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(Re: Ten Recommended Family Friendly Hikes, Issue 212) I would like to thank The Monsey View for last week’s list of ten recommended trails in the area. I hiked the “West Mountain” trail you featured, and it was a really beautiful hike that I enjoyed immensely. I would like to clarify one thing. In the recommended route, the instructions are to take the white-blazed Appalachian Trail until the red-blazed Fawn Trail. I wanted anyone who will attempt this hike to be aware that the fawn trail is marked with a white blaze with a red F on it. I included a picture, so future hikers can have this clarity. Hiked the Harriman Too
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(Re: Ten Recommended Family Friendly Hikes, Issue 212) In light of the recent search and rescue of lost hikers, conducted by Chaverim of Rockland County, we’d like to clarify that when a route’s length is referred to as a “round trip” in the hiking guide featured last week, it means from beginning to end, with a U-turn in middle, with hikers returning the same way they came. “Full loop” signifies continuing on the trail, which may branch out onto other paths. Specifically regarding the Nordkop Mountain Hike from Route 59 in Suffern, it is important to note that to return from the second outlook point, hikers must return via the same route they came. Chaverim cautions that proceeding on the yellow trail is a hike of several hours and is
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Though an article featured one family’s adventures, it was meant to reflect nothing more than their personal experiences, and we greatly regret that it reflected a lack of hiking safety. Here are a few safety tips: PROPER PACKING: Never leave for a hike without a proper knapsack equipped with enough water, charged cell phones, navigation devices, flashlights, emergency shelter, a first-aid kit and some ready-toeat, non-perishable nutrition options. PROPER PLANNING: Before leaving the 136 / THE MONSEY VIEW
only for experienced hikers who are well prepared. It is more than 6 miles to any other trail exit. Additionally, the hike consists almost entirely of a steep incline. The Monsey View
SAFETY MEASURES ARE IN ORDER (Re: On the Beaten Track, and hiking in general, Issue 212) I’m a Monsey native and a hiking enthusiast. Harriman State Park is my backyard, and I consider myself a trail expert in this arena. I hike countless miles weekly. I had a bad feeling after reading your coverage on trails. While I understand that you had no bad intentions, some of the messages of this article go against basic safety precautions that a hiker should be aware of. I want to highlight three pointers in particular that bothered me. 1. A disregard of proper footwear. 2. A message that a proper backpack is not necessary. 3. That it’s okay to go off the trail. Even I, a veteran hiker, will never veer off any trail, no matter the reason. There are many things that should’ve been communicated to prevent the need for search and rescues, including the importance of maps, a compass, free apps like AllTrails, phones, lights, chargers, contact people, etc. I think a follow-up article is critical to continue spreading the beauty of the great outdoors in a safe way. A Monsey Native THE MONSEY VIEW RESPONDS: In light of the feedback regarding the hiking topics addressed in last week’s issue, we would like to ensure that all hikers understand the safety measures they need to take before hitting the trails. As published last week, it is of utmost importance to never set out on a hike without a trail map of the area and knowledge of the exact route you’ll be following.
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trailhead, acquire a map, consult with the park ranger, study it well and know your route. Always check the weather before heading out.
PROPER FOOTGEAR: Remember to change into proper
footwear, appropriate for the terrain, prior to setting out. HIKERS SHOULD NEVER HIKE ALONE, and always share their plans with someone outside of the hiking group before heading out. STAY ON TRACK. Read and follow all markers and do not veer off the trail. ALWAYS CHECK FOR TICKS after a hike.
The Monsey View has featured extensive coverage on trail safety and etiquette in issues 155 through 161. Feel free to access them on our website, or pick up back issues in our office. Here’s to safe and wholesome hiking excursions! The Monsey View
OUR D.C. GETAWAY (Re: Excursions: The Nation’s Capital, Issue 210) Last week we were considering different destinations for our summer getaway, and were not sure where we should go... Washington, D.C., came up as a good option, but, frankly, I wasn’t really in the mood for all that extensive research. On Wednesday I came home after a long day to see The Monsey View on my kitchen table with an entire D.C. itinerary, including food, minyan and lodging information. My entire vacation was planned out… All that remained to be done was book the hotel and pack the suitcases! And here we are! I send you this thank you from my hotel in Washington, D.C. Thanks for featuring the information just when we needed it. F. Wasserman
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LET’S LISTEN TO THE MESSAGE “So many tragedies happen every summer.” “It’s terrible. It’s not normal.” “So traumatic. So, so sad. Hashem yeracheim.” “Besuros tovos.”
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These conversations are taking place everywhere in our communities. Déjà vu? We had these conversations last summer and the summer before and the summer before that… I wake up the morning after a levayah in my neighborhood, a heaviness pressing on my chest. As I drive carpool, the children buckled in, listening to music, tears leak from the corners of my eyes and my heart twists in pain. I listen to a crisis intervention conference call providing guidance on how to deal with tragedy and trauma. But something within me isn’t satisfied. It writhes inside me until the thought bursts out. I want to know what the message is. Because there is a message; a screaming, wailing, hitting-us-on-the-head, slamming-usin-the-heart message. When tragedy strikes, we say: It’s not our job to conjecture, to say, “Oh, it happened because of this or because of that.” We can’t understand Hashem’s ways, and we can’t point fingers. But what if our Father is trying to send a message to us, summer after summer after summer; an agonizing, wrenching message, because we can’t hear it any other way? When there is a series of repeated events that has literally become a pattern, when the word summer means, along with anticipation of fun and recreation, a feeling of dread of impending tragedies, no one can deny that Someone is telling us something. I think it’s clear that more than a message to targeted individuals, this is a message to our nation as a whole, or at least to our frum communities. Nobody wants to say, “Maybe Hashem is sending these tragedies because of this particular thing,” because it feels wrong to “play prophet.” But perhaps maybe it’s wrong not to try to decipher the message, and maybe it’s okay to try to fix something in our communities that we know needs fixing… especially something
that bears strong connections to this time of year and to tragedy. Perhaps it’s time for our communities to reevaluate our attitude toward our Father’s tragedy and our nation’s tragedy. Maybe it’s time for us to reevaluate the way we mourn (or don’t mourn) the destruction of our Beis Hamikdash. Maybe it’s time for our camps and day camps to reevaluate their approach and itineraries for the Three Weeks and the Nine Days. Could it be that this mourning period — the Three Weeks, the Nine Days and Tisha B’Av — has come to be perceived as an obstacle in our pursuit of an ideal summer experience — an obstacle to be overcome or gotten around somehow — through distractions, through fun activities that are permissible (or that can be made permissible)? Could it be that Tisha B’Av has, chas v’shalom, become almost a happy day because it means that the enforced restrictions are almost over and tomorrow we can turn on blasting music, dance for joy, and set out on our much anticipated overnight trip? After all, the summer isn’t that long, and the “Three Weeks” take a nice chunk out of it and definitely mar the carefree and adventurous atmosphere we seek. My dear brothers and sisters: Clearly we cannot be carefree at a time when our Father is in mourning and when our nation should be in mourning. Please, as a nation, let us try to more seriously understand the destruction and the loss of something so great and so deep, so we can mourn it properly. Yes, we can, and should, still have happy, rejuvenating summer experiences, but let us not allow these to overflow into days when the Heavens are weeping. Yes, we can, and should, still keep our children productively occupied during the Nine Days, but in a subdued manner. Just as we wouldn’t have children throw a party in a shivah house, it’s okay for them to sense the sadness in the atmosphere during this time. Of course, it’s possible that this connection is unfounded. But these facts are true: We are mourning the shocking tragedies in our communities, and we are not properly mourning the Beis Hamikdash. Even if the two are not related, the latter is still a problem that needs to be corrected, and as a nation, we can only gain from working on this. S.S.
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Should I be Concerned? Mothers’ worries addressed by Hamaspik’s OPWDD Evaluator Dr. Gampel
My Concern: It hurts me to speak about my four-year-old this way, but he comes across as a bit “weird.” He will say random comments — out of the blue — when someone is talking to him. He has a funny way of staring at things and doesn’t get any social cues whatsoever. Many people have told me that I’m making a big deal out of nothing, but I don’t think so. I have three other children, and they weren’t this way. Should I be concerned?
Concern or No Concern? As a concerned parent, you are bothered by your son’s “weird” behavior. From your letter it seems that there are two major areas of concern. The first is his non-response to questions. The second is his his staring and his lack of perception of social cues. When does this behavior occur? Is it all the time or only in specific situations? Perhaps he is feeling alone or the house is too hectic. He may withdraw in order to cope. You mentioned that he is the fourth and youngest child. It’s possible that he feels stressed by his inability to do things that the other children can. If that is the case, then giving him responsibilities and praise for doing the tasks will help with the social actions. How does he play with other children? Does he get along with them? Does he give these types of responses to them or only to adults? The more specific the area where he engages in responses that concern you, the less likely there is a skilll problem. Instead, it is related to the situation where he makes those responses When we look at a child’s responses to conversation, we generally ask a few questions. The first is: Did he understand the question? Was he responding to one of the words and not the whole context? Was he involved in imaginative play and therefore gave a response related to his play and not the question? Youngest children, especially in a busy household, may become very involved in imaginative play and therefore may give tangential responses. As the child gets into school and is surrounded by other children, the problem should disappear. When we analyze a problem, the questions we must always ask are: When does it occur? Are there better or more difficult periods? Is there a skill lacking that is impacting the response? As you answer these questions, you will know whether the issue is situational and behavioral and can be handled by giving responsibility to the child so he has more opportunities to feel confident — or whether there are skill issues that need remediation.
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After trying his hand at many business ventures, Shimon finally hit it big. Everyone talked about what a bracha it was that he was becoming so wealthy. The more Shimon’s bank account grew, the more his gaavah grew. As he grew busier with his business, he stopped learning with his evening chavrusa, then his lunch chavrusa, and ultimately, he stopped learning altogether. Shimon faithfully came to shul to daven three times a day, but while his body was there, his mind was in the numbers. He no longer felt the urgency to daven for success — after all, with his intelligence and hard work, he had made it all on his own. Now the question is, was Shimon’s success really a bracha? Reuven grew up in the lap of luxury, and his easy life continued into marriage, as his parents generously supported his growing family. Reuven learned full-time and schepped nachas as his family grew. Everyone spoke about how terrible it was when Reuven’s parents lost everything they had and suddenly were no longer able to support Reuven at all. In the blink of an eye, Reuven had no income and did not know where to find it. Wait, I surely do know, Reuven realized. Reuven took out his Tehillim and, with all his heart, recited, “Shir lama’alos esa einai el heharim, mei’ayin yavo ezri? Ezri mei’im Hashem… — A song of ascents; I lift my eyes to the mountains; from where will come my help? My help is from Hashem…” Reuven began davening like he had never davened
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before, realizing just how completely he depended on Hashem for literally everything. Reuven’s emunah was strengthened and his avodas Hashem was completely transformed for the better. Was it really a “curse” that Reuven lost his financial support? This week’s parsha begins, “Re’eh Anochi nosein lifneichem hayom bracha u’klalah — See, I have set before you today a blessing and a curse” (Devarim 11:26). The Ohev Yisroel explains that everything could either be a bracha or the opposite, chalilah. Becoming wealthy could be a bracha, but if wealth takes a person away from Hashem, then it is a klalah. It says in Devarim (8:14) that a wealthy person’s heart could become haughty and cause him to forget Hashem. In that case, wealth is a klalah, rachmana litzlan. Likewise, it says in Koheles (5:12) that wealth could be bad for a person. On the other hand, while poverty could be a curse, if poverty brings a person to realize his dependence on Hashem and ultimately brings him closer to Hashem, then it is a bracha. About such a person, the Apter Rav writes, “He waits for Hashem to save him and he sees how everything Hashem sends him is with maaseh nissim, and he is connected to Hashem and he blesses Hashem for the good that He does.” So how do we know whether or not a situation in which we find ourselves is a bracha? The Ohev Yisroel notes that there is a siman by which we can determine
whether a given circumstance is a bracha or not, chas v’shalom. The parsha continues, “The blessing, if you will heed the commandments of Hashem… and the curse, if you will not heed the commandments of Hashem…” If the situation does not take a person away from Hashem and does not turn his mind from Hashem, then it is certainly a bracha. However, if a situation pulls a person back from serving Hashem, then he should daven that Hashem enable him to serve Him without any hindrances. The Ohev Yisroel explains that this is what the pasuk says: “See, I am giving you today bracha and klalah.” Every single thing could be either bracha or klalah. It all depends on how we are affected by it. You know it is a bracha if you continue to listen to Hashem, as it says, “The blessing, if you will heed the commandments of Hashem.” Then the pasuk continues, “And it is a klalah if you do not listen.” It is worth noting that, according to the Apter Rav, what defines a situation as “bracha” is not that it makes our physical lives easier or less painful, and what defines a situation as “klalah” is not that it causes us pain or sorrow. Rather, whether or not a situation is called bracha or klalah is determined by how it affects our service of Hashem. The Ohev Yisroel ends with a bracha: “Hashem should help us be zoche to serve Him with a joyful heart and a clear mind through shefa tovah and all good, kein yehi ratzon, amen.” So may it be for us.
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When Chavie’s baby fell out of her highchair again, she stopped believing in miracles. Oh, not miracles exactly — but she stopped believing that one can live with hazards at home and rely on another miracle to survive them. “I’m not a businesswoman,” claims Chavie, manufacturer of the revolutionary Proctik products. “I am a mother.” A mother who cares for her children and is concerned for their safety. Chavie is blessed with a brood of active children who survived many near-misses as babies when they got up from their high chairs or tried climbing out. Mealtime was stress time: Sit the baby down, sit her down again, catch the baby dangling from the side of the chair, get that baby jumping on the high chair tray — now! Of course, she tried using a harness, but they were of no use, as her flexible kids easily squirmed their way out. Seven years ago, she’d had enough with living on the edge (of the chair). Naturally creative, she sought to come up with a solution. She had an idea, and got to work. Painstakingly, she sewed an absorbent vest — that would simultaneously serve as a
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Bayla Stockhammer walked into Peretz’s empty room and opened the ironing board. How many shirts was she supposed to iron for him ahead of time? She’d be happy to iron all twelve of his new shirts, but in recent years, ironing had become increasingly difficult for her. She couldn’t do it sitting down, and when she stood to iron, it didn’t take long for her legs to begin protesting. If she could have spread the ironing over a few days, that would be one thing. But the wedding was in less than a week, and she had so many errands to do, and the aufruf would be taking place this Shabbos… Maybe she would just give everything to a professional ironing lady. She didn’t even plug in the iron. Instead, she went to find the most recent advertising circular that had arrived by mail. If she wasn’t mistaken, there was an ad every week for just this type of thing. The circular was waiting on the mail table in the hallway, and just as she found the ad and was about to make the call, the phone rang. “Hello, is this Mrs. Stockhammer?” “Yes, it is,” she replied, sinking into her favorite old armchair.
“This is Attorney Rosenblit. Your receipts have arrived, but we cannot file them because Peretz did not sign them.” “What?” “I called a day after our meeting to let you know that my client is requesting the signature of the chasan and kallah on each of the receipts.” “Ah, yes, now I remember,” she murmured. “I didn’t really like that directive, which is probably why I didn’t remember it.” “Could be.” He was very courteous, but remained firm. “I’m sending them back to you with a courier so Peretz can sign them immediately, and the courier will bring them back to me. All right?” “Fine… Oh, but one minute. Peretz is only coming home the day after tomorrow, on Friday. He’s in yeshivah now.” “So be in touch with me when he comes home, and we’ll set up a time for him to sign everything.” “Yes, okay.” Bayla almost slammed the phone down. He was really irritating, this lawyer. Too bad that Nesanel, her sister Mira’s son, wasn’t here now. He had been in the area yesterday to give a price quote to someone who wanted to renovate, and
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had popped in to his aunt and uncle to say hello. He’d asked them how preparations for the wedding were coming along and, in his typical style, had peppered them with endless questions. Avraham had gotten fed up at one point and had gone to sleep, even before the visit was over, but Bayla had stayed up, hosting her young nephew with a seemingly bottomless reserve of patience. But then, when he’d asked her, “And did you try to find out if there really was a couple before the war named Peretz and Tziporah Genendel?” she, too, became exasperated. “Come on, Nesanel! How suspicious do you think we could be already?!” “As suspicious as is necessary. And believe me, Aunt Bayla, there is no such thing as being too suspicious. In my line of work I see it all the time. I work with people, and at first everyone seems serious and reliable — the electricians, the plumbers, the tile guys, all of them — and they all make promises from here to the moon. When I first started out as a contractor, I was young and naïve, and I kept falling for these promises. Eventually I learned not to believe anyone until I worked with them for at least five years.” He poured a third cup of Coke for himself. “Nu, and after five years?” “You don’t have to be as anxious. Not that it means that you won’t get swindled then, either, of course…” “Fine, so we didn’t have time to wait — certainly not five years! — and we’re just davening that this is all legit and honest.” She had already risen; the clock indicated that it was 12:15, but Nesanel hadn’t had a relationship with time since a very early age. Nothing new there. Finally he had left, but she’d spent the rest of the night tossing and turning with new fears about how they’d get swindled. By the time morning came, she’d made up her mind to go to Beit Hatfutsot and research by computer to see whether there had indeed been a couple named Peretz and Tziporah Genendel Korman. But Avraham had rejected the idea out of hand. “We’ve used the money already,” he said. “We’ve already bought the apartment. We’re too far into the process, Bayla. We can’t turn the clock back. And I’m not sure that I would have listened to Nesanel’s advice, even if he would have suggested it earlier.” “Why not?” “Because we inquired enough, in normal, acceptable ways. We don’t have to be oiber chachamim and go looking for problems where there probably aren’t any.” She had agreed with him, and as time went on and the dark night with its bad dreams faded into a distant memory, she realized how impractical and unwise her idea of searching for the deceased Korman couple was. Deep down she knew that too
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“Oh?” Bayla was surprised. “So know that I pushed the seamstress much money was at stake here; it was no wonder that Avraham didn’t have why don’t you just buy something, appointment off by an hour. Our eran appetite to go delving deeper, only and then decide later if you should rands took longer than I expected, dress him up in it and bring him, or and I saw we wouldn’t be finished in to discover that the story wasn’t true. time.” Elisheva changed her shoes for This phone call just now actually not?” “I… we can’t just do that,” Miri re- her old, comfortable slippers. seemed to affirm the story, but she couldn’t stand that lawyer’s conceit- plied, polite and refined as ever. “My Tzippy, who had left for a moment, ed tone. Too bad that Nesanel wasn’t father says we have to be very careful returned to the room holding a cup of here to answer him. They wanted with this money. If it’s designated for juice. “Ima, do you want a drink?” Peretz’s signature on every receipt! the wedding only, then we can’t buy “Yes, thanks.” Elisheva made a braWhat did they think? That she’d gone things that we’re not sure we’re actu- cha and sipped from the cup as she to buy herself a new oven? That she’d ally going to use at the wedding.” leaned against the wall. “We forgot to “Very true. Your father is abso- take water with us,” she said when the paid for nice chair covers for the wedding so that she could use them in her lutely right. And Tzippy signs every cup was empty. She breathed in deepown dining room? That she would eat receipt?” ly. “And all I had in my wallet was Ko“Could be,” Miri said. “I haven’t rman’s money. I forgot to take some of all of the catered portions herself? Maybe it wasn’t a good idea to give seen the receipts. Wait, what do you my own small change.” the shirts to someone else to iron. The mean, if she signs every receipt?” “He’s not paying for that? A cold “Well, the chasan and kallah need to drink for yourself while you run ladies who did it probably wouldn’t be able to give her a receipt. On around, and maybe even somethe other hand, now that she thing to eat?” Miri hoped she didn’t have to pay for any of the didn’t sound cynical. Her mothThey wanted Peretz’s signawedding expenses, maybe she er, in any case, took the question could pay for the ironing from very seriously. ture on every receipt! What her own pocket. That would be “We only spoke about wedgood, because at this rate, the did they think? That she’d gone ding expenses, nothing else — lawyer would soon doubt that not even food to keep us going to buy herself a new oven? Peretz was their son, since they on the run.” hadn’t, as of yet, paid a penny “I see,” Miri said as she kept for any of his wedding expensrocking Shmuely’s carriage. es. It would be better for her to pay sign the receipts for all purchases.” He’d fallen asleep even before the me“Interesting.” So Tzippy was sup- chuteniste had called. “I think I might for something out of her own pocket; she would also tell Peretz about it, so posed to sign the receipt for her own just leave now. Good luck with the he shouldn’t think that his parents wedding gown? And without that, rest of your day.” they wouldn’t fund it? weren’t ready to pay for his needs. “It’s as though they don’t trust us,” Bratislava 5708/1948 She turned to the phone to call the Potolskys to see what Tzippy’s mother Bayla murmured. “But in any case, Rabbi Walkin, the director of the tell your mother and Tzippy that I Jewish orphanage, sat across from had to say about this. But it wasn’t Elisheva Potolsky who called. I just wanted to hear how Theodore Heinke, who was gazing at answered the phone, and it wasn’t they’re doing and how things are him silently with his arms folded. Tzippy either. The one who took the coming along, and to finalize a few “So we are ready, as I said, to send call was Miri, Elisheva’s older daugh- details about the aufruf.” volunteers to help search for the two “Sure, I’ll tell them,” Miri said po- children who disappeared from your ter. “My mother and Tzippy are out on errands,” she said pleasantly. “I came litely. She hung up at the same mo- place.” He tried to summarize everyover to go along with my mother and ment that her mother and sister en- thing he had said in the previous five sisters for our last gown fittings, but tered the room, weighed down with minutes. “We got the impression durso far I’m still waiting for them to get shopping bags. ing your visit to us that the children “Oh, Miri!” Elisheva exclaimed who are missing are Jewish. And back…” “How nice! It’s really generous that as she eased the bags onto the floor. because Jewish children are, unforthey are also paying for the whole “How are you? How’s Shmuely?” tunately, not so common these days, “Baruch Hashem.” She vigorously each one of them is very important to family’s wedding clothing, isn’t it? You probably bought something cute rocked the carriage she had borrowed us.” from her sister-in-law. She wondered for your little one, too.” “And then what?” Finally, the ap“No, because I’m not yet sure that if the philanthropist from Austra- parent statue had found something to I’m bringing him to the wedding.” lia would want to continue support- say. “Let’s say you do find them. Then She was sitting in her parents’ empty ing the couple named for his parents what would be?” bedroom, having shut the door on the even after they had their own chil“Well, we’d want them to join our chaos that Riki and Devoiry were try- dren. She imagined he would. orphanage — for a large sum of mon“I didn’t have a chance to let you ey to your institution, of course.” ing to get a handle on.
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School’s starting, and that means the summer’s almost over (when did it begin?) and that yom tov is around the corner. While you may prefer your food fresh, it’s always nice to know there are some ready side dishes in the freezer for “just in case.” These roll-up recipes freeze well and require minimal reheating, and can be rolled right out when needed.
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INGREDIENTS Oil, for sauteing 2 large carrots ⅓ knob celery 1 large onion 6 medium or 4 large potatoes, peeled 8 eggs 4 cups flour (I replaced 1 cup with white whole wheat)
These rolls are a lot easier and faster to make than dropping endless little pieces of dough into boiling water. The vegetable filling adds visual interest as well as taste to an ordinarily bland food.
DIRECTIONS 1. Grate carrots, celery and onion, and saute in oil for 20 minutes to a half hour. Set aside. 2. Cook and mash potatoes, then add eggs, flour, salt and white pepper. Mix well. 3. Spread potato mixture onto two large sheets of parchment paper. Cover with sautéed vegetables. Roll up each sheet, jelly roll–style, and wrap with parchment paper, twisting ends tightly. 4. Fill roaster pan halfway with hot water. Place both rolls in pan and bake at 350° for about 1½ hours. Allow to cool, then discard water. Pour oil, crumbs, salt and spices into roaster pan. Toast in oven for about 20 minutes. 5. Place the rolls over the crumbs and turn to coat. Slice.
1½ tsp. salt ¼ tsp. white pepper ½ cup oil Bread crumbs or crushed matzah Salt, pepper and onion powder, to taste
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Note: This makes a large batch. After slicing, return rolls to roaster pan. Create a space between every few slices and freeze. Once frozen, wrap well. You can now defrost as many — or as few — slices, as needed per meal, since it’s been frozen into small sections. Keep tightly wrapped when warming up to prevent rolls from drying out. To reheat on yom tov: Put shlishkes into aluminum pan and cover tightly. Place into larger pan filled with some hot water. Cover and heat on hot plate or blech.
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QUICK-MIX DOUGH I used this dough recipe to create the following two dishes. This dough is extremely versatile, and I use it for many different things, from savory knishes to sweet cinnamon rolls. It gets mixed with just a fork and is soft enough to be patted flat without a rolling pin. The recipe can be multiplied as many times as needed.
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2 tsp. vinegar
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DIRECTIONS 1. Sift dry ingredients into a mixing bowl. 2. Beat egg, oil and vinegar with a fork. Pour into bowl along with hot water. Mix with a fork to combine. Dough will be soft and slightly sticky. If it feels too sticky, add 1 to 2 tablespoons flour. Note: If you multiply this recipe 3 times, use only 2 eggs (and not 3) because the dough may be too sticky.
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Onion-Mushroom Rolls These are great for those meals where you want to serve a side dish that’s lighter than the standard greasy knish. They don’t require an oven to be rewarmed — another big plus on yom tov.
QUICK-MIX DOUGH Recipe on previous page
ONION-MUSHROOM FILLING 2–3 T. oil 2 large onions, diced 1 red pepper, diced 1 large can mushrooms, drained and diced ½ tsp. salt ⅛ tsp. white pepper
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DIRECTIONS 1. Saute onions and peppers in oil until soft. Add mushrooms, salt and pepper. Cook for a few more minutes. 2. Prepare the Quick-Mix Dough. On a parchment paper– lined cookie sheet, pat dough into a large rectangle. Cut dough in half lengthwise. 3. Spread half of vegetables down center of each dough. Fold over both sides of dough, pinching to seal. Flip rolls over, seam side down. 4. With a sharp knife, cut each roll into 10 slices, cutting through top layer of dough only. 5. Bake at 400° until lightly browned, about 20 to 30 minutes.
Apple Cinnamon Rolls Individual apple turnovers take time and patience — and an oven to warm them up in. These shortcut rolls are done in no time, freeze well, and can even be served without reheating. This can be served as dessert, too! Serve warm with apple and honey ice cream (from Yorgood) for a great flavor combo.
QUICK-MIX DOUGH Recipe on previous page
APPLE FILLING 3 large Cortland apples, coarsely grated ⅓ cup sugar 2 T. flour 2 tsp. cinnamon
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1. Preheat oven to 450°. 2. Prepare the Quick-Mix Dough. On a parchment paper–lined cookie sheet, pat dough into a large rectangle. 3. Combine filling ingredients and spread over dough. 4. Starting with the long end, roll up jelly roll–style. Cut into 20 slices and lay flat onto cookie sheet. 5. Bake 20-25 minutes until lightly browned. Optional: Combine ½ cup confectioners’ sugar with a few drops of water until thick consistency is reached. Drizzle over rolls with a fork.
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Come autumn and that unmistakable nip in the air, and apples is a large part of the seasonal theme. It speaks of school, is the most recognized Rosh Hashanah siman, and is also the fruit that reaches its prime at the cusp of fall. About a century ago, in the 1920s, a New Hampshire farmer had a brainstorm — to bring tourists from Boston to his orchard, where he’d allow them to pick their own apples in the fresh air and sunshine. With orchards abounding across the fruited plain of the U.S., his idea immediately took off, and farmers across the country started doing the same. From there, farming fun picked up, bringing hayrides, corn mazes, ready-to-eat foods, vegetable and fruit picking, and other fun farm activities. These days, as the number of farms dwindle across the United States, these activities enable the upkeep of old family farms by making their land that bit more lucrative in an era where developers are more than eager to snatch up the stretching acres for a profitable sum. Here’s a list of apple-picking orchards, some with additional fall fun options, to visit this autumn. It’s always a good idea to call ahead of time to verify cost (or ask about them; some will only divulge prices to interested customers) and hours — and to hear what’s available for picking on a given day. Happy picking!
Most apple picking starts in time for September.
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THE ORCHARDS OF CONCKLIN 2 S. Mountain Road, Pomona, NY 10970 845-354-0369 12 minutes Sundays: 11:00 a.m.–4:30 p.m. $2 pole rental (and $5 deposit); minimum per person over the age of 3: $11 for a half-peck bag
DR. DAVIES FARM 306 Route 304, Congers, NY 10920 845-268-7020 20 minutes 10:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m.
DEMAREST FARMS 244 Wierimus Road, Hillsdale, NJ 07642 201-666-0472 21 minutes 9:00 a.m.–4:30 p.m. $7 per person over age 2, which includes parking, hay ride, petting zoos, playground and more activities; $12 per approximate 10-pound bag of apples
APPLE RIDGE ORCHARDS
45 Ball Road, Warwick, NY 10990
101 Jessup Road, Warwick, NY 10990
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$29.95 per bag of apples
$29 for a half a bushel of apples
APPLE DAVE’S ORCHARDS 82 Four Corners Road, Warwick, NY 10990 845-986-1684 45 minutes 9:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.
LAWRENCE ORCHARDS AND FARMS 306 Frozen Ridge Road, Newburgh NY, 12550 845-562-4268 49 minutes 9:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m. $5 admission per person ($2 credit toward fruit picking), plus picking containers
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$1 per bag; once it’s filled, they charge $15 for filled peck bag and $30 for filled half-bushel bag
OCHS ORCHARD 4 Ochs Lane, Warwick, NY 10990 845-986-1591 47 minutes 9:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m. (they might be closed on Mondays or Tuesdays; call before going)
PENNINGS ORCHARD 169 Route 94, Warwick, NY 10990 845-986-7080 49 minutes 9:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m. Cash only
SUN HIGH ORCHARDS 19 Canfield Avenue, Randolph, NJ 07869 973-584-4734 53 minutes 9:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m. Pay per pound
STUART’S FRUIT FARM 62 Granite Springs Road, Granite Springs, NY 10527 914-245-2784 51 minutes
HARVEST MOON FARM AND ORCHARD 130 Hardscrabble Road, North Salem, NY 10560 914-485-1210 54 minutes 9:00 a.m.–4:30 p.m. $30 per bag (holds approximately 25 pounds), admits 5 into orchard; $5 for each additional person
From September 6: 10:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.
WEED ORCHARDS 43 Mt Zion Road, Marlboro, NY 12542 845-236-2684 56 minutes 10:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m. $1.79 per pound or $32 for 25-pound bag
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FISHKILL FARMS 9 Fishkill Farm Road, Hopewell Junction, NY 12533 845-897-4377 57 minutes 9:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m. $5 admission per person, plus picking
RIPPLE HILL FARM 181 Mountain Road, Basking Ridge, NJ 07920 908-647-1300 59 minutes Sundays: 12:00–4:00 p.m.
RIAMEDE FARM 122 Oakdale Road, Chester, NJ 07930 908-879-5353 1 hour 2 minutes 9:00 a.m.–4:30 p.m.
ALSTEDE FARMS 1 Alstede Farms Lane, Chester, NJ 07930 908-879-7189 1 hour 5 minutes 9:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.
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APPLE PICKING AND STORAGE TIPS • Most modern apple orchards have dwarf trees that are very close to the ground — even a three-year-old can pick an impressive yield. • Apples ripen from the outside of the tree toward the center, so the apples on the outside of the tree will ripen first. • Texture, not color, is the most accurate indicator of an apple’s ripeness. Select crisp, firm, bruise-free fruit. • If possible, ask the farmer which variety is ripe. He will know because it is calculated from the number of days since the trees flowered. • Picking apples directly from a tree is easy. Roll the apple upward off the branch and give a little twist; don’t pull straight away from the tree. Don’t shake the trees or branches. • As you pick, try to leave the stem on the apples; they will stay fresh longer this way. • Apples ripen a lot faster at room temperature than when they are refrigerated. • Don’t wash apples until just before using to prevent spoilage. • You know the saying “One bad apple spoils the whole bunch”? It’s true. A bad apple gives off ethylene, which will spoil the apples around it. So remove bruised fruits and eat them first. Potatoes also release ethylene, so never store apples and potatoes in close proximity to each other.
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It’s not for nothing that the apple is the official fruit of New York. As the secondlargest apple-producing state in the country — Washington State ranks first — New York is home to almost 700 commercial apple growers. While crab apples are native to the U.S., apples for eating first came to the Americas with the Pilgrims in the 17th century, and the first apple tree was planted by early settlers in present-day Boston in 1625. With apples being some 390 years old in this country, it is quite fascinating that there is an apple orchard that has been continuously farmed by eleven generations of one family for the past 307 years — and it’s right nearby. Nestled in the hills of Pomona, at the corner of Routes 45 and 202, lies the Orchards of Concklin, the oldest family-owned business in New York — and probably even the oldest family fruit farm in all of the United States. The Concklin family, “the members of which for more than 150 years spelled the name Concklin regardless of how others wrote it,” as the American Genealogist wrote some 100 years ago,
first set down their roots on American soil in the 1630s, hailing from Nottington, England. But they did not seem to stay rooted for long, as over the greater part of the next century, members of the family traveled from the Pilgrim community in Massachusetts to Rhode Island, and then across the water to Long Island, and then eventually back over the Long Island Sound to Eastchester in Westchester County. In 1711, when the Hudson was still a barrier to the area opposite Westchester yonder the river, Nicholas Concklin took a sailboat across the Hudson from Westchester to Haverstraw. He docked his boat in the river and started to trek inland in
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na and the surrounding areas became populated. In 1945, the Orchards of Concklin was officially established, and customers were welcomed to come enjoy each season’s offerings. And it’s been going strong since, one of the remaining handful of farms in Rockland County. In 2012, a tricentennial took place on the farm, celebrating 300 years of family farming and the preservation of this natural gemstone in an area where commercialization and development has uprooted so much of the pastoral charm it once boasted. As the sweet autumn scent of ripening fruit wafts through the air, the side of the road leading to the farm accommodates a lineup of parked cars, as visitors from all over the area come to gather the fruits that grow on soil rich with history.
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search of a suitable place for his homestead. On the 400acre tract he purchased (Lot No. 1 of the north moiety of the Kakiat Patent), he settled down to farm the land. The first Concklin apple trees were planted in 1712. Concklin also named the area’s post office Pomona, after a Latin word for fruit, for the abundance of orchards in the area. The farm remained in the Concklin family ever since — eleven generations have thus far tilled its soil. Tenaciously upkeeping the growth as the Revolutionary battles brushed past the area, as the Civil War raged through the country, as the USA was struggling with the destitution of the Great Depression (they did lose a large mountainous tract during this era, originally purchased so they could make a profit from the sale of its wood), the fruits kept growing and the dairy production kept moving. Over the years, however, much of the original 400 acres under Concklin ownership was lost to other pursuits, as every generation would sell a portion of the estate when the money was needed. In the area of the original farm, parks were established, shopping malls constructed and, of course, suburban housing was developed as Pomo-
THE KAKIAT PATENT Land patents are tracts of land typically granted to one or more persons by sovereignty. In Colonial times they were granted by the British Crown to proprietors, joint owners who’d survey and subdivide the properties and then convey the individual allotments. Natural treasures (like gold and silver mines) in all Colonial patents were reserved for the king. The Kakiat Patent was part of a vast tract of over 35,000 acres granted in 1696 by the Province of New York, in
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the name of the king of England, to two enterprising individuals by the names of Daniel Honan and Michael Hawdon. These two fellows then subdivided it into a north and south moiety with a number of lots in each. Lot No. 1 was where the Concklins settled. Called “Kackyacteweke” by the Indians, the term was soon shortened and simplified to “Kakiat,” by which it was thereafter known and perpetuated.
The Kakiat Patent encompassed a large part of Rockland County, including Monsey, Spring Valley, Pomona, Pearl River and some land in present-day Bergen County — but incidentally, not Kakiat Park, the area which was under the Harris Patent. In fact, when the Erie Railroad first passed through Monsey, the original marker hanging on the platform read “Kakiat,” before it was changed to “Monsey.”
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How’s it by you? Backpacks filled since the first day of vacation with sharpened pencils and labeled crayons? A mad scramble on day before orientation to find the school supplies list? Or how about a quiet morning, coffee mug in hand, spent reminiscing about those long-gone hectic days of signing homework and rushing to buses? Armed with a list of four questions, a phone book, and a laptop with which to transcribe the answers I’d receive, I set out to complete my assignment: reaching out to random residents of the greater Monsey area to get a glimpse of how backto-school happens in their homes. I flip my phone book open and point a finger at a random spot on the page. My first phone call is to Mrs. I., who apparently isn’t home to take the call. My finger dives straight back into the phone book, and I dial again. Mrs. Greenwald from Spring Valley seems a bit taken aback by the call, yet patiently listens to my question: “Is there anything special
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that you do for your kids in honor of the first day of school?” She responds that she makes sure that her daughters look especially put-together on the first day, with their hair neat and a headband in place. Good luck, Greenwald girls! R.R., another resident of Spring Valley, shares that she prepares both a special breakfast and snack for the first day of school, though she did not yet plan what it would be this year. She also lovingly writes notes with messages such as, “Thinking of you...” or “Hatzlacha on your day!” which she secretly slips into her children’s snack bags. What an inspiration! I then reach Mrs. T. from Monsey and ask her, “What does your bus schedule look like in the morning? Do you wait outside with your kids or not?” Mrs. T. responds that since she no longer has babies or toddlers in the house, her mornings are calm and not as hectic as they’d been in the past. At this point in life, her older children are out early in the morning, and she no longer regularly waits out with her two younger boys and elementary school– aged daughter for buses, but she’ll do so on the first day of school. I would venture to guess that the T. girls are great students, since Mrs. T. shares that they love playing Boggle in The Monsey View, have been runner-up several times — and have even been the grand winner. Next I introduce myself to Mrs. Rosenberg from Spring Valley, who admits that, no, she does not do anything special in honor of the first day of school. And since she has such a common name and won’t be identified, she allows me to share that info with all you readers. Wow! Out of the first five callers, I have received four responses. I want to break into a victory dance, but restrain myself — I’m not even nearly done yet. Then, in succession, Mrs. H. declines to answer a question, since she does not have school-age children, as does Mrs. B., whom I try next. Then I reach Mrs. R., and based on her youthful voice, it is not surprising to learn that her children do not yet attend school. It’s a good thing I didn’t break into a jig earlier. It would have been a dance celebrated prematurely. Then I chat with Mrs. S. from Chestnut Ridge, who no longer has school-age children in the house. Furthermore, her school years go back over 40 years in the past, so she has trouble retrieving a memorable incident from those days when I prompt her for one. She does share, however, that a major difference between her school days and today’s education system is that there were no computers then — or anything technological that is currently part of the standard curriculum. I reach another S. family, whose school-age daughter answers the phone and passes it on to her mother, who seems skeptical and asks to be skipped. After my assurance that her full name won’t be
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printed, M.R. gladly replies to my query of, “Do you have a designated time for homework in your house? How much of your help is required?” She responds that there is no designated time for homework, and that her children are fairly independent and her help is rarely necessary. After ending the call, I soon regret not having asked for any tips on how to achieve that. Doing homework is not my favorite way to parent. I make a couple of unsuccesssful calls before finally reaching Mrs. K. from Spring Valley, who shares with me a bit about her morning bus schedule. Her girls and boys leave in two shifts each, four buses in total. She waits outside with her preschoolers and sends her elementary-age children out with their older siblings. Mrs. S. from Monsey, who no longer has young children in the house, seems to still have a pretty hectic life, and she declines sharing a school memory since she is too busy. I ask Malki from Monsey if she does anything special in honor of the first day of school. Malki answers that she sends off her children with a prayer on her lips that they should have a successful year and good teachers. This year she is a bit more apprehensive about sending off her daughter, since it is the first time that she won’t be attending orientation with her beforehand, and will have to wait until the end of the school day to hear who will be teaching her! Here’s to wishes of a fantastic school year with wonderful educators! After speaking to Malki, it seems my luck has run out for the moment. I reach a fax machine, a child
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whose mother isn’t home, and an answering machine, in that order. I’m therefore excited to hear an adult answer the next phone call. Mrs. S. from Spring Valley actually heads out to school on her own, since she is one of the devoted teachers who educate our children. I ask her if she does anything special for the first day of school. She responds that she’s still quite busy with summer, so she has no solid plans yet. However, she will be sending one kindergarten daughter off to school, and the first day is a very exciting event. She plans to dress her daughter in a new outfit for the occasion. Growing up, her mother took “first day of school” pictures of the children when they were all ready to board the bus, and she is following this family tradition. Smile to the camera! I reach Mrs. D. from Wesley Hills, who seems amused that she was randomly chosen to answer a question for the paper that she so adores. I ask her about her morning schedule, and Mrs. D. admits to not being a morning person, and that catching buses is therefore a challenge for her. Her two children leave on the same bus at 7:55, and end up riding it to school only 40 percent of the
time. And the rest of the time, when they miss it? Mrs. D. says she’s grateful that they have a car… When I question Mrs. Werczberger from Monsey about homework in her house, she answers that in theory, there is a designated time for homework: as soon as the kids come off the bus. However, it ends up dragging on as an all-day affair until it’s time to head to bed. Her children need lots of help with their homework; they are still young and can’t do it on their own. H.T. from Monsey answers my question about her morning schedule by sharing that she has four children, all of whom attend the same mosed. However, they will be leaving on four different buses to four different buildings this year. She waits outside with her preschool children, and the older ones wait out with a group of neighbors. H.T. also shares that she lives on the third floor, and that this past year, by the time she waved off three kids onto three buses within a half hour, she felt that she’d done her workout for the day! Next I reach Mrs. K. from Monsey, who tells me that her children are all married, but she’d gladly share her experiences of the past. When Mrs. K. popped fresh popcorn for her children to take along to school, she would always send an extra bag for the devoted bus drivers. How thoughtful! I’m not surprised that my next interviewee, R.K., also lives in main Monsey since, oddly, the answers seem to be coming in clusters…. Three people with no school-age children in the house, two people who don’t answer, and then five people who seem eager to answer,
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one after the other. R.K. does not remind her kids to do homework since she believes that children need to learn to shoulder responsibility. She will fully support them and help with whatever necessary, but never take over the burden. R.K. feels that children of the previous century needed to rise to the call of the rooster and attend to the needs of the cows and chickens, which empowered them to grow up to be responsible adults. Since our generation looks so different, this is the least she can do to ensure her children grow up to be independent, mature adults. C.R. from New Square shares her morning bus routine: Of her three children whom she sends out in the morning, two leave on the same bus. The two buses arrive ten minutes apart, and she has everyone ready be-
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fore the first one. Mornings are rush hour in her home, where every second counts until the final exit out the front door. Canâ€™t we all relate? It takes me four no-response phone calls until I finally reach Mrs. Klein from Monsey. She says that no, she does not have school-age children in the house. I ask her how homework was done in her household when her children were growing up, and although she doesnâ€™t remember specifics, she says that she does not remember homework ever being stressful, despite having had a house full of youngsters. A sweet thought that she shared was that after the children get married, you forget the hardships, and only hang on to memories of the good times. Thatâ€™s one thought I want to be reminded of on a daily basis.
Mrs. F. from Monsey, whom I call next, takes the time off her busy schedule to tell me about her morning buses. Currently, she waits out with her five-year-old. Her lower-elementary daughter rides the same bus as her high school daughter, saving her the need to wait out with her as well. Her teenage son leaves before she wakes up, and her two preteen sons wait for their bus on their own. Although it’s a pretty relaxing schedule right now, Mrs. F. reminisces about her bus schedule a decade ago, when she lived at a different address. Since her front door faced one street, and her address was on a different street, she needed to wait at her legal address at two different times for her two children using East Ramapo transportation. It was a five-minute trek from her door, and if the bus ran a little late, she would miss her next bus, which stopped at her front door. I reach C.R. from Airmont, who shares her take on homework. She does not set a designated time for homework, and her girls’ school greatly encourages the children to do their homework independently from second grade and on. Therefore, she is not much involved in the process. Before wrapping up my mini interviews, I call one final phone number. Shaindy from Spring Valley finds it hysterically funny that she was called about a school-related question. “I’m a great-grandmother,” she declares in good humor. I listen, spellbound, as she relates snippets of her school days. Shaindy attended Torah Academy of Minnesota led by Rabbi Eisemann. The school was very different, she says, than the schools she imagines the readers of The Monsey View attend today; 85 percent of the students, herself included, were not frum. Her most memorable teacher was Rabbi Larry Borenstein, z”l. He would bring the studies down to level and make each subject relevant to the students and their interests. Oh, how he taught! Rabbi Borenstein would build a sukkah on school grounds, and the students would come and shake his lulav and esrog there. He made his students really want Hashem in their lives. Shaindy would count sefirah for the sake of being able to tell Rabbi Borenstein, “Ich hub getzeilt sefirah.” Just a few minutes after our phone call comes the sad news that the wife of Rabbi Eisemann, Mrs. Naomi Eisemann, a”h, has passed on. Mrs. Eisemann was the kindergarten teacher at the Torah Academy. She gave the kids so much and instilled in them a deep love for Yiddishkeit. Shaindy shares that she still sings the heartfelt songs that she was so lovingly taught by Mrs. Eisemann at the age of four and a half. Shaindy shares her amazing memories l’ilui nishmas these special individuals who so devotedly planted the seeds of Yiddishkeit in the young ones in Minnesota: Rabbi Eisemann ()מאיר אהרן בן חיים, z”l, Rabbi Larry Borenstein ()יהודה לאומי בן חיים שלום שמחה, z”l, and Mrs. Naomi Eisemann ()נחמה טשארנא בת משה, a”h. Wishing you all a wonderful school year!
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Apple Varieties Apples are the second most popular fruit in the county, immediately following bananas. And the proof is in the pudding — or applesauce! Apple trees are grown in all 50 states, and cultivated for commercial sale in 36 of them.
Nowadays, the number of apple varieties grown is estimated at a whopping 7,500, with 2,500 varieties grown in the U.S. Red Delicious apples seem to be most favored; this variety is the most commonly grown in the country.
Apples are known for their many health benefits, some of which are improved memory, mental alertness and general electrical stimulation of the brain. They also provide dietary fiber, flavonoids and antioxidants, the last of which is mostly contained in the peel.
You’ve probably seen apples floating in water. This is possible because 25 percent of an apple is actually air...
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There are many, many, many apple varieties grown today. Here is but a tiny sampling of the more interesting names bestowed upon apples: Ambrosia
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Apple Trees Apple trees can be grown farther north than many other fruit trees, because they bloom late in the season. This means the chances of frost damage are much lower, even in cooler climates.
Apple tree seedlings will produce their first fruit approximately five to eight years after being planted, though dwarf trees will produce fruit two to four years after being planted. Dwarf trees are favored by apple growers, both for their faster maturity and for their more practical size.
When apple trees are ready to produce their fruit, flower blossoms appear on their branches. The buds start out pink, and slowly fade to white.
Biologists say that to produce one single apple, the tree continuously uses energy from 50 leaves.
Interestingly, apple trees are part of the rose plant family. The rose family also includes the trees and plants bearing peaches, plums, apricots, pears, cherries, raspberries, strawberries and almonds.
Apple trees can be expected to live for about 100 years, or even longer if not damaged by harsh weather or animals coming by for a snack.
European immigrants were the first to introduce apples to the country. The seeds accompanied them across the ocean, and once on firm ground once again, they were planted and carefully cultivated. Colonists relied very much on this fruit, in both their raw and dried states. They also enjoyed their apple cider, a popular drink at the time, made even more necessary since drinking water wasn’t always safe.
While we all know we live in the Big Apple, the source for this ubiquitous nickname is not clear. As per the findings of etymologist Barry Popik, most theories of how this name came to be are false, but Popik did manage to locate the earliest mention of the term in a book printed in 1909. As author Edward S. Martin writes, “Kansas is apt to see in New York a greedy city... It inclines to think that the big apple gets a disproportionate share of the national sap.” Not so complimentary, then…
“Every particle attracts every other particle in the universe with a force…” Or so Newton said when he discovered gravity. Legend says that the English physicist came to this conclusion after witnessing an apple fall from its tree and deciding that there must be some force that prodded the apple to no longer remain at rest.
Some people love Granny Smith apples, and some prefer sweeter varieties, but what most people don’t know is that there really was a Granny Smith. She was an Australian grandma by the name Maria Ann Smith, and she was the first to cultivate this variety of apple.
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אּפן רּוּב ְירט צּו ַכ ְ אדע ְּפ ִ אס ֶ ַאמ ָּב ַ עטער ִאין ִדי ְ ַאר ֶּב ֶ יטןֶ .דער ְ אטע זָ אגְ ט ַפאר ֵלייּב ַאז ֶער וֶ ועט ִאים ִה ְ יערִ :ליאֹו'ס ַט ֶ קּור ְצן פּון ְפ ִר ֶ ִאין ְ אר ֶדערס. עק ְ עדיגְ ן ִדי ֶר ָ ֶדער וָ ואס טּוט ֶׁש ִ
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ערל ַּביים ייפ ְ עסן ַמיין ַפ ֶ ארגֶ ְ עער! ִאיְך ָהאּב ַפ ְ אֹויפזֶ ֶ ְ ֶהער עלעְך. לּומ ֶ יידן ְּב ֶ נּומען ְׁשנַ ְ אר ֶ ָארט! ִאיְך ִּבין גֶ עוֶ וען ַפ ְ ְפ ִר ֶיע ְר ִדיגְ ן ְ
אֹויפן ְ אציר?! צּו זִ ינְ גְ ן אֹויפן ְׁש ַּפ ִ ְ ער ֶלעְך ייפ ְ עמט ֶמען ִמיט ִדי ַפ ֶ ארוָ ואס נֶ ְ ַפ ְ עלאזְ ט טּוהן ַאזַ א זַ אְך... יׁשט גֶ ָ ואלט ֶמען אּונְ ז נִ ְ רּוס ַלאנְ ד וָ ְ וֶ ועג? ִאין ְ
עסן ַדיין ארגֶ ְ אסט ַפ ְ ָה ְ ערל? ַאן ֱא ֶמ ֶת'ער ְׁש ִּפ ֶילער ייפ ְ ַפ ֶ ערל.. ייפ ְ יׁשט זַ יין ַפ ֶ עסט נִ ְ ארגֶ ְ ַפ ְ
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Gifting your kallah with a choson album? Make it come alive for her with the addition of clips of your precious son! Call 845-445-5463 PORTRAITS Beautiful and detailed portrait drawings by talented and experienced artist. Awesome gift idea!!! Call or text: 845.596.6648 email: email@example.com PROFESSIONAL PEARL RESTRINGING Free Pickup & Delivery 845352-5013 AMAZON BOOKKEEPING Selling on Amazon? We provide custom bookkeeping, integrating Amazon Settlement Reports into Quickbooks so you see instantly all fees for each SKU, plus much more. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for free quote! TUTOR AVAILABLE for your elementary school child for Limudei Kodesh and Limudei Chol. Please Call: 845-352-1016 LEBEDIG BALLS 12 balls to rent. CALL lebedig balls: 845-213-5720
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MECHITZAS FOR RENT 8 beautiful 6 1/2›H x 4›W wooden painted panels on wheels. Picked up & delivered. Pls call Avi at Events by Dublyew 845-5584027 KALLAH SHOES RENTAL The white crocs kallah shoes are now available @ 845-4260767
הפרשת חלהOPPORTUNITY Custom Challah Dough, Always freshly made. Perfect texture. Call, text or WhatsApp Rivky any time 845-538-9332 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 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 845-2740489 presented0489@ gmail.com
HAPPINESS Giving up on it? Get it back in record timing with proven techniques. References available. Call Avi Weinberg 845-558-4027. FRUM LADY DRIVER Punctual, friendly, caring, responsible, dependable. Scheduling back to school routes (limited slots). Excellent customer service! Please call/text 917-750-4105 BAR MITZVAH PHOTOGRAPHY Quality and affordable bar mitzvah photography by Moshe Grunfeld call 917858-1054 or email moshe@ moshegrunfeld.com RENT A DOONA Going on vacation? Taking baby home from the hospital? Doona Rentals for as low as $11 a day. Call 845-459-2103 CUSTOM BLINDS AND SHADES for a good price. call/ email: 845-290-5581. Cheskyshades@gmail.com. If no answer leave a message! SHELVING For All Your Custom Shelving And Around The House Handy Work And more. Call347-522-4872 GRAPHICS Freelance Graphic Designer available for ads, logos, business cards, or any of your graphic design needs. Call 1845-499-9923
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PICK UPS 845-461-3084 COTTON CANDY RENTAL cotton candy machine rental. Please call 845-694-7296 LADY DRIVER For all your car service or messenger needs please call 347-831-1732 SALT WATER POOL Beautiful Salt water pool to rent by the hour in chestnut ridge birds area please call 9176428194 or 18454254217 KANGEN WATER Change your Water.. Change your life Alkaline - AntiOxidant - Super Hydrating Call for FREE supply and feel AMAZING! 917-681-0003» BABY NIGHT NURSE Frum newborn baby night nurse available. Many references. 845-232-1130 PETTICOATS FOR RENT! Enhance your gown with just the right petticoat! Kids and adults petticoats for rent! In the Bates area. Call or text: 845 200-4326
FOOD VENDOR NEEDED Yeshiva in Monsey looking for food vendor/caterer to provide prepackaged snacks as per NY State Health Dept. CACFP requirements. For inquiries contact: (845)5871972 POOL FOR RENT Crystal clear, private, heated pool for rent day/night in Chestnut Ridge: camps, groups or families. Please call & leave message 845-371-1188 or text 848-525-5508. GARTLECH we fix knitted & crochet Gartlech & make beautiful professional fringes. We also teach how to knit & crochet. call: 917-414-3281 DEBT RELIEF Having trubble with finances? join Debtors Anonymous Tuesday night @ 19 Robert Pitt # 113, 7:30-8:30pm. visit www. debtorsanonymous.org MATH TURORING Regents/GED/TASC/SAT/ ACT Common Core, Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, Precalculus, Calculus, Physics ALL Grades/Levels. call: 845-445-8003 MATH ANXIETY? I can help! All ages. All levels. Regents, SAT Prep, CLEPS, AP courses. Remediation and Enrichment also available Linda 845.538.5319 COTTON CANDY RENTAL cotton candy machine rental. Please call 845-694-7296
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Remove an Ayin Hara R’ Avraham Lebel 718.977.5459 Price: $50 per name - credit cards accepted - Pls leave a message With the endorsement of Rabbanim of בד”ץ העדה החרדית ירושלים
PRIVATE HEATED POOL
Nice & Clean heated pool for rent in Airmont please call 347-450-5066 BOYS WEDDING CLOTHING Selling Beautiful 3 pieces for boys for weddings. Affordable prices $25-$35. 845-425-8162.
BABYSITTING PLAYGROUP Kennedy Dr. Area, ages 2-3 years. Snacks & hot lunches. Yiddish speaking. Tender loving care, to register call 845-274-7412 M&M PLAYGROUP Slots available in playgroup in Bates/Horton area. Ages 18-24 months. 9:30-2:30 extended hours available. Please call 845-608-6471 KIDDIE GROUP Experienced Playgroup in Park Lane area has few more slots for upcoming year. Extended hours available. 517-0827/263-6162 PLAYGROUP Playgroup in airmont park ave area teacher with many years experience great with kids ages 2 - 3 year old call moroh esty 8454149488 many happy refrences BABYSITTER Experience and warm loving babysitter with years of experience for newborns till 12 months. from 9 till 4. Calvert area. please call 732569-0933
WARM AND EXPERIENCED babysitter available to babysit night hours in your home or at weddings. References available. Please call 845 499 9272 BABYSITTER AVAILABLE on 73 Francis Place. After school hours available. Also taking Sunday drop-ins. Please call 845-352-1016 BABYSITTING I love baby›s so I would do babysitting in my house on Adar ct from 9-4:30 if interested call 8452937369
GEMACHIM BED REST? We do the laudry for you. 213-7437 (also looking for volunteers) BRIS PILLOW GEMACH and benchers with tfilos for bris and pidyon haben: 845213-0602 לעילוי נשמת We can arrange to have the whole ששה סדרי משנהlearned לעילוי נשמתyour loved ones! Call /Text (6392-720 )917 / firstname.lastname@example.org CHUPPAH TEFILLOS tefillos and tehillim booklets for the chupa time 845-2130602. WEDDING HAIR PIECES for children 3473001679 BEAUTIFUL BENCHERS (not Zemiros) 845-642-0910
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Dirty trash bin?
LET US CLEAN IT FOR YOU.
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WEDDING KIT for Machetunim to take along. 845-425-2036
TICHEL GEMACH To receive or donate 845-3717504
BANDS & HATS $10 New ladies bands, all lengths. Also berret hats. 845 290 8319
FORMULA GEMACH chani @ 347-267-3640 or Miriam 216-889-3643
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, 917-382-8809 CHUPAH CARDS Lucite cards. 845.222.0456 SUITCASE GEMACH 845-371-9121 MATERNITY COATS 100% down TEXT ONLY 8455212912 BIKE RACK GEMACH Fits all cars. Holds up to 3 bikes. 845-659-1863. BLUE LIGHT Gemach in monsey, pls call before. 845.425.1919
SHULERT APP Daven at the perfect Minyan with Shulert! https://www. shulert.com SIMCHA HAT $25. many styles/ 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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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
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GPS GEMACH Brand new, updated, with traffic. 845-352-2588 Leave msg. (Minimal fee) 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. ISRAEL GPS No fee. English or Hebrew. Must reserve in advance by email at IsraelGPS@gngroup. com 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 PACK N PLAY We have New Pack n Plays email@example.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 MEZUZOS GEMACH 362.2333 HOSPITAL GOWN for maternity or hospitalization Tzniusdige & Comfortable. 845-425-8687 PIDYON HABEN coins,silver tray, lace box, outfit 845-426-1681 845-6427256 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!
SIDDUR/CHUMASH 558.4774 HEATER GEMACH 845 362 8666 EAR-PLUG GEMACH for ba›alei simcha to protect your guests› hearing. Baby headsets also available. 845202 -0105. WHITE KALLLAH SHOES Proceeds go to tzedakah. Call\Text 845-200-0211 FLORAL BISOMIM for your Simcha - 845-6292785. DVD/VIDEO GEMACH DVDS and portable players for sick and homebound adults and children.425-2660 SHIFRA PUAH DOULA Please call to register in advance. 845-587-1649 COAT RACK Coat racks and hangers for your simcha. 845-356-9841
REFLECTOR GEMACH having guests or having a simcha and need reflectors 347-977-6816
SAFETY BRACELET Free aid to remind you that your baby is in the car! 4251202
HOSPITAL SUPPLIES inc. TPN equipment, feeding pumps, NG tubes, & feeding supplies. donate/receive. 845746-8293.
CARSEATS & BASSINET and pack n play bassinets. 425-1202
WE ACCEPT clothing, shoes and household items in brand new condition. To donate or receive call 347-731-3851. BECHER GEMACH Real bechers from our free-loan gemach. 845-377KOS1(5671) KosYeshuos@ gmail.com GOWN GEMACH South Monsey Ladies gowns and petticoat gemach.call or text after 5pm. 347-278-1278 BRIS GEMACH Located on Blauvelt Rd. 356-6215 poya, outfit, blanket and hat.
CHUPPA CARDS call or text after 5pm. 347278-1278 GOWN GEMACH mother and sister gowns size 0-12, by apt only. 845-4267496 or 845-352-3031.
ODDS & ENDS SEEKING DONATIONS Of toys, arts & crafts, or supplies, in good condition, for a Heimishe Moised. Call 845.500.3100 CAR NEEDED Looking for a Donation of a Car for a Special Needs Yeshiva. If you have one please call 352-3307 ext.119
YINGERLEIT NEEDED Local Mesivta looking for yingerleit to enhance the daily Shacharis minyan. Willing to pay on a monthly basis starting Rosh Chodesh Elul. Call 845-548-0183
DRESSES/GOWNS GOWNS FOR RENT Beautiful gowns for ladies and teens for rent. What’s app or text 347-278-1278 BEAUTIFUL GOWNS for adult and teen sisters of bride. Women size 6-8 in white/black, size 2&4 in white/gold. tel:371-1997 GOLD GOWN Adorable gold gown by Dassy available to buy or rent. Toddler size 4. Call 422-5596 for more info GOWN FOR RENT
beautiful dark colored gown size 2-4 845-5380391
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Classifieds RENT/SALE GOWNS: Mechteniste, sister of bride & maternity 845659-8753. We will also take your gowns on consignment and rent/sell it for you. SALE/RENT Magnificent black velvet aline dress with sequins. Size 10. Worn once. 845-662-3297. ONE OF A KIND Magnificent cream dress size 0-2 for sale/rent. Please call 845.200.4326 MAGNIFICENT GOWN Exquisite gown for rent size 2-4 pls call 845-596-9933 RENT/SALE Black & White Exquisite gown for rent/sale. 845-8262185
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FOR RENT Magnificent white gown with teal beading. Size 2. Pls call/ text 845-746-7248 GOWN FOR RENT Gorgeous black and gold gown for rent size 2-4. Please text/call 201-204-6315 CUSTOM HALBERSTAM Black/white mid-length dress size 8-10 for rent. For more info call 845.425.0924 GOWNS TO SELL Exquisite black/white gown size 0-2. 2 girls black/white gowns size 7-8 and 12-14. call or text 347 504-4033.
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// dresses & gowns // lost & found pink baby blanket and pink striped sweater in the west central or herrick area. 3711765 Pastel boys 2 piece. Light blue pants and shirt possibly in Lafamilia 8453620616 multi strand diamond bracelet in monsey or monticellol 917 903 8126.
FOUND FOUND PHORID FLIES? Call יואל בראךat Skilled Pest Control. 845-393-1475
small baby gold stud earring lafamilia 7/29. 4261612 woman hat in shortcut Dr. Frank 521-4962
two wheeler bike in a la familia taxi.354-1750 USB by post office last week 845 480 8265 Left at my house navy quilted boys size 6-7 jacket Weinberger 426-1612
FREE GIVEAWAYS 2 charcoal grey sz 16 uniform skirts& 2 sz 18 charcoal grey sweaters 347-243-1822 8 sets of brand new Epsom printer color ink T252XL. Not used. Not opened. 845-3049493
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A Babe and Tess children’s sweater was found to be שעטנזat the Boro Park Shatnez Laboratory!!
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תשנ''ט :בנות רחל ווערט גע'אסר'ט דורך בי"ד
ממחרת יום הכפּורים שנת תשנ"ט לפ"ק ,זענען די שרי התורה חברי הביד"צ העדה החרדית זצ"ל ארויסגעקומען מיט א פּסק הלכה ,הגאון רבי ישראל יעקב פישער זצ"ל ראב"ד ,הגה"ק רבי בנימין ראבינאוויטש זצ"ל ,און הגאון רבי מאיר בראנדסדארפער זצ"ל,
אז אזוי ווי דער בית חינוך בנות רחל ווערט געשטיצט פונעם ציוניסטישן רעגירונג ,זענען אלע עלטערן מחויב ארויסצונעמען פון דארט זייערע קינדער.
התיסדות בית חינוך "חכמת לב"
אין יענע טעג פון אנהויב יאר שנת תשנ"ט לפ"ק האט זיך געגרינדט דער נייער מוסד חכמת לב ,וועלכע האט געעפנט די טירן פאר 250מיידלעך וועלכע האבן געפאלגט דעם פּסק בי"ד ,און האבן פארלאזט דעם גע'אסר'טן מוסד בנות רחל. כל ההתחלות קשות ,די ערשטע יארן פונעם מוסד זענען געווען שווערע ביז גאר.
יאר תשנ“ט ⋅ תשע“ט
תשע''ט :אהארציגער אפּיעל :העלפט דעם הייליגן בית חינוך!
דער בית חינוך כהיום הזה פארמאגט קרוב צו 400תלמידות כ"י ,וועלכע קומען פון הייזער מסלתה ומשמנה פון תושבי ירושלים ,און ווערן דא נתחנך אויפן שענסטן אופן. דער מוסד באגלייט פון די ווארימע שטיצע פון שרי התורה חברי הביד"צ שליט"א ,וועלכע האבן מיט א צייט צוריק ארויסגעגעבן א הייסן רוף צום ציבור שלומי אמוני ישראל ,אז מ'זאל זיך ביישטייערן ביד רחבה לעומת זה געפונט זיך דער בית חינוך איצט אין א שווערע פינאנציעלע לאגע ,אין ליכט פון פארשידענע שוועריקייטן וואס דער מוסד איז פאריבער, וואס האט גורם געווען צו פארקלענערן די הכנסות ,אזוי אז די הנהלה מאטערט זיך צו דעקן דעם חודש'ליכן בודזשעט.
אנא אחים וריעים! ביטע העלפט אונז מיט א ברייטע האנט! כדי מיר זאלן קענען איבערקומען די פינאנציעלע שוועריקייטן ,און ווייטער אנגיין מיטן הייליגן מוסד ,און איר הערליכע חינוך על טהרת הקודש ,לשם ולתפארת! קומט צום מסיבה און זייט אונז מחזק מיט גרעסערע סכומים!
ביום ב' אלול הבעל''ט
יובל העשרים בבית העסקן הנמרץ ידידינו הר''ר יואל ברמ''י פריעדמאן הי''ו
הזמנה חשובה! בקריאה של חיבה הנני להזמין בזה את כל ידידיי וקרובי ומכירי הנכבדים שיחיו לבוא ולהשתתף וליקח חבל ונחלה הדחופה מצוה של במסיבה
יובל העשרים תשנ"ט-תשע"ט
תושבי מאנסי ! ו הציל חכמת לב זה עשרים שנה לטובה
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בעיה"ק ירושלים תובב"א העומדת בראשות העסקן הדגול
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הונדערטער תושבי עירינו ביים מסע הלוי' פון האדמו"ר מקאליש זצ"ל אין מאנסי
ברכת מזל טוב מעומק לבבינו נברך ברכת מזלא טבא וגדיא יאה קדם ידידנו הרבני המפואר ,המוכתר בכל תואר ,רודף צדקה וחסד ביד רחבה וברוח נדיבה ,גומל חסדים טובים באהבה ,שמו הטוב הולך לפניו ,אהוב על כל יודעיו ומ־ כיריו ,שבחו הטוב מי ימלל אין גומרין עליו את ההלל ,ה"ה
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Contents Historical Harvest
FREE ISSUE 213 AUGUST 28, 2019
פרשת ראה כ”ז אב תשע”ט
A local orchard has a history as rich as its soil
An Apple for a Teacher Random Monsey families share their school secrets
Gone Picking Handpick your apples in the fresh fall air
Prep for Yom Tov Roll-ups make beautiful side dishes
Apples and Their Trees
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The Practical Way of Life
Week in Review
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Fruits of Their Labor
The Random Roster
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