We wish much happiness and good health on this special day. - Biz 120!!
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We commemorate the yahrtzeit of:
YAHRTZEITS JANUARY 2019
7 Edith Blatt 1 Shevat
8 William Feureisen 2 Shevat
8 Bessie Friedlander 2 Shevat
9 Sylvia Blatt 3 Shevat
11 David Krakower 5 Shevat
14 Hilda L. Wachs 8 Shevat
17 Lillie Levine11 Shevat
18 Brian Weisfelner 12 Shevat
22 Naomi Adina Sullum 16 Shevat
23 Reyna L. Wachs 17 Shevat
26 Ruth Goldberg 20 Shevat
26 William Horowitz 20 Shevat
28 Albert Anes 22 Shevat
29 Jake Nussbaum 23 Shevat
May their souls be bound in the bond of eternal life.
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Schedule of Services
Candle Lighting 4:20 PM
Mincha /Kabbalat Shabbat 4:25 PM
Shacharit Shabbat Day 9:00 AM
Shema before 9:42 AM
Mincha after 12:24 PM
Shabbat Ends 5:21 PM
Sunday Morning 8:30 AM Shacharit
Weekdays 7:00 AM, Monday Rosh Chodesh Shevat
Monday 7:00 PM prior to Board Meeting at Shul
News from the Social Action Coalition
Library Volunteers Needed
The library at the Morse School is up and running. Although there is a part time librarian who works there, volunteers are still needed to help out. The volunteers will help students select and check out books and reshelve books. Some volunteers may choose to read aloud to groups of students. All new volunteers will be trained--it's very simple. Volunteers shifts are on Mondays and Thursdays for 2 hours. The children are excited to come to the library and borrow books. This can be a very rewarding experience for our volunteers.
You can do this job once a week, once a month, or whenever it is convenient for you. To see what shifts are available and to sign up go to
morsevolunteers.org (in the URL spot) and sign up for the times that work for you.
Sandy Corwin and Debby Sullum
Any questions or concerns please contact
Sandy at 845-452- 2436 or Debby at 845-705-3656.
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