Rachel and Howard Goldring on the Bar Mitzvah of their grandson, Gavi Goldring.
Esther and Yankel Hauptman on the birth of their granddaughter, Rochel Silverstein in Israel.
Goldie and Yosef Dov Levi on the birth of a son. The Shalom Zachor will be, IY”H, on Friday night May 12, 2017 at 9:30 at 21 Edison Court, Apartment C. The Bris will take place, IY”H, on Shabbos at Khal Adas Yeshurun on 2 Dover Terrace; Davening will be at 8:30 AM, the Bris at 10:50 AM with a Kiddush to follow.
Anat and Yaacov Mizrachi on Meir's forthcoming wedding to Yael Benji.
Haircuts can be taken Friday, May12th, the Erev Shabbos prior to Lag B'Omer.
Annual Lag B'Omer Party
The annual Lag B'Omer party will be on Sunday, May 14th at the Shul from 5 PM to 8 PM. If you would like to sponsor any part of the event, please contact Yaakov Grunstein.
We would like to have a kiddush to honor all those in our Shul and our families, who are completing a course of study from Pre-K to Graduate School. The kiddush will take place, if it is adequately supported, on June 10th.
Yom Yerushalayim - Evening of Learning
There will be an evening of learning on Tuesday, May 16th at 8 PM at Ashar, 360 New Hempstead Road, New City, NY 10956, in celebration of Yom Yerushalayim. The guest speaker will be Dr. Jacob J. Schacter, whose topic will be “The Reunification of Yerushalayim Fifty Years Later:History, Theology and Liturgy”. There will be Mincha prior to the event at 7:40PM and Maariv to follow it.
There will be Yom Iyun for women and men at Community Synagogue on Sunday May 21, from 9:15 AM – 12 PM. Dr. Michelle Levine will be speaking on “The Nexus between Torah and Creation” and Elana Flaumenhaft will be speaking on “RX: Fall Seven Times and Then Get Up: A Comparison of the Kingships of Shaul and Dovid”. Light refreshments will be served. A donation can be made to Yad Sarah in lieu of admission fee.
Seforim Library Dedications
We've acquired several new Seforim for our Library. Anyone interested in dedicating a Sefer should check the list on the bulletin board and speak to Leonard Mann.