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FOOD AND FAMILY Filling, flattening, diet breakfasts

TWO BY FOURS Sara has a big job ahead: to prepare Tehilla for a new school.

MAKESHIFT YESHIVA Why is Chaim homeschooled? This week: the reason.

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THE MONSEY VIEW

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I would like share a nice experience I had. I place a phone order each Wednesday morning at Buy Rite Supermarket. Their quality service for phone orders is unmatched! Every week, when I place my order, I tell the sales rep to write on my list that the order should not go out before a Monsey View is included. One week, my order arrived without The Monsey View and I was so disappointed. I called Buy Rite and told them, “Why do I have of all the good food, if I don’t have what to read while I enjoy it? They said that they have two options for me. They will either deliver it separately, or they could mail it to me! Later that day, I checked my mailbox to find that one of their workers had delivered a Monsey View to my home!

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NEW BOGGLE RULES

Thank you for changing the Boggle rules. We can now again enjoy the game. It is a lot more fun to compete this way than to see who knows how to read through the dictionary better!

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‫לכבוד די חשובע וואלענטירן פון די ברייט באקאנטע‬ .‫ כל אחד בשמו הטוב יבורך‬,”‫ארגענעזאציע “חברים‬ ‫איך וויל מיט די שורות אביסל ארויסברענגען מיינע‬

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My family is used to me chuckling out loud from an article I’m reading, but this was something else... How wonderful to know that it’s not just me who forgets vital ingredients, and how pleasant it is to have such a plain old FUN reading experience. The Monsey View never ceases to amaze with its plethora of good, wholesome reading! Yasher koach!

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.‫געפילן פון הכרת הטוב פאר אייער געטרייע און געלונגענע ארבעט‬ ‫ שעה פארן זמן און געציילטע מינוטן‬2 ‫פארגאנגענעם ערב שבת‬ ‫פארן אויפנעמען געסט האב איך זיך געפינען אונטער א מבול וואסער און‬ ‫ וועלכע האט פארפלייצט מיין‬sprinkler ‫רעזולטאט פון א צובראכענע‬ .‫דירה און פון מיינע שכנים אונטער מיר‬ .371-NEED ‫אין די פארלוירענע מינוטן איז מיר באלד ארויפגעקומען‬ ‫ אין מינוטן זענט‬,‫און וואס איר האט באוויזען איז באמת צו באוואונדערן‬ ‫ אפגעשטעלט די וואסער און זיך‬,‫ און גלייך געטוהן צו די זאך‬,‫איר געווען דא‬ .‫גענומען צו די ארבעט ארויס שעפן די וואסער פון אלע דירות‬ ‫ קורץ פארן זמן זענט איר אוועק ווען‬,‫נאך א שעה שווערע ארבעט‬ ‫ נישט ווארטענדיג אויף‬,‫ ריין און צוריק אין פלאץ‬,‫אלעס איז געווען טרוקען‬ .‫קיין יישר כח אדער גוט ווארט‬ ‫עס האט זיך ארויס געוויזען דעם “מי כעמך ישראל” אויפן שענסטע‬ !‫ יא! מיר האבן אמת’ע חברים‬,‫פארנעם‬ .‫תזכו למצוות און אסאך הצלחה און אייער געטרייע ארבעט‬ .‫משפחת ק‬

Your Voice

BE AN ACTIVE BYSTANDER

Thank you for providing this open forum for the community to voice their opinions and concerns! The summer is here and our children are spending a lot of time outdoors. In many neighborhoods, children have lots of friends, and the boys and/or girls play as a team. In other places, there may not be such achdus, or after a while children get into fights. My children are being taught the “model” of how to act when someone is being bullied. They are told that they have the power to stop a bully by being an active bystander. That means that when someone observes another child being hurt, even a stranger, they should speak up. My ten-year-old son was bullied by a neighbor down the block. Later, he was crying to me, “Mommy, a mother and child saw him running after me, heard me scream, and just ignored us. Why didn’t they try to stop him?” He was hurt! Of course, some mothers will say, “Let a mother deal with her own child.” True, if the mother is aware of her child’s actions, and takes care of the issue. But, if you see a child repeatedly fight and bully, you must be an active bystander. As the motto of the New York metro system goes, “If you see something, say something.” May we all have a wonderful summer full of achdus. S.Y.

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While driving in Boro Park on 60th Street, a car came from 13th Ave. and crashed into me. It was what the insurance called a Tbone. The car hit me exactly on the driver’s side. My airbag deployed and the car looked like it was totaled. I was very shaken up. The driver of the other car came yelling at me that I ran a red light. Luckily, there were witnesses that told him he was the one who ran the red light. The police came and wrote a police report. The driver told them that he thought he had the right of way. All except for one of the witnesses disappeared. The one witness was the driver behind me. He gave the police his information and added that he had a Dash Camera. The Dash Camera had taken a video of what had occurred. The witness told me he bought it because he had been in an accident like mine where the other side claimed he didn’t do anything wrong and there was no way to prove it. With the video, the insurance company saw clear proof that I had not caused the accident and therefore declared me free from any fault in the accident.

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night’s sleep. Try turning off the lights at 10 pm and winding down with a warm cup of tea at the end of the day. You do not want to start getting all hyped up and energetic late at night. Many people say that they are night owls, but I think that’s simply because their bodies are out of sync with their sleep cycle. Once you break the habit and start going to sleep before midnight (and I’m being very lenient here), then your body will allow you to get into the pattern of becoming a morning person. It might take time, but if you’re leptin resistant and struggling with your weight and fatigue, then you might want to consider going to bed earlier. The benefits of doing so are truly amazing. Since leptin is intricately involved in appetite regulation and metabolism, the chemical informs your brain when you are full, when it needs to start burning calories, and by extension, when it should create energy for your body to use. (Every single function of the body uses calories, from your heartbeat to blinking your eyes.) Leptin triggers a series of messages and responses that start in the hypothalamus and end in the thyroid gland. In turn, the thyroid gland controls the way your body stores and uses energy. During sleep, our leptin levels increase. They tell our brain that we have plenty of energy for the time being and that there’s no need to trigger feelings of hunger. However, when you don’t get enough sleep, you end up with not enough leptin in your body. That means your brain will interpret that you don’t have enough energy for your needs. As soon as your


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brain detects this, it will tell you that you’re hungry, although you already have enough stored fat and don’t need any additional food. So, your body will take the calories from the food you just ate and “store” them as fat! The decrease in leptin brought on by sleep deprivation can result in constant feelings of hunger, plus a general slowdown of your metabolism. Another hormone related to sleep and weight gain is ghrelin. The purpose of ghrelin is basically the exact opposite of leptin. Leptin tells your brain when you’re full, while ghrelin lets your brain know when you need to eat. During sleep, our ghrelin levels decrease, since sleep re-

quires far less energy than being awake. And you wouldn’t want your night to be disturbed by hunger. People who don’t sleep enough, as well as people who have abnormal sleeping patterns, end up with too much ghrelin in their system. Too much ghrelin signals hunger, while too little leptin doesn’t tell people when they’re full. • Try to aim for seven to nine hours of sleep each night. • Increase your exercise level, but ideally you should avoid working out within three hours of going to bed. • Avoid consuming caffeine around bedtime – caffeine can keep you awake at night.

• Get a mask for your eyes. You want to sleep in total darkness so as not to have any disruptions in your sleep cycle. I hope that you feel ready now to start turning off the lights, winding down, and getting a good night’s sleep. Remember, tomorrow is a new day. Make sure to tune in for next week’s article on the additional four steps one can take to reverse leptin resistance.

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It sounds so cliché, but it is the truth: life is filled with ups and downs. Nobody complains about the good times, of course, but the painful reality is that suffering is inevitable for everyone. Indeed, the Gemara in Arachin 16b says that if a person goes for forty days without experiencing any suffering, it means he already received his entire Olam Habah and has no more reward awaiting him, or it is a sign that a major catastrophe is forthcoming. There are different types of suffering. There is the unpredictable, everyday type of suffering that plagues everyone: lost objects, stubbed toes, toothaches, missed school buses, unexpected expenses, etc. Then there are the more devastating types of suffering: circumstances of deep pain that last for an extended period of time. Examples of this type of suffering include long-term poverty, extended illness of oneself or a loved one, ongoing loneliness, or being trapped in a difficult relationship, whether this relationship is with a spouse, parent, teacher, employer, etc. A person who lives his life reactively will naturally experience life as an emotional roller coaster. The easier times will find him content, and the more difficult times will find him in turmoil. It seems impossible that a person could live out his

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life with emotional equilibrium, as there is no person who can live out his life without going through times of deep pain. It says in this week’s Parsha, “Vaya’as kein Aharon… – Aharon did so; he lit the lamps toward the face of the Menorah, just as Hashem had commanded Moshe.” (Bamidbar 8:3) Rashi comments that Aharon’s praise

A person who lives with emunah will avoid the emotional roller coaster of life’s inevitable ups and downs, and find himself in a constant state of emotional equilibrium. is that he did not change. Aharon did exactly as he was commanded to do, neither adding to nor subtracting from the mitzvah. One might wonder why this is a praise? After all, this is what we would expect from a tzaddik, especially one of Aharon HaKohen’s caliber. The reality is that consistency in life is not simple at all. Aharon HaKohen personally did the mitzvah, never giving it over to any of his sons to perform (sefer Moshav Zekeinim),

every single day for the rest of his life, regardless of whatever was happening in his personal life – even after the deaths of his sons Nadav and Avihu. What was the key to Aharon HaKohen’s unwavering emotional equilibrium? How did he manage to stay even-keeled despite the numerous ups and downs that are inevitable in life? The Imrei Menachem of Alexander, ztz”l, cites the Midrash: “R’ Pinchas said in the name of R’ Shmuel bar Abba: one who serves his master properly merits freedom. From where do we know this? From Yosef, who served his master faithfully and merited freedom.” (Midrash Shir Hashirim 1:1) The Imrei Menachem quotes R’ Menachem Mendel of Vorki as saying that serving one’s master properly means believing in hashgacha pratis and recognizing that all the circumstances of one’s life come from Hashem, the true Master. Yosef HaTzaddik found himself a slave to an Egyptian master. Rather than rebelling against the horrendous circumstance in which he found himself or falling into an understandable depression, Yosef instead recognized that Hashem had orchestrated all the events of his life from pleasant to unpleasant. Yosef not only accepted his lot in life graciously, but he threw himself whole-


Hilchos Shabbos heartedly into his avodah. Recognizing Hashem’s hashgacha over his life, Yosef viewed every command from Potiphar as if Hashem Himself had spoken the command, and he viewed his avodah under Potifar as avodas Hashem. In the z’chus of his emunah that Hashem had decreed his enslavement, Yosef ultimately merited redemption. The Imrei Menachem explains that every person should aim to recognize Hashem’s hashgacha over his life and subordinate himself to Hashem’s will in every situation. By living one’s life in this way, we can fulfill Hashem’s will at all times and merit great happiness, no matter what our circumstances. Taking this concept to its logical limit, R’ Zusia of Anipoli said that even if Hashem would command him to go into gehinnom, he would jump in with great simcha because he would be fulfilling Hashem’s command. A person who lives with emunah will avoid the emotional roller coaster of life’s inevitable ups and downs, and find himself in a constant state of emotional equilibrium. Thus, we see that Aharon HaKohen’s greatness was his constant balance under every circumstance. No matter what was happening around him, nothing happened to him – he did not change. The fact is that in many cases, a person who is suffering is unable to extricate himself from the situation through any natural means. This is the greatest proof that the situation came from Hashem and Hashem alone. By focusing our intellect on this logic, a person can grab hold of this emotional lifeline and anchor himself onto Hashem. The Imrei Menachem teaches us that even when there is a gezeira that a person must undergo a period of suffering, he can merit deliverance by following Yosef’s example. Living with emunah has the power to not only keep us in a state of emotional balance, but it can even be our ticket to freedom from the painful circumstance itself. Had Yosef rebelled, he might not have been released from bondage – by submitting himself to Hashem’s will, he unlocked the door of his own prison. Let us learn from Aharon HaKohen and from Yosef HaTzaddik to try to accept all of our life situations with emunah and thus merit not only equilibrium, but hopefully freedom from all pain and suffering as well.

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Question 1: In the middle of the seudah on Friday night, I accidentally removed the pot of cholent from the blech, thinking it was the soup. Am I allowed to put it back on the blech on Shabbos? Question 2: On Shabbos, the timer accidently shut off the blech. Is it muttar to put the cholent on my neighbor’s blech? Question 3: I put all the hot, fully cooked pots of food on the blech. On Shabbos, I realized the hot plate had not been switched on before Shabbos, but the food was still hot. What is the halacha? Halacha: In order to be allowed to replace a pot on the blech, the following five conditions must be met: 1. All parts of the cholent have to be fully cooked (i.e. potatoes, meat, bones, beans, barley) to a point where one considers it as totally edible according to his standards and those of the typical person in his town. 2. The food should be warmer than 99°F (when one dips one’s finger into the food, it should feel at least a little warm). [According to the Shitas HaTanya (‫)תניא‬, it should be about 160°F.] 3. When removing the pot from the blech, one had the intention of replacing it on the blech. 4. One did not put the pot down on the floor. The accepted opinion is that putting it on the counter is considered as if one put it down on the floor. 5. The fire must be grufah uktuma. The definition of grufa uktuma is, that the fire is covered, and the place where one controls the fires must be covered.. In today’s day in time, the above would include: • A stove whose fire and knobs are covered • An oven that is covered1 inside with silver foil and the outside

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knobs are covered. • A crock pot or slow cooker whose knobs are covered • An electric Shabbos hot plate with no controls to raise or lower the temperature Answer 1: If one mistakenly took the pot off the blech and put it on the counter, it is still considered as if one had the intention of putting it back, since removing the pot was unintentional. Even though the pot was put down on the counter, one may return it to the blech as soon as one realizes one’s mistake, because of oneg Shabbos. This is on condition that: • The food has not dropped below room temperature. • It is one of the main courses of the Shabbos meal. • The dish was prepared for a special occasion (guests, simcha etc.). Answer 2: If the Shabbos timer caused the hot plate to turn off on Shabbos, it would not even be considered as having putting it down on the counter. Therefore, one may take the food over to somebody else’s blech without any limitations. Answer 3: On Shabbos, if one realizes that the fire/hot plate had never been turned on, one may turn a frying pan or pot upside-down (‫)קדירה הפוכה‬, and place it on somebody else’s blech. One may then put the cholent on the upside-down pot down which is on the blech. It is muttar to cover the pot with a towel (while ensuring that one side of the pot stays open so as not to be over on hatmana [insulating]). If this method will not work for a cholent to cook properly, the next option is relying on Reb S. Z. Aurbach’s zt”l psak, and putting it directly onto the blech. This is only muttar if it is the main course, for oneg Shabbos. These halachos pertain to Ashkenazim. Sefardim, according to the Bais Yosef, have different opinions.

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WHEN? Each afternoon, between 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm. WHO? All Monsey children ages 3 through 14 WHAT HAS TO GET DONE? 1. All litter should be picked up. Do not place loose garbage directly into the outdoor garbage cans. Use bags. 2. Riding toys, bikes, helmets, swimming pools, and outdoor furniture should be put away and neatly arranged. 3. After garbage has been collected, return garbage cans to the garbage house or designated space. 4. Boxes should be folded neatly and kept inside the garbage house or indoors until the day of pickup.

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MONDAY

‫ כ' סיון‬June 27

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TUESDAY

‫ כ"א סיון‬June 28

WEDNESDAY

‫ כ"ב סיון‬June 29

THURSDAY

‫ כ"ג סיון‬June 30

FRIDAY

‫ כ"ד סיון‬July 1

‫כ"ה סיון‬

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‫ כ"ז סיון‬July 4

‫ כ"ח סיון‬July 5

‫כ"ט סיון‬

July 6

‫ל' סיון‬

July 7

‫ א' תמוז‬July 8

‫ב' תמוז‬

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July 12

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July 10

‫ ד' תמוז‬July 11

Mega Sunday Reward Day #1 Starting Round #2 ______ ______ ______ ______ ______ ______ 5:00-7:00 cleanup July 17

‫ה' תמוז‬

‫ו' תמוז‬

‫ ז' תמוז‬July 14

‫ ח' תמוז‬July 15

‫ט' תמוז‬

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‫ י"א תמוז‬July 18

‫ י"ב תמוז‬July 19

‫ י"ג תמוז‬July 20

‫ י"ד תמוז‬July 21

‫ ט"ו תמוז‬July 22

‫ט"ז תמוז‬

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July 24

‫ י"ח תמוז‬July 25

Mega Sunday Reward Day #2 Starting Round #3 ______ ______ ______ ______ ______ ______ 5:00-7:00 cleanup July 31

‫ י"ט תמוז‬July 26

‫ כ' תמוז‬July 27

‫ כ"א תמוז‬July 28

‫ כ"ב תמוז‬July 29

‫כ"ג תמוז‬

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‫ כ"ה תמוז‬August 1

‫ כ"ו תמוז‬August 2

‫ כ"ז תמוז‬August 3 ‫ כ"ח תמוז‬August 4 ‫כ"ט תמוז‬

August 5

‫א' אב‬

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August 7

‫ ג' אב‬August 8

Mega Sunday Reward Day #3 Starting Round #4 ______ ______ ______ ______ ______ ______ 5:00-7:00 cleanup August 14

‫י' אב‬

‫ ד' אב‬August 9

‫ ה' אב‬August 10

‫ ו' אב‬August 11

‫ ז' אב‬August 12

‫ח' אב‬

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August 17

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August 15

‫ י"א אב‬August 16

‫י"ב אב‬

‫י"ג אב‬

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August 21

‫ י"ז אב‬August 22

Mega Sunday Reward Day #4 ______ ______ ______ ______ ______ ______ 5:00-7:00 cleanup

‫ י"ח אב‬August 23

‫ י"ט אב‬August 24

‫כ' אב‬

August 25

‫ כ"א אב‬August 26

‫כ"ב אב‬

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Participating Children:


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School was almost starting. Sara and Elimelech told Tehilla about her change of school and the girl threw a prolonged tantrum, the most terrific one she’d ever had. Sara patted her hair, gave her a tissue for her nose, and brought a cup of orange juice to her mouth even as she kicked and yelled — because Sara understood. She had fought with all her dignity for this change not to happen, knowing that a change of school for this girl was devastating. “I’m only going if Raizel Miriam comes as well,” Tehilla bargained. It was a feeble attempt. Raizel Miriam was the most popular girl in the class, a sweet-natured child who was good to everyone, including the Tehilla kind of soul, from a well-heeled family and no, she wasn’t going anywhere. When that piece of information was gently relayed to Tehilla, that she was the only girl in her class switching out, Tehilla responded as her mother expected. She screamed, cried, raged, bit her pillow, and vowed she wouldn’t go. Sara knew Tehilla meant that seriously, that once uttered, she rigidly kept her word. “We’ll buy you a new uniform,” Sara told her. “And really pretty new sweaters and supplies.” “I don’t want new sweaters. I want my old ones. I’m never giving up my favorite sweater.” Her old sweater, like her sisters, was embroidered with the beautiful — and now painful to look at — symbol emblem. “You’ll get that leather Kipling bag you wanted. You’re afraid of change, but it’ll be okay. I’ll tell you exactly what your first day will be like.” Sara outlined the day for Tehilla, from when the sun rose in the sky to dispel the bruised-colored darkness, until Tehilla came home to her favorite supper of spaghetti, meatballs, and string beanmango salad. As she listened to the details, the girl grew still, absorbed, and better equipped to handle a change that now felt more familiar. The briefcase, which Sara highlighted in her tale of Tehilla’s First Day of School helped convince the girl. Sunday was shopping day. There was

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The girl threw a prolonged tantrum, the most terrific one she’d ever had. “Oh, so then us being here for sure won’t bother you,” Tzipoiry said excitedly. So this wasn’t about Sara at all, only about getting past her. Sara shrugged and headed to the car, her girls trailing behind her. “You’ll let them make a pool in our backyard?” Tehilla asked, alarmed. Rivky and Nechama were more enthusiastic. “Why not? Let them be there. We’re not there anyway.” They sensed their mother wasn’t altogether happy with her privacy being infringed upon by a woman who had neither time nor personal boundaries. Yet they were eager to please the new people and potential friends. The shopping trip was fruitful, expensive, and utterly exhausting. Sara found herself getting short with her girls for no good reason, when they were up to their third shoe store. Just the walking in between aisles, picking shoes up, suggesting them, bending down to feel the fit, and negotiating with the girls who always chose either the most absurd or flimsiest of shoes — her shoulders had a knot in them and she was tired. “We should eat something,” she finally suggested. They stopped into Chai Pizza but the place was

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There were balloons everywhere, like they’d sowed the garden with latex overnight. And plastic spoons and forks. back and change her mind but Sara told her, “Absolutely not.” They were to be happy with what they got. Rivky sulked, but Sara was too exhausted to care. And here she was, pulling up to her house. Only — the house looked different. The front yard looked as if a circus train had rolled through and left all of its happy-colored debris behind. There were wrappers everywhere. Everywhere. Freeze pops and Italian Ices and silver foil. And her backyard was swarming with people; one mother crouched in front of her flower bush with her children, yelling out instructions and hiding behind her oversized camera. “Come. Come join us,” Tzipoiry yelled from near the kiddie pool, where the swish, swish of water pouring over the nylon walls was heard loud and clear. “We decided to have a joint supper,” she said, her face flushed with a feverish grin. “We still have some hot dogs and bbq’d corn on the cob left over.” Tzipoiry rummaged through a box and held up a triumphant container of cole slaw. “Here. There’s enough for your entire family.” There were balloons everywhere, like they’d sowed the

garden with latex overnight. And plastic spoons and forks. And women who didn’t even turn around when she came into her backyard, as if it were their playground and she was trespassing. “I never gave permission,” she started saying, but her voice was swallowed up by Tzipoiry, screaming at her toddler not to cross the street, and Sara was thankful, because she didn’t want to be the mean neighbor, but didn’t they themselves understand that this was a terrible infringement? She’d better go inside and calm down, Sara knew, even as the voices of chatting mothers and gleeful children and the occasional “come here” or “don’t do that” would make their way into her home. She had better calm herself before coming up with a solution. To be continued...

Chany Rosengarten’s work has appeared in Mishpacha, Ami, Jewish Press, Chabad.org, Lakewood Shopper and of course, The Monsey View. She writes for businesses and entertainment venues, gives workshops on writing and success, and her book Jerusalem Stone will soon be released.


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Low-Fat Yogurt Pancakes Sometimes you’re in the mood of a hearty, filling breakfast – this is it! The yogurt adds great taste and texture; you can actually play around with different flavors of yogurt. Don’t try Greek yogurt, though, because it is too thick and won’t work for this recipe.

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Directions: 1. In a medium bowl, beat the egg. Add in the yogurt and mix. Add baking soda and flour. Mix until just combined and let stand for five minutes. 2. Heat the oil in a non-stick frying pan. Drop ¼ cup of pancake batter at a time into the pan. 3. Wait until bubbles form around edges and then flip over for an additional two minutes. Serve with fresh fruit.

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body shop fees. Also, There is a fee called the “disposition fee” that most companies (besides Ford) charge when you return the car, unless you stay with their company. This is important to consider when you want to switch mid- or end- term to a deal that’ll save you five or ten dollars monthly, but will cost you more with the disposition fee.

BUYING A CAR: If you decide that buying a car is your best option, we think we know what your next question will be! Financing a new car or purchasing a pre-owned car? Consider the following comparisons to decide if a new or used vehicle is best for you. Cost: A new car costs more, and depreciates (drops in value due to wear and tear) the minute you buy it, even 15% or more. The value can drop hundreds

or even thousands of dollars the day you drive it off the car dealer’s lot. That technically means that should you decide to sell your car, it will be worth a lot less than you paid for it soon after you bought it. Used cars continue to depreciate, but are more predictable, since cars typically depreciate the most during the first three years. The relative advantage of the used-car price

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can also allow a buyer to step up to a nicer model. However, a loan for a used car may carry a higher interest rate than for a new car. Also, cars more than seven years old might be difficult to qualify for financing. On the flip side, new cars typically come with a comprehensive warranty free of charge that covers the cost of repairs and labor for up to three to four years or 36,000 to 48,000 miles, whichever comes first. Used cars may have warranty costs and higher maintenance costs, and run the risk of causing you trouble. Value: A new car hasn’t been in any accidents, doesn’t smell funny, has seen no wear or tear, and comes with a clean history that includes only being driven off the line, onto a transporter, and around the dealer’s lot. The newer the car, the more modern tech packed inside. Multimedia and navigation interfaces are constantly evolving and improving, so you get to have the latest in gadgets. With a new car you often have the flexibility to order the features, colors, and other options you want. You can’t “order” a used


You can’t “order” a used car with the features and options you want, and waiting for the perfect match could take months.

car with the features and options you want, and waiting for the perfect match could take months. However, you can research vehicle history reports and reliability reports to help determine future reliability. In short, the right answer to the new-or-used car question depends on the buyer — his budget, his philosophy about money, and his need for basic transportation versus style or features. If cost is not a large factor, and you want worry-free driving with full warranties and all the latest tech and safety features, then buying brand new may be the right answer for you. However, if you are looking to get the most value for your money or to stay on a limited budget with lower overall ownership cost, and don’t mind the extra time it takes to find the right car, in the right condition, and maintaining it, then buying a used car might be the right choice. Note: A good middle ground between new and used is a “great pre-owned” car. These have been checked out by a trusted

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dealer and can come with a warranty. If you choose to go with a pre-owned vehicle, it would be worth your while to speak to an agent at Deals on Wheels, where this option is available. This will prevent unnecessary aggravation and save you time and money. What do I need to know/have to be eligible to purchase a car? When you buy a car with cash, without financing, all you need is six points of ID and an insurance policy on your name (even a minimal state coverage will do). You do not even need a driver’s license! If you are financing, you will need a good credit score to be approved for a loan, and you also need full coverage insurance. What are some good things to Brought to you by

know when purchasing a warranty along with the car? DO NOT purchase a warranty from offers you receive in the mail. Those are all marketing strategies from random warranty companies who have a list of people that have their cars for about three years, and offer you vague yet tempting warranties that mostly cover their expenses, claiming that your manufacturer’s warranty has run out. Instead, we urge you to TRUST YOUR CAR DEALER; the options they offer you are the best and safest way to go. Remember: your dealer wants you to remain a happy customer and has your best interests in mind! Keep in mind: If you are planning to keep your car for a long period of time, make sure the terms and mileage makes sense to you (at least as far as you can calculate at that point!). Try to keep your deductibles as low as possible. Most companies have the option of a $0 deductible. We wish you all good luck on making the best choice. Have a safe trip and enjoy your ride! Still not clear which way to go? Call a Deals on Wheels representative today to discuss your personal pros and cons. Each customer is an only customer; each deal is the most important one for the day. At Deals on Wheels, you’ll be in good hands!


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Prepare your supplies. You will need: shmattes for both cleaning and drying, soap (experts recommend buying specially formulated car soap), a water hose and spigot, and a bucket.

Park your car out of direct sunlight. Soap that dries prematurely will leave ugly splotches, so slow down the drying process by limiting sun exposure as much as possible. Do not wash your car immediately after driving either, as the heated body will also cause blotches.

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Hose off the car. Do not use a very strong stream of water, since this could cause scratches, as small, gritty bits work their way over the carâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s body. Keep the hose aimed downwards; upwards could cause water to enter sealed areas.

Pull the windshield wipers away from glass. They should click into place, staying in a propped position.

7. Wash the top of the car. Starting from the top, wash the car with a soapy shmatte. Rinse your shmatte frequently with plain water and re-soap.

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Clean the wheels. Wheels are usually quite filthy, and often can gunk up the shmatte. Make sure to rinse and re-soap frequently. Spokes are best tackled with a skinny wheel brush that can be purchased at automotive shops. Spend once, use often!

Rinse the bottom of the car with the hose and any residual soap elsewhere.

Towel down your car. Grab your shmattes and dry your newly-cleaned vehicle! (A plastic squeegee can be used to help get rid of excess water before the toweling begins.)

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HANG-ON-FOR-DEAR-LIFE ROADWAYS 1 North Yungas Road: Dubbed the world’s most dangerous road, this Bolivian road connects the northern region of the country with the capital city and services more than 25,000 people a year. Most of the road is only ten feet wide and overlooks a rail-less drop of 2,000 feet. To make matters worse, both cars and bikers travel on both sides of the street. It is for good reason that the locals call it the “Death Road.” 2 Dalton Highway: Though I love snow, I wouldn’t want to try out the Dalton Highway anytime; certainly not during

winter! This highway is based in Alaska and crosses the Arctic Circle. Only the bravest truck drivers trained (and prepared) for survival in temperatures that can drop to -89° dare try this passing; in a single 240-mile stretch there are 0 gas stations, 0 restaurants, hotels, or facilities, and most exciting? A large chance of having 0% cell phone service and contact with the outside world! 3 Million Dollar Highway: Once you’ve braved this Colorado highway, you’ll feel like a million dollars. Or at least like a total fool. What were you thinking?! For 25 miles this highway takes you 11,000 feet above sea level — with no guardrails. I actually slept straight through this drive as a child, waking up to find a white-knuckled parent thankful to actually be alive!

HOW’D-THEY-DO-THAT? ROADWAYS 4 The Judge Harry Pregerson Interchange: This highway doesn’t necessarily leave one wondering how the road was made, it just leaves one scratching his head, wondering how in the world to navigate the thing. Known as the most complicated interchange in the country, this Los Angeles Interchange can leave one dizzy. 5 The Guoliang Tunnel: Yes, that is a mountain. And yes, there is a tunnel hewn into it. And yes, there are millions of pounds of stone on top of travelers’ heads. And surprisingly, this road is an improvement on the locals’ older form of transportation in which the Chinese villagefolk used to climb a nearly vertical path of 720 steps up the side of the mountain to reach their homes! After enough frustration and isolation, a group of men began digging by hand and created this tunnel to link themselves to the outside world.

GRAB-YOUR-CAMERA ROADWAYS 6 California State 1: This highway is absolutely spectacular, and I speak from personal experience. Do I have to warn you, though, that parts of it are not for those with a fear of bridges? Or driving near water? Or heights? 7 Scenic Byway 163: The red rocks and desert plateaus stretch for endless miles on this Arizonian roadway. 8 Tianmen Mountain Road: Just look at the picture! 9 The Icefields Parkway: I wish I had this to stare at everyday! Well, minus the road. But if you’ve got to take a road to

get to it, this Canadian highway will treat you to some of the most spectacular views of the Rocky Mountains.

10 Generals Highway: This lovely drive will treat you to the exotic view of America’s native Sequoia forest, with gorgeous trees wide enough for a car to drive through! The colors in the fall are spectacular!

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“All that is within me cries out to go back to my home on the Hudson River,” Franklin D. Roosevelt said of Hyde Park during his presidency. This idyllic town of sprawling acres of grass, bordered by the Hudson River is perfect for a day away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. In fact, Roosevelt built the fully wheelchair-accessible Top Cottage retreat near his home in Hyde Park to have a place to “escape the mobs” during his presidency. (He had originally planned to return there after his second term as president, but his plans changed when he went on to become the only president elected to four terms.)

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T L I B R E D N A THE V MANSION 119 Vanderbilt Park Rd. Hyde Park, NY 12538 845-229-7770

Although it could be considered modest for a Vanderbilt (some even call it their â&#x20AC;&#x153;cottageâ&#x20AC;?!), this 54-room well-preserved mansion, brilliantly crafted and luxuriously furnished, is fascinating. In it, you get a glimpse of the opulence with which the top 1% of society lived during the Gilded Age. The magnificent grounds and gardens, which include three-tiered Italian gardens, are in peak condition around the year, and afford visitors with breathtaking views of the Hudson River. Summertime, when everything is in bloom, is the perfect season to enjoy the property for strolling, picnicking, and photography.

Mansion: May through October, tour begins at 9:15, 10, 11, 12, 1, 2, 3, and 4. All tours begin at the Pavilion Visitor Center. Grounds: All day until sunset

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Since the three historic sites featured offer a free shuttle, “The Roosevelt Ride,” from the Metro-North Railroad station in Poughkeepsie, public transportation is a great option. This operates every day from May to October.

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Itinerary 1. Take the Tappan Zee Express from Spring Valley Transit Center to Tarrytown. (845- 364-3333 for schedule; you will have to use two TOR tickets or pay $3.00 for passengers over 40 inches.) Alternately, you can choose to take a taxi to The Metro-North Station in Tarrytown, or drive and park the car in Tarrytown. 2. Catch the Metro-North train from Tarrytown to Poughkeepsie. Make sure to take a train that will get you to Poughkeepsie at 10:36 am on weekdays and 10:44 am on weekends, as this is the only time the Roosevelt Ride shuttle does its run from the Metro-North station to Hyde Park. This train ride is a breathtaking scenic trip up the Hudson River — one of the world’s most beautiful train journeys! (212-532-4900 for Metro-North schedules) 3. At Poughkeepsie, go up the stairs or take the elevator to the tickets hall. 4. Look for uniformed National Park Service Personnel and inform them that you’d like to go to Hyde Park. 5. Board the Roosevelt Ride Shuttle Bus for the 10-minute trip to the Franklin D. Roosevelt Home and the FDR Presidential Library and Museum, or to the Vanderbilt Mansion.

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Aerial view of the Springwood estate of the Franklin D. Roosevelt family. 1932. In the distance is the Hudson River.

History lovers everywhere, this one is for you. You can devote several hours making fascinating discoveries about our 32nd President, touring his Home and his Presidential Library and Museum. The Roosevelt home was preserved as is, giving visitors a personal glimpse into the life of Roosevelts and of that era with family artifacts and very knowledgeable tour guides. The museum has many exhibits and tons to see about FDRâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s presidency and the issues faced on personal and national levels. The grounds are beautiful, and has some Hudson River Views. Top cottage is not accessible by car. It can be reached either with the Roosevelt Ride shuttle or through a 1-mile hike trail from the main FDR property.

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Please note that carriages and cameras with flashes are not allowed inside the home and museum. During periods of high visitation it is not unusual for tours to sell out. Be aware that when visiting during the summer season, it can get quite warm inside the home, since thereâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s no air conditioning there. All tours begin in the Henry A. Wallace Visitor Center. (There are public restrooms there, too.)


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Museum: 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., April through October The Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library & Museum is a self-guided tour. Home: Guided tours are offered throughout the day (approximately 1 hour), with the last tour at 4:00 PM. Top Cottage: 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., May through October FDRâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Car in the FDR Museum

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Wellspring ofWISDOM By: Kaila Weingarten, MS Ed

Wellspring Early Intervention Service Coordinator

LET’S GO RIDE A BIKE Should I let you in on my deep, dark secret? Okay, here I go. DEEP BREATH. I don’t know how to ride a bike. So I actually took some time now to figure out this bike business. Wherein lies my problem? Researching for this article, I’ve come to the realization that as I was growing up, I shied away from physical activity; I preferred to read a book. Although I’m not alone in my ungainliness, knowing when to worry can be tricky. Up to six percent of school-aged children have trouble with the motor skills required for many tasks, from getting dressed to riding a bike and climbing stairs. After all, who hasn’t seen a toddler bump into the wall or a preschooler struggle to tie her shoes? Clumsiness when children are young, or trying out a new skill, is very normal because they’re just finding their way around. Some children simply take a little longer to learn certain skills. Others just aren’t as athletically inclined as their friends. But when they have difficulty and get frustrated performing motor activities that are age appropriate, even if they’re motivated and have adequate opportunity to practice, concerned parents should give Wellspring a call. “When we start to learn something new, we have to pay attention to exactly where our body is,” says an occupational therapist. “We get the feel of the movement very quickly. It’s like we’re making a blueprint.” That’s why so many children have difficulty learning to ride a bicycle. “They have to think about pushing their foot down every

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time they pedal, which makes it harder to focus on steering,” she says. I know that feeling well. When I’m trying to master a dance step or learn how to jump rope, my brain is so busy focusing on the direction and the action, that I fumble and feel like a klutz. Many kids with coordination challenges reach their very early motor milestones on track. They sit up, walk, and may run within normal limits. It’s not until they hit age two or three, when they’re expected to begin using their hands and feet in a coordinated manner, that they begin to stand out from their peers. At the dinner table, they spill their milk and can’t cut their meat. In class, they might use their arms to prop their head up on the desk. They also tend to shy away from team sports. (Which I can totally relate to; I never played Machanayim or jumped rope with my neighbors.) Boys in particular can be made fun of and sidelined by their peers. Wellspring’s physical therapists don’t only help children gain motor skills; they enable children to keep up with their peers socially.

WHAT ARE SOME COORDINATION MILESTONES NEEDED, ESPECIALLY FOR BIKE RIDING? To ride on two wheels, along with wanting to try, chil-


dren should be able to: • stand on one foot for ten seconds, which indicates good core stability • skip and gallop, which indicates that a child has the ability to easily shift her weight from one side to the other • perform coordinated tasks with the lower body — for example, kicking a ball with alternate feet while running

THE BENEFITS OF RIDING A BICYCLE So, what am I missing out on? It’s hard to think of a better activity than riding a bike when it comes to lower extremity strengthening. As children learn to work both

a great family or group activity, is the perfect way to keep your brood fit.

like beeping horns, and compartments where they can collect items.

WHAT ARE APPROPRIATE BIKES FOR YOUNG CHILDREN?

Two Years Two-year-olds are just learning to pedal. Some children may start using tricycles with pedals, especially during the latter half of this age period.

Twelve Through Eighteen Months Children become capable of using ride-on toys that are propelled by their feet after they have a steady walk. These children, especially the youngest in this age group, may not be able to alternate their feet when pushing ride-on toys. They cannot pedal yet, and will propel the ride-on by pushing

It’s not until they hit age two or three, when they’re expected to begin using their hands and feet in a coordinated manner, that they begin to stand out from their peers. legs together to turn the pedals, they get to practice bilateral coordination. This requires the same alternating leg movements that are required for coordinated, fluent walking. In addition, kids get great practice with balance as they lift their feet off of the ground and up to the pedals before initiating movement. Biking, which is also

with both feet simultaneously. Nineteen Through TwentyThree Months Toddlers can drive the Cozy Coupe in which they sit inside and propel by pushing with their feet. Features that make ride-on toys more attractive to toddlers include bright colors, special sound effects

Three Years Children at age three have developed the ability to pedal, and have the coordination required to use a steering wheel or handlebar. They can use three-wheeled scooters and enjoy tricycles. They can use a small bicycle with training wheels. Four Through Five Years Children four and five years old are interested in vehicles used by older peers. Depending on experience, most children by the age of five have the balance and coordination to use two-wheeled scooters and bicycles without training wheels. Although learning to ride a bike doesn’t come so easy for all, remember the quote, “It’s like riding a bicycle…once you learn, you’ll never forget.”

Wellspring has been providing evaluations and therapy services to the community for 15 years. Mrs. N. Meisner, Director carefully selects licensed and dedicated professionals; they are handpicked for their sensitivity, as well as their expertise. Convenient and confidential, services are administered in the setting of your choice, at no cost to you. Wellspring’s elite staff can make a difference in your child’s life. Often, the sooner a suspected delay is addressed, the quicker it can be resolved. Call Wellspring at 845-426-7700 to discuss any concerns you may have regarding your child’s development.

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It wasn’t a fair trade: the lumber and asphalt of the multi-unit condominiums in exchange for the flora and fauna of Monsey. Still, the country bumpkin in us prevails, and trees and shrubs are now planted in thimbles. Gardening and beautifying our homes has always infused us with verve, and we have all learned to grow fond of nature. Most of us relish a break from the rush of our daily lives. We enjoy the beauty and serenity of being in a natural setting. We don’t have to be tree huggers to sense that nature is good for us. The myriad mental and physical health benefits derived from being enveloped by trees doesn’t mandate us living amidst the deep, dark forest. Research shows that even five minutes around trees or in green spaces may improve health. Think of it as a prescription, with no negative side effects, that’s also free! How would preserving the trees in our neighborhoods make us healthier? Detrimental to our health and to the wellbeing of our children is the alarming number of trees being axed in our community. Houses must be built to provide for our flourishing new neighborhoods, yet that mustn’t stop us from preserving our plant life… The streets of Monsey used to be lined with many trees. Once winter’s majesty faded, it was hard to miss the pearly sprigs forming a fragrant canopy over the lanes, and the leaves’ fiery hues come autumn. Yet trees aren’t merely planted to ornament our neighborhoods. Pollution is real, especially when it’s trapped under a thick layer of carbon dioxide. The oaks, the pines, the stately maples, and many others penetrate this CO2 “bubble” by ingesting this greenhouse gas (CO2),


and exhaling fresh oxygen, thereby purifying the air we breathe, plus the environment at large. More trees equal more carbon dioxide processed into oxygen, saving our Monsey environment for future generations. Research is casting light on how spending time outdoors surrounded by foliage keeps us hale. Exposure to all that’s verdant can actually boost our immune system. While we inhale the fresh air, we breathe in phytoncide, airborne chemicals that plants give off to protect themselves from insects. Phytoncides have antibacterial and antifungal qualities which help plants fight disease. When people inhale these chemicals, our bodies respond by increasing the number and activity of a type of white blood cell, called natural killer (NK) cells. These cells kill tumor- and virus-infected cells in our bodies. In one study, increased NK activity from a 3-day, 2-night “forest bathing” trip lasted for more than 30 days. Japanese researchers are currently exploring whether exposure to phytoncide can help prevent certain kinds of cancer. Spending time with nature reduces stress, lowers blood pressure, and improves mood. Numerous studies show that both exercising in forests and simply sitting looking at the trees reduce blood pressure, as well as the stress-related hormones cortisol

and adrenaline. Reports examining the same activities in urban, unplanted areas showed no reduction of stress-related effects. Researchers found that dwelling amongst greenery significantly decreased the scores for anxiety, depression, anger, confusion and fatigue. And because stress inhibits the immune system, the stress-reduction benefits of plants are further magnified. Your kids climbing the walls? Maybe it’s high time for a trip to the local park! In children, attention fatigue causes an inability to pay attention and control impulses. The part of the brain affected by attention fatigue (right prefrontal cortex) is also involved in Attention-Deficit/ Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). Studies prove that children who get their cheeks flushed in natural outdoor environments, have a decrease in attention fatigue, and children diagnosed with ADHD show a decline in related symptoms. Lately, researchers are investigating the use of outdoor recreation to supplement current approaches to managing ADHD. This method has the advantages of being widely accessible, inexpensive, and free of side effects! Patients recover from surgery faster and better when they have a “green” view. Hospital patients may be stressed from a variety of factors, including pain, fear, and disruption of normal routine. Vast research found

that patients sitting amongst trees for just a few hours daily, had shorter postoperative stays, took fewer painkillers, and had slightly fewer postsurgical complications, compared to those who slouched amidst walls of white. The above is proven by the following anecdote: The family of a man who underwent neurosurgery to excise a brain tumor had called me to facilitate the complex recovery that awaited. Besides for preparing special teas, I advised the family to take the patient out to Central Park as frequently as possible. The results stunned the post-surgery physicians! These trips revitalized him and bolstered his physical performancemaking him recover on a miraculous pace B”H! Lolling amongst the elements helps us focus. Our days are a cacophony of jobs, family, and personal life. Trying to focus on many activities or even a single thing for long periods of time can mentally drain us. Nature; looking at plants, water, birds and the like, gives the cognitive portion of our brain a break, allowing us to focus better. This rejuvenates our ability to be patient with ourselves and those around us. Chopping a tree takes sixty minutes; growing one anew takes sixty years… It’s time to “uproot” our timber plans and keep our trunks firmly set in the ground.

Esther Apter is a European-licensed specialist in pharmacogosy; herbal pharmacology. She is a doctor of alternative medicine and a member of the American Alternative Medical Association (AAMA). She diagnoses medically and heals a wide range of illnesses in her private office located in Rockland County. She specializes in Hirudo therapy for women who suffer various complications during significant life stages. Licensed by the American Apitherapy Society (AAS), she treats arthritis and MS with Bee Venom Therapy. Esther Apter is also renowned as developer of the unique herbal formulas for NEWNUTRIC CORPORATION, where herbal supplements are made fresh for a healthier and better you. Esther Apter, Doctor of Alternative Medicine, can be reached via phone: (845) 425-5467.

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By M. C. Millman

Bike riding: a right of childhood. There’s so much excitement in learning how to ride on one’s own bike, together with the thrill of the wind on one’s face and the exhilaration of pedaling furiously, just for the sake of it. But along with learning how to balance on a bike, which once learned is never forgotten, comes learning and reviewing the rules that are an integral part of riding a bike safely in order to prevent the more than the

half million bike-related accidents seen in emergency rooms annually. Given that nearly sixty percent of these accidents involve children ages fifteen and younger, teaching bike safety, reviewing it, and making sure it’s put into practice is clearly an integral part of keeping children safe. At the start of each summer riding season, review the basic rules to remind children to exercise bike safety at all times.

Make sure to wear a helmet, as head injuries account for 63% of bike fatalities • Helmets should fit securely and not obstruct vision. • Even a child riding with training wheels should wear a helmet.

Avoid bike riding in the early evening. If this is not possible: • Install a headlight visible for 500 feet, wear a reflector, and make sure the bike has rear reflectors.

Wear shoes that grip pedals. This will aid in avoiding accidents which occur because of riders wearing sandals or other shoes that may be hazardous.

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Regularly make certain the bike is in good riding condition. • Check the bike’s chain and that the tires are full, that the seat is not loose, and that the handlebars are lined up correctly. • If the bike has training wheels, check that they are in good shape and mounted properly. • Check that the bike helmet is in good shape and fits well.

Make sure the bike is the right height for the rider. Riding a bike that is too tall creates safety issues if the rider cannot sit properly on the seat nor reach the ground.

Teaching bike safety, reviewing it, and making sure it’s put into practice is clearly an integral part of keeping children safe.

Be aware of your child’s route and the time it takes to cover it. If your child is going to be riding a bike to and from school, practice the route before the start of school and go over any possible danger spots there might be.

Have your child’s bike registered with the police. Monsey’s annual Chaverim Bike Registration Day at Viola Park is the perfect opportunity for this. Having a unique serial number engraved on the frame of the bike is a good way to aid in the recovery of a bike should it ever be stolen. It also serves to show your child that you value his bike enough to register it, because it’s an important piece of property — and this will hopefully translate into it being important for him, too.

If your child is riding a bike to a neighbor, require a phone call once the child arrives. Better yet, have the mother remind him to call you, and do the same when her child comes to you, as children are apt to forget, and why spend the few minutes worrying when you don’t have to? If he thinks he’s too big to call to report in, all it will take is one phone call that you make to the friend’s house before he realizes that it’s a whole lot less embarrassing to just call home to say he got there then to have his mother call to check if he’s there or not.

Be sure your older child knows to ride with traffic and knows to obey all traffic laws like stop lights, stop signs, and yielding to pedestrians. Younger children, of course, should never ride on the street.

Remind your child not to stop and talk to strangers even while on their bike.

Reviewing and implementing the above rules at the beginning of every new bike-riding season will help to keep bike riding the safe, pleasurable experience it is meant to be for everyone involved.

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Good Credit

Play Your Cards Right Adding an Authorized User to a Credit Card Account

your credit score by 50 points or more. Experience as a card holder: Used correctly, authorized-user status on the credit card of someone with good credit can teach you how to be a responsible account holder, to budget wisely and to experience the good habits of that individual – essentially, the reason she has excellent credit. Emergencies: This provides you with assistance should you experience an emergency, such as a break-down or being stranded somewhere. Convenience: A credit card means you don’t have to carry around large amounts of cash, it allows you to keep track of your spending, and it gives you and your loved ones peace of mind.

THE GOOD AND THE BAD Clearly, there are two viewpoints on this topic: that of the cardholder contemplating adding an authorized user and that of the individual seeking authorized-user status. Essentially, you could divide these points as the Pros and the Cons. But in all honesty, there are good and bad effects for both the primary and the authorized user, as you can see here:

1. For the Primary Account Holder – the Cons:

Legal responsibility: As the owner of the account, you are liable for any charges on the card. This includes those made by your authorized user. Impact on your Credit Score: Any activity on your “shared” credit card account impacts the credit scores of both you and your authorized user. Therefore, if your authorized user behaves irresponsibly and you are unable to stay current on your bill due to this, your credit will suffer along with his. Additionally, running up a large balance damages your FICO score as well, increasing your utilization rate. Personal relationship issues: Money issues have destroyed many a relationship, be they with family members or friends. Keep this in mind when contemplating adding an authorized user to a credit card. If things go wrong, the ensuing fallout may ruin your relationship.

2. For the Primary Account Holder – the Pros

Control: As the primary cardholder, you maintain control of your account. You can limit the card usage of the AU, and even have her removed from your account if and when you choose. As a matter of fact, you don’t even have to provide your AU with a card. You can make her an AU “in name only” and allow her to do no more than merely reap the benefits of your good card credit history.

3. For the Authorized User – the Pros

Increased credit score: Being added as an authorized user to the credit card of someone with excellent credit and a long history with the card can increase

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4. For the Authorized User – the Cons

Used correctly, authorizeduser status on the credit card of someone with good credit can teach you how to be a responsible account holder.

Negative impact to your credit: If the primary card holder doesn’t pay on the card, makes late payments, maxes out the card, or behaves in any other negative manner with this credit card, it will directly impact your credit. You would need to remove yourself from the card immediately. And since you don’t have any control over the account, this could pose a problem.

CREDIT SCORE BOOSTING TIPS When adding your spouse, family member, or friend as an authorized user to credit card accounts, there are some tips to help ensure your AU is maximizing the opportunity to increase his/her credit score.

1. Check whether your card issuer will be reporting the card on your authorized user’s credit report. All major card issuers have some type of reporting


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procedure – you need to determine what it is. If you have a card through a very small bank, you need to confirm that the account will be reported for your authorized user.

2. Does your card issuer require your AU’s social security number?

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your AU has an instant impressive credit history. Remember, you want your card issuer to backdate on the AU’s credit report.

3. Does the issuer ask for the AU’s address?

Without this information, the issuer will report the card tied to the This is a sign that this info will be primary cardholder’s address, even reported on the AU’s credit history. on the AU’s credit report. If it’s difWithout an SSN, the information ferent from your AU, such as your may still be reported if the AU has child living away from home, two other cards and the same address as addresses will appear on the AU’s you, the primary cardholder. If not, credit report. This can be a problem the credit agency probably won’t be if your AU doesn’t have any credit able to locate your AU and therehistory of his own because when fore, nothing will be reported. ? & / .your .. ! AU tries to apply for a card of If your AU has no credit history at his own, there will be a conflict with all, taking his SSN is very important. the addresses. This leads to a non-inYou always want to payand a subReporting this information allows stant approval application the credit agencies to open a the new lowest sequentpossible! review by an actual person, credit file for your AU. And if the who will look much more carefully With the price issuer backdates the information, at therewind historyprogram than a computer, and

it’s possible.

will likely determine that difference between your history as a primary and your AU’s non-existent history.

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CITY OF ANGELS Two am: Definitely not a time that you want to be stuck in a strange city with no one to call, no form of transportation, and nowhere to even sit down. Multiply that many times over when you consider that the city you’re in is known for its masses of unsavory elements. Our stayover in Los Angeles was only meant for a few hours as a place to catch up on a bit of shut-eye before continuing towards Palm Springs where my husband had business to take of. And yet, here I was, flanked on either side by hundreds of cars in all shades of the rainbow, looking over my shoulder repeatedly, wondering what was taking my husband so long to procure our rental car. Surrounded by mounds of suitcases, crates of frozen food, and boxes of headgear, I was left standing in the middle of a Los Angeles car rental lot to “protect” our belongings. Heh. Me. Holding down the fort. One tired, heimishe lady in the middle of thug-infested territory. Shudder. What is taking him so long? I wondered to myself, realizing that if anybody actually did appear and decided to dance away with my husband’s shtreimel box I’d go shrieking in the other direction. From my vantage point I could see into the glass windows where my husband was gesticulating wildly, clearly irked. Sighing, I spun around in circles, scoping out the landscape, you know, just in case. Nuch a mazel for the bright lights, I thought to myself, appreciating the natural thug-deterrent. The minutes continued ticking by, and aside from frequently glancing outside to ascertain that I was safe, no news was forthcoming from the husband on the other side of the glass barrier. Finally, more than hour later, he finally

walked outside, looking rather dejected. “I’m sorry,” he said, “They refuse to rent me a car. I tried everything. Even shochad…” “What?” I gasped, shocked beyond belief. “But we booked it, all the way back home in New York!” “I know. I guess the booking agent didn’t know what he was talking about.” He shrugged, “It seems I’m underage. They refuse to give me the car.” Shoulders sagging, we had no clue what our next step was. We’d arrived in Los Angeles without knowing a soul, counting on the hospitality of strangers who’d

Sighing, I spun around in circles, scoping out the landscape, you know, just in case.

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volunteered to host us for that leg of our journey. We’d made up with them that we’d arrive quietly, let ourselves in, sleep a few hours, and then be on our way. Now, however, we had no way to get there! And even if we’d consider waking them up, I hadn’t saved their number! My husband decided to return to the car rental booth and ask the man for a taxi’s phone number, but the agent had mysteriously vanished, and locked the door behind him. Oh. Well. Now what? Boruch Hashem we’d brought along a cell phone and my husband began dialing contacts back in New York — the hour there even more unearthly than the time zone we were in. Finally, we found someone who blearily answered the phone and happened to know a g’vir in Los Angeles. Lucky for us, that person also had the guts to call him up at that hour — despite our half-hearted protests that we’d manage to survive the night in the parking lot. A short while later a car pulled up, driven by a Jewish man with a big smile; the private chauffeur of the previously mentioned g’vir. We were amazed. Mi k’amcha Yisroel! Such chesed! At such an hour! On the behalf of perfect strangers! My husband schmoozed with the driver all the way to the host’s house where we’d be staying. We planned to


sneak in ever-so-silently, but once again, had a surprise when we found that lady of the house was waiting for us, a full spread laid out in our honor. There were purple pears in crystal serving dishes with fragrant cinnamon sticks, hot tea of various flavors, cold drinks, and other platters piled high with baked goods. With tears in our eyes, we shooed her off to bed, our gratitude knowing no bounds. While I can’t say that we slept much that night, with the hours few and the morning sun dawning bright, I can say that the chesed of the LA community added an extra bounce to our overtired steps the next day. I guess there is a reason they call Los Angeles “The City of Angels.” Oh, and after several hours of haggling the next morning, my husband was finally awarded the keys to a brand new, luxury PT Cruiser — a free upgrade for the hassle we’d gone through. It was off to Palm Springs in style!


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By: Perry Kiszner

Watching Chaim from the sidelines while playing with his siblings, even close family and friends missed the signs of him being “special.” Yes, from the outside Chaim may sometimes seem to be walking the walk and talking the talk just like everyone around him. Shy, okay, but pretty “normal” — as all like to call it. Yet, all it takes is a knowing eye and a closer look to realize just how far that proves to be from the truth. In a world where social cues are thrown around freely and street smarts are our society’s lifesaver in staying afloat, Chaim owns none of that. Whereas his counterparts take humor in stride, pick up when they may be teased, and can stand up for themselves in given situations, Chaim is instead faced with transitioning difficulty, focusing issues, obsessive and compulsive behavior, processing disorders, and sometimes very unusual movements — all of which prevent him from really “feeling” his surroundings and reading facial expressions, thus putting him into a very vulnerable position. Chaim’s yeshiva life consisted of sitting in his seat with his head down, since the social part of the classroom (which was made up of only eight boys), still overpowered his ability to concentrate on anything being taught. The fact that his IQ was higher than any of his classmates’ failed to improve the status quo in any way. Then came recess time... While the rest of the yeshiva building excitedly emptied its contents to the playground outside, our son’s seat was always occupied with an anxiety-stricken, sensory-overloaded child who had not the slightest clue as to what it took to join a circle — knowing it would require too much of him to say all the right things in the right time to the right people; something that is simply a given to a typically developing child his age. Then, to add insult to injury, there would

We were all alone with a child that fit nowhere —a lone puzzle piece from a non-existent puzzle. be a slight change in daily schedule and our son’s world completely toppled to the lowest part of the globe. Innocently enough, his Rebbeim had no idea why our son would suddenly start crying hysterically when they decided to give some cherished moments of free play instead of the usual Chumash lesson. That was two years ago. It ended when our son began tantruming when we tried putting him on to the bus in the morning. In the beginning we were just hoping it was a passing phase and so, we fell into a little routine of us carrying a kicking and screaming five-year-old onto the bus and quickly running off just as the bus driver would slam the door, thus preventing him from getting off. But that didn’t end quite there. He refused to get off the bus when it had arrived at its intended destination and then fell into a fit of hysterics that lasted until he got home in the afternoon. That month saw us signing our last tuition check. Chaim breathed a huge sigh of relief, while as parents, our search had just begun. We wanted what would be best for him and couldn’t bear to see him suffer any longer... A “special” school it would be. Or so we hoped... Again our son stuck out like a sore thumb. He was “way” too normal for the mentally and behaviorally challenged children whose company he suddenly found himself in. His yarmulke kept being targeted at close range, and then thrown to the other end of the classroom. If our son hadn’t had enough anxiety until this point, he was in for a triple serving, with a generous helping for dessert. We were at a loss again. It seemed our son was too

abnormal, yet too normal at the same time. Special or not? He hit it right at the fine line and there was nothing catering to that fine line. Nothing. Suddenly, reality hit. We were all alone with a child that fit nowhere —a lone puzzle piece from a non-existent puzzle. Grief quickly turned to mourning. Mourning for the future of our precious Chaim. For his gentle soul and spirit. For the child that he is. For the adult he will never be. But then, just as our last seed of hope was digging a grave deeper and deeper in the darkness, the seed reached the point of germination, cracked in the depths of the black soil below, and a new life emerged. A stunning realization set in. Chaim may be different than anyone else. He may seem like the painting that doesn’t fit the frame. But that is because Chaim was born with a very unique mission to fill. A mission that we suddenly felt very much the desire to take part in. Now, as the children scramble to open the door for our beloved Morah Chava, for our amazing Rebbe, every time I eavesdrop on the beautiful lessons so lovingly prepared, each time I go through his glowing reports, reviewing the great strides he’s made... In my heart of hearts I doubt no more. Instead I know, I am fortunate to have been blessed with a son as special as Chaim. Perry Kiszner is a mother who discovered the ultimate happy medium in dealing with her special needs child through embracing and celebrating his uniqueness. She can be reached via email at perrykiszner@ gmail.com or at (845) 288-1884.

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Real Estate

How to Get a Mortgage Pre-Approval HOW TO FIND A MORTGAGE LENDER

by Ann Zeilingold

Your realtor should be able to recommend a lender or two for you to interview. You may have friends or family who recently bought a home who can give a recommendation, too. You can check for a loan officer’s license and read their reviews to be sure you’re working with someone reliable. As a first-time buyer, you should call a few lenders to find someone experienced with firsttime buyer needs, who can possibly help you identify special loan programs in your area.

There’s nothing more frustrating than falling in love with a home and then discovering you can’t afford to buy it. Consulting with a mortgage lender is the first step you should undertake in the home-buying process. Almost all first-time buyers need a mortgage to finance their home purchase, so get prepared before you look. When you’re armed with the knowledge of what you can afford, it focuses your search and allows you to make a move when you find a home you love.

WHAT IS A MORTGAGE PRE-APPROVAL? Lenders offer borrowers either a pre-qualification letter or a pre-approval letter, but most real estate agents recommend you get a pre-approval letter before you start home shopping. A pre-qualification letter states the amount a lender thinks you’ll be able to borrow based on your income and credit profile without any actual documentation. However, mortgage lending standards have tightened since the housing crisis, and all mortgage loans now require full documentation and verification of income and assets — so most sellers will only accept an offer from a buyer with a full pre-approval letter based on verified information. Your home hunt will benefit with a pre-approval for two main reasons: • First, you’ll have completed the credit check and paperwork requirements for a mortgage, so you’ll know your ability to finalize a home purchase. If the lender finds a problem with your credit or an error on your credit report, you’ll have time to fix it before making an offer. • Second, since your documentation will already be in place, a mortgage pre-approval will likely speed up the process once you make an offer.

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When you’re armed with the knowledge of what you can afford, it focuses your search and allows you to make a move when you find a home you love.

WHAT TO EXPECT FROM YOUR MORTGAGE LENDER The best lenders take a collaborative approach with borrowers and explain all your loan options. When your lender checks your credit report, they should give you feedback on how to improve your credit profile. They should also offer recommenda-


tions on how to handle your money between the time you apply for a loan and settlement day. Your mortgage lender should provide advice about when to lock in your loan rate and discuss the pros and cons of various loan programs.

WHAT YOUR MORTGAGE LENDER EXPECTS FROM YOU Your lender needs you to be honest about your finances and responsive to all requests for additional information, no matter how unimportant it may seem to you. The more cooperative you are with a lender, the easier the loan process will be. You should be prepared with tax returns, W2s, bank statements, employer names and addresses, and your current landlord’s information. Your lender will generate a mortgage approval based on your debt-to-income ratio and credit score, but you should also consider your budget and your own comfort level with the payment amount.

There’s no need to borrow the maximum amount you qualify for, particularly if you know you plan to spend money on items that don’t show up on your credit report. Your careful planning and preservation of your emergency funds are important for responsible, long-term homeownership. Once you have the mortgage pre-approval, stay in touch regularly with your mortgage lender to make sure that they are aware of any changes in your financial circumstances. They should keep you abreast regarding any new guidelines or changes in the industry that can affect your preapproval.

SUMMARY The stronger your pre-approval is, based on the documentation provided and reviewed by your lender, the more likely that your offer on a home will be accepted over another.

Ann Zeilingold, NMLS # 41850 is the Vice President and Branch Manager of FM Home Loans in Pomona, NY. FM Home Loans is a direct lender, licensed in NY, NJ, FL and CT. She has been originating residential mortgages for 27 years. She has recently published a book, which is a must-read for any prospective homebuyer, The Homebuyer’s Companion. Ann grew up in Monsey, and she currently lives in Wesley Hills with her husband and children.

Find Ann’s real estate column weekly in The Monsey View.

Ann Zeilingold Vice President

FM Home Loans 1609 Route 202 Pomona, NY 10970

Office: 845-354-9700 Mobile: 914-260-9000 ann@annzeilingold.com

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Brand new SEG de Paris needlepoint. 18x24 in. (La calanque) No threads. $25. Call 426-2434

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proform elliptical bargain price $140, also a glider with ottoman,circular saw,baby items 347-581-1053

WARDROBE SALE

Clearance sale call Baila Malka 642-1890

and dryer, top loader for sale. Perfect condition! Asking $300. 347-351-0617.

Great price, just in time for the summer. Call: 845-826-3930.

for sale $25call or text 845-2486340

MARY KAY

Extremely low price, curio, oil painting, big “step one” kitchen set, exersaucer, room darkener, shades, 4213735.

DISHES in great condition extremely low price big flieshige microwave and 4 quart crockpot fleishig set of 10 Corel white dishes. 4213735 leave message

HOT WATER 50 gallon heater, used for only 2 years. Has 1-2 years left on the warranty. 914-391-8982.

MICROWAVE Hardly used black 1.2 cu. feet1300w for 50 dollars call 425 0772

VACUUM CLEANER best on the market ,please call 347-766-1494.

MINI STROLLER Black city in excellent condition. $125. Call 914-391-8982.

GRACO Brand new snap -n-go stroller frame. $75. Call 914-391-8982.

SUMMER RENTAL Beautiful five bedroom house with enclosed yard. West maple Cameo Ridge area. Call 845-5380487

SUMMER RENTAL Aug 5-Aug 29 beautiful townhouse 5 bdrm bates area 845-659-1564 good price

TANNERSVILLE Beautiful renovated private house available July and August weekly/weekends 6 bedrooms 3 full bath w/d call 845-499-0406

SHABBOS RENTAL 5 bdrm townhouse bates area great price 845-659-1564

SUMMER RENTAL A beautiful 3 bedroom apartment with central air condition second floor with a porch in the Francis area available for July and August, Please call 845-352-3208

LOOKING for a 3 bedroom (or bigger) summer rental in monsey‎. Please call 718-302-6618

ROOM Now available a room for rent on Horton Drive only $175 per month. Please call 845-213-7402

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THE CUSTOM TOWNHOUSE

SPRULL CT

APT FOR RENT

5 bedrooms, playroom, beautiful custom kitchen with granite countertops, separate Pesach kitchen, oversized dining room & living room with custom flooring. Call:845-641-4208

Stunning nearly new, 2 bedroom apt on Spruill Ct.for rent. Mint condition,ready to move in. Affordable rent. Please call 845517-8300

3 room brand new apt for rent on Oak Glen rd choson kalla preferred call 426-0451

COLONIAL

Beautiful 4 room apt. available in chestnut ridge. 845 263 7591

SHORT-TERM

LOST & FOUND

MISC.

GEMACHIM

SERVICES

JOBS

furnished rental in Airmont. 3 bedrooms with pool. $400 per night. 845-570-1030

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APARTMENT 4 room 1 1/2 bedroom apartment, New, in west st area for rent Please call (845) 445-7436

for rent near Children’s Park. 4 bdrms, 21/2 baths, patio, central air, please call 347-906-2724

SUMMER RENTAL Hi Ranch for rent. Large yard, child friendly neighborhood, 5 bedrooms, and more. Please call 845.425.0964

FOR RENT

SUKKOS RENTALS

4 Room Apartment for rent on Francis Place Spring Valley 11500 + util. Section 8 Ok. 845-356-2754

in Jerusalem – contact us for all rental needs. 1,2, and 3 bedrooms apartments with Sukkah in all areas in Yerushalayim. 718-408-8070 or vacation@shisharealty.com

NEW HEMPSTEAD

HOUSE RENTAL

brand new apt 2 Huge bdrms + living/dining/study area +big dinette and kitchen State/Art appliance 10952pm@gmail.com 845 37R-ENT7

Beautiful 4 bedroom house for rent on large private property - Wilsher Dr. Please call 845-596-7425

NORTH COLE

SUMMER RENTALS

Brand new 2 bedroom apartment for rent. Spacious rooms. Full closets. Located on North Cole. Available immediately. Please call: 845-200-4459

in Israel – all sizes and all locations. Vacation rentals to suit your family and needs. Call 718-408-8070 orvacation@shisharealty.com

CHESTNUT RIDGE 1, 2 or 3 bdrm beautiful apt; brand new kitchen and appliances ; avail immd; 10952pm@gmail.com 845 37R-ENT7

SUMMER APARTMENT w/ POOL 2 large bdrms living/dining New Hempstead10952pm@gmail.com 845 37R-ENT7

APARTMENT 5 room, 3 bedroom on Suzanne Drive for Rent please call 845425-3594

BLAUVELT APT New luxury 2 bdrm. Walk in level. Stainless steel appliance. Unfurnished/ furnished 917 474 1814

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RHINEBECK, NY 1/2 block from shul, mikvah 2br 1bath $175/per night kosher kitchen wifi, A/C call 845-876-7666

APARTMENT

RENOVATED APT spacious 3 room apt. in brewer area. call 845.659.8907

FOR RENT 4 Bedrooms, Kitchen, Living room, Dining room, , Sec.8 not approved. Francis area. For more information call 845.367.4240

YESHIVA BOCHUR looking for well-kept furnished studio apartment or to board with warm frum heimishe/yeshivish family. bevkiz@aol.com, call 1-514-731-2176.

APARTMENT available for weekendsshabbosim; Rita- Ashel area, all amenities provided and nicely accommodated. please call: 845587-4068.

2 BEDROOM apt for rent in Chestnut Ridge. Available early July. If interested please call and leave message at 845 213 7748.

FOR RENT

WEST ST

First floor 4 bdrm apt for rent on Adar ct. Pesach kitchen, c/a. Legal section 8. Please call 356-1046

2 room office space for rent, in a heimishe office bldg. private entrance. Call or Text: 845-5386841

WALK IN 3 bedrooms, laundry room, 1½ baths, lots of closets and storage, $1800, section 8, Separate meters, 517-8667

HOUSE New Hempstead/Brockton Area. Beautifully upgraded 4 bdr, 2 bthrs private house with granite tops kchn, wood flrs, reasonable rent, available immediately. Please call 845-596-4590

COMMERCIAL 9000 Sq. Ft. available for rent immediately.Located in New Windsor. 20 min. from Monroe and 40 min. from Monsey. Minyan Mincha daily.call 845367-4240x302

STORAGE SPACE available for rent in unfinished basement. 1200+ square feet. Please call 914-391-8982.


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Wedding Gowns and Dresses CHASUNA DRESS size 6-8 for rent. Reasonably priced. Please call 356-0059

FOR SALE Magnificent light grey wedding dress ladies size 12-14 please call845-659-3933

CUSTOM GOWN Lavender with applique flowers, size 6. Coordinating little girls gown size 4T. 914-391-8982.

ELEGANT Custom gold/taupe two-piece for mature sister of bride approx size 14 to rent/sell. Call 425-5941 LM.

MAGNIFICENT current style ivory gown with gorgeous hand painted gold flowers. Size 8-10 Call/ text 845263-0208.

STUNNING GOWN for mother of bride. Large size, Call/text:845-538-3648

GOWN

MACHTENISTA

Gorgeous sister of bride gown in mauve pink color to sell or rent. size 4 please call 845-746-7274

Beautiful beige beaded top dress size 8 for sale $900 negotiable. Call 426-7656

GOWN for rent! Ivory with coral & gold brocade. Size 8-10; slenderizing fit, Call/text 845.548.2685

WEDDING GOWNS Childrens wedding gowns for rent /sale. Sizes 14/16 and 8. Ivory and pink tulle. Please call/text (845) 274-6826

JUMPERS

girl size 2-4 light blue/white gown for rent please call 845642-0910

GOWN for sale Size 8. 774 8719

CUSTOM-MADE married sister of bride 2-pc gown to rent or sell. Color: champagne size 16-18. Please call 263-6404.

sister of the bride light color gowns size 00,0 and childrens gowns size 12, 6 and 18 months. 845-642-4968

Magnificent custom made sister of bride dress for rent or sale. Size 2-4. Please call 845- 352-1752.

GOWN sister of bride gown mauve & off white size 8-10 please call:845200-1689

DRESS Beautiful white summery sister of the bride dress to rent for young teen Size 6-8. Call 845426-5889

FOR SALE or rent beautiful dress sister of bride size 10 please call 845 356 0749

FOR SALE Stunning Pink Chasuna gown for teenager Size 0-4 sewn up this year Call 845-659-7989

DRESS Magnificent size 2-4 ivory/ Royal blue dress For Kallas Tnoim or sis of the bride. 8453522999

GISELE Girls wedding dresses 478-5980

2 matching Gymboree summer jumpers size 4T for $10 each. Please call 845-356-2820

DRESS

4 beautiful gowns for rent. Approximate sizes 5,6,6 and 8. Please call 845-578-5750

FOR SALE Beautiful custom line “Brendas” off white dress. New from this year. Worn once. size 6/8. 425-6059.

GOWN

BEAUTIFUL

CHILDREN’S GOWNS

ROBES New shabbos robes size xs for sale. please call 352-5130.

GOWNS off-white childrens gowns few sizes. Call/text:845-538-3648

ELEGANT black Maternity dress for rent Sz m pls call 347-432-6669

LACE DRESS For sale or rent beautiful maternity lace dress please call 845 356 0749

TIGHTS ½ dozen of size 4-6 white butterfly tights for $2.75 a pair. Call 845-213-0910

Jobs SECRETARY Full Time Secretary position available. Great communication and multitasking skills a must. Must have basic knowledge in computers. Microsoft Excel and QB knowledge a plus. Email resume to 10977job@gmail.com.

POSITION AVAILABLE looking for a F/T sales & marketing experience, online & website skills, great communication skills, quick learner, detail oriented, multi tasking, professional English, extra pay for graphic experience, good pay for the right candidate.email to 8455339@gmail.com

FT POSITION Office in Monsey seeking F/T female employee. Duties include handling phone calls, computer work, and customer service. email resume openofficeposition9@gmail.com.

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THE BUYER/PURCHASING

INSURANCE OFFICE

ADMIN ASSISTANT

Frum company located 20 minutes from Monsey seeks a F/T Buyer to manage and oversee the company’s purchasing department and expenses. Job Responsibilities include: Negotiate vendor price, terms and delivery, Analyze vendor contracts to improve quality results for materials, supplies, supplier reliability; recommending changes. Approve all purchase orders, Review purchasing requests and recommend preferred vendors, Approve all invoices. Successful candidate should possess excellent written and verbal communication skills with computer competency, including Excel, Work and Outlook; 3-5 years’ experience as a buyer/ purchasing; strong negotiation skills and must have excellent time management skills. Resumes to Careers@ChurchillLiving.com (Refer to Job No. 16-29) Company Benefits plus a 401K Match. EEO/ AA Employer

seeking F/T Female Employee. Must be computer proficient, Detailed oriented, multi tasked & good communications skills. Entry level. Email resume: jobsresume10977@gmail.com

Frum company located 20 minutes from Monsey seeks a F/T candidate to assist the Furniture Warehouse Administrator. Responsibilities include processing shipping and receiving documents, preparing driver’s schedules and overseeing daily schedule to ensure deliveries are completed in a timely manner. Must be organized, have excellent verbal and written communication skills and be able to work in a fastpaced environment. Resumes to Careers@ChurchillLiving.com. Refer to Job No. 16-17. Great Benefits! EEO/AA Employer

OPERATIONS ASSISTANT Frum company located 20 minutes from Monsey seeks a F/T individual to support and assist our Customer Service Manager. One (1) year administrative experience preferred. Resumes to Careers@ChurchillLiving. com. Refer to Job No. 16-16. Great Benefits! EEO/AA Employer

CUSTOMER SERVICE located in Monsey is seeking a talented employee for customer service and office work. Great pay and growth potential. Please email your resume to: shushygb@ gmail.com

WORK FROM HOME Frum Vacation Rental Company (renting furnished apartments throughout the US) is looking for a F/T Customer Service Representative to work nights and weekends (Sunday). Employee will be responsible to correspond with guests, handling requests, and assisting with new reservations. Excellent written and verbal communication required.

MISC.

OFFICE ASSISTANT Frum company located 20 minutes from Monsey and Passaic seeking capable office assistant. Candidate should possess great research skills. Excellent written and verbal communication a must.

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Frum company located 20 minutes from Monsey and Passaic seeking capable F/T Marketing Assistant. Candidate should possess great creative writing skills and an eye for pictures. Excellent written and verbal communication a must.

Great pay and benefits, including paid Yom Tov Resumes to Careers@ChurchillLiving.com EEO/AA Employer

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EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT Frum company located 20 minutes from Monsey, seeks a full time responsible individual to work as an Executive Assistant in a fast paced company. Must be organized, accurate in bookkeeping, have strong communication and project management skills. 1 year bookkeeping & 3 years work experience required. Resumes to: careers@ChurchillLiving.com. Great pay! Great benefits! EEO/AA Employer

TEACHERS ASSISTANTS YSV GIRLS General Studies Dept. seeking 1st and 2nd Grade assistants. Afternoon hours. Please email resume to mweinstock@ yeshivaspringvalley.org or call 845.356.1400 x223

HELP Monsey office seeking F/T Secretery. Must be computer savvy and have excellent communication skills. Quickbooks knowledge a plus. Call 845-459-0937

HEAD COUNSELOR Must drive. Seminary or older. Chabad camp starting June 27th thru July 15th. call 334-9044 or email Leah@iloveganisrael.com

TEACHING POSITION Chasidishe Cheder in Monsey with a serious English department is looking for teachers for the 2016-17 school year. Very Well paid and always on time For more information, Please call 845 587 2123 and leave a message


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MEDICAL SUPPLY

CERTIFIED TEACHER

ECOMMERCE EXPERT

store looking for a mature woman for marketing. Must have car. Flexible hours. For details, please call and leave a message: 845-425-2617 ext. 102

School in Monsey seeking certified teacher for UPK program. Email resume toHR@ coconline.org / fax: 356-9612.

Established Monsey Company seeking an ecommerce and Amazon selling expert. Extensive knowledge of marketing and selling product on Amazon is required. This is NOT an entry level position, you must have worked for a high volume marketplace seller (in any category). We offer tremendous opportunity for the right individual. Individual must have proven ability to think strategically and execute methodically, strong attention to detail including precise and effective communications and complete proficiency in Excel (advanced formulas, charting, conditional formatting and pivot tables). Please email resume to jobopening1212@ gmail.com.

HEIMISHE OFFICE MORTGAGE COMPANY seeking f / t female loan processor with experience for June and july. Email aron2359@gmail.com Or fax to 845 425 7822

seeking f/t female secretary. Must be comp literate , detail oriented, have good people/phone skills. Email or fax resume:aron2359@ gmail.com Fx 8454257822

BOOKKEEPER OFFICE POSITION Office in Monsey seeking a responsible woman to fill a secretarial position. Candidate should be fluent in Yiddish and English, able to multitask, have good phone skills, knowledge of Microsoft word and excel, Illustrator a plus. Option for full/ part time. Good pay for the right individual. Please email resume to: springvalleyjobs@gmail.com

Frum Real Estate Management office seeking a FULL time female bookkeeper. 1-2 years experience a must. Please forward your resume to jobshillcrest@gmail. com

HELP NEEDED Play with adorable twins in the afternoon while making money. 1-347-463-2388

YESHIVA BOCHUR ENTRY LEVEL Office in Monsey seeking graduate for f/t position. Lots of potential for right individual. Email resume to HR@coconline. org / fax: 356-9612.

OFFICE POSITION Office in Monsey seeking experienced p/t or f/t female employee. Lots of potential. Email resume to HR@coconline.org / fax: 356-9612.

looking to board with very frum, warm, balabatish family for 10 months, email bevkiz@aol.com or leave message 514-731-2176.

ORDER ENTRY POSITION Large Monsey company seeking qualified individual for Order Entry position with potential for growth. Candidate must be quick, organized, detail oriented and very proficient in Excel. Full Time. Please email resume:agrossman@gemstarinc. com.

LOOKING TO HIRE Looking to hire an administrative assistant for a Real Estate Investment Company. Position is full time and based in Monsey. Must be motivated, responsible, organized and have the ability to multi task. Minimum three years office experience required as well as fluency in Excel and Word. Please email your resume to HR@whiteeaglegroup.com

BOOKKEEPING Established Monsey company seeking an experienced Full-Time Real Estate Bookkeeper. Must have complete background and experience in the field. Knowledge of Excel is required: advanced formulas, charting, conditional formatting and pivot tables. Please email resume to jobopening1212@gmail.com.

HELP WANTED High functioning young lady needs some help with her cooking and light housekeeping, between the hours of 4-6 in the afternoons, please call Mrs. Reiny Steif at 845-503-0241 or email rsteif@hamaspik.org.

GREAT OPPORTUNITY Looking for a comhab worker to take a high functioning girl swimming at Lifeplex on Sunday afternoons. Driverâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s license required. Please call 845-503-0219.

DRIVER looking for a steady driver for a few weeks. Call: 8452630132

CHASSIDISH OFFICE located ten minutes from Monsey is seeking a capable female to fill a an office assistant position. Job entails A/R, Scheduling appointments and customer service. Private transportation a plus (Transportation will be provided if necessary). Please send your resume to: hiring0511@ gmail.com/ Fax: 845-753-5120

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THE SEEKING BOOKKEEPER

TUTOR

Frum Real Estate Management office seeking a FULL time female bookkeeper. 1-2 years experience a must. Please forward your resume to jobshillcrest@gmail. com

Available for Limudei Kodesh or English studies. Warm and caring.flexible hours. Call T Szydlow 845-521-6886

GEMACHIM

SERVICES

JOBS

OPENING New medical billing office is opening in the heart of Monsey and is seeking to hire young, energetic and dedicated staff. monseyresumes@gmail.com/ 243-7764

SUMMER JOB Machane Ahavas Chesed seeks Geshmake, responsible bochurim as counselors for our daycamp. Applications at Yeshiva Bais Dovid. Info: 845-652-0942.

MISC. LOST & FOUND

Experienced teacher available to tutor your elementary aged daughter in the summer. Call 845.826.6617

SON-RISE Want to help your autistic child? Learn the Son-rise program. Call 845-425-5161

TUTORING Algebra-GeometryTrigonometry-Calculus-Physics Private or small group tutoring Call/text: 845-445-8003 or email: Monsey.Math@gmail.com

MS ED

VOLUNTEER

Certified teacher/Reading/Math specialist-grades 1-12. 30 years experience-boys/girls avail to help your son/daughter! Call 5581682. Mrs. Friedman.

Looking to take out a 10 year old boy with special needs, must drive. Please call 845-425-0887 Ext 275

ASSISTANT TEACHER Motivated to gain classroom experience? Join our professional staff! Assistants needed M-TH afternoon hours for Pre1A, 1st, 2nd grades. Fax resume to 845 356-8551 attn: Miss Bayer or email tbayer@ yeshivaspringvalley.org.

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Starting September. For 11 year old boy in mainstream Cheder. Hours 12:30-5 Call/text 8482991286

PLAYGROUP ASSISTANT Morah Chavolyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Playgroup is looking for an 18 yr+ assistant for a 2 year old playgroup starting in Sep. Please call Rivka Chavoly 352-3512

TUTOR Available for all english studies for elementary and high school girls. Devoted, caring and reasonable! Call Mrs E R Neiman 845 352 0444

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VOLUNTEER Looking to take out a little girl with special needs on Sundays, Bates area. Please call 845-4250887 Ext 275

VOLUNTEER Looking to take out a little boy with special needs on Shabbos or weekdays, Charlotte Dr area. Please call 845-425-0887 Ext 275

Babysitting/ House Help BABYSITTER available for drop ins, Sunday, evenings and overnight. Adar ct./ West Central area. pls call or text 845-659-4286

BABYSITTER Warm and experienced babysitter on Main st. now accepting dropins/ overnights. One slot left for a steady. 2386691

DROP-INS Responsible and caring babysitter available for drop-ins in the Jill area for part-time or full-time. Call/Text 917-502-5228

BABYSITTER AVAILABLE to watch your child in the afternoon and during the summer full time. Please contact 845-352-1016.

NIGHT BABYSITTER near Vilchowitz call P. Galandauer 356-2328

BABYSITTER A warm and loving babysitter is available for the summer and the upcoming year, slots are very limited ext hours available Calvert area please call 845 - 598 -0656


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SUMMER JOB looking for high school girl to work in my home every Tuesday and Wednesday during the summer great pay! heimishe atmosphere please call 845-5216025

BABYSITTER

Services ONE MAN BAND & singer music for all occasions by Chaim benatar. 845 659 0222

MAKE A DIFFERENCE

CANDY WRAPPER Have your gifts exquisitely set up by the experts Great price. 845445-8288/845-362-0283

ORGANIZE NOW! Cheapest rate- professionalsatisfaction guaranteed call now MLM professional organizing. 845-659-2527

Do you believe that you can earn a significant income? Do you believe that the world needs a little more health and wealth in it these days? Do you want to help make a difference? I believe in inspiring people to do the things that inspire them so together we can create health and wealth in the world. But I can’t do this alone! Are you looking at improving your current financial situation? Do you enjoy helping people? If so, I might want to meet you! Mrs. F. Katz 845-5703565

Heimish. Take someone punctual, responsible & can ALWAYS depend on. Steady slots available. Day/night. Call/text 917-7504105.

for your next simcha right next to Ateres Charna 845-304-7987

WHITENING

BE B’SIMCHA

DROP-INS

Get your teeth whitened professionally with lasting results. Male and Female Techs available. Call for specials 845826-4928

will make your hostess bags! Just pay the cost plus hachnosas kallah donation. Chani: 917.750.4035

ready anytime to babysit your baby, in convenience of my home ,Oak Glenn area, good ref. Available. call Toby at 5871234 or 5835943

BABYSITTER/ DAYCAMP Available June/June for 18-24 Mo old on Jill corner of Yale. Call 845-558-2325

BABYSITTING

Responsible babysitter available for drop-ins in the Jill area for p/t or f/t. Call/Text 917-502-5228

BABYSITTER Available in the evening hours and during the summer full time. close to ateres chaya sura hall.call 845-352-7984

BABYSITTER available for the summer and the upcoming year, slots are very limited ext hours available Calvert area please call 845 - 598 -0656

VILCHOVITZ HALL Baby Sitting Across the street. Call anytime 352-5916 Weekends & overnights welcome

THROAT CULTURES Call 641-1627 or 845-356-3851

M&S SOUND Sound equipment rentals for all occasions, speakers, microphones, mixers and more please call 845263-0460.

Accepting babies and toddlers after school is over till camp starts experienced babysitter 8452743577

REMODELING Renovations and Installations Dovid Denberg 845-200-1326

ALLERGY SUPPORT Had enough of itchy skin,bloody sheets,... Call Shoshana Denberg for relief at 845-213-8420

WASH ‘N SETS BB’s Professional Wash N Sets located in Forshay: Wash ‘n Sets: $25 Falls: $20 Call or text: (410)960-4427.

LOOKING to do all types of phone calls from home, telemarketing, fundraising, app reminders and more. Call the phone pro. Ruchy @845-521-4325

MIRACLE BLOSSOMS Doula Services Chana Bracha Abramson CD (DONA)845-2135525

GETTING MARRIED? BABYSITTER

LADY DRIVER

Moving to a new apartment? Make unpacking a hassle free experience. We unpack, organize and arrange it all. Precisely. Efficiently. Neatly. Please Call: 718-810-9654

MASSAGE Certified Massage therapist available for house calls. Prenatal, Swedish & Deep Tissue. Chavi Brisk CMT 845 694 9204

SUPREME SOUND For best prices on speakers subs mixers microphones stands And more please call (845)578-5657

FASCINATE up-to-date hats; down-to-earth prices! call Draizy Wercberger anytime for an appointment 425-9234.

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RESUMES

ORGANIZING

Call or txt 8454595002. Monday - Thursday from 10:00am till 7:00pm, Friday from 10:00am till 1:00pm

Have your strong points highlighted on a professional resume. Excellent for those with limited work experience. Affordable pricing. 845-596-0131

home organizing course given by mindy neuschloss every balabustaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s dream..for more details call 845-356-0037

ARRANGEMENTS

with stuffing envelopes for your dinner, party, or wedding? Give it over for the envelope stuffing expert. We will stuff, stamp, and take to post office. Pls call 845521-4325

ALTERATIONS Basic alterations Bluefield Francis area 352 7201

JOBS

HAIRSTYLING promo get your hair cut and styled professionaly- for free! Call for details: (845) 517-5443

POEMS & SONGS

SERVICES

Creatively Composed. 347-5635692

CHILDBIRTH EDUCATION To join the next class please call 845-426-0931. Tzippy Tauber CD (DONA)

MISC.

GEMACHIM

MACHINE RENTALS Snow kone Popcorn and Cotton candy machine rentals call now 347-729-4104 we sell supplies too.

LOST & FOUND

SWIMMING A heimishe skvere lady with WSI liscence available for swimming lessons and free swim. call for details 845-521-8163

DRUM LESSONS for women and girls. My home or yours. Please call: 845 608 9895

COSMETICS We have a full line of CMK Cosmetics! Pefumes, Body Lotions and Gift Sets! Lowest Prices! FREE DELIVERY 845-352-2573

PROFESSIONAL POET

HAIR & MAKEUP

is available this season to compose your songs to match your taste and theme. Yiddish/ English. Poemery 845-426-0364 info@poemery.com

Hair design & Makeup for kallah & family Call now to reserve your date! 426-4632 / 538-7603

POOL

EXERCISE GROUP

Beautiful, private, heated pool in Chestnut Ridge. Call or text: (845) 596-3937

Few slots available to join great group on Ronald Dr. Monsey NY, 2 X per week 9:20 - 10:20 AM. Call 845-323-3758

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Full line of Logs and Bark by the Nuttery Candy Wrapper 845362-0283/845-445-8288

Uplift your Chupa with the special touch of violin music. call The Hiemishe Fiddler 845-2747314

DRIED FRUIT Flower Arrangements in Israel. Great prices. Fruit Badatz Eida Hachareidis. Delivery all over the country. Call: 917-728-1332 sentimentsbychavi@gmail.com.

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BOOKKEEPING

OVERWHELMED?

BALLOONS Helium balloons for all occasions. Graduation, Baby, Engagement, Get Well, Birthday, etc.... Sunrise area. Call us anytime. Delivery available. 425-6066

SEAMSTRESS Job Big or Small Free pick up & Drop off Call or txt (347)374-1637

LOOKING for frum lady to cook and deliver warm meals daily for yeshiva student. Strict kosher hechsher required. bevkiz@aol.com 514731-2176

CELLPHONES Traveling to Israel? We rent cellphones-daily/weekly specials. Monsey pickup. Please call, leave message if no answer. 845-4459126

HAFROSHAS CHALLAH Custom challah dough - freshly made to your specifications, yoshon, last minute orders accepted. 845-538-9332

KRIAH GROUPS

QuickBooks Specialist - Need someone to help post, reconcile, run reports & more? I can help. Call 201-376-4378 or email bookkeeping@shucht.com

now forming. Help retain skills learned this year one-on-one also available reasonable rates. call Mrs Fischer 352-3682

LIFEGUARD ASST

SPEAKERS

in Woodridge Whispering woods looking for female lifeguard for July 18458264066

for a beautiful simcha rent our bombadige speakers. Call:8452630132

PRIVATE POOL for rent in Chestnut Ridge: camps, groups or families. Please call and leave msg. 845-371-1188.

TECHNICIAN Certified technician available for all your computer needs. Networking - virus removal computer repairs. 845.377.5608


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PIANO

APPLIANCE REPAIR

WHOLESALE FISH

and keyboard lessons beginners to advanced children and adults please call yisroel fishbain at 7187908659

Reasonable Prices call now 845243-0636

By the case only! Free delivery salmon-tilapia-tuna etc. Hashgocha volove rav salmon fillet-call for price call: 347-2755408

LADY DRIVER

scan to PDF and word, and then returned to you. Republishing, research, e-readers, preservation. Service@boundbookscanning. com 845-598-0467 ext 202

available Call 709-7338

NIAGARA TOUR Experience NIAGARA FALLS with a heimishe group of girls. Motzei Shabbos July 16-18. Special early bird rate. Call E.R. Eisenberger 845-356-1822

PLUMBER MNZ plumbing and renovations. no job too big or too small! call:347-447-0081

GRAPHICS graphic and design for the lowest price and greatest service! Call/ text: 845-538-3648

CHALLAH Rivky’s Challah Dough, Custom made to your taste, diet and schedule. Call 369-3755

BOOKKEEPER Do you have a business but don’t want to hire a bookkeeper, and your bills are getting messed up! We can help, please call (845) 548-7587

AUTISM Experienced, chasiddishe yungerman professionally trained in the Son-rise program, that helps children connect with the world around them. 845-2743244.

LASER IS NOW A POSITIVE, PAINFREE EXPERIENCE.

BOOK SCANNING

ALTERATION and mending same day next day service call 371-2133

ALTERATIONS

MASSAGE Swedish Deep Tissue Pregnancy. Reflexology Massage by Sarah (845)202-2911

DRUM SET REPAIR Make your old drums sound better than new. Tuning & repair by Shmuel Klaver (845) 459-9935

Basic alterations Bluefield area 352 7201

DRIVER

FREE SHOES!

Heimishe, experienced driver in Eretz Yisroel Yiddish, English, Hebrew speaking Please call: 011.972.506.52.8375 845.425.0964

Get free shoes for the all Fam. Please call for details. M. Weill. 845-362-8396. or 845-263-0222

BUY TIGHTS Socks/Boy Shoes... Great Prices. Free Delivery. Call Shaindel 845290-0650

BOOKKEEPER available for all your bookkeeping needs. Great for small businesses. Call 845-535-1117. Please leave a message.

LONG DISTANCE

SUPREME SOUND Speakers, mixers, subs, mics, and more For all occasions and events please call (845)578-5657

Brand new mini van Anywhere anytime best service always on time. call Yankee 845-558-2697

PEARL RESTRINGING

HAIRCUTTING and styling by the professionals! On Lenore. Keep It Great! Call now: S. Steinmetz 352-0460

HAIRCUTTING and styling! Join our many happy customers. Located on Lenore. Call E. Itzkowitz 845-371-8310

Expert & reliable service.Free pick up & delivery. 845-352-5013

HEADS UP capes - teens, adults, children. Wool capes, optional matching berets.Turbans, snoods. 20% off now!! Phyllis Terrace CALL 845-608-1547

GET REAL.

THERE’S A BETTER WAY TO DO LASER.

CHANIE GENUD Certified laser hair removal specialist

845.323.8886 Book your appointment


FOR SALE FOR RENT

THE RELIEF SOAP

ASSISTANT

TINY TIKES

R u suffering from eczema psoriasis fungus or any other skin irritation such as poison ivy oak &sumac or mosquito bites? Try our amazing itch relief soap 100%natural &it works. To order call 5965336

Looking for a young playgroup assistant for a playgroup in chestnut ridge. needed for.if you enjoy kids then call 354-5219

This camp is making me awesome!!! Backyard daycamp for 3-5 years old. Hot lunches! Old Nyack area. Call/Text 845-2635317

JOBS

CHINA 12 serving Brand New in Box including accessories. Toiveled. $150. Optional gift wrapping for an additional $35. Serious Inquiries only: 1845-445-8950

SHOES

GEMACHIM

SERVICES

clothing… Brand new, great low prices great bargains. Email lowprices4every1@gmail.com

RUNNING A CAMP? Large supply of Luigie’s ices (variety of flavors-OU Pareve) available at a steep discount. Text 4439155507.

PLAYGROUP ASSISTANT Three year old english speaking playgroup seeking assistant teacher for upcoming school year. If you enjoy working with children please call to apply for position. 845 425 6135

PLAYGROUP ASSISTANT ages 18+ for a legal playgroup in chestnut ridge. needed for summer and september. call 354-5219

MISC.

PLAYGROUP ASSISTANT Playgroup on Bates looking for a responsible warm assistant for the upcoming year, no transportation provided. Yiddish speaking required. Call 845.200.4326

LOST & FOUND

KIDDIE GROUP Small group now forming for the upcoming school year. Located on Sunrise Dr. Warm experienced teachers. Please call R. Zieg @4254697

KIDDIE GROUP New kiddie group forming on Calvert Drive for ages 18-26 months. Call A. Klein: 694-8010 and leave a message.

SLOT AVAILABLE 2 year old playgroup in Glenhill for upcoming school year. call 845-426-2094

KIDDIE GROUP on Westside has two slots available for 2 years old kids. call 425-3491

TEACHER ZLATY’S PLAYGROUP. Amazing experienced teachers. Clean warm environment. Wholesome lunches, structured schedule. Hours: 9:30-3 with an extended option until 4. Transportation available. call 917-828-4503.

KIDDIE GROUP on Park Ln. for ages 2-3 year olds. Small group. Please call 352-5130.

PLAYGROUP

CAMP In between camp for ur playgroup age kid june 23 to june 30 an experienced teacher and mother limited space call 845 274 3577

PLAYGROUP ASSISTANT Morah Chavoly’s Playgroup is looking for an 18 yr+ assistant for a 2 year old playgroup starting in Sep. Please call Rivka Chavoly 352-3512

PLAYGROUP teacher is accepting two to three yr olds from June 22 to June 30 please call 274-3577

FUN SCHOOL Exciting program!! ages: preschool, and 1st grade (June. 22- July.3) Register today to reserve slot! Call for details. Etty Einhorn 845-608-7500

BIRTH CLASS Every yiddishe mamma deserves to birth with serenity.Complete birth classes by phone. Live Q&A weekly. very convenient. call; 263-0313

GUITAR LESSONS Experienced frum, female instructor will teach you how to play in ten lessons. Years of enjoyment guaranteed! 347-4555320

GUITAR LESSONS

2 -3 year old day camp on Bates. June 27 - July 29. 9:45 - 2:15. Call/ text 347-906-2724.

in Bates Horton area, is looking for a responsible girl willing to work for assistant and teacher Position for summer and September. please call 845.379.4711

Develop your/your son/ daughter’s musical talent this summer! Teacher of 30 yrs exp. avail to give guitar lessons! 5581682. Mrs. Friedman

PLAYGROUP DRIVER

DAYCAMP FILE

SWIMMING LESSONS

Looking for a driver to do 1-2 routes mor. from 8:30-9:30 and aft. 2:45- 4:00aprox. Call 845459-3122

Enjoy a hassle free summer with this amazing daycamp file that has proven to be a smashing success. Please call 845 263 0611

Learn to swim this summer! Tzniusdike environment. State of the art pool. Mrs.Zoltan: 845356-1113

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SUMMER GROUP Boys, ages 3 1/2 - 4 ½ experienced teacher transportation included 263-4854

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THECL A SSIFIEDS

HAIRCUTTING and Styling Course Groups or 1:1. Also learn to style your own hair. Mimi Braun 4267981 or text 8251423

SCIENCE CLASS Hands-on summer program for boys age 9-11 Electromagnets, rocket launching & more. Mon & wed afternoons 845 570 7386

DRUM LESSONS by Shmuel Klaver. Monsey’s most experienced Shomer Shabbos drum instructor. Lessons ($40 & up) given in your home or my studio, to boys or girls ages 10-adult, beginners to professional. Call (845) 459-9935

Misc. SMALL MOONWALK Great for playgroup, carnival, or family funday. $30/day Call 3563142 Proceeds to Tzedaka.

TZADIKIM TOUR W/ Rabbi Lazar Brody. Baal Shem Tov, Anipoly, Uman. RimnoverYeshuos and refuos mehadrin Meals. july 18-21 845-213-0602

For Rent, beautiful clean pool for rent by the hour call (845) 445-9201

SHEIMOS

Learn how to master the violin with a heimishe male instructor. Yiddish speaking. For more info call 845.538.3486

we do pick ups all year round shuls school homes so please call 845-461-3084

Staying home first half summer? Looking to learn a useful skill? Beginners sewing course now forming. Experienced teacher 354-2658.

ENGLISH LESSONS ‫א היימישע יונגערמאן איז אוועליבעל‬ ‫ ביז‬.‫צו אויסלערנען ענגליש פון אנהייב‬ .‫צו קענען געהעריג ליינען און שרייבען‬ 845-499-7381 ‫אונטערסירטע ביטע רופט‬

ATARAS HAIR Hair cuts $10, Updos $20, Wash & set $25, Free makeover with updo (646) 771 6534

HAIRCUTTING and styling by the professionals! On Lenore. Keep It Great! Call now: S. Steinmetz 352-0460

Lost & Found FOUND Ring on oak glen few months ago for more information call:3479711763

LOST 2 velvet kapelech custom made by Stich. With name Eli or “Alef”. In the Polkadot area or Taxi. Ple call 845-3522999

LOST POOLS

VIOLIN LESSONS

SEWING COURSE

DIAPER DONATION Extra diapers sizes newborn to 3? Donate to precious babies in need. Will pick up. Please text 845-6412648

TEHILIM Harness the power of tehillim today! A Yid will say tehillim on your behalf. Call/text 8452006378.

LECHU V’NELCHA Weekly Shiur for post seminary girls every Wednesday. June 22nd with Mrs. Flohr! Call our hotline for info/ updates. 718480-0LVN

Gemachim

TICHEL

ROOF-CARRIER

and Shirtzel Brand new silk tichel and shirtzel to sell for a good price. Call (347) 461-7860

Fits almost all cars even those without racks on roof. Minutes to put on. 845-274-5284

HAIRCUTTING

SIDDUR GEMACH

and styling Join our many happy customers. Located on Lenore. Call E. Itzkowitz 845-371-8310

Sfard: Friedman 845-608-7830. Ashkenaz: Shulman- 845 352 1756 or 845-826-6718

Lost Key ring. If found, please call (845) 426-2434

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