 Tel: (845) 356-5300

Bank lobby hours: Mon-Fri 9 AM-5 PM • Saturday 9 AM-1 PM • Sunday 10 AM-1 PM

necb.com


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‫‪PHOTO CREDIT: JDN‬‬

‫מעמד הגדול לרגל התחלת הרחבת בית המדרש המרכזי דחסידי בעלזא במאנסי‬


‫בס"ד‬

Ramapo Tires

158 Rt. 59 - Monsey NY 10952

914-712-8473

‫גדלי' וויינבערגער‬


PHOTO CREDIT: JDN

Rabbi Biller’s 3rd graders at Yeshiva Ketana Ohr Reuven presented the Mechiras Yosef Production

Talmidim of Yeshivas Bais Hachinuch meeting with Harav Fishman Rosh Yeshiva Keser Torah

Rosh Hayeshiva Rov Simcha Bunim Cohen giving pesicha shmuuz in new Yeshiva Lev Elimelech

'‫סיום מסכת בישיבת פוניבז‬

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‫יצחק טעסלער || ‪845.352.6556‬‬

‫בס"ד‬


‫‪PHOTO CREDIT: JDN‬‬

‫דורך מוסדות מעיין ישועות אנגעפירט דורך הרה"ח ר' משה יוסף פריעדלענדער‬

‫האדמו"ר מזוועהיל בביקור אצל האדמו"ר ממחנובקה בעלזא‬

‫הגאון ר' יושע ראזענבערגער‬ ‫באזוכט ביי הרה"ח ר' הערש אלימלך‬ ‫ווערצבערגער ראה"ק סאטמאר מאנסי‬

‫האדמו"ר מקרעטשניף סיגוט במאנסי‬

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‫יארצייט פון הרה"ק רבי ישעי'לע קערעסטיר'ער זי"ע אין רבי ישעי'לעס גאסט הויז אין קערעסטיר‬

‫מסיבה לטובת כולל אהל יוסף פאפא במאנסי בבית הנגיד ר' דוד אבערלענדער‬

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PHOTO CREDIT: JDN

‫סעודת מלוה מלכה לע"נ רבי ישעי'לע קרעסטירער זצוק"ל בביהמ"ד‬ ‫סאטמאר מאנסי בראשות נכדו הגה"צ אב"ד סאטמאר מאנסי‬

juice ; thought

kale cell revitalizer, high in Chlorophyll and a energy booster

‫הערליכע מסיבה אין חדר באר ישעיה ביומא דהילולא‬ ‎‫פון הרה"ק רבי ישעי' מקערעסטיר זי"ע‬

16 FL OZ

845.352.7473 • 455 ROUTE 306

INFO@RISEWELLNESS.NET • RISEWELLNESS.NET

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‫‪SpixMedia.com‬‬

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‫בס״ד‬

‫ערשטמאליגער דערגרייכונג‬

‫אין די‬ ‫תקופה פון‬ ‫'שידוכים‪-‬‬ ‫טון' מיט‬ ‫קינדער?‬

‫הילף און ענטפערס‬

‫אויף די פילע מוטשענדע‬ ‫פראגעס און צעמישקייטן‬ ‫ווי קען איך זיין רואיג אז מ'באהאלט‬ ‫גארנישט פון מיר?‬ ‫וויאזוי ווייס איך וועלכע זאך ס'איז‬ ‫וויכטיגער צו פארקוקן?‬ ‫אויף וועלכע זאך דארף איך זיך שטעלן‬ ‫די לענג אין די ברייט?‬ ‫איז מיר טאקע געלונגען צוצוטרעפן צו‬ ‫מיין קינד'ס באשערטן?‬ ‫האב איך טאקע געטון די מאקסימום‬ ‫אלעס ריכטיג נאכצופארשן?‬ ‫ווי קען איך זיין רואיג אז כ'האב די‬ ‫ריכטיגע אינפארמאציע?‬

‫דורך קשר‪-‬פראיעקט‬ ‫וועט איר בעז״ה באקומען הילף‬ ‫פון ערפארענע מומחים בענייני‬ ‫שידוכים והמסתעף‪ ,‬וועלכע וועלן‬ ‫אייך אויסקלארן און פארענטפערן‬ ‫אלע צעמישקייטן און ספיקות‪,‬‬ ‫און געבן קלארע הדרכה וויאזוי זיך‬ ‫אומצוגיין און זיין באקוועם‪-‬רואיג‪,‬‬ ‫אז מ'טוט און מ'טראכט ריכטיג‬ ‫ביים צוגיין צו א שידוך פון אן אייגן‬ ‫קינד‪ ,‬בשעטומ"צ‪.‬‬

‫וויכטיגסטע פאר אייער רואיגקייט‪:‬‬ ‫פארן טון א שידוך ‪ -‬פארבינדט זיך מיט קשר‬

‫יפה שעה אחת קודם!‬

‫‪Kesher Project‬‬ ‫‪• special confidential office‬‬

‫‪T. 845.424.1111‬‬ ‫‪E. info@kesherproject.org‬‬ ‫‪A. 1 International Blvd. Mahwah, NJ‬‬

‫שידוכים פראיעקט‬ ‫הדרכה ויעוץ בענייני שידוכים‬


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Partners In Parnosoh A project of Tomche Shabbos of Rockland County

Business Computer Courses F or A d ult s Seek i ng E m p lo ym en t

Or i en tat ion & R e g i s t r at ion Mon d ay A p r i l 3 0 t h | 8 : 0 0 p m Ye sh i va of Sp r i ng Va l l e y G I R L S’ B U I L D I N G | 1 42 G RA N DV I E W AV E N U E

Beginners Course: Includes Introduction to Microsoft Word

Microsoft Excel

QuickBooks and Business Concepts

C l as se s be g i n M ay 6 t h S E PA RAT E E V E N I N G C L ASS E S F O R M E N A N D WO M E N F E E : $5 0 P E R CO U R S E ( I N C LU D E S B O O KS A N D M AT E R I A L S) THIS IS PAYABLE AT ORIENTATION/REGISTRATION. YOU MUST ATTEND ORIENTATION TO REGISTER.

CO U R S E A D M I SS I O N B AS E D O N F I N A N C I A L N E E D

FOR INFORMATION, PLEASE EMAIL: YHAIN@TOMCHESHABBOS.ORG

Tomche Shabbos of Rockland County

In Memory of Chaim Munzer z”l

,ca hfnu, hybte sbketr's hcm ktuna 'r ic ohhj 'r b"zk


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