April 2017 Nisan Iyar 5777 parksynagogue org Offices School Friday Evening Services 27500 Shaker Boulevard Pepper Pike OH 44124 216 371 2244 facebook com parksyn Shabbat Morning Evening Services 3300 Mayfield Road Cleveland Heights OH 44118 THE HIDDEN MESSAGE OF THE AFIKOMAN A MESSAGE FROM RABBI SKOFF W e break the middle matza on the Seder plate into two uneven pieces one larger and one smaller We hide the larger piece of matza until later in the Seder when it is searched for by the children and presented back to the adults It is called the Afikoman and once it is found it becomes our last course of the meal Children are given a special place in this ritual if they don t find the Afikoman for us to eat we can t finish the Seder Prizes are given out to those who find the hidden piece of matza A child s game Hardly Why is there no blessing recited before eating the Afikoman There is a blessing recited for every other ritual act at the Seder When we bless the wine wash our hands eat parsley eat the bitter herbs Yet there is no blessing recited when we break the middle matza or later when we eat the larger piece of it And why do we break the matza unevenly and only hide the larger of the two pieces Not only the Afikoman but also the true message of this ritual is hidden and must be revealed The matza is broken because brokenness represents incompletion Our society is not whole Our relationships are not healthy There is much work to be done to create a just society The past redemption of our people from bondage in Egypt is not meant as a history lesson a redemption from long ago in a country far far away The Afikoman is directed toward the redemption that has not yet occurred a redemption in the future To end the distrust the rudeness the bifurcation of society the xenophobia There is fear and poverty today There is anger and blaming and lying today The larger piece of matza is hidden representing the redemption not yet achieved It will be greater and larger than even the redemption from Egypt in the past The broken Afikoman is telling us Do not bury your thoughts and your spirit only in history Do not think that there is nothing to be done today The saving of this society must still be accomplished There is no blessing recited because you only bless immediately before the action is taken and sadly redemption is still far away And that is why this greater piece of matza must be found by the children The next generation must absorb a sense of responsibility and do its part The hidden larger matza the promise of the future is greater than the achievements of the past We have to wake up the children if they have fallen asleep to find the Afikoman in order to seek the future redemption And we have to wake ourselves Now we are slaves next year may we be free persons Passover information inside Page 3 Family Model Seders Congregational Seder Kosher for Passover Dinner Men s Club KFP Poker Dinner Seder Hotline Page 4 Passover service schedule all at Park EAST Page 10 Passover Guide Page 11 Hag Halah Search Burning Sale of Chametz Page 15 Passover Playtime at Barnes Noble
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College Grants Available Respecting the Past Doing Good Deeds in the Future Harry Tucker Scholarship Fund Joseph and Dora Sharwell Scholarship Fund Although our day to day educational and administrative activities take place at our Eastern campus Park Main has remained busy and filled with important vibrant activities In the past we have contracted to host activities for the physically challenged Jewish Family Service Programs and a Cleveland Public Preschool Program The building remains a central hub of good works helping people in our area Applications for the Harry Tucker Scholarship Fund and the Joseph and Dora Sharwell Scholarship Fund are now being accepted These awards are given to high school seniors to continue their Jewish education in college Park Young Adult Members and children and grandchildren of Park members are eligible The Harry Tucker Scholarship Award has been made possible through the generosity of Jewish War Veterans Post 14 The Joseph Dora Sharwell Scholarship Fund was established many years ago so students could continue their Jewish education Leasing our facility in Cleveland Heights is vital to our own religious and educational programming Income from these ongoing leases allows us to balance our budget and enhance all that we do Education outreach to young and old religious events youth scholarship programs all part of the Park mission are enabled by dues generous donations and the income from leasing Park Main The Synagogue sustains itself because of the combination of these three components To apply for either scholarship award please complete the application online at parksynagogue org or contact Judy Kaufman at 216 371 2244 ext 133 or jkaufman parksyn org The deadline for applications is Friday May 19 In furtherance of our ongoing mission Park Synagogue has contracted with a new tenant for 10 years a Jewish Day School Yeshivath Derekah Hatorah which will occupy both floors of the school wing at Park Main The school has understandably asked to decorate the hallways with educational materials that will turn that wing into their new home Their desire to refurbish the building will leave the building with permanent enhancements for years to come and the building will look great It also means that the location of the Confirmation pictures needs to be changed Projects of the Dr Erwin Ruth Levin Adult Study Fund We recognize the joy that we all feel as we walk that hallway with family and friends and relive past memories We continue to respect our past and yet realize that making our Cleveland Heights building available for educating children in the present and future is truly a great mitzvah Thus we are engaged in determining the best location for those photos and are committed to finding a place in our buildings that will be an appropriate venue As suggestions are being made we invite you to share your ideas by email to Judy Kaufman at jkaufman parksyn org Rabbi Skoff s Bible Class Sundays Park Synagogue East Room 147 11 00 am 12 00 noon APRIL 2 23 30 Learn with Rabbi Skoff in this class that is open to all and accessible at all levels No pre registration necessary for this lively and interactive discussion group Talmud Study Group Sundays Park Synagogue East Room 249 9 30 10 30 am APRIL 2 23 30 1967 Confirmation Reunion Learn what the Talmud can teach us today with instructor Rabbi Tzvi Urkowitz No pre regisration necessary Shavuot Wednesday May 31 2017 We are still looking for members of the 1967 Park Confirmation class for its 50th Reunion this year If you were a member of that class please contact Ellen Petler at epetler parksyn org or 216 371 2244 ext 122 Prayerbook Hebrew Thursdays Park Synagogue East Room 141 5 30 7 30 pm APRIL 6 13 20 27 Have fun and learn Hebrew with Valerie Levinsohn Please contact Valerie at valrgal gmail com to register April 2017 Page 2 www parksynagogue org
College Grants Available  Respecting the Past, Doing Good Deeds in the Future  Harry Tucker Scholarship Fund Joseph and Do...
Have a seat at our Passover table Passover Poker Dinner Thursday April 13 6 30 pm PSE 18 per person The men of the synagogue are invited to join the Men s Club for a Kosher for Passover dinner with Kosher for Passover cocktails the Indians game on the TV and a post dinner poker game It s sure to be a night to remember RSVP to Jeff Schneider with a check payable to the Park Men s Club to 1866 Aldersgate Lyndhurst Ohio 44124 or to jms sgc ameritech net or RSVP online at parkmensclub org Congregational Seder conducted by Rabbi Skoff English and Hebrew selections available Tuesday April 11 Park Synagogue EAST 6 00 pm Services 6 45 pm Dinner Catered by Bonnie Davis RSVP by Friday March 31 Family Model Sederim Open to all Park children Pre K through 6th grade and their families _____ Park Members 11 42 each _____ Guests 11 47 each Sunday April 2 During Sunday School PSE _____ Children 4 10 15 each Please RSVP to Mackenzie at mcorpora parksyn org or 216 371 2244 ext 124 or online at parksynagogue org _____ Children 3 under free I would like to have a solo section in Hebrew English Name ___________________________________________ My table would like to have a joint section in Hebrew English Kosher for Passover Buffet Dinner Park Preschool Model Seder Give yourself a break and enjoy a buffet dinner with something for everyone for Park Preschoolers and their families Friday April 14 Park Synagogue EAST 6 00 pm Services 6 45 pm Dinner Catered by Caf 56 RSVP by Wednesday April 5 Thursday April 6 12 00 pm PSE Sing eat and learn about Passover Passover Seder Hotline _____ Adults 11 20 each _____ Children 4 10 15 each _____ Children 3 under free Have you and or your family ever had no one with which to celebrate the Passover Seders Whether you re new in town or your friends and family will be away we want to make sure you are not alone this Passover Park s Family Life Council has established a Passover Seder Holiday Hot Line Please let us know if you would like to attend a Seder in another congregant s home or to host one or more other Park members at your Seder Regardless of your age we will do our best to help everyone feel a part of our community This is also a wonderful opportunity to make new friends at Park Please contact Ellen Petler at epetler parksyn org or 216 371 2244 ext 122 to host or to be hosted for Passover April 2017 Total amount enclosed ________________ Register online Checks payable to Park Synagogue Name s ___________________________________________ _________________________________________________ Address __________________________________________ City Zip __________________________________________ Email _____________________________________________ Send tearslip and check to Park Synagogue attn Mary 27500 Shaker Blvd Pepper Pike OH 44124 Page 3 www parksynagogue org
Have a seat at our Passover table   Passover Poker Dinner Thursday, April 13     6 30 pm     PSE      18 per person  The m...
Park Annual Meeting Sunday June 4 10 30 am Park Synagogue East Save the date for Park Synagogue s 148th Annual Meeting Join us for a lovely brunch followed by Board nominations and voting scholarships awarded to our fine students volunteer recognition and of course presentation of the Centerite award Volunteer Recognition Hooray for Shabbat Service Greeters The annual Volunteer Recognition will be held during the Park Annual Meeting If you or anyone you know child or adult is or has been a Park volunteer in any capacity during the past year please contact Ellen Petler at epetler parksyn org or 216 371 2244 ext 122 Current greeters and those curious about becoming one please join us for an evening of gratitude and mindfulness Wednesday April 19 7 00 pm Park East Passover Service schedule We want to thank you for being a volunteer greeter Enjoy some dessert meet other volunteers and learn about our new plans for being a greeter in the coming year including some changes in the greeter s role All services are at Park Synagogue East We re also looking for more volunteers in the year ahead So if you are interested in volunteering to welcome guests at services please join us RSVP s required by Friday April 14 to Allison Solomon at asolomon parksyn org or 216 3712244 ext 121 Monday april 10 Erev Passover Erev Passover Services 5 00 pm tuesday april 11 First Day of Passover Passover Morning Service 9 30 am Passover Evening Service 6 00 pm Congregational Seder following service prepaid RSVP required Passover Shabbat Parshiot wednesday april 12 Second Day of Passover Torah portions to be read during the month thursday april 13 Leviticus 1 1 5 26 Isaiah 43 21 44 23 friday april 14 April 8 12 Nisan Tzav Passover Morning Service 9 30 am Passover Evening Service 6 00 pm April 1 5 Nisan Vayikra Morning Service 7 30 am Evening Service 6 00 pm Morning Service 7 30 am Family Shabbat Service 6 00 pm Kosher for Passover Dinner following evening service prepaid RSVP required Leviticus 6 1 8 36 Malachi 3 4 24 April 11 15 Nisan First day of Pesach shabbat april 15 Park Synagogue EAST Morning Service 9 00 am Evening Service 6 00 pm sunday april 16 Exodus 12 21 51 Numbers 28 16 25 Joshua 3 5 7 5 2 6 1 6 27 monday april 17 seventh day of passover April 12 16 Nisan Second day of Pesach Morning Service 8 30 am Evening Service 5 30 pm Passover Morning Service 9 00 am Passover Evening Service 6 00 pm Leviticus 22 26 23 44 Numbers 28 16 25 II Kings 23 1 9 21 25 tuesday April 18 eighth Day of Passover Yizkor Passover Morning Service 9 00 am YIZKOR MEMORIAL SERVICE approximately 10 20 am Passover Evening Service 6 00 pm Exodus 13 17 15 26 Numbers 28 19 25 II Samuel 22 1 51 April 18 22 Nisan Eighth day of Pesach Deuteronomy 15 19 16 17 Numbers 28 19 25 Isaiah 10 32 12 6 April 22 26 Nisan Shemini Leviticus 9 1 11 47 II Samuel 6 1 7 17 April 29 3 Iyar Tazria Metzora Leviticus 12 1 15 33 II Kings 7 3 20 April 15 19 Nisan Hol Hamo ed Exodus 33 12 34 26 Numbers 28 19 25 Ezekiel 37 1 14 No Holiday Clubhouse on these days All babies and children are welcome to join us at services April 2017 April 17 21 Nisan Seventh day of Pesach Page 4 www parksynagogue org
Park Annual Meeting  Sunday, June 4     10 30 am     Park Synagogue East  Save the date for Park Synagogue s 148th Annual ...
This Light of Ours Activist Photographs of the Civil Rights Movement Get a taste of Israel at an Israeli Tea Book Talk featuring local author Debbi Perkul Sunday April 30 3 30 5 00 pm Park Synagogue East Free and open to the community Sunday April 23 2 00 pm Register Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage online 2929 Richmond Road Beachwood Join Gesher for a docent guided tour of this special exhibit featuring over 150 black and white photographs videos and interactives of the civil rights era the turbulent times we lived through in the 60 s Time 1 45 pm Meet at the Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage 2 00 pm Tour begins Cost 10 00 Adults under 60 8 00 Senior Adults 60 Questions Contact Ellen Petler at epetler parksyn org or 216 371 2244 ext 122 Sponsored by Gesher Park s group for baby boomers Open to members and guests of all ages Prepaid reservations are required by April 14th RSVP online or mail a check payable to Park Synagogue with names of attendees cell phones and email addresses to This Light of Ours Park Synagogue 27500 Shaker Blvd Pepper Pike OH 44124 Celebrate Yom Ha atzmaut Israel Independence Day at an Israeli tea and book talk and signing Hear local author Debbi Perkul discuss her new book Winds Over Jerusalem The Story of Rae Landy Pioneer Nurse of Hadassah Winds Over Jerusalem provides a rare eyewitness account of Jerusalem from 1913 to 1915 through the lens of Rae Landy an American Jewish nurse who braved the difficult conditions she found in Palestine RSVP to Adele Sheftel at asheftel parksyn org or 216 371 2244 ext 161 Sponsored by the Park Women s Rosh Chodesh Group Park Synagogue women teens join Park s Women s Rosh Chodesh Group for Neshama Self Defense for Women Girls Tuesday May 23 7 15 pm PSE Ladies and teenage girls we all need to be prepared for what may confront us in life today Come for an interactive basic self defense class with discussion and demonstration taught by martial arts expert Allen Roth Fifth Degree Black Belt instructor of Tai Shin Doh Dress in comfortable clothing and athletic shoes Those who want will be able to practice the various self defense techniques that Mr Roth will show Observers only are also welcome Cost 5 00 Park Members 10 00 Guests Questions to Ellen Petler at epetler parksyn org or 216 371 2244 ext 122 Chez Rosenberg Do you love to hang out in your pajamas How about hanging out in your pajamas with other Park Women as we eat drink and enjoy a movie together Yes it s the first Neshama Pajama Party on Sunday April 30 at 6 30 pm at Faith Rosenberg s house Come in your favorite pajamas and enjoy a potluck of appetizers desserts and beverages with other Neshama women We will have time to socialize and watch a movie TBD together too RSVP to Faith at FaithJRosenberg gmail com and let her know what dairy appetizer dessert beverage you are bringing Hope to see you there For more information about Neshama check out our Facebook page at facebook com groups neshamapark or contact Estra Grant at estra2g gmail com Prepaid reservations are required by May 15th Register at parksynagogue org or send name s included in reservation check payable to Park Synagogue phone and email address to Self Defense for Women Park Synagogue 27500 Shaker Blvd Pepper Pike OH 44124 April 2017 Sunday April 30 6 30 pm Sponsored by Neshama Park s newest group for women Page 5 www parksynagogue org
This Light of Ours  Activist Photographs of the Civil Rights Movement Get a    taste    of Israel at an  Israeli Tea   Boo...
Mitzvah Day is Sunday May 21 aTTENTION 20 s 30 s a Young Mensches Event Don t miss this special day of mitzvah projects done both at Park Synagogue East and throughout the community See the Mitzvah Day project brochure inside this Bulletin and sign up for your favorite activity Many activities have limited spots so reserve yours today Debbie Duvin and Cheryl Kretch are the 2017 Co Chairs The Young Mensches is for those in their 20 s and 30 s bowling party sunday april 23 4 30 6 30 pm solon freeway lanes Mitzvah Day Collections 33185 Bainbridge rd solon Join the Young Mensches for a fun afternoon of bowling Cost of 20 includes unlimited bowling shoe rental soft drinks and appetizers Open to members and nonmembers so invite your friends Please RSVP online at parksynagogue org by Thursday April 20th Questions Contact Young Mensches coordinator Caitlin Lubline at clubline parksyn org Please donate generously in the collections boxes at both buildings Donations due by May 17 For children in area hospitals NEW unopened arts and craft items crayons markers coloring books puzzle books stickers etc For the Hebrew Shelter Home Twin or double bed sheets fitted and flat new or gently used cleaning supplies paper goods and feminine hygiene products WRCG Book Group Wednesday April 19 7 30 pm For the West side Catholic Shelter New and unopened travel size toiletries and feminine hygiene products NEW BOOK Park women are invited to join the WRCG Book Group to discuss Mothering Sunday by Graham Swift The group will meet at the home of Toby Dybbs 2588 Edgerton University Heights West of Warrensville off Fairmount Blvd RSVP to Toby at 216 321 4142 or tobydybbs aol com Are guns allowed on my child s campus While states across the country pass new campus carry laws the GCC believes that students and their families deserve access to colleges firearms policies Co chairs are Lee Apple and Sandi Bohl The Greater Cleveland Congregations encourages its community and partners to sign a petition that would allow The US Secretary of Education to compile data on campus gun policies and Park women of all ages are invited to our monthly College presidents and college rating services to make this information easily available to current and prospective students NEXT DATES Tuesdays April 4 May 2 June 6 6 45 9 00 pm Park Synagogue East Fun for ALL levels of experience 5 00 donation to Park s Nashim Education Fund for Women Mahj Mingle You must bring your own mahj rules Own a mahj set Please bring it too RSVP to Adele Sheftel at asheftel parksyn org or 216 371 2244 ext 161 Questions Contact Kandi Friedman at 216 292 3161 or kandika15 aol com Scan the QR code above to read and or sign the petition or visit http qrs ly a55gtq4 For more information about getting involved with the GCC contact Susan Reis at sixreis gmail com or Ellen Petler at epetler parksyn org or 216 371 2244 ext 122 April 2017 Page 6 www parksynagogue org
Mitzvah Day is Sunday, May 21  aTTENTION 20 s   30 s  a Young Mensches  Event   Don   t miss this special day of mitzvah p...
Travel with Park Senior Adults B nai Jeshurun s Hazak group to The Ohio Light Opera in Wooster for Cole Porter s Men s Club Shabbat Saturday April 1 Park Synagogue Main Please join us for the annual Men s Club Shabbat Service with guest speaker Stan Greenspan the incoming International President of the Federation of Jewish Men s Clubs Men s Club members will participate throughout the service and a special kiddush will be served following services Wednesday June 28 Prepaid RSVP deadline May 15th Join the Men s Club for a program open to the community Travel by luxury motor coach and stop for lunch at the Broken Rocks Caf in downtown Wooster before seeing Cole Porter s 1934 masterpiece of a musical Anything Goes The show is full of comedy romance and a wonderful score that includes I Get a Kick Out of You You re the Top the title song Anything Goes and many more Time 10 00 am Meet at Park Synagogue East 10 15 am Bus leaves Park Synagogue East 6 00 pm Approx return to Park Synagogue East Cost 84 Park or BJ Hazak members 89 Guests Safety Security Forum Thursday May 11 7 30 pm Park Synagogue East The Park Synagogue Men s Club along with the Men s Club of Congregation Shaarey Tikvah invite the community to a free forum to discuss local regional and national security issues especially relating to the rise of anti Semitism in the last few years The ADL s 2016 Audit of We welcome three leading security officials who will give an update on what actions are being taken by our area institutions and what we as citizens can do to maintain safety Anti Semitic Incidents recorded 941 incidents in the U S in 2015 a three percent increase over 2014 Includes round trip luxury bus transportation lunch reserved theater seat snack and bus driver s tip Limited seats available so make your reservation soon Prepaid reservations are required by Monday May 15 Questions or need transportation to Park Synagogue East Contact Ellen Petler at epetler parksyn org or 216 3712244 ext 122 Sponsored by Park Senior Adults and B nai Jeshurun s Hazak Group Open to Park members and guests of all ages Anything Goes Anita Gray Director of the Anti Defamation League in Northeast Ohio Jim Hartnett Director of community wide security for the Jewish Federation of Cleveland _______ Members at 84 Chief Mike Cannon Chief of Police in Hunting Valley _______ Guests at 89 Amount enclosed ________________ Checks payable to Park Synagogue Register online Name s ___________________________________________ _________________________________________________ Topics that will be discussed include Address __________________________________________ How are terrorism groups being monitored locally regionally and nationally Home Phone ______________________________________ How dominant is the anti Semitic threat in our community How are local Jewish institutions being protected Seat me us near ___________________________________ How to protect yourself and help protect the community Lunch choice _____Vegetable soup green salad Cell Phone_________________________________________ Email _____________________________________________ topped with egg cheese grilled red onions peppers and croutons Please RSVP for this FREE event to secure your seat Online registration is available at parksynagogue org under Upcoming Events or call Dan Goldfarb at 215 620 7459 April 2017 _____Grilled portabella mushroom sandwich _____Pan fried fish sandwich Send with check to Anything Goes Park Synagogue 27500 Shaker Blvd Pepper Pike OH 44124 Page 7 www parksynagogue org
Travel with Park Senior Adults   B   nai Jeshurun   s Hazak group to The Ohio Light Opera in Wooster for Cole Porter s  Me...
Mazel Tov UNIVERSITY DAY REGISTRATION DEADLINE May 1st Mazel Tov to Gayle Horwitz Matt Besser on the birth of their son Ashton Flynn who joins big brother Sam Grandparents are Sandra Martin Horwitz and Barbara Howard Besser __________ Park Members 27 each __________ Guests 32 each ________ Amount enclosed for ________ reservation s Make checks payable to Park Synagogue Registrant 1 Name ______________________________________ Address _____________________________________ Contact Ellen Petler for more information or to volunteer for any of these projects at epetler parksyn org or 216 371 2244 ext 122 Zip__________ Phone _ ________________________ Email _______________________________________ WORKSHOP CHOICES indicate first and second choice in each session Nursing Home Friendly Visits SESSION 1 ____ A Ideal Philanthropists Can you give an hour a week or more or less often to be a special friend to a Park member living at Menorah Park Montefiore or other area nursing homes Park Synagogue has many members who reside in these facilities who would benefit from a friendly visit from another Park member While the staffing and programming is wonderful there is never enough staff to take individuals to programs or other special events held right in the nursing home take a resident outside on a nice day go to the computer lab have a snack together or just sit and chat ____ B Alzheimer s Disease ____ C Israel and the Wall SESSION 2 ____ D Chair Yoga ____ E Jewish Genealogy Register online ____ F Digital Privacy BOX LUNCH CHOICE ____Roasted salmon over salad greens ____Grilled portobello mushroom sandwich 2 2 Registrant Pet Visits Name ______________________________________ Sundays April 9 May 21 Mitzvah Day project 3 00 4 00 pm Eliza Bryant Village 7201 Wade Park Ave Cleveland Address _____________________________________ Zip__________ Phone _ ________________________ Email _______________________________________ Rosie the dog making Bring your docile dog or cat to brighten a new friend the day of the elderly residents of Eliza WORKSHOP CHOICES indicate first and second choice in each session Bryant Village This is a great family mitzvah project SESSION 1 ____ A Ideal Philanthropists Cleveland Kosher Food Pantry ____ B Alzheimer s Disease ____ C Israel and the Wall SESSION 2 ____ D Chair Yoga ____ E Jewish Genealogy Sundays April 2 9 30 11 30 am May 21 Mitzvah Day project ____ F Digital Privacy BOX LUNCH CHOICE ____Roasted salmon over salad greens Park Synagogue has committed to provide 9 volunteers once a month at the Cleveland Kosher Food Pantry 2004 S Green Road South Euclid Volunteers must be 12 over The project is to pack about 180 bags of fresh produce and other food items that are distributed to people in the community in need This is a great family mitzvah project April 2017 ____Grilled portobello mushroom sandwich Send registration and check s by May 1st to University Day Park Synagogue 27500 Shaker Blvd Pepper Pike OH 44124 Page 8 www parksynagogue org
Mazel Tov   UNIVERSITY DAY REGISTRATION DEADLINE  May 1st  Mazel Tov to Gayle Horwitz   Matt Besser on the birth of their ...
PARK SYNAGOGUE UNIVERSITY DAY Wednesday May 10 9 00 am 2 45 pm Park Synagogue Main Kangesser Hall Enter through Kangesser doors on lower level The registration form is on the facing page If registering for more than two people make a copy of the form or send complete information for additional registrant s on a separate sheet of paper Online registration is available at parksynagogue org Prepaid registration is required by May 1st For questions please contact Ellen Petler at epetler parksyn org or 216 371 2244 ext 122 Make plans to attend the 24th annual University Day sponsored by Park Senior Adults This one day educational event is open to the entire congregation and community and adults of all ages are encouraged to attend Cost Park Members 27 Guests 32 Includes all speakers and workshops coffee and pastries and lunch Schedule for University Day 9 00 9 20 am Check In 9 30 9 45 am Opening Remarks 9 45 10 45 am Ida Herman Weinberg Fund Lecture Check in at Kangesser lobby Enjoy coffee tea and pastries Rabbi Sharon Marcus will start the day with an inspiring message Tragedy to Triumph featuring Juvenile Court Judge Michael J Ryan Life has a way of coming full circle for many people The skills you have acquired and the experiences you have had inevitably may be useful to help others navigate a situation that is similar to yours Hear Judge Ryan discuss how his life experiences help him every day in dealing with teens he sees in his courtroom 11 00 11 55 am Session 1 Workshops A B C See below 12 00 12 45 pm Lunch Enjoy a delicious box lunch and time to relax 1 00 1 55 pm Session 2 Workshops D E F See below 2 00 2 45 pm Musical Interlude End the day with Brian Thornton Cleveland Orchestra cellist His moving musical program The Lev Aronson Legacy pays honor to his cello teacher and mentor Lev Aronson who was a Holocaust survivor Workshop Sessions There is limited space in each workshop Register early to be assured your first choice Session 1 11 00 11 55 am Choose one workshop to attend Workshop A Workshop B Cleveland s Ideal Philanthropists Brain Aging and Alzheimer s The Wade Family Disease Where Do We Stand James Leverenz MD Holly Witchey Director Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Executive Director Cleveland Center for Brain Health Philanthropy Jeptha H Wade provided the first major gift of parkland to Cleveland in 1882 which is now the heart of University Circle Learn the intriguing story of this generous man and his family who provided us with the setting for Cleveland s major cultural educational and medical institutions Dr Leverenz will discuss the latest research on the aging brain and Alzheimer s disease He will focus on new ways to diagnose Alzheimer s disease and the exciting next steps aimed at treating the disease itself and not just the symptoms Session 2 1 00 1 55 pm Choose one workshop to attend Workshop D Workshop E Chair Yoga for a More Youthful You Digging for Your Jewish Roots Eleanor Cohen Genealogy from A to Z Workshop C Israel and the Wall A Legal Primer Avidan Y Cover Associate Professor of Law Director Institute for Global Security Law Policy CWRU School of Law This workshop focuses on the legality of Israel s West Bank barrier wall Rather than discuss political considerations we will examine relevant international legal obligations and whether the wall and related policies comply with the law Workshop F Digital Privacy in an Age of Modern Technology Registered Yoga Instructor and Yoga teacher at the Mandel JCC Ken Bravo Vice President of the International Association of Jewish Genealogical Societies Michael Brickner Senior Policy Director ACLU of Ohio Yoga encompasses stretching breathing and relaxation Come explore a gentle form of Yoga done while sitting and standing with a chair for support nothing on the floor No experience necessary and please wear comfortable clothing Are you interested in finding more about your ancestors Don t know where to start Have you tried to but hit a brick wall Learn how to have success in researching your roots and what new tools are available Technology is advancing but privacy protections cannot keep pace The result is that government and businesses know more about us than ever before Come for a discussion about how to embrace technology while still protecting yourself April 2017 Page 9 www parksynagogue org
PARK SYNAGOGUE UNIVERSITY DAY  Wednesday, May 10     9 00 am     2 45 pm     Park Synagogue Main     Kangesser Hall  Enter...
Passover Guide containing matzah canned or bottled fruit juices these juices are often clarified with kitniyot which are not listed among the ingredients However if Passover begins Monday April 10 at 7 44 pm one knows there are not such agents the juice may be purchased prior and ends Tuesday April 18 at 8 54 pm to Pesach without a kosher l Pesach Prohibited foods label canned tuna since tuna even Leavened bread cakes biscuits crackwhen packed in water has often been ers cereal coffees containing cereal deprocessed in vegetable broth and or rivatives wheat barley oats spelt rye hydrolyzed protein however if it is and all liquids containing ingredients known that the tuna is packed excluor flavors made from grain alcohol sively in water without any additional ingredients or additives it may be Most Ashkenazic authorities have purchased without a kosher l Pesach added the following foods to the above label wine vinegar liquor oils dried list rice corn millet legumes beans fruits candy chocolate flavored milk and peas however string beans are ice cream yogurt and soda permitted Peanuts and peanut oil are permissible as peanuts are not actually The followed processed foods canned legumes Some Ashkenazic authoribottled or frozen require a kosher ties permit while others forbid the l Pesach label if purchased during use of legumes in a form other than Pesach milk butter juices vegetables their natural state for example corn fruit milk products spices coffee tea sweeteners corn oil soy oil Sephardic and fish as well as all foods listed in the authorities permit the use of all of the paragraph above above Consult Rabbi Skoff or Gadi Galili Kashering of Utensils for guidance in the use of these products The process of kashering utensils Permitted Foods depends on how the utensils are used The following foods require no kosher According to halakhah leaven can l Pesach label if purchased prior to be purged from a utensil by the same Pesach unopened packages or conprocess in which it was absorbed in tainers of natural coffee without cereal the utensil Therefore utensils used in additives However be aware that cooking are kashered by boiling those coffees produced by General Foods used in broiling are kashered by fire are not kosher for Passover unless and heat and those used only for cold marked KP sugar pure tea not herbal food are kashered by rinsing tea salt not iodized pepper natural Earthenware china pottery etc may spices frozen fruit juices with no adnot be kashered However fine transditives frozen uncooked vegetables lucent chinaware which has not been for legumes see above milk butter used for over a year may be used if cottage cheese cream cheese ripscoured and cleaned in hot water ened cheeses such as cheddar hard Metal Utensils Used in Fire spit muenster semi soft and Camembert broiler must first be thoroughly soft frozen uncooked fruit with no scrubbed and cleansed and then made additives baking soda as hot as possible Those used for cookThe following foods require no kosher ing or eating silverware pots must l Pesach label if purchased before or be thoroughly scrubbed and cleaned during Pesach Fresh fruits and vegand completely immersed in boiling etables for legumes see above eggs water Pots should have water boiled fresh fish and fresh meat in them which will overflow the rim The following foods require a kosher The utensils should not be used for a l Pesach label if purchased before period of at least 24 hours between the or during Pesach All baked prodcleaning and the immersion in boiling ucts matzah cakes matzah flour water Metal baking utensils cannot be farfel matzah meal and any products kashered April 2017 Page 10 Ovens and Ranges Every part that comes in contact with food must be thoroughly scrubbed and cleaned Then the oven and range should be heated as hot as possible for a half hour If there is a broil setting use it Self cleaning ovens should be scrubbed and cleaned and then put through the self cleaning cycle Continuous cleaning ovens must be kashered in the same manner as regular ovens Microwave Ovens Microwaves should be cleaned and then a cup of water should be placed inside Then the oven should be turned on until the water disappears A microwave oven that has a browning element cannot be kashered for Pesach Glassware Authorities disagree as to the method of kashering drinking utensils One opinion requires soaking in water for three days changing the water every 24 hours The other opinion requires putting them through a dishwasher Dishwasher After not using the machine for a period of 24 hours a full cycle with detergent should be run Electrical Appliances If the parts that come into contact with chametz are not removable the appliance cannot be kashered All exposed parts should be thoroughly cleaned Tables Pantries Cupboards and Counters If used with chametz they should be thoroughly cleaned and covered and then they may be used Kitchen Sink A metal sink can be kashered by thoroughly cleaning and then pouring boiling water over it A porcelain sink should be cleaned and a sink rack used If however dishes are to be soaked in a porcelain sink a dish basin must be used Chametz and Non Passover Utensils Non Passover dishes pots and chametz whose ownership has been transferred should be separated locked up or covered and marked in order to prevent accidental use www parksynagogue org
Passover Guide  containing matzah   canned or bottled fruit juices  these juices are often clarified with kitniyot which a...
Bedichat Chametz The Search for Chametz The search for the chametz should be conducted Sunday evening April 9th Using a candle feather and wooden spoon we search for chametz in our homes To make sure that the search is successful several pieces of bread are scattered throughout various parts of the house by an adult to be collected by the children during the search Before the actual search begins light the candle and recite the blessing Kashering of Utensils Hag Halah Interested in kashering for Passover in the traditional manner On Sunday April 9 from 9 00 am to 12 00 noon at Park Synagogue East our Mashgiach Gadi Galili will supervise the immersion of metal items into boiling water Only utensils constructed of metal no wood plastic or Teflon parts may be kashered Items must be thoroughly scrubbed and cleaned 24 hours prior to the immersion For information contact Jill Bloom at 216 371 2244 ext 155 COMPLETE ONLINE Baruch atah Adonai elohaynu melech ha olam asher kidshanu bemitzvotav vetzivanu al bi ur chametz Authorization for the Sale of Chametz Praised are You Lord our God Ruler of the Universe who has made us holy with mitzvot and instructed us to remove the leaven I the undersigned fully empower and permit Rabbi Skoff or Gadi Galili to act in my behalf to sell all chametz possessed by me knowingly or unknowingly as defined by Torah and Rabbinic law and to lease all places wherein chametz owned may be found This transaction will be in effect for the duration of Pesach beginning Monday April 10 2017 at 10 00 am until Tuesday April 18 2017 at 8 54 pm After all of the chametz has been gathered and placed into a bag recite the following Kol chamira vechamiya de ikah virshuti dela chamitay u dela vay artei udela yadana lay libtayl ve lehevay hefker ke afra de ara Signature _______________________________________ Any leaven that may still be in the house which I have not seen or have not removed shall be as if it does not exist and as the dust of the earth Date ___________________________________________ Name print _____________________________________ Bi Ur Chametz Burning the leaven Address ________________________________________ On Monday morning April 10th at 10 00 am take all the leaven still remaining in the house together with the leaven collected during the search the previous night and burn it When the leaven is burned one may recite the following City ____________________________________________ State ___________________________________________ Zip ____________________________________________ Phone Kol chamira vachamiya de ika birshuti dechamitay u dela chamitay devayartay u dela vayartay libtayl ve lehavay hefker ke afra de ara Amount enclosed _______________________________ Please mail your Authorization along with your contribution to Sale of Chametz c o Park Synagogue 27500 Shaker Blvd Pepper Pike Ohio 44124 Any leaven that may still be in the house which I have seen and not seen which I have or have not removed shall be as if it does not exist and as the dust of the earth NOTE All sales MUST be completed by 10 00 am on Monday April 10 2017 Unleavened bread shall be eaten throughout the seven days and there shall be no leavened bread or leavening seen with you in all of your borders Exodus 13 7 April 2017 ____________________________________ Page 11 www parksynagogue org
Bedichat Chametz     The Search for Chametz The search for the chametz should be conducted Sunday evening, April 9th. Usin...
Family Education and Wolf Religious School April School Calendar SAT 1 Youth Service 10 45 am PSM SUN 2 Sunday School 9 15 12 00 noon PSE Bar Bat Mitzvah Club 9 30 12 00 noon PSE Family Model Seders PreK 2nd grade and 3rd 6th grade families Discover Celebrate Israel MON 3 Weekday School 4 00 5 50 pm PSE For children birth through age 5 FRI 7 Family Shabbat Service with Hot Hearty Oneg 6 00 pm PSE Sunday April 30 9 30 10 30 am Park East FREE Open to the Community SAT 8 Confirmation Class 9 30 am PSM Youth Service 10 45 am PSM Join us to discover celebrate Israel with the five and under crowd Take a tour of Israel with fun activities for ages birth through age five and meet other young families SUN 9 MON 17 No School Pesach FRI 14 Family Shabbat Service with Klezmer Band 6 00 pm PSE This program will also be part of Sunday School for all students in Pre K Kindergarten and their parents SAT 15 Twelfth Grade Graduation Aliyah PS EAST Confirmation Lunch with Rabbi Skoff final Shabbat morning class 10 30 am PS EAST Youth Service 10 30 am PS EAST Free and open to the community so bring a friend but space is limited RSVP online at parksynagogue org FRI 21 Shabbat Service Confirmation Dinner PSE SAT 22 Youth Service 10 45 am PSM SUN 23 Sunday School 9 15 12 00 noon PSE Yasher Koach 12th Graders Bar Bat Mitzvah Club 9 30 12 00 noon PSE Confirmation Rehearsal MON 24 Weekday School 4 00 5 50 pm PSE SAT 29 Youth Service 10 45 am PSM SUN 30 Sunday School 9 15 12 00 noon PSE Confirmation Class Family Night Bar Bat Mitzvah Club 9 30 12 00 noon PSE April Youth Services Welcoming children in grades 2 6 and their parents Friday night Shabbat Services and Dinner Saturday April 1 10 45 11 45 am Park Synagogue Main Family Ruach Shabbat with Rabbi Marcus come get ready for Passover Friday April 21 6 00 pm Park East We look forward to your presence at Friday night Shabbat Services and our annual Confirmation Class Dinner immediately following Celebrate your great achievements with your family and friends Saturday April 8 10 45 11 45 am Park Synagogue Main There is no charge for the confirmands and their parents Grandparents siblings and additional guests are welcome Saturday April 15 10 30 11 30 am Park Synagogue EAST Teen led Shabbat Services learn fun new tunes with our USYers Dinner provided by Bonnie Davis Catering Cost Adults ages 13 36 Children ages 6 12 15 Children 5 under are free All reservations as well as payment for additional guests are requested by Friday April 14th Saturday April 22 Saturday April 29 10 45 11 45 am Park Synagogue Main RSVP online by visiting parksynagogue org If you have any questions please call the school office at 216 371 2244 ext 124 All children are invited to join the main service Under the Dome April 2017 Join us as we recognize our graduating 12th graders with an Aliyah during Shabbat services on April 15 at Park Synagogue EAST Following services everyone is invited to the Kosher for Passover kiddush in their honor Page 12 www parksynagogue org
Family Education and Wolf Religious School  April School Calendar  SAT   1    Youth Service 10 45 am     PSM   SUN   2    ...
Todah Rabbah COLLEGE OUTREACH VOLUNTEERS PARK FAMILY CONNECTION PURIM MITZVAH PROJECT VOLUNTEERS Todah rabbah to the energetic group of volunteers who gathered at Menorah Park for the annual Purim Mitzvah Project sponsored by Park Family Connection After decorating and filling shaloch manot bags with Purim goodies the volunteers then delivered them to and visited with Park members residing in area senior facilities and nursing homes to brighten their day Thanks to Shelley Fishbach Park Family Connection Chair for all her help with the project A special thank you goes to all the volunteers who lent a hand Jodi Rich Maya Eisengart Ron Farhi Shelley David Rebecca Fishbach Lynn Freeman and Taylor Trent Gluck Marylou Ed and Isabel Horwitz Jillian Jeff Andrew Ben Langer David Misha Ellie Lauer Marlene Legome Rachael Leah Lerman Mikhail Nick Michelle Linetsky and Celia Keith June Lupton In March Park s college students received Purim care packages that were full of goodies for the holiday Thanks to Stacy Friedman Karen Freeman Laura Halpert Val Levinsohn Jessica Alan Semel Debbie David Sterling Melanie Weltman and Sydelle Zinn for all their help in shopping packing and mailing the 70 care packages Laura Halpert and Debbie David Sterling are Co Chairs of the project PET VISIT VOLUNTEERS Thank you to our February and March volunteers and their team of friendly dogs Thanks to Brad Helfman Scott Lewis Jacqui Ray Lillian Rubin David Sterling Peter Turner and Scott Zielinski Thank You Thank you to our newest David Society members Susi Peter Meisel GESHER BAG LUNCHES FOR THE HOMELESS VOLUNTEERS In February the Gesher Group responded to the needs of the greater Cleveland community by making 200 nutritious bag lunches that were donated to the City Mission for their clients The volunteers and other contributors donated all the food and supplies used to make the lunches A BIG thank you goes to Miriam Dan Rose for organizing and chairing the project Todah rabbah to all the hard working volunteers of all ages and generous donors who helped make the project so successful Marcia Alan Arons Judy Becker Phyllis Bravo Toby Bresky Karen Art Brown Sherri Cutler Sue Marc Cutler Toby Dybbs Ron Farhi Lynn Freeman Trent Gluck Darci Judah Sam Ari Friedman Michael Jordan Holub Terrie Jan Kleinman Joanna Isaac Chaya Laytin Marlene Harris Legome Audrey Barry Lowe Susan Mitchell Jodi Rich Alex Eisengart Miriam Dan Rose Roberta Stuart Sears Steve Steinreich and Jill Ethan Winger David Society members graciously donate 5000 above dues annually To learn more about the David Society contact Rabbi Skoff at jskoff eva parksyn org or Mark Froimson at mfroimson parksyn org April birthdays will be celebrated on Saturday April 15 RSVP to Eva by Monday April 10 at eva parksyn org or 216 371 2244 ext 127 so your child can be called to the Bima in honor of his her birthday and receive a gift Children 12 and under are eligible Sponsored through the generosity of the Lois Sherman Children s Fund CLEVELAND KOSHER FOOD PANTRY volunteers Thank you to the March volunteers who helped pack 180 bags of produce and other food that is then distributed to people in need in our community Terrie Jan Kleinman Susan Mitchell Marlene Legome Karen Harry Sasha Strauss and Joan Wittenberg 10 Jennifer Seth Young NEW LIFE AT CALVARY HOT MEAL VOLUNTEERS 20 Marcia Alan Arons Todah rabbah to the volunteers who helped cook prepare serve and clean up the Hot Meal in February at New Life at Calvary Church Lee Chuck Apple Phyllis Bravo Linda Cohen Toby Dybbs Marc Jaffe Erika Marks Elinor Polster David Roth and Carol Weinstock Lee Apple Elinor Polster are Co Chairs of the project April Milestone Anniversaries 25 Lisa Ron Golovan Susan Brian Kirsh 40 Andrea Kevin Young 50 Lois Gene Salem 52 Francene Stanley Freeman 53 Susan Jerry Severin April 2017 Page 13 Milestone anniversaries are recognized at the first year of marriage at 5 year intervals then every year for 50 years Please join ALL our February couples for Anniversary Shabbat on Saturday April 1 www parksynagogue org
Todah Rabbah  COLLEGE OUTREACH VOLUNTEERS  PARK FAMILY CONNECTION PURIM MITZVAH PROJECT VOLUNTEERS  Todah rabbah to the en...
Weekly schedule 10 00 am Fun with Yiddish featuring Annabelle Weiss 10 45 am Potpourri 11 30 am Rabbi Skoff Contemporary Views on the News 12 15 pm Lunch reservations required 1 00 pm Afternoon Program Park Synagogue Sisterhood Officer and Board Nominations 2017 2018 In accordance with the Park Synagogue Sisterhood bylaws the following slate of officers and board members is submitted for 2017 2018 President Rita Weintraub Vice Presidents Membership Estelle Bonchek Cost for lunch is 8 00 per person To make reservations please call Terry Juntoff at 216 464 2364 April Schedule Program Karen Brown Ieda Warshay Committee Estelle Adelman Toby Bresky Judy Cohen Fran Friedman Etty Hoffman Mina Saidel Sara Lee Schumer Eileene Levine Soeder Gerry Powers Volper Passover Break Tuesdays April 4 11 18 Classes resume Tuesday April 25 Chair of the day is Ieda Warshay Potpourri Faye Sholiton playwright and founder of Interplay Jewish Theatre will share Theater Life Afternoon Program Dennis Sutcliffe local historian and master storyteller will present Rabbi Hillel Abba Silver s Battle Against the Cleveland Nazis Education Molly Friedson Joanne Prober Committee Gloria Goldstein Karen Spector Annabelle Weiss save the date for The Installation Luncheon Tuesday May 16 The Sisterhood Gift Shop Combine your legacy with a new Passover tradition a Seder plate or matzah plate purchased at the Sisterhood Gift Shop Feel the warmth of your traditions and legacy as your children and grandchildren and even great grand children lovingly unpack Passover treasures from the storage boxes each year April 2017 Gift Shop Esther Berman Anne Armond Cohen Book Club Etty Hoffman Gerry Powers Volper Opening Luncheon Estelle Adelman Judy Cohen Debbie Scolnick Phyllis Wachs Installation Luncheon Beverly Davis Florence Lander Faye Strassman Sandra Thompson Media Publicity Debbie Scolnick Social Action Ina Burday Sukkah Faye Strassman Phyllis Wachs Membership Welfare Department Mazel Tov Notes Carol Leibow Hospitality Terry Juntoff Committee Svetlana Alterman Beverly Bedol Mina Saidel Faye Strassman Retention Judy Cohen Florence Lander Annabelle Weiss Treasurer Sandee Baumal Shop Tuesdays from 9 00 am to 2 00 pm Sundays from 9 00 am to 12 00 pm or by appointment by calling Debbie Scolnick at 440 449 1886 Hospitality Department Cashier Fenya Gutarts Ways Means Gift Shop Sheila Hirsch Committee Esther Berman Debbie Scolnick Torah Fund Ruth Baker Rita Kroot The memories stand strong The emotions are like no other Other Departments American Israeli Affairs Fran Schlechter Condolence Notes Phyllis Wachs Nominating Committee Estelle Adelman Library Joanne Prober Yiddish Class Annabelle Weiss Under Sponsorship of President School Mitzvah Fund Chair Debbie Scolnick Phyllis Wachs Fran Schlechter Kiddush PSE Adele Ack Sandee Baumal Karen Brown Ina Burday Kandi Friedman Holiday Floral Fund Lesley Hirsh Past Presidents Council Beverly Bedol Karen Brown Beverly Davis Miriam Glazer Lesley Hirsh Florence Lander Mina Saidel Faye Strassman Phyllis Wachs Ieda Warshay Secretary Rita Kroot Page 14 www parksynagogue org
Weekly schedule   10 00 am Fun with Yiddish featuring Annabelle Weiss  10 45 am Potpourri  11 30 am Rabbi Skoff,  Contempo...
Park Preschool Corner Calling all young families for Passover Playtime Sunday April 2 Drop in between 2 00 4 00 pm Barnes Noble Eton Shopping Center on Chagrin Nurturing children and families through Jewish values one day at a time Free and open to everyone Drop in for an afternoon of free Passover fun right in the Barnes Noble book store Your kids and grandkids will enjoy Passover crafts an interactive story singing with Chuck Fink games and a snack The holiday of 4 s The number four appears throughout the Passover Haggadah There are 4 questions 4 cups of wine 4 terms used for redemption and 4 sons Perhaps we too can think in terms of 4 s when thinking of very young children Here s a start 4 RSVP s appreciated but not required to Ellen Petler at epetler parksyn org or 216 371 2244 ext 122 Please give all names and ages of kids along with a phone number and email address Co sponsored by Park s Keruv Connection and jHub attributes of young children that we can emulate A sense of adventure and exploration Youth Group NEWS A kind and forgiving nature Taking pleasure in and feeling joy for everyday experiences USY grades 9 12 A wonderful imagination 4 things that make little ones sad J Serve Saying goodbye Sunday April 2 1 00 4 00 Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage 8th 12th graders join USY for an international day of Jewish teen service For more information contact Lindsay at parkusy613 gmail com Going to bed Not being able to express feelings Frustration with a task they cannot master 4 SHABBAT DINNER things we can never give enough of to children Friday April 7 6 00 9 00 pm 8th 12th graders join ParkUSY for a delicious Shabbat dinner at Hadas Galili s home RSVP for the address to Lindsay at parkusy613 gmail com Our full and undivided attention Encouragement as they attempt to be independent Reading to them daily CRUSY Regional convention Hugs and time together Thursday Sunday April 27 30 Camp Wise 8th 12th graders make great friends have fun and an awesome Shabbat to remember Regional Executive Board elections and CRUSY Awards given Register at CRUSY org As the Passover holiday nears I want to wish you 4 things Joy renewal time shared with loved ones and a meaningful Seder with your family Yours for Children Anne Sportas Park Preschool Director 216 371 2244 ext 200 asportas parksyn org Jr Kadima kadima grades 3 8 chocolate Seder Sunday April 2 5 00 7 00 pm PSE Why is this Seder different from all other Seders Chocolate and a lot of fun Enjoy a pizza dinner will be served before we dive into the chocolate 10 Jr Kadima Kadima members 12 Guests RSVP to Lindsay at parkusy613 gmail com or Shelby at sbkammer gmail com April 2017 Page 15 www parksynagogue org
Park Preschool Corner  Calling all young families for  Passover Playtime Sunday, April 2 Drop in between 2 00-4 00 pm  Bar...
SIMAN TOV U MAZEL TOV B NEI MITZVAH Emma Blemaster Abbe Newman April 1 April 29 Emma attends Laurel School and is very active in theater For her mitzvah project she is involved with raising awareness of autism Her parents are Stacy and Kurt Blemaster and her brothers are Jacob and Samuel Abbe attends Gross Schechter Day School and enjoys playing soccer and hanging out with friends For her mitzvah project she is making fleece blankets for patients at Rainbow Babies Children s Hospital Abbe s parents are Donell Scott Newman and her siblings are Jack and Zoe Morgan Aviva Rosenberg April 8 Dara Klugherz Morgan attends Brady Middle School and enjoys dancing singing acting and reading For her mitzvah project she read books to elementary students Morgan s parents are Jennifer Pearle Scott Chernikoff and Philip Rosenberg Her sister is Maren April 29 Mincha Dara attends Solon Middle School and enjoys lacrosse photography track and cooking For her mitzvah project Dara plans to cook meals for the Greater Cleveland Food Bank Her parents are Jolee Seth Klugherz and her sister is Rayna Alexandra Maya Bergman April 8 Mincha Alexandra attends Beachwood Middle School and enjoys soccer basketball and softball For her mitzvah project she regularly volunteers at the Friendship Circle Her parents are Ellen Chanan Bergman and her sisters are Aliza and Eden Zachary Honig April 22 Zachary attends Shaker Middle School and enjoys hockey basketball art and traveling His parents are Nancy Douglas Honig and his sister is Sophia Shabbat Just for toddlers through 1st graders Shabbat and Holiday Mornings 9 00 am 12 00 noon This is the perfect spot for little ones on Shabbat mornings This FREE DROP IN service provides supervised fun Shabbat activities for toddlers through first graders while you attend Shabbat morning Services When services are held at Park Synagogue East Shabbat Club is available as well Noah Jacob Lurie April 22 Mincha Noah attends Brady Middle School and enjoys playing basketball and tennis For his mitzvah project he volunteered at the Cleveland Kosher Food Pantry Noah s parents are Aimee Steve Lurie and his brother is Joey Congratulations to our Purim Costume Contest winners Eli Inwood mummy Naomi Baskind Rabbi Skoff Lynn Doug Wheatcraft Mad Hatter and Hamburglar and Bonnie Juliya and Larry Zeichner the super family April 2017 Page 16 www parksynagogue org
SIMAN TOV U   MAZEL TOV  B NEI MITZVAH  Emma Blemaster  Abbe Newman  April 1  April 29  Emma attends Laurel School and is ...
PURIM thank yous Thank you to our carnival community sponsors A HUGE thank you to our Purim Carnival chair people Karrie Faiman Bonnie Harden and Jill Lipman and Prize Master Steve Presser And thank you to the many volunteers who made the day a great success Boris Glatt Kosher Meat Costco Wholesale Davis Bakery Dean Supply Company Giant Eagle Chagrin Blvd Giant Eagle Legacy Village Joan Horowitz and Snacks N Stuff Miles Farmers Market Inc Pet Supply Plus Pollack Food Distributors Dan Silverstein Tibor s Kosher Meats Unger s Kosher Bakery and Vienna Distributing Thank you to our community RAFFLE DONORS Amy Joy Donuts Bonnie Davis Catering Caf 56 Restaurants Classic Toy Company Ellie s Waffle Smoothies Sweets and Unger s Kosher Bakery Thank You purim carnival booth sponsors Platinum Sponsors 100 Jennifer Jason Drasner Gold Sponsors 100 Anonymous Hedy David Adler Lynn Barry R Chesler Cindy Michael Duber The Friedman Law Firm the Froimson Family Larry Goldberg Estra James Grant Judy David Kaufman Elayne Bob Kwait the Levine Family Bonnie Dan Marks Loree Steve Potash Audrey Albert Ratner Linda Larry Rich Aliki Peter Rzepka Marcy Schwartz Dan Simon Park Synagogue Sisterhood Lauren Steve Spilman Strassman Insurance Services Inc Judy Steven Willensky and Donna Yanowitz Thank you to all our CARNIVAL volunteers Estelle Joe Adelman Samantha Baskind Aliza Bergman Debbie Bialer Lindsay Bialosky Melinda and Brandon Bilfield Matthew Blum Jackie Brooks Linda Chapman Judy Scott Cohen Danielle Cutler Quinn Davis Mia and Trudie Effron Lori Jeff Epstein Karrie Faiman Kandi Friedman Lori Jeff and Jamie Friedman Shia Ezra and Ayala Galili Ellen Gelender Maya Gonick Patsy Goodman Bill Grossman Maya Sophie and Aviva Groys Emma Gutart Bonnie Miriam and Joseph Harden Michael Holub Helen Horwitz Emily Isaacson Shelby Kammer Ami Kann Sherrie Kantarovich Amy Kaplan Judy David Kaufman Barbara Kleckner Cheryl Dan Kretch Charlotte Kurland Marlene Legome Sydney and Iris Levine Jill Leyser Lisa Linden Jill Kevin Zoe and Abbe Lipman Joyce Mandel John and Noa Marcus Seth Melamed Ben Muencz Abbe Newman Ellen Petler Amy Pisman Steve Presser Susan Reis Nadine John Resor Tammy Jeff Gabby and Sammy Rose Fredell Schnee Jessica Schwartz Louis Schwartz Roberta Stuart Sears Edie and Ellie Shafron Rhoda Shia Shapiro Michelle Sharp Adele Sheftel Lea Sokol Marcia Jim Spitz Arlin and Soren Stavnicky Carly Stewart Debbie Traeger Sela Uher Phyllis Weinberger and Leah Yakubov Thank you to the workers in Esther s Cafe Svetlana Alterman Sandee Baumal Beverly Bedol Karen Art Brown Ina Burday Fran Friedman Lesley Art Hirsh Etty Hoffman Rita Kroot Florence Jerry Lander Joanne Richard Prober Lillian Rubin Mina Saidel Jeff Schneider Faye Strassman Ken Vinocur Phyllis Wachs and Rita Weintraub Silver Sponsors 50 99 Anonymous Lee Chuck Apple Mitchell Balk Karen Art Brown Caf 56 Restaurants Rebecca Chelser Clothes Mentor Sharon Bruce Epstein Karrie Gregg Faiman Cheryl Stuart Garson Deborah Joel Glass the Goldner Family the Helfman Family Paula Dan Herman Lesley Marvin Karp the Kertesz Family Renee Lieberman Enid David Rosenberg the Saidel Family Rhoda Shia Shapiro and Morgan Schreiber Michael Jacobs Family Booths under 50 Toby Alex Dybbs Sheila Allan Farkas Karen Denny Linden the Posa Family Gert Resnick the Rindsberg Family Tena Rosner Anita Michael Siegal and Angela Jay Siegel Thank you to our hamantashen dough makers and bakers Asher Baskind Lindsay Bialosky Martin and Ari Bluestein Trudie and Mia Effron Maya and Alex Eisengart Molly Egar Bonnie Harden Shelby Kammer Sherrie and Rachel Kantarovich Matthew and Lisa Linden Jill Lipman Jodi Rich Samantha Rose Maren Rosenberg Jessica Schwartz Louis Schwartz Ellie Shafron Michelle Sharp and Adele Sheftel And a very special thank you to David Reich and the kitchen staff Thank you to our CARNIVAL set up team Martin and Ari Bluestein Jackie Brooks Henry Drechsler Karrie Faiman Patsy Goodman Priscilla Greenfield Maya and Sophie Groys Bonnie Harden Jill Lipman Marlene Legome Susan Reis and Adele Sheftel April 2017 Page 17 www parksynagogue org
PURIM thank-yous Thank you to our carnival community sponsors   A HUGE thank you to our Purim Carnival chair people, Karri...
Gifts to Funds The Congregation Expresses its Sympathy to our Members February 9 March 6 2017 Abraham Libbie Levine Library Plaque Fund Wendy Anthony on the loss of her husband Ken Anthony Marjorie Katz on the loss of her sister Joyce Block Irene Shulga Robert Berk on the loss of her father Grigory Brudnoy Carol Scott Burg on the loss of her father and Evan Burg on the loss of his grandfather Abraham Greenspan Jamie Sharon Lebovitz on the passing of his father and Jordan and Jennifer on the passing of their grandfather Merle Lebovitz Michele Bruce Merin Campbell on the loss of her mother Dorothy Merin Alan Gwenn Groedel on the loss of his stepfather and Jak and Ross Groedel on the loss of their step grandfather Richard Miller Gary Alana Zillan on the loss of his grandfather and Edward and Gracy on the loss of their grandfather Shulim Raygorodetsky Dan Hannah Singerman on the loss of his grandmother and Sivan and Rahm on the loss of their great grandmother Betty Unger Nate Arnold on the loss of his wife and Park s librarian Sue Arnold IMO Jack Levine and IMO Allison Levine by Donna Levine IMO Jack Levine by Bill Nancy Scott Levine Alvin Resnick Bible Study Fund IHO Gloria Resnick s birthday by Richard Resnick Arnoff Memorial Fund IHO Shirley Arnoff s birthday by Bruce Bialer Lenore Kleinman and Bernice Fidelholtz IMO Bernard Arnoff by Fred Gail Arnoff and Shirley Arnoff Barbara Richard Schreibman Grandchildren s Arts Fund IHO Sandra Gary Kaufman s anniversary by Barbara Schreibman Barbara Stephen Somogyi Holocaust Education Fund IHO Rina Sam Frankel s anniversary by Barbara Steve Somogyi IMO Betty Teitelbaum and IMO Sylvia Eigenfeld by Barbara Steve Somogyi Barney Esther Garson Minyan Fund IHO Sam Friedman s Bar Mitzvah by Steve Renee Hochman IMO Barnett Garson by Renee Steve Hochman and Family Barry Garson Memorial Fund IMO Mary Novelli by The Goldsmiths Benjamin Louis Powers Memorial Fund IMO Gladys Auerbach and IMO Hy Auerbach by Mark Barbara Kleckner Bess Maury Feren Humanitarian Fund IMO Alec Kornet by Lynn Adele Sheftel IMO Bess Feren and IMO Maury Feren by Marty Shelley Feren Yonas and Family Bresky Family Special Needs Fund IMO Abraham Greenspan IMO Sylvia Eigenfeld and IMO Mervin Berkman by Toby Bresky IMO Norman Bresky by Carol Scott and Evan Burg In Memoriam Ken Anthony Sam Baron Betty Unger Cantor Misha Pisman Discretionary Fund In appreciation of the the Park Cory Harmony History program by Cheryll Robert Bellamy In appreciation of Cantor Pisman by Marilyn Kravitz and Family In appreciation of Cantor Pisman by Judy Steve Willensky and Leslie Rosen In appreciation of Cantor Pisman by Berry Kramer Cathy Kramer Dale Nancy Kramer and Ellen Steve Young Online Donations Cheryl Ann Friedman Shabbat Club Fund Visit parksynagogue org to securely donate online with your Visa MasterCard American Express Discover cards or checking account In appreciation of Laura Halpert by Allen Kandi Friedman IMO Dorothy Merin by Allen Kandi Friedman College Outreach Fund Online Yahrtzeit Submission IHO Michael Duber s birthday by Alan Beverly Israel IMO Sylvia Adler and IMO Winnie Dybbs by Alex Toby Dybbs Cynthia L Goffman Chanukah Fund IHO Cyndi Goffman s birthday by Mom Dad IMO Doris Ferrell by Alfred Barbara Luft You may now use our online form to submit a name to be read on Friday evening and Shabbat morning services Diamond Rosen Garden Fund Get well wishes to Sheila Hirsch by Estelle Joe Adelman IMO Bertha Babe Diamond by Estelle Joe Adelman IMO Meyer Diamond by Harlan Diamond Find both of these options at parksynagogue org under the About tab Dr Alex Rubins Library Plaque Fund Maximize Your Contributions to Park IMO Dr Alex Rubins by Ira Rubins Dr Carl Frieda Snider Library Plaque Fund IMO Caroline Mervis by Fred Marcia Mervis Does your employer have a matching funds program If so any tax deductible payments or contributions you make to Park may be eligible Several of our members are currently able to double the amount of their contributions and dues by taking advantage of such programs Dr Gilbert N Silbiger Mitzvah Day Fund IHO Vivian Silbiger s Bat Mitzvah by Susan Bobby Holroyd and Family Elyse Eisen Barson Camp Scholarship Fund IHO Kara Eisen Jake Bressler s engagement by Joel Gail Eisen Ezra Tzivia Galili Fund Please contact your company s human resources department to determine eligibility requirements April 2017 IMO Sanford Kurland by Bruce Bogart Page 18 Gifts to Funds continued on the next page www parksynagogue org
Gifts to Funds  The Congregation Expresses its Sympathy to our Members   February 9 - March 6, 2017  Abraham   Libbie Levi...
Gifts to Funds continued Fannie William Lenson Library Plaque Fund IMO Fanny Lenson by Murray Marilyn Lenson Nadine Rachootin Mark Halper and Dr Beth Levy Harvey Millie Klein Educational Fund IMO Millie Klein by Judy Brody and Marc Alan Silverstein Lisa Meek IMO Doris Ferell by Joanne Donnie Goldberg Hunger Mitzvah Fund IHO Michael Duber s birthday by Pauline Duber IMO Max Schneider by Herbert Rhoda Agin IMO Louis Ostrach by Alan Marcia Arons IMO Sarah Nogg by Bruce Bialer Lenore Kleinman IMO Robert Jatlow by Martin Mary Jatlow IMO Lt Ernest Kleinman by Ellen Petler IMO Abraham Greenspan by Doris Sopher Ida Dr Herman Weinberg Fund IMO Ida Weinberg by Mel Harriet Morris Jean Lewis Katz Library Plaque Fund IHO Nancy Levin s retirement by Ken Debbie Traeger IMO Edith Schwartz by Ken Debbie Traeger Jerry Millman Minyan Fund IMO Jerry Millman by Julie Mintz David Goodman and Family Library Program Fund IMO David G Kangesser by Stephen Goldrich IMO Stephanie Mulford by Bernie Sandy Agin IMO Morris Appelbaum by Irving Appelbaum IMO Mathilda Asherson and IMO Jonathan Asherson by Dorothy Asherson IMO Morris Olovitch by Joan Barzilai IMO Frank Bauer by Gary Bauer IMO Lillian Schultz by Sandra Baumal IMO Pauline Belkin by Mike Annie Belkin IMO Samuel Bellin by Allan Bellin IMO Anna Markowitz by Esther Berman IMO Lillian Bialer by Bruce Bialer IMO Sadye Malin by Elaine Bilfield IMO Herbert Bronster by Myrna Arlen Bloch IMO Celia Porter by Hal Margie Bogart IMO Armin Glattstein by Estelle Bonchek IMO Natalie Bonchek by Barry Estelle Bonchek IMO Ellen Bregman by Ann Bregman IMO Samuel Kozloff by Arielle Brodkey IMO Rachel Domnich by Susanna Bron IMO Irmgard Broniatowski by Michael Sharon Broniatowski IMO Sally Greenberg by Art Karen Brown IMO Beverly Levine by Mr Mrs Irving Brown IMO Wiera Goldman by Howard Anita Cohen IMO Maxine Louis by Barry Cheryl Cohn IMO Norbert Amsterdam by The Dachner Family IMO Arthur Deicher by Stuart Deicher IMO Rose Dratler by Phillip Dratler IMO Dr Herbert Duber by Michael Cindy Duber IMO Sara Kleshevskaya by Alseksandra Dvorkina IMO Naomi Braid IMO Alec F Kornet and IMO Sanford Mesuse by Claire Eichler IMO Albert Katz and IMO Dorothy Epstein by Bruce Sharon Epstein IMO Abraham Felber by Joseph Felber IMO Charles Steinsapir by Bruce Linda Felder IMO Minnie Leeb by Cynthia Fellenbaum IMO Joseph Finger by Andrew Finger IMO Irving Fishman by Phyllis Fishman IMO Miriam Granik by Rina Frankel April 2017 Library Program Fund continued Library Program Fund continued IMO Sally Friedman by Howard Friedman IMO Gary Fromson by Joyce Fromson IMO Max Samuels by Bernice Goldstein IMO Marjorie Graines by Stuart Graines IMO Gladys Friedman by Marcia Ellis Hittner IMO Joseph Horwitz by Martin Sandi Horwitz IMO Harold Jones by Adele Jones IMO Lena Vinocur by Marcy Joublanc IMO Irwin Stein by Milton Linda Kaplan IMO Carl Kaplan and IMO Philip Horwitz by Richard Bess Kaplan IMO Helen Katz by Paula Katz IMO Charles Ross by Judith Khaner IMO Jonathan Asherson and IMO Mathilda Asherson by Merle Robert Kiwi IMO Riva Cherkassky by Henry Irene Kleiman IMO Jack Kleinman by Esther Kleinman IMO Ann Kline Gilbert by Stuart Terri Kline IMO David Kotler by Harvey Norma Kotler IMO Pearl Gordon by David Karen Kravitz IMO Malcolm Kreske and IMO Jack Kreske by Shirley Kreske IMO Ralph Kwait by Bob Kwait IMO Irving Effron by Sharon Lebovitz IMO Jack Levine by Stu Leslee Levine IMO Hartley Lewis by Scott Lewis IMO Victor Leybovich IMO Meir Leybovich and IMO Haya Leybovich by Eldya Leybovich IMO Milton Bayer by Alan Joan Lipsyc IMO Miriam Schatz by Cory Luzar IMO Rosalyn Meclovsky by Edward Meckler IMO Avery Meckler by The Avery Meckler Family IMO Marla Miller by Harlan Miller IMO Gertrude Miller by Dr Sanford Bonnie Miller IMO Myles Davidson by Michael Sherry Milner IMO Gertrude Milner by Michael Milner IMO Thelma Myers by Ronald Myers IMO Lillian Petler by Gary Ellen Petler IMO Eisig Gettenberg by Elda Pincus IMO Abraham Gelfand and IMO Anna Gelfand by Alex Sofia Polinkovsky IMO Jack Katz and IMO Barbara Morrison by Albert Audrey Ratner IMO Sylvia Ratner and IMO Goldie Ratner by Charlene Richard Ratner IMO Frima Toyber by Klara Rozichneru IMO Tillie Alter by Charlotte Rubin IMO Albert Berkman by Patty Rubin IMO Karol Saks by Jeffrey Renee Saks and Family IMO Karol Saks by Joan Saks IMO Herman Schneider by Jeff Schneider IMO Eugenia Seder by Joseph Seder IMO Betty Shaffer and IMO Leanore Spiegel by Stuart Elaine Shaffer IMO Esther Cohen by Vivian Shafran IMO Sharon Nathanson by Loren Brenda Shapiro IMO Hyman Shapiro by Shia Shapiro IMO Evelyn Siegel by Gloria Shewitz IMO Esther Silver by Floyd Karen Silver IMO Miriam Salzman by Renee Snow IMO Max Schneider and IMO Lee Schneider by Karen Leonard Steiger IMO Morton Stone by Marcia W Stone IMO Daniel Sylvan by David Sylvan IMO Fred Kluck and IMO Sarah Kluck by Tom Ullmo IMO Chana Yankelevich by Esfir Vernik IMO Samuel Spitalny by Sheila Waldbaum IMO Anna Lipton and IMO Joseph 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Sunday Monday Minyan April 30 8 30 am PSE Sunday School B B Mitzvah Club 9 30 am PSE Talmud Study 9 30 am PSE Rabbi s Bible Class 11 00 am Israel Tea Book 3 30 pm PSE Evening Minyan 5 30 pm PSE Morning Minyan 2 8 30 am PSE Sunday School B B Club Family Model Sederim 9 15 am PSE Talmud Study 9 30 am PSE Men s Club Meeting Rabbi s Bible Class 11 00 am PSE Torah Fund Lunch 11 30 am Away USY J Serve 12 00 pm Away Passover Playtime 2 00 pm Away Jr K Kadima Seder 5 00 pm PSE Evening Minyan 5 30 pm PSE Search for Chametz 9 Morning Minyan 8 30 am PSE Hag Halah 9 00 am PSE No Sunday School No B B Mitzvah Club No Talmud Class No Bible Class Evening Minyan 5 30 pm PSE Morning Service 8 30 am PSE 16 No Sunday School No B B Mitzvah Club No Talmud Class No Bible Class Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Shabbat 1 Morning Services 9 00 am PSM Shabbat Clubhouse Men s Club Shabbat April Anniversaries No Confirmation Youth Service 10 45 am PSM Evening Services 6 00 pm PSM Bat Mitzvah Emma Blemaster April 2017 Nisan Iyar 5777 Morning Minyan 7 30 am PSE 3 Morning Minyan 7 30 am PSE 4 Morning Minyan 7 30 am PSE 5 Morning Minyan 7 30 am PSE Preschool Family Model Seder 12 00 pm PSE 6 Preschool Kabbalat Shabbat 9 30 am PSE 9 Nisan Weekday School 4 00 pm PSE Prayerbook Hebrew 5 30 pm PSE Family Shabbat Service with Hot Hearty Oneg 6 00 pm PSE Candle lighting 7 40 pm Evening Minyan 6 00 pm PSE Mahj Mingle 6 45 pm PSE Evening Minyan 6 00 pm PSE Evening Minyan 6 00 pm PSE 10 Erev Passover First Seder Offices close at 1 pm Park Preschool on spring break until April 19 Morning Minyan 7 30 am PSE 11 Passover 1 Second Seder Offices closed Holiday Shabbat Club open 9 30 am Passover Morning Service 9 30 am PSE No Sisterhood Evening Sevice 6 00 pm PSE Congregational Seder 6 45 pm PSE 12 Passover 2 1 Omer Offices closed No Holiday Shabbat Club Passover Morning Service 9 30 am PSE Morning Service 7 30 am PSE 18 Passover 8 Yizkor Offices closed Holiday Shabbat Club open 9 00 am Morning Service 9 00 am PSE Morning Minyan 7 30 am PSE Park Preschool resumes Evening Service 6 00 pm PSE WRCG Book Group 7 30 pm Away Evening Service 5 00 pm PSE 17 Passover 7 Offices closed No Holiday Shabbat Club Morning Service 9 00 am PSE No Weekday School Evening Service 5 30 pm PSE Evening Service 6 00 pm PSE Morning Minyan 23 8 30 am PSE Sunday School 9 15 am PSE B B Mitzvah Club 9 30 am PSE Confirmation reh Talmud Study 9 30 am PSE Rabbi s Bible Class 11 00 am PSE This Light of Ours 2 00 pm Away Evening Minyan 5 30 pm PSE Yom Hashoah Morning Minyan 7 30 am PSE 24 Morning Minyan 7 30 am PSE 25 16 Nisan 19 23 Nisan 20 Morning Minyan 21 7 30 am PSE Preschool Kabbalat Shabbat 9 30 am PSE Family Shabbat Service 6 00 p PSE Confirmation Dinner PSE Candle lighting 7 56 pm Shabbat Services 22 9 00 am PSM Shabbat Clubhouse Bar Mitzvah Zachary Honig Youth Service 10 45 am PSM Evening Service 6 00 pm PSM Bar Mitzvah Noah Lurie 26 27 Morning Minyan 7 30 am PSE 28 Shabbat 29 Morning Services 9 00 am PSM Shabbat Clubhouse Bat Mitzvah Abbe Newman Youth Service 10 45 am Evening Minyan 6 00 pm PSE Morning Minyan 7 30 am PSE Morning Service 7 30 am PSE Family Shabbat Service with Klezmer Band 6 00 pm PSE Evening Service 6 00 pm PSE Sisterhood 10 00 am PSE Preschool Kabbalat Shabbat 9 30 am PSE Weekday School 4 00 pm PSE Evening Minyan 6 00 pm PSE KFP Dinner 6 45 pm PSE Candle lighting 7 48 pm Services at Park 15 EAST Morning Services 9 00 am PSE Shabbat Clubhouse April Birthdays 12th Grade Aliyah Confirmation Class 10 30 am PSE Youth Service 10 30 am PSE Evening Service 6 00 pm PSE Prayerbook Hebrew 5 30 pm PSE Morning Minyan 7 30 am PSE Evening Minyan 6 00 pm PSE Prayerbook Hebrew 5 30 pm PSE Evening Minyan 6 00 pm PSE CRUSY Regional Convention thru Sun Evening Service 6 00 pm PSM Bat Mitzvah Alexandra Bergman 14 Prayerbook Hebrew 5 30 pm PSE Evening Minyan 6 00 pm PSE 30 Nisan Evening Minyan 6 00 pm PSE 13 Men s Club KFP Poker Dinner 6 30 pm PSE Evening Service 6 00 pm PSE Morning Minyan 7 30 am PSE Shabbat 8 Morning Services 9 00 am PSM Shabbat Clubhouse Bat Mitzvah Morgan Rosenberg Confirmation Class 9 30 am PSM Youth Service 10 45 am PSM USY Shabbat Dinner 6 00 pm Away Evening Minyan 6 00 pm PSE No Weekday School 7 Morning Minyan 7 30 am PSE Family Shabbat Service 6 00 pm PSE Candle lighting 8 03 pm Evening Service 6 00 pm PSM Bat Mitzvah Dara Klugherz Looking for April 30 Look up
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THE PARK SYNAGOGUE BULLETIN USPS 422 060 Periodicals Postage Paid at Cleveland Ohio Vol LXXXXV No 10 Published monthly The Park Synagogue 27500 Shaker Blvd Pepper Pike OH 44124 5050 POSTMASTER send address changes to the address above Telephone 216 371 2244 Fax 216 321 0639 Annual subscription 25 00 Joshua Hoffer Skoff Senior Rabbi Leighton A Rosenthal Chair in Rabbinics Sharon Young Marcus Associate Rabbi Milton B Rube Rabbi in Residence Misha Pisman Cantor Gadi Galili Ritual Director Stuart Deicher Executive Director Teri Rube Hochberg Director of Education Anne Sportas Preschool Director Judy Kaufman Development Director Ellen Petler Program Volunteer Director Allison Solomon Membership Director Jenni Thomas Communications Director Bulletin Editor DATED MATERIAL DO NOT DELAY PERIODICAL Dan Polster Confirmation Class Coordinator Ilana Horowitz Ratner Jewish Life Educator Michael Rubin Park Day Camp Director Officers President Mark I Froimson V P Administration Robert Kwait V P Communications Sharon Lebovitz V P Education Youth David Kaufman V P Membership Anita Siegal V P Special Projects Bruce Epstein Treasurer Scott Weltman Recording Secretary Robert Scher Endowment Committee Chair Ira Goffman Legal Counsel David Adler Park Day Camp Kindergarten 6th grade June 12 August 4 9 00 am 3 50 pm Before After Care Available Low camper counselor ratio 5 1 Private Olympic pool with daily swimming lessons free swim with certified lifeguards HURRY Prices Field trips for 2nd 6th graders increase on Jewish camp traditions the joy of April 7 Shabbat theme weeks sing alongs Blue White games and family Shabbat service Curbside drop off and pick up Daily hot lunches snacks included Park Preschool Camp 2 Years Pre Kindergarten June 12 August 4 9 00 am 1 00 pm Before After Care Available Nurturing all areas of a child s growth and development in a fun camp like environment 3 or 5 days per week Special guests Register for Fun Shabbat program both camps at Hot lunch option parksynagogue org Save these dates for great summer fun Trip to Chautauqua Thursday July 13 Join us for a day trip of learning Lectures will feature Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks former Chief Rabbi of the United Hebrew Congregations of the British Commonwealth and Rabbi Sid Schwarz Senior Fellow at the National Jewish Center for Learning Leadership Best of Broadway Blossom Concert Sunday July 16 What could be better than hearing the Cleveland Orchestra under the stars Join us for this annual pilgrimage with the Gesher group Open to everyone Indians vs Yankees Sunday August 6 It s almost Tribe time Get out to the ballpark with Gesher and the Men s Club Fun event open to everyone Park Country Fair Sunday August 27 A day of fun for everyone Clergy vs Congregants softball game Animals Treats Games Rocket Car rides and more
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