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FREE ISSUE 204 JUNE 26, 2019

‫פרשת שלח‬ ‫כ”ג סיון תשע”ט‬

Aiming For a Zero Balance A tuition collector shares a behind-thescenes view

Meeting of the Minds Parents and Schools Discuss Issues of Concern

Setting the Torah Scene The chinuch options in a fledgling Monsey

New series!

To Toil for Torah Can perseverance lead unlikely candidates to SUCCEED in learning?

Publisher:

YOEL ITZKOWITZ Editor in Chief:

D. GORALNIK Content Director:

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MISSION STATEMENT: The Monsey View is a weekly publication designed for every segment and age group of our diverse community. Under rabbinical guidance, we bring Monsey’s top talent together to provide high-quality, informative and current reading material, keeping you up to date on sales, events, news and issues of concern and import happening right now in the Monsey community. DISCLAIMER: We do not endorse any ad found in this publication. We are not responsible for typographical or grammatical errors. Copyright: All content found in The Monsey View is copyright and may not be reproduced, published, distributed or duplicated for public or private use without written permission from The Monsey View.

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70 // Inbox 82 // Parsha 88 //

Week in Review

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The Cuckoo Clock

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Money Man

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To Live a Life of Learning

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Of Buses and Book Money

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Chinuch in Monsey

148 // FYI 154 // Comics 156 //

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This is a long overdue thank you. I moved to Monsey three years ago, and one thing that made it all worth it is The Monsey View. I enjoy it from cover to cover. The first thing I do when I get your publication is tear out the parsha message by Malka Schneps to read on Friday night after licht tzinding. Another article I clipped each week to read on Shabbos was the Pirkei Avos column by Rabbi Dovid Steiman. The Inbox is another favorite column. Your magazine is really entertaining, informative, interesting, and my entire family enjoys it. It’s something we look forward to every Wednesday when we do our weekly grocery shopping, and even if we don’t make our order on Wednesday, we go to the grocery just to pick up our copy. Thank you so much, and much continued hatzlacha on your beautiful work. C. Weber

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have included a sentence that made me send in these pictures. You wrote about the Monsey Glen and mentioned that “Over the years, numerous artifacts have been found...� My boys found this sword on what is now Witzel Court some 20 years ago. Would anyone know its age? R.W.

CRUNCHY WRAPS ARE EVEN BETTER! (Re: Wrap It Up, Food Section, Issue 203) I wanted to let everyone know how to make wraps even more delicious. You can toast the wrap either in the oven or toaster oven. Alternatively, place wrap into a dry frying pan until you see golden bubbles, then flip over and repeat. This works great even straight out of the freezer. Note: Wraps will be soft while still warm, so fill and fold immediately to avoid cracking. Enjoy! C.G.

RE: CROSSWALK CAUTION! (Inbox, Issue 203) Kudos to Y.E. for the letter about pedestrian crosswalks. I want to emphasize what the letterwriter wrote: The law states that drivers must stop at the white crosswalk to let a pedestrian cross! Unfortunately, 95 percent of drivers have no idea what the white crosswalk signifies. I hope that many readers will read this, become aware, and stop when necessary. Please, please, for the benefit of all the people trying to cross safely, follow the law!

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Also, a word to pedestrians: Please stop talking on your phone, both while you are waiting to cross and while you are crossing. Thank you, The Monsey View, for your wonderful weekly. Sincerely, M.S.

WHY HAS “GUT SHABBOS” GONE MISSING? A friend of mine from out of the country recently visited Monsey after not being here for nearly 20 years. She noted that she remembers getting a “gut Shabbos” from every passerby when she was here last! Can we start this again? I’m sure the achdus will just spread and make all of our newcomers (and old-timers!) feel really at home! A Longtime Monsey Resident

SAVED BY A SNIP I want to thank the Bike Man who came by last week when my son’s finger was stuck in his bike chain. He graciously cut the chain, saving my son’s finger. A big thank you also goes to the residents of Elm Street who were so supportive and helpful during our ordeal. A Grateful Mother

SERVICE AROUND THE CLOCK I’d like to thank Redelicious Supermarket for their amazing hours and service. In our growing community, having a grocery open around the clock is a huge advantage. I placed an order with Redelicious at 12:00 a.m. one day this week, and it was delivered by 7:00 a.m. the next morning. This service is unbelievable, and I am thankful that I can get necessary items in time for breakfast and to pack up snack and lunch for school. Kudos! An Appreciative Customer

WARNING Please be aware of a new scam using Fidelis Care IDs to get birth date information that can be misused against you. A Concerned Resident

The Monsey View welcomes your comments, feedback and letters. Please email comments@themonseyview.com.

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CHAPTER TEN Dazed and skeptical about Alexander Korman’s offer, the Potolskys begin to look into pushing up Tzippy’s wedding to Rosh Chodesh Teves. The mechutanim are even more skeptical about the whole thing, but after talking it over with their son, the chasan, they agree to look into it too.

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“I feel bad for Tzippy.” Yaakov raised his head from the electric bill he was studying. “Huh?” “I feel bad for Tzippy,” his wife repeated. “Your sister?” “Which other Tzippy would I be talking about?” He folded the bill. “I guess it should be obvious that you mean your sister, but why do you feel bad for her? She’s a kallah, isn’t she?” Miri tilted her chair back a bit, a habit she had not been able to kick since second grade. “Yes, she’s a kallah, and I think she’s very happy, baruch Hashem. But when I think about the financial situation in my parents’ house, which has gotten worse than it was before our wedding, I feel so torn for her. And that’s even with my mother’s new job. I’m not sure they will even be able to rent in Bnei Brak, and they’ll have to go live in some remote hole in the wall right after the wedding. And there’s no way to know when or how they will ever get an apartment of their own. I know my parents are very stressed out about the whole subject.” She fell silent for a minute and stared at the table. “I’m not sure they even started doing any shopping, you know, kallah kind of shopping... I wish I could take her to Berman’s

sale with about 4,000 shekel in my wallet.” Yaakov smiled. “Four thousand shekel? What will you buy with that? Towels with golden tassels?” “Oh, Yaakov, you have no idea,” his wife said seriously. “Not golden tassels, but do you know how much a good set of linen costs? Our blue-green set cost about 300 shekel, and it’s not even an expensive one. And you need quite a few towels, and all that’s only one part of the shopping. I haven’t even touched on sheva brachos outfits and some good weekday clothes, and pots and dishes for a starter kitchen, and a broom and dustpan and mop and pail and an ironing board. Oh, and what about appliances and furniture?” “So 4,000 shekel really isn’t enough for all that.” “Right.” Miri tipped her chair forward again. “But that was the number on my paycheck, so that’s what popped into my head.” Yaakov was quiet for a long minute. “Would you want to give her the ma’aser?” “That’s an idea,” she said slowly, turning over his words in her head. “Because when I told my mother about the linen sale in our building, she told me that she’s leaving that shopping for next month; that’s how she can spread out the expenses. I’d be so happy to

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help out by buying Tzippy a set of linen, let’s say, or something like that. Am I allowed to do that, Yaakov? Even if I just present it like it’s a gift from me?” “I think that’s what real hachnosas kallah is about,” he said. He stood up and stuck the electric bill into their drawer of documents. “Until when is the sale?” “Today is the last day, and they’re open until 12 a.m. What time is it now?” “It’s 10:30. Quickly, call her, if that will make you feel good.” “It really will. Thanks a lot for the idea.” She smiled at him and stood up to get the phone. “Shuki? Hi, it’s Miri. How are you? When did you come home from yeshivah? Yes, I barely noticed what time it is... Tell me, can Mommy come to the phone?” “She’s not home,” her 14-year-old brother replied. “Do you want to talk to Tzippy instead?” “Mommy’s not home? Where is she?” “Dunno. Not in my pocket.” “Fine, so let me speak to Tzippy.” Tzippy picked up the phone sounding so deflated that her older sister felt a rush of compassion overwhelm her yet again. “How are you, kallah? Why do you sound so exhausted?” As she spoke, she nodded to Yaakov, as if to say, I was right; there’s what to feel bad for her about. “I’m fine, baruch Hashem. Just tired,” Tzippy replied slowly. “When did you finish school today?” “At two.” “So that’s not too bad. It’s early.” “Yes, but I stopped in to visit Zeidy on the way home. I try to do that on my short days.” “How is he?” “Baruch Hashem, the usual. He listened to my stories about school, about the courses I’m taking, and a little about the wedding plans. I straightened up his room and wiped the place down with some cleaning spray I had brought with me. I can’t stand the smell of the cleaning stuff they use there.” “You’re a good granddaughter, I have to say.” Tzippy only smiled, but Miri couldn’t hear it, and the quiet grated on her ears. “So if you’re tired today,” she said cautiously, “I guess you weren’t up to going out to take care of errands or anything?” “Well, when I got home I went to sleep, and then, when I got up at about 5:30, Mommy wasn’t home anymore.” She fell silent for a minute and then continued, “Last night she also went out with Tatty; I don’t know where to. I only know — ” she could hardly get the words out — “…that they came back very tense. I didn’t hear a word they said, but I do know that they were talking a lot...”

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Shimon walked into the small apartment and wiped his brow.

None of those present noticed him through the thick cloud of cigarette smoke that hung in the room. Sitting at a desk at the entrance was Benny, scanning page after page, and storing all the information that was written there in his brilliant brain. “Nu?” Shimon asked. “Are you back?” Benny raised his eyes and then went back to his papers. “Good. Tomorrow night we need to get to the border again. Akiva says it’s a group of 11 children.” “From a convent?” “Yes, near Lublin.” “Lublin! How are they getting a group from there to our border?” “Don’t know,” Benny murmured. “I’m just thinking about the work we have to do here; I can’t think about how they are managing there. But so far they seem to be doing just fine, baruch Hashem.” “Now tell me, how have we done 26 transfers from Slovakia, but missed one place here?” “We did?” Benny put down his papers. “What did we miss?” “The former Catholic orphanage, named for Lucius Jan.” “Oh, that? Farash’s place? He’s a real anti-Semite and very pro-Nazi; there’s no one there. He refused to hide even a single Jewish child; Bruno told me that. The Underground contacted him twice during the Nazi occupation, and he firmly refused.” “But it’s worth checking into.” Shimon sat down and put his wallet on the table in a prominent place. “Oh, your Communist friend! I forgot about him. What news does he have?” “I’m coming from town hall. He told me last week about an inspection they were planning at the orphanage. I wasn’t familiar with the name of it, and I asked him to nose around a bit for me.” “Nu?” “It’s possible that there is one Jewish child there.” “How will we check it out?” “Stachov will help us out.”


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Olive oil 1 pint cherry tomatoes 4 cloves garlic 4 fresh basil leaves, finely chopped 1 cup marinara sauce Pizza cheese, to taste

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Elaborate mishloach manos and envelopes filled with Chanukah gelt find their merry way to teachers, rebbeim, bus drivers, tutors, principals (and sometimes even the secretary) every year. But there’s one school employee who the rare few seek out for any form of connection, let alone to gift… He’s the one whose number on the caller ID sends a tingle of dread down the spine of many. He’s the one who causes parents to slink toward the shadows should a chance encounter be about to happen. He’s the one who seeks to lay hands on your hard-earned money... Yes, he’s The Tuition Collector. And he’s taking us on a tour of what his job entails.

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“There really isn’t much to say,” I’m warned when I call to schedule an interview with Mr. Silber*, a school tuition collector who prefers not to reveal his real name. “What can be said about collecting money?” Several days later I call him again, and this time I’m prepared to coax words of wisdom from him, reticent as he may be. Turns out Mr. Silber has much to say, and every word is worth its weight in gold — to be paid toward tuition, of course! “Forgive me,” I begin, “but am I allowed to bait you?” “Okay...” he answers. “Why is that tuition collectors have a reputation for being bullies?” I ask, knowing that such a question will open the floodgates. “We’re not bullies!” my interviewee insists. Then he sighs. “There’s a lot of background information that most people don’t know, a whole different world that a tuition collector sees.” And so we begin.

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“EVERYONE KNOWS that Yiddishe schools receive certain government programs, and that the funds are earmarked to cover specific expenditures, such as transportation and food. But what many people don’t realize is that schools are still left with major deficits that the government doesn't cover. “As a tuition collector, I sit in the office and see the bills that come in every day,” Mr. Silber says. “The total costs are staggering! Each child costs the school or cheder between $600 and $800 a month to educate and care for. And yet, almost nobody in the heimishe school system pays that much tuition for their child. It would simply bankrupt most families. So how does that bill get paid? That’s where fundrais-

ing comes in. Dinners and appeals are made to cover the tuition gap, to continue caring for the community’s children. Sometimes, though, even that’s not enough.” Mr. Silber pauses thoughtfully. “Schools and chedarim are not like businesses that struggle the first year they’re open but become more stable by the second year, and cut even on the third. There’s no cutting even. Everything that comes in goes out. And sometimes, the going out is more than the coming in.” “What do you in that case?” I ask. “Most mosdos have a board of members who are the backbone of the school or cheder; if funding runs low, these people — who are often blessed with personal wealth — will reach into their own pockets and extend loans to keep the ball rolling. Without them, many mosdos would close down.” Curious as to what the money that comes in is used for, I ask Mr. Silber about the breakdown. He compares running a school to a recipe. Every recipe has ingredients, some of which are major and


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some are which are minor. Sometimes, the minor ingredients can be bypassed. But the main? That’s what makes the dish. “Payroll is the main ingredient of a school. It’s what fuels the entire system.” And payroll is typically due every two weeks. “The amount we pay our educators is really shameful,” Mr. Silber passionately tells me. “We should feel emes’dige shame over how little we pay them. These people spend more time with children than their parents do. They build them up, encourage them, feed them, care for them and teach them… If we logistically can’t pay these educators what they’re worth, the least we can do is pay them on time!” There are some schools, he tells me, that hand over paychecks up to eight weeks late. “Do you know what this does to a teacher? To a rebbi? When an educator walks in not having been paid in weeks, his head isn’t there. His heart surely isn’t. You know where he’s at? He’s over at Orange & Rockland or at Suez, worrying about how to pay those bills. The stress is unbelievable!” Mr. Silber pauses to let his words sink in. “When the stress of feeding his family is resting on a rebbi’s head, you’ll be lucky if even 35 percent of his ko’ach is invested in the children in his class. It’s just not possible to be fully present when the pressure is so intense.” “What parents don’t realize,” Mr. Silber emphasizes, “is that by paying tuition in a timely manner, parents are actually directly affecting the education of their own child. That paycheck sitting in the rebbi’s pocket infuses him with the ko’ach he needs to really care for the children he’s entrusted with. “So to answer your question about tuition collectors being bullies, it’s not that we try to be aggressive, but when we come into the office and see an overdrawn account and a list of unpaid tutions... well, that makes us become a little tougher. We’re not collecting for ourselves. We’re collecting for the employees who deserve to pay their bills on time and come to work stress-free. That’s why I call every family at the beginning of every month, and again in the middle of the month if I need to.” On that topic, Mr. Silber enjoins parents to try to pay even before the month begins. “When you go to the grocery, you don’t take a bottle of milk home, drink it, and then pay for it. You pay first and then make use of it. In this case, you’re purchasing an education.” He urges parents to send a check or give their credit card number as close to the beginning of the new month as possible, or to at least provide a head check, in the worst-case scenario. “But what about parents who are truly strug-


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gling to stay financially afloat?” I ask. “What if they really can’t pay?”. “Even the most financially strapped families would be able to put together a chasunah if their child were engaged. The hall might be cheaper and the food might be simpler, but that chasunah would hap-

They really should call the school and admit that they can afford full tuition for their children. Maybe they’ll have to buy a used car instead of a new one or skip the brandname clothing to cover the full expense of education, but they’ll be actively bettering the lives of their children’s educators — and their own children’s lives.” He adds another point. “Those parents who can afford to foot the entire $600 to $800 it costs to educate their child each month and don’t pay it are wrongfully accepting tzedakah with their hands wide open. When money comes in from appeals, it goes to pay their child’s education that they aren’t covering. How is that okay?” I nod my head in agreement, but decide to turn the tables on him. “Speaking of what’s ‘okay’ or not, let’s discuss registration cards. The very idea of a child not being able to board his bus because he doesn’t have a card seems to be risking terrible embarrassment to the child. How is that okay?” Mr. Silber sighs again, heavily this time. “I want you to know that every time before there is registration I go to the Ribnitzer tzion and daven that I have siyata d’Shmaya for all parents to pay off their debts. The fear is great that I may have to do something painful, but it is only in order that Yiddishe kinder should have bread on their tables.” He continues, “Is there a better way? I wish there were. Unfortunately, though, some parents play games, refusing to pay until they’re pushed against the wall, so to speak. It’s only those cards that cause the cash to come in. I’ll be the first to abolish the registration card system should someone come up with a better idea. I’d love to hear ideas from The Monsey View readers!” I have one last question that I know is on many a parent’s mind. “What’s the shtick about girls

“If we logistically can’t pay these educators what they’re worth, the least we can do is pay them on time!” pen one way or another, right?” The question is rhetorical, obviously. “The same goes with education in a frum school. Our goal as a school is to work with the parent body. We try our best to help parents out and make that education happen. If a family is really in a crisis, we might temporarily lower their tuition and up the fundraising to cover the extra expense that we’re shouldering for them, but we can’t give an education completely for free, just as a caterer wouldn’t give food away for free. He has expenses to cover, as do we.” And the expenses are many, with revenue practically nonexistent in the schools Mr. Silber has worked for. If there’s ever any extra money — which there rarely is — it immediately goes toward enhancing the educational experience of the children, such as by adding a bus for better transportation or giving a long-due raise to a teacher. “If every family would at least pay on time, even at the discounted price we’re giving it for, we’d be in a decent situation. And if they could cover the full cost of educating their child… what a bracha!” Those families really do exist, as Mr. Silber explains. “Just as there are struggling families, there are families who live very comfortably.

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schools charging 12 months of tuition while only providing 10 months of school?” “So it goes like this: The costs of educating a child run into the thousands per year. We, as tuition collectors, calculate the total cost and try to divide it into more manageable sums, according to what the parents can pay per month. The actual cost of education doesn’t change; just the price of the payments does, when stretched out over two additional months.” “So, really, a parent could make the payments in any installments they want, rather than in twelve monthly sums?” I say. “Correct. It doesn’t have to be divided by month. Aderaba, give us a lump sum at the beginning of the year and we’ll be thrilled! Parents should feel free to divide their tuition payments into as few installments as they’d like, as long as they come through with their payments.” Perhaps, though, the most important part of the discussion takes place when Mr. Silber brings up the Gemara in Beitzah (16a) that says: ‫כל מזונותיו של אדם קצובים לו‬ ‫מראש השנה ועד יום הכיפורים‬ ‫חוץ מהוצאת שבתות והוצאת י"ט‬ .‫והוצאת בניו לתלמוד תורה‬ A person’s livelihood is allocated to him from Rosh Hashanah to Yom Kippur, except for expenditures for Shabbos, yom tov, and the cost of his children’s learning of Torah. Just as the Shabbos and yom tov bills are covered by Hashem, so too are the bills that are incurred by providing our children with a Yiddishe education. If that’s the case, what are we all waiting for? Pull out your checkbooks, and instead of letting Mr. Tuition Collector’s number appear on your caller ID, pick up the phone, and make your number appear on his. It’s the greatest investment you’ll ever make. *Name changed for privacy


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THE JAGGED STONES beneath his feet caused the young man to stumble, the plow to dance wildly in unnatural rhythm. Salty tears mingled with sweat, forming rivulets that ran into Eliezer’s mouth. He halted the plow and settled himself upon a protruding rock, allowing the tears to freely flow. He didn’t hear the footsteps behind him. “What causes you to weep, my son?” The concerned voice of Eliezer’s father cut through the sounds of sobbing. Looking up, he watched his father approach, bending over him with concern. “Is it because the land is difficult to plow? Come. You will work with softer earth.”


Eliezer obediently stood up and followed his father, who led him to a field where the ground was easily broken. There were many fields such as this one, and many fields as the other, for the family wealth was great. Father had reared his children upon this land, teaching them to understand the rhythms of the earth, to coax forth its bounty. Setting his plow in place, Eliezer walked along behind it, watching the ruddy earth spill over the sides of the blade in a gentle wave. The work was much easier here, but soon the tears began to flow again. “What causes you to weep now, Eliezer?” Father asked, perplexed. “I weep because I desire to learn Torah,” Eliezer answered, wiping the tears from his eyes. “But Eliezer, you are no longer a young lad,” Father said. “We shall seek for you a wife and you will have children, and then you will take them to learn.” Father walked away, the chapter closed. But Eliezer continued to feel the burn within his soul, the yearning to connect with his Creator through the words of Torah mi’Sinai. He decided that he would fast. He would pray for clarity; surely Hashem would guide him. Two weeks passed in this manner until Eliyahu Hanavi appeared to Eliezer, instructing him to travel to Yerushalayim, to join the scholars there. Eliezer headed for the most prominent beis midrash, and without fear, approached its head, a rabbi of great renown. There, his tears poured out again as he described his hunger to learn. The rabbi took pity upon him and taught him the basic tenets of Yiddishkeit that he had never mastered. Slowly they plodded along, with Eliezer learning bits and pieces, day by day. What began as a simple foray into the world of tefillah soon lead Eliezer to step into the vast sea of halacha. He painstakingly learned two laws per day, slowly expanding his knowledge until he himself was a veritable fount

of Torah. His desire to learn was so great that he eventually became accepted as a regular student in the yeshivah, and caught up to the others who’d already spent years there. * * * * * “Why should he inherit your land, Father? He’s abandoned us, left us behind and run away!” Eliezer’s brothers stirred their father’s wrath, fueling his anger. Every time he thought of the way Eliezer had disappeared, the sparks of fury rose up inside him. “Disown him. Make a vow that he won’t have a share in any of your possessions!” Father looked at his hardworking sons and nodded his head. They are right, he thought. I’ll do just that. I’ll go to Yerushalayim, and if the Rav agrees, I will disown Eliezer. * * * * * A great banquet had been prepared for Yerushalayim’s most distinguished men on the night that Eliezer’s father arrived in Yerushalayim, and as befitting a man of his prestige, he appeared at the event — knowing he’d be welcomed in. The rabbi who had so patiently taught Eliezer noticed his father in the crowd and had him seated near his own place. Then he turned to Eliezer, who was also in attendance, and instructed him to stand and share a dvar Torah. All eyes were upon Eliezer, including those of his stunned father. Eliezer began shyly at first, but soon found momentum, and as he spoke, pearls of Torah wisdom spilled forth. His face shone as the sun! The rabbi who had taught him approached him from behind and kissed Eliezer upon his head, exclaiming, “Happy are you Avraham, Yitzchok and Yaakov, for this one has come forth from you!” In the audience, a man by the name of Hyrkanus stood up. “Rebbi Yochanan should have rather said: ‘Happy am I, for he has come forth from me!’” Needless to say, Rebbi Eliezer was not disowned... THE BURNING DESIRE of a simple farm boy led Eliezer ben Hyrkanus to become the legendary tzaddik, the heiliger tanna, Rebbi Eliezer — a name that flows from every Jewish tongue.

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On Transportation I recall the overwhelming frustration the first time my son missed his bus. Walking down the steps after a long half-hour of trying to get a much-smarter-than-myself three-year-old to swallow his breakfast, I watched the bus circle the dead end without even pausing in front of our house. Desperately, I dragged my son to a nearby stop, and after missing the bus there too, took a car service to cheder. Once my son was safely in cheder, I dialed the bus manager’s extension, intent on giving him a piece of my mind. After all, this was the first time we were running late, and we’d even made it outside! Couldn’t the driver have given us one minute of his time? I’m not sure the bus manager feels the same, but I, for one, am glad I placed that call. In just five minutes, I received enough of a glimpse into the backstory of school transportation to politely thank him for “everything you do.” I’m certain you’ll feel the same after hearing the other side.

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The Parents’ Take: Mrs. L., who lives in a condo in the main Monsey area, instructs her preschool son’s bus driver to drop her son at her home in the event she is not there to personally receive him. “Being that I work out of the house and come home close to the bus dropoff time, I prefer my son to wait alone on a block of frum families than to return to the cheder building alone with an unfamiliar driver.” With reasons varying from inclement weather to preparing supper at the kitchen window or coming home from work close to the arrival time of the bus, many mothers second the opinion that allowing children off the bus without an adult present is a safe (and convenient) option.

The Cheder’s Take: Before discussing the legal aspect, a local mosed’s bus manager wondered aloud whether parents would regularly allow pre-school aged children to play outside without adult supervision. And if a parent would feel uncomfortable allowing such play, then why is a child waiting home alone any different? And legally, once a parent brings their child to the school bus or facility, the school is responsible for the wellbeing of the child and will be (and have been) held accountable for any safety concerns until the child is handed over to the parent or guardian. “This puts us in a spot where acceding to the parent’s requests can potentially lead to Child Services opening an investigation on our school, and often on the student’s bus driver as well.” This situation, in fact, has occurred in the past when a police officer noticed a child waiting for his parents alone on the front steps, after being dropped there by his school bus.


The Parents’ Take:

The Cheder’s Take:

Parents who are always at the curb by the time the bus pulls up feel that in the rare case that they are not ready or the bus is early, they deserve that extra moment, honk — or both. And then there are the parents who are usually “almost there” when the bus arrives and expect the bus driver to “see them coming.” Mrs. A., a mother of six children who attend local mosdos, feels that “If my child is on the way down the block, and the bus driver cannot wait, then he’s obviously been instructed to complete a route — not to pick up children.”

In recent years, honking when waiting to pick up a student has become illegal for school buses in the Monsey area. In addition, multiply six latecomers by the 60 seconds it takes for a child to walk from the kitchen chair to his bus, and you have several other parents, who have their own busy schedules, running late. “It is important to mention,” adds one bus manager, “that bus drivers aren’t meant to be, and do not get paid to be, car service drivers. They cannot be expected to provide exclusive service for each student.”

The Parents’ Take:

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Many mothers find that they occasionally need to tweak the pickup/dropoff addresses of their children’s bus, especially when dealing with simchos and appointments. And why not? The process seems so simple. “I see the bus passing my parents’ house anyway,” one mother says. “Can’t a fellow Yid go a bit out of his way and drop my child there?”

Transportation:

The Cheder’s Take: Ironically, almost every staff member is involved in the seemingly simple process of a bus change. The secretary takes the message, which is then relayed to the classroom teacher and bus driver. The teacher is responsible to inform and remind the student and bus monitor of the update, and later, the teacher supervising at dismissal must ensure that the child gets onto the correct bus, as children will often head to their usual bus by rote. Administrators and bus managers agree that “Even when on the original route, bus changes are the leading cause of complications.” The melamed, bus teacher and driver, who are not the child’s parents, must remember the change in schedule while juggling their regular responsibilities. And older children often forget the reminders and get off at their regular stop by mistake. The secretary at a local mosed office stresses the necessity of following the instructions, including the time restrictions, provided to parents in regard to bus changes, as the mix-ups they are meant to prevent are an almost daily occurrence. It is also worth mentioning that asking parents to avoid bus changes unless absolutely necessary is not about the reluctance to do favors; it’s about keeping our children safe.

• Be at the curb at least three minutes prior to the bus’s scheduled arrival. • Arrange with a neighbor to receive and supervise your child in the event you are delayed.

Bus changes: • Be sure to have someone await the child outside the updated address. • When a bus change is scheduled for more than a day, remember to call the school office the day the schedule returns to normal.

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On Money Collections Growing up, there was a little white paper taped to the corner of our kitchen refrigerator. Any time one of us would come home from school with a request for money — be it for a project, trip or gift — it was notated on the little sheet of paper. At the end of the school year, we’d add up the single digits and come to a whopping total amounting to a couple of hundred dollars spent among us seven school-aged children. Recently, I found a note requesting four dollars to cover the expenses of my preschooler’s ha’adamah garden, and I wonder if the time has come to start my own miscellaneous fees list.

The Parents’ Take:

Tips

In May, students are sent home with an ERCSD book program contract for their parents to sign. This contract lists the textbook/workbook titles needed for the upcoming school year. When the school year begins, however, another letter requesting “book money” (the amount varies according to school and is greater for the girls) is brought home. “Why are we asked for book money,” parents repeatedly ask, “if district funding is clearly providing them?”

Fundraising events: • If you are unable to attend an event, send your donation to the school with your child or by mail. • You can show your support by offering to help with phone calls, food or transportation in place of a monetary donation.

The Cheder’s Take: “Contrary to common belief, the School District funding for school books is actually a fixed amount ($58.25 per student),” an administrator in a growing Monsey cheder says. “To obtain these funds, a contract signed by the parents containing the exact list of required books must be submitted to the district in June. The approval process at the school district’s office is lengthy and tedious, and even slight discrepancies — like the requested book cost bringing the bottom line above the funding allowance — results in a book being omitted from the list.” For our mosdos, this deadline usually passes way before the accurate number of students is known. This, along with the fact that there are usually a number of students living outside the district who are not eligible for funding, means that in every classroom there are students not receiving this allocation. “The average textbook price is greater than $20,” the administrator further explains, “and students use way more than three books per semester. So after gaining approval for the purchases, and accepting full responsibility for these books, there remains a lot of books to be purchased.” By collaborating with other schools, the remaining books are purchased at greatly discounted prices, and these savings are passed to the parents. “Were parents to purchase these books on their own,” another administrator adds, “purchasing costs would be upward of one hundred dollars per student.”

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The Parents’ Take: The multiple requests for petty cash throughout the semester are cause for plenty of frustration for parents. Parents mainly want to understand why. Why these extra expenses? Can’t some of the tuition or registration money be put aside and labeled miscellaneous? Also, most agree that adding an extra hundred dollars named “x-y-z” to the list of yearly costs per child is preferred to fumbling for exact cash several times a year.

The Cheder’s Take: Truthfully, students today are provided with a very high standard of extras. Principals and teachers, to their credit, are constantly networking and introducing innovative educational and extracurricular activities to the classroom. “Only a percentage of the monthly cost per child is covered by tuition — if paid in full,” an administrator shares. “The rest of the funds are painstakingly raised by fundraisers, who spend their waking hours worrying about covering the monthly fixed expenses.” Unfortunately, administrations cannot afford the budget increase of these extras. Thus, the only option the menahel has is collecting a minimal amount from each parent. And parents are usually happy to give their children the chance to go along on the suggested trip, or partake in a project or purchasing a gift for a teacher. “Adding the full cost to the initial registration fee,” the administrator adds, “would usually result in parent negotiations lowering the added fees, which would add another expense to the already overwhelming budget.”

The Parents’ Take: In a local toy store, a woman was looking to purchase a specific card collection, but was unable to locate it. To the bewilderment of all onlookers, another woman in line chimed in, “These cards cannot be purchased anywhere; they were printed by the mosed for the party.” Annoyed, the first mother expressed her frustration with a question voiced by many local women: “Why are parents being manipulated to attend fundraising events by the peer pressure created between the children?”

The Cheder’s Take: On prizes and pecklach, Mrs. S., who runs the annual women’s party for her sons’ mosed, is glad to explain, but first comments on the general topic. “When I win the lottery,” she states passionately, “the first cause I will donate to is my son’s cheder! It is unbelievable how much they do for our children and under what circumstances.” About the justice of preparing incentives for the children, she sighs. “I completely understand what the mothers are unhappy about, but from my experience, it’s what works. The children push their mothers to attend, and if possible, they will.” Regarding mothers who, for whatever valid reason, cannot attend, she adds, “Many times a mother will call or come to my house to claim the prizes for her children, and I am glad to give them to her.” Usually, prizes are available (and in many schools officially distributed) to all students. However, it is the parents’ responsibility to recognize and appreciate the extreme effort and time it takes to raise the funds necessary to maintain the school budget.

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Chinuch. It is the cornerstone, the foundation, of our very lives. And chinuch is also the cornerstone and foundation of our town Monsey! Here we will explore the fascinating origins of our special community and the major role that Torah education played in its establishment. The Monsey View reached out to Rabbi Yosef Mashinsky, master mechanech and menahel of Yeshivas Beis Dovid for some background. Having grown up in a home that was deeply involved in chinuch since the early years of Monsey, Rabbi Mashinsky is known for his knack of adapting his chinuch methods to the needs of the day while remaining connected to old-school values.

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It is, perhaps, the intersection that can be labeled the “center of town.” Main Street, Route 306 and Maple Avenue. Monsey’s grown and Monsey’s changed, but interestingly, the heart of town has not. It was around this very corner that Yiddishkeit placed its first roots many years back, becoming the nucleus from which Monsey burgeoned. AISH DOS AND THE BAIS MEDRASH ELYON CAMPUS Harry and Hilda Halberg lived on Old Nyack Turnpike. Dabbling in real estate, Hilda learned that Rabbi Shraga Feivel Mendelowitz was looking for an out-of-town location to house his newest project: the Aish Dos Teachers’ Training program. She recommended a large cam-

The original house purchased by Bais Medrash Elyon — the renovated main wing of their current building still looks remarkably similar

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pus on Main Street, with buildings and bungalows, formerly used for a regimented military-style school. It was owned by an individual who refused to sell to a Jew, but, with the offer seemingly suited to Reb Shraga Feivel’s purposes, this clause in the seller’s contract was circumvented by a third party purchasing the property on their behalf. The rest, as they say, is history,

and Main Street corner Maple Avenue became a center for Torah and Yiddishkeit. With fire in his heart and a farreaching vision, Reb Shraga Feivel was undisputedly the individual most largely responsible for Torah in America. As the Satmar Rav, the Klausenburg Rav, Rav Aharon Kotler and other gedolim of the time attested, they all felt they could not have accomplished anything if not for the groundwork laid by Reb Shraga Feivel. From the time that he joined Mesivta Torah Vodaas, he helped hundreds of bachurim from all over the United States learn and grow in Torah. But Reb Shraga Feivel was not one to sit back. What would become of the thousands of Jewish families who were falling away across the vast landscape of the United States? That’s why Reb Shraga Feivel dreamed of reaching beyond the concentration of Torah in New York to open yeshivah day schools in every viable Jewish community across the country. For such a project, he needed rebbeim. To attract families who were willing to let go of secularism and engage in full-time Torah learning, the mechanchim needed to


be of professional caliber. At Aish Dos, top bnei Torah would be trained to achieve such standards. Reb Shraga Feivel brought a group of bachurim from Torah Vodaas out to Monsey. He wanted the most well-rounded individuals and selected quality boys, many of whom ultimately went on to become the greatest mechanchim. The list reads like a star-studded roster of the greatest mashpi’im of the Torah renaissance in America, including Reb Simcha Wasserman, zt�l, son of Reb Elchonon Wasserman, hy�d; Rav Moshe Wolfson, shlit�a (Mashgiach of Torah Vodaas and Rav of Emunas Yisroel); Reb Avraham Abba Friedman, zt�l, and Reb Sholom Goldstein, zt�l (of Bais Yehuda of Detroit); and Reb Manis Mandel, zt�l (of Yeshiva of Brooklyn). The project lasted only a short period as the innovative concept of creating such a movement was still beyond the imagination of the philanthropists who naturally would have carried the expense. Thus, the Aish Dos program phased out, and the bachurim returned to Brooklyn to continue their studies at the mother yeshivah, Torah Vodaas. Soon, an alternate plan came up for the vacant yet equipped property. It would be used as an advanced place of learning for bachurim and yungerleit! Finally, in 1944, Bais Medrash Elyon opened its doors. Highly advanced bnei Torah joined the yeshivah. Rav Reuven Grozovsky was appointed as Rosh Yeshivah, and Reb Shraga Feivel himself moved to Monsey, relocating next door to the yeshivah and delivering shiurim to the bachurim. The rural, isolated setting was ideal. There wasn’t much happening in Monsey — there were hardly any Yidden, hardly any houses. What had been a hamlet of isolated homes, some dating as far back as the Revolutionary era, became a vibrant Torah community, with the yeshivah at its center. “Some of the original houses were very old,� Rabbi Mashinsky shares. “My parents’ home, demolished some 15 years ago, would have been close to 200 years old today!� And so, the entire yishuv of Monsey came about on account of the fact that Reb Shraga Feivel was seeking a way to improve the matzav of chinuch in the United States! YESHIVA OF SPRING VALLEY The rustic area attracted Yidden for other reasons, too. Hotels and summer homes drew a crowd in the summertime, and some people began to stay all year round. Soon, Yeshiva of Spring Valley was opened to accommodate the children of these residents. As

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the cradle of elementary school chinuch in Monsey, Yeshiva of Spring Valley, established in 1943, actually predated Bais Medrash Elyon. Of course, Bais Medrash Elyon families sent their children to this school, and soon some of them became rebbeim there. “Yeshiva of Spring Valley merited to assemble an outstandingly chashuve staff!” Rabbi Mashinsky says. “My father, Reb Hershel, was a Torah Vodaas boy from kindergarten onward. As an alumnus of Aish Dos and Bais Medrash Elyon, it was only natural that he would dedicate his life to chinuch. After seeking counsel from the Klausenburg Rebbe, he accepted a teaching position at Yeshiva of Spring Valley while still a chasan.” It was at Yeshiva of Spring Valley that the elder Rabbi Mashinsky spent the rest of his teaching career, later serving as a guidance counselor as a retiree. The menahel who brought the fledgling yeshivah to where it stands today was Reb Dov Greenbaum, a”h, son-in-law of Reb Shraga Feivel Mendelowitz. With a mission to bring Torah to as many Yidden as possible, Rabbi Greenbaum would peruse the local phone books and dial the numbers of any Jewish-sounding names. He worked to convince parents to send their children to his school that offered secular studies at a level on par with local public schools, in addition to Hebrew studies, and he made sure to discount the tuition when necessary. Here, too, the Halbergs left their mark, with Harry Halberg also contributing to the search for talmidim. He would walk the streets, searching for Yiddishe children who would be interested in joining the yeshivah. After World War II, people were more receptive to this concept. Some of the children enrolled were from families that did not keep Shabbos, but they later emerged as true ehrliche Yidden. “Chinuch in those days,” Rabbi Mashinsky notes, “was also a tool used to reach out and bring Yidden into the fold, quite different from the concept of cheder today.” Monsey continued to grow, with more bnei Torah and more baalei batim moving out to the area, but soon winds of modernity began to buffet at the very foundations of the yeshivah. With mesiras nefesh, certain members of the board of directors undertook to shoulder the entire burden of the yeshivah from their own


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Turning the focus to changes in the classroom over the last few decades, Rabbi Mashinsky shares some points of interest. How is today’s curriculum different from the curriculum of years ago? Back in the day, there were classes with few students. In many homes, there was no knowledge of Yiddishkeit. As such, much emphasis was placed on the basics of Yehadus, and teaching about subjects such as Shabbos and yom tov. Today, chedarim are more academically oriented. Yiddishkeit at home is flourishing. The majority of parents have high expectations and there is a greater demand for a more intense level of education. Starting at an earlier age, boys cover more ground, in depth. Years ago, bachurim first heard of meforshim like the Pnei Yehoshua in their second year of mesivta. Today, learning in-depth is introduced in certain yeshivos as early as seventh grade.

Is that a positive change? First, it is an indication that children are actually capable of more than we would imagine. No harm is done if taught correctly, by a highly skilled educator. It makes learning more interesting and colorful and excites the child, leaving him feeling good about himself. The challenge is keeping all children up to this intense, deeper level. However, this is also achievable since today’s rebbeim are highly skilled, with an incredible ability to reach every student.

What are the challenges facing mechanchim today? Distractions. It’s hard to keep children focused. The rebbi has a tremendous challenge on a daily basis: grabbing the children’s attention. Let us say a child is exposed to an electronic device — not necessarily a non-kosher one, yet one that is very entertaining. If the rebbi tends to lecture lengthily, it is very hard for the child to follow. The current reality is that children are exposed to many distractions that formerly did not exist.

Is there a change in parental involvement in chinuch in recent years? As a whole, parents are more involved. People are more focused on what goes on in cheder; they feel they have an understanding and should have

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more of a say. Parents probably used to leave more up to the hanhalah and teaching staff. In a way, it is good. It’s important to be involved. Automatically, the rebbi will be more focused on the child whose parent is advocating for him. In moderation, involvement is a healthy thing.

How have teaching methods changed? In earlier years, even parents had a more disciplinary approach. Today’s parents are concerned that their children are delicate and fragile. They will tell the rebbi or hanhalah, “My child is sensitive. Take it into consideration…” Rebbeim are also more sensitive, and positive encouragement is natural to most rebbeim. When positive reinforcement was first introduced, old-timers had no idea what it meant. “Define that!” they demanded. Today, you cannot consider becoming a melamed without it. The “yemin mekarev” is very strong. My father, Reb Hershel Mashinsky, z”l, was an exception. Unique in his day, he didn’t lift his hand to a child. The secret of his success was a combination of factors: One, his overwhelming yiras Shamayim made him the ultimate role model, an icon to be looked up to and emulated. Second, his heartfelt tefillos included his beseeching Hashem for each talmid’s hatzlacha. And third, his inspirational teaching style was unbelievable. He lived and breathed what he taught. His whole countenance was aflame as he taught the parsha of the week. His students saw the events and characters come alive before them. Finally, my father was famous for his incredible, overwhelming love for his talmidim. He repeated in a seminar for the mechanchim of Bais Dovid a vort learned from Ahavah Rabbah, which begins and ends with ahavah. Before Shema in the morning, we say “Ahavah Rabbah…,” ending with, “habocher b’amo Yisrael b’ahavah.” In between, we ask, “v’sein bilibeinu binah…” One must start with ahavah and end with ahavah if he wants to be able “lilmod u’lelamed.” If not, don’t even start, he concluded. A rebbi once asked my father what to do with a disobedient child. My father’s reply: Love him. And if he doesn’t respond? Love him even more!


funds, rather than waver under the pressure to introduce modern and Zionistic changes. Among the great people involved at the time were Mr. Moshe Yitzchok Mendlowitz and Mr. Ruby Lazarus, both deserving of distinction for their incredible generosity and dedication to Torah growth in the Monsey community. BAIS DOVID Reb Refael Eisenberg was an ehrliche Yid who sat and learned on his farm at 22 West Maple Avenue. He was not satisfied with the chinuch options in town. He wanted his children to learn in Yiddish, as they had in Europe. His view of chinuch was routed in an uncompromising adherence to mesorah in all ways. He therefore hired expert mechanchim who would homeschool his boys — Reb Mordechai Schwab, later mashgiach of Bais Shraga, and Reb Meir Mintz — illustrious talmidim of the Mirrer Yeshivah in Lithuania. Soon thereafter, serious bnei Torah, such as Reb Yisrael Zev Hershkowitz, Reb Yakov Michael and Reb Aron Jacobs, asked if their children could join. A short time later, Reb Refael moved to Eretz Yisroel. The families that had joined this “cheder” rented the farm property so the scant number of children could continue to learn there. At this point, in 1963, they hired another melamed, Reb Yeshaya Dovid Bayer, a pioneer of chinuch in Monsey, to become the menahel of their brand-new mosed — Bais Dovid. Another project of Reb Refael Eisenberg was Bais Rochel, the sister school of Bais Dovid. Interestingly, the same energetic group of yungerleit who served as founders of Bais Dovid also launched the new girls school. The legendary dean of Bais Rochel, Reb Yankel Rosenbaum, a Gerrer chassid and Bais Medrash Elyon talmid, cultivated it into the large school that it is today. Some of the prime gedolei yisroel and Bais Medrash Elyon talmidim who sent their children to Bais Dovid and Bais Rochel are old Monsey names, such as Reb Shmelke Taubenfeld, Reb Avraham Weinfeld, Reb Chaim Flohr, Reb Lazer Lauer and Reb Shabsi Wigder. WITH THE YEARS, new mosdos opened, giving expression to various shades and shitos in chinuch. Some were established to cater to specific crowds, and others to accommodate specific approaches in learning. Other batei chinuch that were established by Bais Medrash Elyon talmidim are Reb Shimon Rosengarten’s Bais Mikroh, and Reb Shmuel Mendelowitz’s and Reb Shea Schiff’s Bais Shraga. In 1964, when the Viznitz Rebbe moved to Monsey, a chassidish mehalech in chinuch joined the scene. Today, there are tens of mosdos hachinuch educating the multiplying number of children in Monsey, each focused on building a strong foundation of avodas Hashem for the future builders of Klal Yisroel.

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The very first cheder in Monsey,

YESHIVA OF SPRING VALLEY, WAS ESTABLISHED IN 1943 Today the boys school has 27 classes. Their first menahel was Rabbi Dov Greenbaum.

Over in Skver, Yeshivas Avir Yaakov was opened in 1956. Today, their cheder has 61 classes and their mosed’s bus fleet amounts to 25. There are a total of 95 routes for the boys throughout the day, the first of which starts at 6:30 a.m., and the last of which ends at 10:30 in the evening.

Bais Dovid was established by Rabbi Refael Eisenberg in 1963. They currently have 35 classes. Their fleet of 10 buses makes a total of

23 routes each morning, and many more each afternoon. The first route starts at 6:45 a.m., and the last student is dropped off at home at 6:40 p.m.

Shortly thereafter, in 1964, the year the Viznitz Rebbe, zt”l, relocated to Monsey, Meor Hachaim Viznitz was established. Today their cheder, which is comprised of three separate buildings, has a total of 59 classes — 27 in Binyan Vilchovitz, and 32 betwen the two Elyon Road buildings.

They have a fleet of 32 buses,

most of which get parked on their parking lot on Ashel Lane. The next talmud Torah to open was Satmar, established in 1975. They currently have 46 classes, which are housed in two buildings, one on South Madison Avenue, and the other on Viola Road. Their fleet of 25 buses gets parked in the parking lot of their girls school on South Main Street. There are a total of 29 routes in the morning and 29 routes in the afternoon that transport their boys to and from cheder.

Yeshiva Bais Mikroh was

established in 1976 by Rabbi Rosengarten on corner Saddle River Road and Maple Avenue. Today they have 29 classes.

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In 1978, Machzikei Hadas of Belz entered the Monsey cheder scene.

They currently have 22 classes.

Their 6 buses have 12 boys routes each morning and 13 each afternoon. The first pickup is at 6:45 a.m. and the last drop-off at 6:20 p.m.


The next cheder to be established in Monsey was Degel Hatorah, which opened its doors in 1985.

They currently have 10 classes.

The first student is picked up at approximately 6:50 a.m., and the last class is dismissed at 6:00 p.m.

Established in 1988, Adas Yereim Vien was the next cheder to open in Monsey. Today they have 11 classes. Their 4 buses make a total of 12 routes each morning and afternoon. The first route starts at 7:00 a.m., and the last route is over by 6:00 p.m.

Tzon Yosef Pupa opened its doors in 1989. Their mosed currently has 18 buses, which makes 34 routes per day for the boys alone. The first route starts at 6:30 a.m., and the last route is over by 10:30 p.m. Tashbar Nachlas Chaim m’Ribnitz was established in 1995. They currently have 22 classes and 6 buses that shuttle their boys to and from cheder. They have a total of 12 routes in the morning, 15 routes in the afternoon, and 3 routes that take the boys to night seder each evening.

Ohr Reuven opened their yeshivah ketanah for elementary and preschool boys in 1995. They currently have 10 classes.

Cheder Chabad was next to open, in 1999. They currently have 9 boys elementary classes, as well as 5 in the preschool division.

Bobov Monsey was established in 1999. They currently have 16 classes. Their mosed has 10 buses that make a total of 10 routes in the morning and 10 in the afternoon for the talmud Torah alone. The first route starts at 6:45 a.m., and the last boy is dropped off at 6:25 p.m.

The Sanz-Klausenburg cheder was established in 2001. They currently have 11 classes. Their mosed has 8 buses, which shuttle students to and from cheder between

6:40 a.m. and 6:30 p.m.

Next to open was Noam Elimelech Lizensk, in 2002. Their cheder has 11 classes. Their 4 buses make a total of 25 routes between 6:00 a.m. and 9:10 p.m.

In 2007, Bnei Tzion d’Bobov opened its doors. Currently, they have 11 classes and 4 buses that transport the boys to and from cheder in 3 rounds of routes both in the morning and the afternoon, which run from 6:45 a.m. until 6:15 p.m.

Skver opened their

SECOND CHEDER IN 2007,

this one in Monsey. They currently have 18 classes. Their 5 buses make a total of 31 routes throughout the day, beginning at 7:00 a.m., and finishing the last route at 6:30 p.m.

In 2008, Imrei Shufer joined the Monsey cheder scene. Today they have 11 classes. While they also use transportation from the school district, they have 2 of their own buses. Together, 3 routes are made in the morning and 3 in the afternoon. Tiferes Banim of Munkatch also opened in 2008. They currently have 11 classes. They outsource transportation, with 20 routes running from 6:30 a.m. until 6:30 p.m.

Yeshiva of Greater Monsey was established in 2010. They currently have 15 classes.

Divrei Chona Kolashitz was established in 2011. They have 6 classes to date. Their 3 buses make a total of 7 routes throughout the day. The first route brings the older kids to cheder in time for their starting time at 8:30 a.m., and the last route leaves the cheder at 5:00 p.m.

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In that same year, 2011, Ohr Yochanan Rachmistrivka was opened. Today, they have 14 classes. They have 4 buses that run a total of 9 morning routes and 10 afternoon routes. The first bus starts out at 6:00 a.m.,and the last route winds down at 6:45 p.m.

Satmar opened in 2012. They currently have 30 classes. Their fleet of 15 buses makes 15 boys routes each morning, of which the first leaves at 6:45 a.m., and 22 in the afternoon. One of the providers of student transportation to the farthest areas,

their buses travel within a 7-mile radius, going as far as New City and Suffern, and all locations between the two.

Darkei Avos Sanz was also established in 2012. They currently have 7 classes. Their 3 buses make a total of 6 routes each morning. The first bus starts at 8:00 a.m., and the last boy is dropped off at home at 5:30 p.m.

Cheder Be’er Yeshaya opened in 2017. They currently have 10 classes.

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Yeshuas Moshe Viznitz is another cheder that was established in 2012. They currently have 8 classes. Their 3 buses make 12 routes throughout the day, starting at 8:15 a.m., and the last child gets dropped off at 6:15 p.m.

In 2017 Imrei Binah opened its doors. They currently have 4 classes. They have 2 buses and 1 van, with 4 routes in the morning and 3 in the afternoon.

According to a cheder established less than seven years ago,

43% of their student body is comprised of students who have recently moved to Monsey.


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‫אֹויס ַלאנְ ד‪.‬‬ ‫ְ‬ ‫עסט ִאין‬ ‫אר ֶמ ְ‬ ‫קּומען ִמיט ִאים צּום ַפ ְ‬ ‫יט ֶ‬ ‫אדעק וֶ ועט ִמ ְ‬ ‫וערט גֶ עוואֹויר ַאז אֹויְך וְ ַול ֶ‬ ‫יער‪ֵ :‬לייּב וֶ ְ‬ ‫קּור ְצן פּון ְפ ִר ֶ‬ ‫ִאין ְ‬ ‫אֹויס ַלאנְ ד‪:‬‬ ‫ְ‬ ‫ִאין‬ ‫עצט ִּבין ִאיְך ַא‬ ‫יֶ ְ‬ ‫ׁשּוט'ער ִּב ְירגֶ ער‬ ‫ָּפ ֶ‬ ‫עפינְ ט זִ יְך‬ ‫וָ ואס גֶ ִ‬ ‫ּפּונְ ְקט ִאינֶ עם‬ ‫טֹוראנְ ט‬ ‫עס ַ‬ ‫ֶר ְ‬ ‫הֹויּפט‬ ‫ְ‬ ‫ִּב ְׁש ַעת ְצוֵ ויי‬ ‫אַאמ ֶטע‬ ‫אט"א ַּב ְ‬ ‫נַ ָ‬ ‫מּוע ְסן‪.‬‬ ‫ְׁש ֶ‬ ‫עדער‬ ‫עסן ֶדעם ֶפ ֶ‬ ‫ארגֶ ְ‬ ‫יׁשט ַפ ְ‬ ‫אר ְׁש ֵטייט זִ יְך נִ ְ‬ ‫אּון ַפ ְ‬ ‫אֹויסזֶ ען גּוט‪...‬‬ ‫ְ‬ ‫ִאינֶ עם ַטאׁש‪ֶ ,‬עס זָ אל‬ ‫ַאלעס‪.‬‬ ‫אר ִד ְירט ֶ‬ ‫עק ְ‬ ‫עדער ֶר ָ‬ ‫אכן‪ ...‬נָ אְך ַא ַמזָ ל ַאז ֶדער ֶפ ֶ‬ ‫עסאנְ ֶטע זַ ְ‬ ‫עדן ִאינְ ְט ֶר ַ‬ ‫זֵ יי ֶר ְ‬

‫ׁשּול ִדיגְ ט‬ ‫ַאנְ ְט ְ‬ ‫וירער‪ֶ ,‬מען‬ ‫ערוִ ֶ‬ ‫ֶס ְ‬ ‫ייער?‬ ‫אּבן ַפ ֶ‬ ‫ֶקען ָה ְ‬

‫אט ְיר ִל ֶיכע ַאיינְ ְדרּוק‪.‬‬ ‫אכן ַא נַ ִ‬ ‫ארף ַמ ְ‬ ‫ֶמען ַד ְ‬

‫אֹוי!‬

‫עדער!‬ ‫ַדיין ֶפ ֶ‬ ‫אר ְׁשוִ וינְ ֶדען‪...‬‬ ‫זֵ יי זֶ ענֶ ען ַפ ְ‬ ‫עדער?‬ ‫עׁשען צּום ֶפ ֶ‬ ‫וָ ואס ִאיז גֶ ֶ‬ ‫יסן?‬ ‫ער ְ‬ ‫אֹויפגֶ ִ‬ ‫ְ‬ ‫ארוָ ואס ָהאט ֶעס‬ ‫ַפ ְ‬

‫קאפיטל‬

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The Monsey View is pleased to announce that starting next week, Nussy’s Cuisine, your favorite takeout, will be the new Boggle sponsor!

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DIRECTIONS: Write your words in alphabetical order, divided by letter-count in separate columns. Fax or email your word list, together with your total points, by Sunday at 8:00 PM for a chance to win! Include your name, phone number and address.

PLAYING RULES: • No adding “s” to a word. • No proper nouns, abbreviations, contractions or acronyms. • No bouncing back to letters already used in a given word. • Words may not be found with a computer boggle solver. • Words may not be found with the help of a dictionary. • The Monsey View will carefully review all submissions to ascertain that each word is found in the dictionary. Points will be deducted for ineligible words. • We reserve the right to disqualify entries that have a few ineligible words, are not written in alphabetical order or are missing information. • Each contestant has a chance to win only once in four weeks. • No credit given to archaic words, or words chiefly used in other languages (including British English).

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Bonus raffle winner: TEITELBAUM XXX-0502 Pick up a free pie at Chai Pizza! Please be considerate, and do NOT try to claim your prize without The Monsey View issue in which your name appears or after six weeks. It will not be honored.

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The Monsey View does not take responsibility for faxes that don’t come through.


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BOGGLE WINNER’S LIST 4-LETTER WORDS boar bora bork camp capo card carp cart clod clue curd curt damp dark dart dock dork drag dram drop

duct duel dunk dura dust euro hunk hurt kart lock mark mart pack park part port post pram prod rack

ramp road roam rule rust scud slur soak soap soar sort stop sunk toad tram trap trod true undo updo

5-LETTER WORDS adust board carob clonk clunk nodus radon

slurp stork strap strop torus track trunk

REMINDER: Dictionaries or electronic devices may not be used to help you solve the Boggle board. We will disqualify word lists, as per our discretion, that include too many unusual words. The Boggle Team at The Monsey View

6-LETTER WORDS cartop clonus nodule

pardon undock

7-LETTER WORDS conduct

lockram

The following are some of the ineligible words found:

durst gamp Hurst lunk mack

orti strout truel uproad

Please note that credit is not given for inappropriate words, words not found on board and words listed twice.

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The 100 Ride is a unique cycling event fostering feelings of camaraderie among friends working together to benefit their community. The entirety of the funds raised by the riders are delivered to Kupath Ezra of Rockland County and Tomche Shabbos of Rockland County and are distributed confidentially.

FAVORITE LISTINGS! Monsey Meadows! NEW CONSTRUCTION 4 level condos. 5 Units left! North Hill Estates! Brand new custom homes in POMONA!

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Classifieds FOR SALE FORMULA ‫צו פארקויפן ניאויקעיט‬ $25 ‫ קען‬1 ‫ פאר‬$30 ‫פארמאלע‬ :‫ קעןס און מער רופט‬10 ‫פאר‬ 845.426.3237

FOR SALE Professional Executive Desk with matching Credenza, Mahogany Finish. 72” x 40”, and other furniture. Also Stereo and recording equipment. Call: 914 9062853

LEGO CLOSEOUT Closeout! Imitation Lego/duplo blocks. 510 Pieces only $45. Includes people, gates and boards. Strong connections, Lego compatible. call/text 845.659.5428

BUGABOO STROLLERS New Strollers For Sale at Discounted Prices- Bugaboo Fox $950-$1000, Bugaboo Cameleon $750, Babyzen Yoyo $375. Used Bugaboo Buffalo $550. Please call/ text for pricing and details. (1)323-804-7438

YAMAHA KEYBOARD Yamaha PSR-S770 excellent condition fully loaded with latest styles/sounds. Selling with stand and hard case. Asking $1,100. Call:(845)-5020496

MASTER BEDROOM Magnificent master bedroom set for sale. A must to see! Excellent price. For more info please call/text 845-662-2571

B/R FURNITURE & STOVE For sale due to moving, full bedroom furniture set. very good condition $1799 - must be picked up from Monroe. also selling 2 stoves. stainless steel / sealed burners 347486-2359 ANTIQUE FURNITURE Beautiful Antique white master bedroom furniture for sale. Beautiful Condition please call 845-538-6051 for inquiries. Suited for master bedroom or guest room. LEATHER CHAIRS 10 brown leather chairs $400. Call or text 917-837-4470

REAL ESTATE SUMMER RENTAL 5 Bedroom house in New City for Rent July & August 845352-0324 3 BEDROOM Fairly new 3 bedroom apartment with 2 baths (1 shower). Nice closets. Calvert dr. Available immediately, $1900+ utilities. Please call 347-865-7651 or 845-4262695 (no section 8) APT FOR RENT A beautiful 2 bedroom Apartment for rent in the

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// for sale // real estate Collins area. Beautiful finishes and upgrades. Perfectly suited for chosen kallah. Call 917-685-6180 FOR RENT 4 bedroom apt., freshly painted & scraped, spacious kitchen, on Blauvelt Drive. please call 347-304-1569 FOR RENT Beautiful, Spacious-large 2 bedroom apt apt for rent on Collins Ave. Brand new! Ready to move in. Call 7186073664 FOR RENT Brand new beautiful one of a kind 2BR/1BA home.Kitchen with granite counters, open floor plan w/ cathedral ceilings in liv/din area, 10 ft ceilings in BRs, closets plentiful, wash/dry included. Walk to Schlesinger, Gottlieb, Miller, Dahan Shuls etc. If you value privacy, this is it. Available immediately 917716-6342. 5 RM APT Beautiful walk in apartment in sv for rent, brand new kitchen, dining room, 3 bedrooms, 2 full baths (1 in mbr). Please call 347-9033545 FOR RENT ON ELM Available as of Sept. 1. 3rd floor unit for rent includes: Kitchen/Dinette, Dining Rm/ Living Rm, 4 bedrooms, 2.5

baths and porch. 845-4141606 JILL LANE Walk in, two bedroom unit for rent. Please call 845-4141606 HOUSE FOR SALE House for sale in Rock Hill area. House needs work. $419K. Please call:845-5487732 FOR SALE Wesley Hills Large California ranch, corner of Lime Kiln. Central to all shuls. New stucco exterior. 5 beds. 4.5 bath. Eat in kitchen and dining room. Large walk-out playroom. Built in sauna. Floor to ceiling family room windows. Newly paved half circle driveway. Ready to move in. Call or Text owner: 347-731-6731 SPACE WANTED

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Responsibilities include: > Yiddish speaking a must! > Communicating with customers on the phone > Following up on employee paperwork > Solving incoming problems

Benefits offered: > Health Insurance-$150/month, max $500 out of pocket/year > Dental Insurance > Vision Insurance > Life Insurance > FSA for medical, childcare, travel > Short-term Disability insurance > 15-18 Paid Holidays > Paid Vacation/Personal > Paid Sick time Prior office experience preferred l Willing to pay to cover travel cost l Paid training period

Please email resume to radler@elitehc.net


Classifieds HOME FOR SALE New listing. Spring Valley. Semi-detached condo. Beautiful 7 bedroom. 4,000 sq ft PLUS basement. 3 full bath, 2 half bath. Cul de Sac. Beautiful property. 845-3007404 HOME FOR SALE New Hempstead. Loaded 4 Bedroom, 2.5 baths colonial on Beautiful Cul de Sac. Asking 674,9K. Esther Ingber Realty 845-354-6060.

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Road right off Rte 45 -next to New Square and New Hempstead. Ample parking. Inclusive of all utilities $850 $1700. 845 721-8469. FOR SALE Eastview area, high end stunning Home, with everything possible you can imagine, potential income! AOM REALTY INC. 845 7293284

NEW LISTING! Flat for sale on Bates/Horton. Excellent condition! Please Call- 732-850-8121

OFFICE SPACE New modern upgraded private office with internet and amenities located haztluchah area pls call 347533-0492

OFFICE SUITES FOR RENT 2 & 3 rooms, private entrances, private toilets. Some waiting rooms and work areas. On Harmony

VACATION RENTAL Magnificent secluded Suffern home on 1 acre cul-de-sac with pool, brook, lots of land. Shabbos or weekday getaway.

Call 845-327-0266. Also available for daycamp rental. SUMMER RENTAL Beautiful spacious apartment in center of Monsey available for rent for most of July & August. Ideal for chussen/ kallah. 845-570-0062

HELP WANTED 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 LOOKING FOR VOLUNTEER local drivers for chessed. Please call 845-352-1016

Real Estate firm is looking to hire an Administrative Director. Applicant will run day to day operations of a growing compnay, manage sales team, marketing & recruiting. Previous experience in real estate is a plus. Please email resume to hr@metrexrealty.com

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BOOKKEEPER/ADMIN Looking for a talented individual with Bookkeeping experience. Duties will include admin functions as well as accounts payable etc. ygoldberg@oaktreec.com FINANCE COORDINATOR HAMASPIK HOMECARE is expanding and seeking: General book-keeping knowledge, computer savvy, ability to follow up and follow through, communicate well, experience necessary. Full time. Benefits, great work environment!! Email: HR@ Hamaspikcare.org Or, Fax: 718.408.7733 KINDERGARTEN MORAH Seeking warm and experienced Kindergarten Morah for the upcoming school year at Bnos Leah

Prospect Park of Monsey. Email resume to Jobs@ prospectmonsey.org TEACHER POSITION Local Monsey girls school looking to hire experienced teachers for the secular studies department for upcoming school year 5780. Please email resume to teacherposition2020@gmail. com MONSEY BY SCHOOL is looking for Junior High ELA and History teacher. Please email your resume to monseygirlsschool@gmail. com POSITIONS AVAILABLE Join the talented and dedicated staff at Bas Mikroh Girls School. Positions available for English permanent substitute, assistants, co-teachers and remedial teachers for the ‘19‘20 school year. Email resume to bbamberger@basmikroh. org. If you would like to join our substitute list, Kdg - 8th grade please call our office at 845-352-5296. MENTORS/ ASSISTANTS NEEDED Great experience working with knowledgeable elementary teachers in friendly environment. Send resume to mkagan@ baishachinuch.org or fax 845-354-3806 TEACHERS Monsey boys school seeks capable teachers for the following positions: *General studies teacher, *Title I math


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to provide person-centered, comprehensive care management to individuals with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities (I/DD). REQUIRED

BENEFITS YOU’LL RECEIVE

Minimum of Associates degree required for CMA position OR Bachelors or Masters degree with relevant experience OR RN with relevant experience

Medical, dental and vision coverage FSA 401K plan Life & Disability Insurance Paid time off (includes vacation, holiday and birthday!)

HIRING FOR THE FOLLOWING LOCATIONS: 5 Boroughs, Nassau County, Suffolk County, Westchester County, Rockland County, Orange County, Capital District.

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TCC is fully committed to Equal Employment Opportunity and to attracting, retaining, developing and promoting the most qualified employees without regard to their race, gender, color, religion, sexual orientation, national origin, age, physical or mental disability, citizenship status, veteran status, or any other characteristic prohibited by state or local law.


Classifieds JOB OPENING 12th grade graduates! Kickstart your career today! Heimeshe showroom in Monsey looking to hire immediately. Full time ( 9-5). Will train. Entry level - female receptionist and female inside sales position available. Candidates should have excellent communication skills and the ability to maintain a high level of activity. Competitive pay. Please email 6038204@ gmail.com or call 845-6038204.

teacher, *Teacher’s assistant/ co-teacher. Please email akarash@chedermonsey.org JOIN OUR TEAM Boys Yeshiva in Monsey now accepting resumes for General Studies department. September 2019 - ‘20 School Year. Elementary Teacher Monday-Thursday 12:454:00. Middle School Math Teacher Monday-Thursday 3:00-5:15. 5th grade General Studies Teacher MondayThursday 2:00-4:45. Title I Math Teachers. Professional atmosphere/competitive salary. Email resume & references yeshivaenglish@ yahoo.com

// help wanted

5”,6”,7” Gutters Copper and aluminum gutters 845-782-4473

Over 30 colors

sales@advancedguttersinc.com

Gutter Guard Installation

Fully Insured Free estimates

Cleaning and Repirs

resume to svhiringoffice@ gmail.com

computer savvy, willing to learn and a team player. Competitive salary with great benefits. Email resume to jobs@culinarydepot.biz

MOTHER’S HELPER Seeking girl / woman to help with light houskeeping. Decatur area 845-426-2823

POSITIONS AVAILABLE Monsey Yeshiva is looking for assistant general studies teachers grades 1-5. Perfect opportunity for young women looking to pursue a career in education. Great atmosphere. Please send your resume to Rabbigottlieb@ ohrreuven.com.

P/T SECRETARY Knowledge of Excel/ Word . Hours:~9:30-2:30. Send resume with salary requirements: ambit@ ambitelectronics.com fax: 845-425-5625 HELP WANTED Mid-Size company is looking to hire an individual with background / experience in Human Resources to lead and oversee our Human Resources department. Great benefits and good pay for the right candidate. Please send

ACCOUNTANT Boutique Accounting Practice looking for an experienced accountant to join our team. Email resume to: jobs. boutiquefirm@gmail.com or Fax resume to (646) 792-3313

OFFICE HELP Local medical practice looking to hire part time and full time employees for the following positions: Billing, Data entry, Receptionist. Please send an updated resume to frontofficemmh@ gmail.com POSITIONS AVAILABLE Rockland base company is looking to hire full time employees to join our team. Candidate should be

SALON HIRING Tranees wig salon is looking for a capable girl to blow dry and style wigs. Needs to be able to work in a fast paced environment. Full time hours including some sundays. Please call 1(845)418-3334 and leave message or send resume to traneeswigs@gmail.com

Home care company is looking to hire a talented individual to join our friendly team MUST have prior experience working in a home care agency salary starting based on experience

Benefits offered: • Health, dental, life, vision insurance

• Paid Holidays

• FSA-medical, childcare, travel

• Paid time off

• Short term disability

• Paid sick time

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WHY WORK FOR TRICOUNTY CARE?

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Because we’re an employer who truly cares for you, and we show it by offering:

Competitive Pay Medical, Dental, and Vision Insurance Medical FSA - 100% employer contribution

FINANCE SPECIALIST HR RECRUITMENT SPECIALIST HR ONBOARDING SPECIALIST

Life, LTD, and AD&D insurance

INTAKE SPECIALIST

Paid Holidays, Vacation and Sick days

GENERAL OFFICE SECRETARY

Paid Birthday Off!

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TCC is fully committed to Equal Employment Opportunity and to attracting, retaining, developing and promoting the most qualified employees without regard to their race, gender, color, religion, sexual orientation, national origin, age, physical or mental disability, citizenship status, veteran status, or any other characteristic prohibited by state or local law.


Classifieds HELP WANTED Busy healthcare office located in center of Monsey is looking to hire for a full time secretarial position. Candidate must be a quick learner, detail oriented and have excellent communication skills. We offer competitive pay and great benefits. Please send resume to resume to officepositions58@gmail.com NOW HIRING Local company looking for F/T female employee to work in an office in Spring Valley. Primary responsibilities include Customer Service phone calls, follow up with vendors, scheduling and following up on various items. Must be highly motivated, good at multitasking, personable and

organized. Must have good computer skills, be proficient in Excel and Microsoft Word, as well as being social media savvy. Hours are M-TH 9:00- 5:00, F- 9- 3 (summer) 9-1 (winter). Please send resumes to Devorah@ breakingvending.com

good computer skills, is a quick learner & works well with others. Job entails bookkeeping, customer service, and telephone skills. Salary commiserate with experience. Send resume to: susan@steadyconnections. com.

POSITION AVAILABLE Girls High School seeking organized, responsible, efficient woman proficient in computers with strong interpersonal skills and work ethic. Please email phoneby0@gmail.com.

NOW HIRING! Full-time, entry-level positions available at Ark Mortgage. No experience necessary - we train. Excellent pay, benefits, paid vacation/holidays and career growth. Send resumes to hr@ arkmortgage.com

JOB OPENING Looking for a full charge bookkeeper to fill a 9-5 position in a busy office. The person should have good communication skills, the ability to multi task,

Project Manager /Development Dept. Monsey/Full Time •

Will work with all team members to support the achievement of work plan activities designed to achieve department goals

Coordinates and oversees special projects independent or in cooperation with other Development personnel

Strong working knowledge of all social media and experience with computer programs essential

Supports the development and implementation of Agency’s comprehensive public relations strategy to enhance public awareness

Compensation commensurate with experience. All female office Excellent benefits and work environment. Please send resume to efeder@chesed247.org or call 845-354-3233 ext 1121.

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HR COORDINATOR HAMASPIK HOMECARE is expanding and seeking: Computer skills, detail oriented, office experience necessary. Full time. benefits, pleasant work environment!! Email: HR@Hamaspikcare. org or Fax: 718.408.7733 POSITION AVAILABLE Full time secretarial position available. Knowledge in Quickbooks and Excel. Centrally located in Monsey. Please email resume to jobavail30@gmail.com. HELP WANTED Looking to hire full-time secretary Monday thru Friday. Please reach out to hr@goldentasteinc.com or call 845-356-4133 x203 leave detailed message ACCOUNTING FIRM POSITION CPA Firm in Monsey is looking to hire for an entry-level position. Please email resume to team@ oberlanderandco.com OPEN POSITION Professional office in Spring Valley area is looking to hire a Female employee for it’s new growing division, Great growth potential for the right individual, Home Care/Health Care Experience

a plus. Please email your resume to jspitzer@ everfundtrust.com Or fax to 845-205-4354 OFFICE POSITION PT/FT Secretary position available in a Monsey office. Bookkeeping, QB and Office experience a must. Amazon & Ecommerce experience a plus. Great pay for right candidate. Email resume to OfficePosition1133@gmail. com JOB OPENING Monsey office seeking a full time employee to join our amazing team. Candidate should be someone who is a quick learner, detail orientated and has great organizational skills Offering great pay and benefits. Please email your resume to monseyjobs8400@gmail. com. BOOKKEEPER WANTED Heimish office in Monsey seeking F/T secretary for Immediate hire basic computer knowledge and phone skills, will train Email resume books10977@gmail. com SECRETARY WANTED Management Company looking to hire a F/T P/T female bookkeeper knowledge in QuickBooks a must. will train Email resume books10977@gmail. com SECRETARY Secretary wanted for construction office. Candidate should have an eye for design, be detail oriented, proficient in quickbooks, and a quick learner. Please send resume to jobopening608@ gmail.com SALES HELP WANTED Ladies clothing store looking for p/t weekend worker please call 845.213.7455 pls lv msg


DO YOU HAVE WHAT IT TAKES TO SUCCEED?

Join Us and Experience the Marquis Difference. BENEFITS Paid Yomim Tovim, Federal Holidays and Personal Time Off Transportation Provided • Medical Benefits 401k • Team Building Events • Competitive Pay Professional Environment • Heimishe Atmosphere Training and Support • Room for Growth

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REQUIRED SKILLS • Ability to Multitask • Good Communication Skills • Detail Oriented

Full-time Positions Available in HR, CDPAS and Coordination Departments

845.205.9513

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Classifieds HELP WANTED Special Education Teachers needed for the 2019-2020 school year. New York State Certification required. Experience with ABA preferred. Full Time position. We are seeking a highly qualified teachers to join our dedicated team. Please send resumes to: jobresumes613@ gmail.com Fax: 845-352-3375 HELP WANTED Male aide needed for special needs classroom. For the 2019-2020 school year. Full time position. jobresumes613@gmail.com Fax: 845-352-3375 Phone: 352-3307 ext. 119 HELP WANTED Female aide needed for special needs classroom. For the 2019-2020 school year. Full time position. jobresumes613@gmail.com Fax: 845-352-3375 Phone: 352-3307 ext. 119 COUNSELORS WANTED Machene Ahavas Chesed is seeking young energetic 17-20 year old counselors to work from August 6-28 short hours, great pay . Please pick up an application at Yeshiva Bais Dovid, or call 845-5967546 or 845-376-3969. JOIN OUR TEAM Local growing Medical supply company looking for full time female employees to join our team. Graduates welcome. We train! Email resume jobs.gphmsb@gmail. com. RESUMES Resumes are what we do! We have proven experience with all types of resumes, (including new grads). Contact: resumakerpro@ gmail.com/845-554-5778. SUMMER JOB OPPORTUNITY Chasiddishe camp in Catskills looking for girls

to be in camp and work as day camp counselors. Great pay. Call 9292892631. If no answer leave message. KUPATH EZRA is looking to hire store managers for our clothing and furniture stores. Hours are from 9-5 Sunday through Thursday and Fridays 9-1 pm. Good pay. Versatility in languages preferred. Please email kupathezrah@verizon. net if interested or call 917617-0385

BABYSITTING WARM AND EXPERIENCED babysitter available to babysit night hours in your home or at weddings. References available. Please call 845 499 9272

and Limudei Chol. Please Call: 845-352-1016 DOULA Labor of love LOVE your birth experience, certified CD( DONA) Doula Malky Breuer 845 270 4330 845 362 3480 Malky@mbdoula.com CHILDBIRTH EDUCATION CLASSES To join the next class please call 845-426-0931. Tzippy Tauber CD (DONA)Certified Birth Doula ALTERATIONS Professional alterations, fast service, in the Blueberry Hill area. 929.287.2135 DRUM LESSONS by Shmuel Klaver - Monsey’s most experienced Shomer

Shabbos drum instructor. Lessons ($45 & up) given in your home or my studio, to boys or girls ages 10-adult, beginners to professional. Call (845) 459-9935 GUITAR LESSONS by Moshe Klaver, for beginners of all ages. Very motivating and patient teacher. References available. (845) 746-0925. Shomer Shabbos MUSIC LESSONS Give your daughter the gift of music at a very reasonable price! References available. Call Yitty @ 845-426-7561 after 4:30 pm SEWING COURSES private sewing course with master teacher Esty Krauss. call or text 845-662-5931

TWIN/SPRING VALLEY AREA Experienced, warm babysitter available. Daily, weekly & for the upcoming winter. Newborns - 20Month Please call 362-1060. BABYSITTER AVAILABLE on 73 Francis Place. After school hours available. Also taking Sunday drop-ins. Please call 845-352-1016 WARM BABYSITTER Very experienced, warm, caring Babysitter in Park ave area. 6months- 2 years. Please call/text 786-327-7885 lots of references!

SERVICES EMUNAH HOTLINE ‫ ווערט א‬:‫א לעכטיגן גוטמארגן‬ ‫נייע מענטש מיט די טעגליכע‬ 845-414- ‫אמונה שמועס רופט‬ ‫ גאראנטירט פאר א‬88 # 0076 ‫טאג פול מיט שמחת החיים‬ TUTOR AVAILABLE for your elementary school child for Limudei Kodesh

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IT and Vehicle Supervisor Maintaining all agency computers and network management. Oversee a fleet of 18 vehicles and be responsible for the maintenance, inspections, service and repair as well as assignment of vehicles for each department’s usage. Email: Efeder@chesed247.org


es SEWING COURSE One on One, by Esty Krauss. Group forming now for high school girls. call or text 845-662-5931.

Meditation, Journaling, & Art. Rivky Friedman, HBCE 845.200.4365 satinribbonsbaby@ gmail.com

RELAXING MASSAGES

MEDITATION Experience D’Veikus! Increase Your Emunah and Vitality! Reduce Stress And Anxiety! Meditation Lessons By Rabbi Eliezer Fried Home visits and in office Servicing Monsey Community 7322073431

for women by a licensed massage therapist. Deep tissue | Swedish | Pre/post natal. New Hempstead/ New City area. 15% introductory discount. Please call 845.201.8251 or email info@cuzzispa.com TORAHANYTIME.COM On demand Torah lectures | Video-Audiodownload | All for free | Computer or App for iPhone/Android | Or Hotline 718-298-2077 | Yiddish - Hebrew English LIFEGUARD LESSONS Experienced lifeguard, swimming instructor and aqua aerobic instructor available. Please call 8452740282 TUTOR AVAILABLE Experienced tutor available to tutor your son in Limuday Kodesh subjects. Chumash, Gemarah,Mishnayos etc. Successful in helping boys gain clarity and enjoy learning. Call Mordechai Fleischman @ 845-558-4893. PERSONAL TRAINER Experienced in building core strength,diastasis recti, fat burn, increasing muscle strength and posture for women. Mazal-347-401-3033 HYPNOBIRTHING CLASS Learn to Release, Trust, Connect. Birth the gentle way with Visualization,

SPEECH THERAPY Does your child say some sounds ‘wrong’? Licensed & experienced Yiddish-speaking speech therapist is available this summer to help your child. Call 659.5428. No insurance. GRAPHICS COURSE Attention High School, Post High School girls. An in depth course will be starting July 3’rd. Given by Mrs. Klein with 13 yrs of teaching graphics. Class includes latest version of creative cloud: Indesign, Illustrator,Photoshop and design principles No internet connection and small classes. 845.356.1972 GENTLE TOUCH Laser, Electrolysis, Waxing, Tinting. Professional Flawless Make Up. Evening appt available. Call/text 845 2225265 MAKEUP BY DEVORIE Natural & Refined. Contact/text 845- 6426833 ONE MAN BAND Exceptional music, Incredible prices. Book your event now. Call Simcha Salzer 845 502 0496

ONE MAN BAND For all your occasions, many years experience 347-460-7543 KANGEN WATER “Change your Water.. Change your life” Alkaline - AntiOxidant - Super Hydrating Call for FREE supply and feel AMAZING! 917-681-0003 LADY DRIVER Reasonable and punctual. Please call Chany 845-709-7338. FRUM LADY DRIVER Punctual, friendly, caring, responsible, dependable. Scheduling summer routes (no playgroups). Excellent customer service! Please call 917-750-4105 (temporarily no texts please). HOSTESS PACKAGES/ PEKLECH

Classy welcome packages for your Shabbos aufruf or Sheva Brachos! We have something in every budget; book in advance to ensure availability. Thinking pekelach? We have it! Vacht nacht, birthday, aufruf, upsherin, pidyon haben. PRESENTED 845-274-0489 presented0489@ gmail.com LIFEGUARD Men’s lifeguard available in the Airmont and surrounding area. Please call 845.323.8288 PRIVATE HEATED POOL

Nice & Clean heated pool for rent in Airmont please call 347-450-5066

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Appointment Buddy Are you at work when your loved one has an appointment? Do you need someone to accompany you to appointments?

Experienced woman well versed inthe medical field is available to assist you with your medical appointments.

Call Chanie: 845-709-7338

CONFIDENTIAL SPECIALIST CONSULTING Social-Emotional - Education / IEP Special Needs - At-Risk Teens Heimisha Support Airmont, NY $250/ 40-minute session Call 845-213-2025 leave message AQUA AEROBICS Ladies Aqua Aerobics/ Poolside Pilates. Join us for a rejuvenating exercise experience! Monday morning 10:30-12, Tuesday evening 8:30-9:30, July 1- August 20. Reserve your spot! Esty Friedman 845-213-0978 Airmont NY BAR MITZVAH PHOTOGRAPHY Quality and affordable bar mitzvah photography by Moshe Grunfeld call 917858-1054 or email moshe@ moshegrunfeld.com COTTON CANDY RENTAL cotton candy machine rental. Please call 845-694-7296 WASH & SETS haircuts and hair-styling at great prices. Please call 845.538.5623 CENTRALLY LOCATED Have your hair done professionally for all your occasions call 356-1937 GARTLECH we fix knitted & crochet Gartlech & make beautiful professional fringes. We also teach how to knit & crochet. call: 917-414-3281

SHAIMOS

PICK UPS 845-461-3084 DEBT RELIEF having trubble with finances? join Debtors Anonymous Tuesday night @ 19 Robert Pitt # 113 , 7:30-8:30pm. visit www. debtorsanonymous.org PEST FREE SUMMER This summer enjoy your house/bungalow with no Ants, Flies, bugs, etc.! Get our do-it-yourself PEST-FREE products! Pick up or we’ll ship to the country. The Bug Clinic 674 N Main St. Spring Valley NY 10977 845.356.2837 ARROWSMITH Is your child still in the same place after all that tutoring? The Arrowsmith Program has helped many children become successful in the regular classroom. Please call Mrs. Feuer to find out more 845-304-7053 MATH ANXIETY? I can help! All ages. All levels. Regents, SAT Prep, CLEPS, AP courses. Remediation and Enrichment also available Linda 845.538.5319

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Pest? ‫יואל בראך‬

845-393-1475

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

ODDS & ENDS SEEKING DONATIONS Of toys, arts & crafts, or supplies, in good condition, for a Heimishe Moised. Call 845.500.3100

‫טייערע כלה‬ ‫נוצט אויס דעם יום החופה‬ ‫מיט אן אלבום וואס ענטהאלט‬ ,‫ שיעורים‬,‫ הדרכה‬,‫השקפה‬ ‫ וואכן פאר‬4‫ רעזעווירט‬.‫תפילות‬ 245-352-2560 ‫די חתונה‬ SOUND SYSTEM GEMACH Speakers | mikes | mixers | cables | for your simchas and party’s | 917-382-8809 BANDS $10 New ladies bands, all lengths. Also berret hats. 845 290 8319

HOST A PARTY To host a small party in your home for a Mikvah organization as a Zechus for a loved one. Call: 845-205-0910

CHUPAH CARDS Lucite cards. 845.222.0456

ATERES CHARNA Just got avl the ateres charna hall on september 1 2019 call 845 659 6062

MATERNITY COATS 100% down TEXT ONLY 8455212912

GEMACHIM BED REST? We do the laudry for you. 213-7437 (also looking for volunteers) WEDDING KIT for Machetunim to take along. 845-425-2036

SUITCASE GEMACH 845-371-9121

BIKE RACK GEMACH Fits all cars. Holds up to 3 bikes. 845-659-1863. ‫לעילוי נשמת‬ Do you have a ‫יאהרצייט‬ coming up? We can arrange to have the whole ‫ששה‬ ‫ סדרי משנה‬learned ‫לעילוי‬ ‫ נשמת‬your loved ones! Call /Text (917) 720-6392 / chofetzmishna@gmail.com


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OFFICE SPACE AVAILABLE In Suffern ( Near Hospital ) Available from 500 To 4000 SQ Feet Owner Will Renovate To Tenants Needs. Please Call 845 499 8406 SPEAKERS Monsey speaker rental. call or text 845-570-7264 BRIS & PIDYON HABEN Beautifull Bris pillow Gemach +benchers with tfilos for bris and pidyon haben: 845-213-0602 BLUE LIGHT Gemach in monsey, pls call before. 845.425.1919 TICHEL GEMACH To receive or donate 845-3717504 CHUPPAH TEFILLOS Beautiful booklets with tefillos and tehillim for the chupa time-bezchus klal yisroel. 845-213-0602. WEDDING HAIR PIECES for children 3473001679 BENCHERS Beautiful benchers (not Zemiros) 845-642-0910 LSHEM MITZVAH Babysitting for overnight or week etc for kimpeturin or sick chas vesholom 732-5952207. Will also accommodate a special needs child if possible. 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. SHULERT APP Daven at the perfect Minyan with Shulert! https://www. shulert.com DVD/VIDEO GEMACH DVDS and portable players for sick and homebound adults and children.425-2660 SIMCHA HAT $25. many different styles and colors. We also accept donations of elegant hats. 347 351 1604 BABY GOWNS and 2 pieces. Matching shoes and hair accessories available from 3 months - 2 years. New! Boys line added. 425-3049 LEV DEVORAH Layett gemach (845) 213-3646 BABIES LAYETTE GEMACH text 718-551-1732 or email frimitbabies@gmail.com HOSPITAL SUPPLIES inc. TPN equipment, feeding pumps, NG tubes, & feeding supplies. donate/receive. 845746-8293.

MECHITZA’S 30’ - 5 six’ tables, 10 chairs stands and bus-boxes $100 deposit. $18 Donation call 845-445-8015 or email Mitzvah1@gmail.com

ISRAEL GPS No fee. English or Hebrew. Must reserve in advance by email at IsraelGPS@gngroup. com EAR-PLUG GEMACH for ba’alei simcha to protect your guests’ hearing. Baby headsets also available. 845202 -0105.

SHIFRA PUAH DOULA Please call to register in advance. 845-587-1649 ELEGANT HATS For short term rental 845517-0838. MATERNITY GEMACH Weekday and shabbos clothing, various sizes. call/ text 845-445-9687 GPS GEMACH 845-352-2588. Lve msg. (Minimal fee).

WHITE KALLLAH SHOES. Proceeds go to tzedakah. Call\Text 845-200-0211 TOY GEMACH Keep all the children busy by your simchas with tons of lego and clicks. 845-578-6513 TABLECLOTHS for your Simchos. (845) 371 2105

BRIS GEMACH located in Central Monsey. 617-955-3630. poya, pillow case, outfit, blanket. ‎ OT WATER URNS H 845-425-9211 ROOF CARRIERS For all cars even without bars on roof. 845-659-1863. Monroe: 845-662-7102. South Fallsburg 845-434-3865. BRIS GEMACH Located on Blauvelt Rd. 356-6215 poya, outfit, blanket and hat.

PACK N PLAY We have New Pack n Plays tova222@gmail.com or text 845-216-4885 PHONE GEMACH free of charge for as long as necessary. 845 579 5538 REFLECTOR GEMACH Hosting guest? Be safe! Wear a reflector. 845-356-0815 SIDDUR GEMACH Sfard: Friedman 845-6087830 Ashkenaz: Shulman845 352 1756 or 845-826-6718

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Classifieds MONSEY SHATNEZ LAB | 3 VALENCIA DR | 845.262.8502 | R' MENACHEM FOGEL

‫כג' סיון תשע"ט‬

SHATNEZ NOTICE

// gemachim // dresses & gowns

‫ועד למשמרת שעטנז בנשיאות הרה"ג ר' משולם פאלאטשעק שליט"א | ועד הכשרות בד"צ מכון להוראה | הרב חיים שבת שליט"א‬

Shatnez is being discovered in ties

TESTING OPTIONS:

A 100% Wool Versace tie was brought to the Lakewood Shatnez Laboratory for testing.

WALK IN HOURS: SUN-THURS: 7:30PM-9:45PM. ‫מוצש"ק‬: 1 Hour after ‫מוצ"ש‬ until 11PM.

Its interlining contained linen.

DROP OFF INSIDE: 8AM-10PM. ANY DAY. Enter side door, take a tag, write your name and phone #, hang up your item.

3 Valencia Dr. (Concord area)

Dry cleaners drop off: Plaza Cleaners (Shoppers Haven). Classis Cleaners (Saddle River). HOUSE VISIT: Call to schedule.

MEZUZOS GEMACH 362.2333 HOSPITAL GOWN for maternity or hospitalization Tzniusdige & Comfortable. 845-425-8687 FREE MOVING BOXES Packs of 10x for easy transport. (845) 641-5536. FREE BOXES for moving (mostly egg carton size). 845-425-6826 or 845-608-7830. Donations of flattened boxes are always welcome! BECHER GEMACH Real bechers from our free-loan gemach. 845-377KOS1(5671) KosYeshuos@ gmail.com

PIDYON HABEN coins, silver tray, lace box, outfit 845-426-1681 845-6427256 GOWN GEMACH. South Monsey Ladies gowns and petticoat gemach.call or text after 5pm. 347-278-1278 SIDDUR/CHUMASH 558.4774 COAT RACK Coat racks and hangers for your simcha. 845-356-9841 HEATER GEMACH 845 362 8666 CHUPPA CARDS. call or text after 5pm. 347278-1278

REFLECTOR GEMACH: having guests or having a simcha and need reflectors 347-977-6816

GOWN FOR RENT

WE ACCEPT clothing, shoes and household items in brand new condition. To donate or receive call 347-731-3851.

MAGNIFICENT GOWN Exquisite gown for rent size 2-4 pls call 845-596-9933

DRESSES/GOWNS FOR SALE Gorgeous Kleinfeld gown to sell. Size 4. Worn once. Estis mob gown to sell. Size 6. Please call or text 917 -5661440

GRAPHIC DESIGNER WANTED The Monsey View is looking for a graphic designer to join our team for a part time position. Candidates applying should be proficient in Adobe InDesign, Adobe Photoshop and have basic knowledge of Adobe Illustrator. Hours are Monday 10am-5pm and Tuesday 9:30am-till The Monsey View goes to print (generally around 7:30pm but candidate has to be able to stay at work late in case of extended deadlines). To apply please email your portfolio to themonseyviewgraphics@ gmail.com and write ‘Part Time Position’ in the subject line.

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beautiful dark colored gown size 2-4 8455380391

FOR RENT Magnificent white gown with teal beading. Size 2. Pls call/ text 845-746-7248 FOR SALE Stunning mature teen gown sample piece size 6 tall and slim please call 845-587-4128 WEDDING DRESSES Beautiful off white & gold teenage Chasunah Dresses. Approx size 2 & 6. Please call 845-362-1689 MATERNITY GOWN Beautiful black and white maternity gown available for rent! call 459 7578 FOR SALE Magnificent Mother-ofBride dress for sale. Sz 8-10. Champagne color. Call/text 845-553-4000 NEW IN MONSEY Maternity Evening Wear Rental. Beautiful dresses for


Seeking Controller: The Controller will direct the financial affairs of our Monsey not-for-profit agency and prepare financial analyses of operations, including interim and final financial statements with supporting schedules, for the guidance of management. The Controller is responsible for the company’s financial plans and policies, its accounting practices, the conduct of its relationships with lending institutions and the financial community, the maintenance of its fiscal records, and the preparation of financial reports. The position includes supervision over general accounting, internal auditing, cost accounting, and budgetary controls Qualifications: BA/BS Degree in Accounting, Finance or related major; CPA certification preferred or 5+ year’s experience; Experience in accounting and financial management; Excellent Computer Skills; Excellent communication skills both verbal and written; Experience with Consolidating Fiscal Reporting (CFR) and experience working with OPWDD email: Kfireman@chesed247.org

Early Head Start seeks:

Infant/Toddler Home Visitor, looking for a candidate who: - loves children - Self-mo�vated - Yiddish fluency - Early childhood experience - Driver’s license and car - Job is Part �me, flexible hours

Please send resume to tovahs@nscic.org

Maybe it’s as simple as changing your water

Try it FREE and see what happens!

Hamaspik NYSHA Clinic now hiring! Multiple positions available in our Monsey and Monroe locations:

• Male Social Worker (Yiddish speaking preferred) • Physical Therapist • Speech Therapist Please submit resume to administration@nyshainc.org or call 845-655-0600 x602

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Classifieds

// dresses & gowns // lost & found

CONFIDENTIAL SPECIALIST CONSULTING Shalom Bayis - Divorce Guidance Power Washing

Weekly Office Cleaning

Rubbish Removal

Post Construction Cleaning

cleaning from black to blue...

845.327.6997 Fully Insured

Chasuna, Bar Mitzvah, and all occasions! Please call: 845.548.3771 RENT/SALE GOWNS: Mechteniste, sister of bride & maternity 845659-8753. We will also take your gowns on consignment and rent/sell it for you. GOWN Beautiful pink & white gown sz 14-16 for girl/teen. Also ladies black & gold gown sz 4. 845-425-2336 BRIDAL GOWN Beautiful bridal gown size 4 for sale. Excellent condition like new. Please call 845-2139227

CUSTOM HALBERSTAM Black/white mid-length dress size 8-10 for rent. For more info call 845.425.0924

LOST Black quilted ladies jacket in La familia minivan or possibly at Nyack Beach Friday 5/31. 426-1612 Bundle of money about 3 weeks ago Route 59 area 709-3743 red briefcase last sunday. Also coral baby band. 352 8456 Diamond ring on shavuos 8454252954 Diamond pin on shavuos 347-786-1801

GOWN FOR SALE Beautiful, designer, sister of bride pink gown for sale. Call/txt 845-213-7488

Set of keys with red string 845-356-3294

EHRENFELDS GOWNS childrens gowns in Monsey stunning selection sizes 2-14 PLEASE CALL:845-263-5080

diamond stud/pearl pin Park Ln/Howard Dr area. 8452137790

ONE OF A KIND Magnificent cream dress size 0-2 for sale/rent. Please call 845.200.4326

2 skirts, black and grey in a black Robe Gallery bag. Size 6. 426-7379

jewelry box with gold necklace and ring on Friday May 17 on Monsey bus from Wmsbg. Please call 845-3712301 AirPods in Evergreen Supermarket area or Parking lot. Pls call 1845-499-9923

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Heimisha Support Airmont, NY $250/ 40-minute session Call 845-213-2025 leave message

pink baby blanket and pink striped sweater in the west central or herrick area. 3711765 In Lafamilia taxi bag with clothing in Hosiery Island bag on Monday 6/24 845-4258495 Canon Camera 8453521328

FOUND FOUND FRUIT FLIES? Call ‫ יואל בראך‬at Skilled Pest Control. 845-393-1475

Girls baby shoe on Jill Lane. Pls call 425-9097 kids gold butterfly earring before Pesach in Shoppers

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‫חומש סעודה בתלמוד תורה באבוב מאנסי‬

‫האדמו"ר מניקלשבורג מוצש"ק בגאלדערס גרין לאנדאן‬

‫וואלונטירן פון וועד העירוב ביים אויפבויען און פארריכטן איבער ‪ 350‬פיס פון צוימען עש"ק פרשת בהעלותך‬

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‫"כתרי אלף בית" ווען ביי תלמוד תורה ישועות משה וויזניץ מאנסי‬

‫מסיבה לטובת כולל אהל יוסף פאפא במאנסי בבית ר' דוד בן ר' יחיאל אבערלאנדער‬

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‫חתונה של החתן בן הגה"צ ר' אהרן מענדיל טווערסקי בנו בכורו של האדמו"ר מסקווירא וחתן הרה"ק‬ ‫מוויזניץ זצ"ל עב"ג הכלה בת הגה"צ ר' אלישע סעקולא ר"מ בישיבת קארלין סטאלין‬


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‫אסיפת רבנים בוויליאמסבורג בענין מוהלות‬

‫האדמו"ר מזוטשקא ארה"ק המתאכסן בבית הרבני הנגיד ר' פנחס שלעזינגער במאנסי בביקור אצל אדמורי"ם ורבנים שליט"א‬

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‫שבע ברכות שערך גאב"ד סאטמאר מאנסי בביתו לרגל נישואי נכד הרבני הנגיד ר' בערל ווייס מ'לאס אנדזשעלעס‬


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‫שבע ברכות של נכד האדמו''ר מפשעווארסק במאנסי | בילדער אבי ס‪.‬‬

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‫שמחת החתונה של נכד האדמו''ר מפשעווארסק במאנסי‬

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‫שמחות השבע ברכות בבית צאנז זוועהיל ‪ -‬טשערקאס‬

‫הילולת הרה"ק בעל מנחת אלעזר ממונקאטש זי"ע בהיכל ישיבת יודעי בינה מונקאטש‬ ‫ראש הישיבה שליט"א מוסר שיעור לתלמידי הישיבה במשנתו של בעל ההילולא‬

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‫מאן • בן שישים • מו"ץ‬ ‫צוה בחור • כולל יונגערמאן‬ ‫• עמעזאן פארקויפער • יש‬ ‫• ראש ישיבה • דעליווערי‬ ‫תלמוד חכם • בר מ‬ ‫צוה בחור • כולל יונגערמאן‬ ‫מש‬ ‫מש‬ ‫•‬ ‫הל‬ ‫הק‬ ‫מ‬ ‫אש‬ ‫בר‬ ‫ר‬ ‫שפילער • תלמוד חכם •‬ ‫סעילסמאן • שיינע איד •‬ ‫הל • משמש • ראש ישיבה‬ ‫נס אגענט • פאנדרעיזער •‬ ‫למד •‬ ‫אן • שיינע איד • ראש הק‬ ‫רע‬ ‫שו‬ ‫סמ‬ ‫חתן • בעל הבית • אינ‬ ‫עיט אגענט • מלמד • סעיל‬ ‫צוה בחור • כולל יונגערמא‬ ‫• מוהל •‬ ‫סופר סת"ם • ריעל עסט‬ ‫ער • תלמוד חכם • בר מ‬ ‫מקוה איד • מענעדזשער •‬ ‫נט • פאנדרעיזער • שפיל‬ ‫אן • שיינע איד • ראש הק‬ ‫ט אייגנטומער •‬ ‫על הבית • אינשורענס אגע‬ ‫גענט • מלמד • סעילסמ‬ ‫נגער • מוהל • חתן • ב‬ ‫פר סת"ם • ריעל עסטעיט א‬ ‫עזאן פארקויפער • ישיבה בח‬ ‫ץ • גראסערי מאן • זי‬ ‫איד • מענעדזשער • סו‬ ‫חור • כולל יונגערמאן • עמ‬ ‫קוה‬ ‫מ‬ ‫•‬ ‫ער‬ ‫ב‬ ‫ומ‬ ‫צוה‬ ‫נט‬ ‫מ‬ ‫ייג‬ ‫ראפיק דיזיינער • געשעפט א‬ ‫פילער • תלמוד חכם • בר‬ ‫משמש • ראש ישיבה • דעלי‬ ‫גענט • פאנדרעיזער • ש‬ ‫• ג‬ ‫ש י ךשיינע איד • ראש הקהל •‬ ‫א‬ ‫נס‬ ‫מל ומדא •ל ספעילו ןסמאן •‬ ‫שיש בעל הבית • אינשורע‬ ‫• פאנדרעיזער • שפילער‬ ‫ו‬ ‫ס‬ ‫י‬ ‫ו‬ ‫א‬ ‫•‬ ‫ע‬ ‫כ‬ ‫נט‬ ‫בן‬ ‫י‬ ‫סת"ם • ריהעלע ערסטלעיט אגע‬ ‫מאן •‬ ‫הבית • אינשורענס אגענט‬ ‫איד • מענעדזשער • סופר‬ ‫ער • מוהל • חתן • בעל‬ ‫"ם • ריעל עסטעיט אגענט‬ ‫קוה‬ ‫נג‬ ‫מער • מ‬ ‫מו"ץ • גראסערי מאן • זי‬ ‫• מענעדזשער • סופר סת‬ ‫• מוהל • חתן • ים •‬ ‫פט אייגנטומער • מקוה איד‬ ‫ית • אינשורענס אגענט •‬ ‫ער‬ ‫נג‬ ‫גראפיק דיזיינער • געשע‬ ‫רי מאן • זי‬ ‫• מוהל • חתן • בעל הב‬ ‫פארקויפער • ישיבה בחור •‬ ‫• גראסערי מאן • זינגער‬ ‫מענעדזשער • סופר סת"ם‬ ‫אן‬ ‫עז‬ ‫עמ‬ ‫ל יונגערמאן •‬ ‫מאן • בן שישים • מו"ץ‬ ‫אייגנטומער • מקוה איד •‬ ‫• ראש ישיבה • דעליווערי‬ ‫גראפיק דיזיינער • געשעפט‬ ‫ער • שפילער • תלמוד ח‬ ‫מש‬ ‫ראש הקהל • מש‬ ‫פארקויפער • ישיבה בחור •‬ ‫שורענס אגענט • פאנדרעיז‬ ‫• כולל יונגערמאן • עמעזאן‬ ‫• בן שיש בעל הבית • אינ‬ ‫על עסטעיט אגענט • מלמד‬ ‫בר מצוה בחור‬ ‫ראש ישיבה • דעליווערי מאן‬ ‫זשער • סופר סת"ם • רי‬ ‫• ראש הקהל • משמש •‬ ‫ער • מקוה איד • מענעד‬ ‫גראסערי מאן • זינגער •‬ ‫לסמאן • שיינע איד‬ ‫דיזיינער • געשעפט אייגנטומ‬ ‫• חתן • ים • מו"ץ •‬ ‫• ישיבה בחור • גראפיק‬ ‫ערי מאן • זינגער • מוהל‬ ‫פיק דיזיינער • געשעפט איי‬ ‫• עמעזאן פארקויפער‬ ‫בן שישים • מו"ץ • גראס‬ ‫ויפער • ישיבה בחור • גרא‬ ‫•‬ ‫אן‬ ‫מ‬ ‫רק‬ ‫ערי‬ ‫פא‬ ‫ליוו‬ ‫אן‬ ‫משמש • ראש ישיבה • דע‬ ‫• כולל יונגערמאן • עמעז‬ ‫אן • בן שישים • מו"ץ •‬ ‫תלמוד חכם • בר מצוה בחור‬ ‫ל •‬ ‫ראש ישיבה • דעליווערי מ‬ ‫•‬ ‫•‬ ‫מש‬ ‫• פאנדרעיזער • שפילער‬ ‫איד • ראש הקהל • מש‬ ‫ויפער • ישיבה בחור • גר‬ ‫מלמד • סעילסמאן • שיינע‬ ‫אגענט‬ ‫יונגערמאן • עמעזאן פארק‬ ‫• בר מצוה בחור • כולל‬ ‫•‬ ‫נט‬ ‫גע‬ ‫ראש ישיבה • דעליווערי מא‬ ‫א‬ ‫עיט‬ ‫סט‬ ‫• סופר סת"ם • ריעל ע‬ ‫• שפילער • תלמוד חכם‬ ‫• ראש הקהל • משמש •‬ ‫רענס אגענט • פאנדרעיזער‬ ‫• סעילסמאן • שיינע איד‬ ‫דיזיינער • געשעפט אייגנט‬ ‫תן • בעל הבית • אינשו‬ ‫על עסטעיט אגענט • מלמד‬ ‫• ישיבה בחור • גראפיק‬ ‫זשער • סופר סת"ם • רי‬ ‫גערמאן • עמעזאן פארקויפער‬ ‫בן שישים • מו"ץ • גראס‬ ‫מקוה איד • מענעד‬ ‫בר מצוה בחור • כולל יונ‬ ‫אש ישיבה • דעליווערי מאן •‬ ‫•‬ ‫כם‬ ‫ח‬ ‫מוד‬ ‫תל‬ ‫ר‬ ‫• ראש הקהל • משמש •‬ ‫פאנדרעיזער • שפילער •‬ ‫חכם • בר מצוה בחור • כ‬ ‫גענט •‬ ‫• סעילסמאן • שיינע איד‬ ‫עיזער • שפילער • תלמוד‬ ‫מד‬ ‫דר‬ ‫מל‬ ‫אינשורענס אגענט • פאנ‬ ‫•‬ ‫נט‬ ‫מד • סעילסמאן • שיינע א‬ ‫גע‬ ‫א‬ ‫עיט‬ ‫פר סת"ם • ריעל עסט‬ ‫הל • חתן • בעל הבית •‬ ‫ריעל עסטעיט אגענט • מל‬ ‫אסערי מאן • זינגער • מו‬ ‫ענעדזשער • סופר סת"ם •‬ ‫ער • שפילער • תלמוד חכ‬ ‫ים • מו"ץ • גר‬ ‫ייגנטומער • מקוה איד • מ‬ ‫שורענס אגענט • פאנדרעיז‬ ‫ראפיק דיזיינער • געשעפט א‬ ‫• חתן • בעל הבית • אינ‬ ‫עסטעיט אגענט • מלמד •‬ ‫ישיבה בחור • ג‬ ‫ערי מאן • זינגער • מוהל‬ ‫ער • סופר סת"ם • ריעל‬ ‫אס‬ ‫גר‬ ‫•‬ ‫זש‬ ‫"ץ‬ ‫עד‬ ‫מו‬ ‫ענ‬ ‫בר מצוה בחור • כולל יונג‬ ‫ייגנטומער • מקוה איד • מ‬ ‫דעליווערי מאן • בן שישים •‬ ‫שפילער • תלמוד חכם •‬ ‫ראפיק דיזיינער • געשעפט א‬ ‫•‬ ‫•‬ ‫ג‬ ‫ער‬ ‫פארקויפער • ישיבה בחור •‬ ‫שורענס אגענט • פאנדרעיז‬ ‫סעילסמאן • שיינע איד •‬ ‫אינ‬ ‫אן‬ ‫עמעז‬ ‫מאן • בן שיש בעל הבית •‬ ‫עסטעיט אגענט • מלמד •‬ ‫• ראש ישיבה • דעליווערי‬ ‫ער • סופר סת"ם • ריעל‬ ‫הל • חתן • בעל הבית •‬ ‫מש‬ ‫זש‬ ‫ל • מש‬ ‫ער • מקוה איד • מענעד‬ ‫אסערי מאן • זינגער • מו‬ ‫דיזיינער • געשעפט אייגנטומ‬ ‫חתן • ים • מו"ץ • גר‬ ‫ער • מקוה איד • מענעד‬ ‫פיק‬ ‫רא‬ ‫בחור • ג‬ ‫מאן • זינגער • מוהל •‬ ‫דיזיינער • געשעפט אייגנטומ‬ ‫שישים • מו"ץ • גראסערי‬ ‫• ישיבה בחור • גראפיק‬ ‫ערי מאן • זינגער • מוהל‬ ‫בן‬ ‫דעליווערי מאן •‬ ‫גערמאן • עמעזאן פארקויפער‬ ‫בן שישים • מו"ץ • גראס‬ ‫בר מצוה בחור • כולל יונ‬ ‫אש ישיבה • דעליווערי מאן •‬ ‫דיזיינער • געשעפט אייגנטומ‬ ‫•‬ ‫לער • תלמוד חכם‬ ‫ראש הקהל • משמש • ר‬ ‫• ישיבה בחור • גראפיק‬ ‫סעילסמאן • שיינע איד •‬ ‫גערמאן • עמעזאן פארקויפער‬ ‫• בן שיש בעל הבית • א‬ ‫ענט • מלמד •‬ ‫בר מצוה בחור • כולל יונ‬ ‫ראש ישיבה • דעליווערי מאן‬ ‫שפילער • תלמוד חכם •‬ ‫• ראש הקהל • משמש •‬ ‫נטומער • מקוה איד • מענ‬ ‫נט • פאנדרעיזער •‬ ‫• סעילסמאן • שיינע איד‬ ‫פיק דיזיינער • געשעפט אייג‬ ‫על עסטעיט אגענט • מלמד‬ ‫ויפער • ישיבה בחור • גרא‬ ‫ערי מאן • זינגער • מוהל‬ ‫• סופר סת"ם • רי‬ ‫יונגערמאן • עמעזאן פארק‬ ‫בן שישים • מו"ץ • גראס‬ ‫לל‬ ‫כו‬ ‫•‬ ‫•‬ ‫חור‬ ‫אן‬ ‫ב‬ ‫מ‬ ‫צוה‬ ‫יונגערמאן • עמעזאן פארק‬ ‫• ראש ישיבה • דעליווערי‬ ‫ער • תלמוד חכם • בר מ‬ ‫• בר מצוה בחור • כולל‬ ‫איד • ראש הקהל • משמש‬ ‫פיל‬ ‫כם‬ ‫ח‬ ‫נע‬ ‫מוד‬ ‫מלמד • סעילסמאן • שיי‬ ‫דרעיזער • שפילער • תל‬ ‫• ראש הקהל • משמש •‬ ‫•‬ ‫אנ‬ ‫• אינשורענס אגענט • פ‬ ‫גענט‬ ‫• סעילסמאן • שיינע איד‬ ‫מוהל • חתן • בעל הבית‬ ‫על עסטעיט אגענט • מלמד‬ ‫כם • בר מצוה בחור • כול‬ ‫•‬ ‫רי‬ ‫ער‬ ‫• זינג‬ ‫ענעדזשער • סופר סת"ם •‬ ‫ער • שפילער • תלמוד ח‬ ‫ייגנטומער • מקוה איד • מ‬ ‫שורענס אגענט • פאנדרעיז‬ ‫• סעילסמאן • שיינע איד‬ ‫א‬ ‫אינ‬ ‫• געשעפט‬ ‫הל • חתן • בעל הבית •‬ ‫על עסטעיט אגענט • מלמד‬ ‫אסערי מאן • זינגער • מו‬ ‫זשער • סופר סת"ם • רי‬ ‫גערמאן • עמעזאן פארקויפער‬ ‫גר‬ ‫ים • מו"ץ •‬ ‫ער • מקוה איד • מענעד‬ ‫בר מצוה בחור • כולל יונ‬ ‫דיזיינער • געשעפט אייגנטומ‬ ‫שפילער • תלמוד חכם •‬ ‫הקהל • משמש • ראש יש‬ ‫פיק‬ ‫שיבה בחור • גרא‬ ‫• פאנדרעיזער •‪Mo nr oe‬‬ ‫סמאן • שיינע איד • ראש‬ ‫הבית • אינשורענס אגענט‬ ‫עיט אגענט • מלמד • סעיל‬ ‫רענס אגענט • פאנדרעיזער‬ ‫על‬ ‫ב‬ ‫יש‬ ‫דעליווערי מאן • בן ש‬ ‫• סופר סת"ם • ריעל ע‬ ‫‪t‬סט‪ 59 fores‬חתן • בעל הבית • אינשו‬ ‫• מקוה איד • מענעדזשער‬ ‫‪r‬‬ ‫‪d‬‬ ‫מאן • זינגער • מוהל •‬ ‫• סופר סת"ם • ריעל עס‬ ‫עפט אייגנטומער‬ ‫• ים • מו"ץ • גראסערי‬ ‫• מקוה איד • מענעדזשער‬ ‫• זינגער • מוהל • חתן‬ ‫יינער‪Mo•ns ey‬געשעפט אייגנטומער‬ ‫• בעל הבית • אינשורענס‬ ‫• גראסערי מאן‬ ‫ישיבה בחור • גראפיק דיז‬ ‫• זינגער • מוהל • חתן‬ ‫•‬ ‫ער‬ ‫אן‬ ‫ויפ‬ ‫מ‬ ‫רק‬ ‫ערי‬ ‫פא‬ ‫אס‬ ‫קוה איד • מענעדזשער • ס‬ ‫• כולל יונגערמאן • עמעזאן‬ ‫‪ 5‬גר‬ ‫‪•9‬‬ ‫‪5‬שים‪r•t‬מו"ץ‬ ‫בה • דעליווערי מאן • ‪9‬בן שי‬ ‫געשעפט אייגנטומער • מ‬ ‫חור‬ ‫שי‬ ‫י‬ ‫אש‬ ‫•‬ ‫ר‬ ‫ער‬ ‫•‬ ‫שיבה בחור • גראפיק דיזיינ‬ ‫מש‬ ‫• פאנדרעיזער • שפילער‬ ‫מש‬ ‫•‬ ‫הל‬ ‫שיינע איד • ראש הק‬ ‫• עמעזאן פארקויפער • י‬ ‫הבית • אינשורענס אגענט‬ ‫צוה בחור • כולל יונגערמאן‬ ‫דעליווערי מאן • בן שיש בעל‬ ‫"ם • ריעל עסטעיט אגענט‬ ‫מוד חכם • בר מ‬ ‫שיבה •‬ ‫‪84‬‬ ‫• מענעדזשער • סופר סת‬ ‫סמאן • שיינע איד • ראש הקהל • משמש • ראש י ‪.S7 H4 O6 E3‬פט‪6‬א‪4‬ייג‪.8‬נט‪5‬ומער • מקוה איד‬ ‫מו"ץ • גראסערי מאן •‬ ‫גראפיק דיזיינער • געשע‬ ‫מד 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