In honor of the Bar Mitzvah of Ralph Raskas by his cousins, Etan, Leora, Hadassah and Eliana Raskas, Bella, J.J., Tamar and Avi Adler, and Isaac, Sophia and Maya Ohrenstein and his sisters, Jasmine and Natalie Raskas.
By the Strashuns in loving memory of the yahrtzeits of Barbara’s brother, Stewart Rothman and her father, William Rothman.
By Mayer, Elly, Joshua, & Adira Weisel in honor of their parents’ 25th wedding anniversary!
By Natalie & Jacob, Uri &Albina, and Alex & Jessica Sukhodolsky in honor of Jacob’s father, Sam, and his 90th birthday!
By Vicki, Warren, Dovi and Adira Isakow in honor of their newest member Liora Hadassa.
SATURDAY, MARCH 7TH - FRIDAY, MARCH 13TH 2009 – SHABBAT TETZAVEH
Friday, March 6th
Candle lighting 5:42 pm
Mincha/Ma’ariv 5:40 pm
Saturday, March 7th
Hashkama 7:30 am
Chumash Shiur 8:00 am
Shacharit 9:00 am
Sof Zman Kri’at Shema 9:18 am
Pre-Mincha Shiur * 4:35 pm
Mincha 5:35 pm
Shabbat Ends 6:43 pm
MOVE CLOCKS FORWARD ONE HOUR
“Can We Learn History from the Megillah Story?”
The Eruv is UP
Kiddush: Sponsored by Adinah and Heschel Raskas, Ralph's Bubbie and Zadie, in honor of Ralph’s bar mitzvah.
Seudah Shlishit: Sponsored byErna Waltuch, great-grandmother of this week's Bar-Mitzvah Ralph Raskas, in memory of Max (Mordechai) Waltuch.
Sunday 8:00 am
Monday, Tuesday - PURIM see attached schedule
Thursday 6:30 am
Wednesday, Friday 6:40 am
Mincha/Ma’ariv 6:45 pm
(Monday, Tuesday – PURIM see attached schedule)
Mazel Tov to Ralph Raskas on his Bar
Mitzvah. Mazel Tov to Ralph’s father, Jonathan Raskas, his mother, Dede
Raskas, his sisters, Jasmine and Natalie, and grandparents, aunts, uncles and
cousins. We welcome the many out-of-town visitors: Daniel and Daphna Raskas,
Etan, Leora, Hadassah and Eliana from
Mazel Tov to Dr Lester & Matilda Zeffren on the birth of a great-grandson to Sara & Shloimey Scheinert. Mazel Tov to the grandparents, Rabbi Gerson & Donna Zeffren.
Mazel Tov to Warren & Vicki Isakow on the birth of their daughter, Liora Hadassa.
· Amalya Shoshana (עמליא שושנה בת רחל אסתר)
· Yael Bayla (יעל ביילא בת רחל אסתר)
· Aryeh (אריה בן רחל אסתר)
· Gershon Yitzchak (גרשון יצחק בן מאטל צירל)
· Rafael Dovid Grunberger (רפאל דוד בן ברכה)
· Ruven Kirshner (ראובן בן טובה חיה)
· Zev Eliezer (זאב בן חיה שיינדל)
· Erna Waltuch (אסתר בת רחל לאה)
· Alan Green (הרב אברהם מנחם מענדל בן צביה)
· Zivi Pearl (זהבה אורטל בת צפורה)
· Michael Harris (משה בן רבקה)
· Larry Davis (אליעזר חיים בן פריידה)
KIDNAPPED CHAYAL ZAHAL
· Gilad (ben Aviva) Shallit
THE SHUL DINNER: CAFÉ RIMONIM.
Kudos to Debby Schuman, Chelle Medow, Izzy Yazdi, Rebecca Carman, Miriam and Elisheva Weisel, Roberta Gornish, Karen Zeffren and Bryna Kandel and all their committee members on delivering a totally beautiful, fun, delicious, happy, creative and meaningful dinner. Much thanks and congratulations to our Honorees, Charles Landy, and Uria and Vardit Teperberg.
SR NCSY ONEG SHABBAT: Will be at the home of Debby &
ICE SKATING: for JR NCSY on Sunday March 8th, at Brentwood Ice Skating Rink from 2:30 pm-4:00 pm. Cost is $5. To RSVP or for info, call or text Rabbi “Mike” at 314-498-6279
ADDITIONS TO DIRECTORY: We apologize for the inadvertent omission of the following information. Please add: Maier & Phyllis Sadwin, 1425 Dinsmoor Dr, Chesterfield, MO 63017, 314-576-7462; and somehow Barry & Hessie Needle got lost on the way to the printer. They are at 8201 Balson, 63132, 314-726-4591. Marsha Weiss has a new phone number: 314-721-3036
LUBCHANSKY TRIPLETS: Volunteers Needed!
Judy Taylor is helping the Lubchanskys coordinate volunteers to help with the babies. If you are interested, please contact her by email (first) at firstname.lastname@example.org or on her cell (if you have no email access) at 314-456-5315.
ESTHERS EXPRESS: Help is needed to pack Esther’s Express packages on Sunday, March 8th at 9:00 am in the social hall at Shul. The more people we have, the less time it will take. Pickup for your Mishloach Manot will be immediately after Megillah reading on Monday night.
PARADE: See history come alive!
The St. Louis Purim Re-enactment Parade begins this year at 2:00 p.m. on Purim
day at the corner of Gay and Cornell. The event features local personalities in
full costume and make-up as Mordechai and Haman. Mordechai will be on a horse
led by Haman who will declare for all to hear the sentence right out of the
Megillah: "Thus shall be done to the man whom the king wishes to
honor!" Everyone is invited to join in the parade themselves. At the end
of the parade (3:00 p.m. at
AND PURIM DOESN’T END: This year Young Israel is having a Shushan Purim Party after your Purim Seudah on Tuesday night, March 10th from 8 - 10 pm. There will be music, finger food, a Purim Shpiel and lots of fun. No reservations are needed. The cost is $10/person at the door.
MOAS CHITIM: You have probably all received your Moas Chitim letters from the Vaad.
Please give generously to help others enjoy Pesach. Send checks to: Vaad Hoeir
ATID’S FAMILY WALK & BBQ: Supporting
the "Include Me" program that benefits children with special needs in
our Day Schools. Sunday, March 29, 2009,
Mishnat Pinchas, the TMK parent/child learning begins 5 minutes after the start of Kiddush.We are studying Perek 5 of Pirkei Avot.
Beit Midrash for Women, with Merav Possick, at the home of Faye Newman, 7916 Stanford, Wednesdays at 9:00 am.
The Ruth Fredman Bat Mitzvah Program is every Sunday, from 7 pm - 8:30 pm. For more info, contact Merav Possick at 420-3696.
Bnei Akiva. Beginning March 7th, Bnei Akiva groups will be held downstairs in Young Israel Synagogue. The "start time" each Shabbat afternoon is 1 hour before Mincha (70 mins before that week's candle-lighting time). Contact Chaim (420-8080) or Merav (420-3696) for details.
SHUL OFFICE & CONTACT INFO
Shul Office Hours: Mon-Fri 9:30 AM – 2:30 PM.
Deadline for announcements: Noon on Thursday & for Mazel Tovs 10 AM on Friday
Rabbi Shulman’s personal contact info: email@example.com, 314‑725‑6130 (home study) Young Israel Web-site: www.youngisrael-stl.org To sponsor a weekly Shul Announcement, email Judy (firstname.lastname@example.org) or call the Shul office (727-1880). Minimum suggested donation is $36.