5 Alex David Corwin
6 Stewart Levine
6 Jeffrey Fishman
7 James Bardzik
12 Zoe Aliza Corwin
13 Aron Oz Schneider
16 Eden Weinstein
19 Ryan Wexler
20 Eitan Richter
20 Michael W. Ritz
22 Ellen Schaffer
22 Nechemyeh N. Zinger
22 Breanna Calli
23 Stacey Gamberg
30 Linda Skolnik
31 Tehila Sara Fox
Ad Meah v'Esrim - Biz 120
We commemorate the yahrtzeit of:
5 Bella Berkowitz Mason 2 Tamuz 5 Dorothy Denzig Krakower 2 Tamuz 11 Dorothy Wexler 8 Tamuz 13 Steven Arthur Greenberg 10 Tamuz 17 Gertrude Fuhrer 14 Tamuz 19 Moshe Yitzchak Langer 16 Tamuz 20 Samuel J. Klein 17 Tamuz 20 Bessie Kessler 17 Tamuz 20 Joseph E. Levine 17 Tamuz 21 Sidney Davis 18 Tamuz 23 Morris Schreibman 20 Tamuz 24 Samuel Robles 21 Tamuz 25 Jack Sachs 22 Tamuz 25 William Kaplan 22 Tamuz 27 Rose Pastreich 24 Tamuz 27 Louis Stich 24 Tamuz 30 Helen Betty Sullum 27 Tamuz
May their souls be bound in the bond of eternal life.
This information comes from our Shul calendar. If you wish to add a name to this list please contact us.
Schedule of Services
Candle Lighting 8:14 PM
Mincha /Kabbalat Shabbat 7:00 PM
Shacharit Shabbat Day 9:00 AM
Shema before 9:15AM
Mincha after 1:38 PM
Shabbat Ends 9:15 PM
Weekdays Monday - Friday 7:00 AM
Monday afternoon 7:00PM at the Levines'
News from the Social Action Coalition
Dear Schomre Israel Community,
Your support of the Morse School community throughout the academic year is greatly appreciated. In addition to the food items you donate into the big box near the Gold Room, the Jewish Social Action Coalition uses grant money that has been awarded to them to purchase food from the Food Bank of the Hudson Valley. (If you are not familiar with the Food Bank, look at their website at
foodbankofthehudsonvalley.org). Also, at Thanksgiving time we put together Thanksgiving baskets for families at the school by collecting donated food and gift cards to augment our Food Bank purchases. Over the 10 month period from September through June over 6 tons of food have been provided to the school community! The weight of the items obtained from the Food Bank comes to 12,407 pounds. The local Harding Club has provided the manpower for delivering this food to the school. On a regular basis this food helps about 60 kids and their families. The school social worker and psychologist rotate kids in and out as their circumstances change.
Additionally, once a month our synagogue provides breakfast food for the approximately 60 guests at the local homeless shelter. We provide fruit and boxes of cereal. Special thanks to the Sisterhood in underwriting this project.
The Jewish Social Action Coalition is a cooperative effort of the area synagogues and the Harding Club, as well as members of other organizations such as the Jewish War Veterans and interested individuals.
As Schomre's representative to the Coalition, thank you for your continued involvement and support.
Any questions or concerns please contact
Sandy at 845-452- 2436
Thank you to Debby Sullum for her dedication to our community and the Social Action Committee. Your leadership over the past years has been greatly appreciated.
All we really know is her name: Yirmatia. We don't know when or where she lived, other than sometime before the second century, and somewhere in the ancient Middle East. Most importantly, we don't know what motivated her anonymous mother to
dedicate Yirmatia's weight in gold to the Temple in Jerusalem.