10/15, Hoshanah Rabbah
remember to make Eruv Tavshilin
Atzeret Oneg beginning at 9:15pm at the home of Ilana and Carey
Schreiber - regardless of weather, please join us for Divrei Torah,
singing, food, drink and a great time with friends
10/16, Shemini Atzeret
Minyan: 9:00am in SH with Bnei Akiva
- T'fillat Geshem/Prayer for Rain: Beginning with Mussaf begin to say
"Mashiv haruach umorid hageshem"
10/17, Simchat Torah
Minyan: 8:30am with Teens and Bnei Akiva
Hanearim: appx. 11:15am
9:00am with Teens and Bnei Akiva
10/19 - Fri 10/24
(Rosh Chodesh I): 6:26*/7:00/7:30/8:00am
Maariv (Mon-Thu): 9:00pm
Minchat Chinuch Class
Talmud Class - Rabbi Abish Zelishovsky of Bais Medrash Gavoha of
Hashavua - Rabbi Reuven Fink - Will resume on October 27th.
Taanit Class: 8:00pm
Daf Yomi Shiurim
Sun. 10/19 - Fri. 10/24
5:30am & 8:10pm
5:40am & 8:10pm
5:40am & 8:10pm
5:35am & after 9:00pm Maariv
6:55am and 1 hour before Mincha
New Members to YINR! Women's League's Hospitality Committee
plays an important role in helping to ensure that newcomers to our
community feel welcome and have a smooth transition.
Please email the shul
Hospitality Committee if you:
need a Shabbat or Yom Tov
would like to host new
members for a Shabbat
have any ideas as to how we
better serve guests and
know of new families who
are visiting the
NewRoShul Yahoo Group is a mailing list serving Jewish families in
the New Rochelle vicinity. Topics of discussion involve childcare, service
providers (electricians, gardeners, plumbers, doctors, etc.), items
for sale/to give away, and much more. Men and women welcome.
Please click here to join.
If you have any questions, please contact Tamar Weinberg.
see modified Yom Tov/Shabbat Group information in the Youth Section
contact the shul
office if you are aware of any employment possibilities that can be
promoted to our members
you are interested in sponsoring a future edition of this newsletter.
us your news
information that you want included in the weekly email must be sent
into the shul office at email@example.com VIA EMAIL ONLY by
10:00am Thursday morning to ensure inclusion in that week's email
announcements. Thanks for your cooperation.
Mazal Tov to
this year's Simchat Torah Chatanim:
Rabbi Mat Hoffman
Bereshit: Dr. Gary Berger
Dr. Aharon Moshe Roth
Hanearim: Lawrence Burian
Mazal Tov to
Laura and Harold Dworetsky on the birth of a
granddaughter, Avigayil Rose, born to their children,
Shira and Donny Greenberg of West Hempstead.
Mazal Tov to
Rachel and David Fischer on the birth of a son. The Shalom
Zachor will take place Friday, October 17 at 8:30pm at their home,
151 Bon Air Avenue. The bris will take place on Tuesday,
October 21 following the 7:30am minyan at YINR.
To send a
tribute card from YINR in honor of the Chatanim, these smachot, or
any other reason, please click here.
condolences to Marcos Douer on the passing of his beloved sister,
Frida Harari. Shiva will take place in Brazil after Yom Tov
To send a
tribute card from YINR in memory of Frida Harari, please click here.
condolences to Lisa Solinga on the passing of her beloved mother,
Barbara Balsam. Shiva will be observed at the Solinga home,
44 Rose Hill Avenue, on Sunday through Tuesday (October 19-21) from
3:00pm to 7:00pm each day.
To send a
tribute card from YINR in memory of Barbara Balsam, please click here.
condolences to Elana Tepler on the passing of her beloved mother,
Marilyn Berliner. Shiva information will be sent out
To send a
tribute card from YINR in memory of Marilyn Berliner, please click here.
Thank you to
the following families for sponsoring this week's Tomchei Shabbos:
Devorah and Mel
Bleiberg in commemoration of the yahrzeit of Devorah's mother,
Ira Burstein in commemoration of the yahrzeit of Ira's father,
Aaron Eidelman in commemoration of the yahrzeit of Sherry's mother,
delighted to welcome to our community Sarena and Paul
Townsend, who moved in on Old Orchard Road.
Bnei Akiva Simchaton. Welcome to the 150 high school juniors and staff
who are joining us from across the country for Bnei Akiva's
Simchaton. We look forward to davening, singing and dancing
with you at our Hakafot and hope you enjoy your stay in New
Rochelle. Thank you to the 35 YINR families who have opened their
homes to host our guests and to our many sponsors (a full list will
be printed next week). If you are still interested in
sponsoring this exciting event, please contact Judy Friedman, Deborah Landesman , or the YINR office.
Rochelle and Ken Sherman wish to thank Rabbi Reuven
and Abby Fink, Women's League, the Shiva Committee and the entire
New Rochelle community for their outpouring of support and kindness
following the loss of Ken's beloved mother, Frances Sherman.
The shul succah is available for members' personal use.
Reservations are not necessary. Please clean up after use.
Safety Alert. Stoves and ovens being left on over Yom Tov cause
carbon monoxide build up. If you need to leave your stove or oven
on over Yom Tov and Shabbat, it is extremely important that the
area is properly ventilated. Please be sure to turn on an
exhaust fan and/or open the kitchen windows slightly to avoid
buildup of carbon monoxide fumes. In addition, it is very
important to install carbon monoxide detectors in your homes.
Yizkor Appeal. This year's
Shemini Atzeret Yizkor appeal will benefit Rabbi Fink's charity
fund. To make a pledge, please click here.
Shemini Atzeret Oneg. Join YINR friends on Shemini Atzeret,
Wednesday, October 15 at 9:15pm for one last fun evening in the
succah complete with Divrei Torah, singing, hot food and drink.
Tonight's Shemini Atzeret oneg will take place regardless of weather (rain or no rain). The oneg will
be hosted by Ilana and Carey Schreiber in their succah, 75 Seacord
A FEW CAPTAIN SPOTS LEFT FOR PANOPLY 12.13.14!
Which Jewish member of KISS taught sixth grade on the Upper West
There is still
room at the table for you!
In order to
organize tables, it is imperative that we get registration
information from everyone who plans to play. Whether or not
you have already been recruited, you must register for Panoply in
order to participate.
registration and information: www.YINR.org/panoply.php.
Registration is on a first-come, first served basis through
November 24. Space is limited.
covers challenging and fun questions on a broad range of
topics, in a variety of formats - Geography, Literature, Torah,
History (World, American and Jewish), Sports, Art, Pop Culture and
much, much more! For any questions, email us: YINR.Panoply@gmail.com.
Ruach. The next Ruach
will take place in November. If you would like to sponsor
Ruach in honor or in memory of someone, please contact Vera Koppel. Ruach wishes everyone a Chag
Women's League's Hospitality Committee Needs Hosts. We are looking for hosts for prospective and newly
arrived families for Shabbat housing and meals. Please email Mickey Nyer if we can add you to our list of
Tot Hakafot. All
nursery and kindergarten families are invited to join YINR Youth on
Thursday, October 16 from 5:00pm - 6:00pm for a light dairy dinner
Babysitting. There will be no babysitting on Shemini Atzeret and
Simchat Torah. Babysitting will resume on Shabbat at 9:00am
to 10:30am in MP3/4.
Youth Groups. There
will be modified groups on Shemini Atzeret and Shabbat. There
will be no groups on Simchat Torah. Groups on Shemini Atzeret
and Shabbat are as follows:
Congregation groups for 1st-4th graders starting at 9:30am in MP2.
There will be one combined Nursery/Kindergarten group being
held in MP3/4 starting at the normal time of 10:30am.
Teen Minyan. There
will be no Teen Minyan over the last days of Succot and Shabbat.
The schedule for davening for YINR teens is as follows:
Shemini Atzeret: Joining Bnei
Akiva in the SH at 9:00am
Simchat Torah: Joining the Main
Minyan and Bnei Akiva at
Shabbat: Joining the Main
Minyan and Bnei Akiva at 9:00am
Petting Zoo. The Youth Department will host a petting zoo and pony
rides adventure at YINR on Sunday, October 19 from 2:30 to 4:00pm
in honor of Parshat Noach. The fee is $10 per child. We
look forward to seeing you there.
your email for further details.
SAR Academy Open House. SAR Academy will be having an Open House on Tuesday,
October 28 from 7:00pm until 9:30pm. To register please click here. If
you have any questions please call 718-548-1717 x1206.
Westchester Torah Academy Open House. WTA will be having an Open House on Wednesday,
October 29 at 8:00pm. Explore our warm and nurturing
environment that inspires each student's academic, religious, and
social growth. Learn about our unique and individualized
educational model. Discover a community that embodies ahavat
Torah, ahavat Yisrael, and derech eretz. RSVP or visit westchesterta.org to pre-register.