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Our Town’s Weekly Issue #56

CROSSING THE GREAT DIVIDE:

Overcoming Limits to Language The History of Mama Lashon The Building Blocks of Language What’s Language To a Tot? English vs. English

The Monsey View clean-up contest is in full swing!

DID YOU JOIN YET?

SARA GOLDSTEIN IS BACK!

What to Pack and How to Pack for Camp with D’Clutter

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I would like to applaud you for a very successful, interesting, and helpful magazine. What I like especially is the “Keep Our Town Clean” project. What a clever way to get the entire community involved in changing Monsey for the better! I am very thankful. I was thinking though, that on the list you published of things not to recycle it says we cannot recycle wax-coated paper or cardboard; that means these items cannot go into the blue recycling bins. Then, on the advertisement that was right across the page, there is a wax-coated paper ice cream container shown going into the blue recycling bin. This seems like a mistake, and we need to let people know their bins should be used for recycling things that will be accepted.

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Thank you for bringing this matter to our attention. Frozen foods containers may appear similar to your orange juice containers or juice boxes, but are actually coated with an additional spray that precludes recycling.

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EDITOR’S BULLETIN The Monsey View was contacted by locals concerned about the safety of salmon fish, and by local fish stores concerned about sales. We requested Esther Apter, Doctor of Alternative Medicine to address the topic more in-depth to give our readers a better scope of the issue. Here is her reply: The main health hazard discussed in my article was the concern of pesticides (poisons against worms and fish parasites) intoxicating the salmon. The drugs and antibiotics that many farms feed the fish with might be authorized, but that doesn’t mean we want to consume all of that. Smoking is legal and so is red #40… It should be said however, that Norway is vast, with multiple fish farms on its fjords. There are various methods in raising fish, and although it seems that there are farms that farm in other, safer manners, the majority of these farms fall into the chemical-use category, leaving salmon full of toxins. Again, not all salmon is farmed this way, though it is quite prevalent. It would be wise to investigate the source of your salmon by speaking to your local fish store proprietor and obtaining the information about where and how the fish are raised. Do your research and make wise decisions. Esther Apter, Doctor of Alternative Medicine


‫וואס איז "עוז"?‬

‫שיתוף פעולה‪:‬‬

‫"עוז" איז א רייכע און סעפיסטעקירטע פראגראם‬ ‫פאר קינדער (יארגאנג ‪ 10 -‬ביז בר מצוה) אויף אלע עניני‬ ‫בין אדם לחברו‪ ,‬און מדות טובות‪.‬‬

‫במשך די וואכן פונם קורס זענען מיר אין שטענדיגע‬ ‫קאנטאקט מיט די עלטערן צו פארזעכערן אז זייער‬ ‫זון האלט מיט און מאכט טאקע פראגרעס‪.‬‬

‫די קורס איז צוזאמגעשטעלט פון רייכע שיעורים‬ ‫און ספעציעלע עקסערסייז‪ ,‬וואו די קינדער זענען זיך‬ ‫קונה א נייע וועג פון לעבן‪ ,‬און א וועלט פון עצות‬ ‫וואס העלפט זיי שטייגן אין די ענינים‪.‬‬

‫ווי אויך קענען די עלטערן אריינרופן זיך‬ ‫אדורכצושמועסן אדער פרעגן שאלות אין סיי וועלכע‬ ‫ענין בנוגע די הצלחה פון זייער זון און די די קורס‪.‬‬

‫די ‪ 3‬הויפט צילן פון עוז‪:‬‬ ‫‪ )1‬שלום‪ :‬אויסצולערענען דאס‬ ‫קינד ווי אזוי זיך צו באגיין מיט אלע‬ ‫ארומיגע ווי חברים‪ ,‬געשוויסטער‪,‬‬ ‫עלטערן‪ ,‬מחנכים וכדו' אויף א פריינטליכע און‬ ‫שלום'דיגע וועג‪.‬‬ ‫‪ )2‬דרך החיים‪ :‬אויסצולערנען דאס‬ ‫קינד וויאזוי צו לעבן מיט א פאזעטיווע‬ ‫בליק אויף אלעס ארום זיך‪ ,‬נישט‬ ‫פארלוירן ווערן ווען עס קומט איהם‬ ‫אונטער א שוועריגקייט‪ ,‬נאר זיך צו קענען אן עצה‬ ‫געבן אויף די ריכטיגע וועג‪.‬‬

‫יעדעס קינד ווי א בן יחיד!‬ ‫די תלמידים באקומען ספעציעלע שעה'ן אין וואך‬ ‫ווען זיי קענען אריינרופן מיט פראגעס אדער בעטן‬ ‫פאר הילף בנוגע די ענינים וואס זיי האבן געלערענט‬ ‫ביי די קלאסן‪.‬‬

‫פריוואטע סעסיעס‪:‬‬ ‫פאר א תלמיד וואס דארף אנקומען צו אן עקסטערע‬ ‫שטופ דורך פריוואטע הילף‪ ,‬טוהן מיר צושטעלן‬ ‫עטליכע פריוואטע סעסיעס פאר אומזינסט‪.‬‬

‫די פראגראם איז אויסדריקלעך נישט געאייגענט‬ ‫פאר קינדער מיט ערענסטע פראבלעמען‪ ,‬עס איז‬ ‫געאייגענט פאר קינדער וואס קענען נוצן חיזוק אין‬ ‫די אויבערדערמאנטע ענינים‪.‬‬ ‫אדער פאר קינדער וואס זייערע עלטערן ווילן זיי‬ ‫באשענקען מיט א לעבענסלאנגע מתנה פון שלום און‬ ‫שמחת החיים‪.‬‬ ‫(פאר קינדער וואס מוטשענען זיך אין די ענינים שטעלן מיר צו‬ ‫פריוואטע הילף וואס אינאיינעם מיטן קורס וועלן זיי בע"ה מצליח‬ ‫זיין‪ .‬זעה אונטן "פריוואטע סעסיעס"‪).‬‬

‫אין צוגאב צו די ‪Maintenance program‬‬ ‫באקומען די תלמידים א ספעציעלע נומער‬ ‫אריינצורופן צו אונזער "עוז טעלעפאן ליין" ווי די‬ ‫תלמידים קענען אויסהערן אן אויסווייל פון צענדליגע‬ ‫אינהאלטסרייכע און אינטערעסאנטע שיעורים וואס‬ ‫חזר'ן איבער און פארברייטערן די ענינים וואס זיי‬ ‫האבן געלערענט ביי די קלאסן‪ ,‬וואס דאס דינט אלץ‬ ‫א שטארקע חזרה‪.‬‬

‫‪Refresh course:‬‬ ‫יעדע צוויי חדשים קומען זיך צוזאם די תלמידים פון‬ ‫אלע קלאסן און מען גייט מיט זיי נאכאמאל איבער‬ ‫אין קורצן אלע עצות און געדאנקען וואס זיי האבן‬ ‫געלערענט‪ ,‬כדי עס זאל זיך ביי זיי שטענדיג האלטן‬ ‫פריש‪.‬‬

‫‪Transportation:‬‬ ‫פאר די וואס דארפן‪ ,‬ווערט צוגעשטעלט‬ ‫טרענספארטעישאן פאר א ביליגע פרייז‪.‬‬

‫צופרידענע קינדער‪ ,‬צופרידענע‬ ‫עלטערן!‬

‫‪ )3‬מדות‪ :‬זיך צו קענען באהערשן‬ ‫איבער נעגעטיווע געפילן ווי כעס‪,‬‬ ‫נערוועזקייט‪ ,‬עצבות בושה וכדו'‪ ,‬און‬ ‫אזוי ארום בעז"ה האבן א פרייליכע‪,‬‬ ‫רואיגע און צופרידענע לעבן‪.‬‬

‫פאר וועלכע קינדער‬ ‫איז די פראגראם געאייגענט?‬

‫תעודות‪ ,‬ביז די זאכן וואס זיי האבן געלערענט ווערן‬ ‫א חלק פון זיי בסייעתא דשמיא‪.‬‬

‫הרב קאהאן בשעת'ן איבערגעבן א ריפרעש קורס‬ ‫פאר תלמידים פון עטליכע מחזורים‬

‫‪ Maintenance‬פראגראם‪:‬‬ ‫נאך די ‪ 6‬וואכן פונ'ם "עוז" קורס פאנגט זיך אן א‬ ‫‪ 10‬וואכעדיגע ‪ Maintenance program‬וואס די‬ ‫מטרה דערפון איז אז אפילו נאכ'ן אדורכגיין די קורס‬ ‫זאלן די קינדער האבן חשק שטענדיג איבערצוחזר'ן‬ ‫און איינהאלטן אלעס וואס זיי האבן געלערנט ביי די‬ ‫קלאסן‪.‬‬ ‫במשך די ‪ 10‬וואכן ארבעטן די קינדער ווייטער אויף‬ ‫אויספירן די עצות וואס זיי האבן געלערנט אין קלאס‪,‬‬ ‫זיי פילן אויס ספעציעלע צעטלעך‪ ,‬שיקן עס אריין‬ ‫און ווערן דעראויף באלוינט מיט הערליכע מתנות און‬

‫עלטערן ווערן נתפעל פון די צופרידענהייט‪ ,‬סיפוק‪,‬‬ ‫און שמחה וואס עס דערקענט זיך אויף די קינדער‬ ‫ווען זיי קומען אהיים פון די קלאסן‪ .‬ווען מען ענדיגט‬ ‫די ‪ 6‬וואכן פונם פראגראם דריקן זיך די קינדער אויס‬ ‫"הלואי גייט די פראגראם אן פאר א גאנץ יאר"‪.‬‬ ‫אין די עבר האבן מיר ב"ה געזען ריזיגע שינויים‬ ‫לטובה ביי כמעט אלע קינדער וואס זענען אדורך‬ ‫אונזער קורס‪ ,‬וואו די עלטערן דריקן זיך אויס מיט‬ ‫לשונות ווי "איך דערקען נישט דאס קינד"‪" ,‬ער איז‬ ‫ממש א נייע אינגל" וכדו'‪.‬‬

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Rebalancing Your Leptin Levels As I mentioned in my last article, sleep is the number one step in reestablishing healthy leptin levels. So, today I want to discuss the second step, which is one of the most important components of your weight-loss journey: Stop eating two or three hours before you go to sleep at night. Eating before bed gives your body immediate fuel that can be used as energy — the only problem is that you don’t need energy at this point. The food that is not used for your standard bodily functions (remember that our bodies are still active when we sleep) will be digested and eventually stored as extra fat, even though the body simply wants to be resting! On the other hand, not eating in the two or three hours before bed allows your body’s natural sleeping metabolism to help you burn fat. Sleeping is the perfect time to give your body a rest from food. After all, your body needs to digest what you’ve eaten earlier in the day, so eating extra food late at night won’t help you any. Many people believe that it’s best not to eat anything after six o’clock at night, while some say after seven or eight. I agree with this if you go to sleep at ten, which is ideal. Now, if you’re still working on going to bed in a timely manner, and instead of retiring at 2 o’clock in the morning you go to sleep at twelve, that is indeed progress. If you’re a night owl, it will take you quite a bit of time to adhere to earlier sleeping patterns, but if you make a conscious effort to do so, you will. So, for those of you who go to sleep around 10, it’s good to stop eating at seven. But for those of you who go to bed at

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Sleeping is the perfect time to give your body a rest from food.

one or two o’clock in the morning, then simply stop eating two or three hours before you call it a night. If you eat dinner at seven, you can have a bedtime snack at 10 and go to sleep at one. If you decide not to eat anything after seven and you go to bed at one, that might be a huge challenge for you. You can do it, but it’s okay to have a bedtime snack a few hours before you go to sleep if you feel you need extra fuel. Again, the top choice would be to eat dinner at around seven and go to sleep at 10. Not only will your leptin levels change, but you will lose weight and wake up feeling exhilarated and ready to start your day. Instead of feeling lethargic, you’ll have given your body a good night’s sleep to regenerate. Eating right before going to sleep can have negative effects on your sleep quality. 1. It can make you feel bloated. 2. It can cause acid reflux. 3. Your body will store the energy from the food as fat. 4. It can cause poor digestion.

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why people can eat a whole apple pie and not even feel full! If you know you will have to be up late, or if something really “important” comes up and you will go to sleep later than usual, here are a few snacks for when you get hungry at night. Choose one or two of the following: • 22 nuts • Almond or peanut butter on a celery stick • One cup of popcorn • Half an apple with 10 nuts • One stick of string cheese • Two or three thin slices of turkey • Tea with one piece of dark chocolate

stressed at night after a long day’s work, it’s easier to overeat on sugary junk food. Eating processed foods, however, will only stall your weight-loss journey and interfere with your leptin levels. So, aim for a peaceful night’s sleep and two or three hours on an empty stomach before bed. Try it — you will be thankful that you did. Stay tuned for next week’s article on the third step to reestablishing healthy leptin levels.

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Shabbos

Parshas

S h e la c h By Rebbetzin Malka Teitelbaum Sossover Rebbitzin

Aviva finally settled her baby down long enough to be able to say Birchas HaShachar before getting her older children out the door to cheder, school, and playgroup. When she came to the words, “V’hi ratzon milfanecha… shetargileinu b’Sorasecha,” Aviva paused. Engage me in Your Torah? I used to daven Shacharis and Mincha every day as a girl, she reflected, and say Tehillim as well. But now I’m barely able to squeeze in these few brachos… Avigdor hurried to catch the early minyan so he could be on time to make the bus that took him to his job in Manhattan. When he came to the words, “Vihi ratzon milfanecha… shetargileinu b’Sorasecha,” Avigdor paused. Torah used to be my whole life, he reflected, remembering his kollel days with great nostalgia. I still have my night shiur, but it can’t be compared to learning full time. And going into Manhattan every day is such a danger to my neshama, he reflected. The billboards alone make the commute a spiritual minefield. Avigdor continued to daven, having in mind that Hashem should please help him not to succumb to the moral dangers he would inevitably encounter throughout the day. This week’s Parsha begins, “V’yadabeir Hashem el Moshe leimor, ‘Shelach l’cha anashim…’ – And Hashem spoke to Moshe, saying, ‘Send for yourself men

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and let them spy out the land of C’naan…’” (Bamidbar 13:1-2) The Sfas Emes, in his first maamar on Parshas Shelach from the year 5631, raises a good question. We know that it was Klal Yisroel who asked to spy out the land in the first place, and that Hashem had not been pleased with this suggestion because the request had been made with impure mo-

Hashem was, in fact, giving them an opportunity to save themselves from their own mistake. tives. And yet, Hashem not only permitted them to send spies, but He even commanded them to do, as indicated by the word “leimor” in this pasuk. One might wonder why Hashem would actually command people to do something that had been their own idea, and which He knew to be rooted in rebelliousness. The Sfas Emes answers that by commanding Klal Yisroel to send the m’raglim, Hashem was, in fact, giving them an opportunity to save themselves from their own mistake. By turning their request into His own command, Hashem transformed their plan into a true mitzvah and thus gave the m’raglim the opportunity to go

forth as shlichei mitzvah, who we know merit special protection. It says in the midrash (Bamidbar Rabbah 16:1), “There is nothing so precious to Hashem as a sh’liach mitzvah.” The Sfas Emes explains that a true sh’liach mitzvah gives away his nefesh for his shlichus. He places Hashem’s will above his own in all his actions. Although spying out the land had been their own idea, if the m’raglim would have gone forth with the intention of being shlichei mitzvah – nullifying their own will completely and suppressing their personal desires – then they would have been saved as true shlichei mitzvah. The Sfas Emes takes this idea further, applying it to every person. He quotes his zaide, the Chiddushei HaRim, that every person who is m’kayeim the mitzvos of his Creator – which is what we were sent to this world to do in the first place – seeking only to fulfill the will of Hashem all the days of his life, is continuously considered to be a shliach mitzvah and thus merits constant protection. If a person nullifies his own will entirely, not even seeking to be zocheh to madregos such as closeness to Hashem, but always and only seeking to do the will of Hashem, then it means that he has true m’siras nefesh for his shlichus. However, if he attaches his own will to any of his actions – even mitzvos – then he is not a


true shliach mitzvah and does not merit that special protection. The Sfas Emes further explains that the above midrash goes on to say that the shluchim who were later sent by Yehoshua gave themselves away completely for their shlichus. They made themselves like potters who create vessels of clay, which brings no chashivus. Because they knew they would be entering a place of grave moral danger, they understood that making themselves into true shluchei mitzvah was the only way they could merit Hashem’s complete protection. The Sfas Emes explains that this midrash should serve as our model for life in this world. A shaliach is a person who is sent to do a mitzvah. We were sent into a world of moral danger and immorality, and the key to total protection is to make ourselves shluchei mitzvah - to see ourselves as people who were sent to this world to do mitzvos. However, to be true shlichei mitzvah, we must nullify our own desires and do ever action - from “ordinary” activities to mitzvos - only and completely to carry out Hashem’s will. This is why we say in davening every day, “shetargileinu b’Sorasecha” – the words at which Aviva and Avigdor in the above stories both paused to reflect. Normally, we understand this bracha to mean that we should seek to only do actions involving the Torah – i.e., we should try to spend more time learning or davening, or engaging in “official” mitzvos such as bikur cholim. The Sfas Emes is bringing out the opposite message from this bracha: whatever our action may be – whether it is to sit and learn or to commute to Manhattan for work, like Avigdor, or whether it is to daven a full Shacharis or to care for young children, like Aviva – we can infuse every action (shetargileinu) with Torah (b’Sorasecha) by having the kavanah to carry out Hashem’s will. Avigdor should keep in mind that supporting his family is Hashem’s will for him, and Aviva should keep in mind that caring for her children is Hashem’s will for her. By living our lives this way, we make ourselves into shluchei mitzvah and thus merit Hashem’s special protection throughout our days, whether from our own yetzer hara or from the billboards of Manhattan.

Hilchos Shabbos

Q&A

One Halachah at a Time By Rebbetzin Y. Weissmandl

Q

Is it muttar on Erev Shabbos to put mail in the mailbox and raise the flag to indicate it’s ready to be picked up and the mail will be picked up on Shabbos or Yom Tov?

A

It’s muttar.

There are two halachic Issues involved: Issue #1. Melachas Akum on Shabbos (‫)מלאכת עכו”ם‬ There are two types of issurim regarding melachas akum on Shabbos. 1. Chazal prohibited asking a non-Jew to perform a melacha on Shabbos, even if one won’t have any benefit from the performed melacha. This prohibition includes asking the non-Jew directly or even hinting for the non-Jew to perform a forbidden melacha on Shabbos. It is assur to even hint with one’s finger. (This issur also applies to melochos d’rabbanan.) In case of (monetary) loss, or l’tzorech gadol — great need (‫הפסד‬ ‫)או לצורך גדול‬, it is permitted to hint to a non-Jew to perform a melacha. But that hint should not be given as a command (‫)דרך ציוו‬. • “Derech tzivuy,” a hint with a direct request, is assur. For example, if the light in the bedroom is on, to tell a nonJew, “Why didn’t you turn off the light before I went to sleep last time when the light was on on Shabbos?” This is a type of hint with a direct request to turn the light off. This is assur. • A hint shelo b’derech tzivuy (without a direct request) is muttar. For example, “The light in the room is on. I cannot sleep with the light on.

We Jews are forbidden to turn the light off on Shabbos.” Or, “The air conditioner is on. It’s a waste of money…” This type of hint without a command is muttar. All the of following are assur: • To ask a non-Jew on Erev Shabbos to perform a melacha on Shabbos. • To ask a non-Jew on Shabbos to perform a melacha after Shabbos. • To ask a non-Jew on Shabbos that he should ask another non-Jew to-do a melacha on Shabbos. 2. Chazal prohibited having benefit (‫ )הנאה‬from a melacha performed for a Jew, by a non-Jew on Shabbos — even if the non-Jew performed it without being asked to do so. Benefiting from the act performed on Shabbos is even prohibited even on Motzei Shabbos for the amount of time it took the non-Jew to do the melacha. When one sees a non-Jew performing a melacha on Shabbos for him, one should try to prevent him from doing so. The following are some cases that Chazal permitted benefiting from melachas akum on Shabbos, and even allow asking the nonJew to perform that melacha on Shabbos: • When the melacha is done for the non-Jew himself, or for himself and a Yid, or for

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a choleh who is together with a non-choleh • If one was able to have the hanoah before the non-Jew performed the melocha; for example, it is light in the room and the non-Jew switched on the light without asking anyone, thereby making reading easier, one is allowed to have hanoah from the extra light. (This concept is considered ‫תוספות אור‬.) • If the non-Jew is able to perform a melacha b’derech heter (in a permitted manner), but for a non-Jew’s own convenience performs that melacha b’derech issur (in a non-permitted manner), this is muttar l’chatchila. Example: A non-Jew is allowed to wash dishes with warm water for her own benefit; that is allowed, because, according to the Jew, she could wash it with cold water, though she’d have to work harder. • There are certain other circumstances where Chazal allowed a Yid to ask a non-Jew to perform a melacha on Shabbos, and for a Yid to be permitted to have benefit on Shabbos from that

melacha. These include any of the following: • ‫( לצורך גדול מאוד‬In dire situations) • ‫( לצורך מצוה‬For the needs of a mitzvah) • ‫( לצורך חולה‬For the needs of a sick person) • ‫( לצורך רבים‬For the needs of the community) • In each of the above situations one must ask a shailah.

zah letter in a public mailbox. • It is assur to send express mail on Erev Shabbos because it is ‫קובע מלאכתו בשבת‬. One specifically wants it to happen on Shabbos. Now with regards to putting mail out on Erev Shabbos in one’s own private mailbox, there is the second issue of maares eyin. (‫מראית‬ ‫)עין‬

So, it is allowed to put mail in a public mailbox (for example, the post office) close to the onset of Shabbos. The main reason for this heter is that leading poskim are of the opinion that although on Shabbos itself it is assur to ask one non-Jew to ask a second non-Jew to perform a melacha on Shabbos, this is allowed on Erev Shabbos. Putting mail in a public mailbox on Erev Shabbos falls under that category, because one doesn’t request in any way of the mailman to have the mail picked up, he does this because his boss instructs him to do so. • On Shabbos itself, it is not allowed to put even a non-mukt-

Issue # 2. Ma’ares Eyin Chazal prohibited allowing a non-Jew on Shabbos to remove even the non-Jew’s own belongings (that he just got from the Yid before Shabbos) out of the Yid’s property, because of ‫מראית עין‬, [one might suspect that they’ve conducted business dealings on Shabbos.] But with regards to mail, it is common knowledge that the mail is picked up and delivered daily, so there is no ‫ מראית עין‬involved when the mailman removes the mail. But, as written above, on Shabbos itself, it is assur to put mail in any mailbox. (Because in Shabbos itself even to ask one non-Jew to ask another non-Jew is assur.)

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By: Perry Kiszner

Life with Chaim is like a dance that keeps changing rhythms. What may start off as a steady rhumba, can quickly turn into a wild jazz which can leave you reeling with dizziness, long after it has settled into a waltz. Homeschooling him can sometimes feel like never having the opportunity to shut the music. What it involves is many an unexpected meltdown episode. 8:00 AM. It is a peaceful morning as I distribute snacks into the waiting schoolbags, while the children are all busy getting dressed in their respective bedrooms. But peaceful it is not for too long. Suddenly, there is a loud crash followed by angry shouts. As I make my way upstairs, I catch a glimpse of a single eye materializing through the crack in each bedroom door, all motioning me in one direction. Chaim is at it again, no doubt. The question is only, what has sparked it this time? Cautiously, I open the door to his bedroom and am greeted by the usual scene: articles of clothing strewn about, crying and screaming in his soprano capabilities. It is not until much later that I can make out the word “yarmulke” and I realize his usual yarmulke has gone missing. Long after the kids have left for school and Morah Chava has let herself into the house, Chaim still refuses to leave his room. With a sullen face, he keeps refusing my offers of a replacement yarmulke. Finally, after a massive search uncovers the lost one, Chaim treks downstairs. An hour too late. Or it is on another day, at snack time, that the meltdown happens. As I listen to the sweet chirping through my patio door, there is a joining sound of pitter-pattering feet as Chaim climbs upstairs to fetch his snack. His mood is jol-

Chaim is on the floor, hitting and kicking like he’s getting paid for it. ly, I note, so I smile in return and hand him a bag of freshly baked oatmeal cookies. And then it happens. Chaim is on the floor, hitting and kicking like he’s getting paid for it. After a while I gather it is chocolate-covered wafers he wants now. Something my pantry is short of providing at the time. After many creative attempts of similar offerings, I come to the disappointing realization that my creativity must be seriously lacking. Amidst all the ruckus, Morah Chava comes to join efforts in rescuing Chaim out of the drama and proves to outsmart me by a sudden discovery of an ice cream bar that had been stashed away in the back of the freezer. Thus, we put an end to yet another happy moment gone wrong. Our basically uneventful life seems to be forever sprinkled with a good dose of surprises, whether it is caused by a drink not being hot nor cold enough, a pair of shoes that are simply tied too loose or too tight or any other outrageous request that cannot be met. It may happen in the supermarket, at the toy store, or in the car. There will be chipped furniture, flying saucers, and a household of people scratching their heads in confusion and bewilderment. Yet, on the other hand, Chaim can be so irresistible with his extreme literal view of things, his endless barrage of deeply innocent questions, or the displays of his great academic strengths; clearly indicating a little Einstein in the making. Our hearts melt away. Chaim identifies objects by the names of their brand. He collects books published by the same

publishers. He studies the illustrations of every one of them. He will then point out what picture has been used repeatedly in other publications and exactly what alterations were done to suit the specific place they are in. Genius, right? Yet, it seems that while boys his age are into social circles and friendships, Chaim is studying brands off the cereal boxes and Band-Aid packagings. Chaim suffers from severe social anxiety which can find him sitting at the very far end of the room at family gatherings, keep us from planning family outings, and limits our options of leaving him anywhere for more than a short while. He will shrivel at the mere existence of another child in his company. That is why we were so unprepared yet, for the biggest surprise of all time... Recently, Chaim has been begging for a friend. Yes, it is an occasion worth making a blessing over, or throwing a Seudas Hodaya for. Instead, though, all we can do in response is look at each other in amazement, silently questioning which one of us had actually heard right. But then, there it is again, a request for friendship, for companionship, from a tiny little caterpillar that is ever so cautiously emerging from his cocoon. And all we can do is gather him into our warm embrace with a promise of setting up for him a class of other blossoming baby butterflies, searching for the same. For now we firmly believe that, indeed, every little Einstein needs a friend...

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PART ONE

PROPERTY CLEANUP

GOAL Beautify your property, as a daily family project. Launching the Monsey-Wide Cleanup Initiative Powered by The Monsey View Mega Sunday Reward Days in Sweet Expressions and Toys 4 U! Program starting this Sunday, June 26!

WHEN? Each afternoon, between 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm.

Note: urs up ho a le C n tended to x e e b e the can modat accom ule of boys sched me home o who c ter. la

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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Bring in your completed chart for Round #1 to Sweet Expressions on Sunday, July 10 for a free kiddie cone for each participant! (Limit 4 cones per family) And then go to Toys 4 U to pick up a Cleanup Member prize!


In each day’s square, write the initials of each child who has participated in a full property cleanup. Bring this completed chart in to Sweet Expressions and Toys 4 U to claim your rewards on Mega Sunday Reward Days.

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SUNDAY June 26

MONDAY

‫ כ' סיון‬June 27

Starting round #1 ______ ______ ______ ______ ______ ______ 5:00-7:00 cleanup July 3

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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5:00-7:00 cleanup

5:00-7:00 cleanup

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5:00-7:00 cleanup

‫ 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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5:00-7:00 cleanup

5:00-7:00 cleanup

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5:00-7:00 cleanup

5:00-7:00 cleanup

5:00-7:00 cleanup

July 12

July 13

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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5:00-7:00 cleanup

5:00-7:00 cleanup

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5:00-7:00 cleanup

5:00-7:00 cleanup

‫ 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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5:00-7:00 cleanup

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5:00-7:00 cleanup

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5:00-7:00 cleanup

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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5:00-7:00 cleanup

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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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5:00-7:00 cleanup

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August 17

August 18

August 19

August 15

‫ י"א אב‬August 16

‫י"ב אב‬

‫י"ג אב‬

‫י"ד אב‬

‫ט"ו 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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Recap: While Sara is out shopping with her girls, and preparing Tehilla for the school change she’s dreading, the neighbors have a pool party in her backyard.

“Tzipoiry.” Sara stopped the young woman on her driveway. There was so much anger in her heart, a hard hatred she wished wasn’t there, but it was, even a month later, and she was going to take care of it. She was doing it right now, by addressing Tzipoiry. Tzipoiry was listening to her with half an ear while minding her toddler in the bushes with most of her dispersed attention. Hashem, help me that my words should not emerge in a rude, rushed way. I want to express my feelings and create walls, or gates, that will allow us to talk but not trample. This was Sara’s wish, her rushed prayer. Tzipoiry stilled. She noticed that Sara wasn’t competing for her attention with the toddler, but patiently waiting until Tzipoiry made room to listen. “What did you want to say? No, Burech, don’t do that. It’s ichy.” This woman will never understand, Sara thought. But it wasn’t about that. It was about her, about Sara stating her boundaries, letting her neighbors know what she felt and what she expected. “You know, these streets used to be very quiet,” Sara began. “I lived next to a very old and genteel woman, who tended her garden and put up a fence so the two of us knew clearly where each of our properties started and ended.” “Don’t get your knees muddy!” “And then, all this shot up. I have no complaints. Really, Baruch Hashem, I have come to appreciate that our families are growing, Monsey is growing, Klal Yisrael is blossoming. And I was even excited to have neighbors, and to share. My boys love to play with your Chezky. And I like our Shalosh Seudos together. And I enjoy it when you come over for a schmooze. And your cake, thank you so much. There are so many blessings. But when you hosted an upsherin barbeque, and you knew you didn’t have room, and you knew you were relying on my backyard, how did you do it without asking me? I had planned to spend time with my children outside. I had no idea. And you tell me, ‘Your kids can also eat.’ First of all, we don’t eat that shechita. And I had made supper that day. And you don’t need to pay

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me with meat. All I expect is that if you’re going to use my backyard, front yard, and sidewalk for a moonwalk, even if it’s right next to yours, I want to be asked. I felt violated. Like my own driveway is not mine anymore.” “I heard that you had a very hard adjustment.” “You did?” “Yeah, the oilem talks. You know, that you didn’t want this. And that you were also offered to be bought out. Nothing doing.” Tzipoiry waved away hours of gossip with her palm as if it really was nothing that all the new neighbors were privy to the struggle she’d fought and ultimately overcame while they were still deciding to buy. Sara’s eyes narrowed. She was hurt. She wasn’t sure where this comment came into the discussion about property, especially when she was in the middle of stating her claim. Was the woman completely opaque? “Tzipoiry, all I want in this discussion is to tell you how I feel, so we can continue to be neighborly. I’m happy for you, your son was adorable, the event was gorgeous, but I felt very hurt and I wanted to share it. I feel even more hurt now, because

When you hosted an upsherin barbeque, and you knew you didn’t have room, and you knew you were relying on my backyard, how did you do it without asking me? I can’t understand the connection to what you just said.” “Nothing. I’m just saying. You know. We all get along, we all share space. We all respect you. Yes, I should have asked. You’re right.” She was talking in choppy, resigned sentences. Her voice was very offended. Sara had an impulse to assuage her but held herself back. This wasn’t why she had started the conversation, to tell Tzipoiry Eiss it was all okay. It wasn’t all okay, and she needed to be respectful about Sara’s property. The last few weeks of slipping into a rhythm with her new neighbors had taught her so much. Tzipoiry wasn’t friendly because she was considerate and kind, but because of an insatiable need that most soon grew tired of fulfilling. The elegant, opulent houses didn’t not necessarily house greed and materialism, but strong women and families who took care of themselves and by extension their families, communities, and neighbors. There was so much to

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learn when thrown into a sea of neighbors who literally lived on the periphery of her own life, and now she knew another thing. Not everyone has room for another person’s story. That night, after Krias Shema, Sara lay in her bed, looking up into the darkness, reviewing her day. Tzipoiry Eiss had come to rely on her, for her daughters to babysit her children at least once a week, for emotional recognition and advice, for a listening ear, for greenery around the house, and a place to sit in the shade. It was time to cut back. Tzipoiry didn’t know what the word “no” meant, so Sara would have to show her with actions. She would not be sending supper for Tzipoiry’s husband, even though Tzipoiry had confided in her that she was nauseous and had hinted that her husband loved Sara’s food and that “my mother always said, it’s just one more potato in the pot”. Tzipoiry’s family ate more takeout in one week than Sara’s family did in a year. They could find other solutions. And Sara would not let Tzipoiry’s children play under her window on Shabbos afternoon. And she would not stay outside schmoozing until Havdalah again.

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“We need to get out of here, fast!” Sara said. They could hear the flames crackle and pop. Interesting. When she looked back, she could recognize her own growth. In the daily grind, in the struggle of sweating through each encounter and every emotion, it was hard to see how well she was doing. Now, she knew. Last year, had she known she would have a neighbor like Tzipoiry Eiss, who she would learn to both love and distance, she would have been up for two nights just from the thought. Tonight though, she felt serene, calmly thinking of solutions as she drifted… with a smile… into images of neighbors and flower landscapes and… There was a huge bang right outside her window. Sara awoke, startled, the sleep still clinging to her thoughts. The world outside her window was lit up in many colors of orange and light. Tzipoiry’s party was her first thought. She lifted up the shades right above her bed. This wasn’t a party. Her senses snapped awake. A fire. Out of Eiss’s window next door, the flames poured out, upward, toward the next floor, toward the sky. “A fire!” Sara said loudly. The flames were very near, she could feel the heat even across the narrow walkway that separated the building from her

own house. “Elimelech, a fire!” He said, “Whaa?” but then opened an eye and sat up. “We need to get out of here, fast!” Sara said. They could hear the flames crackle and pop. They ran to wake all the kids, Elimelech grabbing his phone to call the fire department once they were safely outside. Elimelech carried out the two youngest children, and, far from the house, made the urgent call. They knew already, they told him. They were on their way. The world was a different color, celebratory or menacing, evil or light, Sara couldn’t tell. All she knew, watching the fire devour the house through blurred eyes, was that the huge building, with all the beautiful design and new coats of paint and… wait, where were all the people? They weren’t out. Were they still inside?! 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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I think the hardest thing about being on a diet is those times when you’re just in the mood of a nosh or a snack or a munchie. The wonderful thing about the next three recipes is that they are all pre-portioned, which sort of forces us to be mindful about portion control. They are all waist friendly, as long you stick to just one.

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Chocolate Oat Bran Muffins If you ever are in need of a change, substitute the cocoa powder for 1 ½ teaspoons of cinnamon powder.

Ingredients:

Directions:

6 tablespoons oat bran

1. Preheat oven to 350°.

4 teaspoons cocoa powder

2. Mix all dry ingredients in a bowl.

2 eggs

3. Add yogurt and eggs and whisk until smooth.

6 tablespoons fat-free plain yogurt 1 teaspoon baking powder ¼ cup Splenda or sugar substitute

4. Divide mixture evenly among six muffin liners. 5. Bake for 15 to 18 minutes.

Note: Each muffin contains 70 calories.

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1 cup coconut flakes

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1. Combine all ingredients in a large bowl. Shape into 20 balls. Refrigerate until firm.


Citrus Yogurt Poppy Muffins Ingredients: 2 cups flour ½ cup sugar 2 tablespoons poppy seeds 1 teaspoon baking powder 1 teaspoon baking soda ¼ teaspoon salt 3 tablespoons oil

Directions: 1. Preheat oven to 400°. 2. Combine all dry ingredients in a large bowl. Add wet ingredients and mix well. 3. Divide batter evenly among 12 muffin liners. Bake for 15 minutes or until slightly browned.

1 teaspoon grated lemon rind 2 tablespoons lemon juice 1 cup low-fat vanilla yogurt 1 egg

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Note: Each muffin contains 170 calories.


No Time for Exercise? Consider the number of calories burnt as a mother and housewife. (Based on a person weighing 150 pounds doing the work for a half hour.) Carpet sweeping, sweeping floors

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Cleaning, heavy or major, vigorous effort, including washing car, washing windows, cleaning garage

68

Mopping 85 Household tasks, light effort

51

Household tasks, moderate effort

85

Household tasks, vigorous effort

102

Light cleaning like dusting, straightening up, changing linen, carrying out trash

51

Washing dishes while standing

44

Washing dishes and clearing dishes from table

51

Vacuuming 85 Cooking or food preparation, including use of manual appliances while standing or sitting

32

Serving food, setting table

51

Cooking or food preparation (with some walking)

51

Putting away groceries, carrying packages

51

Carrying groceries upstairs

221

Food shopping with or without a grocery cart, standing or walking

44

Ironing 44 Sitting - knitting, sewing

17

Doing laundry, packing suitcase (while standing) Folding or hanging clothes, putting clothes in washer or dryer

32

Putting away clothes, gathering clothes to pack, putting away laundry while walking around

44

Making beds

34

Moving furniture and household items, carrying boxes

170

Scrubbing floors on hands and knees, and scrubbing bathroom, bathtub

85

Sweeping garage, sidewalk, or outside of house

102

Putting away household items while walking around - moderate effort

68

Watering plants

51

Sitting - playing with child(ren) - light, only active periods

51

Standing - playing with child(ren) - light, only active periods

61

Walk/run - playing with child(ren) - moderate, only active periods

102

Walk/run - playing with child(ren) - vigorous, only active periods

136

Carrying small children

68

Child care: sitting - dressing, bathing, grooming, feeding, occasional lifting of child-light effort, general

51

Child care: standing - dressing, bathing, grooming, feeding, occasional lifting of child-light effort

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Reclining with baby

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World News

By Ruchel Lebovits

On June 23rd, the United Kingdom held a vote on a referendum about whether they should remain in the European Union (EU) or leave. This vote was called Brexit, a combination of the words “British” and “exit.” The option to “Leave” was supported largely by working class people, and won with a margin of 51.9% to the “Stay” option of 48.1%. The last time British citizens had gotten a chance to vote on their partnership status with the EU was in 1975, and at that time the EU was structured very differently. Here were some of the issues at hand, and the pros and cons to staying or leaving: TRADE European Union countries can trade with each other without paying tariffs. Pros Since Europe is a small continent, it made it a lot easier and cheaper for people to do business within Europe. Cons All EU regulations applied to UK business, and many of the laws were set up in favor of the smaller and less prosperous countries in order to level the playing field, which hurt UK business. IMMIGRATION A citizen holding a passport from any EU nation can travel freely to all other partner countries as well as reside and work in those countries without a visa. Pros It eased travel among EU nations as well as boosted job opportunities Cons Citizens from poorer countries were flocking

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to richer countries, including the UK, for better job opportunities. In the event they couldn’t find a job, they were able to apply for social services in the UK. Although the polling had been closed prior to the election, the option of “Leave” winning came as a shock to the UK as well as the world. The initial reaction was an historic devaluation of the GBP (British Pound) as well as declines in stock markets across the world. The long-term impact remains to be seen, but in an environment of uncertainty the economy usually suffers. Because this is the first time a member country has left the EU, the process is unclear and may have an effect on the Economy for years to come. In addition, as a result to “Leave” winning, David Cameron, the British Prime Minister since 2010 (who had campaigned vigorously for “Remain”), has announced that he will resign by October of 2016, saying that he felt “fresh leadership” was needed to take Britain in this new direction.


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‫צייטונג שטויסט זיך אן אין די ענדלאזע השמצות וואס די פן‬ ‫ירבה'ניקעס פארשפרייטן איבער די גאנצע וועלט און שיינען‬ ‫א ליכט און קאנצעטרירן זיך מיט איבערגעטריבענע כחות אויף‬ ‫יעדע חסרון – עכטע אדער אויסגעטראכטע – פון מאנסי‪.‬‬ ‫ליידער איז נישט קיין סוד אז געוויסע גאר וויכטיגע‬ ‫פאזיציעס אין שטאט זענען געפאלן צו מענטשן וואס זענען‬ ‫אבסעסירט מיט שנאה קעגן יהדות מאנסי‪ ,‬און צו די זעלבע‬ ‫צייט האבן גאר גוטע פריינט אין מאנסי פארלוירן זייער כח‪.‬‬ ‫און דאס יהדות החרדית איז אפען צו רדיפות‪ .‬פינאנציאל‪,‬‬ ‫פאליטיש און מאראליש‪.‬‬ ‫די מאראל פון תושבי מאנסי איז‬ ‫אראפגעקלאפט‪ .‬די הרגשה איז אז די פן‬ ‫ירבה'ניקעס באקומען שטארקייט און‬ ‫וואגן זיך מער און מער צו אראפקלאפן די‬ ‫ערליכע אידן אין שטאט‪ ,‬זיי שעמען זיך‬ ‫ווייניגער און ווייניגער‪ ,‬און די פחד פאר‬ ‫די טאג ווען זיי באקומען מער מאכט‪ ,‬ווען‬ ‫זיי וועלן קענען אויספירן זייערע פלענער‪,‬‬ ‫שטערן אונזער רוחניות און אונזער‬ ‫גשמיות און גענצליך אפשטעלן די וואוקס‬ ‫פון מאנסי חס ושלום ה' ישמרנו‪.‬‬ ‫די ראקלענד קאונטי איז א גרויסע ריזן‬ ‫שטח מיט אסאך געגנטער‪ ,‬יעדע געגענט‬ ‫האט זיך אירע פראבלעמען‪ ,‬אבער עס איז‬ ‫ליידער געלונגען פאר די וואס עיניהם‬ ‫צרה אין די וואוקס פון מאנסי‪ ,‬צו לייגן די‬ ‫גאנצע דגוש אויף מאנסי‪ ,‬כאילו אז אלע‬ ‫צרות אין די וועלט קומט פון דעם שטעטל‬ ‫ווי אידן זוכן צו לעבן א ערליכע רוהיגע‬ ‫אידישע לעבן‪.‬‬

‫די קומענדע וואלן זענען גאר קריטיש און דאס עצם‬ ‫עקזיסטענץ און זכות הקיום פון מאנסי אויף מערערע פראנטן‬ ‫ברוחניות וגשמיות‪ ,‬זענען ממש אנגעוואנדן אין די קומענדיגע‬ ‫פאר יארן‪ ,‬אויב וועלן מיר האבן א שטארקע כח קען מען‬ ‫ווייטער מצליח זיין און אפ'אטעמען פריי און ווייטער זיין‬ ‫פארזיכערט מיט אונזערע רעליגיעזע‬ ‫פרייהייטן‪ ,‬צו קענען בויען קהלות ומוסדות‬ ‫און באקומען די פארדינטע שטיצע‪ ,‬אז‬ ‫אידן זאלן ווערן באהאנדלט מיט יושר‬ ‫און רחמים ביי אינוועסטיגעישאנס און‬ ‫דא האנדלט זיך‬ ‫נישט פון לוקסוס‪,‬‬ ‫אונז זאלן באקומען אונזערע סאשעל‬ ‫דא קעמפט מען‬ ‫סערוויסעס אן קיין רדיפות און חשדנות‪.‬‬

‫פאר אונזער עצם‬ ‫זכות הקיום‪ ,‬אין‬ ‫אונז איז געוואנדן צו‬ ‫מיר האבן אן עתיד‬ ‫אז מאנסי זאל זיך‬ ‫ווייטער בויען אלס‬ ‫עיר ואם בישראל‬ ‫אדער אז חלילה מיר‬ ‫זאלן נישט האבן דא‬ ‫קיין עתיד‪.‬‬

‫עס איז שווער צו שרייבן צופיל פרטים‪ ,‬אבער יעדער‬ ‫תושב מאנסי שפירט אז די לופט איז פאר'סם'ט‪ .‬מען זוכט‬ ‫ווי מען קען שווער מאכן פאר די תושבי העיר מיט פרישע‬ ‫רעגולאציעס און שטרענגער מאכן מיט די עקזיסטירנדע‪.‬‬ ‫מיטן שווער מאכן פאר די מוסדות און אראפמאלן די חרדישע‬ ‫ציבור מיט שווארצע קאלירן‪.‬‬ ‫די קומענדע יארן וועלן פארקומען נאר מערערע וואל‬ ‫קאמפיינס און מען וועט אריינשטעלן קאנדידאטן וואס וועלן‬

‫יעדער איד וואס איז נאכנישט‬ ‫רעגיסטרירט זאל ביטע שוין רופן‬ ‫די רעגיסטראציע הילף‪-‬האטליין‪:‬‬

‫האבן א שטארקע כח פאר די עתיד פון די שטאט‪ .‬א שטארקע‬ ‫וואל כח וועט בע"ה הייבן די שאנסן פאר סוקסעס צו קענען‬ ‫אריינשטעלן נארמאלע יושר'דיגע קאנדידאטן וואס זאלן‬ ‫באהאנדלען אונזער ציבור מיט רעספעקט און יושר אזוי ווי‬ ‫מיר פארדינען זיך‪.‬‬

‫מיט א שטארקע כח וועלן מיר ווייטער‬ ‫שפירן רוהיג‪ ,‬און נישט מורא האבן אז‬ ‫יעדע מינוט וועט אונטערקומען א פרישע‬ ‫סכנה‪ ,‬גזירה אדער באשמוצעריי אין די‬ ‫צייטונגען‪.‬‬ ‫דא האנדלט זיך נישט פון לוקסוס‪,‬‬ ‫דא קעמפט מען פאר אונזער עצם זכות‬ ‫הקיום‪ ,‬אין אונז איז געוואנדן צו מיר האבן‬ ‫אן עתיד אז מאנסי זאל זיך ווייטער בויען‬ ‫אלס עיר ואם בישראל אדער אז חלילה‬ ‫מיר זאלן נישט האבן דא קיין עתיד‪.‬‬

‫רבנים און עסקנים‪ ,‬ווי אויך די שטאטישע ארגענאזאציעס‬ ‫וועמענס מעשי החסד זענען תלוי אין די הילף פון די רעגירונגס‬ ‫אגענטורן‪ ,‬האלטן אפ באראטונגען וויאזוי צו מעורר זיין דעם‬ ‫דעת הקהל און טאקע מאכן זיכער אז תושבי מאנסי באגרייפן‬ ‫די סכנה און רעגיסטרירן זיך צו שטימען און אפראטעווען די‬ ‫שטאט‪.‬‬ ‫די האפנונג איז אז מיטן ציבור'ס הילף וועט מען ווייטער‬ ‫ארבעטן לטובת העיר‪ ,‬המה כרעו ונפלו ואנחנו קמנו ונתעודד‪,‬‬ ‫הם אומרים פן ירבה‪ ,‬ורוח הקודש אומרת כן ירבה וכן יפרוץ!‬

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‫האפנונג‬ ‫פרישע‬ ‫פאר א שטאט אין א קריזיס‬ ‫יהדות החרדית מאנסי איז אין א ערנסטן געפאר אויף אלע פראנטן‪ ,‬קאונטי‪ ,‬טאון און ווילעדזש – שונאי דת וואס‬ ‫ווילן "טוישן" די געמיינדע און האבן מורא פון אונזער וואוקס זוכן צו אונטערלייגן פיסלעך אויף טריט‬ ‫און שריט – די מערערע מערכות און השמצות קעגן יהדות מאנסי פאדערט א דראסטישע ענטפער – נאר א‬ ‫פארשטערקערטע כח הרבים וועט בע"ה קענען אפראטעווען די שטאט‬

‫ו‬ ‫ה‬ ‫נ‬ ‫ש‬ ‫ד‬ ‫ב‬ ‫פ‬ ‫ר!‬

‫כ‬ ‫י בנ‬ ‫ע‬

‫שטימ קא‬ ‫ונזער ון •‬ ‫א טא‬ ‫זש •‬ ‫וויליד‬

‫‪N‬‬ ‫‪O‬‬ ‫‪I‬‬ ‫‪T‬‬ ‫‪A‬‬ ‫‪R‬‬ ‫‪T‬‬ ‫‪S‬‬ ‫‪I‬‬ ‫‪G‬‬ ‫‪E‬‬ ‫‪R‬‬

‫העיר; און דערמיט שטעלן א שטארקע כח צו באהיטן די שטאט‬ ‫וואס פלאגט זיך מיט שווערע ווינטן פון שנאה וואס בוזשעווען‬ ‫אקעגן דעם יחיד און דעם רבים‪.‬‬ ‫מיט פרישע פיר טויזנט שטימען וועט מען בע"ה קענען‬ ‫מצליח זיין צו אראפנעמען די פחד און סכנה וואס הערשט אויף‬ ‫מאנסי און מצליח זיין צו ווייטער בויען מאנסי אלס עיר ואם‬ ‫בישראל‪.‬‬

‫אצ‬ ‫ו‬ ‫"‬ ‫ע‬ ‫יע דרייוו –ז מער תש‬ ‫ו‬

‫די עסקנים פירן דורך א קאמפיין צו העלפן‬ ‫מאנסי‪ .‬די געטרייע עסקני ורבני העיר‬ ‫און באגלייטן דעם ציבור צו רעגיסטרירן‬ ‫מאנסי האבן אנאנסירט א מעכטיגע‬ ‫זיך‪ ,‬און די רעקאמאנדאציע איז צו‬ ‫קאמפיין "כי בנפשנו הדבר" צו‬ ‫רעגיסטרירן זיך צו די דעמאקראטישע‬ ‫אפראטעווען די עתיד פון מאנסי‪,‬‬ ‫פארטיי‪ ,‬ווייל אזוי האט מען א‬ ‫דורך פארשטערקערן די כח הרבים‬ ‫שטארקערע כח צו קענען האבן‬ ‫און די פאליטישע כח וואס זאל‬ ‫א השפעה אין די פריימעריס‪ .‬די‬ ‫שטיין כחומה בצורה און ווייטער‬ ‫מאיאריטעט פון די וואלן געווינען‬ ‫פארזיכערן די עתיד און כח פונעם‬ ‫די דעמאקראטן און דעריבער איז‬ ‫יהדות החרדית אין מאנסי‪.‬‬ ‫נ זא‬ ‫ל‬ ‫ר‬ ‫ט ד‬ ‫אסאך מער אפעקטיוו צו קענען‬ ‫סט‬ ‫י • ערה‬ ‫די קאמפיין וועט בע"ה נאכקומען‬ ‫סטעי ערט‬ ‫י‬ ‫ו‬ ‫ו‬ ‫ג‬ ‫ע‬ ‫ר‬ ‫ן‬ ‫ט • פעדער אינעם‪ :‬רע‬ ‫האבן א שטימע אין די דעמאקראטישע‬ ‫די ציל צו אויפטרייבן פרישע פיר טויזנט‬ ‫אל • ריכטער‬ ‫פריימעריס‪( .‬אז מען איז רעגיסטרירט אלס‬ ‫רעגיטרירטע וויילער‪ ,‬וואס זאלן אפגעבן די‬ ‫דעמאקראט האלט דאס נישט אפ פון שפעטער‬ ‫שטימע צו אוהבי ישראל און שטימען אין א וועג אז‬ ‫מחליט זיין פאר וועלכע פארטייס קאנדידאט מען וויל שטימען)‬ ‫עס זאל זיין א טובה פאר די מוסדות אין שטאט און תושבי‬ ‫*‬ ‫יעדער איד אין מאנסי שפירט די שווערע מצב וואס דאס‬ ‫יהדות החרדית אין מאנסי שטייט פאליטיש און די צרות וואס‬ ‫מען ליידט זיך אן אדאנק עלעמענטן וואס פארגינען נישט די‬ ‫פאקט אז פון א קליין שטעטל איז מאנסי אויסגעוואקסן א עיר‬ ‫ואם בישראל‪ ,‬עיר התורה והחסידות‪.‬‬ ‫ליידער איז עס נישט קיין סוד‪ .‬ווער עס עפענט נאר א‬


‫כ‬ ‫י בנ‬ ‫שטימ קא‬ ‫ונזער און •‬ ‫א ש•ט‬ ‫ווילידז‬

‫‪N‬‬ ‫‪REGISTRATIO‬‬

‫ע‬

‫ז‬ ‫נ אל‬ ‫טי דע‬ ‫• סט רהע‬ ‫ר‬ ‫ט‬ ‫וו‬ ‫ע‬ ‫יט • פע ערן אינעם‪:‬‬

‫דעראל • ריכטער‬

‫אצ‬ ‫ע"ו‬ ‫יע דרייוו –ז מער תש‬ ‫ו‬

‫וואס איז די‬ ‫יעצטיגע‬ ‫קאמפיין?‬

‫ו‬ ‫ה‬ ‫פשנ‬ ‫ד‬ ‫ב‬ ‫!ר‬

‫טר‬ ‫עגיס‬ ‫ר‬

‫וואס איז די מטרה?‬

‫וואקסן און שטייגן און גרעסער מאכן אונזער וואל כח‬

‫פארוואס?‬

‫צו קענען שטיין שטארק אין די שווערע צייטן ווען עס איז פארהאן א שטארקע‬ ‫שנאה קעגן דאס יהדות החרדית און מען טיילט אויס צרות קעגן פרומע אידן‪.‬‬

‫וויאזוי?‬

‫דורך אריינוועלן פאזיטיווע פארשטענדליכע פאליטיקאנטן‬ ‫וואס זוכן אונז נישט אויסצוטיילן צרות‪.‬‬

‫דורך?‬

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Y A D E R U LEIS in NEW CITY, NY The excursions that always make it to the top of the list are those, of course, that involve natural wonders. From the wide, open expanses viewed from a mountain’s peak, to the minute perfection of a perfectly formed flower, New City has it all.

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R O T H HIG MOUNTAIN

Don’t forget your binoculars! This is one mountain where the principle, “The greater the effort, the greater the reward,” is not necessarily true, since High Tor Mountain is a fairly moderate climb of about 45 minutes with breathtaking views from its peak. The terrain is pretty much flat, with a bit of rock climbing to get to the top, but the 360-degree view you are rewarded with at the summit will take your breath away. Splayed out all around you, you can see the Hudson Highlands and Bear Mountains, the colorful roofs of Haverstraw houses with water all around, Bowline State Park jutting into the water, and the New York City Skyline in the distance. You see the network of trains traveling in downtown Haverstraw, its distance below making it look like a model train set. You can see across the Hudson to Ossining and if you know where to look, you can see the outline of the Catskill Mountains.

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Dawn to dusk

There are several trails to take. The one that I have experience with begins off the parking lot of High Tor State Park. Be warned though, that it is next to the swimming pool that is already open for the summer season, so this starting point should not be used at this time of the year. If you’d like to avoid the pool, these are the coordinates for a two-hour moderate trail: 41.176922,-73.961378

Travel time: 18 minutes

We’d love to hear our readers’ experiences about alternate trails you took on High Tor and Lo Tor Mountains. Please email your comments to comments@ themonseyview.com.

The climb is moderate enough even for a fit six-year-old child, but having a young child at the peak is not for the faint at heart!

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H C T U D GARDENS

This historic garden was built in 1934, funded by the Works Project Administration (WPA) to put people back to work post Depression. In the next 20 or so years, it gained popularity and fame, winning many awards, after which it went into much disrepair. It was restored in 2012, and is now a lovely oasis with walking paths, sitting areas, picnicking, formal gardens, a teahouse, and gazebo. Tucked behind the Rockland County Courthouse in New City, it is a hidden treasure so close to our town.

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Travel time: 14 minutes


What & How to to Pack to Pack

Sara Goldstein, D’Clutter

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Hi everyone! The other day I came up with nothing short of a brainstorm. I miss camp so much that packing and shopping for my two campers is my ultimate enjoyment. Figuring that I’m living vicariously through my kids, I told my daughter to go on a diet for me. Brilliant, no? My experiment failed. She lost the weight, and I, umm well sorta, umm yeah, whatever. So, not everything can be lived through your children. Some things you just gotta do on your own. Like dieting. Go figure. Shopping for camp can be a really fun experience or a dreaded ordeal. Make it a great experience by doing it right. Lemme share a secret that will make preparing for camp so much more relaxing. Technically it is not a secret but it’s something we forget while we shop, shop, and shop. I don’t like extra things in my home but when it comes to packing for camp, I send along everything I can lay my hands on. Yeah, I’m one of those. ( In camp I don’t mind the clutter. Hehe.) However! Remember that essentially if they’ll be in camp for four weeks, or eight, you will have an opportunity to send things every week through messenger service or anyone that’s going down to visit. I see frantic shoppers and frazzled mothers, so just a reminder that if you forget anything, it’s okay. You’ll shop in a much calmer state when you have this thought in mind. That’s my big secret. Not the biggest secret, but I love secrets and I’m not sharing this with everyone; just you moms who want to make the weeks before camp more focused on spending time with your kids than freaking out about forgetting the bug repellent spray. Last year was my first camp experience with my kids. I gotta tell you, I was so thorough that this year their stuff will practically pack by

themselves. Trust me, there is nothing to it! All you need is cash, patience, perseverance, a credit card, a good meal before heading out to the stores, (a.k.a. in my case chocolate,) a debit card, the strength to say “no” to the 16th pair of shoes that your precious daughter must, must, have just in case it rains or snows and the grounds in camp get so muddy and icy respectively, a pen to add 13 things you just remembered to your list while being the 28th person on line for 78 pairs of tights, your checkbook, tops/skirts you want to match, oh and cash. Lots. Remember to order your labels. Save boxes from your grocery order. 1. LISTS: Make a thorough list starting from top to bottom, shampoo to shoes. Most camps provide a list with the basics. If you’re feeling overwhelmed, you can always ask the camp supervisor for help. 2. SHOPPING: Once your lists are more or less done (there will always be last minute things, that’s okay), you can head out and hit the stores. What I did was divide the days of shopping into categories, and it was fantastic! For example: instead of buying linen one day and the mattress pad the other day, I did it to-

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nagel vasser shissel; or drawers for personal stuff/stationery/extra stuff. I prefer to use large zip lock bags for every category. Your kid will thank you when she unpacks in camp. Want packing to be much less overwhelming? Of course we all know that shopping early is the best idea, but try packing early as well. Let’s say shampoo, conditioner, hair brushes, soap etc., can be done by yourself without your kids, and be labeled and packed weeks in advance. If your kids prefer to choose the items, they can do it early too.

gether, even if they were each from a different store. It might sound more time-consuming, but in the long run it isn’t. It’s more organized this way and at the end of the day you get to cross off “all items for bed” from your list. (Reminder: these are all suggestions, and different things work for different people.) I don’t know about your kids, but by me somehow, the nosh box ends up looking like everything from the nosh aisle sort of fell from the shelves and managed to land very nicely in a container that itself needed an extra bus up to camp. I don’t quite remember saying yes to 12 bags of licorice and 6 ketchup bottles for the potato chips. (Yeah, if you never tried it, now is the time. Potato chips and ketchup is the second thing I miss from camp. Somehow it doesn’t taste the same at home.) In case you’re wondering, Chew Chews is number one. 3. LABEL EVERYTHING! I had a great experience with the stick-on labels. They last after washing and are so easy to apply! if you find yourself short on labels, just use your trusty Sharpie, though it won’t work on dark-colored items. If I can avoid sewing, I am one happy camper! 4. Once you’ve shopped, labeled, washed, and sorted you can start packing. 5. PACKING: When I went to camp, I always used boxes. Last year, walking into my daughter’s camp on the first day, I was scratching my head trying to understand why people use suitcases when boxes are so much more convenient, or use clear containers for nosh, the laundry bag for the blanket, pillows and

NICE EXTRAS: • If your daughter is the homesick type, or just prefers fun reminders from home, print out some pictures for her to take along. • I pre-stamp and pre-label their envelopes so there’s absolutely no excuse not to write to their camp-starved mother. • The office provides bandaids and Advil, but it’s always good to send a sewing kit , first aid kit, and some meds along. • Packing tape to pack the boxes for homecoming. About the bug spray that you forgot to send along… I’m a lover of all life, including any kind of animal, mammal, or insect. In camp, to save my friends from losing their vocal cords due to unnamed flying object, I was the official, notorious bug killer of every moving organism that wasn’t human. But keep in mind, the one who’s flailing her arms, jumping on top of the bunk bed, crouching in the corner, shrieking and covering her eyes at the same time? That may very well be your brave child. So, put the spray on the top of your list. The next on the list is the bug repellent bracelet. Do you know if it comes with a matching ring and necklace? Wait. I think the top of the list should be antifrizz spray. Or maybe Gushers. Help me out here. Have an amazing incredible summer, Sara Sara Goldstein is a professional organizer and decorator serving Upstate, Brooklyn and beyond. She can be reached at sarastyle2020@gmail.com.

The winning number of the raffle for a free girl’s closet makeover is 316! Check your card number and if you’re the lucky winner, contact me to set up your appointment. Can’t wait to organize with you! Sara;)

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By Faigy Fleischer

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Who among us hasn’t at one point or another imagined building their dream house? The process would start with an architect, drafting floor plans and blueprints which would then set the ball in motion. Excavators could be brought in if digging was required and once a foundation was poured, rooms could be framed out. Pipes, wiring, windows, would all be placed in their respective locations followed by sheetrock, a roof, doors, moldings, and plumbing and lighting fixtures. By the time you saw the cabinets hung in the kitchen, the appliances installed and the walls painted, your vision would have finally come to life. But of course, none of that could happen without taking those steps in order. Work without blueprints, or try to put up a house without a foundation, and you are doomed to disaster. The same rules apply when it comes to reading. A child who hasn’t been taught to read properly is destined to fail because everything that a student learns in school is based on one fundamental assumption: that they are literate. It was a former Secretary General at the United Nations who once remarked that “Literacy is the bridge from misery to hope.” A child who hasn’t mastered reading won’t just fall behind in class. With little or no self-esteem and finding themselves floundering, there are those who seek solace outside of the places we want them to

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be. Lacking that crucial foundation, those who struggle with reading may do their best to compensate for the gaps in their literacy skills, but ultimately, just as the house without crucial infrastructure will eventually collapse, children whose reading is sub-par will likely find success elusive. My career began with teaching special needs children, and I eventually progressed to working with youngsters with learning disabilities. The thrill of helping students overcome the obstacles that blocked their way to academic success was what made me so passionate. With time, I noticed that most of the problems that cropped up were related to poor reading skills, so I began to focus on filling in those blanks with my students. This led me to embark on an educational journey of my own, training in various different areas of literacy in order to be able to help children with as many reading issues as possible. Zero-

but her fluency was so bad that it caused a lack of confidence. Because she lagged behind her peers, it caused her a lot of embarrassment. Teaching her those skills made all the difference in the world. She went from being sad and depressed to happy and lively. In another instance, a seventeen-year-old boy who had dropped out of school came for help in tears, explaining that he just wanted to be like everyone else. He didn’t know what his problem was. It took but one assessment in which I realized that he was missing just one tiny skill in kriah. We corrected that, and within six months he became an excellent student and was accepted by a top yeshiva. It is so gratifying that to have had a positive impact on the lives of my students. I had one young student who was eight years old

Just as the house without crucial infrastructure will eventually collapse, children whose reading is sub-par will likely find success elusive. ing in on kriah, I formulated a process that I began using to help floundering students of all ages. Combined with diligent reviewing, the results were almost magical. One seventh grader who came to me was failing every subject. She would sleep in in the mornings and didn’t want to go to school. No one knew why. She came to me and I realized that she had reading skills,

and was particularly bright and expressive. He said that walking into his room and turning on the light was exactly how he felt when I started working with him. It was like a light went on, allowing him to see potential he didn’t think he had. A child’s first line of defense when it comes to reading issues starts at home. Parents need to be vigilant about reviewing reading skills with their kids


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and need to exercise copious amounts of patience. Reading isn’t like learning how to ride a bike, “It’s not something that you learn to do once and then you know it forever. It takes time and constant review to stay sharp, and the younger children are when they start, the better the outcome will be in the future.” It is important to remember that not all problems will resolve themselves with time and maturity. If your child is having problems reading, don’t assume they will grow out of it. It can cost thousands of dollars, and years of needless heartache by having to deal with the problem when your child is older, so it is important to start on these skills as early as possible. While obviously those who are experiencing more severe

with bbbb...) A child who often gets frustrated or angry when doing homework can be another sign that your child may be struggling with his reading. Regular attempts to avoid homework, or even school in general, may be another red flag, particularly in children ages six through eight. Parents often may ask me what are some practical tips they can learn so they are able to work with their children at home and help them with reading homework. HANDS ON: Children are more engaged and focused when they’re working on

A child’s first line of defense when it comes to reading issues starts at home. Parents need to be vigilant about reviewing reading skills with their kids and need to exercise copious amounts of patience. issues need to see a specialist, sometimes, simple reviews can solve the problem, saving the child from embarrassment and failure in all areas. Students who struggle with reading lose control over themselves and their entire being. • What are problems to look out for when practicing reading with your children? In addition to something as obvious as mistakes, parents should be on the alert for lack of fluency, accuracy, and motivation. Most importantly, a child should be able to identify sounds in words which are part of their daily vocabulary For example, that mom starts with mmmm, baby starts

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hands-on projects — even those who fidget during large-group lessons. In a classroom, The best way to engage kids’ brains is by having them move their hands. As children put things together, create or use familiar materials in new ways, they’re constructing meaning. “Kids learn through all their senses,” says Ben Mardell, PhD, a researcher with Project Zero at Harvard University, “and they like to touch and manipulate things.” But more than simply moving materials around, hands-on activities activate kids’ brains. Between the ages of four and seven, the right side of the brain is developing, and learning comes easily through visual and spatial activities. The left hemi-

sphere of the brain — the side that’s involved in more analytical and language skills develops later, around ages 10 and 11. When you combine activities that require movement, talking, and listening, it activates multiple areas of the brain. These simple, yet highly effective, techniques make learning fun, while stimulating the child’s development for processing and learning literacy skills. 1. Find It: Phonemic awareness activity: Say the sound of a letter or ois, and have your child find an item which begins with that letter. This is a very fun and fundamental way to brush up phonemic awareness skills. 2. Race Car Blending (phonemic awareness activity): Use a toy car to drive across the letters written spaced across a racetrack to make a word. Your child will sound out the letters as they drive across it. 3. Playdough: Have your child form the letter or nekuda with playdough. If your child has a difficult time forming the letter, you may want to write the letter on a white board for them and have them form the playdough over your letter. Eventually they will learn to form it on their own. 4. Kinesthetic sand: Have your child trace the letter or nekuda in the sand. 5. Air writing: Have your child write the Aleph Beis/alphabet in the air, this will help store the information in long term memory. 6. Popsicles: Have your child form the letter/nekuda with


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Popsicle sticks. 7. Tracing: Write the letter down on paper, and have your child form the letter over yours with stickers and/ or dot art. 8. Magnetics: Say the sound of the letter and have your child find the correct letter, and then place it on the magnetic board. This is very concrete and helps with visual memory. (This magnetic item can be found in any Judaica store). 9. Clipping: Write a word down on an index card. Then take clothespins and write a nekuda on each clothespin. Next, your child can attach the nekuda clothespin under the letters, and have him read the word on his own. This gives a child the ability to process the word as he or she is attaching the nekuda to the letter. 10. Blends activity: (This is specifically for kriah.) Some children have difficulty with blends. They may know the perfect sound of the letter and nekuda, but will struggle with blending them. A great way of practicing this skill with your child at home is to write down a letter on a whiteboard, while on the side you’ll put out some nekuda flash cards, tell your child, “Make me the sound BAH,� and your child should then choose the segol from the choice of nekudas and place it underneath the letter. Faigy Fleischer is a certified reading specialist who maintains a private practice in Monsey. She welcomes your literacy related comments and questions. To submit your questions or to arrange a private consultation for your child, contact her at at faigy@readansucceed.com or 917-474-9444.

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By: Leah Wachsler

Two high school girls prod each other on as they make their way to the principal’s office. One’s embarrassed but determined; the other is eager but hesitant. They share one common goal: to learn Yiddish. Will the principal laugh at their request, offer them an English-Yiddish dictionary, or embarrassingly worse, offer to teach them Yiddish herself? She offers the latter and our two high school girls attend Yiddish tutoring session in the principal’s office during the first recess of every Monday and Wednesday. Why do they spend recess, willingly, in the principal’s office, learning Yiddish? Mamma Lashon, they call it; the language that pulsates throughout history as the voice of “der alte heim.” Where is Yiddish from? How has it evolved over the years? What is its relationship with other languages?

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YIDDISH MELODY Yiddish, fused together through thousands of years of flight, migration and togetherness, has been rightfully described as a fusion language. The combination of elements from Germanic, Slavic, Lashon HaKodesh and other languages has given Yiddish its own unique flair. “Der zaide hot gebentcht Chanukah licht,” (the grandfather made the blessing on the Chanukah candles) illustrates the mixture of fused languages. “Zaide” is Slavic, “Chanukah” is Semitic and “bentch” is from the Romance com-

dish dialects can be as much fun as discovering the Yiddish relationship with its cousin languages.

YIDDISH AND GERMAN

The Nazi’s ym”sh, had a “clever” tool to determine if one was a Yid: language. Since, in most cases, Yiddish and German versions of a word are similar, if not almost identical, the Nazi’s speaking in German only needed to determine one’s level of German comprehension to set the stake for survival. Many stories abound of Yidwho were thus Discerning the cacophony of different Yiddish den saved by remaining dialects can be as much fun as discovering the nonchalant in the Nazi. Yiddish relationship with its cousin languages. faceAllof the things considered, the two ponent. The basic grammar, past-tense marklanguages are not comparable to American ers, and the other words are Germanic. Such English vs. English-English. As much as 1/3 sentences are quite common in Yiddish. (approx.) of Yiddish is not shared with GerDividing east from west cuts Yiddish in man. The two languages are both geographitwo. Western Yiddish, formerly spoken in cally and culturally distinct. Germany, Holland, France, Switzerland, and Hungary, has largely become extinct through assimilation, with only the rare speaker carrying it beyond the end of the nineteenth century. Its lack of Slavic words and terminology has prompted some scholars to Western YidYiddish/Slavic bilingualism carry a close dish a separate language. relationship, where the two have fused toEastern Yiddish separates itself again into gether to make one happy family. The Slavic many regional variants, but the primary diatongue — which includes Polish, Belarusian lect divisions are Northeastern, Mideastern and Ukrainian — was the non-Jewish lanand Southeastern — sometime called Lithuguage with which Yiddish speakers first came anian, Polish, Ukrainian (these are historical into contact. boundaries, not contemporary borders) — The Slavic language affects Yiddish in a with the dialect differing mostly in the proway Chaimke never knew. He was called a nunciation of certain vowels. nudnik (from nudne “boring”) and a boychik. Yiddish speakers who grew up in the UnitHe was told to shushke and not to kvitche ed States often use a variety of the language (verbs that distinguish manner of action) He that is a mixture, to some extent, of various got an upsherin and was admonished when he Eastern Yiddish dialects. In popular parlance, tzi’kvetched an orange. Even his Zaide, Bubbe, there are two linguistic and cultural regions and Plemenik had something to say. of Eastern Yiddish speakers, consisting of the Litvaks and the Galitzianers.

YIDDISH AND SLAVIC LANGUAGES

YIDDISH MEDLEY Discerning the cacophony of different Yid-

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fluenced by Yiddish than about what a klutz calcuby Lashon HaKodesh. lators have become. Proof: “Mah nishmah” This is courtesy of (literal meaning “what is the Yiddishe immigrants heard?”) is a calque of the and their offspring who Yiddish, “Vos hert zich.” maintained a heavilyMany such words, loan spiced Yiddish to comtranslations, and gramplement their English matical constructions speech. Many Yiddish have found their way words have worked their into colloquial Hebrew, way into mainstream much to the chagrin of Hebrew language pur- English and remain identifiably Jewish, while ists. Over the last century, the sound system of many others have quietly merged with the Israeli Hebrew has relied on Yiddish phonolo- rest of the English lexicon. “I don’t know from gy, and the stress system and the realization of where…” is a Yiddish idiomatic construction — certain vowels are based on Lashon HaKodesh one of many idioms and expressions lent out to sefard. the English language. The dismissive “shm”-reJews are known as a caring and sharing duplication (as in “shmy drei”) has also entered people, and so Hebrew, in return, has given colloquial English. Yiddish a lot to talk about. Just like the English of many Orthodox There is a large class of Yiddish periphrastic Jews in America today maintains a number verbs that is spoken with a Lashon HaKodesh of Yiddish influences at all levels of English word, like “maskem zayn,” “chasunah hoben,” grammar, so too has English affected Yidand “nispoel veren.” dish words and sentence structure. Translate Since its inception, Yiddish has been print- “without” into Yiddish and test the effect on ed, using all but six of the Lashon HaKodesh blue-blooded Yiddish speakers. (The literal letters. Written Yiddish in modern times uses translation would be “mit un,” the correct way the familiar “Square Aramaic” version of the to say “without” in Yiddish is “un.”) alphabet, but before the nineteenth century a Maintaining proper English grammar and version of the Rashi script was more common. structure is so problematic for the primary The exact spelling system used in Yiddish Yiddish speaker that many schools in which has varied considerably with time and place, Yiddish is the primary language, hire English depending from which end of the world one instruction teachers with a BA in ESL (English hailed. as a Second Language). Lashon HaKodesh, like its Yiddish partner, Yiddish is a highly pliable and assimilative is non-pliable to the extent that Hebrew and language with its richness of expressions. Aramaic loanwords are spelled in their original form. Be- There is such a mishmash in the dictionary cause of its policies, today with lots of zaftig Yiddish words to use Yiddish books and post signs represent while you shmooze in the bagel shop and kvetch Semitic words writ- about what a klutz calculators have become. ten phonemically rather than with their original spelling. Yiddish has seen the world in its better days and worst moments. It is the language that drips with the honeyed sweetness of Yiddishkeit. For chasidim, the secular, and the curious, Yiddish is an intrinsic language that has given There is such a mishmash in the dictionary the dictionary perhaps as much as it has taken. today with lots of zaftig Yiddish words to use Yet, Yiddish stands alone, like Am Yisrael, while you shmooze in the bagel shop and kvetch as the voice of the Jewish nation.

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By Shevy Hollander

So, which one came first? Although both modernday British and American English have evolved, British was definitely here first. Who is responsible for the changes? A large part is due to the geographical distance between the two nations which led to new variations in regards to accent and use of language, combined with the fact that America is a less formal nation than Great Britain, as is apparent in many words we use. (Think of “whilst” which is definitely more upper class than “while.”) But the one who made the biggest mark was Noah Webster, who was dead-set on the idea of detaching the former UK colonists from their “mother country.” Resenting the fact that American classrooms were filled with British textbooks, he compiled a dictionary which featured a new spelling form, based on his combined vision of logic and aesthetics. In it, the author dropped the silent second “l” in verbs such as travel or cancel with added suffixes, dropped the “u” from words like humor and color, and from there, the American English went its own way, differing from the “King’s English.”

Spelling

Here are some of the main differences in how we spell. ISE vs. IZE While an American moving to England may agonize at the hardships of acclimatizing to a new dialect, the British may be mesmorised by the our modernised version, and refrain from criticising it. OU vs. O While we may color with fervor and be honored to do

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Winston Churchill once said: “England and America are two countries separated by a common language.” That is always true, but with some awareness, perhaps we can make the gap a little bit smaller. Or, as the Brits might say, make it teeny.

so, the British might find the labour something they do not favour and ask their neighbour to do it instead. RE vs ER While we may think that we are at the center of the universe, with every fiber of our being, the British might think they are of a higher calibre — by more than a millimetre. LL vs. L While we might be nervous of the flight being canceled and stops for refueling, the British might think it’s marvellous to be an overseas traveller.


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This is where one can run into trouble when conversing with an English speaker of the opposite country. We think we ought to understand each other, but there are common words that are just used differently. Here are some true-life misunderstandings: An American is having a 1-hour visit with an English relative. “May I use the bathroom, please?” Relative eyes her strangely. “Um, sure, do you mean you want to use the bathroom?” “Yes, if it’s okay, of course,” she says, wondering if such a request is not proper enough for the Brits. “Yes, yes, of course! I’ll be right back.” Returns with a towel. “Here, the bathroom is over there. The water sometimes takes a minute to get warm….” “No, no, I don’t want to take a bath.” “Oh, you meant the water closet!” Bathroom: A place where one takes a bath.

“Miri D. was suggested as a shidduch for my son. Would you be able to give me some information.” “Certainly.” “Is she a smart girl?” “Uh…. um, well, she dresses quite smartly.” “But is she smart; does she have seichel?” “Oh, you mean clever. Yes, of course she’s clever!” “And is she simple? I want an aidel girl.” “Simple, no way! I told you she’s clever.”

An American arrives to England. Cab driver: “Here, let me fetch your suitcase and I’ll put it in my boot.” “It’s way too big! It will never fit.” Boot: the trunk of a car.

Smart: someone who dresses well would be described as smart. Simple: one who is not too “clever” would be described as simple.

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As the largest organ in our body, our skin mirrors our health. You’d be surprised as to what our skin can tell us.

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The Digestive-Skin Connection Some say, “You are what you eat.” I would rather stress that your skin is definitely what you consume. Splurging on costly anti-aging creams or Botox injections will make you look beautiful, but just for a short while. Only by maintaining a proper healthful diet, are we pulling the problem directly by the roots. Many studies reveal a direct relation between white refined sugar and flour and flawed or wrinkled skin. Midnight munching is another big culprit. Your last heavy meal should not be later than 6 PM. For real skin therapy, try the 8-week juice program. Fruit and veggie juices contain numerous fresh enzymes, vitamins, and minerals which regenerate the skin and helps the new epithelial cells develop better. It moisturizes the skin keeping it smooth, helps remove wrinkles and acne. This program is tried and true, with many gleaming faces to testify.

8-week juice program: 1. Include any combo of carrot, cabbage, broccoli, asparagus, Jerusalem artichoke (sunchoke), pumpkin, butternut squash, papaya without seeds, fresh cranberry, a small piece of fresh ginger root, or any other vegetable from your fridge, except eggplant and pineapple. To improve flavor, any fruit or berry will do. Leaving the peel on, juice it and sieve. (A good quality juicer is a life-

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Eczema and Ear Fluid Anxious parents sometimes contact me, distraught about their child’s skin condition. In

some cases, the kid’s face is covered in a layer of dried peeling skin, bloody from the constant itching. They have a hard time bending their sore, blistered fingers, and scream in agony every time they are clothed. Even in not such extreme conditions, people seek quick relief from this “scratchy” condition. I explain to these parents that eczema and ear fluid are symptoms of an overtaxed digestive system. The digestive system produces the necessary enzymes and juices to process the food we eat. In young children, it’s sometimes not fully developed, and therefore the digestive glands fail to secrete enough digestive juices, which are crucial for proper breakdown and absorption. What happens with the undigested food (usually proteins)? The body tries to eliminate it through various means, sometimes by producing excess fluid that drains through the nose and/or ears, causing a runny nose or an ear infection. Another way would be through liquid oozing through the pores causing the condition we call eczema. With Hashem’s help, I have developed two unique products for this recurrent condition, with effective results.

1. NEWNUTRIC ECZEMA CONTROL addresses the development of the digestive glands and thus severs eczema by the root. In addition, this product contains special herbs that aid in skin epithelialization. 2. NEWNUTRIC EAR FLUID CONTROL addresses the ear-digestion connection by combining herbs that strengthen the digestive system as well as eliminating ear fluid. When all food is properly digested, the excess nasal and ear fluids disappear! A skilled doctor studies his patients through the skin on their face. With one look, a specialist can detect your iron level (pale skin and lip color, indicative of low iron), your liver health (elevated bilirubin level may cause jaundice- yellowing skin), a lack of vitamin B12 (extreme pallor), some thyroid conditions (hair loss and enlarged pores) and so on. A skin test is used in detecting allergic hypersensitivity. It’s used since 1925 by applying a small amount of allergen onto skin and diagnosing according to the reaction. Most diseases can be detected this way, through the skin, yet doctors must always conduct further testing for concrete diagnosis.

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Wellspring ofWISDOM By: Kaila Weingarten, MS Ed

Wellspring Early Intervention Service Coordinator

WHAT’S LANGUAGE TO A TOT? As my two-year-old turns three, and my one-year-old turns two (no rest for the weary, huh?), I ponder at the amazing growth year two brings. From a barely talking, frustrated toddler, my oldest daughter has grown into a child who is ready for school. What a change! What a whirlwind! From learning myriad self-help skills and making sense of the world around her, she’s become quite the big sister. But I won’t say it was an easy year for Mommy. “Terrible Twos” is often used to describe parents’ frustration with their children’s temper tantrums and mood swings. Whether or not a child has special needs, this period of time can be challenging. Let’s understand this unique period of growth.

THE VIEW OF A TWO-YEAR-OLD Being two is hard. Children acquire new words and learn that with language comes power. Just watch my toddler say “NO!” With this excitement over the ability to communicate, there is also realization that it is restricted. Toddlers have limited verbal ability which leads to feelings of discontent. Children who are two are also learning new self-help skills, leading to increased independence, but then they are upset that most tasks still cannot be completed alone. Both my children resorted to grabbing and fighting as they learned to talk, frustrated that they couldn’t quite

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express their needs. For children with delayed language, feelings of exasperation are usually even stronger, and can intensify if not treated. Overall, children who are two have some ability, some independence, but, in the end, are relatively powerless. That’s a very frustrating situation.

THE VIEW OF A PROFESSIONAL There is astonishing development occurring between 24 and 36 months, especially in the language area. For children who are delayed in speech, there is often significant change in language ability during this year. With all of this growth, mood swings and temper tantrums are typical during this time period. Two-year-olds undergo major motor, intellectual, social, and emotional changes. Their vocabularies are growing, they’re eager to do things on their own, and they’re beginning to discover that they’re expected to follow certain rules. At its very root, a temper tantrum is your toddler’s inability to communicate his needs and wants. At age two, their understanding of the world that’s surrounding them surpasses their verbal ability to convey their desires or complete a task through imitation that he or she perceives as achievable. Thankfully, their motor and verbal skills will most likely catch up by the time they are three to four years old, significantly reducing the symptoms of the


When you slowly demonstrate to children the steps to independence, you keep them cheerful and eager to embrace the next phase in their lives. terrible twos. But what is a parent to do in the interim?

TACTICS FOR PARENTS Dealing with a temper tantrum can be utterly overwhelming. However, it is important for you to remember that YOU are in control. Your child is trying to communicate in a very basic way; listen. Use your words and a calm voice as a consistent reinforcement of the expected behavior. Take control of the situation through reassurance and eye contact and attempt to identify the message behind the tantrum. Give control by teaching words or gestures to communicate essential needs. Try to figure out if your toddler is tired or hungry. You can

acknowledge your child’s want and offer appropriate options as well as a simple explanation that affirms your understanding of their needs. By avoiding challenging situations, such as going shopping during your child’s nap time, and praising your child for appropriate behavior, you may be able to preempt a tantrum. It is of utmost importance that children have some means of communication, and can make themselves be understood. I find that sometimes even very young children receive speech therapy, due to their extreme frustration over their inability to communicate. Wellspring’s parents often remark that once children can express themselves, it often seems as if they have a huge personality change and are no longer so irri-

tated. When your toddler wants to do something that isn’t safe, don’t be afraid of saying “No.” Reserve the firm use of “No!” for dangerous occurrences. Other times, redirect your child’s behavior to another activity instead. But do find ways for your child to handle situations whenever it’s safe. To help your toddler to understand something, you need to show her what you want while explaining it. (“This is how we open the container of toys, see?”) When you slowly demonstrate to children the steps to independence, you keep them cheerful and eager to embrace the next phase in their lives. By accepting the changes your child is going through and showing him or her love and respect, you will help your child make it through this difficult stage with confidence.

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Play Your Cards Right Piggybacking: An aggressive, non-approved method of selling authorized user spots to boost credit scores When discussing the practice of adding an authorized user to a credit card to increase credit scores and help build credit, the discussion wouldn’t be complete without a description of the more aggressive, piggybacking practice. Piggybacking credit uses the process of adding someone as an authorized user on the credit card account of a primary cardholder with excellent credit for the sole reason of building credit or increasing the AU’s credit score. Another distinction is that the authorized user and the primary cardholder frequently don’t even know each other, let alone have a personal relationship. The entire “transaction” is one of profit. Prior to 2007, this practice became a popular scheme for credit repair companies. They capitalized on the loopholes available at the time to artificially boost the credit scores of consumers with bad credit. They charged these consumers fees to add them as authorized users to the credit cards of strangers who were purported to have excellent credit scores and a great credit history on the cards to which they were added. Once their credit scores were falsely elevated, these individuals were then able to apply for and qualify for loans and credit, with interest rates they previously would have been ineligible for. The consumer AUs never actually received or used the

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After the housing crisis, lenders expressed outrage at the practice, complaining that many of their loans were the result of these fraudulently inflated credit scores.

credit cards for the accounts they were added to. Cards for authorized users are sent to the address of the primary card holders and AUs don’t have privileges on the accounts to change the shipping addresses. But access to the card account was never the motive anyway. “Fixing” their credit through this temporary arrangement was the only motivation. After the housing crisis, lenders expressed outrage at the practice, complaining that many of their loans were the result of these fraudulently inflated credit scores. In response to the ensuing uproar, Fair Isaacs & Co. proposed a change to the way FICO scores dealt with authorized user accounts. They initially proposed a change through FICO 08 wherein no authorized user accounts would be included on credit reports and the resulting credit scores. However, the Equal Credit Opportunity Act requires lenders to consider all accounts that spouses are permitted to use together when determining the creditworthiness of an applicant. Additionally, the card issuers don’t actually frown on legitimate authorized user accounts where the primary cardholder has a personal relationship with the AU, nor do they wish to penalize these individuals by removing years of good credit history with the removal of their AU accounts from their credit reports.


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on his credit card account as an authorized user, thereby helping improve his friend’s credit. There are still companies offering piggybacking to raise your credit scores and many consumers are still actively piggybacking for better credit, though results are usually disappointing and short-lived at best. The practice itself is borderline illegal. The PIGGYBACKING clearest evidence of this gray CREDIT 2016 area is the following statute from Many consumers wonder the Credit Repair Organization whether becoming a piggybackAct: ing credit card authorized user No credit repair organization will still work to fix credit, and if may charge or receive any money piggybacking to improve a credit or other valuable consideration for score is even still legal. Certainly, the performance of any service piggybacking credit repair has which the credit repair organizafallen out of vogue and it has tion has agreed to perform for any become far more difficult for consumer before such service is piggybacking credit card compafully performed. nies and consumers to use this So, a credit repair company tactic as they used to. However, charging a consumer to add him ? & / ... ! where there’s a will, there’s a to someone’s card account as an way. In many instances, a conauthorized user in order to “resumer with bad credit You probably pair”want his credit always towould paybe in violahas at least one personal friend tion of this statute. possible! who would be willing tothe helplowest by Mortgage lenders have also allowing his friend to piggyback expressed the belief With the pricestrenuously rewind program

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that piggybacking to increase credit scores is a form of fraud, which is defined as follows: To obtain any of the moneys, funds, credits, assets, securities, or other property owned by, or under the custody or control of a financial institutions by means of a false or fraudulent pretenses, representations, or promises; shall be fined not more than $1,000,000 or imprisoned not more than 30 years, or both. Though obviously not clearcut, there’s enough evidence to suggest that piggybacking to falsely hike up your credit score through a for-profit credit repair company isn’t a practice totally above board. Moreover, with the changes FICO 08 has made in respect to “non-legitimate” authorized user accounts, it hardly seems worth the effort to even risk it.

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Real Estate

The Truth About Mortgage Pre-approvals

by Ann Zeilingold Mortgage pre-approvals are pretend documents. It is true that a preliminary mortgage approval is an essential first step in the homebuying process, as real estate agents and sellers want proof of a buyer’s ability to secure a mortgage and bid on a property. Buyers want to know what their buying power is and what their potential payments and costs will be. Everybody sees it as a good idea; a prudent and powerful first step on the often perilous journey to homeownership. So, what’s the problem? The fact is that mortgage pre-approvals are not what everybody wants them to be. They are not ironclad, they are not processed and reviewed by underwriting people, and they are not subject only to an appraisal, even though most of them say that they are. They are, however, part of almost every real estate deal and they have become essential in the bidding on a house process. Since mortgage pre-approval has grown to be so integral to the homebuying process, it makes sense that lenders would rigorously address this void. Not so. Prior to 2008, a mortgage pre-approval was automatic because regardless of the borrower profile presented, a mortgage product could be found. Remember, this was when income and assets could be pretend because verification was not a requirement, marginal credit was just fine, thank you, and down payments were unnecessary, because 100% plus financing was available in a variety of forms. Sometimes you didn’t necessarily even need a job to get a mortgage! Needless to say, the mortgage preapproval vetting process grew even more suspect. Then it all collapsed. Defaults, foreclosures, loan buybacks, and billions of dollars of bad loan losses changed the mortgage underwriting process forever. Enter the age of the double-and-triple-checked, redundantly verified, every-nook-

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Mortgage preapprovals are not ironclad, they are not processed and reviewed by underwriting people, and they are not subject only to an appraisal.

and-cranny-financialdetail-examined era of mortgage loan approval. Should-be sufficient, compelling-argument, makesense documents would no longer be considered. Paystubs and W2s used to be sufficient income proof for salaried people, but now tax returns were added to the mix to sniff out deal-killing unreimbursed employee expense write-offs. Unidentified deposits into asset accounts now require sourcing evidence to determine origin eligibility. Absent the ability to document where the money came from, the asset is eliminated even though the money is right there in the account. Unless these mortgage approval landmines are fully vetted in the preliminary approval process, purchase contracts live in fear of never closing. The roadblocks dogging a fix to this dilemma are several. Mortgage people rarely ask potential borrowers to fax or email supporting documents during the preliminary approval process. Information describing employment, income and assets are tendered during a telephone interview, an


electronic file is created, a credit report is secured and an algorithm delivers an automated underwriting decision. That’s the process. This is precisely when the evidence documents should be requested and gotten, but rarely does that happen. Borrowers are wary of sending tax returns and paystubs and bank statements to a mortgage rep to secure preliminary mortgage approval, because they are not in the lender-choosing phase of the process, all they want is a pre-approval letter. An underwriter did not approve and issue your mortgage pre-approval; your loan officer did. There is no processing of the preliminary loan file and there is no underwriting review. There is automated underwriting, there is loan officer review, and there is hope that a high level of thoroughness was thrown in. Underwriting guidelines are many, and it is

the charge of the loan officer/ mortgage rep to completely anticipate barriers to approval before signing off on a deal making, everybody’s counting on it pre-approval letter. And that is about as good as buyers and sellers and real estate people can expect it will ever be. At the end of the day, the best that we can hope for from a pre-approval is that the buyer or borrower has been well vetted and deemed mortgage-able. That is why it is critical that the loan officer issuing the pre-approval has a proven track record, a higher level of understanding of the industry and guidelines. Beyond that, it is a roll of the dice.

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4 Br /3 Ba., park like 1/2 acre prop., 4 Br/3 ba. Sep. apartment/office w/3 fin. walkout lower level w/ 1/2 bath, Brs/offices & bath w/ 2 private en- lrg deck, home office w/ priv. entr., trances, R-15A ONLY $724,900!! quiet cul-de-sac! Only 3 min walk to Olympia Ln. ONLY $525K!!

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CHURCHILL LIVING

A Frum company located 20 minutes from Monsey

RESERVATIONS COORDINATOR

EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT

Seeking a F/T Reservation Coordinator to work in a fast paced environment. Candidate will be corresponding with guests to assist them with booking their reservations. Excellent written and verbal communication required. Great pay and benefits, including paid Yom Tov. Great pay and benefits, including paid Yom Tov. (Refer to Job No. 16-33)

Seeking 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. Great pay! Great benefits!

WORK FROM HOME

Seeking 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. (Refer to Job No. 16-29) Company Benefits plus a 401K Match.

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. Great pay and benefits, including paid Yom Tov.

MARKETING ASSISTANT

Seeking a 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. (Refer to Job No. 16-33)

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT

Seeking 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 fast-paced environment. Refer to Job No. 1617. Great Benefits!

BUYER / PURCHASING

OPERATIONS ASSISTANT

Seeking a F/T individual to support and assist our Customer Service Manager. One (1) year administrative experience preferred. Refer to Job No. 16-16. Great Benefits!

OFFICE ASSISTANT

Seeking a capable office assistant. Candidate should possess great research skills. Excellent written and verbal communication a must. Great pay and benefits, including paid Yom Tov. (Refer to Job No. 15-38)

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FOR SALE FOR RENT

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For Sale INVESTMENT Safe Real Estate investment 10% return minimum 10K Call 845664-5627

FOR SALE

SERVICES

JOBS

A brand new flat 2600 sq ft in Bluefield Area. 845-499-9926

WESLEY Corner lot, dead-end property, large backyard, desirable neighborhood, move-in cond. 5 bdrms, 3.5 bth, 2,448 sqft, .808 acres. 34 Astor Pl, $599,000. 917676-3822

VAN 15 Pass Van for rent. 845-4221977

USED CARS many in stock if we don’t have it we can get it for you 9148797653

GEMACHIM

CAR for sale 2001 hyund gx300 180000 miles $750 please call 845- 461-3084

LEASE TAKEOVER I’m looking for someone to take over a 35 month lease on a 2016 Toyota Sienna. Please call (347) 374-1637 $340 a month

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MISC.

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2006 ford 15 pass. E350 86000 miles, for sale, please call 845461-3084

TEEN BEDROOM Headboard, desk, chair, and hutch. Mint condition. Asking $500. Delivery inc. w/30 miles. Contact Saul or Esther @ 845661-9054 or 845-369-6577

FURNITURE excellent condition 6 glass door seforim shank and china closetorig $2000 now $800. master bedroom set like new- orig $6000 now $2500 obo. call 845-6428997

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MASTER BEDROOM

AIR CONDITION

$1650.00 Six door China closet, table,6 chairs $3450.00 Great condition please call 8456379548

Large 25,000 BTU, with heater Frigidaire 240v, Used 1 Seasons, Excellent Condition, For sale, $440 Please call 845-538-9988

DR TABLE Beautiful tapestry for dining room table barely used, for $25. 8454213735

CURIO 7 ft wide china closet, beautiful blinds, room darkener, and more. Very low prices 8454213735

USED FURNITURE 5 Door china closet and Dinette table with 6 chairs. Best offer 845-783-1945

SHADES Due to moving, barely used for approximately 36 inch window. High quality. For 20$ each. 8454213735

BOOKCASE Seforim shank for sale. Gorgeous and in a perfect condition! 4 glass doors. Call 845-918-1753

MASTER BEDROOM furniture for sale very good price please call: 1845-422-7175

CHINA CLOSET Excellent Condition great price, call 845-274-3161

QUEEN BEDS 2 almost brand new 54in queen beds for sale with ruffles and matching linen included. Best Offer. Call 845-274-3161

MOVING SALE 30” 5 burner Milchige & Flieshig Gas range also side by side Refrigerator. Great condition 845662-2591.

FOR SALE 24” oven in great condition for sale. Please call or txt 201-7593196

REFRIGERATOR Frigidaire, For sale in excellent condition. Please call or text: 516668-2059

FOR SALE hardly used, impact 100w monolight kit w\softbox\ring\st for $100 please call: 845.461.5626

STROLLER Brand New! – Great Price! Purple – Unopened Box - stokke Model 291204 Please call: 248-990-7523

STERLING SILVER fish shape tray for sale please call 845-461-3084

JEWELRY Top quality sterling earrings, rings, necklaces, bracelets & pendants at closeout prices! 845 352 2051

LOOKING for the small thick screw like piece for the bottom of the Bosch stainless steel bowl, the model is 16 years old 845-426-2490

MOVING SALE

DRESSES

6 door china closet in beautiful condition. Call 845-425-4161

Sheva Broches dresses for Rent or Sale (one black and one Black / purple) Size 6 Call / Text 846445-5162

BEDROOM Gorgeous Italian Sterns set for sale. Perfect condition $3500. Includes headboards, night table, armoire, dresser and mirror. 3474860344.

TREES 2 beautiful artificial trees for sale, for use in dining or living room decór Call / txt 845.548.2685


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TICHEL/ SHIRTZEL

FOR SALE

CAMERA LIGHT

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

Koelstra single carriage, Great condition, call for details. Langsam 3640257

for sale: hardly used impact 100w monolight kit w\softbox\ring\st 8454615626

BASSINET

BABY WARDROBE

BOOKLETS

For Baby Jogger carriage, 3523528

very elaborate wardrobe 0-12 months for baby girl, beautiful condition. $25. 8454213735 leave message

beautiful set of 360 inspiring bedtime ‫ סיפורי צדיקים‬. (divided into 12 monthly booklets) $75.00 Free delivery. T. 845-783-1162 C. 718-219-8230

RECLINER for sale, in beautiful condition. Reclines, and stands upright with the press of a button. (perfect for elderly ppl) $100 845.548.2685

PAINTING A beautiful brand new [still wrapped] very sharp painting of The holy Tosh’e Rebbe Zt”l $175 (was $225). 845 538 0303

CUSTOM JEWELRY

GLIDER

Gold filled and sterling silver. best prices. Located at North Cole Ave. Call anytime-425-4729

Dutailer Glider/rocking chair for sale $275-. Call 371-1963 or 213-5318.

FABRIC SUKKAH brand new condition for sale 8’X10’for sale please call 347-7312811

PUMP

WASHER/DRYER

Evenflow Advanced double electric pump for sale, new in closed box. $60. Call/txt 845.548.2685

Stackable, available for free giveaway on Tuesday, July 5. Washes and dries well. Call 352-3782

FOR SALE

MILCHIG MATERNA

Canon Printer new in box. Call 845-356-1932

stages 1, 2 &3 now available for just $30 a can! Limited Quantities. Call 352-5705

STAGE LAMP

YAMAHA KEYBOARD

4 led stage lamp for $200 please call 845-461-3084

Tyros 2 Professional Keyboard set for sale. Includes Tyros keyboard, speakers, and stand. Only $1999. Call/text (845) 459-2872.

MARY KAY clearance sale call 642 - 1890

NISSAN ROGUE 2013, Low mileage- 14,500. Excellent condition. No accidents. 1 owner. 9146457049

MATERNITY TOP Elegant black brand new maternity top size L/XL for sale/ rent. Please call 845-445-8553

GLIDER

COMPRESSION HOSIERY Delivered 2 U. Medi, Sigvaris, Venotrain, etc alsoTights/Socks/ Boy Shoes Great Prices... 845-2900650

SIDEWALK SALE This Thursday June 30 loads of gr8 stuff 10 S. Rigaud Rd. off Dr. Frank Rd. S.V. 845 213 0383

TREES

Natural wood glider with ottomon by dutailer for sale $225. Call 371-1963

2 beautiful artificial trees for sale, for use in dining or living room decór, 25$ each. Call / txt 845.548.2685

MIELE

BAG HOLDERS

vacuum cleaner great price 8452386691

Simple and easy to put together. Only $7 each. 845-538-6316

For Rent PRIVATE HOUSE Wesley Hills. 4 Bedrooms, kitchen, dining room, playroom & 3 bathrooms.845-499-9926

SUMMER RENTAL Great house for rent for second half of summer 4 bedrooms central a/c beutifull kid friendly block. Call 8625917432

SUMMER RENTAL Private house in kid friendly neighborhood 4 bdrm 3 bath gated yard w swing set nr Hatzlocha grocery 5700 call 8458264066

CALVERT DR. Luxurious Brand new custom built townhouse, ready to move in, 5 bedrooms, playroom, beautiful custom kitchen with granite countertops, separate Pesach kitchen, oversized dining room & living room with custom flooring. Call: 845-641-4208

CONDO 5 bedroom + play room + dining/ living room, 2.5 baths, 2 porches brand new condition condo in the Augusta area $3200 per month section 8 ok call or txt 917.418.3174

FOR RENT 5 large rooms with plenty of closet space and 2 bathrooms. Near Viznitz. 845-426-1251

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THE STUDIO

4-ROOM

RHINEBECK, NY

Apartment, new, walk in Paiken area 845-356-9743

Apartment On Rita Avenue. 3563595, 548-8981

FURNISHED

FOR RENT

1/2 block from shul, mikvah 2br 1bath $175/per night kosher kitchen wifi, A/C mcall 845-8767666

2 Room. Ideal for single or chosson/ kallah. Ground level. W/D incl. Available immediately. Call (845)664-0250

‫ געאייגענט‬,‫ בעדרום צו פארדינגן‬1 1/2 ‫א נייע‬ 845 445-7436 ‫ רופט‬,‫פאר חתן כלה‬

SUMMER HOME

2 Bdrm apt. Furnished or unfurnished, prime location Maple Ave. between Herrick and Decatur only 1000 call 845 499 1995

available for July. Five bedrooms, 3 full baths, deck in the back, kidfriendly block, reasonable price: 845 371 1002 or 845 807 9667

SERVICES

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

3 BEDROOM Nice size, for rent on Blauvelt Rd. Please call 845-578-4020.

GEMACHIM

LOOKING To rent a 1 or 2 bedroom apartment. In Wesley hills or Pomona area. Call or text. 845608-1097

FURNISHED 2 rooms with porch with washer/ dryer and spacious closets; suitable for choson-kallah. 845426-1251

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APARTMENT Beautiful 3 room apartment for rent. Herrick Ave. / First St.Please call 845-200-8147

AIRMONT 1 bdrm apt avail in prime Airmont neighborhood pls text 3475285177

BRAND NEW 2 bedroom walk in apt on Dunhill lane. Please call 718-795-6965

APARTMENT 2 bedrooms walk in, Blauvelt Rd. near Hopal Reasonable rent, from August 845 356 2097

WEST ST. AREA New 1 1/2 BDRM (4 room) apartment For rent Please Call 845-445-7436

5 ROOM

2 bedroom apartment available for rent, Could be rented just for shabbos or anytime. Located in Wesley hills. Call/text 4436337316

For rent. Birch street off Park ave. Spacious, newly renovated, private entrance. Call/Text 845587-0286.

BLAUVELT RENTAL

SHABBOS

New Luxury 3 bdrm Fully Furnished including all top of line appliances walk in level/ bsmnt apt. 9174741814

Summer Rental 5 bdrm twnhouse bates area great price 845-6591564

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

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FURNISHED Summer Apt. Near Main Street. Bright and clean, A/C, backyard, 2 bedroom. Wheelchair accessible. 845 323 9682

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

LUXURY COLONIAL For Rent in Dexter Park / Chestnut Ridge. avail Aug 1. min 1yr lease. $3,000/mt. 845-6628139

BLAUVELT RD 2 bedroom apt on Blauvelt rd for rent please call 845-538-5363

3 BEDROOM apartment on Jill Ln cor Ralph Blvd ground level available sect.8 ok. 845-538-3993

SUMMER APARTMENT w/ POOL 2 large bdrms living/ dining New Hempstead 10952pm@gmail.com 845 37R-ENT7

4 BEDROOM colonial cape for rent in New City. Available mid-July-August. $2500/month. Please call: 845263-2608

POMONA NEW 3 bedrm +living/dining rm + state of art kitchen 10952pm@ gmail.com 845 37R-ENT7

DUPLEX

CHESTNUT RIDGE

apartment rental in blueberry building 17.IMMEDIATE Please e-mail interest to steve1s@juno. com

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


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SEEKING

OFFICE SPACE

BEAUTIFUL

Apartment Wesley Hills upcoming school year. Not there for Shabbos or Yom Tov. No need for kitchen/laundry. Email printingaddresses@gmail.com.

for rent on Maple Ave. includes 4 Rooms. And bathroom. Call 845 499 1995

sister of the bride light color gowns size 00,0 and children’s gowns size 12, 6 and 18 months Call 845-642-4968

VACATION RENTALS

3-5k sf + office space in Mahwah NJ (10 min from monsey) avail. Immediately contact 845-4221660

Motel rooms near Hunter Mountain, meals, minyan, pool, private lake, playground, Heimish crowd. August 18-28. 657 223 3673 afforditvacations@gmail.com

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

GETAWAY 1 bedroom suite on Blauvelt corner Cameo Ridge available day/week/weekend close to shul and grocery call 845-538.3993

APT FOR RENT 2 Bdrm apt. Furnished or unfurnished, prime location Maple Ave. between Herrick and Decatur. only $1000 call 845 499 1995

APARTMENT Beautiful 3 room apartment for rent.Herrick Ave. / First St.Please call 845-200-8147

OFFICE SUITE 4 / 5 Large rooms available for office suites or inventory storage, 2 bathrooms. Walk-in Private entrance. 845.206.9484

SMALL WAREHOUSE for Rent in Monsey. Beautiful Office, Alarm System 14 ft Ceiling, Overhead Door Racks and Work Tables setup Excellent for online Business $950 month Call Saul @ 845-369-6577

OFFICE/STORAGE Office/storage space available, approx. 1500 sq ft, 3 spacious rooms, full bath, private entrance, quiet location. Near GSP and Thruway. 1000 845-445-8162

WAREHOUSE SPACE

OFFICE SPACE Great offer beautifully renovated basement ideal for Office Space (multiple desk) or reception/ storage combination call for details 845 274 6013

FOR RENT West St. Spring Valley 2 room office space for rent, in a heimishe office bldg. private entrance. Call or Text: 845-5386841

GOWN Gorgeous, brand new wedding gown for rent! Ivory with coral pink & gold brocade. Approx Size 8. Call 845.548.2685

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

MOTHER OF BRIDE Beautiful Gitty Goldstein champagne dress. Exquisitely beaded, cocktail length, size 12. Priced for quick sale. 845-4267618.

OFFICE SPACE

FOR SALE

Ground level. Private entrance. Please call 845.426.1830

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

OFFICE SPACE for rent on Maple Ave. includes 4 Rooms. And bathroom. Call 845 499 1995

Wedding Gowns and Dresses TWO CREAM dresses for sisters of the bride. Reasonable Price. Magnificent fit. Teens sizes 0-2 and 4-6. 845-4251598.

FOR RENT Beautiful custom off-white children’s gowns to rent or buy, sizes 5, 8-10, 12. Please call 845213-0053.

SISTER OF BRIDE dress for sale. Black Size 4 Winter Perfect condition. Best offer Please Call 425-2744

DRESS Cream/black classy dress,cocktail length approximately size 6-8 very reasonable price $200. Please call 845-425-3782

CHILDRENS GOWNS beautiful childrens white gowns all sizes for rent please call 845 371-5899

MOTHER OF BRIDE mother of bride. Large size, Call/ text:845-538-3648

DRESS Maternity dress for rent or sale worn once for a brothers wedding light color aprx size 12. call 845-570-7789

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

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

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

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FOR SALE FOR RENT

THE WEDDING DRESSES

HEIMISH COMPANY

BOOKKEEPING

For the mother of the bride: -345585-4441-

Monsey company selling online is looking for a graduate to fill a secretarial position. Lots of potential for growth for the right person. Send your resume to: hiring1045@gmail.com

Established Monsey company seeking an experienced FullTime 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.

CUSTOM-MADE married sister of bride 2-pc dress to rent or sell. size 16-18, very slenderizing beautiful fit. Please call 263-6404.

JOBS

BALL GOWN wedding skirt for rent Gorgeous, up to date; Light gray & dark gray floral print. Size 6-8, $80 Call/text 845.548.2685

LOST & FOUND

MISC.

GEMACHIM

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2 sister of bride gown for rentLavender & peach size 4-6. 845422-5564.

FOR RENT/SELL very reasonable custom made Kallah gown worn once, size 6-8, alterable. Picture available. Call 845-538-6316

Jobs OFFICE 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.

F/T OPENING An Online Company 20 Miles From Monsey Has An Opening For a full time Secretary Position. Transportation provided. Experience In QuickBooks, Word, Excel Etc., Required. Please Email Your Resume To careers. manegments@gmail.com

SEEKING BOOKKEEPER 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

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ORDER ENTRY 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.

ECOMMERCE EXPERT 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.

RECEPTIONIST Local medical office seeks part-time receptionist. Hours include Sundays and Fridays... excellent pay for right individual! Please call 845-425-4488

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

ADLER’S Insurance looking to hire a capable girl who communicates well for a position involving sales. Fax resume to 845-356-5690 or email hr@adlersinsurance.com

LOOKING for young girl for secretarial position. Hours: Mon-Thurs. 10-6, Fri. 10-1. Must be computer savvy & detail oriented. Email: bctlist@ gmail.com or fax to 845-3630900.

H.S. SECRETARY Seeking mature woman as an English H.S. secretary: responsible, able to multi task, computer literate, authoritative personality fax resume: 845-3560711.


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HAMASPIK CHOICE

SECRETARY POSITION

WAREHOUSE MANAGER

is seeking to hire for a full time position. Individual must be able to multi-task and have excellent communication skills. Great opportunity. Graduates welcome. Please email resume tohr@ hamaspikchoice.org or fax to 845503-1502

A Online Company 20 Miles From Monsey Has An Opening For a full time Secretary Position. Transportation provided. Experience In QuickBooks, Word, Excel Etc., Required. Please Email Your Resume To careers. manegments@gmail.com

An established manufacturing company located 40 min from Monsey is looking to hire a highly organized, responsible, Shipping & Receiving - Warehouse manager, please send your Resume to: jobqk63@gmail.com

ADMIN ASSISTANT Growing office seeks an experienced, organized, detail oriented individual as administrative assistant. Proficiency in MS Office a must. Email resume to hr@bytsem.org.

OFFICE POSITION Local accounting office in monsey seeking an office assistant for a full time position. Must be computer savvy, fluent in Word, Excel and Quickbooks, Must have excellent phone and writing skills. Please send your resume toaccountingjobmonsey@yahoo. com

SUMMER JOB CONFERENCE ROOM available for your business meetings or functions. Catering available. Please call (845)3542626 ext. 111

WAREHOUSE JOB Distribution company near Monsey is seeking a Warehouse manager + other responsibilities. please fax resume to: 845-9181799

Looking to hire a girl to work one-on-one with a special needs girl in Camp Emunah- 9 hours daily for the month of July. Sleep away accommodations provided. Please email rsmith@cbsny.org or 347-533-0402

SALESWOMAN High end shop looking for F/T saleswoman. Excellent pay plus commission. Great opportunity for the right individual. Email resume tosaleshelpmonsey@ gmail.com.

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FOR SALE FOR RENT JOBS

THE COMHAB

VOLUNTEERS

Looking for a comhab worker to take a young woman swimming at Lifeplex on Sunday afternoons. Driver’s license required. Please call 845-503-0219.

Looking for volunteers to take out a boy with special needs on weekday afternoons or Sunday mornings. Must drive. Please call 845-274-6944, leave message.

SUMMER OPPORTUNITY Looking for counselors for the summer for Boys Day Camp, fun environment, games, trips and much more. great pay. Please call 845-425-3043

ENTRY LEVEL

SERVICES

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.

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MISC.

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

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.

MS ED Certified teacher/Reading/Math specialist-grades 1-12. 30 years experience avail to help your son/daughter! 558-1682. Mrs. Friedman.

MALE AID/ASSISTANT Special Needs Yeshiva looking for a male assistant/aide starting in September for the 2016-2017 school year. . Please call 352-3307 ext.119.

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VOLUNTEERS Looking for volunteers to take out a little girl with special needs on Sundays, Bates area. Please call 845-274-6944, leave message.

Babysitting/ House Help

Services MAKE A DIFFERENCE 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

DROP-INS

GRAPHIC DESIGNER

Responsible and caring babysitter available for drop-ins in the Jill area. Call/Text 917-502-5228

A available for quick turnaround jobs. Such as ads, flyers, postcards, invitations-that stand out. Call Elana at 646-515-2485.

PLAYGROUP

GRAPHIC DESIGNER

in Spring Valley looking for assistant - September. Early Childhood learning experience. English speaking. Morah Yehudis 845-364-6439

Graphic/multimedia designer. Specializing in logo, corporate identity and marketing. Email artinconceptmedia@gmail.com

ASSISTANT

Frum male lifeguards looking for job.Please call (845)499-8531

Sep, 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

DAY CARE Slot available for full time day care, Decatur Ave. Please call Ratzy Weinberger 845-425-3782

BABYSITTER Available on Francis Place. Please Call: 845-352-1016

LIFEGUARDS AVAILABLE

EARN DEGREE in a heimish/hashkafa environment ** financial aid ** variety of degree plans ** highly endorsed. For a full brochure fax/ email to :tdeinstitute@gmail.com

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

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

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

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


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ALTERATIONS

LONDON TICKETS

BOOKKEEPER

Last minute camp alterations? Not to worry. Bluefield Francis area 352 7201

cheap tickets to london $875 academy $1800 business class anytime during year call 845837-0910

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

PRODUCTIONS

VACUUM CLEANER

Attention day camp directors: Create everlasting memories with a professional slide show. Reasonable price. Call 845 6593367

For a free demonstration on the best vacuum cleaner in the market, and what it can do for you , please call 347 766 1494

ORGANIZE

JERUSALEM AUTO

Cheapest Rate- ProfessionalSatisfaction Guaranteed. Call now 845-659-2527

We do it all, auto repair, collision, free diagnostic, all in one place 8453522292

LIFE COACH Organize & clarify your goals, uncover your capabilities, overcome emotional obstacles, be effective with children & others 845-579-5445

HEMS Basic alterations. Call 596-3140

GRAPHIC and design for the lowest price and greatest service!Call/text:845538-3648

POWERWASHING! 845 642 0572

PARTY FAVORS peklach, hostess packages Creative Custom designed. Candy Wrapper 845-445-8288 /845362-0283

HANDYMAN Any job, big or small! Repairs, renovations, installations. 845642-0572 862-505-9546

LASER IS NOW A POSITIVE, PAINFREE EXPERIENCE.

BOOK BINDING ‫מיר נעמען אן צו בינדען אייערע ספרים און‬ ,‫ גוטע פרייזען‬,‫ פונקטליכע ארבעט‬,‫ביכער‬ 845-232-0813

TABLECLOTHS Nappe & Cloe tablecloth rental. New SS16 arrivals Zissy Goldman 347.782.9121

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

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

MAINTENANCE Looking for someone to do maintenance in your camp or bungalow colony? Call 443-4682518

BASIC ALTERATIONS Call 596-3140

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

APPLIANCE REPAIR Hatzlocha appliance repair Reasonable Prices coll now 845243-0636

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

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

FREE SHOES Get free shoes for the wholel Fam. Please call for details. M. Weill. 845-362-8396. or 845263-0222

CUSTOM SHEDS We can build a custom shed, or assemble a pre-fabbed one for a good price! Call 443-468-2518

MOONWALK Great for playgroup, carnival, or family funday. For young children. $30/day. Call 356-3142 Proceeds to Tzedaka.

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 CAMP GIRLS

LIFEGUARD

CHILDBIRTH

Fun and exciting opportunity! To sell creatix postcards + new products in your camp call 845422-2679

Available at your pool, call 845422-5516

Every yiddishe mamma deserves to birth with serenity.A very comprehensive childbirth course by phone. Q&A weekly.call; 2630313

FASCINATE

Sound equipment rentals for all occasions, speakers, microphones, mixers and more please call 845263-0460

JOBS

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

SUPREME SOUND best prices on speakers mixers sub-woofers mics stands and more please call (845)578-5657

SERVICES

PULL-UPS Diapers Get your pull-ups/diapers covered by insurance for ages 3+. Call/text 845-709-3192.

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

GEMACHIM

BALLOONS Bates drive. We carry all kinds of balloons including chosson & kallah balloons. 845-608-1806

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

MISC.

Exclusive Tichlech in all different colors and styles. Hurry to get the latest and cheapest. For hours Call 347-693-6519

BINDING TAPE

LOST & FOUND

HEATED POOL

Cheapest in monsey! (Shurtape) We also carry 1-1/2” Call today845-422-5516. If no answer, Lv msg.

RESUME Call the incredible, experienced RESUME expert and get a resume that will distinguish you amongst the rest. 917-500-6018

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KOSHER CELL $20 monthly plan unlimited international to 11 countries! Text/call 845-538-6770

DRIVER

for rent in the Chestnut Ridge neighborhood – please call # 845 570 0508”

Looking for a steady driver for a few weeks. Call: 8452630132

SHEIMOS

YIDDISH WRITER

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

‫ מיט אסאך יארן‬,‫כותב עורך ומגיה‬ ‫ וויליג אנצונעמען ארבייט פאר‬,‫עקספיריענס‬ :‫ אדער א מוסד‬,‫א מכון להוצאת ספרים‬ 845.608.0393

DRIVER

CELLPHONES

Looking for someone that goes from Monsey to Lakewood every Friday to take a few packages. 845-325-3781

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

HEIMESHE DRIVER A heimeshe yungerman with a brand new mini van is available for all your long distance trips. Great pricing! Call 917.586.7115

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CAR SERVICE Long distance trips brand new minivan anywhere anytime very reliable always on time call yanky 845-558-2697

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

HANDYMAN Installations,Repairs, Odd Jobs Dovid Denberg 845-200-1326

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

MESS BUSTERS I will organize your mess (offices, playrooms, packing and unpacking) 917-500-6018

BAAL SHEM Magid of Mazerich The Villednik Anipolie Uman In a beautiful mehadrin Jewish motels at low cost 845-213-0602

DEBT? Debt Collectors sending letters or calling you? You may be entitled to compensation. Contact Attorney Kieffer at kiefferlawoffice@aol.com or (845) 300-1843.

MASSAGE Will come down to your pool for an amazing and healing experience. 371-1963 leave message

SWIMMING Follman’s pool is now open. Come & enjoy ! 845.426.6507


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LABELS

TUTOR

OPPORTUNITY

Brother hebrew/ english label machine. great for camp. waterproof labels. please call ((845)354-1346

If your son needs someone who will understand him and bring him to his potential please call 845-641-0285

Small morning group now forming for summer. Your 7th – 8th grader will gain clarity in learning through enriched program! 845.352.6947

BOOKKEEPING

TUTOR

QuickBooks Specialist - Need someone to help post, reconcile, run reports & more?Call 201376-4378 or email bookkeeping@ shucht.com

Tutor Available for your elementary school child for Limudei Kodesh and Limudei Chol. Please Call: 845-352-1016

TUTOR Available for your elementary school child for Limudei Kodesh and Limudei Chol. Please Call: 845-352-1016

TUTOR All subjects. (Special ed experience.) Great price, flexible hours and possible transportation. Brewer neighborhood. Call 845-290-5535.

AUTISM chasiddishe yungerman professionally trained in Son-rise program, helps children connect with world around them. 845274-3244.

TUTOR Available for Limudei Kodesh or English studies. Warm and caring.Flexible hours. Call Mrs Szydlow 845-5216886

ALGEBRA TUTOR Common Core algebra tutor available 845 659 8263

INNER PEACE Free yourself from anxiety, deppression etc. w/ “Will Training” Call/txt. now (845)2882639

RELATIONSHIPS Enhance your relationships and improve your life using Dr. Low’s self help method. Call (516) 5122610

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

TEACHER GULY Teacher Guly’s little pre-school. Do you want to feel confident that your child is getting tender love and care, with stimulation and ‫ ?געשמאק‬We are here to give you and your child all this + more! Reg. Now open for Sept. 16/17 to our girls: nursery/pre-nursery, play group, toddler group. Nursery/pre-nursery call teacher Frady Spira 845-587-4111

SUMMER PLAYGROUP now forming for 2-3 year old kids- Francis/ Zeisner area. Call 718-435-4425.

PLAYGROUP Great summer playgroup has a few slots left. Call: Tzivia Rosenfeld (Gelbman) 845-5874593

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

H.S. GIRLS join our exciting summer afterwork trips! Create your own group, or join others. Please call: 347-452-4816

BABYSITTER Eighth grader looking to work as a babysitter, mother’s helper, or help out in a camp for the summer. (845)-290-5405

BABYSITTER Available for the summer months. Located in Victoria Gardens small group. call 845517-0352

BABYSITTER that is accepting now and for the summer is available in Monsey with great references. Please text 516 637 1202

OVERNIGHT previous play group teacher available to babysit over nightlong term in a warm caring home 845-499-1039

BABYSITTER Warm and devoted babysitter available for dropins, sundays, evenings and overnight. located in the West Central and Adar ct area. call or text 845-659-4286.

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

BABYSITTER

KAMP KIDDIES

Available on Francis Place. Please Call: 845-352-1016

Warm small day camp for 4-5 year old girls in Wesley Hills area. Lunch is served $650 full summer Call or text: Chumie @ 845 671 2166 Sara Rivky @ 845 598 8592

Looking for a babysitter in my house from 2:30-5:00(girl or lady) good pay.call 845-608-6939 and leave a message.

TINY TIKES

ENGLISH LESSONS

This camp makes me awesome!!! Backyard daycamp for 3-5 years old. Hot lunches! Old Nyack area. Call/Text 845-263-5317

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

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FOR SALE FOR RENT

THE TENNIS LESSONS

PIANO LESSONS

L WASH N SETS

Have a blast & get in shape! Male instructor w/exp. & many happy references $70/hr. Call/text 319343-6272

by Miriam Unger. Only $25, 45 min a lesson Please call: 426-7382

located in Forshay Wash ‘n Sets: $25 Falls: $20 Call or text: (410)960-4427.

VOICE LESSONS

Develop your/your son/ daughter’s musical talent this summer! Teacher of 30 yrs exp. 558-1682. Mrs. Friedman

‫ היימישע‬Voice lessons. 845-377-3389

JOBS

PIANO LESSONS Learn how to play the piano by notes and by ear! For beginners and advanced. Please call Mrs. Gruner 845-459-7240

SERVICES

GUITAR LESSONS

GEMACHIM MISC. LOST & FOUND

PHYLLIS/ASHEL have your hair professionally done at a great price, call now (845) 578-1939

SWIMMING LESSONS

SCIENCE CLASS

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

Hands on summer program for boys ages 9-11 Electromagnets, rocket launching & more. Mon & wed afternoon 845 570 7386

HAIR COURSES

CROCHETING COURSE

WATER AEROBICS

Sign up for our popular crochet classes in the summer! Girls beginner, 4th - 6th grade* Girls intermediate Women beginner .*845-425-3211

Lose weight and have fun doing it. Few slots left. Airmont area. Call 845-425-9234

CROCHETING GROUP

BEGINNER

Join the “Hook Nook”, a fun crocheting group for women (not a course). Make your own project. Mornings/Nights. 845-425-3211

drum lessons for women and girls. My home or yours. Please call: 845 608 9895

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

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

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be a part of our many happy customers: haircuts $10, wash&sets $20-25, styling $20, call 354-2539

SEWING COURSES

Learn to style your own hair/ shaitels or for others. One-on-one or group lessons. 845 608 9895

for Boys by Experience Lifeguard Yiddish speaking Call/text 845659-2050

HAIR / WIGS

Complete Sewing workshop Now offering basic and advanced courses! B. Moskowitz 845-5216025

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

SWIMMING LESSONS

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GUITAR LESSONS

HAIR To have your hair professionally done at a great price, call now (845) 578-1939.

COSMETICS

HAIR DESIGN Wash n sets, cuts, blows,Hair courses, available-learn to style your own/others hair /shaitels! 845 608 9895

HAIRSTYLIST Sharp cuts, Blows and hairstyles for that special event. Call 646627-1808 or 371-1963

SHEITELS and hair - cuts and styling. Park Ave/South Monsey area. Great rates. 845-538-6316

MAKEUP ARTIST Makeup by Esther For any occasion Including weddings & graduations!! ONLY $30 PER FACE!! 845-642-2370

INNATE HEALTH Experience the transformational power of the 3 principles. For more info please call 845 459 0480.

Misc. HAFROSHAS CHALLAH

Now in monsey with a full line of long lasting! Look great feel great! Call/text 443-835-5481

Custom challah dough made according to your taste, diet and schedule. Perfect for group hafroshas. call 845-538-9332

HAIRCUTTING

CHALLAH

and styling! Many happy customers. Located on Lenore. Call E. Itzkowitz 845-371-8310

Rivky’s Custom Challah Dough Made to your needsLast minute orders accepted 845-369-3755


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REFLEXOLOGY

ROOF-CARRIER GEMACH

Struggling with endless nights of insomnia? With reflexology you will feel relaxed and restore sleep bez”h. References available. Certified. Call/text 347-460-1512.

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

NIAGARA TOUR

Call 352-3628

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

HOT-PLATE GMACH

Lost & Found FOUND

INVESTOR/PARTNER

Found tri color children’s bracelet, Shvuous on Sunrise Please call 845-425-2490

Looking to invest in small business as partner call 347-4336329 with proposals

FOUND

SHUL FURNISHINGS

found gold watch in park. Call:845-425-5683

new shul opening looking for shul furniture tables chairs etc for donations please call 7188134711

FOUND

SHAIMOS?

A car key on Grove st. 845-7093456

If you are putting seforim into shaimos I could take your seforim and put it to good use and you won’t have to pay! Call/text 4436337316 for details.

FOUND

MANUFACTURING We want to manufacture a few items in China. If you have experience, call us at 845-6947341

TELECONFRENCE 4-part-series teleconference on Mitzvas Habayis in Yiddish. $200 Please text;845-637-6049

CHAVRUSA Love your learning! Many years exp. learning geshmak w/Balei Batim, Bochurim & Boys Call (319)3GE-MARA

Gemachim PHONE GEMACH Have an emergency? We will lend you a cell phone free of charge for as long as necessary. Call: (845) 274- 1492

Found cash on the refuah shuttle last week. Call 354-5124

Free Giveaways ENFAMIL Do you have extra Enfamil formula to give away? Please Call 845 213-8684.

WOOL CARPET Burgundy with gold design 15 ft x 20 ft, freshly steam cleaned very good condition, used for dining room 845-354-9273 or 845-3620584

FARMERS MARKET checks to give away Please call 845-426-2490 Tizku L’Mitzvos

FREE GIVEAWAY

Classified ads are free for our readers, as long as the following criteria are met. 1. Classified ads must be emailed or texted to classifieds@themonseyview.com - in the body of the email, not as an attachment. 2. Include two words for the heading and a maximum of twenty words for the body. 3. The entire body of the ad should be written in one paragraph. Do not “enter” between sentences. 4. Use standard text only – no all caps. 5. Check for proper spelling and grammar before submitting. 6. Do not fax any free classifieds. A CLASSIFIED AD THAT DOESN’T MEET THE ABOVE CONDITIONS WILL BE AUTOMATICALLY REJECTED. The Monsey View reserves the right to omit any free classifieds. * * * * * We do not give confirmations for free classified ads. * * * * * Classified ad deadline is Monday at 12:00 pm. No exceptions. * * * * * For inquiries about PAID classifieds, feel free to contact The Monsey View.

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Parmanand Mana,

VP, Branch Manager and Business Development Officer (845) 356-5300

Greg Monteith,

EVP, Chief Lending Officer (845) 634-7200 x5901

Raymond Francis,

VP, Commercial Lending Officer (845) 634-7200 x5905

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