1 August 2014 Nisan 5774 Volume 22, Issue 12 The Torah Times Live Music Shabbat featuring Rose Grace by Ray Weiss Sonny and Cher. Barbra Streisand and Neil Diamond. Nancy and Frank Sinatra. Many singers over the years have teamed up to record hit songs together. Only time can tell if a similar fate awaits Rose Grace and Rabbi David Kane, who are teaming up on August 15 th at 7:30 p.m. for a live musical Shabbat at Congregation B nai Torah. She will be the guest musical artist for the service, Rabbi Kane said. Rose and I will be cooking something up. This might be the first in a series if it s a hit. Welcome Back from Summer Vacation by Ray Weiss Unlike other duos, entertaining and enlightening a congregation with Jewish songs on Shabbat is the sole motivation for this new team, not recording Top 40 hits. But the music should be top shelf, given Rose Grace s impressive background. She is a Russian-born pianist who has performed concerts throughout the United States as a soloist and chamber music recitalist. Continued on pg 6... Together we honor G-d and Torah, Promote Spiritual Growth, and Strengthen Our Community Special Points of Interest: CBT Photo Gallery pg 2 Religious School Open House pg 3 Men s Club News pg 8 Selichot Experience pg 8 Thank You Spot pg 9 Birthday Spotlight by Carole Miller pg 10 Rabbi s Reminders pg 14 Inside this issue: Ritual Comm Report 3 Announcements 4 Summer is a time for family vacations, the beach, or simply relaxing in the backyard with a hot book and cold beverage. But plenty of activities are in store right here at Congregation B nai Torah during the next few weeks for congregants of all ages. A Sunday School Open House is set for the morning of Sunday, Aug. 17. All current members, as well as prospective families with schoolage children, are welcome to attend. introducing younger people to the B nai Torah family. If anyone knows someone with kids, we d like for them to be invited to the open house, he said. Helen Farb, who oversees the religious school, said the open house program will have a Shabbat theme and include baking, crafts, storytelling, games, and music. The children will make Challah covers, and the rabbi will talk about what Shabbat means and teach songs, she said. I hope families will come, if they have children or grandchildren interested in a progressive conservative congregation. Maybe some families have recently moved to the area. This lets them know what we do. Continued on pg 6... Calendar 5 Sisterhood News 6 Jewish Federation 7 Thank You Spot 9 Birthdays Anniversaries Yahrzeits Rabbi s Message & 11 Rabbi David Kane said the open house provides an opportunity to reach out to the community and possibly build membership by
2 Page 2 The Torah Times CBT Summer Fun Photo Gallery (Top Left) Sue and Irv Abel on safari in South Africa. (Top Right) Rosalie Morrissey in Israel. (Middle) Luke Haberman s Eagle Scout Project at CBT on 7-27 (Bottom Left & Middle) Rabbi Kane hanging the Mezuzah at Mike and Helen Farb s new home (Bottom Right) Douglas Lasky's Senior Picture Son of Robert & Bonnie Lasky
3 Page 3 Volume 22, Issue 12 Religious School Open House BAKING, MUSIC, GAMES Fantastic Sunday School Hebrew High School WE WELCOME ALL JEWISH CHILDREN Sunday, August 17, :00 am-12:00 pm Ritual Committee Report by Debra Rodensky The Ritual Committee would like to extend a huge Thank You to Harvey Singer, who led services on Friday, July 11th, and Luke Haberman, Kyle Amols, and Bob Gershon for leading services on Saturday, July 12th. We had minyans on both days. Shiva services were held for Frieda Liss, mother of Roberta Feldman, on July 16th and 17th. Thank you to everyone who helped make a minyan for both days. Our Tot Shabbat program continues. Our last Tot Shabbat was held on June 27th and will continue on August 8th. The fast for Tisha B'Av begins the evening of August 8 th. We have a very special Selichot Concert planned for this year on September 20th. Please keep an eye on your for more information. Rosh Chodesh for the month of Av begins the evening of July 27th. OFFICERS AND BOARD OF TRUSTEES Co-Presidents: Bari Amols and Dr. Charles Stein Vice President: Saralee Morrissey Co-Treasurers: Adriana Albanese and Charlie Shalett Secretary: Ray Weiss Trustees ( ): Dr. Joyce Battle, Dr. Marvin Lewis, Charles Moskowitz, Nancy Nusbaum, and Chuck Weisman Trustees ( ): Judy Kane, Jim Ravede, Debra Rodensky, Ed Rothberg, and Barbara Singer Religious School Chairs: Dr. Ken Nusbaum and Jim Ravede Sisterhood President: Sue Goldberg Men s Club President: Chuck Weisman Recent Past Presidents: Norman Feldman, Harvey Singer, Charles Moskowitz, Alan Rabin, and Lea Moskowitz
4 Page 4 Announcements New Summer Office Hours: Monday-Friday 12:00-4:00 pm Welcome New Members: Rosalie Ferry Bob Gershon Diane Goldsmith Lauren Hoven Sherry and Mark Lipp Italiano Shabbat Dinner $15 Per Person (Children Half Price) Friday, August 22, at 6:00 pm Menu: Meatballs and Spaghetti with Salad, Veggies, Bread, and Dessert Please RSVP by Friday, August 15 th Christina and Evan Sherman Gary and Regina Stanley Join the fun Dec. 14, 2014 on Royal Caribbean s Freedom of the Seas 7 days Eastern Caribbean Port Canaveral, Coco Cay, Bahamas: Charlotte Amlie, St Thomas; Philipsberg, St Maarteen $50 onboard credit per cabin Inside cabins start at $ Per person Ocean view cabins start at $ per person Balcony cabins start at $ per person Deposit Required is $ 250 per person Bus transportation information will follow at a later date Please call George Selis at to reserve your cabin!
5 Congregation B nai Torah Av-Elul 5774 August 2014 Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat 3 7 Av Av 17 Religious School Open House 10 am 21 Av 24 Soup Kitchen 28 Av Elul 4 8 Av Av Av Av 5 Fast of Tisha B Av 9 Av Av Av 26 Rosh Chodesh Elul Visiting Comm Meeting at Panera 12 pm 30 Av 6 10 Av Av Av 27 1 Elul 7 Sisterhood Board Meeting 7 pm 11 Av Av 21 CBT Board Meeting 7:30 pm 25 Av 28 2 Elul 1 Services 7:30 pm 5 Av Tot Shabbat 6 pm/ Services 7:30 pm/ Oneg Honoring Rosalie Morrissey 8 12 Av 15 Live Music Shabbat Services 7:30 pm 19 Av 22 Italian Shabbat Dinner 6 pm Services 7:30 pm 27 Tammuz 29 3 Elul 2 Services 10 am 6 Av 9 Shabbat Nachamu Services 10 am 13 Av 16 Services 10 am 20 Av 23 Services 10 am 27 Av 30 4 Elul
6 Page 6 The Torah Times Sisterhood News by Sue Goldberg For our synagogue, summer tends to be a slower time of year. Not for me summer tends to be my busiest time of year and it is certainly flying by. Many of our Sisterhood members are vacationing, others are preparing for children or grandchildren going off to college, some are just relaxing, and many others volunteering. As we look at the calendar, we realize that September is right around the corner. To us this means we return to a busy schedule celebrating and observing our many holidays. Selichot kicks off the High Holidays with an amazing program: Peri Smilow in concert and Selichot Experience (5:00 Workshop, 8:30 Havdallah and concert, refreshments, 10:00 Selichot). I look forward to seeing all our members attend. We will begin another year of religious school and other congregational events, including our first general Sisterhood meeting of the new year on September 11th. Stay tuned for more information on this meeting and its program. As the NEW YEAR begins please think about joining sisterhood if you are not a member. If you are a member, please attend our wonderful programs. If the programs do not interest you I encourage you to reach out to our board with your suggestions. Sisterhood is the backbone of the CBT Family there is a place for everyone! Don t be SHY step up, volunteer, pull a committee together for something of interest to you. My best wishes to each and every one of you and your families for a Healthy and Happy New Year! La Shanah Tova! Sue Goldberg, President cell home fax Welcome Back from Summer Vacation by Ray Weiss...cont. from pg 1 Rabbi Kane will hold another event for children a week earlier, on Friday Aug. 7, when Tot Shabbat resumes at 6 p.m. The Rabbi will tell stories and sing songs with the kids. As for the adults, the temple s Sisterhood is sponsoring an Italian Shabbat dinner on Friday Aug. 22 at 6 p.m. The menu is expected to include spaghetti and meatballs, salad, bread, a vegetable and dessert. The cost is $15. The Sisterhood usually sponsors three or four Shabbat dinners a year. Meanwhile, the Men s Club is planning another temple-wide event, an end-of-summer picnic on the afternoon of Sunday, Sept. 14, possibly at Bicentennial Park in Ormond-by-the-Sea if the site can be booked. Stuart Amols is overseeing the planning of the welcome back from summer event. There will be free hot dogs, soda, and everyone will be encouraged to bring a side dish or dessert, he said of the end-of-season social event. Live M us ic Shabbat b y Ra y We iss... c o n t. f r o m p g 1 She has collaborated in duets and chamber music recitals with several distinguished artists such as Astrid Schween, Steven Doane, Phillip Ying, Kenneth Grant, Charles Castleman, George Taylor, and Bonita Boyd. In August 2009, Rose Grace joined the music department at Bethune-Cookman University in Daytona Beach as an assistant professor of piano. As a full-time faculty member, she also is involved with the music outreach program. Rose Grace holds a BM in Piano Performance and Musicology from the Oberlin Conservatory, OH; an MA in Musicology from the University of Chicago, IL; and a Doctorate in Piano Performance and Literature from the Eastman School of Music, NY.
7 Page 7 Volume 22, Issue 12 JEWISH FEDERATION OF VOLUSIA AND FLAGLER COUNTIES 470 Andalusia Avenue - Ormond Beach, Florida (386) FAX. # (386) Dear Congregants: I am writing this note during July when Israel is at war and needs the support of all Jews. There are moments in life that define us. We don t always get to pick and choose them. They come, often unexpectedly, linger for a time, and then move on. This is one such moment. Speak up now unambiguously, crediblywhile literally millions of Israelis live from one alarm to another. Don t worry. There will be other occasions to voice your ongoing concerns about, and criticisms of, Israel. You know that no other country, neither America nor the European nations nor anyone else, would tolerate volleys of deadly rockets fired at them with the aim of causing murder and mayhem. If you are not aware, you should know that Israeli hospitals, in response to more than 12,000 rockets over the past 14 years alone, continue to provide life-saving medical care for residents of the Gaza Strip. If you read the Hamas Charter and understand the group s goal is not to end Israeli s settlement policy, but Israel, period. Hamas uses civilians in Gaza, including children, as human shields. I hope you are aware that Hamas opposes any Palestinian effort to reach peace with Israel, and will do everything possible to sabotage efforts in that direction. Prioritize your concerns, and, whatever your other issues with Israel might be, its ability to end the deadly attacks now tops the list. We here at the Federation through your donations are proud that the children in Sderot and Nitvot, Israel had our three bomb shelters to go to when the rockets came. You are aware that in 2005 Israel left Gaza, lock, stock, and barrel, in 2005, giving this strip of land the first chance in its history to govern itself. What did they do, but create suicide attacks. No one before Israel, not Egypt, not the British, not the Ottomans, no one, offered Gaza the opportunity that Israel did to chart its own destiny. Please continue to support Israel. This little country who has continually been a benefit to the world, still receives unprecedented criticism. Don't stand idly by - speak up and write about the injustices heaped upon her. This war has been costly and we are sending out an appeal to help Israel in her time of need. The reform and conservative movement have come together with the Jewish Federations in all cities to bring relief to Israel. Please give generously and 100% of all funds donated will go to people in need. Thank you donors for helping the Jewish Federation assist so many people who are in dire need. The Jerry Doliner Food Bank has been a godsend to so many good people. Our school supply program is legendary. Thank you to Abram & Kaplan Foundation for offering the matching grant of $15,000 if we match it in July. As I am writing this in July, I am not quite at the $15,000 mark, but I am confident we will reach our goal. The counselors are the ones who know best which child needs the help. We sent out a urgent appeal to the donors who had contributed before, asking them to contribute what they could afford and were amazed at the fantastic response we received. The High Holidays will be soon be here and we are asking each Temple s Congregants for their High Holiday food appeal to purchase only many of one item. Toilet paper is a must have commodity as well as peanut butter, we are asking you to supply us with these two items. Ray Max works very hard keeping the Food Pantry in operation and he feels that if each Congregation will bring only one of many items, his job will be made easier. We realize that many of you have your own hardships, but thank G-d you have always managed to give back to the less fortunate among us and we feel blessed that you care. Shalom, Dr. Howard Pranikoff, President Gloria Max Executive Director
8 Page 8 The Torah Times Men s Club News by Phil Ringle Congregation B nai Torah Men s Club is open to all Jewish men in our community. The Men s Club is a vehicle for expanding the role of the synagogue in the lives of men, and the role of men in the life of the synagogue. Our mission is to respond to the needs of men in our congregation through social, cultural, educational, and community activities. We welcome you to join and be as active or as non-active as you desire. For some of you it may mean just supporting our initiatives financially by sending in your dues. For others it may mean joining and getting involved by attending meetings, making new connections and helping to make our events successful. Your membership and participation play an important part in our goal to continue our efforts to support the Synagogue and the community in whatever way is needed. The club held its annual organizational meeting on June 9 th, and in addition to electing officers for the upcoming year, proposed several events for this fall. The club voted to host a Welcome Back Picnic for synagogue members and their families on September 14 th and a Dinner Dance on November 8 th. Mark your calendars now for these two major social events. We recognize that there are many other types of events and activities congregants would like to see and we are always open to volunteer speakers and your suggestions for additional programs. So, make a difference in the life of our temple and community and have a good time doing it by joining the Men's Club. Joining is simple, contact the office, Chuck Weisman, or Charlie Moskowitz for a membership application and pay your annual dues of $ Questions about the Men s Club or their activities can be directed to any of our newly elected officers: President Chuck Weisman Treasurer Charlie Moskowitz Secretary Phil Ringle Temple Affairs Norm Feldman Social Activities Steve Marks Community Services Scott Selis and George Selis Selichot Concert and Experience: Featuring Peri Smilow Congregation B nai Torah will be hosting the Selichot Concert and Experience on Saturday, September 20th, featuring Peri Smilow in concert. Don t miss out on this exciting event! Rabbis from area synagogues will be attending the event, including Rabbi Gary Perras, Temple Israel Daytona Beach; Rabbi Zev Sonnenstein, Temple Beth Shalom Palm Coast; Rabbi Reuven Silverman, Temple Israel DeLand; Rabbi Winston Weilheimer, Congregation Beth Shalom Orange City; Rabbi Merrill Shapiro; and Rabbi Howard Schwartz. Registration starts on August 18th. Call the CBT office at or Helena at Please visit Peri s website at for a sample of her beautiful music.
9 Page 9 Volume 22, Issue 12 The Thank You Spot Thank you for all the birthday wishes! - Val Kane A big thank you to all for my birthday wishes and donations to CBT in my honor. - Lea Thank you for all of the birthday cards! - Evelyn Ladua We want to thank everyone for the good wishes and donations made in honor of our grandson, Caleb William Rhodes, and also in honor of our anniversary. - Lisa and Dr. Richard Rhodes On behalf of the family of Frieda Liss, I would like to make a donation to CBT in honor of Charlie Moskowitz for leading Shiva services. Sincerely, Roberta Feldman Thank you to the many who sent good wishes on the occasion of my birthday. I am grateful for your thoughtfulness. - Roberta Feldman A generous donation has been made to CBT Sisterhood by the Feldman Family. - Lea Moskowitz I want to thank all of my CBT friends for their good wishers and donations on the occasion of my 86th birthday. I really appreciated your thoughtfulness. - Caryl Shalett On behalf of my brother, Mark, and myself, thank you to all of you who contributed to and/or prepared the dinner and Shiva trays. We appreciate the thoughtfulness of our B'nai Torah family. - Roberta Feldman The family of Frieda Liss acknowledges the caring of the B'nai Torah family on our recent loss. Everyone who made donations, sent cards, called, prepared and provided food for dinner and the Shiva, set up and cleaned up is greatly appreciated. The short time mom was a member of our community, she enjoyed the Passover Seder, visits from the Rabbi, Val, and Carole Miller, and received a Purim basket from the children of the religious school. Thank you for embracing her. A special thank you to Lea and Charles Moskowitz, Rita Pender, Sema Friedman, and Sherri Armstrong for their time and efforts. -Roberta and Norm Feldman
10 Page 10 1-Bennett Morse 3-Adam Liebman 4-Helen Farb 5-Lisa Rhodes 6-Luke Haberman 10-Rabbi Kane 14-Norm Feldman 16-George Selis The Torah Times August Birthdays and Anniversaries 16-Bonnie Turetsky 29-Vivian Nixon 18-Gary Stanley 31-Regina Stanley 18-Israel Niedzwiecki 1-Myra & Frank Couzo 19-Max Beggelman 19-Suzanne & Dr. Charles Stein 21-Bari Amols 23-Diane & Jack Rohald 24-Dr. David Turetsky 26-Lorraine & Chuck Weisman 26-Esther Morse 31-Sue & Robert Goldberg 29-Ken Haberman Greet Madam President, Bari Amols by Carole Miller Bari Amols is in her third year of co-presidency for Congregation B nai Torah. This is a first for our temple in its 16 year history. Being an original member when the temple was in its infancy at the Senior Center, her husband Stuart was the first president. Bari was the first Religious School Director. The first High Holy Day services were held at the Trails Clubhouse. In 1998, CBT moved to the Renaissance Center on Nova Road. Bari met her husband to be, Stuart on a blind date. Her employer at the time and his employer were friends and made a match. Bari was a paralegal residing in Jericho, N.Y. and Stuart lived in New Hampshire. They dated 6 months and were married in They have three children: David (25), Danielle (22), and Kyla (19). The Amols family moved to Dothan, Alabama in They commuted from there to Cottondale, Florida which is located in the Panhandle. There they worked at a t-shirt factory. The family then moved to the Daytona Beach area in 1996 where Stuart commuted for a year. They (all five of them) resided in a one bedroom apartment with Bogie, a German Shepard mixed breed. They soon moved to a two bedroom apartment. Bari was born in Glen Cove, Long Island, New York but attended school in Plainview, N.Y. and college in Oakdale, N.Y. She likes to read, plays Mah Jongg, and is a member of Hadassah. For the past 15 years, Bari has worked as a cashier in Tomoka Elementary School Cafeteria.
11 Page 11 Volume 22, Issue 12 Birthday and Anniversary Donations Happy Birthday to Bertha Wohl from Eileen and George Selis, Roberta and Norm Feldman, Barbara and Harvey Singer, and Phil and Barbara Ringle Happy Birthday to Roberta Feldman from Carin and Ed Rothberg, Eileen and George Selis, Barbara and Harvey Singer, and Betty Berdichevsky Happy Birthday to Caryl Shalett from Carin and Ed Rothberg, Eileen and George Selis, Roberta and Norm Feldman, Evelyn and Jerry Holt, and Bertha Wohl Happy Birthday to Lea Moskowitz from Carin and Ed Rothberg, Eileen and George Selis, Barbara and Harvey Singer, Betty Berdichevsky, Evelyn and Jerry Holt, Adriana Albanese, and Phil and Barbara Ringle Happy Birthday to Valerie Kane from Carin and Ed Rothberg, Eileen and George Selis, Roberta and Norm Feldman, Barbara and Harvey Singer, Betty Berdichevsky, Adriana Albanese, Phil and Barbara Ringle, and Bertha Wohl Happy Birthday to Jerry Holt from Phil and Barbara Ringle Happy Birthday to Debra Rodensky from Eileen and George Selis, Roberta and Norm Feldman, Barbara and Harvey Singer, and Adriana Albanese Happy Birthday to Miriam Sukenik from Rena Katz Happy Birthday to Sheryl Lipowitz from Barbara and Harvey Singer Happy Birthday to Alan Liebman from Barbara and Harvey Singer Happy Birthday to Mary Beggelman from Barbara and Harvey Singer Happy Birthday to Dr. Stan Beitscher from Barbara and Harvey Singer Happy Birthday to Diane Beitscher from Barbara and Harvey Singer Happy Birthday to Bonnie Berns from Barbara and Harvey Singer Happy Anniversary to Lisa and Dr. Richard Rhodes from Eileen and George Selis, Barbara and Harvey Singer, and Betty Berdichevsky Happy Anniversary to Nancy and Dr. Kenneth Nusbaum from Barbara and Harvey Singer Happy Anniversary to Harriette and Chuck Flavio from Barbara and Harvey Singer Happy Anniversary to Ray and Robin Weiss from Barbara and Harvey Singer Mazel Tov to Barbara and Harvey Singer on the birth of their grandchild. From Roberta and Norm Feldman Mazel Tov to Dr. Richard and Lisa Rhodes on the birth of their grandchild. From Roberta and Norm Feldman and Betty Berdichevsky Yahrzeits: George Berger by Evelyn Ladau Frieda Berger by Evelyn Ladau Erwin Ladau by Evelyn Ladau Jo Ann Singer by Harvey Singer Edward Blankenstein by Evelyn Holt Judge Norton Josephson by Linda Holbert Condolences to Roberta Feldman on the loss of her mother, Frieda Liss. From Eileen and George Selis, Barbara and Harvey Singer, Caryl and Charlie Shalett, Ray and Robin Weiss, Barbara Goldstein, Evelyn and Jerry Holt, Sue and Rob Goldberg, Phil and Barbara Ringle, Bertha Wohl, and Lisa and Dr. Richard Rhodes Emmanuel Ehrlich by Mary Lande Mildred Gordon by Sue Abel Harriet Goldstein Greenhut by Marcia Goldstein Irene Rotstein by Dr. Jack Rotstein David Katz by Mike Katz
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14 Page 14 Rabbi s Reminders: Don t forget to sign up for our stellar variety of prayer, social, and volunteer opportunities: Remember to sign up for Minyans in Motion. For more information contact Helena at Fri, August 8: Tot Shabbat 6 pm Fri, August 15: Live Music Shabbat feat. Rose Grace 7:30 pm Sun, August 17: Sunday School Open House (Including High School) 10 am Fri, August 22: Italian Shabbat Dinner 6 pm Sat, Sept. 20: Selichot Experience and Concert with Peri Smilow Sun, Sept. 21: Temple Mitzvah CBT Grounds Clean-up 10 am We re on the web: mybnaitorah.com Phone: Fax: N. Nova Rd Ormond Beach, FL First Class Mail Notes from Rabbi S. David Kane This will probably be remembered among the Jewish people as the summer of the war with Hamas. As a regular reader of Israeli newspapers, I have to share with you that nearly the entire Israeli spectrum of opinion feels that this war is necessary. Not only necessary, but in some quarters, it started right on time. In previous conflicts with Hamas, the Israeli military never encountered situations which surprised them. This conflict has revealed that Hamas was preparing for the slaughter of Jewish civilians though their tunnel network scheduled for Rosh Hashanah. It is hard for the vast spectrum of Israelis to put their compassion for Palestinian civilians ahead of danger to Israeli civilians. Still, Jewish people are unaccustomed to advocating war. Each time the IDF engages with terrorists, who plan their strategy based on sacrificing innocent civilians from their own population, innocent civilians do indeed get killed. After the first innocent civilian is killed, in order to prevent harm to Israelis, Jews all over the world are forced to harden our hearts; when we do so, we create tension within ourselves. We all remember during Passover Seder, that we remove drops of wine, the symbol of joy, as we recite the Ten Plagues because our joy at victory is reduced by the suffering of innocent Egyptians. This is not the first time that Israel has faced some form of Arab madness. Perhaps, I can remind you of a quote from Golda Meir, We can forgive the Arabs for killing our children. We cannot forgive them for forcing us to kill their children. We will only have peace with the Arabs when they love their children more than they hate us. And so, Jews all around the world will pray for the madness to end, for Israel's safety, for the Palestinian people to turn their resources toward benefiting their own children, and for lasting peace.
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Kol Nidre Appeal 5778 by Sidney Mathias As I came to the synagogue tonight I looked up to the sky. I also walked around our synagogue building. I am here to report that contrary to rumors we are hearing,
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