Sunday, August 31, 2008

Yarchi Kallah Schedule

The following is the Yarchei Kallah schedule for Labor Day, Monday, September 1, at K'hal Tzemach Tedek:

Shacharis 1: 6:45 AM
Shacharis 2: 8:00 AM
Shacharis 3: 9:00 AM
Shacharis 4: 9:30 AM
Gemorah Sukkah: 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM
Hilchos Sukkah (schach): 11:30 AM to 12:30 PM
Lunch Break: 12:30 PM to 2:00 PM
Tanya – The Levels of Rosh Hashanah: 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM
Maamar on Rosh Hashanah: 3:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Mincha 1: 4:00 PM
Mincha 2: 7:00 PM
Maariv: 9:30 PM

Welcome Wassermans!

Welcome to Yossie and Baila Wasserman on their move to our community (Dr. Frank Drive)!

Friday, August 29, 2008

Meschaninov & Tenembaum Vort

The Vort of Faigie Meshchaninov and Elchanan Tenembaum will take place this Thursday night, September 4th, beginning at 7:30 PM, at the home of Dr. Gavriel and Sarah Tenembaum, 33 Mariner Way.

Rebbi from Spring Valley Thanks EMT Who Saved His Life

By Hoa Nguyen, The Journal News
Roland Faucher, an EMT with the Mohegan Volunteer Fire Association, last night shook hands with Jacob Klang, the man he helped save in November at the Ohr Hameir Theological Seminary in Cortlandt.

"The last time we saw him, he wasn't even talking," Faucher said of Klang, who came to the event to thank the emergency responders who saved his life.

On Nov. 7, Klang, 38, was standing in a classroom study hall when he collapsed and went into cardiac arrest. As some students called 911, others began administering cardiopulmonary resuscitation for nearly 10 minutes until Faucher and paramedics arrived to take over. The paramedics were persistent in their efforts to save him, going above and beyond what other responders would have done, Klang said.

"They were persistent and kept going," he said. "There are others who would have stopped."

Faucher said the save was a classic example of what to do in the case of cardiac arrest - namely, the importance of starting CPR immediately.

"Very seldom do we have the pleasure of such a save," he said.

Surrounded by his wife and children, Klang said he was feeling healthy and more appreciative of life.

"He did a nice job for us," Faucher said. "He came back. With a nice family like this, why wouldn't he?"

The Journal News

Women's Kiddush at Tzemach Tzedek

The women's kiddush is going strong! Please join us for an inspiring yet informal gathering (and kiddush buffet) immediately after davening in the upstairs beis medrash. Feel free to bring a story, an anecdote, a few Torah thoughts or a bracha to share. Or perhaps you have a guest who has something interesting to say. Listeners are welcome too! (There continues to be a women's section at the downstairs kiddush as well.)

N'shei Chabad Bookstore Update

We now have the following new items available: Jewish Woman's Calendar, new children's book The King in the Field, Siddurim, Machzorim, Selichos. Begin getting ready for the Yomim Noraim now! Come and browse on erev Shabbos, motzai Shabbos and Sunday and daily after Ma'ariv between 9:45 and 11:00 PM. For more information please call Mrs. Abramowitz's cell at 845-558-8249.

Thursday, August 28, 2008

Ride to Crown Heights

If you are going from Monsey to Crown Heights tonight (Thursday)or tomorrow morning (Friday) and have room for 1 passenger please call Devorah at 845-368-1889. Thank you.

Cheder Chabad Building Committee

Attention Members of our Community and Parents of Cheder Chabad.

Would you like to be part of an important project for the future of our Cheder and our community? Do you wish to have a positive impact on the Chinuch of your own children / grandchildren or children in our community? Are you looking for ways to donate your time, energy and talents to a good cause?

Cheder Chabad is forming a building committee to move the agenda of securing building sites for its boys and girls schools forward.

This is a very important project for the Cheder and the community overall, as the growth and development of the Cheder goes hand in hand with the growth and development of our community.

There are numerous tasks involved in this effort, including but not limited to: developing a vision, defining the appropriate size, structure and usages of such buildings, finding site(s), fundraising, securing financing from institutions and individuals, potentially partnering with other institutions or businesses and dealing with authorities.

The Cheder Board has appointed Yechiel Rapport to chair this committee. If you would like to volunteer and become a committee member, please email Yechiel Rappoport by September 15th at

If you believe that you are particularly suited to a specific task or for heading a specific subcommittee / effort, please state and explain this in your response.

Heichal Menachem of Monsey to Move to New Location

Mazel Tov Meshchaninovs and Tenembaums!

Mazel tov to Moshe and Yehudis Chana Meschaninov and Dr. Gavriel and Sarah Tenembaum on the engagement of their children Faigie Meshchaninov and Elchanan Tenembaum!

Wednesday, August 27, 2008

Mazel Tov Sebbags!

Mazal tov to Rabbi Yitzchok and Mimmy Sebbag (of Passaic) on the birth of a baby girl!

Farbrengen Shabbos Afternoon

Menashe Borbely will be hosting a farbrengen in honor of his birthday this Shabbos afternoon beginning at 4:00 at his home, 52 Jill Lane. All are invited to participate!

Seeking Kiddush Sponsor

If you are interested in sponsoring this weeks kiddush at K'hal Tzemach Tzedek in honor of Shabbos Mevorchim Mochor Chodesh or any other occasion please contact or 914-960-2888.

Monday, August 25, 2008

Home Sweet Home

A group of Monsey boys return from Gan Gan Yisroel, New York.

Good Sam Seeks to Ease ER Waiting Time

By Jane Lerner, The Journal News
SUFFERN -Good Samaritan Hospital is asking the state Department of Health for permission to build a new $2.8 million rapid admissions unit that it hopes will ease wait times in the emergency room. The hospital hopes to build a 10-bed ward where emergency-room patients who need to be admitted to the hospital will be treated until a bed becomes available in other parts of the facility. Click here to continue.

Rabbi Markowitz Inspires South Africa

Seeking Teachers

The Chabad Hebrew School in Old Tappan, NJ (approximately 20 minutes from Monsey) is looking for 2 mature post seminary girls or married women to join their teaching staff on Sunday mornings. Good pay and nice environment. If you are interested in this position please contact Devora Ita at 201-767-2007 or email

Sunday, August 24, 2008

Labor Day Yarchei Kallah Program

As in the past, there will be a Yarchei Kallah learning program at K’hal Tzemach Tzedek on Labor Day, Monday September 1. A schedule will follow.

Saturday, August 23, 2008

K'hal Tzemach Tzedek Elections

Elections for the Board of Directors of K'hal Tzemach Tzedek will take place on Sunday, September 7th at 8:00 PM at the Shul. In addition to electing three trustees, the following officers will be elected: President; Vice President; Recording Secretary; Corresponding Secretary; Treasurer; Corresponding Treasurer; Gabbai Rishon; and Gabbai Sheni.

To run for a position, you must complete the form below and submit it via email to no later than 11:00 PM on Sunday, August 31st. The information you put down will be posted on the Monsey Blog and emailed to the membership. As decided at last year’s general membership meeting, to be eligible to run for any position, your written submission (below) must include a statement which says you are willing to serve as the Chair of at least one standing committee of the Shul and donate an average of 8 hours per month to the Shul. While standing committees for the next year have not yet been established, below is the list of proposed standing committees. In addition, to run for any position, you must be in good financial standing. If you have any questions concerning this, please contact our treasurer, Tzadok Leib Messing at
Congregation Tzemach Tzedek Lubavitch of Monsey, Inc.
Statement of Interest Form


Email Address:

Telephone Number:

Why I want to run for a Board position?

What I hope to accomplish as a member of the Board?

I agree to serve as the Chair of at least one standing committee of the Shul and to donate an average of 8 hours per month to the Shul.


Membership – Responsible for seeking out new members of the Shul; speaking with individuals about the benefits of Shul membership.
Welcoming – Responsible for ensuring new community members are invited to the Shul; notified of Shul activities; receive a welcoming basket.
House – Responsible for ensuring the Shul building is properly maintained, including the indoors and outdoors; negotiating any contracts to maintain the Shul; ensuring the Shul has adequate cleaning and paper supplies.
Shabbos Kiddush – Consulting with the Rav to establish a listing of all Shabbosim in which it is appropriate for the Shul to have a Kiddush; maintaining a listing of dates of sponsored kiddushes and seeking out sponsorships for Kiddushes. Coordinating a committee to help with the set up and clean up of Shabbos Kiddushes.
Special Farbrengens - Consulting with the Rav to establish a listing of all week day dates in which the Shul should have a frabrengen; seeking out sponsosrhips for these frabrengens; ordering the food for these Frabrengens and helping with the set up and clean up.
Building Fund Committee – Helping to raise restricted funds to pay the Shul’s monthly mortgage.
Special Fund Committee – Helping to raise restricted funds to pay expenses to maintain a full-time Rav in our community.
Tzedaka Committee – Raising and distributing funds to meet Yom Tov and emergency needs of members of Anash
Mikva Committee – Establish policies for the usage of the Mikva including hours of operation and costs; work together with the House committee to negotiate contracts for maintaining and cleaning the mikva.
Building Committee – Monitor capital renovations necessary for the Shul.
Children’s Committee – In consultation with the Rav, plan and carry out Shabbos activities for the boys and girls of the Shul; Work with the Shluchim of the Yeshiva to establish week day activities for the boys of the Shul; Work with the new Monsey Chabad Girl’s High School to establish week day activities for the girls in our community.
Special Events – Run the Shul’s annual major event
Shul N’Shei Tzemach Tzedek Liason – Establish a vibrant N’shei Chabad group for the Shul to promote programming for women and community service to enhance all of the Shul’s programs.

Friday, August 22, 2008

Mazel Tov Munitzs!

Mazel tov to Rabbi Shalom Ber and Devorah Munitz on the engagement of their son Yisroel Meir to Illona Hess of Lomita, CA!

The L’chaim will take place this Sunday night, August 24th, beginning at 8:30 PM, at Lubavitcher Yeshiva, 570 Crown Street (entrance on Albany) in Crown Heights.

Wednesday, August 20, 2008

Blood Drive

The New York Blood Center is coordinating an Emergency Blood Drive which will be held on Sunday, August 31, from 8:30 AM until 4:30 PM at 455 Route 306 (Wesley Hills Plaza). Please call Miriam at 845-558-6182 to make an appointment or walk in at your convenience (if you do make an appointment you will not have to wait in line).

Seeking Tutor

Chabad of Suffern is looking for a tutor for an 11 year old boy that attended a Hebrew Day School and this year will be in public school. He needs to keep up in his conversational Hebrew, writing Hebrew, and begin Bar Mitzvah lessons. If you or someone you know is interested please contact 845-368-1889 or

Refrigerator Needed

Cheder Chabad (Boys)is looking for a full-size refrigerator for its breakfast and lunch programs. If you have a spare refrigerator or know someone who does please contact the cheder at 845-356 1213.

Mazel Tov Strasbergs - Shalom Zachor!

Mazel tov to Yanky and Shandle Strasberg on the birth of a baby boy! Mazel tov to the grandparents Shmuel and Miriam Klein!

The Shalom Zachor will take place this Friday night at the Klein home, 22 Jeffrey Place.

Chabad of Suffern Seeks Hebrew School Teachers

Due to the overwhelming enrollment in the Chabad of Suffern Hebrew School, we are looking for 3 teachers to join our existing staff. If you or someone you know is interested please contact Devorah at 845-368-1889 or

If you would be interested in volunteering to help out with other programs that Chabad of Suffern will be running in the coming year please call Devorah as well.

Tuesday, August 19, 2008

Sefer Torah Needed

Cheder Chabad is looking to borrow a Sefer Torah to be used at our daily minyan. If you are able to help us please call the Cheder at 845-201-0203 or e-mail

The following are the updated minyan times:

Monday-Friday: 7:35 AM (hodu at 7:45)
Sunday: 8:10 AM (hodu at 8:20)

Thursday Night Chassidus Shiur

K'hal Tzemach Tzedek North is happy to announce the return of the Thursday night Chassidus shiur with Rabbi Nosson Gurary. The weekly shiur will begin this Thursday night at 8:15 PM at the Shul.

Monday, August 18, 2008

Shiur for Women

Bracha Meshchaninov will be giving a shiur for women this Sunday evening, August 24th, at 8:30 PM, at her temporary apartment at 17 Crestview Terrace (back entrance). The shiur is in honor of the yarzeit of her daughter Niomi Rivka bas Eliyahu. The topic of the lecture will be Trust, Joy and Pleasure, a Torah View. May we be speedily reunited with our lost ones with the immediate revelation of Moshiach!

Saturday, August 16, 2008

Mazel Tov Sobles!

Mazel tov to Rabbi Yossi and Sara Gita Soble on the birth of a baby girl!

Friday, August 15, 2008

Pirkei Avos

This week is Perek Gimmel of Pirkei Avos since last week Pirkei Avos was not said because of Tisha B'Av.

Suzanne Lake Gets Makeover

For the past 20 or so years, Lake Suzanne has been treated as a dumping ground, often by the very people living in the neighborhoods that have sprung up around it. But in hopes of bringing permanent change, Ramapo's Highway Department has stepped up beautification work that will soon lead to a park-like shoreline to provide a site for people to gather and to serve as an example of how a blighted area can be transformed into a place of pride. The Journal News

Yeshivas Menachem Mendel Bans Cell Phones

Yeshivas Menachem Mendel Lubavitch of Monsey along with 15 other Chabad Yeshivos is banning the use of cell phones with internet capability by bochurim. Click here for more.

Camp Emunah VIP Division Visits Monsey

Every day is amazing in Camp Emunah Bnos Yaakov Yehudah but these past few days were truly days to brag about! In the late morning on Tuesday, the 7th grade VIP division left on their two-day Shlichus Trip to Monsey, New York. As part of their shlichus trip, they prepared and ran a carnival in the Tzemach Tzedek shul for the local Gan Israel day camp. Click here for more.

Thursday, August 14, 2008

Job Available

A national Chabad organization that works with college students on exciting programming is seeking energetic and organized individuals with a personable manner to join its team in its Monsey office. Applicant must be personable, computer literate and have excellent English and telephone skills. Please fax resume to 212-658-9273.

Levaya Today

Boruch Dayan HaEmes. We are deeply saddened to inform you of the passing of Mrs. Leah Levy A”H, the mother of Mrs. Devorah O’Brien and grandmother of Yaakov and Hershey Spaeth.

The funeral will take place today, Thursday, at 6:30 PM at the Sons of Israel Cemetery on Brick Church Road.

Shiva will take place at the O’Brien home, 1 Catalina Road in Pomona.

Hamokom Yenachem eschem Besoch Shaar Avaylay Tzion VeYerushalayim.

Ad Mosai? - Until When?

Welcome Weiners!

Welcome to Rabbi and Mrs. Moshe Weiner who have just moved to our community (Dr. Frank Road).

Chof Av Farbrengen

There will be a farbrengen at K'hal Tzemach Tzedek in honor of Chof Av, the yarzeit of the Rebbe's father, this Wednesday night, August 20, following Maariv which is at 9:30 PM.

Chof (20) Av is the yarzeit of the Rebbe's father, Rabbi Levi Yitzchak Schneerson (1878-1944). Rabbi Levi Yitzchak was Chief Rabbi of Yekaterinoslav (currently Dnepropetrovsk), and was arrested and exiled to Kazakhstan by the Stalinist regime as a result of his work to preserve Jewish life in the Soviet Union. For a brief biography click here.

New Exit for Monsey?

The Journal News
Exit 14X: The right Rx for Rockland
By Dr. Jeffrey Oppenheim, August 14, 2008

A unique opportunity exists to improve Rockland County: the creation of a new exit ramp on Interstate 287 in Ramapo. A new exit ramp between Exits 14 and 14B will benefit our economy, reduce traffic congestion and improve property values. We now have an unusual chance to rally for this relatively inexpensive solution to a vexing problem created by population growth and development. The Journal News

Nickolsberger Rebbe at Chabad

The Nickolsberger Rebbe of Monsey giving a shiur to the Chabad of Midtown Manhattan Kollel yesterday.

2 Concert Tickets

I have 2 tickets available for the Avraham Fried Chazak 12 concert this Motsoai Shabbos for only $30 each. Please call Rabbi Goldberg at 845-558-5968 or email

Shabbos Nachamu Kiddush at Tzemach Tzedek

K'hal Tzemach Tzedek is looking for a sponsor for this week's kiddush in honor of Shabbos Nachamu and Chof Av (next Thursday). Please e-mail or call 914-960-2888.

Wednesday, August 13, 2008

End of Summer Camp

There will be a camp for the time between when camp ends and school begins. The camp is for Nursery and Kindergarten (for boys and girls) and Pre-1A - 4th grade (girls only) from 9:00 AM until 3:00 PM daily. The cost is $85 per week or $18 per day. The camp will be at K’hal Nusach Ari, 485 Viola Road. Snacks and drinks will be provided and an optional lunch will be offered for an additional fee. Space is limited so please call Ruthie Kolt at 845-825-6370 to reserve as soon as possible.

Chinuch Conference

Mechanchim from Monsey at the Chinuch Conference organized by Merkos L'Inyunei Chinuch.

Expansion Meeting

K'hal Tzemach Tzedek President Yisroel Schulman boating with Town of Ramapo Supervisor Christopher St. Lawrence while discussing expansion of the Lubavitcher mosdos in Monsey.

Jobs Available at the JCC

Monday, August 11, 2008

MBCM Graduation Speech

Ruthie Kolt was part of Monsey Bais Chaya Mushka’s first graduating class. The following speech was given by Ruthie at her graduation. This Fall she will be attending a Chabad Seminary in Israel.

By Ruthie Kolt
Growing up in Monsey, I always knew that as a Lubavitcher, I was different from everyone else. Whether it was davening, minhagim or just the way we dressed, I was unlike the rest. Unfortunately, in those days, there was nothing available to boost our Lubavitch morale. One of the only things that existed then, was Chassidus club, a one hour class on Sunday, where we learned about many things in Lubavitch. During the summer, I was sent to a Lubavitch camp, where I spent many enjoyable weeks amongst girls that were just like me. There I was accepted, looked up to, and truly fit in. It was these two things, Chassidus Club and summer camp, which kept my Lubavitch identity strong. As the years went on, the Lubavitch community kept on growing, and along with it came Cheder Chabad of Monsey, the Lubavitch Elementary school for girls and boys. As much as this helped the youngsters in the community, it didn't help me, since I was too old to attend. The only other choice my parents had, was to send me away, something they didn't want to do. Consequently, I attended Bais Rochel for the majority of my youth. Through the next few years, I was constantly reminded that I was a Lubavitcher, whether in a good way, or in a bad way. My parents realized that something had to be done, but no action was taken. Life continued on. Either during High School or after High School, many of the girls were sent out of town so that they could receive a Lubavitch education, as old as they were. For Lubavitch girls my age, going away on Yom Tov to help Shluchim, was a normal thing to do. On the other hand, when you are the only one in your grade going away for Yom Tov, going to a Shliach can make you feel kind of different. Now, as I am driving with my friends to Shluchim, two or three hours away, I am proud, proud to be a Shliach of the Rebbe. This is all due to Rabbi Kagan, who took the initiative to open an amazing school, otherwise known as MBCM, Monsey Beis Chaya Mushka. It is because of him that we are standing here today. Before the first day of school, I was very nervous. I had never been in a Lubavitch school before and I didn't know what to expect. The only Lubavitch girls I knew, were from camp, and in a very different setting. After the first day of school, I knew that this was where I belonged. The girls were very warm and welcoming, and all my fears were for nothing. I was so happy to be in such a school. In the beginning it was very hard for me. The subjects were not ones that I had learned before, and it took me a while to catch-on. Thankfully, the girls helped me do homework and study for tests. Now, as I stand on the threshold, about to leave the school that accepted me and helped me grow, I want to say thank you to everyone who has done so much for me. Rabbi Kagan, Mrs. Touger, all my teachers and classmates, without you I could not have done it. Thank you for being there for me. My last final thank you, but definitely not least, would have to go to my parents. Without their support and quite frankly, their being my parents, I wouldn't be who I am today.

Sunday, August 10, 2008

Car Needed

A young man who is new to the community needs a loan of a car for a few weeks in order to establish himself in a new job. If you have a driveable vehicle that you can lend (he will arrange his own insurance to prevent liability) for this great mitzvah please call 845-367-3489.

Friday, August 8, 2008

Tzemach Tzedek Women's Kiddush

The Women's Kiddush at Tzemach Tzedek will be held upstairs (with food) in the weekday beis medrash room, right after davening. Food will also be available downstairs for women who prefer to remain there. This week, Parshas Devarim, Shabbos Chazon, we will be privileged to a short farbrengen with Rabbi Zalman Leib Markowitz. Women are also encouraged to share stories and words of inspiration at the kiddush.

Note: Volunteers are needed to help set up the women's kiddush immediately after davening. Also, women are asked not to congregate in the men's lobby while the kiddush is being set up. Thank you for your cooperation.

Living Torah for Tisha B'Av

Thursday, August 7, 2008

Community Sefer Torah Etz Hachaim Torah Dedication Bidding

The opportunity to dedicate a beautiful Etz Hachaim (Torah rollers) for the new community Sefer Torah is now available. This dedication will be auctioned with a starting bid of $5,000 which is in addition to the cost of the Etz Hachaim (approximately $1,000 and up).

The winning bidder will be able to select the Etz Hachaim of their choosing and have it personalized with their dedication. In addition, winning bidder will have their family’s name embroidered on the back of the Torah Mantel together with the other donors to our Sefer Torah Campaign of $1,000 or more.

The bidding is now open and will end on Sunday, August 17th at 10:00 PM EST. To make a bid on the Etz Hachaim please enter it in the comments section of this post below. All bids must be in increments of at least $100.

Community Sefer Torah Kesser Torah Dedication Bidding

The opportunity to dedicate a beautiful silver Kesser (crown) for the new community Sefer Torah is now available. This dedication will be auctioned with a starting bid of $5,000 which is in addition to the cost of the crown (approximately $2,500 and up).

The winning bidder will be able to select the Kesser of their choosing and have it personalized with their dedication. In addition, the winning bidder will have their family’s name embroidered on the back of the Torah Mantel together with the other donors to our Sefer Torah Campaign of $1,000 or more.

The bidding is now open and will end on Sunday, August 17th at 10:00 PM EST. To make a bid on the Kesser Torah please enter it in the comments section of this post below. All bids must be in increments of at least $100.

Mazel Tov Cohens!

Mazel tov to Rabbi Yeruchem and Fraida Cohen on the engagement of their daughter Rivky to Yanky Bruk of Crown Heights!

Mazel tov wishes can be given tonight, Thursday, at the Bruk home, 1507 President Street (between Albany and Troy).

Tuesday, August 5, 2008

Tzemach Tzedek Tisha B'Av 5768 Schedule

Shabbos Chazon, Parshas Devorim:
Licht Benching: 7:46 PM
Chassidus Shiur: 8:45 AM
Shacharis: 9:30 AM
Mincha: 6:00 PM
Seudah at home (no egg & ashes)
Fast Starts: 8:00 PM
Shabbos Ends: 8:49 PM
Say "Baruch haMavdil ben kodesh leChol"
No Havdala but make a bracha on fire
Switch shoes
Maariv & Eicha: 9:15 PM

Sunday, Tisha B'Av:
Shacharis 1: 8:30 AM
Shacharis 2: 9:00 AM
Sof Zman Krias Shema: 9:31 AM
Shacharis 3: 10:00 AM
Chatzos: 1:01 PM
Mincha 1 (with Tefilin): 2:00 PM
Mincha 2 (with Tefilin): 7:15 PM
Maariv: 8:30 PM
Fast Ends: 8:38 PM
Havdala without spices and fire

Farbrengen Tonight in Honor of the The Ari Hakodosh's Yarzeit

There will be a farbrengen tonight with Rabbi Lesches at K'hal Tzemach Tzedek following Maariv (9:30 PM) in honor of the yarzeit of the Arizal. For a short bio of the Arizal click here.

Sunday, August 3, 2008

Welcome Marmelsteins!

Welcome to Rabbi Levi and Yocheved Marmelstein on their move into the community (Union Road).

Saturday, August 2, 2008

Welcome Bassmans!

Welcome to Betzalel and Chaya Bassman who have recently moved into the community (Cedar Lane).

Friday, August 1, 2008

Mazel Tov Brucks!

Mazel tov to Avrohom and Sarah Bruck on the birth of a grandson born to Malkie and Avromie Eckhaus! The Shalom Zachor will take place tonight at the Eckhaus home, 805 Montgomery Street in Crown Heights.

Mazel Tov Saloffs!

Mazel tov to Rabbi Ben-Tzion and Ruth Saloff on the birth of 2 grandchildren! A granddaughter was born to Rivka and Ariel Baror and a grandson was born to Rachel and Moshe Rosenbaum. The Rosenbaum's Shalom Zachor will take place tonight at the Saloff home, 36 Park Avenue in South Monsey.

3D Animated Virtual Journey of the Beis Hamikdash has once again posted an amazing 3D animated virtual journey of the Beis Hamikdash. It will be available online until Tisha B'Av.