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YOUNG ISRAEL OF WEST HARTFORD

2240 ALBANY AVENUE


WEST HARTFORD, CT 06117
Shabbat Parashat Yitro
(860) 233-3084 February 6th, 2010 22 Shevat 5770
Shabbat Yitro
Kiddush This Shabbat
YOUNG ISRAEL OF WEST HARTFORD
8:00 AM Rabbi Sheinkopf’s Mishna Brurah Class
8:45 AM Shacharit is sponsored by
9:32 AM Sof Zman Kriat Shma
10:00 AM Shabbat Morning Youth Groups The Shul
4:00PM Mincha followed by Family Seudah Shlishit,
Rabbi’s Corner
And Maariv & Havdallah
5:53 PM Shabbat Ends Trading Spaces:
I am very proud to say that we have over 35 families partici-
Rabbi Weinberg will be away during the week pating in this week’s “Trading Spaces” Shabbat experience.
at a Rabbinic Conference. He will be reachable Some families are hosting and some will be guests and I hope
on his cell phone: 646-872-8496 that all of you will be able to attend our Seudah Shlishit this
week. The idea of this Shabbat experience is to reinforce the
communal ties between us.
INCLUSION SHABBAT The fact that we are all part of this community means
Next Shabbat, February 13th that we already have something in common. But of course,
Guest Speakers: at the very same time each of us is so different one from the
Stephen Mendelssohn & Jeremy Lichtman next and that is part of what makes a community so special.
Some of you have a very long history in this shul and some of
HHNE OFFICIAL GROUNDBREAKING us are relatively new. We each bring something unique to the
312 Bloomfield Avenue community and to each other’s lives. Being part of a commu-
On Tuesday, February 23rd, 2010 at Noon nity enables us to bond with each other in different ways at
different times. We try to be there for each other in good
RSVP: oken@hhne.org or 860-231-0317
times and in bad.
(ext 203)
The fact that so many people signed up for this Friday
night’s program shows that people really are interesting in
‫ברוך דין האמת‬ highlighting their association with our shul and with the mem-
We regret to inform you of the passing of Abra- bers of our shul. It is a nice thing for our community to say
ham Leichtberg, beloved husband of Miriam, that anyone who wanted to be with people from the shul this
father of Sam & Josh, and Grandfather of & Bat- shabbos had the opportunity to do so and no one was left
sheva Goldfischer & Ari Leichtberg . Funeral and alone.
burial were in Israel. Sam will be sitting Shiva I hope that through this Shabbat we will get to eat
with his mother and brother at his home 11 with people we don’t often socialize with and get to know
each other. Even if you are eating with people you always eat
Huron Drive until Tuesday morning. Minyan will
with, it is still just a nice opportunity to be together and feel
be at the Shiva home.
connected.
May Hashem comfort Miriam, Sam, Josh, & I would strongly encourage you to join us at Seudah
Batsheva and Leichtberg & Goldfischer families Shlishit followed by Maariv and family Havdallah which will
among the mourners of Zion and Yerushalayim. culminate this community Shabbat. We have some great
food and some interesting speakers from within our shul who
"TO G-D WE TURN: will be sharing divre torah as well as their thoughts about
INSIGHTS INTO THE PHILOSOPHY OF TEFILLAH" what it means to be part of a community. There will be baby-
4 PART SERIES in which we will study some of sitting for the kids during the divre torah and during Maariv.
the fundamental aspects of Jewish Prayer and My Conference This Week:
the philosophy behind it. This week I will be away at a Rabbinic Conference in
NJ. I was asked to be part of an amazing program called “The
4th Class - Next Wednesday, February 17th
Legacy Heritage Fund Distinguished Rabbinic Fellowship”.
At 8:00 PM at YIWH Continued p.2
Editor: Judie Patel Rabbi Brahm Weinberg 233-3084 or
E-mail: judiep@gmail.com rabbi@youngisraelwh.org
Editors Emeritus: Sam Leichtberg & Moish Trencher
Laura Miller, President 233-2725 or
Web Site: http://www.YoungIsraelWH.org lauramiller6188@sbcglobal.net
Affiliate of the National Council of Young Israel Synagogues, Member of the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of
America, Sponsor of West Hartford NCSY, National Conference of Synagogue Youth, Kashrut Commission of Greater Hartford,
Mikveh Bess Israel of Greater Hartford, Eruv of West Hartford (Hotline - 860-232-6417)
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SAVE THE DATES ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
UPCOMING SHUL & COMMUNITY EVENTS Al & Helen Weisel
L’DOR L’DOR Mazal Tov to Les & Helen Loew on their 40th Wedding
Parent & Child Learning Sessions Anniversary
At Chabad House At 7:00 PM
This Motzaei Shabbat, February 6th
Next on February 27th and then March 13th
Grades 2 -8
Rabbi Jaffee - Coordinator
YI BOOK CLUB
Currently reading “Sarah’s Key” COMMUNITY HAVDALAH
by Tatiana de Rosnay February 13 at 7:00 PM
Monday, February 8th Congregation Beth Israel
At the home of Lisa Lenkowitz 701 Farmington Avenue
78 Parsons Drive A joyous Havdalah followed by Music,
Anyone interested in joining the group Singing and Dancing. Kosher snacks & desserts.
Contact Debbie Luger: 233-0300. Participating Congregations:
DAVID & BATSHEVA Agudas Achim, Beth Ahm, Beth David, Beth El,
Beth Hillel, Beth Israel, Bnai Sholom Cong. Or LaOlam,
Class Taught by Elisha Rosensweig
Emanuel, Emek Shalom, Temple Beth Hillel,
Tuesday nights,
Temple Sinai, Tikvoh Chadoshoh, YIWH
Next Class - February 9th - at 8:00 PM
At the Home of Judie & Lal Patel - 100 Lawler Road
CRAFT CIRCLE YIWH WEBSITE
NEXT Monday evening at 7:30 PM We are slowly making improvements to our website
At the home of Debbie Luger, 37 Miamis Road which has already vastly changed. please check it out and
Do you knit? crochet? embroider? send feedback. thanks to David Hessing and Elie Wolfe
or just bring your mending! whatever..... for putting in so much work.
Further info call Debbie Luger
or Laura Miller: 233-2725.
NEXT WOMEN’S LEARNING GROUP Rabbi’s Corner - Continued
Shabbat, February 13th This coming week is a three day retreat (called a Yarchei
Kallah) with Rabbi Dr. Jacob J. Schacter. Rabbi Schacter
NEXT ROSH CHODESH TEHILLIM GROUP
was the Rabbi of the Jewish Center in Manhattan, he was
Monday, February 15th at 7:30 PM
the head of the Soloveitchik Institute in Boston, and is
At the home of Joan Kadish]
now the Senior Scholar at the Center for the Jewish Fu-
COMMUNAL PURIM SEUDAH ture at YU. I am very close with him and he has been in-
PURIM IN THE WILD WEST strumental in my rabbinic development. I am really look-
Sunday, February 28th at 4:30 PM ing forward to spending time with him as well as with
With activities for kids other colleagues of mine from around the country who
(flyer will follow) are part of the fellowship. We will work on skills for
SCHOLARS-IN-RESIDENCE dealing with community issues as well as on delivering
RABBI YOSEF & DR. RIVKAH BLAU shiurim and drashot and so much more. This Yarchei Kal-
Shabbat March 5th & 6th lah this coming week is the first of 6 programs to come
this year as part of the fellowship.
HHNE HAT SHOW Shabbat Shalom -
Monday, March 15 at 6:00 PM Rabbi Weinberg

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Dvar Torah of the Week
The Power of Belief
Rabbi Dr. Abraham J. Twerski
Rather recently, books have appeared advocating “positive imagery,” suggesting that if you imagine the scene that you
wish to occur, this will make it happen. The first tendency is to dismiss this almost derisively. “I was laid off eight months
ago. I have repeatedly imagined myself happily employed at a new job, but I am still unemployed.” It is quite difficult to
counter such observations. Magical thinking is juvenile, one says, and wishing it will happen does not bring it about.
Logically, I would go along with this observation. However, I came across an essay in the sefer Ohev Israel, by the Chassidic
master, Rebbe Avraham Yehoshua Heschel of Apt. He cites Rashi’s statement (Genesis 7:7) that Noah vacillated in his belief
that there would indeed be a flood, and did not enter the ark until the rising waters forced him to. The Rebbe of Apt asks,
“How can one say that Noah, whom the Torah describes as a perfect tzaddik, was lax in his belief in Hashem’s words?”
The Rebbe explains that the word emunah, faith, is related to he word omein, which means “to raise up,” as in the Book of
Esther, which uses the word omein in the sentence that Mordecai reared Esther. This connotation, the Rebbe says, means
that emunah can “raise” things, i.e., bring them about. Therefore, Noah did not allow himself to have a strong belief that
the flood would occur, because he feared that this might actually cause the flood to materialize. Noah still held out hope
that the people might do teshuvah that might avert the flood, and his intense emunah might hasten it. Thus, Rashi’s com-
ment is not an aspersion on Noah.
We have the principle that a positive middah is more powerful than a negative middah. If, as the Rebbe says, a strong belief
(emunah) may result in a negative result, them certainly, a strong positive belief may bring about a desired result.
However, the belief must be genuine and complete, which may be difficult to achieve.
Rebbe Yitzhak Meir of Gur cited the Midrash, that before offering the Torah to the Jews, Hashem offered it to other peo-
ples. The Moabites asked, “What does the Torah say?” and Hashem said, “You shall not commit adultery.” The Moabites
rejected the Torah because, “We are a lustful people. We cannot accept that restriction.”
Hashem then offered it to the Edomites, who asked, “What does the Torah say?” and Hashem said, “You shall not commit
murder.” The Edomites rejected the Torah because, “Our father, Esau, was blessed ‘to live by the sword.’
Why did Hashem offer the Torah to other nations? So that they should not say, “You favored the Jews. If you had given us
the Torah, we would have been the chosen people.” Now Hashem can say, “I offered it to you, but you rejected it.”
“But,” Rebbe Yitzhak Meir asked, “how does that address the charges of the Moabites and the Edomites. They will still say,
‘You quoted us “You shall not commit adultery.” and “You shall not commit murder,” but to the Jews You said, “I am the
Lord your G-d.” Had you told us that, we would have accepted the Torah.”
Rebbe Yitzhak Meir explained, “The Torah is intended to help a person overcome his physical drives. The primary physical
drive of the Moabites was lust, and that of the Edomites, bloodshed. These are not the primary drives of the Jews. The
Jews’ primary drive is skepticism. Other nations could believe that idols, rivers and mountains were gods. Jews, on the
other hand, witnessed many supernatural miracles, yet as the Torah relates and our history confirms, continued to doubt
Hashem. Therefore, Hashem approached each nation with what would be the greatest challenge for them. For the Moab-
ites it was restraint of lust, for the Edomites it was restraint of killing, and for the Israelites, it was to believe in Hashem.
Emunah is indeed a powerful force and may make things happen. However, sincere and complete emunah is difficult to
achieve.
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February’s Designated Hospitality Family:


New to town? New in shul? Unexpectedly in the community and need a meal?
Please see the BERNSTEIN FAMILY who have graciously agreed to be this month's hospitality family and who will be
glad to host you this Shabbat. If you do not know who they are see the Rabbi and he will direct you to them.
If you are interested in being one of the Hospitality Families please see Rabbi Weinberg.

BUY SCRIP
Are you buying gift cards for staff or friends? Buy them at Waldbaum’s using your existing
Waldbaum’s gift card and everyone wins!
Please remember to continue to use scrip. It costs nothing additional to you -
yet it helps the Shul. Remember, if you can not come and get the cards we can bring it to you!
Let's support our Shul by buying scrip ! Every dollar counts!
Contact: Judith Hessing (860-233-6042) at 18 Grenhart Street
Batsheva & Zvi Goldfischer (860-906-1111)

 YIWH Schedule of Services 


It is easy to sponsor a Kiddush
February 5th - 12th, 2010
Shabbat Parashat Yitro Or Seudah Shlishit!
Friday, February 5th Shul handles set up & Clean up!
Shacharit 6:30 a.m.(YIH) & 6:45 a.m. Contact Judie Patel at 236-4178
Candle Lighting 4:52 p.m. or judiep@gmail.com to
Mincha/Maariv 4:57 p.m. check the availability of the date
Shabbat, February 6th you need & to make the
Rabbi Sheinkopf’s Mishna Brurah Class 8:00 a.m. arrangements for the type of
Shacharit 8:45 a.m. Kiddush you want to sponsor.
Sof Zman Kriat Shma 9:32 a.m. Checks need to be received
Shabbat Morning Youth Groups 10:00 a.m. the Sunday prior to your
Mincha followed by Seudah Shlishit & Maariv 4:00 p.m. Kiddush date. Send to David
Shabbat Ends 5:53 p.m. Cohen at 19 Mansfield Avenue.
There are three types
Sunday, February 7th - Thursday, February 11th of Kiddushim:
Earliest Tallit & Tefillin 6:06 a.m. Standard for $150,
Shacharit followed by Rabbi Weinberg’s 8:15 a.m. Semi-Deluxe for $250
Gemara Shiur on Masechet Chulin Perek 8 & Deluxe for $350
Shacharit…Monday -Thursday 6:30 a.m.(YIH) & 6:45 a.m. With supplements available.
Mincha/Maariv @ Agudas Achim 5:00 p.m.
Maariv @ YIWH (M - Th) 9:00 p.m. For Seudah Shlishit contact
Stan Rutstein at 232-3369
Friday, February 12th
Shacharit 6:30a.m.(YIH) & 6:45 a.m. Kiddush Schedule
Candle Lighting 5:01 p.m.
Mincha/Maariv 5:06 p.m.

Check out the Weekly Schedule on the Shul Website: http://www.youngisraelwh.org/


Times from: http://www.ou.org/holidays/calendar
Ner La’Maor
Lights Pat La’Orchim
Evelyn & David Hessing Challah rolls for Seudah Shlishit Kiddush Supplement
In Memory of their Grandmothers Betty & Irving Wizenfeld Rabbi Brahm & Elana Weinberg
Sarah Schwimmer Betty Wizenfeld in memory of her In honor of their parents
‫שרה רבקה בת חנוך היינך ודבורה‬ Parents Tobias & Esther Spira Morrie & Lynn Weinberg
And ‫טוביה בן צבי אלימלך‬ Dr. Howard & Miriam Rosenblum
Chava Bat Bahiya ‫אסתר בת דוד הכהן‬
‫חוה בת בהיה‬ Irv Wizenfeld in memory of his father
Sam Wizenfeld Seudah Shlishit Supplement
Yayin l’ Kiddush Ve'Havdalah ‫שמואל מאיר בן יצחק הכהן‬ 12:14 ‫קהלת‬
Wine for Kiddush & Havdallah ‫”סוף דבר הכל נשמע‬
Judy Leichtberg & Batsheva ‫את האלקים ירא‬
Goldfischer in memory of their 5770 Candy Man: ‫ואת מצותיו שמור‬
father and grandfather, Bernard Kesler “‫כי זה כל האדם‬
Israel Weiss in memory of his father Anonymous
‫ישראל בן דוד‬ Sender ben Avraham Zelig
and their mother & grandmother ‫סנדר בן אברהם זליג‬
Frida Weiss
‫טויבא פרידה בת עזרא‬
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It is easy to sponsor a Kiddush
February 12th - 19th, 2010
Shabbat Mevorchim Shekalim Parashat Mishpatim Or Seudah Shlishit!
Friday, February 12th Shul handles set up & Clean up!
Shacharit 6:30 a.m.(YIH) & 6:45 a.m. Contact Judie Patel at 236-4178
Candle Lighting 5:01 p.m. or judiep@gmail.com to
Mincha/Maariv 5:06 p.m. check the availability of the date
Shabbat, February 13th you need & to make the
Rabbi Sheinkopf’s Mishna Brurah Class 8:00 a.m. arrangements for the type of
Shacharit 8:45 a.m. Kiddush you want to sponsor.
Sof Zman Kriat Shma 9:28 a.m. Checks need to be received
Shabbat Morning Youth Groups 10:00 a.m. the Sunday prior to your
Rabbi Weinberg’s Shabbat Afternoon Shiur 4:00 p.m. Kiddush date. Send to David
Mincha followed by Seudah Shlishit & Maariv 4:50 p.m. Cohen at 19 Mansfield Avenue.
Shabbat Ends 6:02 p.m. There are three types
Sunday, February 14th - Thursday, February 18th of Kiddushim:
Earliest Tallit & Tefillin 5:58 a.m. Standard for $150,
Shacharit Rosh Chodesh Adar 8:00 a.m. Semi-Deluxe for $250
followed by Rabbi Weinberg’s Gemara Shiur & Deluxe for $350
Shacharit…Monday Rosh Chodesh Adar 6:15 a.m.(YIH) & 6:30 a.m. With supplements available.
Shacharit…Tuesday -Thursday 6:30 a.m.(YIH) & 6:45 a.m.
For Seudah Shlishit contact
Mincha/Maariv @ Agudas Achim 5:05 p.m.
Stan Rutstein at 232-3369
Maariv @ YIWH (M - Th) 9:00 p.m.
Friday, February 19th Kiddush Schedule
.(YIH)
Shacharit 6:30a.m & 6:45 a.m.
Candle Lighting 5:10 p.m.
Mincha/Maariv 5:15 p.m.
Check out the Weekly Schedule on the Shul Website: http://www.youngisraelwh.org/
Times from: http://www.ou.org/holidays/calendar
Ner La’Maor
Lights Pat La’Orchim
Evelyn & David Hessing Challah rolls for Seudah Shlishit Kiddush Supplement
In Memory of their Grandmothers Betty & Irving Wizenfeld Rabbi Brahm & Elana Weinberg
Sarah Schwimmer Betty Wizenfeld in memory of her In honor of their parents
‫שרה רבקה בת חנוך היינך ודבורה‬ Parents Tobias & Esther Spira Morrie & Lynn Weinberg
And ‫טוביה בן צבי אלימלך‬ Dr. Howard & Miriam Rosenblum
Chava Bat Bahiya ‫אסתר בת דוד הכהן‬
‫חוה בת בהיה‬ Irv Wizenfeld in memory of his father
Sam Wizenfeld Seudah Shlishit Supplement
Yayin l’ Kiddush Ve'Havdalah ‫שמואל מאיר בן יצחק הכהן‬ 12:14 ‫קהלת‬
Wine for Kiddush & Havdallah ‫”סוף דבר הכל נשמע‬
Judy Leichtberg & Batsheva ‫את האלקים ירא‬
Goldfischer in memory of their 5770 Candy Man: ‫ואת מצותיו שמור‬
father and grandfather, Bernard Kesler “‫כי זה כל האדם‬
Israel Weiss in memory of his father Anonymous
‫ישראל בן דוד‬ Sender ben Avraham Zelig
and their mother & grandmother ‫סנדר בן אברהם זליג‬
Frida Weiss
‫טויבא פרידה בת עזרא‬
Want to join the Listserve?
If you are interested in subscribing to the yiwhevents listserve, send an e-mail to webmaster@youngisraelwh.org and he will add
your name. If you are a member of the group, you can send an e-mail to the entire group by addressing your e-mail to
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 YIWH Schedule of Services 


February 19th - 26th, 2010 It is easy to sponsor a Kiddush
Shabbat Parashat T’rumah Or Seudah Shlishit!

Friday, February 19th Shul handles set up & Clean up!


Shacharit 6:30 a.m.(YIH) & 6:45 a.m. Contact Judie Patel at 236-4178
Candle Lighting 5:10 p.m. or judiep@gmail.com to
Mincha/Maariv 5:15 p.m. check the availability of the date
Shabbat, February 20th you need & to make the
Rabbi Sheinkopf’s Mishna Brurah Class 8:00 a.m. arrangements for the type of
Shacharit 8:45 a.m. Kiddush you want to sponsor.
Sof Zman Kriat Shma 9:23 a.m. Checks need to be received
Shabbat Morning Youth Groups 10:00 a.m. the Sunday prior to your
Rabbi Weinberg’s Shabbat Afternoon Shiur 4:00 p.m. Kiddush date. Send to David
Mincha followed by Seudah Shlishit & Maariv 5:10 p.m. Cohen at 19 Mansfield Avenue.
Shabbat Ends 6:11 p.m. There are three types
Sunday, February 21st - Wednesday, February 25th of Kiddushim:
Earliest Tallit & Tefillin 5:49 a.m. Standard for $150,
Shacharit followed by Rabbi Weinberg’s Gemara 8:15 a.m. Semi-Deluxe for $250
Shiur on Masechet Chulin Perek 8 & Deluxe for $350
Shacharit…Monday -Wednesday 6:30 a.m.(YIH) & 6:45 a.m. With supplements available.
Mincha/Maariv @ Agudas Achim 5:15 p.m.
For Seudah Shlishit contact
Maariv @ YIWH (M - Th) 9:00 p.m.
Stan Rutstein at 232-3369
Thursday, February 25th - Ta'anit Esther
A lot Hashachar - Fast Begins 5:09 a.m. Kiddush Schedule
Shacharit...Thursday 6:15 a.m.(YIH) & 6:30 a.m.
Chatzot 12:05 p.m.
Mincha/Maariv at YIWH 5:20 p.m.
Fast ends 6:11 p.m.
Maariv @ YIWH 9:00 p.m.
Friday, February 26th
Shacharit 6:30 a.m.(YIH) & 6:45 a.m.
Candle Lighting 5:18 p.m.
Mincha/Maariv 5:23 p.m.
Check out the Weekly Schedule on the Shul Website: http://www.youngisraelwh.org/
Times from: http://www.ou.org/holidays/calendar
Ner La’Maor
Lights Pat La’Orchim
Evelyn & David Hessing Challah rolls for Seudah Shlishit Kiddush Supplement
In Memory of their Grandmothers Betty & Irving Wizenfeld Rabbi Brahm & Elana Weinberg
Sarah Schwimmer Betty Wizenfeld in memory of her In honor of their parents
‫שרה רבקה בת חנוך היינך ודבורה‬ Parents Tobias & Esther Spira Morrie & Lynn Weinberg
And ‫טוביה בן צבי אלימלך‬ Dr. Howard & Miriam Rosenblum
Chava Bat Bahiya ‫אסתר בת דוד הכהן‬
‫חוה בת בהיה‬ Irv Wizenfeld in memory of his father
Sam Wizenfeld Seudah Shlishit Supplement
Yayin l’ Kiddush Ve'Havdalah ‫שמואל מאיר בן יצחק הכהן‬ 12:14 ‫קהלת‬
Wine for Kiddush & Havdallah ‫”סוף דבר הכל נשמע‬
Judy Leichtberg & Batsheva ‫את האלקים ירא‬
Goldfischer in memory of their 5770 Candy Man: ‫ואת מצותיו שמור‬
father and grandfather, Bernard Kesler “‫כי זה כל האדם‬
Israel Weiss in memory of his father Anonymous
‫ישראל בן דוד‬ Sender ben Avraham Zelig
and their mother & grandmother ‫סנדר בן אברהם זליג‬
Frida Weiss
‫טויבא פרידה בת עזרא‬

 YIWH Schedule of Services 


February 26th - March 5th, 2010 It is easy to sponsor a Kiddush
Shabbat Zachor Parashat T'tzaveh Or Seudah Shlishit!

Friday, February 26th Shul handles set up & Clean up!


Shacharit 6:30 a.m.(YIH) & 6:45 a.m. Contact Judie Patel at 236-4178
Candle Lighting 5:18 p.m. or judiep@gmail.com to
Mincha/Maariv 5:23 p.m. check the availability of the date
Shabbat, February 27th you need & to make the
Rabbi Sheinkopf’s Mishna Brurah Class 8:00 a.m. arrangements for the type of
Shacharit 8:45 a.m. Kiddush you want to sponsor.
Sof Zman Kriat Shma 9:17 a.m. Checks need to be received
Shabbat Morning Youth Groups 10:00 a.m. the Sunday prior to your
Rabbi Weinberg’s Shabbat Afternoon Shiur 4:20 p.m. Kiddush date. Send to David
Mincha followed by Seudah Shlishit & Maariv 5:10 p.m. Cohen at 19 Mansfield Avenue.
Shabbat Ends 6:20 p.m. There are three types
Megillah 6:50 p.m. of Kiddushim:
Community Wide Celebration Party at Beth David 8:00 p.m. Standard for $150,
Sunday, February 28th - PURIM Semi-Deluxe for $250
Earliest Tallit & Tefillin 5:49 a.m. & Deluxe for $350
Shacharit 8:15 a.m. With supplements available.
Megillah Reading (approx.) 8:45 a.m.
For Seudah Shlishit contact
Mincha 4:00 p.m.
Stan Rutstein at 232-3369
Communal Purim Seudah 4:30 p.m.
Maariv After the Seudah Kiddush Schedule

Monday, March 1st - Thursday, March 4th 6:30 a.m.(YIH) & 6:45 a.m.
Shacharit…Monday -Wednesday 5:15 p.m.
Mincha/Maariv @ Agudas Achim 9:00 p.m.
Maariv @ YIWH (M - Th)
Friday, February 26th 6:30 a.m.(YIH) & 6:45 a.m.
Shacharit 5:18 p.m.
Candle Lighting 5:23 p.m.
Mincha/Maariv
Check out the Weekly Schedule on the Shul Website: http://www.youngisraelwh.org/
Times from: http://www.ou.org/holidays/calendar
Ner La’Maor
Lights Pat La’Orchim
Evelyn & David Hessing Challah rolls for Seudah Shlishit Kiddush Supplement
In Memory of their Grandmothers Betty & Irving Wizenfeld Rabbi Brahm & Elana Weinberg
Sarah Schwimmer Betty Wizenfeld in memory of her In honor of their parents
‫שרה רבקה בת חנוך היינך ודבורה‬ Parents Tobias & Esther Spira Morrie & Lynn Weinberg
And ‫טוביה בן צבי אלימלך‬ Dr. Howard & Miriam Rosenblum
Chava Bat Bahiya ‫אסתר בת דוד הכהן‬
‫חוה בת בהיה‬ Irv Wizenfeld in memory of his father
Sam Wizenfeld Seudah Shlishit Supplement
Yayin l’ Kiddush Ve'Havdalah ‫שמואל מאיר בן יצחק הכהן‬ 12:14 ‫קהלת‬
Wine for Kiddush & Havdallah ‫”סוף דבר הכל נשמע‬
Judy Leichtberg & Batsheva ‫את האלקים ירא‬
Goldfischer in memory of their 5770 Candy Man: ‫ואת מצותיו שמור‬
father and grandfather, Bernard Kesler “‫כי זה כל האדם‬
Israel Weiss in memory of his father Anonymous
‫ישראל בן דוד‬ Sender ben Avraham Zelig
and their mother & grandmother ‫סנדר בן אברהם זליג‬
Frida Weiss
‫טויבא פרידה בת עזרא‬