Young Israelight 5782
Vayeshev
22-23 Kislev November 26-27
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ShulCloud Membership Directory
Since 2019 over 50 new families have joined Young Israel of Scarsdale. We thought both our new members and “old” members could use a refresher course in our online platform ShulCloud.
Please log in to ShulCloud at www.yisny.org and then click the login button in the upper right corner. Once logged in, there are many convenient options at your fingertips such as inputting your address, phone number, email address, and a picture. You can also enter a family's yahrzeits, make a donation, pay a bill or set up a payment schedule using a credit card or e-check.
The search tool also lets you search by name as well as browse the whole synagogue directory. Click here to view the YIS Membership Directory. The directory is secure and only available for those people who have logged in. There is also a user-friendly mobile app for Apple Click here and Android Click here ​​​​​​​ users. We hope you will take advantage of the membership directory feature and get to know the members in our wonderful shul.

To add yourself to the ShulCloud Membership Directory: Log in go to MY ACCOUNT then VIEW MY DIRECTORY then click EDIT MY ACCOUNT INFO and SAVE. You can go back to that page and click UPDATE VIEW to see your changes.
Important YIS COVID Related Announcement
We have created an e-mail address at YISHEALTH@gmail.com to make it easier for individuals who have been to shul to self-report COVID-19 cases. The e-mails will only be sent to a small group (including a medical professional) who will then determine appropriate steps to be taken, if any. As always, reports will be kept confidential unless the individual elects to be identified to assist in contact tracing.
MISHEBEIRACH FOR
OUR CHAYALIM
Our community is honored to have the following young men and women affiliated with YIS families serving as IDF Soldiers. Please keep them in your prayers always: Simcha Bryks, Yaakov Eyal, Cfir Feinberg, Ori Feinberg, Ahron Finkel, Shlomo Fried, Miki Hill, Michael Kesselman, Daniel Mestel, Gabriel Mestel, Eden Shmuel.
Weekly gathering of women in our community who recite Tehillim in the merit of people who are in challenging circumstances. 
YIS has had an operational Mikveh for more than 40 years. It is convenient and a strong statement of our commitment to religious ritual. Please support our Mikveh which is open every evening by appointment for women. The Mikveh number is 914-472-0946.
Shiffy Friedman is available to answer women's questions regarding Mikveh, Taharat Hamishpacha, family planning and other intimacy-related matters.
"YIS Assists" lends available Sabbath-compliant electric scooter, wheelchairs, walkers, canes, etc.
to shul members.

Established by the Aspis and Bryks families in memory of Israel Friedrich,
Yisroel Meir ben Mordechai and Thelma Herskowitz, Tova Leat bat Yitzchak Tzvi Hacohen 
DONATE
CLOTHING AND LINENS
Donations go to: Kupath Ezrah of Rockland County. All items should be clean and in good condition. Contact Scott Greenbaum: 914.723.1797

May your efforts be a z'chus
for the Refua Shelaimah of 
Aharon ben Henya Hadassah
DELIVER KOSHER MEALS FOR HOMEBOUND ADULTS
Meal Pick-Up and Container
Drop-Off at Sinai Free Synagogue. Contact Caron Gelles for more information: 914.668.4350
SAFETY REFLECTOR VESTS

Please pick up at the shul office.
Courtesy of Sandra and Ira Greenstein.
DEDICATIONS
YAHRZEIT PLAQUES
Will be illuminated every year on the yahrzeit. Cost: $750. Contact Ken Chorzewski: 914.235.0860.
YAHRZEIT NOTIFICATION INFORMATION
In order to assist with observing a Yahrzeit date in future years, please click below to complete the Yahrzeit form. Alternatively, you can log into your Shul Cloud account.
Community Calendar
YIS and UJA-Federation invite you to do a mitzvah through UJA’s Annual Gift of Hanukkah toy drive.
Drop off toys at YIS through Monday, November 29. Brighten the holidays for local children and families in need by donating gifts that will be distributed by Westchester Jewish Community Services, a UJA nonprofit partner. For more information: http://www.ujafedny.org/gift-of-hanukkah-drive.
Chai-Lifeline's i-Shine program is a unique after-school initiative for elementary and middle school children affected by the illness or loss of a close family member. It meets Wednesday afternoons from 3:45-6:45pm at Westchester Day School. When life's challenges become overwhelming, i-Shine provides relief and assistance. It's an environment filled with laughter, learning and friendship. High school volunteers are a vital part of the program, often forming life-long relationships with their "buddies." i-Shine is in need of drivers to transport SAR HS volunteers, all of whom are vaccinated, to and from the program, as well as drivers who can drive elementary school children to and from WDS. Please contact Daphne Rawson - drawson2@verizon.net or 914-262-0734 or Linda Zucker - linda.zucker@gmail.com or 914-837-9019 if you can help.