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1 Kol Shalom Congregation Ohabai Sholom - February 2010 A.-J. Levine Lecture Series Wednesdays at 7:00 p.m. Correcting Misunderstandings & Celebrating our Common Past February 10 th Gender: What were Jewish women s lives like in early Judaism? How did the incorrect view of early Judaism develop? February 17 th Theology: The Old Testament Days of Wrath vs. the New Testament Deity of Love. How did this false but popular theological claim develop? February 24 th Law: How does a more accurate understanding of first-century Jewish practices & beliefs both correct unfortunate sterotypes & serve to inspire both Jews & Christians today? Dr. Amy-Jill Levine, prominent Jewish New Testament scholar, is E. Rhodes and Leona B. Carpenter Professor of New Testament Studies at Vanderbilt University Divinity School, Department of Religious Studies, and Graduate Department of Religion. Dr. Levine is a prolific writer and contributor to professional journals. A self-described "Yankee Jewish feminist who teaches in a predominantly Protestant divinity school in the buckle of the Bible Belt," Levine combines historical-critical rigor, literary-critical sensitivity, and a frequent dash of humor with a commitment to eliminating anti-jewish, sexist, and homophobic theologies. 1

2 We continue to celebrate the wonderful year of learning opportunities at The Temple, including a series of very special lectures by guest scholars and Rabbis to our community. In recent months, we ve had Rabbi Michael Klein-Katz speak to us about religious pluralism in the state of Israel. We have heard Rabbi Burt Schueman describe Jewish life in Warsaw, Poland, including the dramatic success story of Beit Warzawa, the liberal congregation now flourishing in that city. Tina Wasserman, author of the new Jewish cookbook Entree to Judaism, shared her wonderful stories about the origins and evolution of Jewish cuisine around A Message from Rabbi Schiftan the world. Tim Wise, author of the book White like Me offered his honest assessments of race relations in this country, as well as in our own community. All of this, in addition to a regular series of ongoing classes here at The Temple. I would like to invite you to participate in two more extraordinary opportunities for Jewish Learning in February and March. I am delighted to inform you that Dr. A-J Levine, professor of New Testament studies at Vanderbilt University, will be with us once again this year for what has become an annual tradition for our congregation. On the evenings of February 10, 17, and 24 from 7-8pm, Dr. Levine will be speaking on the topic Jewish-Christian Relations: Correcting Misunderstandings and Celebrating Our Common Past. Her command of the subject matter, combined with her outstanding sense Two Innovative Opportunities for Learning of humor and capacity for dramatic expression, should make for another wonderful year in this evolving series. Please invite your non-jewish neighbors and friends to join with you and us during these three evenings in February here at The Temple. Finally, please set aside the weekend of March 5-7 for our Scholar-in-Residence weekend with Professor Rifat Sonsino. He is without question a leading scholar in the area of Jewish Theology. Members of his family are part of this congregation and have allowed us the rare opportunity to have him come speak in our congregation. Further details can be found in this month s Kol Shalom. We look forward to having you with us as we continue another exciting and meaningful year of Jewish study and reflection together. A friend of mine called me the other day and asked if we could meet and talk about something she was interested in working on for Temple. When we sat down, she presented a carefully researched plan of how she would tackle this particular issue. She was clear in what she wanted to accomplish and determined to make it happen. I told her that she is a President s Dream! A volunteer who has an idea and is willing to find a way to make it work. A congregant who recognizes the value and importance of improving our spiritual home. As I told her, I am always happy to do what I can to help volunteers feel fulfilled and successful in their endeavors for The Temple. There are so many things that would not happen here were it not for our volunteers. And speaking of volunteers, the Temple Arts Festival (TAF) is just The Value of Giving around the corner. On April 10 th and 11 th, we will, once again, welcome artists from around the country as we turn the building into an art gallery. Volunteers have been hard at work making the preliminary plans for this, our main fundraiser. But more volunteers will be needed to work both the week leading up to the Festival, as well as during and after the event occurs. You will, no doubt, hear from those people who are in charge of recruiting volunteers (volunteers themselves!) in the weeks to come. I hope you will consider working a shift ( or two or three). It is a great way to meet people, see beautiful art, and help make this year s Festival a success. Another equally important way to make TAF a success is to support it financially. I have already begun talking to the members of the Board of Trustees (all volunteers!) about this. I have reminded them that because this is our major fundraiser, my hope is that each member make some financial contribution to TAF. I am hoping for 100% participation among Board members. I would be remiss if I did by Patty Marks not ask every member of the congregation to consider a contribution to our fundraiser. As I told the Board, we would welcome any contribution that you feel you can make. If what you can afford is $10, we would be happy to accept your $10. I sometimes hear that people feel like all we ever do at Temple is ask for money. I disagree. We do so much more. We have services, classes, exhibits, celebrations, namings, B nai Mitzvahs, weddings, funerals, Consecrations, Confirmations. We console the bereaved, take healing shawls to the sick, house the homeless all winter, and on and on. If you think that all we do is ask for money, the only thing you aren t paying is attention. Like every organization, school or club, we have a fundraiser in addition to dues. It is our only major fundraiser. And I hope you will consider making a contribution. There are many ways to give to our Temple home, and all are appreciated. 2

3 Celebrate Purim Come in Costume to this Funfilled Festive Service Friday, February 26 th at 5:45 p.m. Dinner will follow the Purim Rock Service Topsy Turvy Purim Style Brisket & Blintzes, Dinner & Breakfast Your check is your reservation. Mail your check or the form to: The Temple, Attn: Dinner Reservations, 5015 Harding Road, Nashville, TN Please RSVP no later than Monday, February 22 nd Name: Phone: # of Adults x $15 # of Children x $5 (ages 3-11) Total Enclosed 3

4 S H A R I N G O U R L I V E S Bat Mitzvah Madeline Levy February 13, :00 a.m. Madeline was born on February 19, 1997 in Nashville. Her parents are Jeanmarie Stalma and Bob Levy. Her grandparents are Albina and the late John F. Stalma of Owego, New York and Natalie and the late S. Donald Levy of Nasvhille. Madeline is in seventh grade at University School of Nashville. Her special interests include horseback riding, animal advocacy, music, and knitting. Welcome to the following new members Courtney Leach & Andrew Perlmutter We are glad you are a part of our Temple Family! Congregational News Congratulations to Morgan Zigelsky on being named All Mid-State Girls Soccer Player of the Year, being named to the 2009 NSCAA/Adidas High School All-American Team. Morgan was also a member of the USA Maccabi Soccer team that won a silver medal this summer in Israel. She is the daughter of Jackie and Jack Zigelsky. Mazel Tov to Anita & Howard Taradash on the birth of their granddaughter, Amelia Isabelle. She is the daughter of Lana Faye Taradash & Adam Scheiner, and little sister of Madeline Jean. Her great grandmother is Frieda Freedman. Steven Gates Cohn of Dallas, grandson of Paul and Sis Cohn is engaged to Shannon Mitchell of Longview Texas. The wedding will take place in Dallas on July 31 st. Mazel Tov! Sincere Sympathy The Temple mourns the loss of the following members and extends condolences to their families. Clare Loventhal - December 29, 2010 Shepard Schwartz - January 4, 2010 Sydney Weiss - January 13,2010 The Temple family extends condolences to the following members who have lost loved ones: Audrey Arkovitz(Roger Small), on the death of her father, Arnold Arkovitz Lynn (Arthur) Fleischer on the loss of her sister, Carol Rothrock 4 The Temple's Fifth Fantastically Interesting and Fun Women's Retreat! Gratitude, Grace & Growth ~ Led by Rabbi Shana Mackler If you've always wanted to go, this is the year to try it out! Newcomers warmly welcomed, old friends happily received. February 19 th - 21 st Drouillard House, Cumberland Furnace, TN Cost: $ Includes room, meals & materials Your check is your reservation. Call Now To Sign Up! Reservations must be received by February 5 th! Call Nancy ( ) for information or to make reservations

5 FURTHER YOUR INTEREST Save the Date... February 10 th at 12:00 p.m. "My Catskills Summer" a new musical written and produced by Jay Kholos Have you ever been to the Catskills? Have you ever Wanted to visit the Catskills? Here's your opportunity to live or re-live it, as Jay Kholos brings some of his stars to Temple to present excerpts and songs from this Broadway-bound show. Lunches provided by Goldie Shepard at a cost of $12. For more information contact Mimi Klein ( ) Reservations are required & can be made by calling: Shirley Greenfield ( ), Rusty Groffman ( ), Claire Kahane ( ), Betsy Chernau ( ), Gretchen Goldstein ( ), Robb McCluskey ( ) We hope you will join us.... New Member Brunch The Temple Book Club Meeting time is 10:00 AM February 21 st - Read & plan to join us to discuss Gourmet Rhapsody, by Muriel Barbery Sunday, February 28 th at 9:30 a.m. Welcoming the newest members of our Temple Family! We are so glad you joined us! A TASTE OF JUDAISM: ARE YOU CURIOUS? A Taste of Judaism is a three-week course designed to cover three topics: God, Torah and Klal Yisrael (community). This program gives students a taste of what is absolutely delicious about Judaism, whetting the appetite for more. This series will be held at the Gordon Jewish Community Center and taught by the full palette of rabbis in our Nashville Community on the following Tuesdays, 7:00-8:30 pm: February 16: God (with Rabbis Rice, Rothstein and Rose) February 23: Torah (with Rabbis Mackler, Rice and Teichtel ) March 2: Klal Yisrael (with Rabbis Schiftan and Strosberg) This class is free of charge and open to the entire community. March 28 th - Read & plan to join us to discuss Lacuna, by Barbara Kingsolver For more information, contact Heidi Silver or Mark Schoenfield ( ) or check our website: 5

6 H A P P E N I N G A T T E M P L E February 2 nd Tom McBride 11:30 a.m. at The Temple February 16 th Bill Sleeter Join us for lunch, entertainment & fun! To RSVP, please call Anna Sir ( ) Mussar Mindfulness Saturday, Striving for December the Best Within 5 at 10:00 Ourselves, a.m. Guided by Jewish Wisdom & Contemporary Practices Wednesday February 2 nd at 7:15 p.m. For more information, please call Martin Sir, , or David Barton, ~Congregant Gallery~ Meeting Room A Our featured congregant artist is Olivia Newman whose paintings on silk are currently on display and will continue thru February 21 st. Marion Katz s water color paintings exhibit will follow, from February 24 th thru March 21 st. The Temple Playschool welcomes all Temple families to the Annual Spaghetti Dinner, Silent Auction & Entertainment by Farmer Jason The Silent Auction will feature gift certificates for restaurants and spas, gifts and more! Sunday, March 7 th 5:00-7:00 p.m. The Temple Social Hall Reserve your tickets at the Playschool office, or pay at the door. All proceeds will benefit the Temple Playschool. 6

7 Attention Young Adults Come check out the scene Contact Rabbi Goldstein Mackler ( ) for additional details Next Dor Event February 27 th Purim, Poker, and Play Next Dor Game Night... Watch for Details! 7 th Grade Yearly Tzedakah Project (all funds raised are for the Campus for Human Development) Chocolate Covered Matzah Pre-Order Form $15.00 per Pound $10.00 per ½ Pound (in a special gift box) $8.00 per ½ Pound (no gift box) Name Phone I wish to order pounds of Mini Matzah at $15.00 per pound. I wish to order ½ pound gift boxes of Mini Matzah at $10.00 per ½ pound. I wish to order ½ pound bags of Mini Matzah at $8.00 per ½ pound. Orders will be ready & available to pick up anytime after March 25 th. We invite you to participate in The Temple Blood Drive Sunday, February 7 th beginning at 9:00 a.m. Last appointment at 1:00 p.m. "Please respond positively, if you can, when a volunteer calls you to donate." You can also Join the Bone Marrow Donor Registry......by completing a registration form with your contact information, health history and signed agreement to join the registry, and by performing a quick swab of your cheek. You must be years old and in good general health. You can help, even if you cannot be a bone marrow donor by making a tax-deductible donation to help pay for tissue typing costs. Remember, your commitment to donate if called is very important, but you do have the right to change your mind. Who pays for donation expenses? Donors never pay for donating, and are never paid to donate. More information is available via brochure at The Temple or by visiting Contact Carol Fradkin, or for additional information. 7

8 Annual Purim Carnival Sunday, February 28 th New Activities & Games for Older Students (students will be dismissed to the carnival following Religious School - approximately 10:30 a.m.) Food Pre-order so you can create your own tye-dye tee! $10 each Hamentashen for Sale Silent Auction Games Arts & Crafts Tickets may be purchased in advance during Religious School Pre-Purchase 5 for $1.00 or at the door - 25 each Shalach Manot-The Giving of Gifts Each student is asked to bring ONE item for his or her grades contribution, by theme, to our gift baskets. 8 Please bring all donations to the Religious School office by February 22nd Kindergarten Toddler Toys for Mordechai s House 1 st grade Passover in Persia (Passover Items) 2 nd grade Haman s First Aid Basket (First Aid Items) 3 rd grade Vashti s Vacation Beach Party (Items for the Beach) 4 th grade Esther s Date Night with the King (Items to Use on a Date i.e. movie tickets, etc.) 5 th grade Palace Pets (Pet Items) 6 th grade Shushan s Garden Supplies 7 th grade Graggers Sportsplex (Sports Equipments) 8 th grade Esther s Italian Eatery (Italian Foods) 9 th grade Adar-13 Games for 13 Nights (Family Games, i.e. cards, dominoes, etc.)

9 Three Star Report Card By Jan Huettner P L A Y S C H O O L The Temple Playschool recently received a formal notification from the state of Tennessee that we are once again a three star designated program. Three stars indicate that according to the state department of human services, the Temple Playschool represents the highest standard of care. This certification is based on the following criteria: director qualifications, professional development, compliance history, parent/family involvement, ratio and group size, staff compensation, program assessment, and business management. It is a very thorough process and we are always gratified and relieved when the evaluation has been completed. This team effort is a reflection of the dedicated teaching staff and the administration that work each day to provide the educational and developmental skills that are needed so that our young students will become independent and socially adjusted. We congratulate all of our teachers and our current students and parents for their continued support and participation in our program. We will continue to work and make improvements in our center to meet the challenging times ahead as we start a new decade. Family Day Programs at Temple Playschool (above)ms. Deidre and Rabbi Mackler lead Shabbat blessings. (left)ms. Edith during Family Day Shabbat. (above)ms. Kia releases butterflies outside to "set them free" for Passover. (below)ms. Molly has an indoor picnic with the children from Toddler 2. (left) Children and teachers gather together to bless the challah on Friday mornings. 9

10 W.E.L.L. Cooking Event Featuring Tina Wasserman Tina Wasserman with the W.E.L.L. Group Edith Schiftan, Patty Marks, Tina Spielberg, Nancy Richardson & Audrey Richardson Above left: Hannah Gritzak, Nancy Richardson, Audrey Richardson, Edith Schiftan & Patty Marks. Above right: Leah Caplan & Sherry Haber. Below left: Patty Marks & Rabbi Mackler. Below right: Judit Pap & Tina Wasserman 10

11 February Birthdays Lauren Samuels 2/1 Marco Fernandez 2/2 Abigail Wolf 2/2 Rebecca Novick 2/3 Don Rubin 2/3 Philip Russ 2/3 Edward Sachs 2/3 Anita Taradash 2/3 Joseph Tomichek 2/3 David Bloom 2/4 Isabelle Cohen 2/4 Mary Goldman 2/4 Norman Lustig 2/4 Jeffrey Greenfield 2/5 Stacy Wiatrak 2/5 Julie Kramer 2/6 M.I. Lusky Jr. 2/6 Blossom Averbuch 2/7 Michael Gold 2/7 Jon Halprin 2/7 Lisa Goldstein 2/8 Alan Turk 2/8 Craig Israel 2/9 Jeff Jacobs 2/9 Leslie Stillman 2/9 Alexander Evrenson 2/10 John Gimesh 2/10 Ralph Kornman 2/10 Thomas Vandever 2/10 Gary Davis 2/11 Robert Gordon 2/11 Judith Inman 2/11 Jamie Katseff 2/11 Rachel Kirby 2/11 Pat Snyder 2/11 Jodi Hill 2/12 Jan Liff 2/12 Loren Elliot 2/13 Randy Fox 2/13 Cindee Gold 2/13 Ceci Sachs 2/13 Karen Shaffer 2/13 Francine Lenter 2/14 Diane May 2/14 Sarah Starr 2/14 Marjorie Zager 2/14 Lois Held 2/15 Eli W. Jacobs 2/15 Trenda Klinsky 2/15 Rita Garfinkel 2/16 Donna Schwaber 2/16 Katherine Stone 2/16 Sidney Wright 2/16 Lauren Brinkley-Rubinstein 2/17 James Marks 2/17 Norman Davis 2/18 Sheri Millman 2/18 Peter Weiss 2/18 Mitchell Wiatrak 2/18 Annie Solomon 2/19 Joanne Bregman 2/21 Stephanie Freudenthal 2/21 Michael Rosen 2/21 Bernerd Krohn 2/22 Rachel Slowey 2/22 Joyce Vise 2/22 Paul Edelman 2/23 Allyson Krebs 2/23 Stephen Riven 2/23 Andrew Sacks 2/23 Dalih Suchet 2/23 Jeffrey Eskind 2/24 Judi Fox 2/24 Susan Foxman 2/24 Sanford Harris 2/24 Olivia Newman 2/24 Steven Sewell 2/24 Lisa Turk 2/24 Ronald Wilker 2/24 Rubin Ratkin 2/25 Howard Taradash 2/25 Nancy Bednowitz 2/26 Elise Steiner 2/26 Patricia Straus 2/26 Ashley Tomichek 2/26 Jeffrey Caplan 2/27 Joel Morris 2/27 Mark Abkowitz 2/28 Shirley Greenfield 2/29 Best wishes to All for a Happy & Healthy Year! AN ART SHOW LIKE NO OTHER SATURDAY - APRIL 10 TH 5:30-6:30 PM - C OLLECTORS A DMISSION ($250 AND UP PER PERSON) 6:30-8:00 PM - P ATRONS A DMISSION ($125 TO $249 PER PERSON) 8:00-10:00 PM - GRAND OPENING ($15.00 PER PERSON - DESSERT & WINE RECEPTION) SUNDAY - APRIL 11 TH 9:00 AM - 5:30 PM OPEN TO THE PUBLIC (FREE ADMISSION) WATCH FOR DETAILS - ART AUCTION - 7:15-8:00 PM 11

12 KNOW SOMEONE IN THE HOSPITAL? SOMEONE WHO S DEALING WITH A LOSS OR IS CELEBRATING A SIMCHA? WE RELY ON YOU TO LET US KNOW INFORM THE CARING CONNECTION DUE TO PRIVACY PROTECTION, THE TEMPLE DOES NOT RECEIVE HOSPITAL LISTS. CONTACT NANCY RICHARDSON or Attention Seniors!!! We want you... Come to Temple Programs. No Ride? Temple will provide. Let us hear from you. Call Marjorie Zager ( ) 48 hours in advance. Services~Chevrah Torah~W.E.L.L. Golden Lunch Bunch~F.Y.I.~Adult Ed RABBI RIFAT SONSINO RABBI SONSINO WILL JOIN US THE WEEKEND OF MARCH 5-7 FOR THE FOLLOWING: MARCH 5 TH SHABBAT SERVICES: ANCIENT JEWISH MYTHS: DID MOSES HAVE HORNS? MARCH 6 TH CHEVRAH TORAH: WHAT HAPPENS AFTER I DIE? MARCH 7 TH RELIGIOUS SCHOOL: THE LIES MY RELIGIOUS SCHOOL TEACHERS TOLD ME. Rabbi Rifat Sonsino is the Rabbi Emeritus of Temple Beth Shalom, Needham, MA. and an adjunct professor at Boston College s Theology Department. He earned a degree in law from the University of Istanbul, Turkey, in 1959, and received his rabbinic ordination in 1966 from the Hebrew Union College Jewish Institute of Religion. Rabbi Sonsino holds a PhD in Bible and ancient Near Eastern studies, and his articles on Bible and Judaica have appeared in a number of scholarly journals. He wrote the book Motive Clauses in Hebrew Law and co-authored the books Finding God: Selected Responses; What Happens After I Die? Jewish Views of Life After Death; Six Jewish Spiritual Paths; The Many Faces of God: A Reader of Modern Jewish Theologies; and Did Moses Really Have Horns? And Other Myths About Jews and Judaism. Rabbi Sonsino was the editor of the CCAR Journal from 1997 to In 1991, the Hebrew Union College Jewish Institute of Religion bestowed upon Rabbi Sonsino an honorary doctorate in recognition of his 25 years in the Rabbinate. Progressive Dinner a Success The following couples enjoyed the Next Dor January 16 th event! Laurie & Dan Aronoff Shana & Jon Dowell Jessica & Jason Gichner Erin & John Herbst Kristen Yanchak & Jeff Hirsh Karen & Jeff Kammer Rachel & Darrell Kirby Traci & Lance Kugler Shana & James Mackler April & Jim Renegar Melissa & Edward Rittenberg Lauren & Brett Shapiro Michele & Jeff Sonsino Dalih & Kenny Suchet Jamie & Lankford Wade Amy Smith & Alex Wolfe 12

13 Beautification Fund Memory of John Uhlmann Joe and Judith Barker Memory of Richard Zeitlin Barbara Schwartz Recovery of Bettye Melman Barbara Schwartz Hank Brooks Campership Fund Memory of Carl Boettger Alecia & Michael Fair Memory of Herschel Katzman Louise Katzman Memory of Bob Taylor Alecia & Michael Fair Arthur Lee Goldner, M.D. Judaica Artist & Healing Arts Fund Memory of Evelyn Miller Norma Neaderthalerly Beverly & Jimmy Small Golden Agers Fund Anniversary of Bert & Marge Eisner Mitchell and Margie Astren Honor of Beverly & Jimmy Small being named Philanthropist of the Year Murray and Isabelle Cohen Marjorie Zager Memorial Fund Memory of Alice Moses Martin and Jayne Bubis Memory of Berthold Moses Theresa Lapidus Memory of Ida Solow Stanley and Beatrice Renas Memory of Henry Wolkoff Maurice and Joy Karr Estelle Small Post Confirmation Fund Memory of Donald Benjamin Jack and Jo Ellen Couch Gerda Lowenstein Caring & Concern Fund Memory of Christopher Feinstein Daniel and Joanne Bregman Memory of Elaine Fuldauer Marvin Bubis Memory of Bob Gluck Marvin Bubis Memory of Evelyn Miller Jack and Jo Ellen Couch Memory of Richard Zeitlin Mitchell and Margie Astren Robert and Miriam Mamlin Appreciation of Mitzie Russell Mark and Rita Doyne Donald E. Jacobs Student Loan Fund Memory of Elaine Fuldauer Manuel and Gloria Sir Memory of Julius Jacobs Kenneth and Ellen Jacobs Memory of Richard Zeitlin Kenneth and Ellen Jacobs Appreciation of Hannah & Morton Cooper Kenneth and Ellen Jacobs Appreciation of Rabbi Mark Schiftan Kenneth and Ellen Jacobs Birthday of Ellen Jacobs Manuel and Gloria Sir Stanley and Betsy Chernau Ralph Z. Levy Library Fund Memory of Seth Ratkin Rubin and Annette Ratkin Memory of Raul Santiago David and Ellen Levy Memory of Billie Swasey David and Ellen Levy Anniversary of Annette & Rubin Ratkin David and Ellen Levy Library Fund Birthday of Eleanor Hersh Annette Eskind, Religious School Enrichment Fund Appreciation of Lynda Gutcheon Bruce and Dalese Levy Lee & Theresa Kuhn Social Action Fund Memory of Evelyn Miller Selma Goldstein Cantor Gutcheon s Discretionary Fund Appreciation of Cantor Gutcheon Rita & Mark Doyne Dalese & Bruce Levy The Klinsky Family Monie & Alvin Meyer Memory of Miriam Trachtman Diane & Sy Trachtman Memory of Randy Falk Rabbi & Edna Falk Rabbi Mackler s Discretionary Fund Memory of Randy Falk Rabbi & Edna Falk Rabbi Schiftan s Discretionary Fund Memory of Randy Falk Rabbi & Edna Falk Memory of Shepard Schwartz Mr. & Mrs. Edwin B. Raskin This report reflects donations that have been acknowledged as of December 31 th January Yahrzeits Received After Publication Dr. Mortimer Bader (husband) by Pauline Bader Ruth Blankstein by Roger & Barbara Blankstein Sydney Blankstein by Roger & Barbara Blankstein Larwrence Blum (hus b and) by Joan Shayne Louis (Hank) Brooks III (nephew) by Louise Katzman Frances Comins by Thomas & Louise Vandever Freda Diamond by Peggy Smirnow Ellis Dobson By Julius & Ellise Falkoff Frances Fradkin by Gary & Carol Fradkin Fedora Small Frank by Stanley & Phyllis Frank Curt Freudenthal (husband) by Theresa Lapidus Freda Gilbert By Pauline Bader Hannah Goldstein (grandmother) by Randall & Gretchen Goldstein Betty Jacobs (aunt) Alvin Zager Irving Juvelier (husband) by Julienne Juvelier Jean Goetz Mamlin by Robert & Miriam Mamlin Ben Melman by Bettye Melman Julius Zoll Miller by Jack & Dorothy Miller Harvey Rubin (brother) by Martin & Sheila Schott Sol Schott by Martin & Sheila Schott Alex Shayne (father-in-law) by Joan Shayne Herbert Shayne (husband) by Joan Shayne Betty Silverman by Roger & Barbara Blankstein Sam Sir by Manuel & Gloria Sir Leonard Smith (grandfather) by Amy Smith & Alexander Wolfe Peggy Stein by Dudley & Peggy Richter Sam Teitelbaum (uncle) Bettye Melman Nathan Tobin by Leonard & Shirley Greenfield Nat Weise by Robert and Miriam Mamlin Pearl Wolfe by Lawrence & Sally Wolfe 13

14 Kaddish & Yahrzeit Kaddish will be recited in memory of these loved ones: February 5 & 6 February 12 & 13 February 19 & 20 February 26 & 27 Elinor Addlestone Samuel Cassell by Anabel Cassell Rose Cohen David Eisenstein Richard Feinstein Tim Feldman (son) by Phyllis Katzoff Sarah Fenichel Phyllis Fiedler Simon Ghertner (grandfather) by Frank & Barbara Ghertner Jack & Dorothy Miller Joseph Gilbert Sr. Alan Glick Dorothy Greenberg by Brenda Rosenblum Nathan Greenfield by Leonard & Shirley Greenfield John G. Herzfeld Fred Kahn Chaje Libby Kaplan Samuel Karr Frada Kessler Gus Kornman, Sr. Harry Krug Barbara Jacobs Kuhn by Gus & Elaine Kuhn Irwin & Diane Kuhn Davine Levison Bella Perlman Claire Reinheimer David Rose Emma Griliche Schneider May Werthan Shayne (cousin) by Joan Shayne Robert Snyder Leah F. Sonnenfield (great-aunt) by Frank & Barbara Ghertner Jack & Dorothy Miller Matilda Speiser Louis Tepper Anne Weinberger (aunt) by Anabel Cassell Lenore Winner Abe Zimmerman Murray Bender (husband) by Janet Bender Melvin L. Case Fannye Cohen John M. Eisman Gussie Feinsmith Irene Goldman Muriel Kingsbury Hudson Monnie I. Lusky, Sr. Henry K. Lustig Melvin Miller Kenneth Parrish Philip Robinson Joseph H. Schwartz Edward Schwartz (great-uncle) by Michael & Lisa Shmerling Joseph Steine Frances Sturm Niki Uhlig Henry D. Weinbaum (grandfather) by James & Bernita Brown Martin R. Alexander Sandy Apolinsky Mayme Bissinger Anna R. Brodsky (sister) by Marvin Rosenblum Boris J. Brooks (brother) by Louise Katzman George Burrus Adolph D. Cohn by Roger & Esther Cohn Albert S. Elias Blanche Fensterwald (mother-in-law) by Robert Eisenstein Joseph Gilbert Jr. Phillip Glazer Yetta Guthman Held Ray Streng Hellman Charline Hirsbrunner (sister) by Wilma Koenig Irwin M. Jacobs (grandfather) by Gus & Elaine Kuhn Irwin & Diane Kuhn Paula Kahn Sadye Marks Kornman (grandmother) by Judy Cahn Anne Logan Rose L. Loventhal Charles B.H. Loventhal Sydney Maislin Sarah Martin Marie Mayhan Paul Miller by Gary & Carol Fradkin Max Miller Rachel Olsky Heloise Kaufman Pfeifer Greta Rosenberg Sidney Rosenblum Joseph Schwartz Hattye Bubis Beulah H. Cohen Paul S. Cohn., Sr. Betty Eisen Hattie Jean Falk Sylvia Goldman Jean Ann Grubbs (sister) by Howard & Betty Lee Rosen Ethel Seligman Halpern Miriam Weinstein Israel Mabel Jacobs (grandmother) by Gus & Elaine Kuhn Irwin & Diane Kuhn Milton H. Kornman Blanche Kornman Henrietta Mellow Kurt Rose Mamie Rubenstein Philip Rudderman Diana Nelson Safdie Oscar Tannenbaum Robert S. Weil, Sr. Miriam Kuhn Weinstein by Howard & Betty Lee Rosen Paul Weinstein, Sr. Eva Weisberg Elmer D. Weiss Rachael Woller Sam Woller Rae Zimmerman 14

15 February 2010 Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday :00 PM Social Action Committee Meeting 11:30 AM. Golden Lunc h Bunch 2:00 PM Knit ting & Crocheting Group 6:30 PM Adult Hebrew 7:15 PM Mussar Mindfulness 6:00 PM JACS 6:00 PM Post Con 7:00 PM Adult Ed 7:00 PM Gesher Committee 11:30 AM. Lunch & Tal k 11:45 AM. Playschool Advisory Committee 12:00 PM. Women's Torah Study 1:30 PM Mah Jongg 7:30 PM Shabbat Service 9:30 AM Chevrah Torah 11:00 AM Shabbat Service Room in the Inn 4:15 PM Mid-Week Hebrew :00 AM Blood Drive 9:30 AM. Religious School 11:30 AM. Sr. Temple Yo uth 2:00 PM Knit ting & Crocheting Group 4:00 PM. Executive Committee 6:30 PM Adult Hebrew 7:00 PM Playschool Parent Committee 12:00 PM FYI 6:00 PM JACS 6:00 PM Post Con 7:00 PM. Communications Committee Meeting 7:00 PM A.-J. Levine Lecture Series 11:30 AM. Lunch & Tal k 12:00 PM. Women's Torah Study 1:30 PM Mah Jongg 7:30 PM Shabbat Service 9:30 AM Chevrah Torah 11:00 AM Shabbat Service Bat Mitzvah/Madeline Levy Room in the Inn 4:15 PM Mid-Week Hebrew :30 AM. Religious School 11:30 AM. Golden Lunc h Bunch 2:00 PM Knit ting & Crocheting Group 6:30 PM Adult Hebrew 6:00 PM JACS 6:00 PM Post Con 7:00 PM A.-J. Levine Lecture Series 11:30 AM. Lunch & Tal k 12:00 PM. Women's Torah Study 1:30 PM Mah Jongg 5:45 PM Family Service (w/jr. Choir) 9:30 AM Chevrah Torah 11:00 AM Shabbat Service 7:00 PM Board Meeting 4:30 PM Cemetery Committee Room in the Inn 4:15 PM Mid-Week Hebrew Women's Retreat :30 AM. Religious School 10:00 AM Book Club 11:30 AM. Sr. Temple Yo uth 2:00 PM Knit ting & Crocheting Group 6:30 PM Adult Hebrew 6:00 PM JACS 6:00 PM Post Con 7:00 PM A.-J. Levine Lecture Series 11:30 AM. Lunch & Tal k 12:00 PM. Women's Torah Study 1:30 PM Mah Jongg 5:45 PM. Purim Service & Dinner 9:30 AM Chevrah Torah 11:00 AM Shabbat Service Next Dor - Purim, Poker & Play Women's Retreat Room in the Inn 4:15 PM Mid-Week Hebrew 28 9:30 AM. Religious School 9:30 AM New Member Brunch 10:30 AM. Purim Carnival January S M T W T F S March S M T W T F S Purim 15

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