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WHEN THE SATMAR REBBE, R’ Yoel, zechuso yugein aleinu, arrived on American shores, the Jewish landscape was nothing like it is today. The number of Yidden wearing shtreimlach before his arrival, along with the other Rebbes who survived, was negligible. But the Rebbe was unshakeable in his beliefs and strong like a lion in his strength to stand up for Torah values — alone, if necessary. Immediately upon his arrival, the Rebbe founded a beis medrash. At first he would stand outside to invite people to daven in his minyan. One secular Jew saw the Rebbe doing this and decided to offer what he believed would be helpful advice. America was different, the man explained, and the Rebbe would not find enough “customers” to fill his shul — he would surely be better off finding another line of “business.” History proves who was right in the end. The American ideals of fashion meant nothing to the Rebbe. Soon after his arrival, another Yid told the Rebbe that he should be embarrassed to be dressed in his chasidishe levush. The Rebbe replied that there would soon come a time when a Yid who was not dressed as he was would be embarrassed to walk there. Again, history proves who was right in the end. It says in this week’s parsha, “Van’hi v’eineinu kachagavim… — We were like grasshoppers in our eyes, and so we were in their eyes” (Bamidbar 13:33). Rashi explains this by way of the Gemara (Sotah 35a) that the meraglim had heard the Nefilim telling each other, “There are ants in the vineyard that look like people.” I once heard in a shiur that the Nefilim, who were giants, valued height tremendously and looked down upon anyone who was small. It is understandable that people whose value system treasures height would consider the meraglim, who were not giants, as grasshoppers. The question is, why should the meraglim suddenly come to see themselves as small? Although they were nesi’im of the greatest nation on earth, as soon as they faced a society that did not respect
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them, they lost respect for themselves. They adopted the values of the culture in which they were traveling and applied those values to themselves. I was once seated next to a woman at a chasunah who was among the first chasidim to live in Boro Park many years ago. She’d lived about a mile down 13th Avenue from the shul, and as she used to walk along the avenue toward shul, she was frequently harassed for her levush. One Rosh Hashanah, she was walking along 13th Avenue wearing a white tichel when a woman accosted her, ridiculing and criticizing her for wearing that “old world” tichel. “This is America!” the woman exclaimed. Sitting next to me, the lady picked up a drinking glass, turned to me, and asked, “Do you think I cared what that woman said to me? This glass could have been speaking those words, for all I cared. Why should I have cared what this woman thought? I have a Rebbe, and if the Rebbe says this is how we dress, then this is how I dress — finished!” This woman did not judge herself by American standards. She did not say, “I was unfashionable in their eyes,” or, “I was old-fashioned in their eyes.” She had a strong enough sense of who she was not to judge herself by what the society around her believed. She was solid enough in who she was that she did not care about what anyone else thought or said. On a trip to the mountains, 16-year-old Naftali* looked around and saw that there were no other Yidden in the park his family was visiting. He told his parents, “It’s really hot out, but I’m going to davka wear my rekel. I want to look Jewish, even if I’m out of place — no, because I’m out of place. It shouldn’t look like I’m trying to blend in.” As Yidden, we should be proud of who we are, and we should reject the values of the society around us when they contradict the Torah. Even if others look down on us, we should hold our heads up in dignity and honor. May we all be proud of who we are — no matter where we are.
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Nice to meet you, Rabbi Romand. I understand that you are the administrator of the new mosod, Ohel Sara, which opened this past year. Can you tell me a bit about your mosod? The mission of Ohel Sara is to develop ehrliche, happy, highly educated, confident girls. We provide a highly academic education and give our students the necessary skills to succeed in their role as the akeres habayis. A strong focus of ours is simchas hachaim. We believe that a child who has true simchas hachaim — simchas hachaim that is internal, not theoretical — can accomplish anything. This only comes through a child’s positive feeling about herself, self-confidence, self-pride and a feeling of self-worth. In our school, the Eibishter and Yiddishkeit are real. Our students are taught to talk to Hashem and apply emunah and bitachon to everyday life. For example, we had a
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student who was under the weather. When the children found out, their instant reaction was, “The Eibishter will help her feel better.” The teachers talk about the Eibishter in mundane activities: “Eibishter, please help me find the cups.” “Eibishter, thank You for making the copies come out good.” Additionally, we instill in the girls a true pride to be a Yid; that we are special and need to act accordingly. What kind of parent body are you catering to? Ohel Sarah was opened to accommodate a specific clientele. We cater to a very ehrlich and Torah’dig mainstream crowd. As a mosod, we have very strong policies that we stand behind. The families we accept are not only families that just keep the policies, but rather also reflect them. The parents of our students want to know that the other parents in the school share similar hashkafos, so they can take
comfort in that. Can you tell me a little about your background? For the past number of years, I have been involved in various areas of chinuch. I started out as a yungerman in Eretz Yisroel, where I founded an organization called Avos L’Banim to support American families struggling in the Israeli chinuch system. We organized shiurim and provided guidance to assist families through the various challenges they faced. This gave me the opportunity to discuss and gain hadracha in chinuch issues with various rabbanim and mechanchim. I also took a yearlong chinuch course from R. Zackon. The focus was on practical and creative ways of teaching, how to assess and gauge children’s progress, and an array of skills necessary for a successful classroom. Since then, I have been involved in curriculum design. These experiences honed my insight and appreciation of the field.
When it comes to a new school, one of the reservations parents have is that they want to see a structure. Are these valid concerns, and how would you address them? Such feelings are very reasonable and valid. I myself am a parent in a new cheder, and it was a big concern of ours. After discussing it with daas Torah, the final decision was based on what the cheder had to offer. To address this challenge in Ohel Sara, we have brought aboard a vaad harabbanim with years of experience in chinuch and top mechanchos with a minimum of 10 years’ experience to help us. They have a mehalech of chinuch that reflects what we want to accomplish. On staff we have an amazing preschool director, who brings a creative, unique approach to education. She has been highly successful in helping children of all ages really grow and glow. She is integrating some of the many techniques she’s trained in, including creative journaling and Kagan Structures, into the classroom. Such an approach creates an atmosphere where all the needs of a child are addressed. Our curriculum coordinator is an experienced teacher who also designs creative educational material. She has formulated a professional and practical curriculum for next year. We are also especially excited about our educational consultant, who is a very accomplished principal with over 20 years of experience in one of the established Monsey schools, who is helping to structure and design our school. Mrs. Katz, a popular kriah specialist for the past 25 years, will be the consultant for our kriah program. Technology is a hot topic in every school. Nowadays, technology is often needed for work, and we find it becoming more and more common in homes. What is the school’s hashkafah on technology, and how do you
deal with that? Ohel Sara takes a very strong stance when it comes to technology. We understand that technology is here to stay. At the same time, this does not mean that we have to embrace it. Installing a filter on a smartphone does not make this phone a “kosher” phone. The danger of technology is not only the accessibility that it offers, but more the lifestyle that it associates itself with. Technology is a culture, and once that culture is introduced into a home, it is frightening to think where it will take you. How do you deal with challenges within the school? Discipline is a major part of chinuch, and the issue must be addressed without compromising the relationship and trust of the child. Discipline is not about reprimanding a child, but rather about being mechanech them as to what’s right and wrong. Discipline is effective when there is trust between the child and teacher. Every circumstance is different, and simply addressing the behavior without addressing the trigger of the behavior can be counterproductive. We currently are focusing on addressing challenges in their premature stages to reduce the frustration in the older grades. You mentioned how you promote tznius, not from a perspective of “this is what you must do,” but from a standpoint that they should want to do what’s right. Can you expound on that? Tznius is a very touchy subject. It’s a topic that includes more than one’s manner of dress; it’s a mindset. Tznius involves how we talk, act and what we share with people. One of the challenges the world faces with technology is the lack of privacy that it engenders, which is a breach in tznius. It is a subject that has to be taught correctly. We have been in contact with someone who
has a very successful approach to this. She works on removing the stigma of tznius being unfashionable and unappealing, and instead associates it with confidence and internal pride. A lot of what you have described until now is about the ruach of the school. What about the academics? A solid academic education is important and can potentially be a foundation for a woman’s future. We also want each graduate to be prepared to enter the high school of her choice. We have a very strong focus on providing a solid, high-level education. This year’s curriculum surpassed our initial expectations. We are currently are working with our educational consultant, curriculum coordinator and preschool director to produce a high-level program for next year. One last question. I assume you already know that running a mosod is a tremendous financial undertaking. Do you, as an administrator, have a plan on how you are going to deal with this? The stability of a mosod is all based on its financial security. I think this question is something that reflects on the overall stability and organization of a school. I have met people who are administrators or who have opened mosdos with no financial plans, and they suffer because of it. To answer your question, yes, we have a strong financial plan to provide the continuous financial support of the mosod. We have been in contact with experienced administrators and BMG board members who have helped make this a reality. Rabbi Romand, I appreciate your time. I know that this is something that Monsey has been waiting for, and hope that you continue to see much hatzlacha.
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Fire Safety in the Spotlight After Two Area Incidents TWO SEPARATE INCIDENTS that took place last week emphasized the importance of fire safety, with all parties involved thankfully escaping serious injury. VIN News reported that two houses just outside Kiryas Joel were destroyed last Thursday when a partially lit cigarette butt was discarded on a wooden deck. The flames traveled from the deck up the side of the house, moving through the roof shared by the two attached homes. Approximately 100 firefighters from seven different fire companies fought the three alarm blaze, with one treated on scene for heat exhaustion. Five residents were evacuated safely by the Kiryas Joel Fire Department, the first emergency crew to arrive on scene. Two sifrei Torah were also rescued from a shul located inside one of the two Mountainview Drive homes, both of which sustained major damage from the flames, smoke and massive amounts of water used to extinguish the blaze. Just two days earlier, a Monsey area homeowner
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awoke last Tuesday morning to find his bed in flames after leaving a cell phone charger plugged into the wall right next to his mattress. Tallman Fire Department volunteer Captain Patrick McKiernan, one of approximately 15 volunteer firefighters who responded to the call, said that the man was “extremely, extremely lucky” to be alive. Phone chargers, which can get very hot, should never be placed next to flammable items because of the potential risk of fire, explained McKiernan. “Chargers need to be placed in outlets with proper ventilation,” said McKiernan. “That way the heat doesn’t build up to dangerous levels.” McKiernan said that the homeowner’s mattress and box spring were completely charred. The homeowner’s blankets were burned as well, and he sustained minor injuries. “This should definitely be a wake-up call for all of us,” noted McKiernan.
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THE PERIOD OF SEFIRAH — the time when we are committed to personal growth in preparation for Matan Torah — is behind us, yet we continue learning Pirkei Avos throughout the summer to reinforce the importance of learning about middos. During Sefirah, we remember the 24,000 talmidim of Rabi Akiva who, the meforshim explain, passed away because they didn’t have proper respect for one another. It is difficult to understand how the students of Rabi Akiva struggled in this area when Rabi Akiva was the one who said on the mitzvah of V’ahavta l’reiacha kamocha that “zeh klal gadol baTorah” — this is a great principle in the Torah. In this week’s perek, Rabi Chanina ben Teradyon says (Avos 3:3): “Two who sit together and there is no divrei Torah between them, this is a gathering of mocking cynics… But two who sit and there is divrei Torah between them, the Divine Presence of the Shechinah rests between them.” Chazal desired for us to be engaged in Torah study at all times so that we can remain connected to the Shechinah. However, Pirkei Avos was written for all generations and for all people, and
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so there is a deeper meaning in the words of the mishnah, a form of constant “divrei Torah” that is possible for even those of a weaker generation to achieve. In Parshas Vayigash (Bereishis 44:30), Yehuda tells Yosef regarding Binyomin that “Nafsho kshurah b’nafsho” — his (Yaakov’s) nefesh is connected to his (Binyomin’s) nefesh. The meforshim explain that Yehuda didn’t mean that only Binyomin had this connection with Yaakov; all of Yaakov’s children shared this connection. When Yosef realized that the brothers were aware of this connection between them, he felt ready to reveal himself. The Baal Haturim points out that “kshura” has the same gematria as “Torah.” When two people bond over Torah study, the result is a truly deep, internal connection. However, perhaps we can achieve this deep “Torah” connection not only by talking in Torah, but also by relating in a Torah’dige way. When we speak with another person and truly recognize and internalize that we are both children of Hakadosh Baruch Hu, we were both created by One Master, Elokai Mimaal, then surely this can also be considered a form of “divrei Torah,” which ultimately brings the Presence of the Shechinah. The pasuk tells us: “V’ahavta l’reiacha kamocha — Ani Hashem.” We need to love others like ourselves because, as the Torah reminds us, “Ani Hashem” — we are all children of One Father. Perhaps the talmidim of Rabi Akiva did not show adequate respect for one another because they felt like separate creations, instead of feeling the deep connection that comes from a constant awareness that we all share One Father in Heaven. The reality is that not every two people who sit together can always engage in divrei Torah, but we know that the Ribono Shel Olam does not push anyone away, including the simple Yidden. However, if we understand Rabi Chanina’s words to mean that when we sit with others we should connect through Torah — through the Torah-based understanding that we all share a chelek Elokai Mimaal, then the Divine Presence of the Shechinah will rest upon us. Many years ago, a chasid by the name of Moshe arrived from afar to Rebbe Yitzchak Vorke, zt”l. He came in and started crying uncontrollably about his son, who needed a major refuah. After Reb Yitzchak thought for a little bit, he said, “I don’t see how you can be helped. It’s a gezeirah min haShamayim.” “But please, Rebbe,” begged the chasid, “please help me. I will not go home until the Rebbe will poel a yeshuah!” “I’m sorry, I cannot help you,” the Rebbe said. “I think you
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Recipes and food styling by: Leah Stern Photo credit: C. Tarkieltaub Quinoa has gained muchdeserved popularity and is even considered a gourmet food. Itâ€™s one of the healthiest grains; some even classify it as a complete protein because it is the only grain that contains all essential amino acids. Interestingly, it is usually found only in organic variety. Its taste is unique, yet pretty bland, serving as a canvas for many flavors and textures. Make sure to rinse quinoa well under cool running water to remove natural sopians, a bitter substance that coats the grain.
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The roasted vegetables complement the quinoa beautifully, creating a very special dish. I dressed it with caesar dressing, but oil and salt can be used to create a lighter version. Make some extra for a filling pack-along lunch.
Quinoa with Roasted Vegetables
INGREDIENTS 2 cups cooked quinoa
1 red pepper
1 large purple onion
2 T. olive oil
½ of a small-medium butternut squash
1 T. salt
1 yellow squash
¼ tsp. ground pepper 1 garlic, crushed
1 green squash
CAESAR DRESSING ¼ cup light mayonnaise 1 T. sugar 1 T. vinegar
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1 crushed garlic or frozen cube Dash of pepper
DIRECTIONS 1. To prepare quinoa, bring 1 cup of quinoa and 2 cups of water to boil. Cook for 20 minutes, until water is absorbed. Allow to stand for 5 minutes, and then fluff with a fork. Salt lightly. 2. Slice onions into thick slices, and cut squash and peppers into chunks. Mix with oil and spices and place on a flat roaster pan. 3. Cover tightly with foil and bake on 450° for 50 minutes. Uncover and bake for additional 20 minutes. Top broil for 3–5 minutes, taking care that it doesn’t burn. 4. Combine quinoa with 1½ cups of vegetables and serve with any caesar dressing (see one recipe listed here).
מיט גרויס צער און טרויער שיקן מיר אונזער טרייסט וואונטשען פון טיפעניש פון הארץ, פאר אונזער געטרייער און איבערגעבענער עדיטאר ,האשה החשובה
מרת ד .גורעלניק תחי' און די גאנצע משפחת קיזעלניק החשובה איבער די פלוצימ'דיגע פטירה פון זייער חשובע פאטער דער איש החסד
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These patties are delicious both baked and fried. They make for a great lunch or a dinner side dish.
Vegetable Quinoa Patty
DIRECTIONS QUINOA 1½ cups quinoa 3 cups water 2 T. kosher salt
¼ tsp. black pepper ½ tsp. paprika
1. Rinse quinoa. Place in a small saucepan with water and spices. Bring to a boil and cook 20 minutes 2. Heat a skillet, pour in oil and add onions. Saute. 3. Finely dice pepper and celery, and shred carrots with a small shredder. (I use a four-sided grater with a variety of shredding options.) Celery and carrots each yield approximately ¾ cup once cut and shredded.
¼ cup light olive oil
4. Add vegetables to sauteed onions and cook for approximately 10–12 minutes.
1 medium onion, finely diced
5. Mix vegetables with quinoa. Add flour and eggs.
1 red pepper 4 stalks checked celery 2 cello carrots
FRYING METHOD Heat scant amount of oil in a non-stick skillet. Fry patty until golden. Flip over and fry other side.
BAKING METHOD ⅓ cup flour 4 eggs
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Preheat oven to 350°. Smear olive oil on a parchment-lined cookie sheet. Form patties and place in pan. Bake for 25–30 minutes, turning over about halfway through.
Euro-Style Quinoa Salad
This salad, with its unique eye-appealing and palate-pleasing combination, makes for a gourmet winner.
INGREDIENTS 2 cups cooked quinoa
⅓ cup mandarin segments
⅓ cup pomegranate arils
1 cup pea shoots
⅓ cup cubed mango
1½ T. olive oil
½ tsp. salt
1½ T. vinegar
Dash white pepper
3 T. sugar
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Place quinoa on a flat plate. Top with fruits and pea shoots and drizzle with ⅔ of dressing, adding more if stronger flavor is desired. Alternatively, combine all ingredients in a bowl.
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There’s nothing like a Yiddishe community when it comes to giving. For us, chesed is a way of life. Here in Monsey we’ve got amazing volunteer services like Chaverim, Hatzolah and Misaskim, which are household names and deserve our unending appreciation and respect. Beyond that, there are other organizations that help the community in ways we may not even realize. Here’s a peek behind the scenes at but a few special chesed organizations. Regretfully, time constraints prevented the inclusion of many more wonderful organizations such as Darchei Chesed, Chesed 24/7 and more. They are all worthy of our hakaras hatov. Please note: Names and identifying details of all chesed recipients in the following personal accounts have been changed to preserve anonymity.
MILES FOR LIFE
845.492.3131 | firstname.lastname@example.org A PERSONAL ACCOUNT When Miles for Life called me, it was really bad timing. I mean, I love to do chesed and I’d told them last year they could try me if they needed a sponsorship. But then they actually called and asked if I would be able to donate 22,000 miles to cover plane tickets for a young patient and his parents who needed to go to the Mayo Clinic in Minnesota. “Funds are tight now,” I said, “and I need to travel somewhere myself. It’s really not a good time to share my miles. I’m sorry.” The person on the other end of the line thanked me, saying she understood. But five minutes later I called her back, shocked, and more than willing to give my miles. “Is the name of the patient Yaakov Green?” I asked, telling her that own my brother had mentioned to me that his child needed to go to the Mayo Clinic to see a specific specialist. She only answered me that Miles for Life has a confidentiality policy. No bother. One phone call to family and I figured it out on my own: It was my own flesh and blood who needed the miles! Of course I donated them! And I will next time as well — even if it isn’t for my own family, because everyone deserves to receive the medical care they need. WHAT THEY DO Miles for Life is dedicated to alleviating the burden of travel expenses that may prevent a choleh from receiving the highest level of care available for his/her condition. By matching up any type of donated points — be they bank or credit card points, air miles, gift cards or vouchers — with patients who can’t afford plane tickets, Miles for Life is able to help with the healing. More than 1 million miles and 100 trips are arranged each week. Since its inception three years ago, Miles for Life has funded 5,642 trips with a total of more than 62 million miles. That’s $2.6 million that cholei Yisroel saved on travel expenses!
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A PERSONAL ACCOUNT As a widowed mother with four kids — two of whom are medically frail — life can be completely overwhelming, and sometimes it doesn’t take much to tip the scale. Recently, the scale was tipped all the way to one side; I felt like I couldn’t handle anything anymore! And it didn’t help matters that one of my other children was falling behind in cheder due to his ADHD. When I called Satmar Bikur Cholim of Monsey, I really didn’t know how they could help, but help me they did! After discussing it, it was decided that we’d focus on my son with ADHD. Bikur Cholim is sponsoring part of his therapy three times a week, and that helps him learn to manage his ADHD and keeps him busy so I can have a little peace of mind. Now the scales are finally starting to tip the other way, and all because Bikur Cholim cares! WHAT THEY DO Satmar Bikur Cholim of Monsey was established to serve many needs. One of their most well-known services is the sponsorship of stays at Aim B’Yisroel and Aishes Chayil for postpartum mothers who have several children at home or other extenuating circumstances. The Bikur Cholim also subsidizes medical needs not covered by insurance, such as therapy for mental wellness, and they also help with patient copays. A program that will provide meals for families going through challenging medical situations is currently in the planning stages.
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RABBI ROSENSTOCK OF TOMCHE SHABBOS SHARES A STORY Last week I received an interesting phone call. A family had received an unexpected financial gift, and they separated maaser right away, cutting a check for Tomche Shabbos. I was asked to come pick up it up. When I arrived on their block, I was struck by the incongruity of the family’s tiny, old house right across the street from a huge mansion. And yet it was the family who lived very simply that handed me $12,000 to help their fellow Monseyites. “We wanted to give this to Tomche Shabbos,” they told me, “because we know that the money really goes to help people and that you’ll use it wisely.” That’s Tomche Shabbos; we’ve been helping Monsey families for years.
L’ASURIM SHARES Being imprisoned and away from one’s family is terribly difficult, and we pray that no Yid should go through this. But when it does happen, L’Asurim works hard to protect the rights of the imprisoned. As a religious Jewish man, Rabbi Sholom Mordechai Rubashkin needed to be able to daven and learn as a Yid should. L’Asurim is happy to have facilitated the use of the sefer Torah that was with Rabbi Rubashkin during his imprisonment as well as a weekly minyan consisting of L’Asurim volunteers.
WHAT THEY DO The chesed at Tomche Shabbos is multifold. Most Monseyites know about the volunteers who spend Thursday night packaging and delivering food for Shabbos to those in need, but Tomche Shabbos is so much more than that alone! In the past five years, Tomche Shabbos has helped over 300 people find work through their job-placement program. They’ve also helped people develop skills to enter the workforce through their low-cost classes in which programs like Quickbooks, Word and Oracle Database are taught. And every other month or so, Tomche Shabbos warehouses turn into Costco-like shopping centers where families can purchase foodstuff at below-wholesale prices. This helps not only struggling families, but the Monsey supermarkets as well, which have an accumulated total of $3.6 million of accounts in debt. Before yom tov, Tomche Shabbos also provides $200,000 worth of clothing for the community.
WHAT THEY DO L’Asurim is dedicated to prisoner well-being, acting as an advocate to protect prisoners’ civil and religious rights. Care packages containing kosher food, reading material and religious items are facilitated year-round for prisoners as well, and family and clergy visits, including transportation, are also arranged by L’Asurim. There is also a pen pal program between inmates and non-prisoners run by L’Asurim. Crime prevention through education is another area where L’Asurim excels. Events are arranged and literature is distributed in the Yiddishe community about legalities in various circumstances.
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845.426.6504 firstname.lastname@example.org RABBI MASHINSKY OF KUPATH EZRAH SHARES A STORY Several years ago, there was a man who went through our job-placement program. We really invested in him, helping him to learn new skills and become settled in a position. A while later, this man was blessed to open his own business and did very well financially. We were thrilled to see things working out for him. One day, that man came over and asked me to calculate how much money Kupath Ezrah had invested in him. It came out to $11,300. He immediately wrote out a check for that sum. “From now on, anything I give to Kupath Ezrah will be fresh funds; I won’t feel like I am just paying you back.” That’s a great feeling, knowing that we helped set this man up for a successful career in business. WHAT THEY DO Kupath Ezrah was established 59 years ago when Monsey was just a fledgling community. It was established by the people, for the people. The first year, $1,200 was distributed to families in need. Since then, over $40 million has been distributed to families in need. There are currently over 750 families who receive monthly checks, which help them keep bread on the table, clothing on their backs and a roof over their heads. Emergency funding is also available for gas, electric and water bills, when the need arises. Monsey Jobs Network and Parneseini are projects of Kupath Ezrah that help people find jobs. And, of course, there is the Nearly New Shop in Spring Valley that sells clothing at bargain prices, and the Furniture Exchange in Monsey that sells gently used furniture for very discounted prices.
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The story I am about to share happened to me about 23 years ago. Ever since then, when I wake up in the morning, I say Modeh Ani with special zeal — I am awake! I can breathe! I repeat the words of Modeh Ani again and again, marveling at and internalizing the
profundity of the message these words hold. Though so much time has elapsed, I continue to reminisce and relive my experience. Now I want to share with the world my encounter with death, so that others who luckily haven’t experienced it can gain from its message.
I WAS A YOUNG MOTHER of four little children, the oldest of whom was just five years old. I hadn’t been feeling well for a couple of months, and after much consultation, the doctors decided to proceed with a difficult surgical procedure. The surgery was traumatic, not only from a physical aspect, but because of the deeper, emotional and spiritual experience it engendered. Soon after the onset of the procedure, which was done with the use of only local anesthesia, I began to lose a lot of blood. This caused a commotion in the operating room. I asked the doctor what was wrong and he responded, “You’re bleeding a bit.” But from the sound of things, I knew it wasn’t just a bit. Minutes later,
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my head started swimming. Doctors came running in from all over. They turned me upsidedown, my head facing downward and my feet lifted up. From that moment on, I started fighting for my life. It wasn’t a simple fight. I was there and not there at the same time. Physically, I lay on the operating table, awake for much of the eight-hour-long operation. For the most part, I didn’t feel the pain. I was aware of which parts of my body they were taking out and working on. I also knew whom they called into the room, and I heard what the doctors were saying. They threw comments like, “We’re losing her, we’re losing her!” and “We must save her! She’s a mother of four children!” Then came the desperate “What can we do? We’ve tried everything…” It was frightening. At the same time, I felt my neshamah fighting for me. With unreal clarity, I understood that my time had come and that I was being summoned to judgment. I was standing before Hashem, with no malachim or intermediaries between us. It was a clear struggle. My neshamah was fighting for my body to remain alive. I remember thinking, I must live! Who will care for my baby and children?! Who will be there for my husband? Oh, I just must be at the simchos of my children… These were my thoughts. But I was not controlling the negotiations. Present at the Beis Din were Hashem, my neshamah and myself. And it was my neshamah that was presiding over the proceedings, acting as my advocate and explain-
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ing why I must remain alive. I realized the amazing truth: My neshamah remembered every detail that had transpired in my life — all of my deeds and actions — and was bringing them forth before the Heavenly Court, trying to tip the scales in my favor. Most of the deeds that my neshamah brought forth were the acts of kindness and chesed that I had performed over my lifetime. It was interesting to discover — and I later learned that many seforim tell of this too — that chesed is the greatest thing a person can do, not only for others, but for himself, too. Especially meritorious are acts of kindness that earn little or no accolades from the people around us, but whose true effort and value remain simply between Hakadosh Baruch Hu and ourselves. I remember three main points that my neshamah used to argue my case. First, she presented an issue where I had been mevater to my husband. After my chasunah, my husband asked me to undertake a specific kabbalah. It was very, very hard for me to agree, but I did respect his wishes. It was not a move that my husband appreciated enough, because he never even realized how difficult it was for me! It was mesiras nefesh that came with no outside recognition. Today, I keep a little paper of segulos near my bed. One of the things it lists is that when a wife is mevater to her husband, even in private, she merits ehrliche children. Next, my neshamah presented an ongoing act
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DAY AFTER DAY, we thank Hashem for the love of kindness that He implanted within us. Gemilas chesed, doing acts of kindness, imitates Hashem Himself, and is one of the triad of distinctive characteristics of our holy nation. The love of this mitzvah propels our people into maintaining millions of multifaceted gemachim and incredible chesed organizations all over the globe. But beyond the opportunities presented by these more “commercial” chesed enterprises, there’s the chesed we do as private citizens. As the nation for whom kindness is a way of life, we will never stop reaching out to give each other a helping hand. Here are some of the finer points that can take this glorious mitzvah to the next level.
LOOK OUT! In Yerushalayim of the earlier part of the twentieth century, there was little food, few comforts, and constant struggle and turmoil. The city had spiritual riches, but precious little physical resources. Through the suffering, many people were sustained by the loving support of one of the city’s tzaddikim, Rav Aryeh Levin, zt”l, father-in-law of Rav Elyashiv. This singular man spent hours 1
every Shabbos visiting the convicts in Yerushalayim’s central prison. He could be found consoling every bereaved family. He took care of providing food to destitute widows, visited the sick, and even as he aged, was an unstoppable baal chesed. Once, an acquaintance persuaded Rav Aryeh to take a few days’ rest in a convalescent home. He arrived on a bright sunny day to rest and recharge. Only he found no rest. The ever-cheerful, smiling Rav Aryeh became dispirited and miserable. Soon he explained to the proprietor that he was leaving. “What am I doing here?” he said. “All I do is sit and eat and drink. No one comes to pour out his heart to me, and I don’t have the opportunity to do a single thing for anyone, to help a single human being... Don’t be angry with me, but I can’t go on staying here.1” Chesed was not something Rav Aryeh did when the opportunity presented itself; rather, he focused his days on what he could do for other people. Because, after all, if I’m here for myself, what am I?
When other people and what we can do for them become our focus, we adopt a truly Yiddishe life’s philosophy. If you’re going to a neighbor’s wedding, is there another neighbor who doesn’t drive who would appreciate a ride? Is there someone in your life who can’t get out and needs a phone call? Someone who would love to know about a sale you’ve spotted? Megillas Esther concludes with a comment about the life of Mordechai Hatzadik, describing him as a “doresh tov le’amo” — someone seeking the good of his people. Not only did he do what was asked, but he also sought opportunities to help, to make other Yidden’s lives easier and better.
ALL ABOUT YOU? When it comes to chesed, it has to be about the other person. Letting go of our own likes and dislikes and prejudices in order to get into some-
This story is retold in his biography, A Tzaddik in Our Time, written by Simcha Raz (Feldheim Publishers, 1976).
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ABA ServiceS one else’s head and take care of their needs is not easy. Let’s take a scenario where a group of workmates is organizing a rotation to cook suppers for a coworker with a sick child. The family only eats chicken under a certain hashgacha, and they don’t like schnitzel and prefer dairy. Inevitably, someone will comment, “Why do they have to be so picky in a situation like this? Is it so bad if they eat another brand of chicken? It’s all kosher!” or “Beggars can’t be choosers! Who has time for dairy?” But viewing the matter through the eyes of the recipient will never produce this kind of reaction. Think about them: The situation in the hospital is tense,
IT’S THE SMALL THINGS A group once went to do chesed in a local nursing home. After chatting with the residents, they gave out individual servings of delicious cheesecake. Then they waved their hands and left, glowing. The residents each looked at the small aluminum pan with its clear cover, tied with a pretty ribbon. Mrs. Lefkowitz made an attempt to open her box, but the ribbon defeated her arthritic fingers, and the aluminum closure cut them. Mr. Braun peered at the box. Where was the list of ingredients? He’d had celiac disease for years. Mrs. Kahan and Mrs. Levy waved their boxes after the departed visitors to try and give them back. They were both diabetic. And Rebbetzin Shulman wished she could put it in the fridge somehow. She hoped none of her fellow seniors would make the mistake of eating the cake now — they couldn’t eat it after a fleishig lunch. When doing chesed, it’s thinking of the small details — to label the package, take into account preferences and correct timing, etc. — that elevates the mitzvah and takes a person from just being yotzei to actually doing a beautiful deed and enhancing someone’s day.
HE ARRIVED ON A BRIGHT SUNNY DAY TO REST AND RECHARGE. ONLY HE FOUND NO REST. and the child needs her parents constantly; the mother is at her bedside; the other kids are anxious, afraid, and also resent that Mommy is never available for games and stories and homework. And now, they don’t even have Mommy’s normal suppers that they’re used to, and “Eww, I’m not eating this!” Seeing things from the other party’s perspective changes everything. It can also change our approach and the words we say. Megillas Rus reports that when Rus came home from the fields, she gave Naomi “what she had left over.” Why? Couldn’t she serve her mother-in-law the first portion from the gleanings? The Chidah explains that Rus knew her mother-in-law’s character very well. Naomi wanted Rus to do well for herself, for her own benefit, and wouldn’t have accepted the food if Rus had said, “Here, I brought this for you.” So Rus entered her mother-in-law’s mindset and gave her the food as if it were her own leftovers. Now Naomi would feel just fine about accepting it.
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As we opened the closet doors, I understood immeWHEN I THINK OF EXCELLENT BALABUSTAS, MY sister-in-law Esti is the first person to come to mind. Her diately what the problem was. Most of the shelves in the multi-course suppers are always ready by five o’clock closet were taken up by spare pillows and blankets, forcsharp, her kids are bathed and in bed by seven, her ing the towels and linen to be squeezed into inadequate floors sparkle, and, of course, she has picture-perfect space. This resulted in such tight piles of linen and towclosets. That’s why I was so surprised when she said els that it was nearly impossible to find anything. I reasshe was embarrassed for me to open her linen closet. I sured Esti that this was a quick fix and advised her to was at her house for Shabbos and needed an extra hand simply move the pillows and blankets to storage, freeing towel. Rather than simply directing me to the closet and up the shelves so they could be used properly. My preference is to keep a couple of having me help myself, she extra pillows and blankets in left the salad she was preparI knew the issue wasn’t each bedroom closet, on the ing and went upstairs to get it excess clutter, as Esti’s selftop shelf that is too high to for me. After Shabbos, when I had proclaimed favorite household be of practical use for almost anything else. This makes it convinced her that, as someitem is the garbage can. one who does this for a living, easy to pull one down when necessary right where it will no closet could shock me, we be used, but keeping them in went upstairs together to assess the situation and come up with a solution. I knew large bins in your storage area works well, too. Bath and pool towels should be folded in neat piles, the issue wasn’t excess clutter, as Esti’s self-proclaimed favorite household item is the garbage can. I also knew with the nice side facing out. For the cleanest look, you she didn’t have a space predicament since she had re- can separate them by color, but if they’re folded properly cently redone her upstairs and had been very excited they will look good regardless. Hand towels can either with all the extra closet space she now had. be folded into smaller stacks or rolled nicely and placed
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in an open bin or basket. Washcloths and smaller towels that won’t fold nicely should definitely be kept in a basket, as these do not make nice piles. Dish towels should be kept in the kitchen, since that is where they are used. However, if you have a very large collection you can keep the extras in your linen closet, either in nicely folded piles or in another basket. There are a few different options when it comes to storing linen. Of course, folding them into nice piles and tying them with ribbons is the prettiest choice. A more practical — but less fancy — way is folding each piece separately and then storing them all nicely in one of the set’s pillowcases. You can then pile them in stacks organized by bed size: twin-size linen in one pile, full-size in another, and so on. Just don’t forget to label the shelf underneath each linen pile with the size. If you’re one of the few talented people out there who can fold sheets nicely, you can keep extra sheets and pillowcases in a nice pile. For everyone else, the best place for those is in a basket as well. The same goes for portacrib sheets and any other stray bedding accessories you have. Tablecloths should be folded nicely and placed in piles, separated by table type or table size, depending on the tables you have. For example, if your dining room and kitchen tables are the same size, separating the cloths by table size is not going to help. In that case, you would make one pile for the kitchen table and one for the dining room. Don’t forget to label the shelf underneath each stack so it’s very clear to see which table each one is for. If you have room in your linen closet to hang a rod, another option for tablecloths is to hang each one on a separate hanger, with a pinned-on slip of paper indicating the size of the cloth. As with any closet that has long shelves that will be used for multiple piles, your linen closet will benefit greatly from shelf dividers. This keeps each pile where it should be without worrying about them falling over and into each other. A good rule of thumb to remember: If your closet starts out with only neat piles and shelves, you will be more motivated to keep it that way.
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Sir Moses Haim Montefiore (1784–1885) was a famous philanthropist who was devoted to public service, with a mission to mediate for and intercede on behalf of his brothers. Montefiore never completed his schooling, as at a young age he went to work to help out his family financially. He was employed first by a tea merchant, then by a grocer, and then slowly progressed in the stock market, eventually becoming a broker. He was forced to give up his broker’s license shortly thereafter, though, when he lost all of his clients’ money because of a fraudster he’d invested with. Even though it took him another ten years to get licensed again, he ended up accumulating a fortune on London’s stock market.
Montefiore and Nathan Mayer Rothschild (son of Mayer Anschel) were brothers-in-law, and at one point, business partners. Their wives were sisters.
Montefiore became a full-fledged baal teshuvah at the age of 43, and from that point and on, he’d travel with a personal shochet to ensure a steady supply of kosher meat. It was one of his many life missions to work against the winds of the Haskalah, and to limit the growth of the Reform movement.
Sir Moses retired from his business at the young age of 40 and devoted the rest of his life — and a large chunk of his fortune — to philanthropy. At 6 feet 3 inches, he was quite the imposing figure, and Montefiore used his impressive demeanor and influence to effect salvation for Jews abroad. He visited the sultan of the Ottoman Empire to use his influence to liberate ten Syrian Jews who were imprisoned after a blood libel. He was granted an audience with the Pope in Rome in an attempt to free a Jewish child who was forcibly converted. He traveled to Russia, Morocco and Romania for similar missions. The oppressed Yidden of Eastern Europe looked up to him as a hero.
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HELLO, SIR! The Yiddish world is scattered with institutions named after Sir Moses Montefiore, among them, shuls, cemeteries and educational buildings.
In recognition of his humanitarian work on behalf of Jews, Montefiore was knighted by Queen Victoria, awarding him the honorific “Sir” before his name. That same year, he was elected sheriff of London. He later became high sheriff of Kent and also received baronetcy (another honorable title awarded by the British Crown whose receiver earns the title “Sir”).
Montefiore Medical Center in Bronx, NY, is another very famous memorial. It originally opened in Manhattan on Moses Montefiore’s 100th birthday and went by the name “Montefiore Home for Chronic Invalids.”
One of the most famous Montefiore memorials is the Montefiore Windmill in Yerushalayim, which he built to provide cheap flour to poor Yidden.
Montefiore lived until the age of 100. Both his 99th and 100th birthdays were celebrated in style, with every local charity being beneficiaries of his philanthropy. How surprised he was, at the age of 89, to read his obituary in a local paper. He wrote to the editor saying, “Thank G-d to have been able to hear of the rumor and to read an account of the same with my own eyes, without using spectacles.” This was during a time when the average life expectancy in Britain was less than 50 years.
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It’s more dangerous to refuse. They’ll suspect us of kidnapping and involve the police!
We keep getting calls from the families. They want to talk to their children. I wonder how they found us?
It’s probably the anti-missionary organization.
No! They can mess up our plans! So let the children answer, but make sure they don’t reveal details about our location.
Should we let them talk to their kids?
Hi, sweetie. I am an askan who wants to help you get out. Can you tell me where you are exactly?
That’s it, Boris. You spoke enough. Give me the phone.
Thanks. I’m really homesick. We are at….
Children, you know how important your education and success is to us. There are evil organizations that want to return you to a life of poverty. That’s why from today on, we do not allow you to reveal details about out location to anyone!
We can’t agree. Let’s rebel.
Why? It’s good for us here.
Recap: With the help of the anti-missionary organization, the missionary cult is contacted by parents who want to speak to their children. One son feels homesick.
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DOVID HAMELECH’S PROMISE CHANGES CANCER DIAGNOSIS Mordechai was in shock. How was he going to tell his wife, his kids? Cancer? But he was so young, only 40! There was so much he had left to do with his life. How did this happen? He had just gone in for a regular physical…which led to tests…which led to this. What could he do? That night, he met up with his Chavrusah at the local Shteible, as usual. Yitzy knew something was wrong right away. “Spill it! You are not concentrating at all- what’s wrong?” So he told him. It felt so good to tell someone and share the burden. Yitzy was deep in thought for a few minutes, and then gently asked, “Have you tried the Tehillim Kollel?” “That does not sound like a doctor,” Mordechai responded suspiciously. “No, it’s not,” said Mordechai, with a chuckle. “But they are an unbelievable organization. They have minyanim of ehrliche men reciting the entire Sefer Tehillim at special places, like Meron, the Kever of the Ribnitzer Rebbe. What does it hurt, sign up!” Mordechai took his chavrusah’s advice and called Tehillim Kollel, asking that they daven that he should be
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Bank lobby hours: Mon-Fri 9 AM-5 PM • Saturday 9 AM-1 PM • Sunday 10 AM-1 PM
Over 3,000 sq ft renovated colonial with ready income. Over 10,000 sq ft lot. Can keep colonial and add additional town house
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Gorgeous oversized private Colonial Over 5,300 sq ft, nice yard. 3 Apartments spring valley
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Oversized raised ranch. 6 bedrooms, big kitchen, 2.5 baths with nice private lot spring valley
Nice condo in the heart of Monsey w/ low taxes, Only $548K. Big yard, oversized 30x10 porch
Oversized, 3k sqft Central Colonial. Great condition. 1.17 Acre property. Fully finished basement. Near Newday Supermarket fully available
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Classifieds FOR SALE 2011 NISSAN SENTRA navigation bluetooth backup camera 83,000 miles ex cond $6,000 neg. 347-708-0959 2007 CAMRY Great Condition. Silver ‘07 Toyota Camry LE. Leather seats. 120K miles. asking $5,800 neg. Call or text: 845596-7343 4-DOOR CHINA CLOSET in very good condition, due to moving for a good price. Please call 845-499-8098 CHILDREN’S 5 DRAWER DRESSER All solid wood. 34 in Width by 46 in Height. Good condition. Please text 914-649-6627. NEW DINETTE SETS glass top and wood. Also wood dinette chairs and stackable dinette chairs. Furniture Maiven 845-6421225 MASTER B/R SET Off-white, 2 48” beds, night table, dresser and an armoire. new condition. Pls call 917-471-0114 PRE-OWNED FURNITURE Natural children’s desk, chair and night table, Master bedroom set, two traditional living room accent chairs with round table, crib,
dressers, off white armoire, coffee table and mattresses. Furniture Maiven 845-6421225 MASTER B/R SET Two tone includes two 39” headboards armoire dresser nightstand call 425-2936 MASTER BEDROOM SET excellent condition: armoire, dresser, headboards, night table for $1800. Call 347-6453654 KENMORE DRYE in perfect working condition, $250 Call/text 845.548.2685 AIR CONDITIONER Digital window air conditioner with remote in excellent condition. 6400 BTU. $100 OBO. Call 216-4709841. Please leave message if no answer.
GARAGE/MOVING SALE Electronics, indoor/outdoor furniture, toys, linens, everything top quality and bottom prices! Sunday, June 3 @ 12 Margetts Rd
lounger #2 exerciser $40. call 845-290 1168 MOVING/GARAGE SALE Toys, clothes, furniture, and more! Sunday June 10th from 11-3, 6 Regina Court.
7 QT CROCK POT in excellent condition, hardly used. $15 obo. Call or text 659-1265
CHOCOLATE LOG MOLD with lace design for sale call 425-2936
PANASONIC CORDLESS Bluetooth phone 5 handset “brand new” $90 reg $150 729-3299
‘NEW CHAPTER’ ‘every woman’ multivitamin. Just opened Used 4 pieces 8452386691
PRE-OWNED STROLLERS In perfect conditionBugaboo, Bugabee, Doona,Uppababy, Maclaren and more… Call 845-5339361
POOL FILTER MOTOR Pinnacle 3/4 HP for pool, Hot Tub or Spa. Good Condition Call 914 906-2853
MACLAREN DOUBLE Denim, great condition. Call: 845~478~4969
NEW FUR COAT at a great price. Please call 845-578-5750.
CAR SEATS & HICHAIR’S Brand new, cheap price! Call 845-352-4136
21 CUBIC FRIDGE/FREEZER White, hardly used excellent condition $275 and water cooler $50 Please call 8455385420
GIFT CERTIFICATE at Supreme Laser in Brooklyn for $1000 selling for $600 obo. Please call or text 845274-1909
BUGABOO BUFFALO Still in box, selling for $650. Call 347-977-1993
CUISINART PROCESSOR 14 CUP Please call 845~538~7203
BEAUTIFUL JEWELRY bracelet, earrings and concord white gold watch. please call: 845-746-6012
PROFESSIONAL RECORDING EQUIPMENT Tape Recorders, Mikes,Stands, EQ plus more. Call 914 906-2853
WOODEN PLANTER $20 black porcelain large vase $20 all purpose closet $45 call 845-664-2109
PEDAL GO-KART Perfect gift ages 4-8. Call 845-304-5160
NORDICTRACK skiing exercise machine excellent condition $45. Ab
WHITE WHIRLPOOL DRYER with pedestal $300
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MOVING SALE Oak Bookcase $40 foyer table $35 black cd holder rack
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organizer $20 call 845-6642109 2 MATCHING short sleeve summer tops (still with tags) size 12 months and size 3t. $10 a top. Call 845 200-1689
MONITOR FOR SALE LG 29UM68-P 29” 21:9 UltraWide FreeSync IPS Monitor never opened for $200. (AMAZON: $240!) call 845 274 3879.
NAVY WITH WHITE sole zara boys sneaker size 21. Current season new w tags. $20 obo orig 25.99. 356 2358
WEDDING SHAAS light Brown Talmud Bavli, Oiz Vehuder, Mehideres Friedman Shaas, never used. Call for best offer 917.789.2322.
16”-20” BIKES $15-$40 text or call 845-6625931
EXPERIENCED Second Grade English teacher’s file. 8454256059
SALE porta crib $65, Apple iMac 5G all in one computer 17” like new in box $100. Sherwood dual cassette deck great for duplication $35. call 917-6134234.
SNOW CONE MACHINE like new $20 please call (845)371-8221
CRYSTALS cake and candy dishes very cheap 8452386691 KORG X3 keyboard with full programs mint condition call 845 659 0222 ALMOST NEW AWNING in great condition, deck size currently on, 12 foot wide and 9 foot depth 845-641-2070 NEW DOONA STROLLER with base for car - car seat coverts to stroller $499. 845533-9361 GRACO CAR SEAT with snap n go, gently used $120 845-352-1372. VIDEO SURVEILANCE SYSTEMS Four high resolution outdoor cameras plus installation for under $1000! 845.538.3486 WOOD CRAFTS Perfect for Backyard Camps & Playgroups Call 426-1247 for more information
UPPABABY GLUXE (maclarin style). Black. new in box. $220. 718-781-9283
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 SUMMER HOME available for 6 weeks. Five bedrooms, 3 full baths, deck in the back, swing set, kid-friendly block, on a Culde-sac: 845 371 1002 or 845 807 9667 SHABBOS RENTAL IN CHESTNUT RIDGE Private house. 4 bedrooms. Linen towels and hotplate provided. $750. Please call or text 845-559-9089 FALLSBURG HOUSE S.Fallsburg Off Main St: 2 Legal Homes on 50x185 Lot, 5 Bbrm/4Bths. Nu Reno: Kit,Elec,HW,Paint,Drivewy.
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Full-Time Bookkeeper: Must have 2-3 years recent bookkeeping experience in a busy office. Strong Excel skills required. FundEZ a plus. 36 hours a week, benefits including great paid time off package. All female office.
Shift Leader – Women’s Group Home: Work on-site with staff to help individuals with developmental disabilities to achieve their goals. Also responsible for staff scheduling. Hours 3:309:30 Sunday to Thursday. Must drive. Possibility for additional hours and full-time benefits.
Male Staff – Flexible Hours: Male staff to work with young men with special needs, one-on-one and in a group. Must drive and have own car. Part-time or Full-time available. Sunday 9:00am4:00pm, Monday to Thursday 11:00am-6:30pm. Additional hours available weekends and evenings.
E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 845-354-3233 x1121 A+ Invest Prop: Converts to 4 Legal Rentl Units w/Sep Util. $118k For Sale By Ownr (917)660-6563 SUMMER RENTAL IN MONSEY Beautiful, sunny airy 4 bdrm duplex apartment for rent for the whole summer. Kid-friendly neighborhood. Shopping nearby. Call for more details 845.587.0223 5 BEDROOM CONDO with kitchen appliances West Central area avail July 1. $3,000. Section 8 preferred. 845-659-8098. SUMMER RENTAL 6 bedrooms. Nice outdoors with large deck. Chestnut Ridge area. Can also be divided into two separate apartments with separate
entrance/kitchen. Avail July 8-23 Call: 845-459-7953 WEST PALM BEACH, FL 2 B.R. 1 1/2 BTH , Condo in Century Village for sale ,Tiles throughout, Brand new central a/c system Enclosed porch over lake, low taxes call 917-613-4234 FOR RENT ON ELM STREET Walk in level flat style unit for rent includes: Kitchen/ Dinette, Dining Rm/Living Rm, 4 bedrooms, 2.5 baths and patio. Please Call 917-7892490. POMONA TOWN HOUSE 2800 sf, 4Bdr 3Ba Cambridge twnhs for sale. granite ktchn with top line SS appl. Shul. Pool. 55+only. Call 845.323.8690 prncipls only
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KENNEDY/SHARON Corner unit, private-side entrance ($20K discount for quick cash closing) Call/Text 845-288-2846 3-5 BDRM 3-5 bdrm + 2 bath ; big LR/ DR spacious kitchen applncs incld; private deck+ bckyd; Great Price 845 377 3687 FURNISHED APT.
3 Room apt. available August 1st. 845.517.8409 2 ROOM FURNISHED New 2 Room furnished apartment for rent in Tzfas, Isreal. Garden porch with breathtaking view, 01197253319-1492 4 ROOM APT. On Gwen Ln. asking $1,250. Call 825-3007 POMONA/WESLEY HILL 2-3 bdrms; 2 bth; new mod kitchen inc s/s appliance;
spacious lr/dr; high ceiling; text prefered 917 830 6341 FURNISHED APT FOR RENT ON DECATUR AVE Apartment for rent includes: Kitchen, Dining Rm, one bedroom and full bath. Please call 917-789-2490. 1 BEDROOM Bluefield area. Available July 1. Please call 845-642-4426 FURNISHED APT with all appliances, near Satmar, long\short term or Shabbos- call 371-4922 STUDIO APARTMENT fully furnished walk-in 2 room apt. in the Brewer area. Suitable for Couple, single, or office use. Please call and leave message: 845-216-1777 PENNINGTON 1 Bedroom, large living/ dining room & kitchen area. 845-721-6435
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STUDIO APARTMENT 2 room apartment. Fully furnished. With porch. A quiet dead end in Blauvelt area. Call: 8452137882 AIRMONT RENTAL new furnished 2 bedrooms, kitchen ideal for choson kallah please call 347-9465511
FOR RENT OFFICE FOR RENT: on Maple/Decatur area. Great price. Call. 917-549-4993 WALK-IN ROOM kitchenette, private entrance in the Blueberry Hill area. For single or office use. 845 323 9169 FOR RENT Very large private garage/ work space available for rent in Airmont. Perfect for workshop and storage.
Competitively priced, please call 3476610290 STORAGE RENTAL PARKVIEW Dr. A 900 Sq Ft walk-in Basement [not food]. Pls Call 3475287376. SUMMER CAMP RENT Summer day camp space for rent please call 206 548 6392 2100 SF STORE FRONT on Rt. 59, Spring Valley great location good condition, next to Electric Outlet 201-8676000 or 201-981-6131
HELP WANTED JOB OPPORTUNITY Looking for female secretary for an office located in NJ 40 minutes from Monsey. Will provide transportation. Hours are Monday-Thursday, 9:30 am-5: 00 pm. Great pay for the right candidate. Please call 917-270-1982.
ACCOUNTANT/JR Great Opportunity! Experience With Excel A Must, Quickbooks A Plus. Email Resume: Jobopening966@Gmail.Com MONSEY LAW FIRM looking for a full time receptionist / secretary with knowledge of Word and Excel. Must be able to multi-task and have good communications skills. Please fax your resume and salary requirements to 845-746-2701 or email to HRMWresumes@gmail.com. ADMIN ASSISTANT Daas Wellness Center is seeking an administrative assistant. The candidate should be self motivated, have strong interpersonal and organizational skills, ability to multitask and
take initiative, as well as knowledge in Microsoft Office. Medical billing experience preferred. A warm and positive working environment. Offering a competitive salary. Send resume to hr@daaswellness. com RE SALESPERSONS Brokerage firm in monsey doing RE deals in the city looking for licensed salespersons to join the growing company with a lot of potential 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 toinfo@ ramapomanagement.com
metrexgroups.com Meyer Tauber 347-304-0619
JOB OPPORTUNITY An all-girl office located in Monsey is looking for graduates to fill secretarial positions. Candidate must be efficient in QB, Microsoft Office and have great communication and multitasking skills. Email resume to jobsopening10952@gmail. com or call (845) 428-9597. REAL ESTATE COMPANY looking to hire a part time secretary. QB and Excel skill required, needs to be able to handle phone calls, work with social media etc. Hrs are part time. Mon-Friday please email your resume to info@
DRIVER POSITIONS Do have a car? Are you looking to earn a little extra income during you free time, evenings or weekends? Driver positions available. You pick your hours, compensation includes: salary, gas and miles, plus bonuses and incentives. Call or text 845-445-8121 Or just apply online www. saycheesekosher.com/ employment GROWING HOME CARE AGENCY Local Home Care agency has multiple positions available: Coordinators, Billing clerk, HR assistant. All female enviornment. Well paid. Full time applicants only Please email resume to info@ horizoncares.com
Day Hab All Year Program
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Classifieds Swimming Lessons Available!
FT/PT EMPLOYMENT Are you a hard worker? Would you like to earn more than just a salary? Join our wonderful team at Say Cheese - Express Kosher Pizza. Competitive salary, plus bonuses & incentives. Multiple positions available. For more information, call or text 845-445-8121. Or visit us @ www.saycheesekosher. com/employment SCHOOL SECRETARY Female with 5 years experience seeking secretarial position in school/ Mosed. Computer savvy, multi-tasking, with excellent organizational skills. 6083535. ACCOUNTING FIRM looking to hire a detail oriented and self-motivated girl with QB experience to fill a FT bookkeeping position. Email your resume to email@example.com ACCOUNTING FIRM in Monsey has an opening for a female employee full time position. Should be very detail oriented. Please email resume to monseyjobs1@ gmail.com BUSY HEALTH CENTER seeks F/T energetic, motivated, responsible, quick learner to work in our billing dept. New Grads welcome! Excellent Salary + Benefits. Email firstname.lastname@example.org. F/T SECRETARY for Immediate hire basic computer knowledge and phone skills, will train Email
resume books10977@gmail. com BUSY INSURANCE OFFICE looking to hire girl to grow with our company. Email resume hr@adlersinsurance. com, fax 845-356-5690
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 email@example.com
HIRING MUST be able to use quickbooks, office suite, be extremely organized. Must be bilingual English-spanish. Send resume servicess78@ gmail.com
SECRETARIAL POSITION Full Time. Call 1845-8253442. Able to complete complex tasks - Responsible. Experience preferred . Serious inquiries only
WEB DESIGNER Monsey business looking to hire in house web designer. HTML CSS Dreamweaver and Photoshop necessary. Email Job4fulltime@gmail. com
JOB OPENING Insurance office is looking for a f/t Secretary w/great Communication & Office skills. Plz email resume: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 262-0189
EXPERIENCED GRAPHIC DESIGNER or full time position. Great pay for right individual. Please send resume/samples to adesignerjoboffer@gmail. com.
HUGE POTENTIAL Looking for a part time employee for amazon and ecommerce work. Commission based. Send a short video describing your qualifications to Jobseeker4pt@gmail.com
EXPANDING OUR SALES TEAM Individual must desire to build a career, Full Training and Support provided 845-639-5216 or dglick@ ft.newyorklife.com
EXPERIENCED MANAGER Must have excellent people and communication skills, and the ability to oversee operations responsibly and efficiently. Great opportunity for qualified individual. Email qualitymoversny@ gmail.com to apply.
NYLIFE BROOKLYN/ MONSEY office is looking to fill sales positions in the insurance and financial products market. Unlimited earning and growth potential. On job training provided. Contact Yehoshua Belsky at 347 210 1403 or email ybelsky@ ft.newyorklife.com
GIFT BUSINESS creative passionate & responsible woman to partner with in starting a novelty gift business. Great potential! Call or email 8452705060 crgdino@gmail. com
LOCAL BOYS’ CHEDER seeking experienced General Studies teachers for PRE1A, 3rd and 4th grades MondayThursday afternoon hours email: cwolfe@baismikroh. org or call 425-4880 x111
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LOCAL BOYS’ CHEDER seeking Title l teachers for ELA and Common Core Math with experience in multisensory approaches Monday-Thursday afternoon hours email: rshurin@ baismikroh.org or call 4254880 x115 DESIGNER WANTED Seeking freelance designers to design photobook and greeting card templates. Please send your portfolio to email@example.com. CAMP IN CATSKILLS looking for day camp counselors great pay call 929289-2631 if no answer leave message. HEIMISHE CAR SERVICE א היימישע קאר סערוויס אין ,מאנסי זוכט היימישע דרייווערס 845-274-8880 רופט CAMP ELYON Looking for Geshmake Pre-1a Rebbe and Counselors.Great atmosphere and Great Pay. Call 914-329-5083 CAMP ELYON Looking for Woodworking Counselor-Great Pay Call 914329-5083 TEACHER NEEDED Elementary and middle school teachers needed for boys Yeshiva. Send resume to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax 845-354-3806 TEACHER ASSISTANT working with knowledgeable teachers in friendly environment. Send resume
to mkagan@baishachinuch. org or fax 845-354-3806 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 RAMAPO CHEDER Cheder D’Monsey’s new branch seeking full-time preschool assistants. Please apply to chedernewbranch@ gmail.com or (845) 362-7700 ext. 188.
a highly qualified teachers to join our dedicated team. Please send resumes to: email@example.com Fax: 845-352-3375 FEMALE/ASSISTANTS AIDS to work in special needs classroom for 2018-2019 school year. Full time position. Please send resumes to: jobresumes613@gmail. com Fax: 845-352-3375 Phone: 352-3307 ext. 119
, טויגליכע,עס ווערט געזוכט א חסידישע STARS HIRING NOW:
טיים דירעקט קער סטעפ-אינגערמאן צו זיין א פול
SPECIAL EDUCATION at Hasc Gan Ezra! Looking for assistants for 6 week summer and 2018-19 school year. Fax resume 845-356-0193/Email firstname.lastname@example.org
The STARS program is now hiring 12th Grade (age דארף קענען.אין המספיק ברודערהיים אין מאנסי EXPANDING MONSEY BAIS YAAKOV SCHOOL 18+) or post-seminary girls.פלעקסיבל to work with our young פאראינטערעסירטע און זיין דרייווען Seeks experienced Moros, Teachers and assistants 845-494-1796 :רופטevening, ביטע adult students 6:00-9:00 p.m. in the 1-2 times a to join our talented and dedicated team in the as they enjoy exciting educational and therapeutic week, Preschool and Junior High Divisions. Hebrew/English; activities and outings. Enjoy a fun work environment remedial educational Looking for a Chassidishe, Energetic, director forand the 18-19gratifying School work as you positively impact lives— year. Salary commensurate Yiddish-speaking Yungerman, to work as with experience. Email plus, great pay! Driver’s license a full time staff in onerequired. of Hamaspik’s resume to bbamberger@ basmikroh.org group homes Monsey. Must drive and For more information, pleasein call 845-746-7254.
SUMMER JOB Looking for a girl 16+ to assist a special-needs teenage girl in Camp Le Ruach. Experience necessary. Please call 201.892.0526
REBBE POSITION Looking for a warm, dedicated and creative Rebbi to teach Pre-1A Kinderlach I”YH next Sept. Excellent opportunity. Please call 845.558.6699.
SPECIAL EDUCATION Opportunity at HASC Gan Ezra! Looking for NYS certified teachers for 2018-19 school year. Fax resume 845356-0193/Email jobsmon@ hasc.net
seeking Assistants for General Studies Dept. email resume to mweinstock@ yeshivaspringvalley.org Call: (845)356-1400 #223
MALE COM HAB worker for the hours of 3:30 -5:30 daily.Pay is $25 an hour. Olease call 845-263-4667.
LOOKING FOR energetic girl/woman to work with an adorable high functioning 6 year old boy in his house. Main St. area. Hours are: Mon-Thurs, afternoon/evening; and Friday-Sunday, flexible hours. Please call: 845-5030214. SPECIAL EDUCATION TEACHER for the 2018-2019 school year. New York State Certification required. We are seeking
be flexible. Please call 845-494-1796.
GIRLS DAY HAB OPPORTUNITY:
Join our Fabulous team of staff who make a difference. Driver’s license preferred. Please Contact: MONSEY BOYS SCHOOL MALE COM HAB WORKER Daily from 5-7 and Sundays Esty Schonfeld seeks the following general studies teachers: *Lower for a few hours. Pay is $ 25 an YESHIVA SPRING VALLEY P :845-425-5011 E: Eschonfeld@hamaspikrockland.org school *Middle school ELA, hour. Please call 845-263GIRLS science and history *Title I math. Email akarash@ chedermonsey.org.
SUNDAY RESPITE PROGRAM:
BAIS YAAKOV HIGH SCHOOL seeking an experienced qualified math teacher for Algebra and Trigonometry. Email resume to: email@example.com
Hamaspik is ADMINISTRATIVE currently hiring high school girls for our OPPORTUNITY successful Principal withA 5+ rewarding and fun-filled Sunday Respite Program SPECIAL EDUCATION years experience looking for TEACHER educational/administrative experience. Good Pay. If interested, please email to for the 2018-2019 school year.. opportunities. Strictly New York State Certification confidential. Pls call: PLAYGROUP Respitegirls@hamaspikrockland.org or callASSISTANT 845-425-3421 required. Please send 845-513-6075 or email: starting sep. Warm and resumes to: jobresumes613@ firstname.lastname@example.org loving a must, graduate leave a detail message gmail.comand Fax: 845-352-3375 PRESCHOOL POSITIONS AVAILABLE Boys’ Preschool seeking full time assistant. Excellent opportunity for professional growth. Please call 845352-7100 ext 117 or email your resume to rweisman@ ohrreuven.com.
FEMALE/ASSISTANTS AIDS to work in special needs classroom for 2018-2019 school year. Full time position. Please send resumes to: jobresumes613@gmail. com Fax: 845-352-3375 Phone: 352-3307 ext. 119
preferred, spring valley area, please call Toby 845-4264608
Looking for a woman/girl to helpLSHEM a low functioning 5 MITZVA Seeking girls to watch young year old girl, every evening, from about 8:00-10:00 P.M. children outside after school hours. Phyllis Terr. Area 845Job also involves some light housework. 222-1305 Please call 845503-0214. June 6, 2018 / THE MONSEY VIEW / 137 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484
LOOKING FOR responsible motivated loving girl to be playgroup assistant in the summer. Please call 845-422-1310 for more details. MOTHERS HELPER/NANNY upstate for summer. P/t or f/t . Experienced driver a plus. Accommodations provided . Call 845.701.0588 FULL TIME BABYSITTER for a 1 1/2 year old. 8:00-5:30 Monday - Thursday, 8:001:00 Fridays. (845)517-8240 SEEKING HEIMISHE WOMAN to babysit two children in my home. Monday through Thursday 9am - 3pm and Friday 9 - 1. Please call 845356-1519 MOTHERS HELPER (paid job) from 4pm-6.30pm mon-thur. Starting June 4th. please call/text 845.587.0978 RESPONSIBLE GIRL age 13+, to look after an adorable and active two year old in the afternoons from 3-6 p.m through the summer. good pay! Please call 845 425 4535 or 845 608 6609 BABYSITTER in my house for newborn and toddler. $12 an hour. 7 hours a day, 4 times a week.
Starting July 1st. Call 347742-3529
PLAYGROUPS AGES 3-5 Have your daughter spend her Sundays in a warm and exciting environment with an experienced teacher. Enjoyable activities, crafts, baking, games and more. In addition, June 21, 22, 25, 26 we will also be having an amazing program. Call Teacher Goldie at 845.578.5712 KIDDIE GROUP For ages 18- 2 and half yrs. Wiener Drive. Warm and loving atmosphere. Small groups for individual attention. Few slots for Summer and Sept. Teacher Hendy Steinmetz 347 957 0413
BABYSITTERS BABYSITTER warm and experienced babysitter, available to babysit night hours in your home. references available. please call 845.499.9272 BABYSITTER AVAILABLE on 73 Francis Place. Also taking Sunday drop-ins. Please call 845-352-1016
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BABYSITTING NEAR EVERGREEN Hourly, weekly and monthly rates available. 862 505 9546
SERVICES LADY DRIVER
Heimishe lady driver is available for long distance and evening trips. Please call Devorah at 845.459.7472 CHILDBIRTH EDUCATION CLASSES To join the next class please call 845-426-0931. Tzippy Tauber CD (DONA) Certified Birth Doula DASSY PHOTOGRAPHY Newborns, Upsherin, family portraits and more. Professional editing! Free digital album! Gift certificates available too. (845)-517-9920/(845)-5040934 NS ELECTROLYSIS Permanent. Painless. Now in Monsey w/ 15 yrs experience. Thermolysis, galvanic, or blend. Half off first session w/ ad. Call Nechama 646-8565498 MUSIC STUDIO Composed a song? Specializing in custom music work. For just 99$.
Quick and easy! Satisfaction Guaranteed. Call 845-8421700 REFLEXOLOGIST Certified Reflexologist and Craniosacral therapy. Helps for circulation, eases stress, migraines etc. Gentle and compassionate. H. Baum 347460-1512 2 HEIMISHE 9TH GRADERS are looking for a summer job [whole] please call 845 213-8016 GIFT OF YOUR PAST Give your children and future generations the gift of your past. You can author your unique history especially how it was impacted by the Holocaust, or your immigration to the USA, etc. I am here to help you write, research historical facts, etc. and put it into a computer format. Please call 845-641-7320. UPSTATE CONSTRUCTION GROUP We do all bigger construction jobs in the upstate area. Fully insured. References available. 845.662.3395 TURNING 65? Medicare Supplement Insurance – advice and sales. Mrs. R. Schwartz- licensed agent -845.263.0617 – email@example.com
tters // services COMPUTER HELP?? One stop computer assistance! Set up new computers, restore deleted/ lost files from computers, SD cards, cameras, & thumb drives. 845-293-2667 SHAIMOS
We do pick ups all year round - schools shuls homes. 845-461-3084 NEW SPOT LIGHTS? Did your electrician leave small holes unpatched? We close any hole any size. Patch man – 718-475-1999 PEARL RESTRINGING
Expert & reliable service. Free pick up & delivery. 845-352-5013 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 GARTLECH We fix hand knitted Gartlech & make Professional Fringes. Please call: 917-414-3281 SPEAKERS TO RENT for all your Simches & more, We also have a mp3 system. call 845.579.5467 MATERNA SPECIAL Four cans for $100 8454999923
TUTOR AVAILABLE Experienced NYS licensed special education teacher available to tutor your young son/daughter this summer. Mainstream/ Special ed. Hebrew/English subjects. 845-659-8885 MATH TUTORING Regents/GED/TASC/SAT/ ACT Common Core, Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, Precalculus, Calculus, Physics ALL Grades/Levels. call: 845-445-8003
STARS HiRing now!
STARS HIRING NOW: The STARS program is now hiring 12th
The STARS program is now hiring 12th Grade (age Grade (age 18+) or post-seminary girls to workgirls with our adult students 18+) or post-seminary toyoung work with our young DOULA 6:00-9:00 p.m. 1-2 times a week, as they Labor of love LOVE your birth adult students 6:00-9:00 p.m. in the evening, 1-2 times a experience, certified CD( enjoy exciting educational and DONA) Doula Malky Breuer week, as they enjoytherapeutic excitingactivities educational and Enjoy therapeutic and outings. 845 270 4330 845 362 3480 Malky@mbdoula.com activities and outings. a fun work environment a funEnjoy work environment and gratifying work you positively impact lives— lives— andBYgratifying work asasyou positively impact DRUM LESSONS SHMUEL KLAVER plus, great pay! required. Driver’s license Monsey’s most experienced plus, great pay! Driver’s license Shomer Shabbos drum required. instructor.For Lessonsmore ($45 & information, please call 845-746-7254. up) given in your home or my studio, to boys or girls ages 10-adult, beginners to professional. Call (845) 459-9935
For more information, please call
GIRLS DAY HAB OPPORTUNITY: 845-746-7254.
Join our Fabulous team of staff who make a difference. Driver’s license preferred. Please Contact: OFFICE COURSE accepted. 347 480 1670. rd@ for school professionals First Time Ever! This miriamshurpin.com www. Esty Schonfeld seeking NYS summer, arm yourself with miriamshurpin.com Certification will be the knowledge necessary to P :845-425-5011 E: Eschonfeld@hamaspikrockland.org given on Sunday, May enter the workforce! Learn outlook, browsers and office setup in just two weeks. Inquiries: 414-9625 leave a message.
13th from 7-10 PM. Cost is $90.00. To register, please send an email to YTTRIEGER@GMAIL. COM.
GUITAR LESSONS by Moshe Klaver, for beginners of all ages. Very motivating and patient teacher. References available. (845) 746-0925. Shomer Shabbos
phone Call: (845)368-4524 RuthiBackenroth@EFTaction. com
after 4:30 pm
SUNDAY RESPITE PROGRAM:
Hamaspik is currently hiring high school girls for our Sunday Respite Program A rewarding and fun-filled **STOP THE PAIN** Stressful thoughts lead experience. Good If interested, please email to MUSIC LESSONS to real painPay. and illness. Give your daughter the gift Get relief from aches and of music at a very845-425-3421 reasonable Respitegirls@hamaspikrockland.org or call pains. Certified Advanced price! References available. EFT Practitioner Sessions Call Yitty @ 845-426-7561 available in office or by and leave a detail message SEWING CLASSES
COTTON CANDY RENTAL 845 694 7296
BAKING COURSE Exciting baking course night activity forming on 306 for 6th and 7th grade. Call now to reserve Goldy Stark 587 3771
TUTOR AVAILABLE for your elementary school child for Limudei Kodesh and Limudei Chol. Please Call: 845-352-1016
private sewing courses for women and girls by expert sewing teacher. call or text 845-531-3232
MATH ANXIETY? I can help! All ages. All levels. Regents, SAT Prep, CLEPS, AP courses. Linda 845.538.5319
SWIMMING Summer’s Arrived! Experienced WSI & LG will teach all ages. Form your own group for a discount. 845356-1113, Mrs. Zoltan
Looking for aREGISTERED woman/girl to help a low functioning 5 DIETITIAN NUTRITIONIST DASA TRAINING year old girl, every evening, Miriam Shurpin, MS, RD, from about 8:00-10:00 P.M. A Dignity for All CDN In person and online Students Job Act Training also involves someInsurance light housework. Please call 845consultations. 503-0214. June 6, 2018 / THE MONSEY VIEW / 139 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484
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SWIM BETTER LEARN TO SWIM. IMPROVE SWIMMING SKILLS. HEIMISHE ENVIRONMENT.
ANYONE. CAN. DO. IT. BY CERTIFIED, EXPERIENCED WSI INSTRUCTOR, MRS. MALKA GANDL
CALL TODAY: 845-825-1461
Every swimmer’s a winner
SMALL FRIDGE Looking for a small fridge L’Shem Mitzvah for a Heimish Mosed. Pls call/text 8452635440
DRESS/GOWNS HAIR BY ETTY The look you always wanted, hairstyles, blowouts, haircuts for any occasion. (Westside Herrick area) Please call Etty @ 845-426-0238. HAIR DESIGN Professional Cut, blow, Chasunah styling by Roizy. Call for appointment. 845274-7700 RAPID RECOVERY FROM PAIN! Are you ready to heal the pain from growing up with a dysfunctional parent? 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 845-4458252.
ODDS AND ENDS HEIMISHE MOISED seeking donations of toys, arts & crafts, or supplies, in good condition. Tax deductible. Please call 845500-3100 DECLUTTER Donate your gently used hats. Please call 845-517-0838. איך בין געווען ביי רבי ישעילה’ס קבר אין געזען א ישועה צי געזאקט מפרסם צי זיין
SHABBOS GETAWAY Looking to go away for Shabbos? Come to the Shabbos Getaway in Kingston, NY. Call 845334-9044 or email Leah@ IloveGanIsrael.com I LIT A LICHT for R’ Menachem Mendle ben R’ Yosef , for 40 days in a row , and promised to publicise and saw a yeshuah chuz ledrech hatevah 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 1-90 TRANSFORM! Listen to a mother share her incredible, amazing miracle! 641 715 0709 pin 549732 ref 86 SHIURIM for post seminary girls given every wednesday night. Call the LVN hotline (718)4800586 for more details and weekly updates. SEEKING my husband is mentally ill & i’m in desperate need of $5,000 to start therapy. if anyone can plz sponsor any amt, email: tiskalmitzves@ gmail.com. thanks.
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Peach and Silver accent gown, Tulle bottom size 0 845-356-8909 Navy and Cream Tulle bottom gown size 0-2 845356-8909 Gown in Cream/Rose. Size 00. For Sale. Call 352-4470
Blue-grey maternity dress size 12. Call 3476936352 light color dress to sell call 845-570-7789 new zara kids shabbos dress size 5 new current season for $35. 845-548-6021 new maternity dress to sell. Size M not a gown Please call 8452630325 girls pink gown, approximately size 12, for rent price $200 or for sale for $400, Please call 845.426.2179
2 Pink and White Tulle/Lace Girls Gowns. Sizes 3/4 and 6/7. For Sale. Call 425-5576
ladies black gown with royal blue flowers, size 6 for rent, price $350 Please call 845.426.2179
Off white and black gown. size 2 -4. please call or text 7182900353
Rent size 2 for 200. Also off wh/blk sz 8-10 dress for 100. 425-3782
Silver/grey and black Maternity gown for rent. 8452743993
Light color wedding dress size 12-14 call 845-570-7789
Black wedding dress size 12 for married sister very slenderizing Call 270 5202 light color elegant gown, sz 4 for rent. Picture available. Call or text 7185412672 white and green dress for sale-size 2. Please call/text 845-269-8649. Maternity Gown - black and ivory, size PM (8-10) worn once for sale. Call or text 845659-4543. mauve and off white lady gown size 8-10 plz call (845) 200-1689
navy dress sz 6-8 for wedding or tnoyim for sale, Reasonable price 845-4222671 Ladies Black & Gold wedding dress, size 4-6. 845-356-0285 black and gold teens/ladies Chasuna skirt size 8 in brand new condition for $250 original $425. Price negotiable call 845-426-1304 light color gowns size 00,0,2 and childrens gowns size 12, 8,5 and 18 months Call 845642-4968 adult gown size 14 ivory color call 845 573 9270
adult gown size 14 ivory color call 845 573 9270
Pink/Blush gown size 4/6 please call 845-352-1650
Mechtenista Gown, Sz 12, 774 8719
Ladys size 6 cocktail length black / optional black and white dress. Worn once. Please text or call 3474860344.
White gown with colored embroidered flowers. ladies size 4 -6. 845-538-7161
gowns // gemachim Maternity mechateniste dress black for rent. Size M. Reasonably priced. Please call 845-578-5750. black, white and grey maternity dress/gown for rent. Size M. this season. Please call 845-376-5310. Black and White cocktail length gown size 2-4 for rent 845 362 2473 black and white maternity dress for rent. For more info call 845.376.3412 Two light blue Victorian girls gowns. Size 5 and 8. Call 845425-3361 or 845-499-5052. Black and white gown for rent. Size 10. Call/text 845538-7532 off white and navy wedding dress size 8 for rent. Call 845352-3040 little girls white and black gown Size 6 and 12-14. Please call 845-426-5889. pink/gold/cream gown/dress for rent. Please call 845 426 7491. KLEINFELD KALLAH GOWN Magnificent custom gown for sale. Please call 347.549.7268 ONE OF A KIND Magnificent cream dress size 0-2 for sale/rent. Please call 845.200.4326 2 GOWNS FOR SALE (1). Black and white gown Size 8. (2) Taupe chiffon gown black lace on bodice Size 12. Call 356-9069 SISTER OF BRIDE Beautiful gold and black, sister of bride, pink label dress for sale call 347.549.7268 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
GEMACHIM GEMACH ZICHRON NACHMAN We have hospital supplies including TPN equipment, feeding pumps, NG tubes, & All feeding supplies. To donate or receive. Please call 845-746-8293. 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 adults and children.425-2660 mailbox #1 ELEGANT HATS Need an elegant hat for one time use but can’t afford to buy? For short term rental please call 845-517-0838. MATERNITY GEMACH Weekday and shabbos clothing, various sizes. Please call or text 845-445-9687 for an appointment. GPS GEMACH Call 845-352-2588. Leave message. (Minimal fee). BEAUTIFUL BENCHERS for any Simcha- Great for Shabbos Sheva Bruchos/ Aufruf : call anytime 845642-0910 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 FLORAL BISOMIM for your Simcha - 845-6292785.
Great Job opportunity Medicaid Service Coordinator Hamaspik of orange County Requirement Associates degree Desire to enhance lives of individuals with disabilities OPWDD experience a plus. Yiddish speaking preferable. Excellent work environment
Please email resume to Email: Zelik@hamaspikorange.org or contact 845-774-0307 BRIS GEMACH located in Central Monsey. 617-955-3630. poya, pillow case, outfit, blanket.
LADIES GOWN GEMACH Please call after 5 pm. 347278-1278
ROOF CARRIERS GEMACH For all cars even without bars on roof. Call early to reserve. 845-659-1863. Monroe: 845662-7102. HOT WATER URNS Please call 845-425-9211 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
GPS GEMACH Call 845-352-2588. Leave message. (Minimal fee). CHOSON/KALLAH APT, AVAILABLE Viola & Brockton Road area. contact firstname.lastname@example.org NEW EARPLUG GEMACH: Ode Yeshama: Care for your Ears. Ear-plug gemach (individually wrapped) for ba’alei simcha to protect your guests’ hearing. Baby headsets also available. Call: 845- 202 -0105 SHOE GEMACH All sizes, white kalllah shoes. Proceeds go to tzedakah. Call\Text 845-200-0211
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jobs@NailItHandyman.com NailItHandyman.com TOY GEMACH Keep all the children busy by your simchas with tons of lego and clicks. Call Sussman @ 845-578-6513 PACK N PLAY GEMACH Making a Shabbos Simcha? Company for Yom Tov? Need PacknPlay for your guests? We have New PacknPlays email@example.com or text 845-216-4885 l”n Hadassah bas R’ Yehuda Leib SIDDUR GEMACH Sfard: Friedman 845-6087830 Ashkenaz: Shulman845 352 1756 or 845-826-6718 GEMACH FOR MEZUZOS 362.2333 GEMACH Tablecloths for your Simchos. Call (845) 371 2105 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.
black evening bag on Fri b4 Shevous nxt to bus stop on Monsey blvd w jewelry in it. If found plz call/txt 718 612 6124
FREE BOXES for moving (mostly egg carton size). Please call 845425-6826 or 845-608-7830. Donations of flattened boxes are always welcome!
flip phone probably in Eveready taxi 426- 7789
SHIFRA PUAH DOULA GEMACH Please call to register in advence. 845-587-1649 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 PHONE GEMACH Having an emergency? We will lend you a cell phone free of charge for as long as necessary. Call: 845 579 5538
LOST A diamond earring with mother of pearl 306/calvert area please call 845.356.1849
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bella wig. Pls call 9175103685 Exchanged double sided pink/ white fuzzy with double sided pink/grey fuzzy at viznit tish 371-0422 stack of new York state scratch off lottery tickets in Starbux in Airmont on 05/15/2018 if found or any info. please call 845-5386636 diamond ring Sunday, June 3. Please call 845- 263-4667.
FOUND sansa and speaker on my carriage. 274-1339 thin blue patent Belt w in parking lot of frankel shoes about 6 weeks ago. 347-5862082 Lv msg a gold watch on Augusta. 845-587-3307 hanging flower earing w colored stones in shopping area erev purim.371 1765
Girls ring on Viola Road sidewalk across from Ramapo High school, Near Ohr Somayach. Text description of lost ring to 914649-6627. Nice costume necklace found on highview/remsen 917-4940330 A gold watch on Augusta Ave, שבת פרשת נשא. Please call or text 845-587-3307 In La FAmilia taxi a maclaren black folding carriage. Call 362 9262 or 659-7601
FREE GIVEAWAYS used GE clean steel 30” stove to give away call (845) 2620844 Toms Bridal White Glitter size 7 shoes. 8454233915 Slightly used Beketche and Tish Beketche suit size 36-XL to give away. 347-586-2082 Lv msg plug in flourescent sukkah lights, bamboo schach for sukka 10’-14’, sukkah shlak, china closet. text only 845662-5931
Simplify your simcha preparations.
(845) 243-3212 firstname.lastname@example.org
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מעמד יד החזקה להחזקת ביהמ"ד ראדאשיץ
דינער לטובת ישיבה גדולה ד'סאוט מאנסי
האדמו"ר מתולדות אברהם יצחק בלחיים בביהמ"ד ספינקא מאנסי לרגל שמחת האירוסין בחצר הקודש ספינקא מאנסי
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החתן יצחק יוסף בן האדמו"ר מזוועהיל חתן האדמו״ר מסקווירא עב״ג הכלה בת הרה״צ ר׳ אלטר קרויז אב״ד קערעסטיר מאנסי בן הגה״צ אב״ד אודווארי נכד האדמו"ר מווערדאן וחתן האדמו״ר מתולדות אברהם יצחק
שמחת השבע ברכות בישיבת ברכת יוסף סקווירא
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שמחת בית סקווירא – זוועהיל – תולדות אברהם יצחק – קערעסטיר – אודווארי -ווערדאן
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מעמד קבלת פנים לכבוד שר התורה ופוסק הדור ראב"ד ירושלים בביהמ"ד הגדול סאטמאר מאנסי
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היסטארישע מעמד כינוס כללי לחסידי סאטמאר בבנין הענקי נעסאו קאלאסיום
עכנטליכער וו קאלום
וואס איז דער וואונדערליכער הימלישער כח פון
וואס איז טאקע דער הימלישער כח פון "סגולת הרמ"ק ערב שבת כולל"? פארוואס איז ערב שבת קודש געוועןאזא הצלחה'דיגער זמן ביים הייליגן רמ"ק זי"ע (מחבר ספה"ק "תומר דבורה")? פארוואס האט דער הייליגער רמ"ק איינגעפירט אז תלמידי חכמים זאלן דעמאלטס מקדיש זיין אויף תורהותפילה? געהויבענע לייט האבן אנגעצייגט אויף א הייליגן און וואונדערליכן הסבר: " ...מיר ווייסן אז די הייליגע תורה פארמאגט א געוואלדיגן כח משפיע צו זיין מורא'דיגע הצלחות פאר אידישע קינדער .אבער אויב שטרענגט מען זיך אן אוועקצוגעבן צייט אויף לימוד התורה בשעת רוב כלל ישראל איז פארנומען מיט אנדערע ענינים ,אט די יחידי סגולה פארמאגן א פיל גרעסערן כח ,משפיע צו זיין זעלטענע השפעות און הצלחות! "...ע"כ.
שליחמיוחד וו עט אי יך מ זכ יר ז יין
בייםציוןהרמ"ק ואריה"קזי"ע עם
מסוגל'דיאינגןעתרצון ערב שבת קודש
איינע פון די חשוב'ע רבני דורינו הגאוה"צ לאויוש"ט שליט"א באטאנט ..." :ווען די גאנצע שפע קודש פון לימוד התורה ווערט 'צעטיילט' פאר א קליינער צאל לומדי תורה ,איז בכלל נישט קיין חידוש אז מ'הערט אזעלכע פלא'דיגע הצלחות ב"ה!" ,ווי רבי שמעון בר יוחאי שרייבט קלאר :אין א זמן ווען די תורה הק' ווערט נאכגעלאזט ,זיי דו עס מחזק ,און וועסט זוכה זיין צו שכר אנשטאט יעדן! דער גרויסער גאון וצדיק בעל שבט הלוי ,הרב וואזנער זצ"ל האט אמאל געפרעגט אלס יונג-בחור'ל פון א גדול :וויאזוי האסטו זוכה צו אזא געוואלדיגע הצלחה?" .זייער פשוט" – האט דער גדול געענטפערט – "יעדן ערב שבת זענען מיר אריין אין ביהמ"ד און געלערנט די שווערסטע מקצועות אין ש"ס .מיר האבן פלוצלינג געזעהן א אויסטערלישע הצלחה און סייעתא דשמיא!" אט דער הימלישער כח ההצלחה איז צום דערקענען אויף טריט און שריט ,משפיע צו זיין זעלטענע השפעות און הצלחות ,ווי אזויפיל אידישע משפחות זאגן עדות איבער'ן הייליגן 'סגולת הרמ"ק'.
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רופט אריין איבערצוגעבן
ך ה דר פלא הוןסות מנאצלי אנ רך נסיון
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שבע ברכות המרכזי בבעלזא
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שמחת בית בעלזא
חתונה פון החתן נכד האדמו"ר מבעלזא בן בנו הרה"צ ר' אהרן מרדכי חתן גאב"ד מאקאווא עב"ג הכלה בת הרה"ח ר' אברהם יעקב שארף מחשובי חסידי בעלזא
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שבע ברכות לבן האדמ''ר מזעווהיל ע"י קהל חסידי זעווהיל מאנסי
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Nissan Pathfinder $269/month+tax 7 passenger seating, bluetooth, backup camera, alloy wheels, AWD. lease terms are 36 months with 12K miles per year. $1395 due at signing.
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