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KEEPING PESTS OUT (Re: Inbox, Issue 253) As an avid gardener of both plants and vegetables, I can assure you that only one thing will keep those squirrels and deer away, and that’s a galvanized chicken wire fence completely enclosing your planting area. Squirrels love to root into plants and dig them up, while deer will eat just about any growing thing. My rosebush was blooming one day and bloomless the next. I had a beautiful border of hosta, which was totally devoured overnight. I tried deer-repellent spray, deer-repellent stations, capsules, sheitel hair, garlic and whatnot. Don’t waste your money. I finally gave up planting impatiens around my trees and poked plastic flowers into the ground. They bloom year-round. As for my vegetable garden, it is now fully enclosed in a six-foot-tall wire fence and thriving. I also put wiring around my porch plant pots, and though I’ve seen squirrels try to reach the plant, it seems not to be worth their effort. R.S.

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GOT MILK? (Re: Inbox, Issue 253) A letter-writer requested tips and ideas that use milk. I’d like to share how I get a week’s worth of homemade Greek yogurt out of one small container of yogurt and a bottle of milk: Boil almost a whole (half-gallon) bottle of milk until it reaches 180°. Close the flame, and allow it to cool to 110°. Pour one plain Greek yogurt into a bowl. Add the cooled milk to cover the yogurt, and blend until smooth. Then pour in the rest of the cooled milk and stir well until a smooth mixture is formed. Cover the bowl with a lid, wrap it in a blanket, and place the bowl in a cool, closed oven for between 20 and 24 hours. Then refrigerate the yogurt for eight hours — and enjoy! Serve with blueberries, granola, or any desired topping, and a sprinkle of sugar or Splenda for added goodness. S.C.

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The past year has seen the frum community initiate a number of grassroots movements to positively affect our treatment at the hands of the government. From our children’s chinuch, to protection from anti-Semitic attacks, to the easing of lockdown measures, nobody can deny the need for our community to have a powerful voice in Albany and Washington, D.C. Imagine if there were a quick and easy way for every one of us to make a tangible and direct impact in this area, all without signing petitions, swiping credit cards, or writing on public forums. What’s more, imagine if our neighbors were taking full advantage of this opportunity, while our community was lagging way behind! In recent weeks, worried askanim and leading officials at Monsey’s Community Outreach Center have begun sounding the alarm about the lackluster local response to the 2020 census. A look at the publicly available government maps shows that while other areas in Rockland boast a response rate of over 80%,

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A BRIEF CONVERSATION

with Rabbi Hershel Horowitz, Executive Director at Community Outreach Center (COC)

WHAT MOTIVATED THE COC TO GET INVOLVED IN THIS CENSUS CAMPAIGN?

Our team has also set up a special phone bank to assist community members with completing the census. The direct line is 845-678-9833.

As Monsey’s most prominent community support group, local residents constantly contact us for help with governmental affairs. Many requests — regarding things like school property tax reductions, roadway repairs, or updated infrastructure — relate to matters where the state and federal government provide some funding based on how many residents live in each area. It turns out that our community is underfunded because we were underrepresented on the previous census report. We are determined to not let this happen again and have taken the initiative to mobilize the community.

IN ADDITION TO FUNDING LOCAL PROJECTS, HOW WOULD THIS AFFECT OUR GOVERNMENT REPRESENTATION?

WHAT IS YOUR ORGANIZATION CURRENTLY DOING AS PART OF THIS CAMPAIGN? We have set the ambitious goal of reaching a 100% response rate within the next few weeks. We are publishing promotional material in Yiddish and English and utilizing all of our resources to help spread the word about the importance of every family submitting their completed form.

People might not know this, but each congressional and state assembly district changes every ten years based on the census data. There are many factors that go into determining the shape and size of each district, but the total population is number one on this list. Right now, our community is split into three parts and does not have our own assembly district, which means that we lack true representation in Albany. I believe that with large enough numbers, we can get our very own assembly representative.

HOW DID OUR COMMUNITY FARE IN THE 2010 CENSUS? It pains me to say this, but the government publicly shares the data, and over a third of our community households did not return their census forms. This number might be even higher, as the estimates don’t include the new developments and multi-family houses that have recently sprung up around Monsey. Who knows how much we’ve missed out on because of this? We can’t let this happen again. We owe it to ourselves, our family, neighbors and Acheinu Bnei Yisroel.

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Some may not realize that we’ll never get our share of the pie if we don’t officially exist in accurate numbers! the frum areas in and around Monsey are barely seeing half of that! The number of families who complete their census form does not merely determine how our areas will be counted in official government statistics; the effects are painfully real. In addition to proper representation, there are a host of federal and state programs that are divvied up based on the number of residents in each area. In our community, the results of the census carry extra weight because nearly every household has more family members than the national average of three to four people. Even if authorities try to approximate the amount of non-responses, they would assume that they are missing only a couple of individuals per household when the gap is actually much larger. The census is a tradition as old as the U.S. Constitution itself. The Founding Fathers wanted a decennial (recurring every ten years) census carried out to count all citizens and non-citizens in the new country to ensure that everyone has proper representation. Every ten years, the federal government undertakes the monumental task of tracking down every last person in our great country. Around half a million workers are hired to help achieve this goal! The mountain of accumulated information takes months to sort through and serves many vital purposes. The federal government uses these numbers to allocate nearly $700 billion annually for social programs and services such as education programs,

housing and community development, hospitals and health care services, and much more. Closer to home, state and local authorities use census data to improve

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tation systems, build new roads and bridges, improve local infrastructure, determine the location and size of police and fire departments,

and to launch many other projects. There isn’t a single Monsey resident who believes that we don’t urgently need improved infrastructure and traffic systems. This also means that there isn’t a single Monsey resident who should skip out on submitting his census form when every submission directly translates to thousands of dollars in federal funding. We’ve all heard talk about President Trump’s infrastructure plans, but some may not realize that we’ll never get our share of the pie if we don’t officially exist in accurate numbers! The job of collecting census data has evolved over time, and this year it’s as easy as ever to submit our census forms. This can easily be done online at 2020census.gov, by mailing back the form you’ve received in the mail, or by contacting Community Outreach Center’s census phone bank at 845-678-9833. The questions are all simple and straightforward, and the government is banned from using or sharing any of the confidential data collected. All information is kept 100% anonymous and safe. Social security numbers aren’t requested, and a recent Supreme Court ruling removed the citizenship question from this year’s census, which means that nobody has anything to fear by promptly filling out their census form. With the community reeling from COVID-19 and counting on federal recovery funds, there is no better time than right now to fulfill our legal, moral and ethical obligation to one another. Let us proudly proclaim the power and achdus of Klal Yisroel and do our part by filling out the 2020 census! Ki sisa es rosh Bnei Yisroel. Publicly available government data showing the percentage of returned 2020 Census forms in and around the Monsey area.


THE IMPORTANCE: BILLIONS OF FUTURE DOLLARS IN FEDERAL FUNDING will be

allocated to more than 100 government programs that our community needs, based on the number of people who are counted. The greater the response to the Census, the greater the funding we receive.

THE NUMBER OF GOVERNMENT REPRESENTATIVES allocated

for our district, in all levels of government, will be decided based on our Census response. Increased representation will result in more decisions being made in our community’s favor.

THE IMPACT:  Improved highways, roads and sidewalks  More money for Medicaid, local parks and numerous other programs  More money for hospitals and health services including COVID-19 funding  More money for education programs

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n March 18, President Trump signed the Families First Coronavirus Response Act of 2020 into law. This Act included the Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer (P-EBT) Food Benefits to households with children who would have received free or reduced-price school meals, if not for school closure. The P-EBT food benefits are to cover the cost of lunch for eligible students for the March through June period, and this program is in addition to the meal curbside pickup or delivery programs implemented at local schools. The maximum amount awarded for these months will be approximately $420 per school-age child. All children that attended Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) schools, meaning all students at the school received free or reduced-price school lunches since the majority of the student body is low-income and thus qualifies, are eligible to receive P-EBT food benefits. If a child attends a non-CEP school, then they only qualify for these benefits if the family is a recipient of SNAP And/or Temporary Assistance. Eligible families do not need to apply for their P-EBT food benefits. Rather, the benefits will automatically be issued to a family’s EBT card if they are a SNAP recipient. All nonrecipients who are covered under Medicaid will possibly receive their benefits to their Medicaid Benefit Identification Card (CBIC). The State will dispense the funds in two stages over the next two months. If a child receives free or reduced-price school lunch, but the family does not receive SNAP or TA benefits, nor do they receive Medicaid, a notice addressed to the child will be sent via mail with information on how to access the benefits. Parents do not need to apply for these benefits. The Office of Child Nutrition at the NY State Education Department reached out to eligible non-public schools to collect enrollment rosters to determine entitlement. All P-EBT food benefits will remain valid and accessible for a full year and, similar to SNAP, can be used only for the purchase of food from supermarkets.

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CHAPTER SIXTY Recap: Elisheva finally learns how the yad had gotten from Binyamin’s jacket to under the fridge. After her father mentions Miri’s jealousy of Tzippy’s big apartment, Elisheva does some hard thinking about the way she raised her kids. She’d always wanted to give them everything and had found it very difficult when she realized that it was not possible — but she’d never allowed herself to admit that it was difficult. “Grew up happy?” Eliyahu did not understand the question. Only when evening fell did she have time to tell him about her worries. Even then, she only shared the basic idea, because she knew that she could not possibly put all of her detailed thoughts into words, and there was only an infinitesimal chance that he would fully understand her anyway. “Happy? One minute. Shloimy!” he raised his voice. Pajama-clad Shloimy came running out to the big porch. “Shloimy, are you happy?” “Huh?” “Are you happy?” Eliyahu repeated. Elisheva smiled from her vantage point on the side. “Sure,” Shloimy said. “Why?” Eliyahu probed. “Because… I don’t know why. Tatty, do you let me play with Nati for a little longer before we fall asleep?” “Five more minutes. But one more second; tell me, please, were you happy in the old house also?” “Sure.” “But it was so crowded there.” “So what? It was annoying sometimes,

but what does that have to do with it?” They didn’t get a chance to ask him what didn’t have to do with what, because he was already gone. “Tatty, did you call me?” Meir stepped out onto the porch a few moments later, rattling the box of apricot pits that he held between his palms. “You know, this morning I had 186 of them, but I became a partner with Motty Rozinsky from the other class, and now we have 346!” “A recipe for trouble,” Elisheva muttered. “Tell me, Meir, are you content?” his father asked him. “Content?” He smiled, a confused type of smile. “Is content happy?” “Yes.” “Then yes. Tell me, Tatty, if I play a game with these pits, and I lose some of them, does my loss have to get split between me and Rozinsky?” “Depends what you made up with him beforehand,” Eliyahu replied, glancing at Elisheva. “Call Esti,” she told Eliyahu with a smile. “If you’re doing a sample survey here, then you need to have both genders represented.” Esti arrived. “Usually yes,” she answered the question solemnly.

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between Esti and Meir.” “Maybe I’ll ask Shuey, when he gets back. But do you need more proof that our kids are happy and content, baruch Hashem?” “It would be interesting to hear what the older ones would answer if you would ask them if they grew up content and which experiences they remember from their early childhood,” Elisheva said. “Although I don’t believe that they would tell you even if it was sometimes hard for them. They are too polite and well raised.” “There is no such thing as too well raised,” Eliyahu declared. “They, baruch Hashem, grew up very well, and that’s it.” Shuey arrived home at twenty to ten, and Eliyahu had just managed to hear his terse and simple answer to the question — “Content? Uh, yeah...” — when someone knocked at the door. “Devorah or Riki!” Elisheva called from the fleishig counter to her daughters who were sitting in the dining room and folding laundry. “Are one of you getting the door?” “Tatty?” Riki called tentatively after a few moments. “Can you come to the door?” Eliyahu emerged from Shuey’s room and reached out to open the door. “Wait, Tatty!” Riki’s whisper stopped him. “Look through the peephole. That man looks a little strange.” Eliyahu looked, squinted for a moment, and then he pulled back the lock bar. “Hello,” he said, studying the person standing in front of him, from his shiny brown pate to the tips of his worn-out gray shoes. “Good evening, good evening,” the man replied heartily. His suspicious appearance made Riki and Devorah gape at one another in horror. “May I come in, Mr. Botolsky?” “What is this about?” Eliyahu replied pleasantly.

“Something very important, Mr. Botolsky. But it’s not for me or for you to stand here in the stairwell.” He lowered his gaze to the floor. “Nice work, very nice,” he complimented them, or the anonymous tile setter. “Last year we did an apartment in the building next door. On the second floor. Their name is Lev. It cost them four hundred thousand shekels, those renovations, but they were very happy. Very. Can I come in, Mr. Botolsky?”

“Look through the peephole. That man looks a little strange.” “Who are you, sir?” Eliyahu asked. Not that the fear of his anxiously whispering daughters standing behind him was contagious or anything, but he also didn’t like bringing anonymous Arabs, who knocked at the door for no defined reason, into the house. “My name is Jalib. Jalib means the winner, but not with knives — don’t worry.” He grinned widely and turned his pockets inside out, demonstratively. “Everyone in Bnei Brak knows me for twenty-seven years already. I do apartments, one by one. And I want to tell you something important about this house.” He stood calmly, and Eliyahu vacillated. “Do you learn in kollel, Mr. Botolsky? Ask anyone there about Jalib the contractor. I’m sure that for every three people who don’t know me, there will be one who does.” Eliyahu overcame his hesitation. “All right, come in.” “Mommy, Mommy!” The two girls burst into the kitchen in a panic, with Shuey hot on their heels, more amused than hysterical. “Tatty brought an Arab into the house!” “An Arab who wants to tell


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him something important about our house, and he doesn’t have knives,” Devorah concluded in an ominous tone. “What?” Elisheva hurried toward the kitchen door. She managed to see the man settling himself down on the wide sofa. Before Eliyahu managed to say anything, the guest cleared his throat and began to sing: “V’afilu b’hasturah, shebetochasturah, bevadai gamsham nimtzu Hashemyisburach. V’afilu b’hasturah…” He smiled and leaned back onto the couch, pulling a packet of cigarettes out of his green shirt pocket. “You see, I even know Yiddish.” “That song is not in Yiddish,” Eliyahu replied, and then regretted it. “But what’s the difference… So, what would you like to tell me, Mr. Jalib?” “I came to tell you that —” the Arab’s teeth gleamed “— that you won the lottery!” “What?” “The lottery, the lottery, you know what that is, right? Anyone who knows me knows that when I do their renovations, it’s like winning the lottery.” Elisheva, who had been standing at the kitchen doorway until now, took a step toward the dining room. If this Arab had come to tell them that they had won some obscure raffle, she might faint. No, she wouldn’t faint, because this was almost becoming routine already, but she would feel like…. Like something was going to happen to her. Wait a minute. He hadn’t said anything about a raffle; it was just a play on words. He was referring to renovations. He had come to offer his work to make the unit for her father. But how did he know about that? And where had she seen him before? “So why do you think we won the lottery?” Eliyahu asked, in that same pleasant, patient tone. “I still don’t know when and how

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we are planning to renovate and whom to hire for the job.” “Me,” Jalib said, with a chuckle. “Of course, me.” “But wait.” Eliyahu woke up three seconds late. “How do you know that we want to renovate something in the first place?” “You really don’t need much here,” Jalib said. “Such a nice house, new, all frish. Why renovate? But you want to renovate for your old grandfather, right? So he should have a room with a counter and a sink, yes? I know.” “How do you know?” Eliyahu queried. Elisheva found herself staring at the man intensely, swallowing every word of this strange conversation. Shuey and the girls

speaking. “My grandfather came to my house and told me that there is a Botolsky family in Bnei Brak, good people. And he wants me to build them whatever they ask, for free, because he owes them something.” He smiled, and then finished triumphantly, “So here I am. Just tell me what you want, give me plans, and we can start.” Eliyahu gaped at him. “Really?” he said finally. “Really, my grandfather came to me in a dream, Mr. Botolsky. Did you know him?” “I certainly did not.” “What’s the matter, Eliyahu?” Elisheva’s voice was as cold as ice. “This gentleman wants to do our renovations, for free.” Eli-

“Really, my grandfather came to me in a dream, Mr. Botolsky. Did you know him?” were as riveted as she was. “I know everything!” Jalib chuckled again. “I had a dream. I know everything from my dreams.” Eliyahu rose. He regretted having allowed this man inside; he didn’t look quite all there. Now he had to figure out a way to gently show him to the door — the sooner, the better. “Sit, sit, Mr. Botolsky. Don’t lose your lottery because you are in a hurry,” the Arab urged. “I’ll tell you about my dream, all right? Listen.” He lowered his voice, and Elisheva sent the girls to their room with a motion of her hand. She tried to catch Eliyahu’s eye. What did he have to talk to this Arab about? Why wasn’t he sending him away already — or rather, why had he let him in in the first place? “My dream was on Wednesday night. No, the night after Wednesday.” He took out his cigarette, gazed up at the ceiling for a moment, and then continued

yahu’s voice was a bit strange. She didn’t know if it was because he was in shock, or if he was choking on his laughter. If she would laugh now, it would be a totally hysterical cackle. “Enough with these stories already,” she declared. “Renovate for free? I don’t believe a word.” “For free, for free!” Jalib repeated, and fixed his gaze on Eliyahu. “My grandfather said!” “And did your grandfather also give you our address?” Eliyahu asked, very seriously. “Because there is another Potolsky in Bnei Brak; maybe they need the renovations more than we do, and you made a mistake with the address.” “He said here,” the greenshirted contractor insisted. “Precisely here?” “Here, here.” There was silence in the large dining room, and then Jalib began humming “Vafilu b’hasturah” again, but something in the air was too tense, and his voice faded out quickly.


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“Give me your phone number, Mr. Jalib,” Eliyahu said finally, after exchanging wordless glances with Elisheva. “My wife and I will discuss it. If we want you to do the renovations, we will call you.” “No, no,” Jalib insisted. “We don’t finish this way. My grandfather said I have to make you a beautiful room for your grandpa, and I’ll even give you an air conditioning unit for free! I do very good work. Ask all your friends, Mr. Botolsky.” “That’s very nice of your grandfather,” Eliyahu said cautiously. “Tell him I said so, the next time you dream about him. And it’s nice of you, as well, very nice. But we don’t decide about renovations in one minute like that. We need to think and plan and see. If we want, we’ll call you.” Never, Elisheva was mouthing. Even if all the men in Eliyahu’s kollel knew a contractor named Jalib, and they all said he was reliable and did fantastic work, she would still not hire him. There was a limit to the number of crazy stories she was ready to swallow like an innocent lamb. But even without hiring him to renovate anything, the visit itself was something she was not ready to swallow either. Jalib stood up, a bit defeated. “Who sent you?” Elisheva spoke up. “My grandfather,” he said. “In a dream.” Silently, Elisheva snorted to herself. Aloud she said, “No.” “Yes,” he insisted. “No.” She was just as insistent. “Yes,” Jalib said, and walked to the door. “I’ll tell him it’s not working out for you…” He spoke with an ominous expression on his face. “You’re like steel, stubborn. Why? Why don’t you want to make a nice apartment for your grandpa? Don’t you love him?” “We love him very much,” Eliyahu said soothingly. “We’ll see… Give me your phone number.” “Why did you take his num-

ber?” Elisheva asked as soon as the door had been double-locked behind the contractor’s back. “I don’t want to hire him for the job even if… even if he pays us to work here, okay? This whole story is suspicious, inside and out.” “I took his number to help you do your detective work with your British friend!” Eliyahu laughed, as Riki, Devorah and Shuey all burst in from the kitchen, hankering for details about the strange visit. “So, do you agree with me that

Shuey asked. “Is it also connected to Tzippy’s wedding, and U’shemartem, and the cuckoo clock and everything?” Riki asked, as if it was already agreed-upon by all of them that none of those things were really what they were presented as being. “I don’t know.” Eliyahu bit his lip. Elisheva looked at her children for a minute, and also remained silent. She and Eliyahu had both shared this hunch for some time

There was a limit to the number of crazy stories she was ready to swallow like an innocent lamb.

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he is totally not trustworthy?” “Of course he’s not.” “So what can this mean?” Elisheva opened the porch door wide to air out the dining room from the smoke that the man had left behind. “Something dangerous? I’m afraid he’s connected to an Arab terrorist group or something.” “It doesn’t look like it.” Eliyahu stepped out onto the porch, looking down below at the figure of the contractor growing more distant on Chazon Ish street. “How can you know whether he’s a terrorist or not?” “His face seems a bit familiar to me.” “You too?!” She stopped. “I feel the same way!” “Yes. I think he really is a wellknown contractor in the city.” Elisheva leaned on the railing and looked down, too. From such a distance, in the dark, it was hard for her to really see clearly, but… “One minute,” she said suddenly. “I think he renovated the yard at my father’s nursing home! I saw him hanging around there a few times, about half a year ago.” “Right, I also think it’s him,” Eiyahu agreed, after mulling it over. “So what’s the strange story about donating a renovation?”

already, and it was only growing stronger. Someone had apparently decided to take them on as their charity case, and he did not stop even when the excuses and the drama he was creating went beyond good taste. “I just hope that the next step won’t be a dead monkey full of golden coins that will land in our dining room,” she muttered to herself, out of earshot of Shuey and the girls. “It’s not so easy to toss a monkey through a window on the sixth floor,” Eliyahu said with a suppressed chuckle. “Based on the talents this anonymous person has displayed until now, it sounds like he has the ability to send helicopters up in the air on a whim, so don’t be so sure of yourself,” Elisheva remarked, reluctantly smiling along with him. She knew she’d be calling Blumi back the next day. It hadn’t been nice to ignore her call earlier today, and it was even ruder to get back to her only because she wanted something from her. But she would apologize and do it, even if it was neither polite nor friendly. Her desire to know who was behind all of this had reared its head full-force once again. To be continued...


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AL: You are a staunch Republican. You were one of the first members of Congress to endorse Donald Trump for the presidency. You are an honorary chairman of the president’s reelection committee. Yet, you are also a recipient of the Chamber of Commerce’s Jefferson-Hamilton Award for bipartisanship. Does working across the aisle make you less of a conservative Republican? Does it compromise your ideological purity? TR: I don’t see it that way. I am a proud Republican. I am a proud fiscal conservative, but I am willing to stay in the room and have a conversation. I know what I believe in, and I know what my positions are, but I am willing to listen. That comes from my mom. My dad died at 48, and my mom raised all twelve of us by herself. She taught me early on that when we treat people with respect, good things will happen. That’s how I try to conduct myself. The Problem Solvers Caucus is an offshoot of that. It is full of members who want to get to “yes” and want to find common ground. We can yell at each other all day long, but if you’re not getting something done, why are you in Congress? We are there to fight the fight and see what we can do to move the needle in a positive way. AL: Did your time as Mayor of Corning impact your work in promoting problem-solving bipartisanship in Congress? TR: Sure. When working with the city council, I al-

ways found that the best policy was to get away from 30-second soundbites and have a dialogue that you can agree on, because if both sides have common ownership, that is when you are united. If you look at the history of America, it is the time when we are united that we are strongest. It doesn’t mean that I shy away from my philosophy. It doesn’t mean that I am not proud of what I believe in, but I am willing to have a conversation and get through the yelling. AL: The Problem Solvers Caucus was founded in

2017. Looking back over the years since its founding, which legislative achievement would you be most proud of? TR: The biggest thing from an institutional per-

spective is that we reformed the House rules in the last congressional session. At the beginning of Speaker Pelosi’s tenure, we came together as 50 members, Republican and Democrat, to demand that if you have 290 co-sponsors, you are now guaranteed a vote on the floor of the house. That was our rule reform, and it allowed members to be rewarded for working together. We used this new reform to

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TR: It may contribute to some of this, and it is a problem, but I find that most members of Congress go to Congress to do something. They really want to be there, because they have a passion for serving the country and their constituents. I still have Tea Party support, because I am honest with my voters. Genuineness is the solution to gerrymandering. If a member is only concerned about reelection, then gerrymandering is an issue. Gerrymandering can produce members that are not intellectually committed and are only there for someone to open the door for them and call them “sir” or “ma’am.” We need to get rid of such people in Washington. The more that we can get genuine, goodfaith people in D.C., the better the country will respond. AL: The varied responses to the COVID-19 pandemic appear to have deepened the partisan divide. How can elected officials bring the country together to deal with this challenge? TR: Look at what we have done. The three bills that responded to the virus had strong bipartisan support. The vice president asked the Problem Solvers Caucus to come to the situation room when Debbie Birx had just landed on American soil ten hours earlier. We were the ones asked to go down to the situation room because the vice president and task force knew that when it comes to dealing with an emergency, the country needs to be united on the issues. Partisanship is alive and well in the country. The polarization of the country is real. We have to seize these opportunities to lead, and that is why I am so proud of what we have achieved. We are also inspiring other members. We have a waiting list to join the caucus. You can’t just join the caucus; you have


to commit to how we govern and treat each other. Our room in D.C. is the only room where I see members having a level of trust and honesty with each other. It used to be that way, but now our leadership does not know each other. They don’t know each other’s families. They don’t know the type of bond that we in the caucus have. We are trying to change the culture, not just the policy. As we go forward and continue to deal with the virus, we’d better be working together, because when the country is divided, as we see with the social unrest, it is those who can unite the country that can inspire the country to reach a higher level of greatness. AL: What is your opinion regarding how Governor Cuomo has handled the COVID-19 crisis? Do you agree with his decision to close summer camps in the state? TR: My biggest critique of the governor is that he is driv-

en by ego. It needs to be “his way or the highway.” When you are in an emergency situation, you really need to listen to people. I believe in the three C’s: communicate, collaborate and coordinate. This is what we did when we responded to the crisis for the district and region, and in my opinion, we did a pretty good job. The governor is more of a show horse than a workhorse. Governors like Larry Hogan (R), Mike DeWine (R), and former Problem Solvers Caucus member Jared Polis (D) rolled up their sleeves and got to work. They didn’t hold press conferences every day. These guys get it, and they know how to lead through a crisis. I am sorry that people in your community feel frustrated by how the governor treated them, and I wish your situation were unique, but it is kind of a pattern of how the governor treats people who disagree with him or challenge him and don’t accept everything that he says. I am of the mindset that you need to be challenged, and as elected officials, you need to have that input — because if you have the input, you may find a solution that can work for both sides. I understand the virus, and that it is a threat, but there is a way to work through this. The governor made a critical mistake in ordering grandparents who tested positive for COVID-19 back to nursing homes, and then tried to blame it on President Trump. That is not leadership; that is trying to pander to raise your popularity. Popularity can’t drive you in these situations. What has to drive you is the interest of the people you represent, and you do that by listening and setting the tone. You lead by uniting people through the crisis. AL: I understand that you are critical of the House legislation drafted to deal with the current social unrest. What would you like to see done to address the turmoil

and the concerns of the protestors? TR: I was disappointed to see the speaker go down the one-party type of bill approach. I get that she has to deal with the extreme hard-left elements in her party. We went through this with our hard-right division in 2010. I understand the politics of what she did, but I am disappointed that she didn’t seize the opportunity. However, I think that there is still an opportunity here. We in the Problem Solvers Caucus are working with our Senate partners. I believe that the Senate is where the heart of a bipartisan deal will materialize. We will see real reforms that go after the bad actors. There is a moment here. I walked in Black Lives Matter protests. What I saw in Minneapolis was horrific. That officer who had his knee on George Floyd’s neck committed murder and brought his other officers along with him. That is unacceptable. We need to bring about reforms so that these bad actors cannot bounce around from department to department. We need to use the tools of the federal government to reward good actors. What Tim Scott (R-SC) is doing in the Senate is smart, as he is reaching out to the folks on the other side of the aisle to build a bipartisan consensus. We in the Problem Solvers Caucus had a great conversation with members of the Congressional Black Caucus. There are many good members there like Karen Bass (D-CA) and Jim Clyburn (D-SC). I’ve been to Selma with John Lewis (D-GA), walked on the bridge with him, and spent days reflecting on these issues. I think these individuals are sincere about getting a bill done, but right now, the extremist politics of the Democratic party are forcing them to go down a oneparty bill path. However, I think they will still be in the room, and I will be in the room, when we get together on a deal that perhaps the Senate can put together. AL: What can the average citizen do to help create an environment that is conducive to bipartisanship? What can teachers and educators do to help foster such an environment? TR: That is a great question. You have to challenge yourself, and challenge your students, to see both sides of the equation. We all have our political ideology, but stand in front of a student and say, “I will take an opposite position today even though I don’t agree with it, just so that maybe we can learn from each other in a way that challenges us and puts us in our uncomfortable zone.” Inspire folks to be substantively educated on the issues. If you do that, you will produce Problem Solvers Caucus leaders and people who are committed to respecting each other.

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Centuries before Coney Island became a landmark lovingly rolled off Brooklyners’ tongues, when the Lenape Native Americans were still living the land, they called this little sun-filled island Narrioch — a word that has been attributed the meaning “a land without shadows” for its south-facing beaches that were always in full view of the sun. Verrazzano, who came sweeping by the area in his exploration of the Atlantic coast, was the first European to encounter presentday New York. But his role in its discovery soon faded into the annals of history, and Henry Hudson’s 1609 voyage — with the influence he left all over the area’s waterways — was established as the


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de facto start of the exploration of New York. Hudson’s first landing in trying to find his way back to the East? Coney Island, where he found the Canarsie people (the local band of Lenape Native Americans) for whom the island was a spot for fishing and rabbit-hunting. These charming critters were called konijn by the Dutchmen who settled the region, a word that was soon adapted to create the name Coney Island — the island of rabbits. It didn’t take long for the Dutch to establish their presence all over the area, and for the Native American

Coney Island? Not exactly. During the 1920s and 1930s, much of the Coney Island Creek was filled, turning the island into a peninsula.

population to dwindle; in 1645, the southwest section of New Amsterdam, which encompassed present-day Kings County, exchanged hands when a Native American elder sold it to the Dutch for a gun, a blanket and a kettle. Coney Island, with its sunny shores, soon became a remote little place in Gravesend, one of the six townships under the Dutch patent in the Breuckelen settlement. After enjoying a brief emergence from obscurity in 1776, when British troops made their beachhead there, the island was back in its peaceful little corner, a private haven to locals only. But its beach sands glistening in the sunlight and the ebb and flow of the waves of the Atlantic Ocean eventually captured the attention of the public.

tel sprang up on its shores. The Coney Island House, constructed near present-day Sea Gate, beckoned to the upper crust of society, who’d climb into their coaches and travel to the new resort spot. The rich and famous were soon joined at sea by some common folk who’d reach the island first by ferry, and then by railroad. The first railway to reach Coney Island opened in 1864. As access was optimized with additional railways and roads leading to this paradise of sea and land, hoteliers were quick to catch on that Coney Island was fertile ground for their services. From when Peter Tilyou’s Surf House opened in the 1870s — the first establishment to offer lodging, food and beachfront amenities — luxury hotels kept popping up on the shore, and Coney Island’s entertainment business began to burgeon.

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A RIDE TO RESPITE In 1824, the call of the sea reached the ears of Gravesend residents when a bridge connecting the island to the mainland was built across the Jamaica Ditch (the Coney Island Creek of yesteryear), and shell roads leading to its beaches were laid out. Five years later, the first seaside hoThe Iron Tower

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the area. Coney Island now stepped down from being an upper-class paradise to the middle-class man’s joy. Entrepreneurs kept busy thinking of lucrative entertainment venues that would satisfy the average American’s thrill-seeking without bending them out of shape financially, and the beachfront soon went from being simply a serene natural attraction to the most sought-after U.S. amusement district of its time. Coney Island’s first amusement attraction was the steam-operated Balmer’s Carousel with its hand-carved horses. It opened at the foot of Ocean Parkway in 1875 to keep people coming to Coney Island attractions instead of the competition rumors predicted were Flip-Flap Railway in Sea Lion Park

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hour. The ride was such a hit, raking in a whopping amount each day, that it paid for itself in just three weeks — and by the turn of the century, there were hundreds of similar roller coasters across the U.S. In 1894, Tilyou commissioned the construction of a Ferris wheel with twelve cars, each one holding eighteen passengers, which was quick to become Coney Island’s most popular attraction. As the entertainment options grew, Coney Island became known as the Nickel Empire, where for just five cents anyone could treat themselves to a snack or a thrilling escape from the realities of life.

SEA LION PARK In 1895, vivid lighting, spectacular archways and splashes of color adorned the island with the opening of Sea Lion Park, Coney Island’s first — and the world’s first enclosed — amusement park, which was sprawled over sixteen acres. According to Charles Desens (Coney Island Lost and Found), “Customers paid admission to enter the enclosure and ride the Shoot-the-Chutes and the Flip-Flap roller coaster, watch performers, and view trained sea lions in


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an artificial lagoon,” a novelty at a time when amusement parks operated as pay-as-you-go concessions. With competition coming fast, its owner opted out of the amusement business, and after just seven years, Sea Lion Park closed down. But its influenced lived on.

STEEPLECHASE — THE FUNNY PLACE In 1897, inspired by Sea Lion, George Tilyou decided to consolidate his standalone rides spread across Coney Island — among them the Ferris wheel and Iron Tower — into one amusement park, which he named Steeplechase Park. The park’s over 50 attractions included jawdropping novelties and simulations from around the world, among them the Human Niagara, Double Dip-Chutes, a steam railroad and scale models of world landmarks. Before long, competition reared its head, and attractions kept being added and upgraded, with in-

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sufficient regard for the risks involved. The entrance to Steeplechase soon had a barrel-like ride in which riders would enter a revolving drum to be thrown at each other, and a number of other attractions also tossed riders around, causing them to fall together in a heap. In 1907, a fire destroyed much of Steeplechase. Tilyou, who’d lost his empire, was said to have remained calm, posting a sign outside the park that read:

To enquiring friends: I have troubles today that I had not yesterday. I had troubles yesterday which I have not today. On this site will be built a bigger, better Steeplechase Park. Admission to the burning ruins — Ten cents.

And the park, indeed, was rebuilt, and as Tilyou had promised, it was “grander than ever,” with crowds flocking to it even before it was completed. Steeplechase, until today, remains the icon of the Coney Island of once upon.


THE POPULAR AND THE PECULIAR THE ELEPHANTINE COLOSSUS This seven-story, 200-foot tall, 31room tourist attraction stood for eleven years before burning down in a fire in 1896. Each of its rooms — some for lodging and others serving amusement purposes — made up the internal anatomy of an elephant, so guests could choose if they wanted to spend time in the intestines, shoulders, or just about any other body part. The front legs served as a cigar store, and the hind legs were home to a circular stairway. A museum took up the elephant’s left lung, and its eyes

were telescopes that served as an observatory for guests.

THE PARACHUTE JUMP Evoking the nostalgia of Coney Island during the postwar era, this iconic ride was never demolished even after standing defunct since the closing of Steeplechase in 1964. Nicknamed the “Eiffel Tower of Brooklyn” due to its shape, the tower is now registered as a landmark. Originally built for the 1939

World’s Fair, the ride had eleven parachutes that gave riders a “free fall” experience. It was modeled after parachuting towers with which parachutists were trained by the military. Attracting half a million visitors annually, the Parachute Jump was very popular among military personnel, who would bring their family members for a taste of the free-fall army training they underwent.

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BABIES ON EXHIBIT Far from amusing, one Coney Island exhibit was a display of premature infants in incubators. While this may seem like an act of cruelty, Dr. Martin Couney, the mysterious medical figure who ran these exhibits for 40 years, actually did it so that visitor admission prices would fund the treatment of these premature infants and give them a chance at life. In the early 1900s, when incubators were a rejected phenomenon in the medical world, these displays funded their usage, and eventually standardized the practice, saving the lives of thousands of premature babies.

THE CYCLONE Another NYC-designated landmark, this wooden roller coaster will be reaching its hundredth birthday in just about seven years. For decades, it was a separate enterprise, initially with a 25-cent ride cost. It has been refurbished on several occasions, and over time has operated both independently, and more recently, as part of Astroland, Dreamland, and then Luna Park. Presently, it costs $10 to ride the Cyclone. The popularity of the Cyclone has inspired seven replica coasters with similar layouts in various Six Flags parks, as well as additional coasters internationally.

GIVE ME THE MOON! Tilyou unintentionally attracted his own competition when he invited Frederic Thompson and Elmer Dundy to move their wildly successful ride, A Trip to the Moon, to Steeplechase in 1902. When their contract with Tilyou was up, the enterprising pair rejected the new agreement, and instead set their sights on Sea Lion Park at the verge of closing, leasing the site as well as neighboring acreage. By 1903 they had established Luna Park, inspired by the name of the ride that brought them to Coney Island in the first place. Spending hundreds of thousands of dollars, Thompson and Dundy created an amusement utopia in an electric light wonderland, with over 250,000 electric lights adorning the park’s Ori-

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ental-style buildings. The crowning glory of this park was a 200-foot tall Electric Tower decorated with thousands of lamps at the center of the park. But that was only part of the thrilling experience they offered.

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attractions would turn heads even in 2020. It boasted scenic railways through artificial Alps, gondola rides through Venetian canals, a simulated submarine ride, and an attraction called Fighting the Flames, in which spectators would watch 2,000 people pretending to extinguish a blazing building. Eerily, Dreamland was destroyed in a real fire in 1911, the day before it was set to reopen after receiving a colorful makeover and many new attractions. With the newness of electricity and the attractions that used them indis-

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criminately, Coney Island saw eight devastating fires between 1893 and 1911, each one of which destroyed at least three buildings.

THE DEATH OF AN ERA Dreamland never reopened after its fire, and then the economic crash and ensuing Great Depression dealt Coney Island’s entertainment industry a huge blow; things never picked up after that. Then a fire in 1944 that destroyed much of Luna Park meant the

Despite the closings of its iconic parks, Coney Island’s entertainment industry never fully died down. Family-owned Deno’s Wonder Wheel Amusement Park, formerly known as Ward’s Kiddie Park, has been in operation since 1950. (The Wonder Wheel dates back to 1920.) Astroland, the stuff many of our childhood dreams are made of, was named so for its space age theme. It opened in 1962, offering rides like Tower of Stars, Astrotower, the Cape Canaveral Satellite Jet, which simulated a trip to the moon, and other spacethemed attractions. After years of struggle, Astroland closed in 2008, and a year later, a new park, Dreamland, offered entertainment for the 2009 season only. Then, in 2010, Luna Park opened on the former site of Astroland, where it still is today. Both Dreamland and Luna Park were named for the historical parks that were once the pride and joy of this island.


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If you’ve ever been to an amusement park safety, there are certain lessons and observed people on a roller coaster, that super-high sensation seekers can teach us about overyou might have noticed that there are coming challenges through the power of an iron will. various reactions to the sudden flips and turns. While some riders can be spotted NO MOUNTAIN with their faces twisted into grimaces of TOO HIGH fear and anxiety, others not far from them When Alex Honnold was a boy, he never imagined might have their faces alight with glee. This little that his love of climbing would is because humans are complex creatures, one day lead him to become one of the world’s most famous and two people in the same situation climbers. In fact, he claims that he was never notably gifted in can have vastly different experiences. There are plenty of people who are low on the sensationseeking scale and who actually undergo a stress response when placed in situations that feel even slight risky. Their bodies tense up and release stress hormones, ensuring the experience is one they’ll likely not want to repeat anytime soon. Others in the moderate range of the sensation-seeking spectrum revel in the rush of adrenaline and take pleasure in the unexpected, though they prefer the thrill of safetyensured experiences. For very high sensation seekers, the controlled danger of amusement parks and the like just don’t cut it. These are the people who jump out of airplanes or off the side of cliffs wearing only a parachute or wingsuit — people we often dub as crazy. But the truth is that every human and every trait comes with benefits. High sensation seekers can channel their desire for risk into productive actions. Because they are people who are blessed with the ability to remain calm and collected in the face of danger, they are precisely the type of people we want tending to patients in

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the sport as a child. But dedication led him to progress from artificial walls to tall mountains, from climbing with ropes to free-soloing — that is, scaling the side of a mountain with no protective gear whatsoever.

NOT FOR THE FAINT OF HEART Most people climbing large mountains such as El Capitan do it in sections, completing a portion of the wall every day. In order to rest up and catch a snooze, climbers will rig a portaledge — which is basically a tent or mattress — from the side of the mountain, and then tuck themselves in for the night. Sweet dreams! (And don’t roll over!)

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ter eight years of mental and physical preparations, Honnold climbed El Capitan without protective gear in a total of 3 hours and 56 minutes, setting a new record that’s been acclaimed as one of the greatest athletic feats of all time. The climb was extraordinarily difficult, with areas where Honnold had to hang on to protruding bits of stone by the tips of his fingers and monkey-bar across to other fingerholds. There were also places where he had to wedge his hands into a thin crack running up the stone to lift his body upward. At one specific spot, Honnold side-shuffled across a ledge that ranged “To honnold” has become a common phrase in this generation, based upon this picture — from five to twelve inches taking on the meaning of facing fear, head-on. wide. But it was the vertical stretch of smooth granite 600 feet up the route that he found to be most challenging, for it was “like walking across glass.” If not for the special sticky-soled shoes he wore, the section would surely have been impassable. And yet, despite all odds, Alex Honnold's physical and mental strength held out, getting him safely to the top of the wall. MAN ON A For most people, thinking of climbMISSION ing the sheer face Lewis Pugh hates of a mountain — esswimming in cold pecially without a water. Why then harness — wouldn’t did he swim for ten even cross their minds. The very minutes in 32-deobvious and siggree antarctic water nificant risk to life this past January? serves as a natural Because he had a deterrent to most mission: to spread would-be climbawareness about ers. Surprisingly, changes in the Alex Honnold, senclimate. For him, sation seeker exthat mission was traordinaire, once important enough felt much the same to compel him to way. In the years leading up to his do something he El Capitan advenloathes in order to ture, Honnold viscatch the public’s ited the mountain attention. Because After years of building his stamina, Alex Honnold set many times, each time when one really behis eyes on a mountain wall no one had dared to free-solo dreaming of taking it lieves in something, before: El Capitan, a granite formation in Yosemite Na- on — and then thinking they give it their all. tional Park that reaches nearly 3,000 feet in height. Af- to himself, “No way! It’s

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minimum number of kids possible into the park to ensure that there is little to no wait when it comes to lines. Standing in line just makes everything so much less fun! Of course, that can make it more expensive per child, as we sometimes have to rent out a place for more than one day and divide the children up into shifts. But when it comes to trips, it’s less about money and more about maximizing fun.” Larger parks, of course, mean larger crowds. “The second time I ever arranged a trip, I went big: We booked Luna Park on Coney Island. Baruch Hashem, it worked out well, with seven or eight chadarim all together. I would only recommend booking a large place when it comes to amusement parks, though; water parks work better when you can see everything in one glance. That’s because in water parks, you need to have control over the whole place at once to make it


“In general, the parks love having our kids. We constantly hear how well behaved our students are and that it is a pleasure doing business with our community.”

more exciting by turning everything into a matzav. I also feel it’s safer.” Safety, he tells me, is a huge burden carried by those who do the planning. “I always take along at least one EMT on trips, sometimes more, depending on the group size. Many times we reach out to the nearest Hatzolah chapter and book an ambulance to be stationed in the park — hoping for the best, but preparing for the worst. And of course, when a camp goes on a trip, the infirmary staff is also responsible for bringing along campers’ medications and administering them as needed. I also make sure that there will be an additional two vehicles available in case the group needs to be split up for some reason. And buses — though they are a huge expense — are something I won’t scrimp on. I never load buses to capacity because what happens if a bus breaks down or is in an accident, chas v’shalom? The kids deserve to get to their trip and to get home on time. If there is extra room preplanned in, then we can transfer kids from one bus to another in the event of mishap, and the driver can stay behind with the bus while the kids keep to the schedule.” Physical safety is only one aspect to planning trips for Yiddishe kinderlach; the safety of the soul is of great concern as well. Exclusive use of the park by a heimishe

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crowd is number one on the list. “Some places will only rent out the park to us in the early morning hours or after regular closing time, because they want to be open to the public during regular business hours. Sometimes, though, we can get a park for the full day. Long before the kids come rolling in, though, staff members will already have been there, scouring the park for things we’d rather our kids not see. Pictures will be covered up, inappropriate electronic games unplugged; even

images on the sides of huge roller coasters will be taken care of. Over at Luna Park, for instance, we tarped off the view to the boardwalk. We’ll do whatever we have to do to protect the purity of our children. “Most places are understanding of the unique needs of our community. Some of them even have MP3s preprogrammed with Yiddishe music, ready and waiting for us. In general, the parks love having our kids. We constantly hear how well behaved our students are and that it is a pleasure doing business with our community.” Before continuing that thought, Mr. Fisher pauses to reflect. “We have a huge achrayus every time we rent out a park to make sure that kids behave properly and clean up after themselves. Staff members always have to make sure that they’re leaving the place in the best possible condition. “There have been times when a group has behaved especially well, and I was actually able to negotiate a lower rate per child than we’d initially agreed upon. We then put aside the money saved, and charged the parents less for the next trip. Being good pays, in more ways than one!” It’s more than just good behavior that makes parks happy to do business with the Orthodox community; it’s the sheer size of the customer base, as well. “Last year, after the horrific tragedy at Sahara Sam, I

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called to cancel a group’s reservation, because how could we take the children to a water park after such a painful happening? The owner was pleading with me, saying that his business will shut down if the Yidden don’t visit the park, because 60 percent of his business comes from within the Orthodox community. He promised me that they would do whatever we requested; they’d add more staff, more lifeguards, lower the required minimum number of children… anything that we should come! But what could we do? We paid the park for their loss, but at the time, I couldn’t commit to anything for the future… Not that I can make any promises this year, either!” If there’s anything that recent events have taught us, it’s that plans for the future are never assured. “What do you do if things don’t go as planned?” I ask. “What if there is a rainstorm, for instance?” “When I was a camper,” Mr. Fisher replies, “our camp director sent us out on trips even when it was pouring. Whenever we arrived at the site, the rain would have already stopped. It was a miracle! He told me then his secret, and so far, it’s always worked for me, as well: The combination of putting money into the pushka of Reb Meir Baal Haness and the zechus of taking care of tinokos shel beis rabban never fails!” For Mr. Fisher, giving our youngsters a grand time is truly a passion of his. “But you should know,” he tells me, “children can surprise you and enjoy things you’d think they might not. Some of the best trips I’ve arranged were what I call ‘smart’ trips — those that involve Yiddishe history, as opposed to just fun attractions that are all about the thrill. If time permits it, we can even sometimes combine both types of trips into one.” He tells me, by way of example, what he means by “smart” trips: He’s taken groups to Jersey and Union cities, to Deal, Morristown and Lakewood. They’ve gone upstate to KJ, Bloomingburg and Blooming Grove. They’ve explored many different parts of the Yiddishe communities nearby, sought out brachos from esteemed roshei yeshivah, and spent time in communities that are different from what they’re used to back home. “These are trips that kids really walked away from feeling that they’ve had both a good time and learned more about the heimishe oilem. They’ve been welcomed in by other communities and have increased their understanding of the world and their ahavas Yisroel. Isn’t that the most thrilling type of trip of all?”


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A one-day ticket to the Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World costs $105 per person, ages 10 and up. That makes for the most expensive entrance fee of amusement parks in the USA.

Here’s a fact most amusement park staff members won’t disclose: Roller coasters may cause subdural hematoma, a type of brain injury that causes headaches that just won’t go away. Designers test roller coasters with waterfilled dummies or sandbags before humans try the tracks. In addition, roller coasters are inspected daily by engineers before parks open to ensure prime rider safety.

As the theme park boasting the most visitors, it isn’t surprising that Magic Kingdom also holds the title of “Richest Theme Park,” valued at nearly $20.4 million in 2016. Entrance to Waldameer & Water World, Pennsylvania, is free. Sort of. You get to pay for all of the rides, instead. There’s no such thing as a free ride, after all. Six Flags operates 26 parks — with an average daily income of $432K, according to figures listed in 2018. Universal Studios Beijing is set to be the world’s most expensive theme park at an estimated construction cost of $6.5 billion.

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‫אין קורצן פון פריער‪:‬‬ ‫עריק גרייט זיך צוריק צו‬ ‫קומען פון שפיטאל‪ .‬וועט‬ ‫ער אנטדעקן דעם שווינדל?‬

‫ערּופן ֶדעם‬ ‫ְ‬ ‫ִאיְך ָהאּב גֶ‬ ‫קּומען‬ ‫ֶ‬ ‫ועכ ֶטער ַאז ֶער זָ אל‬ ‫וֶ ְ‬ ‫ָאּבער וואּו ִאיז ֶער?‬ ‫צּו ִמיר‪ֶ ,‬‬

‫ֵאיינֶ ער ִאיז‬ ‫ארט!‬ ‫ָד ְ‬

‫ָאנְ ִצינְ ְדן ִדי‬ ‫עק ֶטער?‬ ‫ֶל ְ‬

‫ֶע ִריק‪ִ ,‬איְך‬ ‫ִּבין ָדא‪.‬‬

‫ָאה‪ ,‬גּוט ַאז דּו ִּביזְ ט‬ ‫ערט?‬ ‫עה ְ‬ ‫אסט גֶ ֶ‬ ‫ָדא‪ָ .‬ה ְ‬ ‫ַא ֶמענְ ְט ְׁש ִאיז ָדא‬ ‫ִאינֶ עם ִפ ְיר ֶמע‪.‬‬

‫נֵ יין‪ֶ ,‬ער וֶ ועט‬ ‫אּונְ ז זֶ ען אּון‬ ‫לֹויפן‪.‬‬ ‫ַאנְ ְט ְ‬

‫אלט!‬ ‫ַה ְ‬ ‫ָאדער ִאיְך‬ ‫ֶ‬ ‫ִׁשיס!‬

‫וֶ וער ִאיז‬ ‫ָדא?‬

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‫נָ אְך ַא ַמזָ ל ַאז ִדי ַמ ָצב‬ ‫אטע ָהאט זִ יְך‬ ‫ַּביי ַמיין ַט ֶ‬ ‫ערט אּון ִאיְך ֶקען‬ ‫עס ְ‬ ‫אר ֶּב ֶ‬ ‫ַפ ְ‬ ‫על ָפאן‪.‬‬ ‫עמען ַמיין ֶס ְ‬ ‫ׁשֹוין גֵ יין נֶ ֶ‬ ‫אּון נָ אְך ַא ַמזָ ל ַאז ִאיְך ָהאּב‬ ‫יסל פּון ִדי‬ ‫ְׁש ֶטענְ ִדיג ִדי ְׁש ִל ְ‬ ‫ִפ ְיר ֶמע ַּביי ִמיר ִאין ַטאׁש‪...‬‬

‫ארוָ ואס‬ ‫ֶפ ְ‬ ‫ִאיז ִל ְיכ ִטיג‬ ‫עצט?‬ ‫יֶ ְ‬

‫ָאה‪ֶ ,‬עס ִאיז ָדאְך‬ ‫יׁשט‬ ‫ֲא ִפילּו נִ ְ‬ ‫אכט!‬ ‫עמ ְ‬ ‫צּוגֶ ַ‬

‫ֶדער‬ ‫ִטיר ִאיז‬ ‫ָאפען‬ ‫ֶ‬ ‫אּון ִדי‬ ‫עק ֶטער‬ ‫ֶל ְ‬ ‫ַׁשיינְ ט‪ָ .‬דאס‬ ‫טֹויג ֶע ֶּפעס‬ ‫יׁשט‪ .‬אּון ִאיְך‬ ‫נִ ְ‬ ‫יׁשט‬ ‫ָהאּב ֲא ִפילּו נִ ְ‬ ‫על ָפאן צּו‬ ‫ַמיין ֶס ְ‬ ‫רּופן ִה ְילף‪...‬‬ ‫ְ‬

‫אּבן‬ ‫נָ אְך ַא ַמזָ ל ַאז זֵ יי ָה ְ‬ ‫ערט‪.‬‬ ‫עה ְ‬ ‫יׁשט גֶ ֶ‬ ‫ִמיר נִ ְ‬ ‫ארף ִאיְך ְׁשנֶ על‬ ‫עצט ַד ְ‬ ‫יֶ ְ‬ ‫רּופן ִה ְילף‪.‬‬ ‫ְ‬

‫ְׁש ִטיל!‬ ‫ִאיְך מּוז‬ ‫קּומען‬ ‫ָאנְ ֶ‬ ‫צּו ַמיין‬ ‫ָאפיס צּו‬ ‫ִ‬ ‫עמען ַמיין‬ ‫נֶ ֶ‬ ‫על ָפאן‪.‬‬ ‫ֶס ְ‬

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Hint: Each Boggle board hides a word of nine let ters or more!

Sponsored by Nussy’s Cuisine, your favorite takeout!

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

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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:

__________________________________

___________________________________

__________________________________

___________________________________

__________________________________

___________________________________

__________________________________

___________________________________

__________________________________

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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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Z E D U P

2. Once you have a winner, fill out the form below in its entirety

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1. Gather round the table to play a family game of Boggle, using this Boggle board.

T A

HOW TO PLAY:

Y H E

V N

M I W R S A B L O G M


ADVANCED BOGGLE WINNERS

WINNER 1 Family name: Klein, 845-xxx-1335 Name of winner: Duvid Amount of points: 215 Names of competing players: Volvi Some words only the winner found: notice, reset, semi, steer, therm The longest word found on the board: direction A new word learned from the board: nape

3 9 7 8 4

8 4

7 5 2

8 7 6 6 4 2 3 1 2 1 3 8 9 7 6 6 1 5

WINNER 2 Family name: Malik, 845-xxx-3672

INTERMEDIATE

Name of winner: Mommy Amount of points: 149

3

Names of competing players: Moshe, Shlomah Some words only the winner found: action, giclee, joint, section The longest word found on the board: direction A new word learned from the board: mire Last week’s nine-letter word: direction

9 3 7 3 1 5 4

7 8 2 4 9 5 9 6 6 4 3 1 2 7 8 3 6 2

4 If the family name on a Boggle entry doesn’t match the phone number and address on record, the submission will be disqualified.

1

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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.

Rivky Tauber, 5, Pupa

Uri Adler, 9

Yitty Teitelbaum, Grade 6, Belz

Leah’le Sasson

Roizy Tauber, 11, Pupa

Thank you to the hundreds of readers who sent in beautifully colored pages! Keep coloring!

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Feel free to photocopy this coloring page for the entire family.

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 comments@themonseyview.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:________________________

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Neighbors at 33 Herrick Ave.

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Brocha Chany Schmeltzer, 12

Moishy Katz

Har Sinai in Chestnut Ridge

Family Hass, Neighbors

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Family Holczer, ‫ר שמעון בר יוחאיס הייל‬‎

Yehuda Tzvi, Levi Yitzchok, Yechiel Adler

‫ישראל הערש און מנחם יודא פריעדמאן‬

Moishy Oberlander, 6

Miriam, Menashe, Shloime

Leiby Strulowitz, 5, Satmar, a garage and car

Creating our own masks!

Chava Leah Morgenstern, 5


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Feigy Honig, Nechama, Shifra Shapiro

Neighbors on Cedar Lane

‫בעריש ניסן‬

Yitzchok Zev Weisz

Park Street Neighbors

Rivky Friedman, 4

The Schevchenko Bunch!

Shloimy Friedman, 3

Shloimy, Kayla, Rikki Bleier

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Family Morris

Shaindy Waldman


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Sq. feet 4,000

Price

859k

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869k

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Price

929k

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Sq. feet 4,500

Sq. feet 2,384

Price

529k

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Baths 3

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Call

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66 HIGHVIEW, MONSEY

8 BUTTERNUT, NEW CITY

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Baths 3

Sq. feet 3,034

Price

699k

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Baths 3

Price

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Classifieds FOR SALE ONLINE GARAGE SALE To view free giveaway items and some items for sale please visit garaj.app. Submit your free giveaways at submit.garaj.app FRIDGE/FREEZER 23-inch Refrigerator/Freezer for sale. Excellent Condition. Great for narrow space. Please call: 845-642-8425. If no answer, Leave VM. FORMULA ‫צו פארקויפן ניאויקעיט‬ $25 ‫ קען‬1 ‫ פאר‬$30 ‫פארמאלע‬ :‫ קעןס און מער רופט‬10 ‫פאר‬ 845.426.3237 YOYA/BABY PRIDE STOLLERS Wholesale prices, ASTM standards, company backed warranty, available in several colors. Free delivery. Please call 845-263-2737 or 845587-7941

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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

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 GUITAR LESSONS by Moshe Klaver, for beginners of all ages. Very motivating and patient teacher. References available. (845) 746-0925. Shomer Shabbos LEARN PHOTOGRAPHY With Raizy Ciment Selfpaced program. No internet required. (DVD) $250. Support group membership included + Live Q&A. Support@vividstudiosny.com GORGEOUS GLOW ELECTROLYSIS Effortless, Painless, Hairless. Most Up-to-Date machine. Less Painful, Quicker Results. Located on Beckett Ct in Chestnut Ridge. Rifky Biller 845-659-7465

TUTORING Looking for a warm experienced tutor for child in limudei kodesh? Pls call 718-744-5534 SEWING COURSE One on One, by Esty Krauss. Group forming now for high school girls. call or text 845662-5931. PIANO LESSONS Experienced teacher for beginners and advanced piano lessons. Centrally located on Herrick ave. Call Mrs Grunner 8454597240 KANGEN WATER “Change your Water.. Change your life” Alkaline - AntiOxidant - Super Hydrating Call for FREE supply and feel AMAZING! 917-681-0003 PROFESSIONAL HAIRCUTS Great prices. Call Miri 845426-7561 DON’T STAY HOME! For Shabbos without beautiful tablecloths. Rent elegant tablecloths from Esty, huge selection 845-425-7226

MURRAY POOL Limited slots available. Pool is large, warm, crystal clear with utmost hygienic standards. Has water slide, dressing rooms, bathroom, and lots of chairs. 347 526 0615 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

MY FAST PHOTOSHOP Full amazon photography packaging+ one free listing optmization. Myfastphotoshop.com 212463-8880 RENEW YOUR TALLIS! Change your Tallis lining. Minimal fee. Call or text 347.215.0600 LIFEGAURD AVAILABLE to guard your pool. Call/text Esty@(845) 502-6683

AQUA AEROBICS/PILATES Join a refreshing pool workout for women including dance, toning and Pilates. -Monday morning 11:00-12:30 workout and swim. June 22August 24. -Tuesday evening 8:30-9:30 June 23- August 25. Esty Friedman, Certified GEI 845-213-0978. Located in Airmont -Private classes at your location too PROFESSIONAL PEARL RESTRINGING Free Pickup & Delivery 845352-5013

WRITING/EDITING For all your writing & editing needs, Hebrew/English. Please call 718-744-5534 BAR MITZVAH PHOTOGRAPHY Quality and affordable bar mitzvah photography by Moshe Grunfeld call 917858-1054 or email moshe@ moshegrunfeld.com SALTWATER POOL A beautiful saltwater pool is now available to rent for groups by the hour or for steady slots. Please call 917755-2762

SHELVING & HANDYWORK For all your custom shelving & around the house handy work & more call/text 347522-4872

DEBT RELIEF having trubble with finances? join Debtors Anonymous Tuesday night @ 19 Robert Pitt # 113 , 7:30-8:30pm. visit www. debtorsanonymous.org

COMPUTER SERVICE Build Custom Computers. WIll fix- Viruses, Internet Problems, Slow Speed, Ect. Call 845-287-9483

GIFT WRAPPING Outrageous giftwrapping. text or whatsapp: 917-5018806. call: 845-406-4226

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Classifieds VAN DRIVER Van driver available to do deliveries a few hours daily/ weekly. Upstate or Local. Call Duvid 917-541-4852 DRIVER AVAILABLE A 12 passenger sprinter is available to do trips to the mountains and camps. And also for steady trips. Reasonable rates. Call 646972-3357 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

SHAIMOS

PICK UPS 845-461-3084 BEAUTIFUL HAIR Professional and Affordable Hair cutting and styling. Call Rachy: 845-821-5088

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

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

CLOTHING GEMACH Accepting only gently used clothing to be donated to local families. please text 8456625931 E. Krauss BRIS PILLOW GEMACH and benchers with tfilos for bris and pidyon haben: 845213-0602

LEV DEVORAH Layett gemach (845) 213-3646

BRIS GEMACH beautiful bris outfit w hat, poya and pillowcase. Suzzane area 845 425 8359

BABIES LAYETTE GEMACH text 718-551-1732 or email frimitbabies@gmail.com

BRIS GEMACH Outfit, blanket and poia 845 425 3873

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.

BRIS GEMACH located in Central Monsey. 617-955-3630. poya, pillow case, outfit, blanket.

LOOKING FOR JOB Heimishe Person Looking for full time Mashgiach job or to manage school kitchen. 917-577-8855

BRIS GEMACH Located on Blauvelt Rd. 356-6215 poya, outfit, blanket and hat.

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

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

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COAT RACK Coat racks and hangers for your simcha. 845-356-9841 BRIS GEMACH pillow, outfit, 845-425-6574 CHUPPA CARDS. call or text after 5pm. 347278-1278

CHUPPAH GEMACH Green velvet portable Chuppah. 845-425-4790 DVD/VIDEO GEMACH DVDS and portable players for sick and homebound adults and children.425-2660 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. 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. 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

CHUPAH CARDS Lucite cards. 845.222.0456

FREE BOXES for moving (mostly egg carton size). 845-425-6826 or 845-608-7830. Donations of flattened boxes are always welcome!

CARSEATS & BASSINET and pack n play bassinets. 425-1202

FORMULA GEMACH chani @ 347-267-3640 or Miriam 216-889-3643


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ISRAEL GPS No fee. English or Hebrew. Must reserve in advance by email at IsraelGPS@gngroup. com

GOWN GEMACH mother and sister gowns size 0-12, by apt only. 845-4267496 or 845-352-3031.

ELEGANT HATS For short term rental 845517-0838.

GPS GEMACH Brand new, updated, with traffic. 845-352-2588 Leave msg. (Minimal fee) 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 supplies. donate/receive. 845746-8293. MECHITZA’S 30’ - 5 six’ tables, 10 chairs stands and bus-boxes $100 deposit. $18 Donation call 845-445-8015 or email Mitzvah1@gmail.com

‎ OT WATER URNS H 845-425-9211 HOSPITAL GOWN for maternity or hospitalization Tzniusdige & Comfortable. 845-425-8687 FREE HOTLINE Increase the kedusha and strengthen your connection to Hashem. Women’s inspirational, interactive and informative hotline: Yiddish 6469271200 English 9179249900 HAIRCUTS & STYLING GEMACH $7 haircuts. $10 styling. call miri after 4:30 426-2561 BANDS & BERETS GEMACH Previous season designer sample leftovers. New ladies berets and bands $10. Sun & Thurs 8-9 pm. Please call before 845-290-8319

SIMCHA HAT $25. many styles/ colors. We also accept donations of elegant hats. 347 351 1604 GEMACH ‫מוהלים‬ We are ready to sharpen your knives. 718-384-6214 HEATER GEMACH 845 362 8666 HAIRCUTS & STYLING GEMACH For Professional styling & haircuts pls call. Very affordable rates 845-352-8101

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JWAZE DEVICE 8455965856 leave message KALLAH ACCESSORY GEMACH Everything you need for the kallah (except for the gown) Crown, veil, shoes, decktich, fur cape 845-426-0767 MATERNITY GEMACH Weekday and shabbos clothing, various sizes. call/ text 845-445-9687 MEZUZOS GEMACH 362.2333

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MAKEUP GEMACH Beautiful makeup application for kallahs and her mother for a discounted price package. Call, text or WhatsApp Atara Grossman: 646-771-6534.

‫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

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TICHEL GEMACH Donations welcome. 845548-0014 MOVING BOX GEMACH New Hempstead area. text 845-642-5286 to arrange pick up ROOF CARRIERS For all cars even without bars on roof. 845-659-1863. Monroe: 845-662-7102. South Fallsburg 845-434-3865. PACK N PLAY We have New Pack n Plays tova222@gmail.com or text 845-216-4885 PIDYON HABEN coins, silver tray, lace box, outfit 845-426-1681 845-6427256 PHONE GEMACH free of charge for as long as necessary. 845 579 5538 REFLECTOR GEMACH: having guests or having a simcha and need reflectors 347-977-6816 SCHOOL SUPPLIES GEMACH Accepting donations. New or gently used. 862-505-9546 SIDDUR GEMACH Sfard: Friedman 845-6087830 Ashkenaz: Shulman845 352 1756 or 845-826-6718

SIDDUR/CHUMASH 558.4774 SHIFRA PUAH DOULA Please call to register in advance. 845-587-1649 READING FLUENCY Gemach tutoring!!! English reading fluency. Firstthird grade. Successful fun program! $10 Per week. Space is limited. Call 845 656-8976 SOUND SYSTEM GEMACH Speakers, mikes, mixers, cables, 917-382-8809 SUITCASE GEMACH 845-371-9121 SHABBOS SIMCHA GEMACH Becher, Challah deklich, Zemiros, Benchers… 845425-0498 TOY GEMACH Keep all the children busy by your simchas with tons of lego and clicks. 845-578-6513

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GOWN FOR RENT 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 UMBRELLA GEMACH For simchas, events etc. 216470-9841 WHITE KALLAH SHOES. Proceeds go to tzedakah. Call\Text 845-200-0211 WE ACCEPT clothing, shoes and household items in brand new condition. To donate or receive call 347-731-3851. WEDDING HAIR PIECES for children 3473001679

TABLECLOTHS for your Simchos. (845) 371 2105

THE WEDDING KIT All necessities for Kallah/ Chosson’s family for the wedding night. Leili Nishmas: Perel Gela Bas R’ Shloima. 845-371-2947

TICHEL GEMACH To receive or donate 845-3717504

WEDDING KIT for Machetunim to take along. 845-425-2036

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DRESSES/GOWNS beautiful dark colored gown size 2-4 8455380391 LITTLE GIRLS GOWNS Adorable off white & gold trimmed little girl gowns. Sizes 3-10. Pls call 845-2639934 GOLD GOWN Adorable gold gown by Dassy available to buy or rent. Toddler size 4. Call 422-5596 for more info MAGNIFICENT MIRI’S DRESS Black/White, size 8-10. For sale $550. Pls call/text 5966501 B/W MATERNITY GOWN Elegant and slenderizing black and white maternity gown for rent or sale size 6-8. please call 845-608-9426 RENT/SALE Black & White Exquisite gown for rent/sale.Text only 845-826-2185 MAGNIFICENT GOWN Exquisite gown for rent size 2-4. White base with mauve & blue embroidered flowers. pls call 845-596-9933


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New openings at Main Street Management! A great heimishe environment for an individual with a commitment to high quality performance. Experienced and non-experienced are welcome to apply.

office help needed Local Chestnut Ridge based business seeks Full Time onsite secretary.

Attn 2020 graduates: Do you want to start working now, in the beginning or after the summer? Apply now. Please email your resume to:

monseyjob59@gmail.com or call 356-5954 ext. 220 and leave a message.

Must have excellent customer service skills and experience in quickbooks.

Please email resume to: chestnutridge10977@gmail.com CUSTOM HALBERSTAM Black/white mid-length dress size 8-10 for rent. For more info call 845.425.0924

2 bikes (toddler & radio flyer) at 122 Blauvelt 356-3074

MAUVE GOWNS Matching mauve pink gowns size 5 and 12/14 for sale. Pls call 845-352-0286

Camera on Rt 306 near Kearsing 845-642-5169

LOST Black camera sx740 on the Monsey Trails. 917-671-6386 Silver & Black canon camera in Glen Hill, saddle River, Main St area 845-356-6584.

mp3 player bates area. Please call 8454233915

Tehilim with name Chaya Tziporah Lorenz in Viola Park several years ago. 845-4063625, Lv msg. ArtScroll Tehilim with name Daniel Peretz and a (disconnected) Israeli phone number. 845-406-3625, lv msg

mp3 player with sd card inside 845-356-9305

necklace pendant. White gold with colored pearls. Thurs 6/18 on Rt 306 near Calvert Dr 845 352 2542

canon G16 camera past sunday. 426-0329

little girls ivory jumper route 306 corner calvert 425-2334

FOUND small baby gold stud earring lafamilia 7/29. 4261612 Pair childrens glasses on Briarcliff before Purim. 845425-7469 pink pacifier by Stolin Hall by the children’s clothing sale on Wednesday 8452386691 ring in shoppers haven on a Sunday a few weeks ago 718913-4693

FREE GIVEAWAYS 3 Glass Vases. 845.304.7927 big blue oriental rug 10 1/2ft x 8 1/2ft. 517-7456

To view free giveaway items and some items for sale please visit garaj. app. Submit your free giveaways at submit. garaj.app live chickens. 1845-213-0174

RAYIM IS LOOKING FOR A FAMILY TO PROVIDE A WARM AND LOVING HOME FOR A SWEET 6 YEAR OLD BOY WITH NEUROLOGICAL DISABILITIES. IF INTERESTED PLEASE CALL

352-7700 x 406

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‫הגה''צ רבי יעקב משה לעבאוויטש אב''ד ור''מ בית הילל ביי קביעת מזוזה אינעם פראכטפולן 'ריגעל זילבער' געשעפט אין‬ ‫קרית יואל וחתימת שטר שותפות צום אפקויפן א זכות אינעם נייעם בנין פון ישיבה בית הילל‬


‫פר‘ קרח תש‘‘פ לפ‘‘ק‬

‫פארמיטן די‬ ‫ַ‬ ‫טראגעדיע; א‬ ‫בעפאר‬ ‫ָ‬ ‫סעקונדע‬ ‫דאס ַארגסטע‬ ‫ָ‬

‫די חשוב'ע טעגליכע תהלים זאגער פון "תהלים כולל"‪ ,‬ביים‬ ‫הייליגן ציון פון הרה"ק מריבניץ זי"ע אין מאנסי‪ ,‬קענען שוין די‬ ‫נעמען כמעט אויף אויסענווייניג‪ .‬דאס זענען די נעמען פון א‬ ‫פילע היימישע פאמיליע‪ ,‬וואס די געטרייע מאמע האט‬ ‫איינגעשריבן אלע קינדער‪ ,‬די פארהייראטע און די וועלכע‬ ‫זענען נאך אין שטוב‪ ,‬אז זיי זאלן דערמאנט ווערן יעדן טאג‬ ‫בשעת דעם הארציגן תהלים זאגן‪ ,‬צום לעבן‪ ,‬צו פרידן‪ ,‬צו‬ ‫געזונט און צו מזל‪.‬‬ ‫"איך האב נישט קיין ספעציעלע בקשה"‪ ,‬האט די מוטער דאן‬ ‫איינפאך ערקלערט‪" ,‬איך האב ב"ה א מנהג צו אויסזאגן יעדע‬ ‫וואך דעם ספר תהלים‪ ,‬און כ'וויל דעריבער אז אויך ביים‬ ‫הייליגן ריבניצער זי"ע זאל מען דאווענען פאר מיין שטוב‪ ,‬פאר‬

‫מיינע ליכטיגע קינדער‪ ,‬אין ליידן און אין פריידן"‪.‬‬ ‫ביז יענעם אינדערפרי ווען די מאמע האט ערהאלטן דעם שוידערליכן טעלעפאן רוף‪" :‬אייער זון איז נארוואס אריבער א‬ ‫מאכטפולען עקסידענט‪ ,‬ווען א שנעל – פארענדע טראק האט אריינגעשמעטערט מיט'ן גאנצן קראפט אין דעם קאר וואו ער איז‬ ‫געזיצן‪ .‬מען פירט אים אצינד אריין אין אמבולאנס אויף אונטערזוכונגען"‪.‬‬ ‫מיט פארצאפלטע הערצער האט די משפחה ארויסגעקוקט און מתפלל געווען צו הערן גוטע בשורות‪ ,‬וואס האבן ווירקליך נישט‬ ‫געשפעטיגט צו קומען‪ .‬דאס אומגלויבליכע האט פאסירט און דער פאציענט איז נאך יענע נאכט געווען ביי זיך אינדערהיים‪,‬‬ ‫געזונט און פריש‪ָ ,‬אן דאס מינדסטע נאכווייען‪.‬‬

‫תהילים בליצן!‬

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‫פון די שענסטע חידושים אין דעם נאבעלן "תהלים על קלף" אונטערנעמונג איז‬ ‫דער פאקט אז עס וועט געשריבן ווערן לזכותם פון די הונדערטער "תהלים כולל‬ ‫מעמבער" וועלכע זענען אנגעשלאסן אין דעם גרויסן כח התפלה בכל ימות השנה‪,‬‬ ‫אזוי אז דאס וועט בעז"ה זיין א פאראייניגטע "כלל ישראל" פראיעקט‪ ,‬צו משפיע‬ ‫זיין שפע ברכות וישועות אויף אידישע קינדער‪.‬‬

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‫אין די‬ ‫קומענדיגע‬ ‫טעג‬

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‫הארצרייסענדע לויות פון הרה"ח ר' שמואל ארי' דייטש ע"ה און זיין טאכטער צפורה ע"ה וחתנו הרה"ח ר' שלמה בירנהאק ע"ה‬ ‫וואס זענען אומגעקומען אין א שוידערליכע עקסידענט פארגאנגענע וואך מאנטאג נעבן שיכון סקווירא‬


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‫צפורה‬ ‫ב"ר ארי'‬ ‫שמואל ע"ה‬

‫קרן יתומים‬ ‫קאמפיין‬ ‫‪ 1‬עקסידענט‬

‫‪ 2‬אלמנות‬

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‫עצרת הספד על פטירת הגאון הגדול רבי משה גרין זצ"ל ר"י ישיבה דמאנסי | בילדער מאטי גרין‬‬

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