We request that all those who use our Shul be up to date with their measles vaccinations. If you have not been vaccinated, please take care of that prior to coming into Shul. Anyone who has contracted measles should refrain from coming to Shul for 3 weeks as mandated by the local Health Department.
There will be a 3:30 PM Mincha on Friday, December 7th, for all who wish to daven Mincha before lighting Chanukah licht.
Mazel Tov to
Sara and Rabbi Yoseif Yechiel Gruenebaum on the Brissim of their grandchildren, Moshe Yonah, Elchanan Tzvi and Yerachmiel Gruenebaum.
Shira and Rabbi Yonah Lazar on the Bris of their grandson, Tzvi Lowenthal.
Sheila and Sheldon Schneider on the Bar Mitzvah of their grandson, Moshe Noach Avraham Atik.
Sara and Marty Shapiro on the birth of a great-granddaughter, Sora Emuna Schultz, born to their grandchildren, Penina and Yoni Schultz.
Anyone wishing to sponsor a Shalosh Seudos should speak to Leonard Mann, Rob Goldfarb or Gerald From.
Avos U'Banim this week is sponsored anonymously l'zecher nishmas Menachem ben Avraham.
Anyone wishing to sponsor an evening of Avos U'Banim should check the sign in sheet on the bulletin board or speak to Yaakov Grunstein or Leonard Mann.
In an effort to improve security, starting this Sunday, the front door will be locked with a new combination that you will need to know to get in. More details to be announced Shabbos morning.
The 8 AM Shachris Minyan needs a Baal Koreh. If you are interested, please speak to Gerald From or Leonard Mann.
Thirty Ninth Annual Dinner
We are pleased to announce our Thirty Ninth Annual Dinner on May 19th. We will be honoring those who inspire us.
Presently, we are gearing up for the refurbishing of the Shul: a new floor, new chairs and new lighting. Please contribute to the best of your ability.
All who pledged money to the refurbishment effort during the Yizkor appeal are requested to confirm that your pledge was recorded correctly.