Mazel Tov!

Donnie & Yael Arnold on their daughter, Rachel Meredith, becoming Bat Mitzvah
Sister of Addi, Jacqueline and Sabrina
Granddaughter of Roma Minc, and Sam & Rhoda Arnold
Great-granddaughter of Florence Abramson

Tom & Sasha Weisz on being inducted into the City of Hamilton's Gallery of Distinction
which recognizes those who have made a lasting contribution to the city.

Friday, Nov 17
Kabalat Shabbat 4:30pm
Candle Lighting 4:31pm

Shabbat, Nov 18
Morning Services 9:00am
Evening Services 4:25pm
Havdallah 5:30pm

Sunday, Nov 19
Morning Services 8:30am
Evening Services 4:30pm

Weekday Services
Morning Services 7:15am
Mincha / Maariv 4:30pm

Morris Black Public Speaking Contest
Sunday, Nov.19 @ 2:00 pm
Open to students in Grades 3 - 8
Registration required by Nov. 11 - contact JCC for details

Art Show & Sale
Come and browse the many different artistic creations, from fine art paintings, to collages, to jewelry, to sculpture, pottery and more.  On display are the works of 15 gifted local, Jewish artists.  The show is free.  All proceeds of the sale goes to the artist.
Sunday, November 19, 2017
2:00 to 8:00 pm
Temple Anshe Sholom
215 Cline Avenue North, Hamilton
This first Cellathon will be an opportunity to make a great impact on our community and help strengthen Jewish life in Hamilton. There are two ways you could help to make this event wonderful: First, by attending and second by spreading the word in order to have more volunteers participating of this event. Cellathon takes place at Temple Anshe Sholom Click here to  RSVP to Elaine Levine

Short Vort:  How to Build a Legacy?
"When will my actions reach the level of my Forefathers, Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob?" (Tanna D'vei Eliyahu, 25).  As Jews we search for role models.  It's therefore striking that a cornerstone of Isaac's legacy  is digging wells. What is symbolic in this difficult and arduous task?

On the surface, digging a well is an act of supreme compassion, as water is the most central and indispensable staple of life. But there is more than meets the eye.   The Lubavitcher Rebbe points out a distinction between wells and springs.  Both are a natural water source.  The difference - a spring flows effortlessly to the surface while wells require human effort to remove the barriers.  

Sometimes life presents us with wellsprings that naturally and elegantly pour forth their bounty.  More often, though, life is defined by being a well digger.  When others simply see dirt, the true greats have the vision to see the deep potential within.  Greatness is defined by our tenacity and determination to reveal the blessings latent beneath the surface.

Isaac had many historic accomplishments, the Torah even describes how he "waxed great."  Yet, his ultimately legacy is as a well digger.   May we all be his spiritual heirs.
Rabbi Daniel Green

To share comments, or to read more Short Vorts click here.
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Coming up...
Women's Rosh Chodesh Event
Sunday, November 19th at 8pm
We have an amazing speaker coming in from Toronto!
Mrs. Rina Deutsch
Light It Up: Dispelling the Darkness in Kislev
לעילוי נשמת זאב בן משה דב
In memory of the beloved Rabbi Zev Eisenstein A"H

Hosted by the Hamilton Kollel.   For more information or sponsorship opportunities for future events please contact Chaviva Kutnowski at
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Sisterhood Paint Night!

Back by popular demand...the Adas Israel Sisterhood will be holding another 
Paint Night!!
No experience necessary -  step-by-step guided painting session with our instructor, Maggie Norris.
When: Sunday December 3rd, 2017 at 7:30 pm
Where: Waxman Social Hall
Cost: $18 per person, which includes all of the supplies you will need! 
Please sign up no later than Nov 27th.

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Wednesday, December 6th, 2017 @ 6:00 pm. 
With Memory Tribute to Perry Bogart, a'h. 
Call 905-528-0039 to order your tickets now!
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New Adas Calendar!
Book your ad in the  Adas Israel Sisterhood Calendar today!!!
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Sponsor a  Day  of  Learning @ the HHA!

Please consider sponsoring a 
day of  learning  in honour  of  a special event, a birthday, or in memory  of  a loved one (Yartzeit).
The Adas Israel Sisterhood had donated the  "day of learning" calendar squares  of  the calendar with all proceeds to benefit the HHA!

"Day of Learning" sponsorships are also:
  • Announced at school on the intercom on the actual day of the dedication (or on the following school day if the date falls out on a weekend)
  • Featured in our school e-bulletin
  • Featured in the HHA online school calendar

Adas Youth Programs
Bar & Bat Mitzvah Club

There's a lot more to becoming Bar or Bat Mitzvah than a  great party!  Make the most of your Bar / Bat Mitzvah experience.
For boys in Gr. 7& 8  Girls in Gr. 6 & 7
Contact Oliver Borr for details at