Everything Emanuel January

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Vol. 90, No. 3
Emanuel
January/February 2015 • Tevet/Sh’vat/Adar 5775
FROM THE RABBI
Save the Date!
Lessons from Jacob and Esau’s
World Premiere
T
u Bishvat is the New Year of the
Trees in the Jewish calendar. The
almond tree is the emblematic tree of
this special day. What sets the shkediah or almond tree apart is its inherent
optimism.
The almond tree sends forth its white blooms in the
heart of winter. The opposite of the ‘late bloomer,” this
“early bloomer” is a leader in restoring life to the sleeping
winter land.
This winter I am feeling a surge of hopefulness and joy
as I have witnessed the continuing blooms of vitality in our
Emanuel Family. I am encouraged by many “blooms” that
foretell the continuing renewal of our kehillah.
One of the most encouraging of these “shkediah
moments” was the Jacob and Esau production written by
Ben Engel and performed and produced by a fantastic
team of Emanuel members and partners from around our
Greater Hartford Jewish community. The production was
attended by nearly four hundred people from all around
the community and was very enthusiastically received.
The most important aspects of this production as signs
of vitality and renewal: 1) Grass Roots — it was a “grass
roots” effort, supported and encouraged but almost entirely
brought about by the efforts of lay leaders. 2) SynagogueBased — It emanated from the synagogue rather than from
outside agencies. It engaged an inspired band of synagogue
members from Emanuel and other congregations. 3)
Excellence — It was excellent; the production values, the
text and the performances were of very high quality. While
many of us came to cheer on friends and loved ones who
were part of the production, the work stands on its own
merits. 4) Arts and Culture — The play is an expression
of Jewish arts and culture, an important part of being
Jewish. 5) Jewish Thought — The book posed profound
philosophical, ethical and spiritual questions; this Judaism
for grown-ups is a key to growing the engagement of
our adult members and provides a level of challenge and
sophistication that I find inspiring. 6) Building Community
— Finally, Jacob and Esau was a community builder; it
drew an audience from many corners of Jewish Greater
Hartford, all coming together to learn, enjoy and be
Our Director of Education,
Judith T. Fox, will be retiring in June
after more than 20 years of service to
our religious school.
Please join us on Sunday, May 3rd
from 4:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m.
We will wish Judye well in her future
adventures with a fun, family-friendly
event. Event details and tribute
opportunities will be coming soon.
For more information or if you want
to help us prepare for this fun event,
contact Francene Weingast at
[email protected]
or (860) 236-1275.
challenged under the roof of the Emanuel Synagogue. This
is a key mission of The Emanuel, to bring people together
in a setting of friendship and acceptance to grow and
embrace the joy and challenge of Jewish life together.
I am inspired by the phenomenon of Jacob and Esau!
Kudos to Ben Engel and the entire Jacob and Esau production team! I invite every caring member of our Emanuel
Family to think about ways to further the dynamic revival
of our Congregation. Please step forward and engage in
the conversation and follow dialogue with action.
— David J. Small
Inside This Issue…
Community of Prayer................................................. 2
Community of Learning............................................ 6
Sisterhood................................................................... 8
Community of Caring.............................................. 10
Community of Action.............................................. 12
Brotherhood............................................................. 14
Donations................................................................. 15
Service Times/Calendar of Events.....................19-20
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Community of
PARTICIPATORY PRAYER / Tefilah
PRESIDENT’S MESSAGE:
On Turning 96… by Ira Henowitz
A
Bring your Friends
to The Emanuel
Invite your unaffiliated
friends to meet us and
experience
The Emanuel
community. If they
try us, we think they
fter a wonderful year of rejoicing in our
Synagogue’s 95th anniversary, it’s now time to
recognize that 2015 marks The Emanuel’s 96th year
as a thriving center of Jewish life in Metro Hartford.
We embark on our kehilla’s 96th year with a renewed spirit as a leading, energized, purpose-driven
and sustainable congregation. I want to thank everyone in our Emanuel
family for helping and supporting our mission. Your participation and support is vital as we build an ever stronger, multi-generational, egalitarian
sacred community for the next 96 years. I wish you a happy and healthy
2015 and a year filled with many blessings for our 96-year-young Emanuel
Synagogue community.
will stay.
Here is what we offer:
• Engaging &
Approachable Clergy
• Diverse Community
• Fabulous Religious
School
• Singing Together
in Services
• Commitment to
Social Justice
Open an Endowment Fund with as little as $1,000!
For more information, please contact Myra Emrick,
Synagogue Administrator, at The Emanuel Synagogue
office at (860) 236-1275.
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David J. Small......................................Rabbi...... [email protected] 115
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The Emanuel Synagogue is affiliated with The United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism.
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Adult Education News
NOTES FROM THE CANTOR — A VIEW
FROM THE OTHER SIDE, PART 2
Adult Education classes:
by Hazzan Sanford Cohn
Thursday Afternoon Study Group
Starting January 8, 2015
The Book of Esther: Facilitator: Judith T. Fox. The class
will meet on Thursday afternoons from 3:45-4:30 p.m. beginning January 8, 2015.
The Book of Esther is different from all other books in
the Bible. Here is a chance to learn all the parts they
skipped in Hebrew School. For more information,
please call Judith Fox at 860-233-2774 or email [email protected]
emanuelsynagogue.org.
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bout 13thirteen and a half years
ago, I wrote in this column what
it felt like to be a Bar/Bat Mitzvah parent for the first time after many years
of teaching and guiding families as our
own daughter Shoshana prepared for
her step into Jewish adulthood.
In November, our family experienced profound grief and loss for the
first time as we mourned the passing of my beloved fatherin-law, Eugene Polebaum, z”l. After many years of practicing kavod ha-met (honoring the dead) at funeral services
and comforting mourners at shiva and beyond, I found
myself in the dual role of mourner and clergy for Gene’s
service. As one might expect, it was a very difficult — yet
incredibly meaningful — experience to run the service for
this cherished member of my family. The eulogies and
expressions of love and respect were delivered by his three
children and the full ensemble of his 10 grandchildren
and spouses. When I chanted the same Psalms that I do at
most funeral services, they took on a deeper dimension as
I thought of this man who had been a part of my life for
35 years.
Lunch and Learn with Rabbi Lazowski
Starting January 13, 2015
Psalms: Facilitator: Rabbi Philip Lazowski. Lunch and Learn
in Hartford on Tuesday afternoons from 12:00-1:00 p.m. from
January 13, 2015-February 3, 2015.
The class will meet at the offices of Laz Parking, 15 Lewis
Street, 5th floor, Hartford. Free lunch & free parking. For
more info at 860-522-7641, ext. 714 and speak to Kevin.
He can also provide parking instructions
Location: 15 Lewis Street, 5th floor, Hartford
Ongoing classes:
Adult Bar/Bat Mitzvah Class
Facilitator: Judith T. Fox. The class will meet on Monday evenings from 7:30-8:15 p.m. beginning October 17, 2014.
Adult Bar/Bat Mitzvah is a two-year course of study
that includes Hebrew reading (beginners are welcome),
trope, Torah study, the structure of the service and other
aspects of Jewish knowledge. The entire professional staff
participates. For more information, please call Judith Fox
at 860-233-2774 or email [email protected]
At the gravesite, I more fully understood why our tradition dictates that the loved ones fill in the grave. As painful
as it is to participate in this important mitzvah, it helps us to
begin to accept the finality that a part of us wants to deny.
After two days of shiva in Boca Raton, where my inlaws have made their home for 36 years, Beth, her mother
and I observed a day of shiva in our home in West Hartford. Even though the weather prohibited some people
from coming, we felt well supported and comforted by the
outpouring of people and food from our Emanuel community. Rabbi Small led a beautiful ma’ariv service that was
a fitting tribute to Gene, and Beth spoke about her father
and his legacy of love and suppport.
Natalie Ziplow Study Group
Facilitator: Rabbi David Small. This series meets on Thursday
mornings from 10:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m. in the Chapel Lobby.
A Sisterhood study group which includes text study, current
events and lively discussion.
While officiating at funerals and shiva observances for
family members of congregants, it is all too easy to take a
distant view of the experience and think, “Well, this is all
part of the process of life.” But when that loss is personal,
one’s thoughts are on the individual who has left a void in
our lives. We try to pick up the pieces of our shattered lives
and slowly, cautiously move on.
For more information, please or to register call Judith Fox at
860-233-2774 or email [email protected]
Remember to Remember
You may purchase a suitable Memorial
Plaque or Yahrzeit Plaque to memorialize
a loved one.
Contact The Emanuel Synagogue Office at
(860) 236-1275 for more information.
Thank you to the Emanuel family for all of your support and comfort during this painful time. Future expressions of sympathy may take the form of donations to the
synagogue’s Music Fund in order to hold a concert in
Gene’s memory in the fall of 2015.
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Community of
LEARNING / Talmud Torah
SCHOOL NEWS
by Judith T. Fox, Director of Education
W
e have introduced and
enhanced several Shabbat
mooring experiences for children
this year:
• ChallahPalooza for preschoolers
and their families meets at 11:00 a.m.
in the Early Childhood Center once
each month. Challahpalooza is an interactive Shabbat playtime featuring
songs, stories and Shabbat games.
• MiniMinyan for grades K-2 meets
once each month in the chapel at
10:30 a.m. with Debbie Mehlman.
The service, designed for young children, features songs and stories.
• Kidz Shabbat Club for grades 3-5
meets at 10:30 a.m. in the Chapel
as scheduled. Facilitated by Karen
Schlossberg the service is led by the
children and includes a Shabbat story
and Torah discussion.
• Torah Club meets in the Chapel at
10:00 a.m. with Philip Gibbs. Children in grades 3-5 learn to read a sentence from the Torah and then read it
from a Torah scroll at a special Torah
service.
• B’nai Mitzvah Club for grades 6
and 7 meets every Shabbat at 10:00
a.m. in the Sanctuary when school is
in session with Philip Gibbs or Alina
Bricklin Goldstein and aides Esther
Schlossberg and Ilan Small.
• The Shabbat Experience meets
monthly giving students in grades
K-7 the choice of prayer and study
activities on Shabbat morning or
school on Sunday morning.
Family Services in January/February:
January 10, 17 and February 28: 10:30 – Chapel – Kidz Shabbat Club
with Karen Schlossberg for grades 3-5
January 31 and February 21 – 10:30 – Chapel – MiniMinyan with Debbie
Mehlman for grades K-2
February 7, 21 and 28 – 10:00 – Chapel – Torah Club with Philip Gibbs
for grades 3-5
January 10 and February 7 – 11:00 – Challahpalooza! – An interactive
Shabbat playtime for Preschoolers featuring songs, stories, and Shabbat
games – Early Childhood Center with Barbara Fink
Family Programs in January/February:
January 11, 2015 – Grade 6 & 7 Parents and children – Confronting
Anti-Semitism with Heather Fiedler and Rabbi Small
February 1, 2015 – Grade 6&7 Parents and children – World Wide Wrap
February 22, 2015 – Grade 3 Parents and children meet for a special
program to design covers for the siddurim the children will receive on
March 21, 2015.
The Shabbat Experience
Saturday, January 24 from 9:45 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
Religious school families, please choose:
Come Saturday for a morning of prayer and study including age–
appropriate activities for grades PreK-7,
A Children’s Service, and Special Kiddush
Or
Come for regular religious school classes on
Sunday, January 25, 2015
Or
Come on both Saturday and Sunday
Day School families are invited to join us on Shabbat morning.
Please return this form to the school office by Wednesday, 1/21/2015 or email
[email protected] and let us know your family’s choices:
My child(ren):
Child’s Name
grade
teacher
Child’s Name
grade
teacher
Child’s Name
grade
teacher
will attend on Saturday, January 24, 2015 from 9:45 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
will attend on Sunday, January 25, 2015 from 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
will attend on both Saturday and Sunday
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News from the Library
News from the Sisterhood
by Beth Katten
by Bonnie Lasker
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O
hope that everyone had a wonderful Chanukah and are
staying warm now that we are in the midst of winter.
Thank you to Dori Weinstein, a children’s author, who
in October spoke to the Hebrew School students, and presented the library with two books that she has written. The
titles of these books are: Shaking in the Shack and Sliding
into the New Year — they are 5th through 8th grade reading material. Please encourage your students in the Hebrew School to take a look at one of these books. They are
highlighted on the top of the children’s reading book area
in the Library.
n Sunday November 9th Sisterhood Hosted Rebecca
Frankel, daughter of our own Myer and Shelia
Frankel, at a meet and greet book signing for her book
War Dogs; Tales of Canine Heroism, History and Love. This
wonderful event was attended and enjoyed by 130 people.
On December 6th the Gertrude K. Clare Shabbat
Review was hosted and reviewed by Sandra Myers
Memories of New Britain Avenue by Natalie Lebovitz.
Sisterhood Shabbat is scheduled for January 17, 2015
with Sisterhood running the entire service and sponsoring
the Kiddush.
A safe and warm winter to all.
Shabbat Children’s Books
In the beginning of January, I will be putting some children’s books in the sanctuary by the seats on the left side of
the room. They will be mixed in with the prayer books in
those sections. If you have young children, who may want
some reading material, please look for those books. They
will be mostly picture books pertaining to either an upcoming holiday, Shabbat or Bible stories.
Judaica Shop News
H
appy New Year to everyone!!! To bring in 2015,
we are offering a STOREWIDE discount for the
months of January and February. Everything you purchase
will be discounted 20%. We carry all of your Judaic needs
for Shabbat, holidays, weddings, bar and bat mitzvahs and
everyday use. Stop in on Sundays when your children are
in religious school. You will find our prices are unbeatable.
Remember your purchases benefit the synagogue.
We accept mastercard and visa. If you need to place a
special order, please call , Lisa, 860 232-1665. Also if you
would like to make a purchase during the week, you can,
when the synagogue office is open. We look forward to
assisting you with your purchase.
Borrow by E-mail!
You can send your book requests to [email protected] Include the title, author and your name,
email address and phone number. If you are looking for
a book on a specific subject matter, please email me that
request too. If we do not have the book in our library, I can
try to get it for you elsewhere. I will sign the book out to
you and leave it for you on the library desk with your name
on it for pick up at your convenience. I will answer emails
when I am in the library which is usually Tuesday, Thursday or Sunday afternoons. We even have videos — VHS
and DVD!
Also, please send me an email if you have a book to recommend that we should purchase for the Library. We are
always looking for good recommendations.
Stay warm!
— Lisa Tesser and Debbie Bettan
News from the DCL Search Committee
T
he Emanuel’s search for a Director of Congregational Learning is underway! The committee began to meet this fall,
and we have since posted the position in over a dozen places. We have received several applications from outstanding
candidates from around the country! Committee co-chairs, Becky Azia and Regina Miller, have already had preliminary
“getting to know you” phone chats with the applicants. We are very excited by, and impressed with, our pool of candidates!
Soon, the DCL Committee will hold more extensive phone interviews with the strongest candidates. Then, in early
2015, we will invite a small handful of candidates to spend a weekend (all separate from each other) with us at The Emanuel. During this time, the candidates will spend time with congregants, clergy and our children and participate in a final
round of interviews with the DCL Committee.
Are you interested in helping during one or more of the weekend visits? We are seeking volunteers for hosting
(overnight and/or for meals), transportation, and giving tours of the synagogue and community. Please let us know if you
are willing!
Feel free to contact either co-chair with any questions, or to express your interest in these opportunities; Becky Azia
([email protected]) & Regina Miller ([email protected]).
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Community of
CARING / Chesed
Emanuel’s B’nai Mitzvah
Brotherhood Catering Services
Available to cater your event for the coming year!
Ethan Pinkes, son of Andrew
and Suzanne, will become a
Bar mitzvah on January 10,
2015.
U
nder the direction of master cook Saul
Shemkovitz, we prepare the finest food delights
for Bar/Bat Mitzvah Kiddush spreads and many
other occasions.
Our kugel, egg salad, and tuna salad are the most
scrumptious tasting in West Hartford. Bookings for
the coming year are going fast.
If you have an event coming up, please send an
email to Saul at [email protected] or call him at
860-280-1457 for menus and prices.
All food preparation is done in-house.
Proceeds to benefit the shul and other worthy
Jewish causes.
Lillian Schulman, daughter
of Gary Schulman and Jessica
Rubin, will become a Bat
Mitzvah on February 28, 2015.
Daniella Medvedovski,
daughter of Alex and Bella,
will become a Bat Mitzvah
on February 21, 2015.
Nehama
We extend heartfelt condolences and
support to the families of:
Leatrice Hoffman Etelis, mother of Judith and
Michael Farber and sister of Harriet Carpenos
Sanford Kalb, brother of Gerald and Jeanette Kalb,
uncle of Lisa and Barry Feigenbaum
Eugene Polebaum, father of Beth Polebaum and
Cantor Sanford Cohn
Brett Berman, son of Evan and
Lisa, will Become a Bar Mitzvah
on January 31, 2015.
Malcolm Robert Waxler, wife of Elaine Waxler
Helen Rosenholtz, grandmother of Myra and
Dan Emrick
Abigail Azia, daughter of Jeff
and Becky, will become a Bat
Mitzvah on February 14, 2015.
Bernard White
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Community of
ACTION / Tikkun Olam
B’YADEYNU NEWS
October Minyonaire Breakfast Sponsors
by Risa Davidson and Janet Wallens, Co-Chairs
Dr. Jay D. Smith, on the Yahrzeit of his mother
Give Us Your Old Eyeglasses and Give the
Gift of Sight!
During January and February, bring your old eye
glasses to one of the boxes at each synagogue entrance.
The B’Yadeynu Committee will send them to the “Eyes of
Hope” program, which will refurbish and distribute them
to people who cannot afford glasses or who have no access
to glasses.
“Eyes of Hope” is a charitable program of VSP Global,
a group of eye care companies that has provided free eye
care and glasses to nearly a million people worldwide.
Please do not bring any cases for the glasses. If you
have questions, please contact Llyn Kaimowitz at (860)
231-9005 or [email protected]
Hebrew Home Services
Members of our synagogue will lead Friday night Shabbat services from 3:15-4:15 at the Hebrew Home on January 16th and February 20th. Emanuel Synagogue members
of all ages, their friends and family are encouraged to participate in any of these warm-hearted and spirited services.
There is opportunity to contribute creatively and in Hebrew or English. Everyone present is greatly appreciated at
each service!
For more info, contact The Emanuel Synagogue, (860)
236-1275, and they help you contact Pamela Garry.
For more information about B’Yadeynu activities please contact
Risa Davidson ([email protected] or 860-236-8889) or
Janet Wallans ([email protected] or 860-278-4596).
Renee Neikrie, on the Yahrzeit of father-in-law Benjamin
Neikrie
Emma Pahuskin, on the Yahrzeit of husband Lester Pahuskin
Elizabeth & Jonathan Goodman, on the Bat Mitzvah of
Natalie Goodman
Schlossberg Family, on the Yahrzeit of Karen’s father
Paul Alper
Gloria Bein, on the Yahrzeit of her mother Fannie Greenberg
Rena Miller, on the Yahrzeit of mother Elizabeth Harris
Danielle and Ben Wu, on the Bat Mitzvah of Shoshana Wu
November Minyonaire Breakfast Sponsors
Syd Elkin, on the Yahrzeit of his mother and father, Ruth
and Ben Elkin
Meryl and Elliot Rosenberg, honoring Bat Mitzvah of
their granddaughter Jocolyn Rosenberg
Mark and Michalee Merritt, on the Bar Mitzvah of
Benjamin Merritt
Elysa and Steven Gordon Wexler, on the Bat Mitzvah of
Samara Gordon Wexler
Jacob Zamstein, on the Yahrzeit of mother Helen
Zamstein
Scott and Rebecca Selig, on the Bnai Mitzvah of Nicole
and Jillian Selig
If you would like to
sponsor a Shabbat
Kiddush, please
contact Myra
Emrick at (860)
236-1275 or [email protected]
emanuelsynagogue.org
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News From The
BROTHERHOOD by Don Miller
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DONATIONS FROM THOUGHTFUL PEOPLE
ADULT EDUCATION FUND
In Appreciation of
ANDY MAGIN’s beautiful contributions to Rosh
Hashanah & Yom Kippur services
by Daniel & Ava Kordansky
In Honor of
BEN ENGEL, bravo on his play
by Gail & Ray Weinstein
ART FUND
In Honor of
DR. FRED GLADSTONE & DR. LAURA
BERLIN upon MICHAEL’s marriage
by Gail & Ray Weinstein
BANKS FOUNDATION FUND
In Memory of
My beloved mother CECELIA BANKS
by Marilyn Banks Hamilton
LOUIS AND ETTA BECK FUND
In Memory of
ETTA BECK
by Judy Goldberg
SEYMOUR AND MARILYN BENSON
FUND
In Honor of
SUSAN & PAUL GOLDBERG on the birth of
their new granddaughter
by Marilyn Benson
SAUL PASTERNACK wishing you a happy and
healthy birthday
by Marilyn Benson
In Memory of
CECIL SCHATZ
by Marilyn Benson
JACK DOLINSKY
by Marilyn Benson
SUE AND BRUCE BERGMAN FUND
In Honor of
RICK & BONNIE LASKER on the birth of
grandson SPENCER REED LASKER
by Bruce & Susan Bergman
SUE & BRUCE BERGMAN
by Shirley Gerstein
BROTHERHOOD FUND
In Appreciation of
The EMANUEL SYNAGOGUE
BROTHERHOOD
by Emma Pahuskin
CAMP RAMAH FUND
In Appreciation of
DREW’s YOM KIPPUR honor
by Lori Gottlieb
In Honor of
JERRY & BARBARA SPERBER becoming
grandparents to TALIA RUTH & CHANA
RACHEL SPERBER
by Philip & Karen Schlossberg
HARRY & SYLVIA ROSENFELD on their
anniversary
by Jed, Sharon, Adam & Hanna Rosenfeld
In Memory of
All our loved ones at yizkor
by Philip & Karen Schlossberg
Beloved father & grandfather PAUL ALPER on
his yahrzeit
by Philip & Karen Schlossberg
CANTOR’S DISCRETIONARY FUND
In Appreciation of
CANTOR SANFORD COHN
by David A. & Carolyn Topol
CANTOR COHN for helping JARED prepare
for his bar mitzvah & his support during the loss
of DEBBIE’s mom
by Matthew & Debbie Beatman
CANTOR COHN for all of your help & support
during our time of sorrow
by Susan Goldberg, Haila Gladstone &
Richard Rosenholtz
In Honor of
SAUL PASTERNACK’s special birthday
by Ira & Barbara Levin
KAREN SCHLOSSBERG on her new position
as DIRECTOR of ADMISSIONS at the
HEBREW ACADEMY of BLOOMFIELD
by Linda Domentiz and Randy & Jared
Schmidt
ESTHER SCHLOSSBERG IN A
LEADERSHIP ROLE WITH THE HAZAMIR
CHORAL FOUNDATION
by Linda Domentiz and Randy & Jared
Schmidt
In Memory of
ABRAHAM LUIZ MITLAK
by Beatrice Mitlak
Beloved father LOUIS HABER
by Brenda Sutter
LOUIS MILIKOW
by Edward Milikow
FARROKH MOREL
by Marco & Sarah Morel
Beloved sister BARBARA BRADY
by Orson & Dianne Rothkopf
Beloved son LAWRENCE ROTHKOPF
by Orson & Dianne Rothkopf
CARING FUND
In Appreciation of
The CHESED COMMITTE
by Harriet Carpenos
In Honor of
GAIL & JEFF ADLER on the birth of their
granddaughter
by Fay deHaas
In Memory of
Beloved parents FANNY ERTMAN & LOUIS
ERTMAN
by Evelyn Ertman
SAMUEL H. AND PAULINE R. COHEN FUND
In Honor of
DONALD & IRIS ROSENBERG’s anniversary
by Carol & Ken Kaplan
IRIS ROSENBERG’s birthday
by Carol & Ken Kaplan
IRIS ROSENBERG’s special birthday
by Janice & Robert Klein
IRIS ROSENBERG’s 80th birthday
by Sheldon & Linda Eisenberg
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ELKIN FAMILY FUND
In Honor of
LORETTA & LARRY LEVY on the birth of
their new grandson RYDER LEVY
by Syd & Jan Elkin
RICK & BONNIE LASKER on the birth of
grandson SPENCER REED LASKER
by Syd & Jan Elkin
MARTIN & LINDA STEIN on the birth of
grandson FREDERICK MICHAEL STEIN
by Syd & Jan Elkin
In Memory of
HELEN ROSENHOLTZ
by Syd & Jan Elkin
HERBERT AND ELAINE EPSTEIN
FUND
In Memory of
HELEN ROSENHOLTZ
by Elaine Epstein & Family
JACK AND LEATRICE ETELIS FUND
In Memory of
LEATRICE ETELIS
by Beatrice Priola & Family
by Debbie Arslan
by Diane & Gary Gaffield
by Faye & Eugene Mussman
by Helene Weller
by Janice Krinsky, Stefan Tucker & Family
by John Sommers & Talia Wheeler
by Lillian Hochman
by Linda A. Lewis
by Lori Carpenos
by Malcolm B. Olins
by Marilyn Every
by Michael Birnbaum
by Rhoda & Seymour Kaplan
by Rhoda Kurtzman
by Sandra Perlman
by Sylvia Pilver
by Wilma Hoffman
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S
DISCRETIONARY FUND
In Memory of
HELEN ROSENHOLTZ
by Sharon Lea Sperling
by Joanne & Saul Pasternack
DANIEL AND JOAN FINE FUND
In Honor of
DAN FINE’s retirement & special birthday
by Sheila Marks
FLOWER FUND
In Honor of
SUSAN & PAUL GOLDBERG on the birth of
their granddaughter
by Gail & Ray Weinstein
FRIDAY NIGHT FUND
In Appreciation of
JUDY & SEYMOUR MELNICK
by Sheri Rifkin
In Honor of
RICK & BONNIE LASKER on the birth of
their grandson
by Judy & Seymour Melnick
In Memory of
HELEN ROSENHOLTZ
by Judy & Seymour Melnick
GENERAL FUND
In Appreciation of
MYRA EMRICK
by Larry & Arline Brick
In Honor of
The SPERBER family welcoming TALYA &
CHANA refuah shelma to BUBBY BARBARA
by Leon & Jean Chameides
The 40th anniversary of LONNIE & LARRY
BRICK
by Lydia Klatsky
by Roger Shapiro & Marge Weiner
The 64th wedding anniversary of SYLVIA &
ARKY ROSENFELD
by Martin & Linda Stein
The birth of our grandson FREDERICK
MICHAEL
by Martin & Linda Stein
SAUL PASTERNACK’s 80th birthday
by Martin & Linda Stein
My aliyah on ROSH HOSHANA
by Richard Welk
Completing one more cycle of the Torah & in
honor of our upcoming 20th wedding anniversary
by Robert Baruch Teitelman & Reesa Fern
Olins
The publishing of REBECCA FRANKEL’s new
book “War Dogs”
by Stuart & Sheryl Kopel
RICK & BONNIE LASKER on the birth of
grandson SPENCER REED
by Rona Gollob
BARBARA & JERRY SPERBER on the birth of
their grandchildren
by Janet Wallans
In Memory of
SOL YAZMER
by Cheryl Korman
SAM GOODMAN
by Cookie Kerxton & Al Rosin
by Edward Dubrow
by Eleanor Caplan
by John & Joan Gordon
by John & Roxie Maljanian
by Lois & Warren Stannard
by Thea Wernick
HELEN ROSENHOLTZ
by Lisa Behan
by Janet Wallans
by Lee & Monica Gold
by Martin & Joyce Libbin
by Leon & Jean Chameides
by Barbara Reisner
ILSE & MANFRED STEIN
by Martin & Linda Stein
SAMUEL BORIS
by Rachel & Terry Marcus
ABRAHAM GERLIS
by Selma Gordon
IRVING NOVA
by Sheldon & Phyllis Nova
SYLVIA KORDUNER
by Shelley & Joel Spierer & Family, Sylvia
Goldfarb
ROBERT FISHMAN
by Janet Wallans
GEORGE SIMON
by Ken & Pam Simon
GRABER-LIPPERMAN FAMILY FUND
In Honor of
RICK & BONNIE LASKER on the birth of
grandson SPENCER REED
by Elysa Graber-Lipperman
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In Memory of
HELEN ROSENHOLTZ
by Elysa Graber-Lipperman
GREEN BUILDING FUND
In Honor of
JERRY & BARBARA SPERBER on the birth of
their twin granddaughters
by Michael & Carolyn Levine
RICK & BONNIE LASKER on the birth of
their grandson
by Michael & Carolyn Levine
RABBI NATHAN AND LOTTE
HERSHFIELD FUND
In Memory of
SAM GOODMAN
by Celia Kavaler
The yahrzeit of RABBI HERSHFIELD
by Lotte Hershfield
RACHEL GLASSMAN & HER DAD &
SIBLINGS
by Lotte Hershfield
SYDNEY LIPPMAN
by Lotte Hershfield
DR. DAVID KAVALER
by Mrs. Celia Kavaler
KAIZER FAMILY FUND
In Memory of
SOPHIA S. GLEASON & A. GERTRUDE
KAIZER
by Jerry & Geri Kaizer
MICHAEL AND MARCIA KRINSKY
FUND
In Honor of
My family with gratitude for our many blessings
by Ms. Dorothy Nadel
MICHAEL S. AND CAROLYN W.
LEVINE FUND
Wishing Good Health to
And happiness in your new home to MICHAEL
& CAROLYN LEVINE
by Peter & Deborah Mehlman
LIBRARY FUND
In Honor of
BARBARA & ALLEN ZINBERG on the bar
mitzvah of their grandson PETER
by Marshall & Susan Seidman
16
NANCY KURSMAN’s grandson’s bar mitzvah
by Marshall & Susan Seidman
In Memory of
Beloved husband HARRIS KAHN
by Miriam Kahn
LINDA NEWMAN
by Sam, Susan, Joshua & Sarah Cohn
MINYONAIRES FUND
In Appreciation of
MOSHE PINCHOVER
by Elliott & Meryl Rosenberg
RABBI LAZOWSKI
by Robert & Joyce Flescher
In Honor of
RICK & BONNIE LASKER on the birth of
grandson SPENCER REED LASKER
by Allen & Judith Kronick
by David & Merle Harris
by The Emanuel Synagogue Minyonaires
by Faith Levy
by Judd & Bella Fink
by Sharon Lea Sperling
by Joanne & Saul Pasternack
SAUL PASTERNACK’s special birthday
by Elliott & Meryl Rosenberg
The bat mitzvah of SHOSHANA WU
granddaughter of COOKIE & TONY MELITO
by Elliott & Meryl Rosenberg
LARRY & LONNIE BRICK on their
anniversary
by Elliott & Meryl Rosenberg
DR. MICHAEL & CAROLYN LEVINE best
wishes in your new home
by Faith Levy
MARTIN & LINDA STEIN on the birth of
their grandson
by Judd & Bella Fink
RUDOLPH FAMILY with many thanks
by Renee Neikrie
My special birthday
by Seymour Kaplan
In Memory of
HELEN ROSENHOLTZ
by Allen & Judith Kronick
by David & Merle Harris
SAMUEL BORIS
by Allen & Judith Kronick
SAM GOODMAN
by Allen & Judith Kronick
by The Emanuel Synagogue Minyonaires
by Judd & Bella Fink
by Renee Neikrie
by Elliott & Louise Rosenberg
ISIDORE MAGIN
by Andrew Magin
Beloved mother MARCY LEVIN
by Ava Kordansky
Our mother MYRTLE HIMELSTEIN
by Elliott & Meryl Rosenberg
DAVID LEVIN
by Ira & Barbara Levin
Beloved mother FAY FINK
by Judd Fink
Beloved brother JACK LEWIS WEINBERG
by Leonard & Anne Goldman
ROSE W. ABRAMSON
by Marjorie A. Lindauer & Don R.
Abramson
Father JACOB LEBOVITZ, great grandfather
SAMUEL TORCHINSKY, father DANIEL
MYERS
by Michael & Sandra Myers
MRS. LEILA RUSTEIN
by Sylvia Cohen
Beloved brother IRVING T. RUTSTEIN
by Sylvia Cohen
Beloved brother DR. OSCAR RUTSTEIN
by Sylvia Cohen
ISADORE SCHLOSS
by Sylvia Schloss
Beloved brother in law PHILIP SCHLOSS
by Sylvia Schloss
Wishing Good Health to
DR. JAY D. SMITH
by The Emanuel Synagogue Minyonaires
HAROLD AND GLADYS MONDSHEIN
FUND
In Honor of
RICK & BONNIE LASKER on the birth of
grandson SPENCER REED
by Gladys Mondshein
In Memory of
WILLIAM Z. GOLDSTEIN
by Gladys Mondshein & Family
Wishing Good Health to
DR. JAY SMITH
by Gladys Mondshein
MUSIC FUND
In Honor of
DANNY FINE’s recent retirement & special
birthday
by Daniel & Ava Kordansky
In Memory of
BLANCHE WEINER
by Myron E. & Ruth Frosh Weiner
EDITH FROSH
by Myron E. & Ruth Frosh Weiner
HELEN ROSENHOLTZ
by Myron E. & Ruth Frosh Weiner
HENRIETTA LEOPOLD
by Joan & Len Glazier
MAX LEOPOLD
by Joan & Len Glazier
LESTER J. AND EMMA PAHUSKIN
FUND
In Memory of
LESTER J. PAHUSKIN & special prayers
for MICHAEL PAHUSKIN,PAULETTE
PAHUSKIN COHEN, RAQUEL SHEMESH
PAHUSKIN,MAURICE & YVETTE GRAZI,
CLAIRE GRAZI SHAMAH
by Emma Pahuskin
SAUL AND JOANNE PASTERNACK
FUND
In Honor of
SAUL PASTERNACK’s 80th birthday
by Albee & Jerry Guttman
by Arlene Kaizer
by Bill & Anita Mancoll
by Emmy & Steve Fast
by Faith Helene
by Florence Shakun
by Ira & Barbara Levin
by Janice & Harold Rosenthal
by Marshall & Laurie Shakun
by Martin & Joyce Libbin
by Michael & Cora Altschuler
by Hedyth Fishman
by Michael & Naomi Cohen
by Mitchell & Beth Shakun
by Myles & Suzanne Connell
by Peter & Deborah Mehlman
by Renee Neikrie
by Rhea Gaer
by Sandra and Marshall Rulnick
by Sheila Marks
by Stuart & Linda Geffner
by Toby & Art Schuman
by Gail & Ray Weinstein
by Elaine & Howard Smith
FAITH HELENE’s 80th birthday
by Joanne & Saul Pasternack
ELLIOTT AND EILEEN POLLACK FUND
In Memory of
Yahrzeit of parents MOLLIE G. POLLACK &
SAMUEL B. POLLACK
by Elliott B. Pollack
PRAYER BOOK FUND
In Appreciation of
YOM KIPPUR honors
by Michael & Sandra Myers
RABBI LAZOWSKI’S DISCRETIONARY
FUND
In Honor of
My dear friend RABBI LAZOWSKI
by Faith Helene
RABBI LAZOWSKI
by Louis & Trudi Brown
The CATALYST AWARD given to RABBI
LAZOWSKI from the Council of Churches
by Marshall Cohn
My mother TERRY MARCUS on her 84th
birthday
by Stuart Marcus
Wishing good health to
RUTH LAZOWSKI
by Gail & Ray Weinstein
In Memory of
HELEN ROSENHOLTZ
by Louis & Trudi Brown
by Meyer & Sheila Frankel
ANNA LAZAROWITZ
by Martin Lazarus
HYMAN B. ORDER on his yahrzeit
by Richard & Denise Order
RABBI SMALL’S DISCRETIONARY
FUND
In Appreciation of
RABBI SMALL, thank you for all your comfort
& kindness during our period of grief
by Alan & Peggy Mendelson
My honor ROSH HASHANA
by Daniel & Ava Kordansky
RABBI SMALL for the beautiful service
performed for our uncle SAM, thank you for
your warmth & compassion
by Faith Helene & Joy Platt
RABBI SMALL for helping JARED BEATMAN
prepare for his bar mitzvah &providing support
during the loss of DEBBIE’s mom
by Matthew & Debbie Beatman
My aliyah on ROSH HASHANA
by Rhoda Steinberg
RABBI SMALL for all of your help & support in
our time of sorrow
by Susan Goldberg & Haila Gladstone,
Richard Rosenholtz
In Honor of
SAUL PASTERNACK’s special birthday
by Ira & Barbara Levin
SHEILA & MEYER FRANKEL on their
daughter REBECCA having the book War Dogs
published
by Michael & Marsha Kamins
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GAIL & JEFF ADLER becoming grandparents
by Michael & Marsha Kamins
The birth of our granddaughter ELLA ROSE
NEWMAN
by William & Joan Newman
MICHAEL, JESSICA & ELLA NEWMAN’s
new home in Trumbull, CT
by William & Joan Newman
JOSEPH FIERBERG’s debut in “Mary Poppins”
by Renee Zetoff
In Memory of
HANNAH SEGAL
by Beth Goldberg
DAVID SUTTER
by Brenda Sutter
Beloved mother SARAH GELFAND
MARKOWITZ
by Gertrude Horowitz
BURTON AZIA
by Gloria Azia
HELEN ROSENHOLTZ
by Harry & Roberta Berry
by Lenora Rosenblum
by Leonard Swade
Yahrzeit of MARCUS KLEINMAN
by Joel Kleinman
Grandfather MORRIS BURGER
by Marsha Kamins
IRVING LAZAROWITZ
by Martin Lazarus
SYLVIA KORDUNER
by Michael Cohan & Family
HELEN NACHTIGAL
by Moshe & Barbara Nachtigal
LEATRICE ETELIS
by Mr. Michael Cohan & Family
Beloved father in law HYMAN PORISS
by Muriel Poriss
Beloved sister BARBARA BRADY & beloved son
LAWRENCE ROTHKOPF
by Orson & Dianne Rothkopf
HYMAN B. ORDER on his yahrzeit
by Richard & Denise Order
LARRY TELLAR
by Robert Tellar
Beloved great grandfather AARON
SUSSELMAN on his yahrzeit
by Stan & Emily Lebovitz Miller
Beloved father JACOB LEBOVITZ on his
yahrzeit
by Stan & Emily Lebovitz Miller
HAROLD KATZ
by Stuart & Sheryl Kopel
Yahrzeit of LEAH KOPEL
by Stuart & Sheryl Kopel
Beloved father WILLIAM WELK
by Toby Sidrane
My beloved father MYRON SHAINESS
by Wilma Hoffman
RITUAL DIRECTOR COMPENSATION
FUND
In Memory of
HILDA S. RIBACK
by Moshe & Debbie Zwang
RITUAL FUND “MOSHE’S
DISCRETIONARY FUND”
In Appreciation of
MOSHE PINCHOVER with thanks for your
helping with my Torah reading
by Alison Rudolph
My aliyah
by Marco Morel
TORAT HAYIM FUND
In Honor of
MICHAEL & CAROLYN LEVINE on their
recent move
by Daniel & Ava Kordansky
JAMIE & MARK SELTZER on AMANDA’s
engagement
by Thomas & Lorraine Barber
In Memory of
SAM BORIS
by Louis & Trudi Brown
In Memory of
LOUIS E. KEMLER
by Kemler Family
BRYAN LEOPOLD
by Lee & Monica Gold
TREE OF LIFE FUND
In Honor of
The birth of RYDER LEVY
by Larry & Loretta Levy
JEFFREY AND SUSAN RENERT FUND
In Honor of
BONNIE & RICHARD LASKER on the birth
of their new grandson
by Jeffrey Renert
WALDMAN, KAYE & SAMUELS
FAMILY FUND
Wishing Good Health to
RICHARD GOLDBERG
by Karen Kaye
JAY SMITH
by Sidney Kaye
ALAN AND BARBARA ROSENBERG
FUND
In Memory of
AUNT JACKIE ROSENBERG
by Donald & Iris Rosenberg
RALPH AND HILDA SLIVKA
ROSENBERG FUND
In Memory of
Beloved mother SARAH SLIVKA
by Hilda Slivka
SATURDAY KIDDUSH FUND
In Honor of
RICK & BONNIE LASKER on the birth of
their grandson
by Marc & Sandra Needelman
GERRY & BARBARA SPERBER on the birth of
twin granddaughters TALIA & CHANA
by Peter & Deborah Mehlman
HOWARD SCHEINBLUM / SUSAN
FIERBERG FUND
YOUTH ACTIVITIES FUND
In Memory of
ORVILLE MILLER father of JUDY SILVER
by Herbert & Judy Silver
BEN SILVER father of HERB SILVER
by Herbert & Judy Silver
SISTERHOOD TRIBUTE FUND
In Honor of
RICK & BONNIE LASKER on the birth of
their grandson SPENCER LASKER
by Dan & Joni Fine
In Memory of
MILDRED BRODY
by Harvey & Phyllis Silverman
VIVIAN AND ROBERT SPIVAK FUND
In Memory of
Our beloved uncle, JOSEPH SPIVAK
by Melton Spivak & Arlan Lieblick
In Honor of
The celebration of the bat mitzvah of
SHOSHANA WU
by Allen & Judith Kronick
BARBARA & JERRY SPERBER on the birth of
their new granddaughters
by Susan & Paul Goldberg
BONNIE & RICK LASKER on the birth of
their new grandson
by Susan & Paul Goldberg
LINDA & MARTIN STEIN on the birth of
their new grandson
by Joanne & Saul Pasternack
ZIPLOW FUND
In Memory of
WALTER SCHLOSS
by Gail & Ray Weinstein
In Memory of
PAUL SCHEINBLUM
by Judge Howard Scheinblum & Mrs.
Susan Fierberg
SCHOLASTIC AWARDS FUND
In Appreciation of
RABBI SMALL, CANTOR COHN & MOSHE
PINCHOVER doing such a great job preparing
NATALIE for her bar mitzvah
by Jonathan Goodman
Chavurah Tet
by Marjorie Solomon
In Memory of
HELEN ROSENHOLTZ
by Richard & Miriam Goldberg
SAM BORIS
by Richard & Miriam Goldberg
FREDA HUTNER
by Richard & Miriam Goldberg
MAL WAXLER
by Jay D. Smith
SHARON BARSHAY MUSIC FUND
In Memory of
Yahrzeit of beloved uncle LOUIS MARKS
by Gerald & Vivian Marks
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HERBERT AND JUDY SILVER FUND
In Appreciation of
HERB’s ability to resume normal activities
by Herb Silver
160 Simsbury Road, West Hartford
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A member of the Hebrew Health Care family.
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6:30pm
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Bat Mitzvah of
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Parashat Tetzaveh
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Bat Mitzvah of
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Shabbat Zachor
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