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YOM TOV ENRICHMENT (Re: Tehillim Contest, Issue 250) Your Shavuos issue was magnificent and enriched our yom tov. The content was intelligent and inspirational. My children, ranging from age seven to thirteen, all participated in the Tehillim contest. It was so gratifying to see them poring over their Tehillims at every opportunity throughout yom tov! My davening, too, was uplifted after reading the beautiful article about the meaning of Tehillim. I clipped the sidebar with the list of kapitlach that are mesugal for specific occasions. I plan to refer to it in the years to come. Thank you, from my entire family. S. Jacobi
GIVING CREDIT WHERE IT’S DUE (Re: The Yard Sign Initiative, Issue 249) Your “Thank you, Hatzoloh” initiative is brilliant! For my family, creating the posters was especially meaningful. Our hearts are overflowing with hakaras hatov for this awesome organization. My elderly grandmother was stricken with the virus and became severely sick. We were extremely fearful of sending her to the hospital unaccompanied. Her situation deteriorated each day, and we were in a terrible bind. Baruch Hashem, Hatzoloh stepped in, and began to care for my grandmother. They set up specialized equipment in her room, which they monitored carefully. Hatzoloh volunteers also dropped in often to check on my grandmother’s condition, and this was no easy feat, considering her
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In these mishnos, we read about Reb Yochanan ben Zakai’s five top talmidim: Reb Eliezer ben Horkenus, Reb Yehoshua ben Chananya, Reb Yoisi Hakohen, Reb Shimon ben Nesanel and Reb Elazar ben Aroch. Reb Yochanan ben Zakai had to give his shiurim in the courtyard of the Beis Hamikdash, because he had so many thousands of talmidim, and no hall was big enough to accommodate them at once. Of those thousands, these five were his most prized talmidim, so one can imagine how exceptional they were. Of these five, Reb Eliezer ben Horkenus was the greatest. Reb Yochanan said that if you were to put all chachmei Yisroel, including the other four, on one side of a scale and Reb Eliezer on the other, Reb Eliezer would tip the scale. The next mishnah continues to share similes of praise, which Reb Yochanan ben Zakai used to convey the extent of the maalos of these five talmidim. When it came to Reb Eliezer, he described him as bor sud sh’eino me’abed tipah (a well that is sealed tightly with cement so not a drop of water can escape it), meaning that the Torah he absorbed never left his photographic mind. Now, a good memory is very nice, but what’s the big deal? It’s something a person is born with. Of all Reb Eliezer’s rare maalos, Reb Yochanan thought this was his biggest chiddush? This is the Reb Eliezer to whose shiurim the entire pa’amalya shel maaleh came down to listen, and his only significant quality was his natural memory? But when we look deeper into Reb Eliezer’s phenomenal life story, we realize what Reb Yochanan is trying to teach us — and what a profound lesson for life this simile of the impenetrable well turns out to be. We don’t have to delve too deep to
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tzaddikim can only achieve after years and years of fasting â€” which alone is a great chizuk for us â€” but the story doesnâ€™t end there. Eliezer trekked to Yerushalayim. He entered the yeshivah of Reb Yochanan ben Zakai, and he sat down and cried. Reb Yochanan asked this new bachur why he was crying, and Reb Eliezer answered, â€œBecause I want to learn Torah.â€? â€œOkay,â€? answered Reb Yochanan ben Zakai, certain before him was another shteiging talmid chacham who had come from afar to join the high caliber of talmidim his yeshivah attracted. â€œTell me some of the masechtas you know by heart.â€? â€œI donâ€™t know any,â€? he answered. â€œSome Mishnayos?â€? Reb Eliezer shook his head. Reb Yochanan ben Zakai was shocked. Was this newcomer a major anav or something? â€œMaybe some pesukim?â€? he prodded further. Still, Reb Eliezer shook his head. â€œSo tell me the Krias Shema.â€? Reb Eliezer could not say Krias Shema on his own. And neither brachos, when Reb
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tant to publish this as fact before verifying it for certain with his chashuve wife, which I did this week in preparation for this article. Rebetzin Falk told me that indeed the story is true. Her late husband did not do well in his childhood years, to the degree that his primary school principal told his father, “You’ll never see nachas from this boy.” The first yeshivah he went to wasn’t a good fit, and it looked like he was just not cut out for learning, so his father encouraged him to come work in his seforim store. But in the back of the determined bachur’s mind, his mother’s words stuck: “Your name is Eliyahu,” she would encourage him. “You can become the Vilna Gaon!” And he asked his father to give him another year. He went to Sunderland Yeshivah, where Rav Shammai Zahn, zt”l, paired him up with an older bachur, Reb Akiva Greenberg. After three months, the bachur met Rav Falk’s father, and he surprised him by saying, “I can see gadlus in this boy.” Indeed, it was there that Rav Falk’s ability first “took off.” “When we were newly married,” shares Rebetzin Falk, “he told me that I probably knew hilchos Shabbos better than he did. After all, I had completed three years of seminary. He told me that he felt the only way he’d pick up halacha thoroughly was by teaching it, as he would have to prepare. When he found out that the halacha maggid shiur in Gateshead Yeshivah Gedolah was moving, he asked if he could take over the small shiur. And that’s when the halacha side of him sprouted.” And the Torah world merited to reap the results of Rav Falk’s humility, sweat and toil, for he grew up to become a world posek in halacha and hashkafah, who was sought-after for his clarity by gedolim from every circle. Yehi zichro baruch. Let us take chizuk from these great tzaddikim whose early years looked bleak and hopeless, but whose extraordinary contributions, borne of hard work and effort, continue to spread light in our world. Tears and determination can change nature. Never give up!
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Recap: Gustav comes down with severe pneumonia after his secret trip to Bnei Brak. As he lies sick in the orphanage infirmary, afraid that this time he might die, he blurts out that someone must tell something to a Yosef Ludmir from Bratislava. Blumi comes to Eretz Yisroel and visits Elisheva in her home. She tells Elisheva that she is very familiar with the U’shemartem organization and that it doesn’t make sense that they would raffle off such a big and beautiful apartment. “Hello? Is this U’shemartem? This is Mrs. Hartstein from London calling again. May I speak to Rabbi Weil? He’s busy again? Honestly, young lady, I’m beginning to think you are being evasive.” Elisheva, who was holding Nati in her right hand, and keeping an eye on Bentzy as he looked for his father among the people dancing on the street, did not understand how Blumi could possibly conduct a conversation with the thundering drums of the band in the background. Indeed, she really did not seem to be able to. “I’ll call again tomorrow. And please let him know that I expect him to make some time to answer my phone call. Perhaps my husband will call instead of me. Have a good day.” She stuck the phone into her designer pocketbook and turned to Elisheva. “If my husband calls, you can be sure that Weil will answer him. Do you see how they’re being evasive when I call?” “Yes,” Elisheva said. “They are being
a bit evasive, for sure.” “A bit? This is not a bit. I’m not used to having to call four times, and even like this, I’m still not getting answered. The first time was when I was at your house last week. The second time was on Friday, the third was on Sunday, and now’s the fourth time. Something here is very strange.” “Yes,” Elisheva agreed. “It is a bit strange.” Where was Devorah? Perhaps she could see if Meir and Itzik were next to Eliyahu. From where she was standing, she could not see into the circles of dancers, and she couldn’t ask her new friend to move along a bit, just like she couldn’t ask her to stop investigating this matter of the U’shemartem raffle. Interestingly enough, as soon as Blumi began digging into the issue, Elisheva realized how much she did not want to discover that these events had been orchestrated by people. Talking about how it was interesting and strange and how perhaps someone had done it all on purpose — yes. But to discover that
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these musings were actually anchored in reality? To realize that someone had decided to take them on as his life’s project and support them in any way possible, some of them more delusional than others? No. Only now did she realize how much she didn’t want it. But she knew the way of the world: Money talks, and things were quite out of her control right now. ***** “Where’s Zeidy?” It was after the dancing, during the seudah that was being held in the apartment right near the shul, and Elisheva was uneasy. Her father had been a bit weak since the morning, perhaps due to all of the excitement. He’d been fine on the trip to Yerushalayim, baruch Hashem, and he had even participated in the dancing a bit. But she was worried about him. “He’s sitting next to Tatty,” four-year-old Bentzy reported when he peeked into the women’s side. “And Tatty’s asking if Nati is with you.” “Yes, he’s right here,” Elisheva said. Nati was sleeping on her lap, and she was making every effort not to wake him. So on one side she had Blumi, telling her about her recent trip to France, and on her other side, Esti was trying to convince her to taste a salad whose ingredients she could not identify. Across from her were her new acquaintances, the women of the small Halabi community. Elisheva was doing her best to handle all of her current roles with aplomb. “I really admire you,” Blumi said suddenly, after a surprising moment of silence. “You what?” “I admire you. Bli ayin hara, you are raising such a beautiful family, and handling things
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that I would think are just unmanageable.” Elisheva smiled at her dinner roll. “What do you mean, ‘unmanageable’?” she asked. “Your financial situation, for example.” Blumi was speaking calmly, as if there was nothing offensive about what she was saying. Which was why Elisheva tried to take her words the way they were said, without offense.
generous. “When your father walks, he looks very elderly, but his face gives a younger impression,” Blumi continued. Elisheva sighed. “He had a stroke less than three years ago, you know. After it happened, I really wanted him to come live with us, but he refused.” “And now?” “As soon as we won the
Blumi was fascinating. She was quite sharp, but at the same time, she sometimes came across as woefully unaware. “Really?” she asked. “It looks unmanageable to you?” “A little bit. When you describe what you use to put together a meal… I feel so bad. On the one hand, of course.” Then she hastily added, “Because on the other hand — and that’s the stronger side, clearly — it just makes me admire you more.” “Admire?” “Yes. Like I said when I started this conversation, in case you didn’t hear.” “Yes, I heard.” Elisheva smiled again. “And you look very much like your father, you know? Maybe that’s where you got this ability to cope in difficult situations.” She suddenly grew serious. “Not that I know such situations myself. Someone else came up with the phrase, ‘money solves everything,’ but I’m ready to sign on it with a few hands, if only I had them.” “Of course.” Elisheva chuckled. Blumi was fascinating. She was quite sharp, but at the same time, she sometimes came across as woefully unaware. She was refined, but suffered from a moderate to serious case of tactlessness. She had a mild egoistic streak, but at the same time was very friendly, and even more
apartment, I brought up the subject again, but he keeps putting us off. Lately he seems to have softened his stance a bit. We’ll see; maybe over the summer he’ll finally agree to move in.” “Will you have to do anything on the medical front to be able to take care of him?” “No, he’s considered healthy, baruch Hashem. We’ll have to accompany him to his physical therapy sessions and make sure he takes his medications, but nothing much more than that. We will need to do some renovations to the house, though.” “Renovations?” “Yes. The quiet is very important to him. I want to make his room into a totally separate unit. It’s a bit removed from the whole apartment as it is. So we’ll put another door at the beginning of the hallway, and add a little kitchenette and anything else he might need.” “Now he lives in an old-age home?” “That’s right. And he has a little kitchenette in his room. Not that he cooks anything, but he can make himself tea or coffee, or cut up a fruit… We want him to be as comfortable as possible in our house, as well.”
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***** “Details about the Ludmir family?” “Yes, there are things that I already know, but if there is any additional information, I’d be happy to receive it.” Joe Ludmir paused. “But that’s not the main thing.” “Nu?” After many months of working together, Leonid of O.S.U. Information Services Ltd. was quite familiar with his cautious client. “I need information about children who were in the Lucius Jan Catholic Children’s Home during the war years. I don’t have an exact entry date, but they left in November of 1948. When they were there they were called —” he paused again “— Edo and Gustav. I’d like to know if there is any additional information about them.” “Were they brothers?” “No.” “Did they come to the Children’s Home together?” “No.” “Depart together?” “Yes.” “Do you have any more details about them? Age, prior residence, names…” Ludmir was quiet, and then he coughed, like he always did when he was deliberating over something. “Look,” he said finally. “I do have something, but it’s not very major, and it’s not one hundred percent verified anyway. I prefer, for my own reasons, that you start a clean, new search.” “So you want me to look for any details about them, irrespective of when or what, right?” “Yes, you can say that. Actually, you don’t have to delve into what happened to them after the war. I’m up to date about them both on that matter. But other things are very important to me.” “All right.” “Look, I visited Bratislava a
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few months ago, and I discovered that the Catholic orphanage building has been demolished. I was in the old municipal archive, but I found that this work is really not for me. I didn’t even know where to start. Besides, I had to suddenly cut the trip short to return home.” “I see. All right, I’ll take care of it.” Leonid’s courteous, easygoing nature was one of his most
If Martha would be alive, what would she say? That there’s nothing like family? Probably. That you don’t treat cousins lightly, especially if you have no one closer? She had a gaggle of siblings and nieces and nephews, along with their spouses and children. But she always encouraged Joe to keep in close touch with his relatives, too — his Uncle Gershon
“Please immediately send me every detail that you find. Directly to me. Not to one of my secretaries or the office of the factory.” prominent traits. “And if I have any questions?” “Call or send me a fax. Oh, and Leonid?” “Yes, Mr. Ludmir?” “Please immediately send me every detail that you find. Directly to me. Not to one of my secretaries or the office of the factory. Only to my personal number at the office, or to my home.” “No problem.” Joe went out for his evening walk. He chose the park at the end of the street as his destination, and he walked in that direction very slowly. Daniel Ludmir and his wife were expecting him to travel with them to America in another month, to attend their son Arik’s wedding. But Joe wasn’t sure he would go, despite his excellent health. First of all, a flight to America was not like a domestic flight in Australia; it was a much bigger exertion. And besides… it would only intensify his heartache. And with that, his backache. “Psychological pains,” Dr. Benson called them. They would only get worse — that was as clear to him as the clearly marked paths in this park, which he used to meander along during those long-ago evening walks with Martha, of blessed memory.
and Aunt Batya, and their children, Gavriel, Miriam, Elisha and Reuven. He was closest to Elisha, Daniel’s father. He could attribute many of his business successes to Elisha, and also to Gavriel; the rule of not doing business with family did not really seem to apply to them. Joe wasn’t sure that he would be pleased with the whole atmosphere at this wedding, anyway. Daniel was Orthodox, sure, but his son Arik did not exactly adhere to everything his parents did. Not that Daniel had built a home that was exactly like his parents’, either; he had not. But the sharp differences of this new generation were much starker than the ongoing, subtle changes of decades past. His mind flashed back to his aunt and uncle’s home in Magdiel…. The brush alongside the pretty path in the Sydney park did not at all remind him of the huge field that spanned the area behind the one-story house of Uncle Gershon and Aunt Batya. Then why was he suddenly smelling the wildflowers that grew like ivy up the sides of the house, toward the orange-shingled roof? To be continued...
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has staked much of his presidency upon the success of his economic policies. The surprising job numbers also add credence to his optimistic claim that the economy will have a quick V-shaped recovery. It is also an affirmation of his push to reopen the economy to prevent economic stagnation. It is yet another example of Trump’s projections besting the experts in the field. The job numbers are also a victory for bipartisanship. The rapid rehiring is due in part to the success of the Payroll Protection Program, which was the product of bipartisan legislation and presidential leadership. The PPP program ensured that employees remained connected with their employers and were not indefinitely laid off. However, despite the excellent jobs report, unemployment is still at 13.3%. Additionally, the Bureau of Labor and Statistics noted that misclassification of data might have resulted in a numbers error. The real unemployment numbers may
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Mattis Turns on Trump THE PULSE: James Mattis, a retired Marine Corps four-star general who formerly served as secretary of defense in the Trump administration, issued a blistering critique of the president’s handling of the George Floyd protests and riots. He said that “Donald Trump is the first president in my lifetime who does not try to unite the American people — does not even pretend to try. Instead, he tries to divide us. We are witnessing the consequences of three years of this deliberate effort.” Trump hit back by accusing Mattis of being a disgruntled former member of his cabinet who was never in sync with the administration’s policy priorities. However, Mattis received support from Marine General John Kelly, who previously served as chief of staff in the Trump administration. In an interview with former Trump Communications Director Anthony Scarramuci, he said that “I agree” with Jim Mattis. Alaska Republican Senator Lisa Murkowski also expressed support for Mattis and said she was unsure how she would vote in the upcoming presidential election. THE IMPACT: President Trump is a firm believer that a strict law-and-order approach is the best way to bring the current chaotic situation under control. He has been vocally critical of governors who refuse to deploy the National Guard and mayors who fail to use the full range of law enforcement tools at their disposal. He, therefore, threatened to deploy the military to American cities to help quell the unrest. However, many military leaders believe that civil unrest should be dealt with by civilian law enforcement and that it is incorrect to use the military against U.S. citizens except in extreme and dire situations. Trump’s threat of mili-
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Here’s an age test for you: What is the relationship between Monsey and farms? “Monsey and farms? There aren’t any farms in Monsey! Unless you mean the horses we see when driving out in Chestnut Ridge?” (You’re either a newcomer to Monsey, or under the age of 25.) “Do you remember Remsen Farms? We’d get our Shabbos fruits at their farmers market. It was our weekly family outing.” (You’re over the age of 30). “There were signs of farming all over Monsey when I was growing up. There was even an intact barn between Edwin Lane and Walter Drive.” (You’re over 40.) “When we moved to Monsey, the entire area between Main Street and Monsey Boulevard — encompassing Edwin Lane, Maple Leaf Road and Walter Drive — was farmland. There were farm remnants wherever we went.” (You are an old-Monsey resident, and I stand up in your honor.)
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Yes, much of Monsey was once farmland, and for the uninitiated, Remsen Farms was, until 1997, a very integral part of our community. But today, as farms across the U.S. are becoming fewer and farther in between, if we want to see livestock grazing and fowl pecking, it usually involves a car ride. Except for some people round our parts who have some backyard friends mowing their grass. Letâ€™s hear about the experience.
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into my chicken coop once. These MOISHE animals love to MORGENSTERN feed on chickens, and that’s why A longtime expert on backlocking them up yard animals, who’s been in a racoon-proof raising chickens since beenclosure for the fore his bar mitzvah, tells us night is a must. about his experience and Ne i g h b orho o d shares tricks of the trade. dogs, while not very prevalent in our community, are another predHOW IT BEGAN ator category to protect the livestock My first interaction with rais- from. Chickens also need protection ing livestock was when I got my first shipment of chickens at the age of from the rain. They’re not ducks; gettwelve. The chickens arrived by mail, ting wet may be a death sentence for and since the minimum order was a chicken. And the coop should be 25 chickens, I dived right into a full- large enough for them to move around comfortably. fledged operation. The neighborhood kids had a field day when over two dozen baby chicks FEEDING THE FARM arrived in our backyard. They were adorable, but they grew quite big, Chickens need fresh food and clean quite fast! I raised them for almost a water. The water receptacle must be year, but then had to bid them fare- cleaned at least twice a week, because well when I went to yeshivah. an accumulation of bacteria can My farming adventures were far kill the chickens. Newborn chickfrom over, though. At my yeshivah up- ens should be fed medicated state, we actually opened a full-scale starter feed, and they can then farm, where we tended to chickens, switch over to ground crumturkeys, cows and sheep in the yeshi- ble feed — until they are 4 to 5 vah’s backyard. months of age. Once they reach that age, you can move on to pellet feed. CHICKEN TLC Chickens can supplement As far as care goes, chickens need their diet with anything, from tafood, water and shelter. ble scraps and vegetable peels, to Newborn chickens must stay fermented (but not moldy) food. warm. This means that they have to And do they love chicken! That be kept indoors for the first month or makes Shabbos leftovers excelso of their lives — or until the smell lent feed. gets unbearable; that’s when you can start to move them outdoors. SO MANY OPTIONS! When setting them up in your yard, it’s of utmost importance to proThe type of chicken to purtect the chickens from predators. I’ve chase depends on your intention once awoken in the morning to see in domesticating them. that the fifteen chickens I’d had the Meat breeds should be purnight before had sadly served as a ra- chased only if you’re raising them coon’s meal. with the intention of processA chicken is a big, fluffy, feathery ing them for food. These breeds target for raccoons, groundhogs and don’t live too long and cannot opossums — and I even had a fox break safely grow too large. As far as the
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heritage breeds go (those that have not been altered within the last 100 years), they are generally kosher, but since there are many controversies, consult your rav about the kashrus status of any chickens you are considering to purchase for consumption of their meat or eggs. If you’re looking into chickens as a hobby, any domesticated chickens can do, but it’s good to keep in mind that the excitement may eventually fade, and you may want to also get something back from them. That’s why egglaying breeds or dual-purpose chickens are often the best options. Do your research well before the clucking fowl arrive at your doorstep.
FROM FARM TO KITCHEN I’ve heard numerous times about what a divine chicken soup backyardraised chickens make. But I never believed it until I raised my own table chickens and enjoyed the unsurpassed flavor of the chickens from my
own stock. And thereâ€™s nothing as delicious, or as wholesome, as eggs taken straight from the yard. Their robust health is obvious in the beautiful orange yolks that will never crack when a sunny-side up is prepared. Blood spots, though, are a lot more commonly found in backyard eggs, and they need to be checked very carefully.
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THE PROS AND THE CONS There really is something to waking up in the morning and being directly involved with nature. Feeding chickens is such a peaceful way to start the day. Taking care of animals can also be therapeutic for children, providing them with sensory stimulation, training them to use the right tactile pressure, and teaching them responsibility. However, having some feathery friends is like getting a new trampoline: It attracts children from the entire neighborhood. It might be an adventure for the first few days or weeks, and the kids may enjoy being at the center of attention, but at some point, the over-visiting may become less than appreciated. So keep that in mind before setting up a home for chickens on your premises. Parental supervision is always necessary when
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kids are tending to the animals, even in the case of a responsible child. Children will instinctively treat animals according to the way they are usually treated, and chickens might occasionally be mishandled without the child knowing better. Sometimes a child’s angst may come out when dealing with animals, and an adult should make sure the chickens are always treated gently.
THE MORNING AND THE NIGHT Halachically, one may not eat or drink before tending to the animals they are raising. This is an important consideration before reaching the decision to domesticate any type of livestock. Make sure you can handle such a schedule and be very consistent with timing. When chickens are first placed in
BEFORE YOU BUY There are specific town and village laws involved in raising livestock. Check in with the building department of your area for specific zoning laws before taking the leap.
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their coop, they should be kept there for three days so they learn where their home is, and then they’ll know to return there. And indeed, each day, at the first sign of night, they will head straight for their coop to sleep. Before you lock the coop, take a head count, because if a chicken is left out, it will probably not survive the night.
OOPS! At one point I had a number of chickens, and then some geese and turkeys were added to the mix, and before I knew it, I had 55 birds in my backyard! They grew up in no time, and suddenly the putrid smell — and the racket — had neighbors calling the town to complain (and I don’t blame them!). It wasn’t a pleasant issue to deal with. A word of caution: Before investing in backyard friends, approve the idea with those sharing your living space. And don’t overdo it.
EXPANDING THE FARM The most sensible choice of livestock to domesticate is chickens. They are interactive and satisfying to tend to, and can also provide eggs and poultry. From an economical standpoint, too, it makes most sense to start out with chickens. Some people try ducks, because newborn ducklings are the cutest things. However, they grow up really fast; they splash water all over and then step on the surfaces with
their webbed feet, making for very muddy, and smelly, quarters. The unpleasantness, in addition to their needing a large pond, is why ducks are generally not the best idea for first-time backyard farming. Other people try bunny rabbits, but most get bored fast, and you’ll find them in the giveaway sections of magazines before long. If you want to move on to bigger farm animals, the next one to try would be goats. But things get more expensive and complicated with goats. Vet bills can get very high; they often get parasites in their stomachs, which means more vet care or consultation with farmers; special knowledge is also needed for trimming the goat’s hooves, which is a must in their upkeep; and you need at least two goats, because they’re social animals. Do your research regarding food, and make sure to purchase the goats from a farmer who keeps his animals in the best of health. If your place is really big, you can try sheep. They’re great grass mowers, but they need a lot of space to graze.
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With our boys home from yeshivah, and their tele-yeshivah just not keeping them busy enough, we started our little adventure by ordering newborn chickens for some kosher entertainment on premises. We cared for them for six weeks, after which we shechted them. It was an amazing learning experience for my boys, one of whom is learning hilchos shechitah now. They watched the entire process — from shechitah, which was done in a facility upstate, all the way to kashering, which got done in our home.
FARM FRIENDS We have a sheep, a lamb, two goats, three turkeys and three little ducks. We had a goose — what a beautiful fowl it was! — but it made noise like a siren. So just one day after purchasing the goose, we took it upstate to be shechted, and we later brought it back to kasher at home.
DOLLARS AND SENSE The goats and sheep were between $200 and $250 each, and the lamb cost about $75. The upkeep sets us back a pretty penny, since the food for these animals is expensive.
WHAT MAINTENANCE MEANS Feeding is often not easy, especially since we have to feed all of our livestock before we touch a morsel of food ourselves. Then there’s the upkeep. With all of the neighborhood spectators, we’ve had to mend our fence several times. The food costs a lot, and we need a constant supply of hay, with which the goats and sheep supplement their diet. There’s also occasional cleaning to take into account.
WHY WE DO IT It keeps the boys very busy! (And by extension, children in the entire neighborhood.) We charge a small fee for visiting to cover the expense of maintaining our temporary farm.
OOPS! We did a lot of research before purchasing the first stock of chickens. We had in plan to raise them for several weeks, then shecht them, and kasher them on premises for Pesach use. But we had been advised wrongly, and the chickens were not meat breeds.
EXPANSION PLANS? Oh, no! As soon as yeshivah is back in session, we’re closing up our little farm.
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A Backyard Coop in Monsey’s Outskirts Family M. WHY WE SHARE OUR YARD We brought our first chickens home about three years ago, and have already had a variety of hens pecking in our backyard. We purchased them for the eggs they lay (super healthy and as fresh as they come!) and to provide our children with hands-on interaction with nature and animals while they bask under the sun. Even I love to watch our chickens (though I admit I never do touch them). The hens really keep my kids entertained, especially my toddler! He played with them for hours each afternoon last summer. The chores also instill in kids a sense of responsibility and a feeling of satisfaction. On a practical level, it is gratifying to be able to put crumbs, leftovers and fruit and vegetable peels to good use, instead of just throwing them away.
AT WHAT COST? We ordered our little friends through a hatchery catalog; each oneday-old chick cost only a few dollars. The first piece of equipment we invested in was a brooder — a large container with a net lid, feeder, waterer, and heating lamp — where we kept the chicks while they stayed with us indoors for the first few weeks of their life. When they were ready to venture into the great outdoors, we purchased a coop and run. Upkeep includes stocking wood chips and specialized chicken feed. We also keep cleaning the chicken coop and replace the bedding often.
HENS AND HALACHA First is the basic halacha of feeding animals before partaking of any food ourselves. There are also mesoros to determine the kashrus status of
OUR WORST PREDATOR We lost several chickens to hawks when the chickens were free-ranging. Hawks, for us, are the most difficult predator to deal with, since they come down during the day when the chickens are out. And we can’t even trap, relocate or shoot any predatory hawks since they’re federally protected. A hawk even tried to get my two-year-old this Shavuos, a behavior that I learned is quite unusual for hawks — they usually only go for small animals and they love chickens, but rarely ever do they touch a human. I actually called the NYS Department of Environmental Conservation and the local wildlife conservation officer to figure out what to do with the hawk, and was told that they’d never had a report of such behavior from a hawk.
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different breeds of chickens; some breeds are definitely treif, some acceptable across the board, and others, still, the subject of much controversy. And then there are the kosher chickens that become treif… We once had to shecht, and then dump, all of our chickens because of a predator issue that rendered them treif. Even those that had not been attacked lost their kashrus status, but that’s a story for another time. We have so many shailos coming up, and the experience taught us so much in hands-on halacha in regard to kashrus of chickens. In fact, our dayan told us that the entire Machon L’hora’ah was up with our shailos, with the various halachos involved with our chickens being debated among the dayanim.
WHAT THE TOWN SAYS No permits are required for backyard chickens in our area, but there are several regulations regarding how many feet away from the edge of property the chickens must be and how many chickens one can raise at once (in our area we are allowed four hens and no roosters).
AN OPEN-FARM POLICY We don’t mind visitors; on the contrary, since we live out of the main area, we enjoy the fact that our chickens attract more visitors than we’d normally have. Whenever kids (and adults!) spent some time at our “farm,” they were entertained for hours...
PLANS ON HOLD Right now we had to get rid of our dear little friends because of the recurring issue we’ve been having with predators and the halachic shailos they caused, rendering both the eggs and the meat useless. But once the coop and run are repaired and set up properly to prevent the issue, we are looking forward to the clucking of chickens at our window again. We’re even dreaming of adding some White Pekin ducks!
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When Shuey’s mother contacted The Monsey View to share her story, we knew it was one that we had to publish. It is a precautionary tale that every person needs to hear to help them protect their loved ones. Here is her story: Have you ever seen a child, so typical in every way, become everything a mother dreads? That’s what happened to my Shuey. He’d been a joy-giving, activity-seeking, (sometimes trouble-making) inquisitive eleven-year-old who loved life. And then, over the course of time, the light disappeared from his eyes. “Mommy, I just don’t have koach,” he’d whisper as he shlepped himself across the kitchen floor, head hanging low, eyes half shut. “I can’t go to cheder today.” I’d try to encourage him, but he’d just dissolve into a puddle of tears, feeling guilty that he couldn’t push himself to get dressed and make it through the day. Of course, seeing him act so unlike himself, I’d let him head back to bed — wondering if I was just giving in to a behavioral issue. As the days stretched into weeks of weakness, we began to investigate and quickly became regulars at the doctor’s
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office. Shuey was pricked and prodded multiple times, the doctor trying to find the source of his symptoms, which ranged from severe headaches to stomach pains to general malaise. But each time the tests came back
My neighbor leaned in and her voice dropped to a whisper. “And then, as time progressed, it started affecting her emotionally. Everything became very hard for her. She couldn’t handle the slightest stress. Worse yet,
definite possibility,” the physician told me as he examined Shuey. “Let’s run some testing and see what turns up.” A few days later the phone rang, the specialist’s number displayed on the ID. My heart lurched as I grabbed for the phone, scared, anxious — and hopeful. “So we have the results,” the physician said. “It’s not Lyme disease. But your child is very ill.” He paused and then pronounced the verdict. “Shuey has Rocky Mountain spotted fever.”
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more or less normal. But Shuey was not “normal.” He wasn’t normal for himself, nor was he normal for a boy his age. I knew, deep down, that something was wrong. Very wrong. “I really think you should test him for Lyme disease,” my well-meaning neighbor told me one day when she noticed my very pale son lethargically sprawled on a lawn chair while his brothers and sisters played all around him. “We’ve tested for Lyme already,” I answered. “It came back negative.” “But this reminds me so much of my teenage cousin. She was also constantly exhausted, pale, in pain…”
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she started behaving… odd. She began acting out of character; so badly that she was almost institutionalized.” I gulped, my body flooding with fear. “My aunt kept looking, searching for the cause of my cousin’s illness. She ended up going to someone who specializes in Lyme; he was able to catch it even when other doctors missed it.” “Go,” she said. “Just go.” So I went. “Are you here for Lyme disease testing?” the secretary asked me. When I replied in the affirmative, she handed me a questionnaire that I filled out. As I read down the list of 40 questions regarding symptoms, my eyes filled with tears. I was able to check off almost every box. “Over 20 symptoms suggest that a tick-borne illness is a
The name is a misnomer; Rocky Mountain spotted fever is found all over the United States — even here in our own state. And the sobering news is that recent years have seen a dramatic rise in tick-borne illnesses, and if the trends continue, things will only get worse from here. Here’s what you need to know about Rocky Mountain spotted fever. Rocky Mountain spotted fever wasn’t high on physicians’ radars in previous years due to its low prevalence in New York. With the current drastic rise in infections, however, medical personnel are being encouraged to keep the possibility of infection at the top of their list. To this end, the CDC has begun offering a Rocky Mountain spotted fever training program for medical personnel. The concern with Rocky Mountain spotted fever is that an acute presentation of the infection can quickly become fatal. Symptoms usually appear within two to nine days of a bite from an infected tick, and once the symptoms appear, they come hard and fast.
My heart lurched as I grabbed for the phone, scared, anxious — and hopeful.
Sudden fever is usually the first symptom, with severe headaches a common complaint. (Children report headaches less frequently than adults.) There can also be muscle pain, stomachaches, and lack of appetite — all of which can mimic flu-like illnesses. These non-specific symptoms can be confusing to diagnosticians, running the risk of their missing an early detection of the disease, which can prove fatal. Beginning antibiotic treatment within the first five days significantly increases the chances of survival; after that, the effectiveness of antibiotic treatment for acute infection diminishes. While many physicians are trained to look for the trademark “spotted rash” that gives the illness its name, that rash (if it even appears) usually only appears around the sixth day — well after the time when it is imperative for patients to have begun treatment. Even if a patient survives an acute infection despite late treatment, serious damage to the blood vessels, which are drastically affected by the bacteria, can occur, and may even result in limb amputation due to the onset of gangrene. An untreated acute infection can quickly lead to sepsis and septic shock — neither of which we want our loved ones to develop. Children are particularly at risk for Rocky Mountain spotted fever, with the five-to-nine age range being the most often affected. Unlike acute infections, chronic infections cause a slower breakdown of the body, causing a person to feel generally unwell for extended periods of time.
SO WHAT TO DO? There are a few things we can do to hopefully prevent this horrific disease from affecting our family members: • Wearing long sleeves and long pants helps to protect the skin when in grassy/brush-filled areas that may harbor ticks. • Individuals should be inspected head to toe, and bathed, after outside play in grassy areas. • Consider using insect repellent on clothing. • Lawns should be well maintained, with short grass and well-trimmed shrubbery.
• Don’t invite deer into your yard with salt licks or the like; they bring ticks! • Consider raising a few tickeating chickens… (You’ll also get the added bonus of keeping your kids entertained with their feathered friends!) • If a tick is found, grasp it as close to the skin as possible with a pair of tweezers, and pull it out using a firm, steady movement. Save the tick for testing!
COMMON SYMPTOMS OF ROCKY MOUNTAIN SPOTTED FEVER Early (1–4 Days) • High fever • Severe headache • Malaise (general ill feeling) • Myalgia (muscle aches) • Edema (swelling) around eyes and on the back of hands • Gastrointestinal symptoms (nausea, vomiting, lack of appetite)
Late (5 Days and Beyond) • Altered mental status, confusion, out-of-character behavior, loss of consciousness • Difficulty breathing • Severe skin discoloration • Scant urine output • Low blood pressure Note: Other unusual symptoms can also occur, indicating multisystem organ failure.
RASH • Early forms of the rash (that may or may not appear) can be seen as small, flat, pink, nonitchy spots that begin on the hands and feet and spread inward. • Later forms of the rash appear as red or purple spots and are seen as progression toward severe disease.
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Leon Kohandbash, FNP, has become the go-to person for the heimishe community for complicated and chronic tick-borne illnesses. Many of his patients even travel to Brooklyn from Rockland and Orange counties to avail themselves of his expertise. One of his patients was “Shuey” in our article, who is now, baruch Hashem, on the mend. This highly acclaimed family practitioner was kind enough to give of his time to share his knowledge with our readers. How prevalent is Rocky Mountain spotted fever in the New York area? Is it becoming more common? The numbers the CDC gave us showed that there were 495 diagnoses of Rocky Mountain spotted fever in America in the year 2000, a number that rose to over 7,000 cases last year. But this data isn’t very accurate. I believe that there are many more cases that have gone undiagnosed, either because the patient didn’t go to the doctor when confronted with symptoms, or because the examining physician didn’t do the correct testing. How many patients with Rocky Mountain spotted fever do you typically see per season? I see almost 20 patients per day who are diagnosed with any one of the many tick-borne illnesses, not just Rocky Mountain spotted fever.
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Lyme disease seems to be the most common, but there are quite a few tick-borne illnesses that are seen in New York State. It is possible for a single tick to transmit more than one type of infectious disease, so I test for all of the infections that are commonly found in our area. I don’t really see acutely affected patients, as they are typically from upstate and do testing there. These patients usually get correctly diagnosed because the severity of their symptoms leads to blood testing. However, even when the diagnosis is correct, many doctors often prescribe a very mild treatment that doesn’t fully cure the illness. Many of those patients end up coming to me for correct treatment. Then there are the patients whom physicians have difficulty diagnosing. Take, for instance, a young person who has been previously healthy and begins to have muscle pains, headaches and extreme fatigue. They become chronically ill, with no known cause. These patients will often
be sent to me, and many times testing will indicate that they have a tick-borne illness. Is there any specific symptom that seems to indicate Rocky Mountain spotted fever? Yes. People need to be aware that the most common symptoms are fever, vomiting, headache and muscle pain. Many people believe they’ve come down with the flu. If someone experiences flu-like symptoms during the summer, then that is a significant indication of a tick-borne infection; the flu isn’t typically contracted during the summer, but ticks are very active. The classic symptom of Rocky Mountain spotted fever is, of course, the spotted rash — but 20% to 50% of people don’t even develop the symptom. And when they do, it appears five or six days after the fever begins, at which point they are already very ill. Treatment should not be dependent upon appearance of the rash. In what way do your treatment methods differ from other doctors’ methods? The patients who come to me don’t have fever; they’re the chronic patients who’ve been suffering with head and body aches, fatigue, and other symptoms for a long time. These patients need longer-term treatments than are routinely prescribed. Some of the patients have even done the shorter forms of treatments — three or four weeks of antibiotics — but later relapsed, as the treatment wasn’t fully effective. It’s important to understand the nature of rickettsia rickettsii, the bacteria that causes Rocky Mountain spotted fever. When an infected tick bites someone, bacteria is injected directly into the bloodstream, where it invades and enters the host’s cells, hides out and multiplies. Not all bacteria do this; some can’t live inside of cells. The bacteria also create what’s called a biofilm, like a protective shell, to prevent the medication from doing its job. It’s very difficult to kill off r. rickettsii, and to do so, we have to be able to penetrate the biofilm to kill the bacteria within their hiding spots. My method is to treat the patient using two, sometimes three, antibiotics over the course of several months. The now-famous hydroxychloroquine, as well as grapefruit seed extract, have also proven helpful in killing the bacteria. We change medications periodically, because over the course of time, the effectiveness of the medications declines. Because such strong antibiotics are used for an extended period of time, I put my patients on several complementary vitamins and probiotics. Part of the treatment includes using “biofilm-
busting drugs” to break down the biofilm, giving us access to the bacteria. Stevia, the sugar alternative, as well as serrapeptase and monolaurin, helps break down the biofilm. After several months of treatments with the stronger drugs, the patient will be put on more natural, plant-based treatments. Can a patient who has gone undiagnosed for an extended period of time fully heal, or are lingering medical issues common even after treatment? The majority of patients don’t need to return after completing a full treatment, though there will be some relapses. Is there a message you wish to give over to medical professionals in terms of what to be vigilant about regarding tick-borne diseases? I check the patient’s Immunoglobulin G when ordering blood tests. The CDC only recommends paying attention to IgM, which indicates an active infection. The IgG indicates a past infection or a chronic infection. When a patient has IgG antibodies and they are presenting with chronic symptoms, this shows me that we need to treat the infection aggressively. When the treatment is shorter, at only three or four weeks long, around 50% of the patients relapse, and then future treatments have to be even more aggressive. Longer protocols together with supplements provide a more effective treatment. Is there a message you’d like to share with people who hopefully won’t need your expertise? There are many people who go upstate for the summer, and of course, many who live upstate year-round. They have to make sure to use preventative measures. These can be sprays that discourage ticks from attaching themselves to a person, such as DEET-based sprays, or permethrin, which actually kills ticks. These can be sprayed on clothes and shoes. Checking the skin is also very important. Every evening, after coming in from outside, the full body should be inspected, and the person should shower. Lawn care is also very important. Keep grass cut short and leaves raked. And make barriers to reduce the presence of deer around your home or bungalow. Deer are perfect hosts for ticks, so don’t leave anything around that will invite them in. There are also certain pesticides that can be sprayed once a season on the lawn that kill ticks and reduce the chance of infection by up to 75%.
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If you’ve ever experienced picking fresh vegetables, you understand the thrill of plucking that perfect little cucumber or tomato off the plant! There’s something so satisfying about it — even if it’s a once-a-year summer trip to a farm. Now imagine having that in your own little backyard! No backyard? You can plant a mini vegetable garden of tomatoes on any outdoor porch, too! Planting vegetables can be very tedious, and what you’ll need most is a lot of love and patience. Here’s a guide to planting two almost-no-fail vegetables for your very own garden! You can choose to do both, or just one, based on the size of your yard or porch.
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SHOPPING Vegetable seedlings, soil and fertilizer can be purchased at your local nursery; speak to a salesperson at the nursery to find out which soil and fertilizer to use for the specific vegetables you’d like to plant and the conditions you’ll be growing your garden in. Seedlings are small new plants. Make sure they are fresh, sturdy and healthy-looking. While you’re at the nursery, you can also do the rest of the shopping for when your seedlings grow into little plants and are ready for Stage 2.
Supplies for Stage 1 • Vegetable seedlings • Potting soil • Small planters with holes at the bottom; 1 per seedling • Plastic tray or plate for each planter
Supplies for Stage 2 • Tomato cages; 1 per seedling in the ground • Strong wooden sticks, about 6 feet tall; 1 per tomato seedling in planters • Trellis for cucumbers (a support for climbing plants) • 5-gallon planters (with holes at the bottom) for a porch garden; 1 per 2 seedlings of the same type • Potting soil • Garden trowel (hand shovel) • Fertilizer • Gardening wire
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DRAINAGE It is very important for plants to have proper drainage, which means that each planter needs to have its own draining system so your seedlings and plants don’t get flooded with water. Each planter should have about two to four holes at the bottom through which excess water can drain. Make sure to place the planters on a plate or tray so you don’t have a watery mess dripping down your windowsill!
WATERING Watering your garden will become an important part of your daily routine. It needs to be done early morning, or in the evening (when the sun is no longer out). The amount of water needed is different in each situation and depends on the location and weather. Your goal is to keep the soil damp throughout the day. If the soil is still damp from the day before, it does not need to be watered again. In some cases, watering every second day is enough, and sometimes twice a day might be necessary.
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NURTURING THE SEEDLINGS: 1. Repot the seedlings into small planters that have holes at the bottom by filling the planter halfway with soil. Dig a small hole in the center. 2. Gently remove the seedling from its original container, together with the soil it came in, and place it into the hole. Fill any remaining gaps with soil. 3. Place the planters indoors, on a tray or plate, in a spot that will allow it to get four to six hours of sunlight a day. 4. Seedlings need to be watered once every morning. The soil should remain damp throughout the day. 5. After about four weeks, the seedlings will be ready for replanting outdoors! S TA G E 2 :
TRANSFERRING AND SUPPORTING THE PLANTS: 1. Before transferring the plants, prepare a working space outdoors. You may want to spread a plastic tablecloth on the ground and have all your supplies on hand, as this will be some messy fun! 2. Find a spot in your yard or on your porch that will get four to six hours of sunlight a day. 3. Use tomato cages when planting your garden in the ground. It will help keep the tomato plant’s soft stems from falling when the vegetables start to grow.
4. If you’re planting your garden in a planter, use strong wooden sticks to support the tomato plants instead of the cages. 5. Cucumbers are climbing plants, which means that the stems need something to “hold on to” as they grow. Therefore, they need a gate or trellis to “climb” on.
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PLANTING IN THE GROUND: 1. Make sure the ground you are planting in has healthy soil. If not, remove the “dirt” and cover the area with potting soil. 2. Dig holes large enough to hold the full amount of soil in each small planter. The holes should be at least four feet apart; remember to keep each vegetable in its own “section.” 3. Carefully remove each plant from the planter together with its soil, and place each one into one of the holes you dug. 4. Use potting soil to fill the gaps around the plant, and level the soil. 5. Mix some fertilizer into the soil. 6. Pat the soil gently, and check that the plant is sturdy and safe in the ground. 7. Place a tomato cage over each tomato plant, making sure it’s firmly set into the ground. 8. Place the trellis near the cucumber plants, or plant them alongside a gate.
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CARING FOR YOUR NEW GARDEN AND TAKING YOUR PICK! For the first few days after replanting, it is normal not to see any growth. Your little plants are confused and trying to get used to their new environment. However, by week seven or eight (three to four weeks after replanting) the vegetables should start to appear! Picking the vegetables in a timely manner is very important. Make sure the veggies are ready before picking, but don’t leave them on the vines too long either.
PLANTING IN LARGE PLANTERS: 1. Fill the planter three-quarters of the way with potting soil 2. Mix in some fertilizer. 3. Dig two holes with a big enough space between them. 4. Carefully remove two tomato plants from their planters, along with the soil, and place one into each hole. 5. Add more potting soil and fertilizer to fill the planter. 6. Insert a wooden stick into the soil next to each stem, and secure the stem to the stick with gardening wire.
CHERRY TOMATOES: When you notice a growth between the main stem and offshoot stems on either side, pinch it off. The reason for this is because no fruit will grow on these stems; they will only steal the nutrients that we want to get to our tomatoes! The tomatoes will start out as tiny flowers. Then, little green tomatoes will appear and slowly turn red. When a tomato is fully red, it’s ready to be picked! Ripe cherry tomatoes will come off the vines very easily. Pick individual fruits on a daily basis for best results.
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Why the red color? Before painting barns was common, early American farmers would treat the wood with a homemade weatherproof paint of lime, skim milk and linseed oil, which hardened and maintained the wood for up to a decade. As the linseed oil would dry, the wood took on a slightly red tinge.
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Following tradition, barns, even those made of different materials, were later painted red. Actually, it’s one part tradition and one part practicality — barn red is the cheapest coat of paint around.
Wooden barns took a long time to build. The best moments on the farm was when the farm community would work together on the two-month-long project of building the barn. Farmers and their families would gather for a lively celebration to mark the beginning of each new barn, an excitement we cannot quite capture in the two-day shipping wait for a Home Depot barn you can order today.
Some insist that the red color was to help the cows out pasturing find their home again at the end of the day. However, cows go by herd instinct and habit, and are actually color blind!
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more economically efficient, since color was applied during steel manufacturing, doing away with the worry of frequent repainting. Metal barns also have no need for internal structural support, which maximized storage space. Today we’ve gotten smart: When it comes to dairy farms, solar panels sit on the rooftops of what are today called SMART BARNS and power self-operated dairy productions. Robots bring fresh food throughout the day, and sensor-operated power washers make for a sanitized experience (a cow’s waste can amount to around 30 gallons per day!). There are chips clipped onto each cow to track its milking yield, which gives the farmers more information so they can better attend to each cow’s well-being. Cows especially love the self-activated bristle brush that gives them a full car wash–like experience!
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Where have the barns gone? In 1965, 6.8 million farms operated across the U.S., most with at least one barn. Unfortunately, today just around 650,000 barns remain standing. Considering our cultural interest in barns, it is puzzling that no state law prevents them from being torn down or mandates their upkeep. One obvious reason is our government’s laissez-faire attitude in practice: So many barns, yet so few resources to maintain them.
The word barn stems from two old English words: bere for barley (or grain in general) and aern for storage place, as barns were originally used for storing barley and other grains. The British would house their livestock in a BYRE. Horses were kept in STABLES. And the cows would go in the SHIPPON. We Americans, though, went and put them all in the BARN, and then gave each barn a different name. The following are some of the barns that were built on our own soil:
A typical English barn
A bank barn
ENGLISH BARNS were the first to grace our landscapes. The first ones were brought to America along with the first British settlers, and the style continued to be built between the 1600s and 1800s. Also nicknamed “the grandfather of the American barn,” English barns were small, rectangular, and featured an A-frame roof. Most were typically used for storage of barley and other grains.
wheat or hay. When built on flat land, a “bank” — an earthen ramp — would be created to provide that access. Built on tobacco farms, TOBACCO BARNS do not include any specific architectural features other than a ventilation system for the tobacco leaves stored inside. (It is worthwhile to mention that most tobacco barns are
black, originally to aid in the curing of the tobacco, and later they were painted so just as a fashion statement: I don’t own a White House, but I can always have a black one!) After harvesting the tobacco crops, farmers would hang the leaves in the barn and open the vents to start the process of curing — a necessary step in preserving the leaves. PRAIRIE BARNS, synonymous to WESTERN BARNS, house very large
BANK BARNS, no cash involved. These
rectangular two-storied structures were common in the Midwest. The upper level provided storage and the lower housed livestock, and when built on a hill, both entrances were on ground level. This design permitted direct access to the storage area for farmers and their wagons loaded with
A prairie barn — note the lowhanging roof
Tobacco leaves drying in a tobacco barn
herds of cattle, which require great quantities of feed and hay. The roofs of these structures are quite high and traditionally hang down very low, almost reaching the ground, thus giving ample room to store the feed for the barn’s numerous livestock.
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אּורדס יׁשע ָּב ְ עק ְט ָראנִ ֶ ועל ֶכע ֶע ֶל ְ וֶ ְ ַאריינְ ֵלייגְ ן ִאין ִדי אלן ִמיר ַ זָ ְ יׁשט ֶדער עירס? ִמיר זֶ ֶעען נִ ְ ְפ ִריזְ ִׁש ֶיד ְ עטל. ַאר ֶּבעט ֶצ ְ אֹויפן אּונְ זֶ ער ְ ְ ֵטייל
רּוקט זִ יְך עפט ְ עׁש ְ ִדי גֶ ֶ ואלט זִ יְך אראֹויס ...וֶ וער וָ ְ ָפ ְ ייּבט ַאז ִאיְך וֶ ועל נָ אְך גֶ עגְ ֵל ְ עפט? עׁש ְ אר ִדינֶ ען אֹויף ֶדעם גֶ ֶ ַפ ְ
אּורדס ...וואּו ִדי ָּב ְ אקע? זֶ ענֶ ען זֵ יי ַט ֶ ִאיְך ָהאף ַאז ֶע ִריק עכ ִטיגְ ט אר ֶד ְ ַפ ְ יׁשטֶ .מען נִ ְ ארף ַד ְ טֹויׁשן אֹויפ ְ ְ אּורדס ִדי ָּב ְ נָ אְך ַהיינְ ט. יׁשט ֶעס ִאיז נִ ְ טֹויׁשן ְ גְ ִרינְ ג צּו ֵאיינְ ָמאל ֶעס ִליגְ ט ׁשֹוין ִאין ִדי עדעיר. ְפ ִריזְ ֶׁש ֶ
ָאקעיֵ ,קיין ֶ אּב ֶלעםִ .מיר ְּפ ָר ְ ועלן ׁשֹוין גֵ יין וֶ ְ עמען ַארֹויסנֶ ֶ ְ אּורדס פּון ִדי ָּב ְ ארעזְ ׁש. ְס ַט ֶ ייּבן ָאקעיִ ,איר ֶקענְ ט ָאנְ ֵה ְ ֶ חֹורה. עלן ִדי ְס ָ אמ ְׁש ֶט ְ צּוזַ ְ ַאריין קּומט ַ ְ וֶ וען ִאיר ֶענְ ִדיגְ ט ועלן גֵ יין צּו ִמיר ,אּון ִמיר וֶ ְ וייטער. וַ ֶ
ארף ְפ ִר ְיד ִריְךִ ,איְך ַד ְ יפט פּון טׁ-ש ְ אכ ִ ַא נַ ְ ַאר ֶּבעט. ְ אכן יָ א ,קּום נָ ְ ועלן ַאר ֶּבעט אּון ִמיר וֶ ְ ְ אּורדס. טֹויׁשן ִדי ָּב ְ אֹויפ ְ ְ
ָאּבער ֵקיינֶ ער זָ אל ֶ אּפןִ ...איְך יׁשט ַכ ְ נִ ְ אר ָלאז זִ יְך אֹויף ִדיר. ַפ ְ
אטע? ַמיין ַט ֶ וָ ואס? ִאין יטאל? ְׁש ִּפ ָ
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לֹויּב ִליְךִ ,אין ְּבלֹויז אּומגְ ְ ְ ְצוֵ ויי ֶטעג ִאיז ֶדער אקט גְ ֵרייט! ָקאנְ ְט ַר ְ
ֶעס גֵ ייט ַאזֹוי ְׁשנֶ על ְּכ ֵדי ִדי ֵאיינְ ִציגְ ְס ֶטע אסט עמד וָ ואס דּו ָה ְ ֶה ְ מּוציג יׁשט ְׁש ִ זָ אל נִ ְ וערן. וֶ ְ
אכט ,וֶ וען ִאיְך יֶ ענֶ ע נַ ְ ערט ִאין יׁש ֶט ְ ָהאּב גֶ ענִ ְ ַמיין ַהאנְ ט ַּבאגַ אזְ ׁש, אפן. עט ָר ְ ָהאּב ִאיְך ָדאס גֶ ְ
עפן רּוּביר ִאיְך צּו ְט ֶר ְ אלט ְּפ ִ עמ ְ פּון ֶד ָ עדע זַ אְךַ .פיין, גּוטע ֵח ֶלק ִאין יֶ ֶ ִדי ֶ אקל אּון גֵ יין אמיר זִ יְך גִ ְיּבן ַא ָׁש ְ ָל ִ אקט. ייּבן ֶדעם ָקאנְ ְט ַר ְ ער ְׁש ַר ְ אּונְ ֶט ְ אר ְׁש ֵטיי ַאלזָ אִ ,איְך ַפ ְ ְ וילט ֶענְ ִדיגְ ן ַאז ִאיר וִ ְ עפט? עׁש ְ ֶדעם גֶ ֶ יטן אּון וָ ואס ִאיז ִמ ְ קּוקן ִדי ער ְ ִא ֶיּב ְ חֹורה? ְס ָ
אר ְפן וֶ ועט ִאיר ַד ְ ער ָלאזְ ן ַא ִא ֶיּב ְ עפאזִ יט פּון ֶד ָ יּורא. פּופ ִציג טֹויזְ נְ ט ָ ְ
עלט נּו ,וֶ ועגְ ן ֶדעם ִּבין ִאיְך ָדאִ .די גֶ ְ אר ַהאן ִליגְ ט ַּביי ִמיר ,אּון אֹויּב ִאיז ַפ ְ חֹורהַ ,דאן אּב ֶלעם ִמיט ִדי ְס ָ ַא ְּפ ָר ְ עפט אֹויס. עׁש ְ ִאיז ֶדער גֶ ֶ
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חֹורה ַמיין ְס ָ יׁשט ארף ֶמען נִ ְ ַד ְ אקּוקן. ְ ַּב
Hint: Each Boggle board hides a word of nine let ters or more!
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4. Two winners will be drawn each week, each of whom will win a pastrami sandwich and a can of soda!
PLAYING RULES: Find words on the board containing four letters or more. Letters of a word must be connected in a chain (each letter should be adjacent to the next either vertically, horizontally or diagonally), and each letter can only be used once in a given word. The following are not allowed in Boggle: Adding “s” to a word • Proper nouns • Abbreviations • Contractions • Acronyms
POINTS 4-letter words: 2 points | 5-letter words: 3 points | 6-letter words: 5 points | 7-letter words: 7 points | 8-letter words: 9 points | 9+ letters: 12 points
3. Email the form to comments@ themonseyview.com or fax to 845600-8483 by Sunday at 9:00 p.m.
Family name: _________________________________ Phone: __________________ Full mailing address: ____________________________________________________ Full name of winner: _________________ Amount of points: __________ Full names of competing players:
List some words only the winner found:
The longest word found on the board: _____________________________ A new word you learned from the board: __________________________ Only complete forms will be entered into the drawing.
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K B P A Y
2. Once you have a winner, fill out the form below in its entirety
1. Gather round the table to play a family game of Boggle, using this Boggle board.
HOW TO PLAY:
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I D L F R T F H N A W
6 4 1
Name of winner: Chaya
A new word learned from the board: pate
3 6 8 9 7 5
Some words only the winner found: arched, force, ranch, tartar, torte The longest word found on the board: parched
Amount of points: 62 Names of competing players: Sara, Yehuda
WINNER 1 Family name: Cohen, 845-xxx-4960
7 5 4
WINNER 2 Family name: Slomiuc, 845-xxx-2714 Name of winner: Bubby Amount of points: 76 Names of competing players: Malky Some words only the winner found: apart, soften The longest word found on the board: parched Last weekâ€™s nine-letter word: workforce
If the family name on a Boggle entry doesnâ€™t match the phone number and address on record, the submission will be disqualified.
2 5 6 7 3
3 1 7
6 5 4 5
2 1 8 7 7 4 9 8 6 1 4 9 7 5
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CONGRATULATIONS TO THE FIVE WINNERS OF THE $5 GIFT CARDS AT TOYS4U!
A $5 credit was issued at Toys4U on the account of the phone number listed on your submission.
Ruchy Abelesz, 8, Satmar
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Thank you to the hundreds of readers who sent in beautifully colored pages! Keep coloring!
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By: Faigy Jacobowitz Send your colored page to The Monsey View to enter a drawing for a chance to have your artwork featured in our pages and win $5 at Toys4U! Five lucky winners will be announced each week! To enter the raffle, email your colored page to email@example.com, or mail it to 3 College Road, Suite 204, Monsey, NY 10952. Submissions will be included in the drawing only if all information is filled in. Name:____________________________________________________________ Phone:______________________________________ Age:________ School:________________________
Feel free to photocopy this coloring page for the entire family.
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Batsheva Nadler, 7
Shimi Breier, 7
Avrumi, Moshe, Blimie, Tzippy, Ruchy Schwartz
Yisroel Meir Bochner, 7
רחי פריעדמאן, יענקי, ליפא
Mayer Weinberger, Family
Shloimy Fischer, 6
Yechiel Melber, 6
Roizy Paneth, 6
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אברהם חייים לעבאוויטש
Toby – Hand and foot protectors for rollerblading!
Simi Schwartz, 5
Yanky Friedman, telephone
The 5th Graders on Hammond Street
Laya Shimon, 5 – Mentchie rendition of Kabbalas HaTorah
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Raizy Breier, 9
Shloimy Bochner, 8, Har Sinai
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Yittel Tzirel Weinberger
The Mock Wedding on Decatur
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Shulem Biegeleisen, a castle
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TEACHERS/ASSIST Clifton Cheder (Passaic area) lower grades boys general studies dept. seeking warm, experienced teachers/ assistants. Growth oriented & supportive environment. Transp. not available. email@example.com. PRESCHOOL JOB OPPORTUNITY A chassidish school looking for positive growth oriented teachers with experience. We are also looking for assistants who are committed team workers and believe in children. Please call 845596-1934 WE ARE HIRING! Local Heimishe woman only business is looking to hire. Needs to be dedicated, sharp, tech savvy, and a quick learner. Great pay for the right candidate. Email resume to helpwantedinmonsey@ gmail.com EARLY INTERVENTION COORDINATOR A part-time employee to coordinator early intervention services for children with developmental delays. Candidate must have experience in service coordination activities, or a BA degree. Send resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
LOCAL PRESCHOOL seeking experienced office secretary. Proficient knowledge of Word and Excel needed. Candidate should be able to multitask well and have excellent communication etiquette as well as the ability to work successfully with others in the workplace. Please email teachershiringmonsey@ gmail.com POSITIONS AVAILABLE Join Our Team of Professional Educators at Yeshiva RSR Hirsch in Manhattan. Qualified elementary school teachers and moros for the 20/21 school year. Transportation available. Please send resume to email@example.com TEACHER & TUTOR Cheder in Monsey seeks; warm & creative Title 1 Tutor. warm and creative General Studies Teacher. Lower Elementary grades. Hours 1-4. Supportive environment. Send resumes to firstname.lastname@example.org POSITIONS AVAILABLE Ashira is accepting applications for teaching positions both in Limudei Kodesh and Limudei Chol. Masters and experience necessary. Please email resume to office@ ashirprogram.com
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TEACHING POSITIONS Yeshiva Spring Valley (boys) of Monsey now accepting resumes for the General Studies department for September 2020 - ‘21 School Year. Following Positions available: Elementary School Teachers (M-TH 12:45-4:00); Middle School ELA (M-TH 3:00-5:15); Middle School History ELA (M-TH 3:00-5:15) Teaching experience a must. Professional atmosphere and competitive salary. Please include references and email to gss@yeshivaspringvalley. org or FAX to 845-3568551 Attn: General Studies Principal ACCOUNTANT Boutique Accounting Practice looking for an experienced accountant to join our team. Email resume to: jobs. firstname.lastname@example.org or Fax resume to (646) 792-3313 GET HIRED! Resumes written and perfected. Many graduates successfully placed in their desired jobs. 845-659-6999 call or text. Lv. msg.
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HELP WANTED All Female bookkeeping office looking to hire. Great pay for the right individual. Please call 1917-624-0810 AMAZON EXPERT
Established company seeking an ecommerce and Amazon selling expert. Extensive knowledge of Amazon and/or Ebay/Walmart is required. Great growth opportunity for the right individual. (Also hiring entry level candidates for admin position). Please email resume marketplace10952@ gmail.com. OFFICE WORK Seeking F/T girl for office worker in heimishe kitchen design industry office located in Monsey. No experience needed, will train. Call Or Text 718-926-5415 SALESMAN WANTED Looking for a salesman for women’s outerwear. Please call 914-522-5086
Must have excellent customer service skills and experience in quickbooks.
Please email resume to: email@example.com F/T POSITION Local Retail Shop is looking to hire a F/T female secretary position. Must be responsible, multitasker and work well under pressure. Job includes data entry, managing daily receiving, and some QuickBooks. Email your resume: MONSEYJOB6508@ GMAIL.COM GREAT POTENTIAL
Local Heimishe Business has multiple openings within existing team. Great opportunity for right individual. Must be self-driven, proficient in excel and analytical. Hiring with or w/o experience. Excellent pay and potential. Email resume to humanresources10952@ gmail.com WORK FROM HOME WI-FI needed. Partner in business opening on-line shopping accounts for wellness. Perfect Plan A or B! Call for interview 845-4289566
F/T POSITION Looking for a female to fill a office position in a fast growing business, must be multi tasking and be able to solve problems, please email your resume to shia@shifl. com OFFICE JOB Female office looking for PT/ FT worker for data entry. Long Term Position. Basic computer skills needed. Fax Resume: 718-504-6032 Email: svinsofficejob@gmail. com LOCAL YESHIVA OFFICE Looking for p/t secretary/ admin assistant. Office tasks, program administration, answering phones, data entry, quickbooks etc. Please e-mail resume to: office@ baisbinyomin.org YESHIVA SPRING VALLEY– BOYS Seeks an experienced full time Lemudei Kodesh secretary for the upcoming school year. Qualified applicant may send a resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
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SECRETARY WANTED Local Chestnut Ridge based business seeks Full Time onsite secretary. Must have excellent customer service skills and experience in quickbooks. Please email resume to: servicess78@ gmail.com VIVID STUDIOS IS HIRING Part-time. Familiar with photography & photoshop (very strongly preferred) Excellent writing & grammar skills (a must) Email your resume to info@ vividstudiosny.com AMAZING JOB OPPORTUNITY Looking for someone to watch an adorable girl and boy after school. A lot of fun and great pay. Please call 646-995-8788 CASHIER WANTED Local Supermarket is looking for a responsible person to work as a cashier. Late afternoon and nights are must. If interested please call 845-667-2457 GRAPHIC DESIGNER A well known Graphic Design Firm in Monroe is looking to hire a girl with experience in Graphic design. Candidate must be well organized, motivated & have good English skills. email: firstname.lastname@example.org LOCAL PRESCHOOL hiring experienced warm, loving Morahs and assistants for the upcoming school year. Please send resume to teachershiringmonsey@ gmail.com
Gutter Guard Installation Cleaning and Repirs MONSEY GLATT SUPERMARKET is looking for a responsible, energetic, efficient person to put together grocery orders on Wednesday and Thursday. Call 845-642-0162 or 845425-0679 leave message.
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• BA degree OR a license as a Registered Nurse & 2 years of relevant experience OR a Master’s degree with one year of relevant experience • Bilingual in Yiddish or Hebrew is a plus! ACANY has been designated as a Care Coordination Organization/Health Home that is dedicated to meeting the needs of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) by providing comprehensive care management and coordination of services.
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BABYSITTING BABYSITTER AVAILABLE Experienced Babysitter available to babysit your baby during the day or overnight. Central location. 845 274 5450 BABYSITTER AVAILABLE Experienced babysitter available overnight and weekly. Plz call 845-200-4616 KIDDIE GROUP Small group forming for summer and next year with experienced teacher. Hana/ Suzanne Area. Ages 18-24 months. Call if interested 845 763 6936 DAY CARE Daycare for 3 year olds in Chestnut Ridge - Spring Hill area open for registration for the upcoming school year. 845-290-5039
SERVICES PROFESSIONAL HAIRCUTS Great prices. Call Miri 845426-7561
SALTWATER POOL Spotless heated saltwater pool is now available for group slots for the first half. To reserve call 917-755-2762 HYPNO BIRTHING DOULA Labor of love LOVE your birth experience, certified CD( DONA) Doula Malky Breuer 845 270 4330 845 362 3480 Malky@mbdoula.com MASSAGES
for women by a licensed massage therapist. Relax with a deep tissue, swedish, pre/ post natal massage. New Hempstead/New City area. Please call 845.201.8251 or email firstname.lastname@example.org REGISTERED DIETITIAN NUTRITIONIST Miriam Shurpin, MS, RD, CDN. Healthy Habits for a Lifetime. Insurance accepted 347 480 1670 rd@ miriamshurpin.com. www. miriamshurpin.com SEWING COURSE One on One, by Esty Krauss. Group forming now for high school girls. call or text 845662-5931. BEAUTIFUL HAIR Professional and Affordable Hair cutting and styling. Call Rachy: 845-821-5088
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TORAHANYTIME.COM On demand Torah lectures Video-Audio-download All for free Computer or App for iPhone/Android Or Hotline 718-298-2077. Yiddish Hebrew - English MARRIAGE & FAMILY COUNSELING
Warm, professional 25 years exp. Communication. Child & Teen behavorial issues. Dr Yisroel Kaplan, Please call for free phone consult 917-345-5750 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 CHILDBIRTH EDUCATION CLASSES To join the next class please call 845-426-0931. Tzippy Tauber CD (DONA)Certified Birth Doula BOXSPOT Treat your friends and family to beautifully packaged Brunch, Lunch, Salad and Muffin Boxes delivered to their doorstep. To order or for more info, please call/ text 347.563.3508 or email email@example.com
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Learn graphics this summer! Join experienced instructor Mrs. Sura’la Wachsman and master Adobe Photoshop, InDesign and Illustrator in a warm, heimishe setting. Small classes. No internet. Call 845.356.2101 Text 917.474.6826 GUITAR LESSONS by Moshe Klaver, for beginners of all ages. Very motivating and patient teacher. References available. (845) 746-0925. Shomer Shabbos PIANO LESSONS Experienced teacher for beginners and advanced piano lessons. Centrally located on Herrick ave. Call Mrs Grunner 8454597240
Part Time Bookkeeper needed Established manufacturer 20 minutes from Monsey looking to hire experienced bookkeeper for part time. Primary Job Responsibilities: AR, AP, Payroll, manage company's bank, accounts and credit cards, all Month and Year end Accounting functions, Quickbooks. Must have 2 years experience. Great Pay! Must have own transportation.
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MY FAST PHOTOSHOP Full amazon photography packaging+ one free listing optmization. Myfastphotoshop.com 212463-8880 BAR MITZVAH PHOTOGRAPHY Quality and affordable bar mitzvah photography by Moshe Grunfeld call 917858-1054 or email moshe@ moshegrunfeld.com DEBT RELIEF having trubble with finances? join Debtors Anonymous Tuesday night @ 19 Robert Pitt # 113 , 7:30-8:30pm. visit www. debtorsanonymous.org
PICK UPS 845-461-3084 MATH TURORING Regents/GED/TASC/SAT/ ACT Common Core, Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, Precalculus, Calculus, Physics ALL Grades/Levels. call: 845-445-8003 MPOWER CLUB Now at HOBBY HOUSE! Groups and walk-ins for girls, boys and adults. Evening groups for men and bachurim. OPWDD Accepted. 845-605-2289 info@ mpowerclub.org
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BECOME A LIFE COACH FROM THE COMFORT OF YOUR OWN HOME COACH TRAINING WITH RENOWNED COACH MIRYAM WERDYGER
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MATH ANXIETY? I can help! All ages. All levels. Regents, SAT Prep, CLEPS, AP courses. Remediation and Enrichment also available Linda 845.538.5319 LABEL IT Custom Labels for any occasion! Births, Bar Mitzvahs, Sheva Brachos etc. Your monograms, logos & photos accepted. Call, text or whatsapp 845-659-8945 Email: Labelitcustomdesigns@ gmail.com
ODDS & ENDS SEEKING DONATIONS Of toys, arts & crafts, or supplies, in good condition, for a Heimishe Moised. Call 845.500.3100 PHOTOGRAPHY STUDIO in Monroe looking for 2-3-year-old boy to photograph for advertising. Offering free outdoor session + editing. Email photo and phone number to firstname.lastname@example.org TRAVELING FIRST CLASS TO E’’Y? Need a shliach mitzvah to take along suitcase of toys and clothing for aniyei E”Y. Yasher Koach 425-3626
COMMERCIAL KITCHEN Looking to rent or share a commercial (Fleishig) kitchen with walk-in freezer. Please call/text 201-293-6263
GEMACHIM ACCESSORIES BASKET To place in the Chasunah Hall. Monsey halls only. No fee. 845-371-6857 BECHER GEMACH Real bechers from our free-loan gemach. 845-377KOS1(5671) KosYeshuos@ gmail.com BED REST? We do the laudry for you. 213-7437 (also looking for volunteers) 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 BEAUTIFUL BENCHERS (not Zemiros) 845-642-0910
BRIS GEMACH located in Central Monsey. 617-955-3630. poya, pillow case, outfit, blanket. BRIS GEMACH Located on Blauvelt Rd. 356-6215 poya, outfit, blanket and hat. BRIS PILLOW GEMACH and benchers with tfilos for bris and pidyon haben: 845213-0602 BRIS GEMACH beautiful bris outfit w hat, poya and pillowcase. Suzzane area 845 425 8359 BRIS GEMACH Outfit, blanket and poia 845 425 3873 COAT RACK Coat racks and hangers for your simcha. 845-356-9841
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BABY GEMACH short term loans of carseats, pack n plays, strollers, pumps and more! 845.397.7724 or visit soralasbabygemach. com.
CHUPPAH TEFILLOS tefillos and tehillim booklets for the chupa time 845-2130602. CHUPPAH GEMACH Green velvet portable Chuppah. 845-425-4790 CLOTHING GEMACH Accepting only gently used clothing to be donated to local families. please text 8456625931 E. Krauss DVD/VIDEO GEMACH DVDS and portable players for sick and homebound adults and children.425-2660 DOONA CAR SEAT GEMACH If you need a doona for any medical reason or for any other reason for a short period of time Please call 845-445-7474 DRESS GEMACH Gr8 for close simchas! Adorable white & white/black tulle/lace kids dresses (not gowns) to rent at $10 and sell @ $16. Sz 2-10. 3711765. EAR-PLUG GEMACH for ba’alei simcha to protect your guests’ hearing. Baby headsets also available. 845202 -0105. FLORAL BISOMIM for your Simcha - 845-6292785.
HEAD COUNSELOR For a small day and evening program of young adults for chesed organization. Responsible for planning and coordinating all summer activities for a group of 10 young women. Head Counselor must be organized, highly creative and energetic. Should be responsible, mature and able to supervise and oversee 2 Junior Counselors. Leave Message: 845-354-3233 ext.1120 or email resume firstname.lastname@example.org
CHUPAH CARDS Lucite cards. 845.222.0456
supplies. donate/receive. 845746-8293.
FREE MOVING BOXES Standard egg carton boxes (eg. Evergreen boxes). We are located in Chestnut Ridge. Call/text between 8-10:30pm. (845) 641-5536
FORMULA GEMACH chani @ 347-267-3640 or Miriam 216-889-3643
FREE BOXES for moving (mostly egg carton size). 845-425-6826 or 845-608-7830. Donations of flattened boxes are always welcome! FREE ADVICE with OPWDD/self direction and community classes. call 1201 892 0526 email email@example.com GOWN GEMACH mother and sister gowns size 0-12, by apt only. 845-4267496 or 845-352-3031. GPS GEMACH Brand new, updated, with traffic. 845-352-2588 Leave msg. (Minimal fee) ISRAEL GPS No fee. English or Hebrew. Must reserve in advance by email at IsraelGPS@gngroup. com GOWN GEMACH. South Monsey Ladies gowns and petticoat gemach.call or text after 5pm. 347-278-1278 NEW GOWN GEMACH sisters of the Kallah/chasson. Adult Size 0-12. 845-517- 8808 HOSPITAL SUPPLIES inc. TPN equipment, feeding pumps, NG tubes, & feeding
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& Thurs 8-9 pm. Please call before 845-290-8319 GEMACH מוהלים We are ready to sharpen your knives. 718-384-6214 טייערע כלה נוצט אויס דעם יום החופה מיט אן אלבום וואס ענטהאלט , שיעורים, הדרכה,השקפה וואכן פאר4 רעזעווירט.תפילות 845-352-2560 די חתונה KALLAH ACCESSORY GEMACH Everything you need for the kallah (except for the gown) Crown, veil, shoes, decktich, fur cape 845-426-0767 לעילוי נשמת We can arrange to have the whole ששה סדרי משנה learned לעילוי נשמתyour loved ones! Call /Text (917) 720-6392 / chofetzmishna@ gmail.com 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 PIDYON HABEN GEMACH Located in Wesley Hills. Call/ Text 845-579-2351 or email gemach.pidyonhaben@ gmail.com
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Call today! 845.263.0611 PHONE GEMACH free of charge for as long as necessary. 845 579 5538 PIDYON HABEN coins, silver tray, lace box, outfit 845-426-1681 845-6427256 REFLECTOR GEMACH: having guests or having a simcha and need reflectors 347-977-6816 SHIFRA PUAH DOULA Please call to register in advance. 845-587-1649 SIDDUR GEMACH Sfard: Friedman 845-6087830 Ashkenaz: Shulman845 352 1756 or 845-826-6718 SIDDUR/CHUMASH 558.4774 SOUND SYSTEM GEMACH Speakers, mikes, mixers, cables 917-382-8809 SUITCASE GEMACH 845-371-9121 SHULERT APP Daven at the perfect Minyan with Shulert! https://www. shulert.com SCHOOL SUPPLIES GEMACH Accepting donations. New or gently used. 862-505-9546
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 TICHEL GEMACH To receive or donate 845-3717504 TICHEL GEMACH Donations welcome. 845548-0014 TOY GEMACH 3 different sets of exciting toys available for free to help you and your children enjoy your simcha. Call/text Rifki Zimmerman 917-538-3453. TABLECLOTH GEMACH Beautiful Tablecloths for your simchas 352-8292
THE WEDDING KIT All necessities for Kallah/ Chosson’s family for the wedding night. Leili Nishmas: Perel Gela Bas R’ Shloima. 845-371-2947 WE ACCEPT clothing, shoes and household items in brand new condition. To donate or receive call 347-731-3851. SHABBOS SIMCHA GEMACH Becher, Challah deklich, Zemiros, Benchers… 845425-0498
DRESSES/GOWNS GOLD GOWN Adorable gold gown by Dassy available to buy or rent. Toddler size 4. Call 422-5596 for more info GOWN FOR RENT
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WEDDING HAIR PIECES for children 3473001679 WEDDING KIT for Machetunim to take along. 845-425-2036
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שמחת הפארשפיל לבן האדמו"ר מסקולען
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שמחת הבר מצוה ומעמד הנחת תפילין לבן הרה"צ ר' שמואל ארי' עקשטיין
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158 Rt. 59 - Monsey NY 10952
על שם ר׳ רפאל בן ר׳ אהרן ז״ל
HATZOLOH OF ROCKLAND COUNTY Wishes to express much gratitude and appreciation to the heroes who stood behind us throughout the Coronavirus crises, by sponsoring equipment and extending crucial forms of assistance, enabling our frontline rescue workers to save countless lives:
CUFF AND CO.
PRESIDENT AVROHOM WEISS
KC GRILL CHICK N/CHUCK A special “Thank You!” to those who assisted us so devotedly during our recent campaign:
EVERGREEN SUPERMARKET • SHOPPERS HAVEN EXXON ON THE HILL • SLICE AND SPICE • YF PRODUCTION YOFFEE COFFEE • KOSHER CASTLE We wish you continued success in every way. We are proud to have you in our community!
EMERGENCY # HATZOLOH EMS
PHOTO CREDIT: JDN
האדמו"ר מסקולען בביקור אצל אדמור"ים להזמין לשמחת החתונה של בנו
הגה"צ ר' יוחנן וואזנער ראב"ד סקווירא מקיים מצוות ביקור חולים אין 'פיין וועלי' נורסינג האום יישר כח פאר ר' אברהם אלטר פראמאוויטש פון CLEAR CUTפאר'ן אראנדזשירן דעם באזוך
וואלונטירן פון וועד העירוב ביים פאררעכטן דעם עירוב ביי די 'האנגרי האללאו קאנסטראקשען'
אנטדעקונג פון די ארגינעלער אויווען פון הרה"ק רבי ישעי׳לע קערעסטירער זי"ע בביתו נאוה קודש אין שטאט קערעסטיר אונגארן בשעת׳ן אנהייבן איבערבויען זיין הייליגע קאך
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על שם ר׳ רפאל בן ר׳ אהרן ז״ל
School Rebbyim, Teachers and Staff Members Over the last year Hatzoloh EMS has trained and equipped close to 60 individuals such as yourselves, in 15 of our Mosdos and Schools to be the first responders should a medical emergency occur in the school setting even before Hatzoloh EMS members arrive at the scene.
These individuals have been trained as N.Y. State Certified First Responders, and operate in our school system as part of Hatzoloh EMS’s School Division. Hatzoloh EMS will be starting additional classes shortly. We will be offering separate classes for both men and women staff members. These classes will run through the summer months and complete in October. If you are an employee in any of our community educational Mosdos and would like to participate in this unique program we would be glad to send you more detailed information.
For additional information, please send an email to
email@example.com or call 845.323.2606
EMERGENCY # HATZOLOH EMS
PHOTO CREDIT: JDN
שמחת הברית של נכד האדמורי"ם מסאטמאר ,קאזלאוו מאנסי ,טערצאל
ניחום אבלים אצל הגה"צ גאב"ד סאטמאר מאנסי
יושב על פטירת אביו הרב החסיד ר' משה יודא בן הגאון האדיר פוסק הדור מרן שמואל הלוי -בעל שבט הלוי זצ"ל
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401 W ROUTE 59 MONSEY, NY 10952 845-517-0215
PHOTO CREDIT: JDN
שמחת החתונה של בת הגה"צ אב"ד באבוב מאנסי שליט"א
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Contents FYI: BARNS
FREE ISSUE 252 JUNE 10, 2020
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FROM FARM TO TABLE A BARN IN THE BACKYARD Locals share what it’s like to care for their feathered and furry farm friends
TICKING ALL THE BOXES A precautionary tale for the summer season
BREAKING DOWN THE PLANTING PROCESS A step-by-step guide to growing your own garden
SNACK IN A POP Chilly, filling summer treats
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Inside the Pyramid
Week in Review
The Cuckoo Clock
93 // Food 104 //
A Farm Out Back
Under the Radar
Covid-19 Time Capsule
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