Temple Menorah, 1101 Camino Real, Redondo Beach, CA 90277
www.templemenorah.org email@example.com 310-316-8444
Come Share in the warmth of
community and family as we extend
a heart felt Mazel Tov to the
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Dear Friends, Lisa Krouse
I am writing to you from Washington DC. Where I Marcelo Liberman
came to attend the annual American Israel Public
Affairs Committee (AIPAC) conference. AIPAC, Judith “Judy” London
considered the most effective lobbying group in
Washington, attracted its largest and most diverse Lora Mallen
crowd in history, over 6200 delegates, including 1200
students. In fact, it was my student son, Jesse, who James “Jim” Myers
challenged me to attend the conference with him.
AIPAC’s sole purpose is to insure that the relationship Roger Peterson
between the USA and Israel remains strong. This year
Vice-President Dick Cheney, House Speaker Nancy Julie Reback
Pelosi, and many other leaders of Congress from both
sides of the aisle addressed the conference, as well as Mildred “Mim” Rivo
all the top Israeli politicians and diplomats.
The real purpose of the event was not only to remind
elected US officials of the strategic importance of the Nancy Silbert
only democracy in the Middle East but to actually go up
to the Hill and lobby over 400 members of the House Imi Silver
and Senate on behalf of three items in the action
agenda. This year the threat of Iran’s nuclear weapons Marcia Spanier
program was on everybody’s mind. HR1400 asks that
tough economic and diplomatic sanctions be imposed
on Iran, as a way to prevent armed conflict. Second Shabbat Morning
Israel is up for one last year of military aid in the
amount of 2.4 billion dollars and third, we asked
Congress to pass a bill that the US government will
only recognize a Palestinian government that
recognizes Israel, as Mahmud Abbas now does, and
Inside this Issue
Hamas does not. The outlook on all three is highly
positive, as they have strong bi-partisan support.
Annual Gala .................................... p. 13 Michael Mitzvah Day Highlights .... p. 9 Service Schedule ....................... p. 2
If you are an Israel lover and enjoy politics, the Purim Highlights ........................... p. 6
Cantor’s Message ............................ p. 4 Sisterhood ................................. p. 12
conference is for you! Next years’ AIPAC policy
Education Update ............................ p. 8 Save Darfur Shabbat Dinner ......... p. 5 Teen and Youth ......................... p. 10
conference will be held in DC on June 2nd — 4th.
Israeli many members of our p. 11
Hopefully Independence Day Festival ....community will Scholar-in-Residence .................... p. 3 Women’s Awareness Seminar.... p. 14
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accompany me to the conference in 2008.
I also want to remind you of the major program we will host From the
here on April 13th, the famous Tikkun Olam activist, Danny
Siegel. This program is a joint effort of our synagogue, PRESIDENT
Congregations Tifereth Jacob and B’nai Tikvah. This is a
once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to study from one of the most
creative minds in the Jewish world. I had the privilege of I want to thank Felice Zoota for chairing the Purim Carnival for
spending time with him, in Israel, two summers ago. the second straight year and with providing us with the great
weather and fun we all enjoyed so much that day. Felice’s great
Lastly, there is still time to sign up for our synagogue tour of
energy and skills made possible our most successful Purim
Israel June 25th to July 5th. This is a full, deluxe, child-friendly
trip appropriate for first timers as well as veterans. Please
contact my office if you are interested. The Purim Carnivalia was an event that will not be soon forgotten
by those in attendance. Lisa Krouse and Erika Robinson, and all
With Love of their volunteers, deserve all the credit for putting on a
marvelous Purim party so we could share a wonderful evening of
drinking, eating and dancing with our many friends at the
Schedule of Temple. I won’t even talk about Santa Claus. And what’s this
about the Rabbi getting married? You should have been there!
Synagogue Services The Cultural Arts Committee has planned a film night for us at
the Temple during Passover called “Matzos and Movies” on
Saturday, April 7, from 5:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. with dinner being
April 3 served. Where else can you have a Kosher dinner for Passover
1st Day Passover Morning Service ................10:00 a.m. and see 3 Jewish films for only $40?
April 6 & 7 I would like to invite you to participate in what promises to be a
landmark event for Temple Menorah. Three congregations in the
Shabbat Candle Lighting Time ......................6:59 p.m. South Bay Jewish community are joining together to bring world
Tot Shabbat Service (Passover) ......................6:30 p.m. renowned Mitzvah Maven, Danny Siegel to our part of the globe.
Shabbat Morning Service............................10:00 a.m. Our synagogue, through our Bernie Spanier Memorial L’Atidenu
Fund, is co-sponsoring Scholar–in-Residence Danny Siegel on
Torah Portion................................................... Pesach
April 13th-15th with Congregation Tifereth Jacob and B’nai Tikvah
April 10 Congregation. But, WHO IS DANNY SIEGEL? He is the master of
Passover Yizkor Service...............................10:00 a.m. tzedakah, a nationally known poet and tzedakah activist. He will
lead us on a mission of solidarity with our fellow South Bay Jews
April 13 & 14 in exploring what real Tikkun Olam (repairing the world) means
Shabbat Candle Lighting Time ......................7:04 p.m. and how we can become “Mitzvah heroes.” Danny Siegel will
Scholar-in-Residence Danny Siegel................6:30 p.m. explain to us that all Jews can individually and collectively
participate in the pursuit of Tikkun Olam.
Shabbat Morning Service..............................9:30 a.m.
Please join us by attending the Friday evening services on April
At Congregation Tifereth Jacob
13th here at our own Temple Menorah, and then go with us to
Torah Portion.................................................. Shemini Congregation Tifereth Jacob, along with Bnai Tikvah
April 20 & 21 congregation for Shabbat morning services on Saturday, April
14th. The Rabbis and Cantors from all three shuls will be sharing
Shabbat Candle Lighting Time ......................7:10 p.m.
the bimah and participate in the services together. Can you
Shabbat Morning Service..............................7:30 p.m. imagine the feeling from being involved in this event? Danny
Shabbat Morning Service............................10:00 a.m. Siegel will be our featured guest speaker for the entire weekend.
Torah Portion....................................... Tazria-Metzora Do not miss this!
Finally, the Temple Menorah Gala honoring Rabbi Silver’s 20th
April 27 & 28
year at Temple Menorah and Sisterhood’s 60th birthday will be
Shabbat Candle Lighting Time ......................7:15 p.m. held on May 12th. If you would like to honor the Rabbi, his
Shabbat Service ...........................................6:30 p.m. devoted service to us and his many accomplishments and have
Community Shabbat Dinner .........................7:30 p.m. an idea and money to create something special for this event, I
Jewish World Watch & Save Darfur would like to hear from you right away. Please call me at 310-
280-0400 to discuss your idea.
Shabbat Morning Service ............................10:00 a.m
Shabbat services on Saturday, April 14th will be held at 9:30 a.m. at
Congregation Tifereth Jacob in Manhattan Beach.
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Sponsorship Levels –
BONEH - $180 – includes participation at all GIBOR - $36 per person – includes
sessions, 2 signed books - Giving Your Money Away participation at all sessions, unsigned book - 1+1
& Who Me? Yes You! and recognition in printed = 3 and recognition in printed material.
MENSCH - $18 per person – thank you
MITZVAH MAVEN - $72 – includes participation for your support
at all sessions, signed book - Giving Your Money
Away and recognition in printed material.
These Sponsorship levels will help the 3 synagogues to cover the cost of bringing Danny
Siegel to the South Bay. Although the sponsorships are voluntary, it is our hope that
everyone will find it in their hearts to support the mitzvah of giving.
See the enclosed “Quick & Easy!” form to register for this program!
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From the For remodeling my office! Thank you to all
the wonderful people who made it happen:
Cantor Fran Martel, Cathleen & Scott Richland,
Randi Sher, Robin & Avi Franko, Pearl Gold,
Katie Bryan & Matt [ ], Lorenzo Rodriguez,
What a month! ~ Gaston Veliz, Joshua Richland, Aaron
As we head into April (and a time that was once thought of as Richland, David Fox, Mark Reichard, and Pat
the real “Head of the Year”) and we settle into celebrating Hoffman.
Pesach and our freedom from slavery we look forward to see F R bbi Sil
the weeks ahead: Yom Hashoah, Yom Hazikaron, and Yom
Ha’atzmaut, all falling within this month of April… so many
days of remembering…
Persecution and freedom in our history seems to color our Muse on the move…
landscape as Jews. How wonderful it is built into our structure
and heritage, to “never forget.” We are a strong and devout Attention Neshamah service and Jewish Spirituality
people, filled with such intelligence and capacity to love, to and Meditation participants.
somehow forgive, and go on. We take our memories and our Please attend our services with Congregation Tifereth
lineage with us wherever we go. As we clean out the chametz in Jacob, B’nai Tikvah Congregation and Scholar-in-
our hearts and march forth to freedom, we celebrate life and Residence Danny Seigel in place of our normally
Torah, our heritage and our story – reading the Haggadah and scheduled service and class on Friday, April 13. Rabbis
continuing the dialogue from one generation to the next. and Cantors from all Congregations will be leading
On Friday, April 27th, and continuing on Saturday, April 28th, together at both our Synagogue and Congregation
our Adult B’nai Mitzvah class will be celebrating their collective Tifereth Jacob!
Bar and Bat Mitzvahs; what an accomplishment and true
delight! Please, come and share our pride and joy as these
Thank you to everyone who made purim such a
committed adults come together before God and community to sensational success, and to our amazing
delight in the words of Torah – Parashah Kedoshim – and what megillah readers:
it means to be holy. Saturday Evening:
These devoted individuals have dwelled in the study of Hebrew Wendy Wengrow, Kristl Holtz, Miriam Nash, Paul
and prayers for the past 18 months and have truly Birnbaum, Steve Goldberg, Dan Spector, Tracey
accomplished something amazing! How wonderful that a Newmark, Bob Hoffman, David Fox, Erika Robinson
month which starts off with a people going forth – in faith – to
create a nation and a people committed to a life lived by the
Ben Farris, Blake Shapiro, Shayna Stuart, Scott
commandments of Adonai, is culminated with our community
Drucker, Allie Goldberg, Kadi House, Andrew Jacobs,
standing before God, embracing the covenant as adult Jews
wishing to pledge their hearts and souls to the study of Torah
and the furtherance of its teachings. What a legacy. What a gift!
Please come celebrate with the Adult B’nai Mitzvah class of
American Red Cross Blood Drive
5767 and bask in the light of Adonai and what we, as the
Temple Menorah hosted another extremely
community of Temple Menorah pledge to be, family and friends
– lovers of Torah – “lighting the path to Reform Judaism..” I am
successful blood drive on Michael Mitzvah Day, this
time collecting 50 units!
Thanks to all of our donors and volunteers
Our next drive is Sunday, May 20th
8:00 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.
Temple Menorah Social Hall
To make an appointment,
or for more information contact:
Ann at 372-6939, firstname.lastname@example.org
or Debbie at 465-1807, email@example.com
Contact Katie Bryan at (310) 316-8444 or
Katie@templemenorah.org for details! American Red Cross Info at: givelife.org
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amazing committee for ALL their support and hard work: Rabbi
Silver, Cantor Didi, Marisol Blystone, Katie Bryan, Amy
From the Christopher, Jason Engel, Lori Ernster, Bill & Carol Gevov, Pearl
Gold, Francisco Gonzalez, Joe Hasson, Paola Hirsch, Anya /Leah
Executive & Alex Krouse, Rose Pierce, Lorenzo Rodriquez, Randi Sher, Garrett
Richland, Scott Richland, Aaron Richland, Brian Robinson, Quinn
Director Robinson, Drew Kozain, Gaston Veliz, Felice Zoota-Lucero, and
our wonderful Sisterhood!
For the second consecutive year, Felice Zoota-Lucero, chaired an
Dear Friends, amazingly fun, delicious and crowded Purim Carnival! People
Have you noticed just HOW MUCH is going on at Temple came from all corners of the South Bay to Temple Menorah’s
Menorah these days? Not only is your staff working very hard on renowned carnival. Apparently word has spread throughout the
your behalf, but your fellow congregants are truly sharing their community that the best carnival in town is right here in OUR
love and caring for Temple Menorah with you. home! The children were very busy with tattoos, games, slides and
Thank you Sue Fogelson, Corey and Jeff Newman, Bill and Muriel an array of activities to make any adult jealous! The food (thank
Berks, June and Harvey Horwich, Barbara Stokes and Nancy you Sisterhood!!!) and entertainment (thank you The Chain Tribute
Silbert for the most wonderful New Member Shabbat and dinner! To Fleetwood Mac!!) was fabulous and the weather… (thank you
Eighteen new families were able to attend this touching and God!!!). I wanted to thank Felice personally for all her tireless
welcoming event. The committee prepared the meal, set the décor hours of support and dedication to this project. Felice has thanked
and planned the activities enjoyed by all during the evening. all of the wonderful volunteers in her article so I will not list them
Additionally, each new member present went home with an here. You are all delightful to work with!
assortment of gifts including a Mrs. Beasley’s basket of muffins, March began a myriad of programs which are extending into
Shabbat candlesticks from Israel, and a Temple Menorah April. Please plan on joining us for Matzos and Movies on
membership list. Welcome aboard! Saturday, April 7th at Temple Menorah. A strictly kosher for
Thank you Erika Robinson, Lisa Krouse and Cathleen Richland for Passover meal with be served. Reservations are required – please
the most unbelievable, adult-only, Purim Party ever experienced at return the enclosed RSVP form to the synagogue office asap.
Temple Menorah. Nearly everyone who attended came in Danny Siegel, renowned Mitzvah Maven, will be coming to the
costume and enjoyed the pre-megillah festivities, the inimitable South Bay for a Scholar-In-Residence Weekend on April 13 –
megillah reading and the dancing and celebrating following the 15. Please see the enclosed article for information on this amazing
reading. Thank you to Erika Robinson, Lisa Krouse, Aaron Krouse person and his gift to help heal the world. On Friday, April 27th
and Cathleen Richland for spearheading this event and to your we will have a special Community Shabbat Dinner with guest
speaker Tzivia Getzug-Schwartz, Executive Director of Jewish World
With Guest Speaker:
T ZIVIA SCH W ART Z G ET ZUG
ewish World Watch
Executive Director, J
Friday, April 27, 2007, 6:30 p.m.
In response to the 400,000 civilians that have been murdered and the nearly 2 million displaced in the Sudan, Jewish
World Watch chose Darfur as its first advocacy campaign. Since its inception, more than $500,000 has been given as
direct assistance, and the construction of water wells and health clinics have been completed in the Darfur refugee camps.
Tzivia Schwartz Getzug, the Executive Director of Jewish World Watch (JWW), has developed JWW into a strong and
vibrant organization that has quickly been recognized as a serious political entity. Ms. Getzug will give you the real story
the hard facts and honest truth often difficult to uncover
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PURIM CARNIVAL 2007!
Yes, the carnival was hot this year in more ways than one. It
was a beautiful 75 degree day, the music was "hot", the
games were "flaming" AND Wilderness Park was having a
little fire bringing fire trucks into the neighborhood.
Hopefully all of you managed to maneuver around the area
to find parking!
Everywhere I turned, I saw smiling faces from all generations
enjoying the day within our little corner of the world. What
greater way to support your Temple then to spend time with
good friends and see a smile on a child's face! A special
congratulations to the 10 winners of the "incentive donation"
drawing with combined winnings of over $1900. Thank you
again to all of the generous sponsors and outstanding
volunteers for making this day possible!
THANK YOU TO OUR PURIM CARNIVAL SPONSORS WHOSE GENEROUS DONATIONS HELP TO MAKE THIS EVENT A
KING AHASUERUS & QUEEN ESTER LEVEL
Lawrence Leopold, CFM, Merrill Lynch
Fremont Investment, Torrance
Grant Norris, Platinum Capital Group
Jeff Newman, GNW Insurance
MORDECHAI & PALS
Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream, Manhattan Beach
Scott & Cathleen Richland
Robin Crevelt, In Any Event
Ori Huberman, Gotham Guitars
Peter & Jill Albert; Andrykowski Famil; Brian & Renee Berliner; Michael & Kelly Bluman; California Financial Partners, Inc., Harvey Jacobson;
Chavureem Havurah; David & Mala Fox; Jack & Dina Gample; Bill & Carol Gevov; Roger Gillespie, DDS; Jeff & Mariana Gitomer; Steve & Cathie
Goldberg; , Robert & Cathie Gotthoffer; Kenny & Nanci Goussak; Jayme Jones; Aaron & Lisa Krouse; Les, Nora and Michael Latner; Eric & Gitte
Lieber; Manhattan Bread & Bagel; Ann & Mickey McRae-Gotthoffer; Jim & Leanna Myers; Jeff & Corey Newman; Cliff & Diane Numark; Tim & Candi
Olit; David & Sara Rice; Loren & Nancy Silbert; Rabbi Steven Silver; Temple Menorah Book Club; Cantor Didi Thomas; Felice & Teresa
Zoota-Lucero; Westside Dental, Les Latner, DDS
HUGE THANKS TO THE FOLLOWING LOCAL ESTABLISHMENTS FOR SUPPORTING TEMPLE MENORAH'S RAFFLE. PLEASE ADD
THEM TO YOUR LIST OF FAVORITE PLACES TO STAY, EAT AND PLAY!
Crown Plaza Redondo Beach, Gotham Guitars, Gyu-Kaku Charcoal Yakinuki Dining, Coyote Cantina, Elephant Bar, Gable Bowl &
Laser Tag, Lazy Dog Café, Eat at Joe’s, Any Occasion Balloons, Buena Sera, Vince’s Spaghetti, Jackson’s Bistro, Kincaid’s, California
Pizza Kitchen, Martha’s, Redondo Beach Brewing Company, Macaroni Grill, Hennessy’s H.T. Grill, Olive Garden, Pedone's Pizza, 5
Choice Card, Wildflower Café, Mama D’s, China Tea House. Special thanks to PrintTech.Com for providing the 5000 incentive donation
SPECIAL THANK YOU TO ALL OF THE AMAZING VOLUNTEERS – I COULD NOT HAVE DONE IT WITHOUT YOU!
Candi Olit, Incentive Donation Lead; Ann Gotthoffer, Sponsorship Lead and Sisterhood Food Co-Lead; Marilyn Sternfeld, Sisterhood Food Co-Lead;
Les Latner, Carnival Food Lead; Jayme Jones, Volunteer Team Lead; Carol Gevov, Volunteer Team; Lori Haig, Volunteer Team; Sue Fogelson,
Volunteer Team and Prize Booth Lead; Randi Maggid, Volunteer Team and Banner Lead; Lisa Snowiss, Signs; Meryl Braudo,
Ticket Sales Lead; John Schugel, Parking Lot Supervisor; Dennis Forel, Animal Balloon Artist; Cathleen Richland, Tile Painting
Co-Lead; Nanci Goussak, Tile Painting Co- Lead; Sisterhood for cooking the scrumptious food! Sisterhood volunteers: Sue
Abelson, Pat Alexander, Kelly Bluman, Elain Blumberg, Ruth Blumfield, Carla Bradford, Cindy Bryan, Lee Corner, Madeline
Eble, Ester Farber, Joy & Bob Feldman, Maria Fink, Evan Friedman, Kristine Henja, Carrie Kahn, Shirley Kaufman, Carol Kerster,
Millie Linnetz, Addie Millman, Corey Newman, Elaine Porzucki, Beverly Radmanovich, Saundra & Mark Reichard, Sara Rice,
Cathleen Richland, Lynn Schubert, Jann Segal, Imi Silver, Marcia Spanier, Barbara Stokes, Wendy Wengrow. Barbecue Guys: Les
Latner, Rob Lefton, Brian and Ronnie Berlin, Paul and Nita Birnbaum, Roberta Britton, Grant Norris, Loren Silbert, Steve
Goldberg, Scott Richland, Larry Leopold; Countless Booth Volunteers and the Temple Menorah Office Staff , Robin Franko,
Amy Christopher, PearlGold, Randi Sher, Francisco Gonzalez, Lorenzo Rodriguez and Gaston Veliz.
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With gratitude and friendship,
Felice Zoota-Lucero, Carnival Chairperson
Just ONe More game !
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And What a WILD ‘N CRAZY Megillah it was!!
Purim Festivities started off with a
bang on March 4th! Young and old alike
came for the annual Megillah reading
and Religious School Spiel – even a
couple celebraties came out! Megillah
readers included Ben Faris, Blake
Shapiro, Shayna Stuart, Scott Drucker,
Allie Goldberg, Kadi House, Andrew
Jacobs, Alissa Thomas and Aliya Stuart.
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From the Kid’s Night Out this month will be a Lag B’omer BBQ on April
28th. The last KNO for the year will be our Shavuot Shout on June
director of 2nd. Our last few months have been completely sold out so be
sure to register early! Call us at the synagogue for questions or
education more information.
Yasher Koach, and a big thank you to all of our Religious School
As you read this article I will be in Israel visiting my youngest son. teachers and students for a true group effort in creating our Purim
Daniel has been here since the fall, on what is now termed a Spiel. We have a very talented group at Temple Menorah who
“gap year program”. These are programs designed to fill the are busy working towards our end of the year assembly. Be sure
gap between high school and college. My son chose a program to mark your calendars for Sunday June 3rd at 11:30 am so that
through the Conservative movement that includes a semester of you will not miss out! All of our Religious School students will be
study at Hebrew University in Jerusalem and community service participating.
hours elsewhere in the country. On April 22nd we will have a special Religious School Family
Seeing Israel through his eyes shows me what this trip, its Program for Yom Ha’Atzmaut (Israel Independence Day) during
opportunities and his earlier Religious School experiences, have school hours. Please plan to join your children to study and
meant to his development as a thinking member of the greater experience Israel Independence Day together, as a family.
Jewish community. The places and experiences that he has Our 8th and 9th graders participated, with their teacher Joy
chosen to share are well thought out and full of meaning. I hope Smeltzer, in an Arachim activity on March 11th. Our teens
that I will have time, at a later date, to share more about our trip gathered with others from the South Bay to restock a local food
with you all. bank and to create Passover baskets for families in need in our
Passover reminds us just how lucky we are to be free to live in a local community. They also saw a video and had discussions
community that we love, belong to a synagogue that we choose, about what it means to be poor and how to help out.
and observe as Jews the way we wish; we need reminders that The last Arachim program for the year will be on June 3rd when
life is not this way for everyone. The seder is just that reminder the teens will go to Beit T’shuvah. Please refer to the Arachim
for most of us. I hope your seder and Passover holiday are as program details fround on page 10.
meaningful as mine.
Dates to Remember!
Registration materials for summer camp are available now in April 2nd-10th Pesach/Spring Break for Tuvia
both the synagogue and Tuvia offices. Katie has outdone herself April 6 th
with new opportunities and a revamped program. Please be sure
April 11th Tuvia Resumes
to turn your forms in as soon as possible. We don’t want anyone
April 12th Kindergarten Round-Up - 9:00
turned away or disappointed. For more information or questions
a.m. & 7:00 p.m.
contact Katie at 310-316-8444 ext. 120 or
Katie@templemenorah.org. April 14th/15th Religious School Resumes
April 20th RS Family Service with 6th Grade
TUVIA TIDBITS participating
Tuvia registration is now open for fall. We have many new April 22nd Religious School Family Program
families inquiring so please turn in your materials early to ensure for Yom Ha’Atzmaut
your space as class size is limited. For more information or April 28th Kids Night Out
registration materials please contact the Tuvia office or Mary at April 29th 3rd Grade Family Education
310-316-8997 or Mcasey@templemenorah.org.
Thank you to everyone who helped make our Tuvia seder such a May 4th Tot Shabbat with the 2 year olds
success! Our amazing students, their wonderful parents and participating
families, our teachers and clergy; everyone worked together to May 6th Third Grade Field Trip
produce a very meaningful seder. We sang songs and prayers,
ate traditional foods and had a wonderful time together.
Celebrating with friends and families creates forever memories. Temple Menorah is a Peanut
Thank you for being part of ours! Free Zone!
Peanut allergies are rising in
Tuvia will be out of session for Spring/Passover break from April occurrence and severity across
2 – April 10. Classes resume Wednesday April 11th with our the country and we are no
regular schedule. Don’t forget that we will be celebrating Yom exception. We currently have
Ha’Atzmaut on Monday, April 1, so be sure to wear your blue students in both Tuvia and the
and white! Religious School whose
allergies are life threatening.
Tot Shabbat this month will be on April 6th celebrating Passover! This means that products
Next month we will meet on May 4th when Arty and Sara’s class containing peanuts may not be
will be participating. We start at 5:30 pm with dinner and a on the premises. We
craft. Services begin at 6:30 pm. For more information or to appreciate your help and
RSVP please contact Stephanie Dreyer at understanding with this.
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Top from left: Michael Mitzvah Day
awards ceremony; cooking for Purim; Red
Cross blood drive; Heal the Bay beach
cleanup; 2nd row and bottom: Quilts for
יד ביד Valor sewing for veterans and ill children;
Yad B’yad – painting the Tuvia teacher lounge;
Hand in making sack lunches for Toberman
Friday , April 4 t h
P ESACH IS BBQ
H ERE ! April 28, 2007
$36 for first child,
$18 for each additional child
5:30 p.m. Shabbat Dinner
For more information please contact Katie Bryan at
$13/Adult, $5/Child, RSVP with payment due to Katie@TempleMenorah.org
Stephanie Dreyer by April 2nd
(Stephanie_Dreyer@yahoo.com or 310-780-7861)
TRIBUTES ARE FOR EVERYONE
6:00 p.m. Children’s Craft
Send congratulations, condolence, get well or
6:30 p.m. Children’s Service any kind of greeting to friends or family. For a
minimum donation of $3.00 Marcia Spanier
An Oneg will immediately follow the service
will send a lovely, personal note for you.
Please bring a Kosher L’Pesach dessert for 8 – 10
people. Kosher L’Pesach desserts can be found in the Just pick up the phone and call
local supermarkets in the Passover section. Marcia at 310-378-3156!
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From the Our next ARACHIM program, the last one of this
director of year, is on June 3rd. Teens will visit Beit T’Shuvah, a
Teen & Youth residential treatment facility in West LA, that provides
emotional and spiritual healing to people with addictive
and behavioral disorders while integrating Torah with a
March was a great month! We improved the food at our lounge
nights and many of you have been tasting our new flavors! Now 12-step recovery program. As part of the Partners in
you can come earlier and hang out with your friends before Prevention program, Arachim teens will interact with
Academy. We have had an increasing number of teens joining
us from 6pm to 7pm to chat, meet friends, play sports, and plan residents who will be sharing personal stories and
activities while we have dinner together. exploring the power of prayer in their lives.
I am proud to share the For more information about these programs and future
news with you about all the
mitzvah work our teens are events please contact Cecilia Hanono at (310) 316-8444
doing this year. Our 8th ext. 113 or chanono@TempleMenorah.org
and 9th graders have
joined other teens in the
South Bay for the past two
months performing mitzvot
through the Arachim From Your BBYO President
My name is Ilana Gat and I have been a
They included the whole community in a book and a food drive.
member of Temple Menorah my whole life. I
In February, they collected more than 800 books that were
had my baby naming here, I went to Tuvia and
donated to Koreh LA to help the less privileged in our
the day school, and I am currently in the 10th
community. In March, they collected tons of non-perishable food
grade Confirmation class. I am N’siah
to restock the St. Paul’s Project Needs Food Bank and to make
(president) of a Jewish youth group called BBYO
kosher for Passover baskets that were distributed to needy Jewish
(B’nai Brith Youth Organization) that is now
families by Jewish Family Service.
meeting here at Temple Menorah on Tuesday
MyClub had an amazing time at the Aquarium! We learned a nights. I have been in this youth group for two
lot about our environment and various ecosystems. We looked years now, and it is the best thing I have ever
through microscopes, played in fish tanks, and had lunch at the done.
beach with all our friends!
I joined BBYO half way through 8th grade, but I didn’t really enjoy it. I
Join us for a family friendly activity at Woodley Park to celebrate was forced into it by my sister who was in 11th grade at the time and
Yom Ha’Atzmaut on Sunday, April 19th! Look for more was having the time of her life in this youth group.
information coming soon!
Ashrey is the name of the girl’s chapter meeting at Temple Menorah
APRIL @ MENORAH! on Tuesday nights. It is part of BBG (B’nai Brith Girls), and Galilee is
what the boy’s chapter is called, and they are part of AZA (Aleph
April 15th: Fun Bus – Community Service Trip going to the Zadik Aleph). AZA and BBG are part of the whole organization of
Dodgers! 2:00 – 9:00 p.m., $30 per person BBYO. We are part of a region called PCR (Pacific Coast Region) and
BBYO Fun Bus takes us to fun places while we perform there are around 15 chapters in this region. There are so many more
community service! WE are going to the Dodgers vs. Padres regions all over the world. They have BBYO chapters in Europe and
Game! Turn an ordinary baseball game into something even in Israel!
EXTRAORDINARY! To honor Yom HaShoah, the Holocaust
Remembrance Day, we will be donating a portion of ticket sales I started getting into the whole BBG thing when I went to convention. It
to Darfur, a modern day holocaust. If you haven’t RSVPed yet, is held annually anywhere between the months of April or May. All of
check with Cecilia. PCR comes together and stays in a hotel and has a convention to
elect the new regional board. My eighth grade year, it was amazing,
April 21st: Menorah OPEN MIC Night and it just got better my freshman year. That first time, that’s where it
We are hosting our first BBYO regional event! Start practicing just clicked where I noticed I really liked this new part of my life. I was
some skills to show off … the MIC will be all yours! Karaoke, meeting all these new Jewish people, and we all just had this
henna tattoos, massage booth, fortune teller, silent auction, and connection.
much more will be waiting for you! RSVP by April 14th.
There are so many events that take place and there are usually events
April 28th: Fraternity Overnight! every weekend. There are great community service opportunities,
AZA members are getting together for an exciting 24-hour day! social action events, and just fun recreational programs. I think what
All Saturday: day and night for you and your friends! And on also pushed me to become a part of this youth group was that
Sunday morning you will join with the rest of us for the Israel colleges love this organization, which is always a plus to put on a
Festival at Woodley Park. college application.
April 29th: Israeli Festival at Woodley Park! To put the plethora of remarkable experiences that happen while in
Over 40,000 people get together each year to celebrate Israel’s
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Temple Menorah will be
renting a bus to the Israel
Independence Day Festival
on April 29th!
We will leave the synagogue at
11:00 a.m. and return at 6:00 p.m.
Please contact Cecilia ASAP at 310-
316-8444 ext. 120 to RSVP so that
we can be sure that we have
enough people to rent the bus.
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Women of Reform Judaism
Message from the Co- Presidents: Happy Passover Everyone! Sisterhood is delighted to invite you to attend two very
special April events: Join us in celebrating Passover with a delicious and meaningful seder luncheon led by Bonnie
Leopold on Thursday, April 5. Then bring your loved ones and join us Sunday, April 29 in honoring the important
ladies in your life! Bring your mothers, grandmothers, sisters, aunts, daughters, etc. to a wonderful lunch and CJ's
Fashion Show provided by Cynthia Cohen. We wish you and yours a wonderful Passover week and a very happy April.
Love, Saundra and Dale, Sisterhood co-presidents
TWO VERY EXCITING EVENTS THIS MONTH!
SPECIAL FOURTH DAY SEDER FASHION SHOW
Thursday, April 5 th
Sunday, April 29th
1:00 p.m. Garden Room 1:00 p.m. Garden Room
THE JOURNEY CONTINUES FEATURING
led by Chaplain Bonnie Leopold CJ’S FASHIONS
Take a personal and joyous journey to freedom from the places Presented by Cynthia Cohen
where you have been in slavery. With study, song and
reflection we will cross the Red Sea as a template of life Luncheon Served
experience. We ask the question “Where does the journey
begin, where will we go? Years pass, the answers have Bring your friends, sisters, mothers,
changed as we keep moving along.
Traditional foods will be served Please RSVP by April 20th To: Joy Feldman
Please bring – your own special Charoses 310-540-7169
RSVP by April 1st To: Joy Feldman
310-540-7169 Cost: $9 00
NOMINEES FOR SISTERHOOD BOARD FOR 2007 - 2008
PRESIDENT .................................................................................. Saundra Reichard
MEMBERSHIP VP ........................................................................ Cathleen Richland Sisterhood
PROGRAM VP ................................................ Ann Gotthoffer, Madeline Eble,
.............................................................................................................. Pat Alexander in Action!
WAYS & MEANS VP............................................. Candi Olit, Shirley Kaufman,
HOSPITALITY VP.........................................................Lori Ernster, Millie Linnetz
EDUCATION VP.................................................................................Corey Newman
TREASURER .......................................................................................Marcia Spanier
FINANCIAL SECRETARY ...........................................................................Judy London
RECORDING SECRETARY ................................................................... Carla Bradford
................................................................................ Faith Goldman & Imi Silver
PARLIAMENTARIAN............................................................................... Dale Korman
HISTORIAN .............................................................................................. Pat Hoffman
HONORARY CHAPLAIN..................................................................Natalie Kaufman
NEXT SISTERHOOD BUSINESS MEETING ~ April 11, 10:00 AM – Garden Room
ALL WELCOME at 9:30 a.m. for socializing & coffee ~ COME AND BRING YOUR IDEAS AND TALENTS
• SAVE THE DATE: WEDNESDAY, MAY 16TH LUNCHEON PROGRAM
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2007 TEMPLE MENORAH GALA
An Anniversary Celebration!
6:00 p.m., Saturday Evening, May 12, 2007
Tribute Book Orders (forms enclosed) are due by Thursday, April 12. If you have questions regarding the Tribute book
please contact Ann Gotthoffer at firstname.lastname@example.org or 310-372-6939.
Silent Auction Donations (forms enclosed) are due by Thursday, April 26. Questions can be directed to Candi Olit at 310-
944-0276 or CandiO53@aol.com.
Please feel free to contact Cathleen Richland with any general questions regarding the 2007 Gala at SHR1962@aol.com
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Happy Birthday to our
(If your name is missing, please let us know at 310-316-8444)
1 Macie Berlin 15 Steven Liberman
1 Jolene Meskin 15 James Myers
2 Renee Berliner 16 Emily Fogel
Taught by: Benjamin Morse, 2 17 Reed Hasson
Israeli Elite Forces Certified Instructor 2 Robbie Drissel 17 Sheila Lefton
3 Leslie Heimov 18 Gertrude Lewison
3 Emily Schugel 20 Mia Lieber
4 Brandon Engel 20 Tracy Numark
One out of six women report 4 Steven Jacobs 20 Neilan Sleven
a completed or attempted 4 Stephen Lewis 21 Serena Letvin
rape to authorities at some
point in their lifetime. It is 5 Max Fogel 21 John Simpson
estimated that the majority 5 Irene Jacobson 21 Samuel Valladares
of rapes go unreported. 5 Ronna Nelsen 22 Dustin Abelin
More than half of all
lifetime rapes happen before 5 Lauren Schwartzer 22 Cynthia Cohen
age 18. In approximately 8 5 Gail Teicher 22 Robert Hoffman
out of 10 cases (83%), the
victim knew the perpetrator
5 David Zaro 22 Tyler Kae
5 Arnold Zimmerman 22 Sam Lambert-Peck
6 Sarah Craemer 22 Karen Rosenberg
6 Lawrence Leopold 22 Matthew Silbert
6 Elaine Porzucki 23 Elaine Berris
7 Steve Braudo 23 Brittany Bovee
8 Jeri Berlin 23 Joseph Wolf
8 Brendan Hirsch 24 Allan Fineman
8 Donald Shannon 24 Mitchell Numark
9 Andrew Edelstein 24 Susan Shall
9 Cameron Rosenberg 24 Lena Silver
11 Robert Koch 24 Barbara Stokes
12 Isabella Beristain25 Alan Silkes
Mothers, daughters, 12 Ben Kae 26 Andrew Dietz
Grandmothers it’s not too 12 Rhonda Windsor 26 Amanda Heimov-
late to become the 13 Dorothy Benardo Parisse
“Wonder Woman” in your 13 Jorge Birnbaum 27 Lisa Blumberg
family! 13 Evan Downs 27 June Horwich
14 Jason Goussak 27 Clifford Numark
14 Asher Richland 28 Meredith Johnson
Thursday, May 3rd 8:00 p.m. 15 Romina Birnbaum 29 Jacob Heimov-Parisse
29 Eitan Seri-Levi
Temple Menorah Happy Anniversary
30 Alexis Katzelnick-Wise
To Our Members!
$20 per person (If you do not see your name, please call the office)
April 2 Burton & Geraldyn Belzer
April 5 Douglas & Adele Gleichman
Benjamin Morse is a Temple member and a
Tuvia graduate. He has been teaching Mixed April 5 Frank & Gail Kantrowitz
Martial Arts to all ages and levels for April 6 Michael & Kelly Bluman
almost 15 years. He currently teaches self-
defense tactics at the Religious School April 6 Hal & Shirley Kaufman
Academy on Wednesday evenings. Not only is
he a Certified Instructor of Israeli Elite
April 7 Leon & Rita Levy
Forces for Hand to Hand Combat but also a April 10 Roger & Diana Wolff
certified instructor of Gracie Brazilian Jui-
April 15 Daniel & Rebeca Rosenberg
April 15 Nelson-Michael & DoloresTorres
April 27 Ann Gotthoffer & Mickey McRae
Sponsored by the Temple Menorah Cultural Arts Committee
April 28 Harvey & Barbara Jacobson
April 29 Mr. Jeffrey Tidus & Mrs. Sheryl Stein-
See the enclosed “Quick & Easy!” form to register for this
April 30 Jeffrey Parisse & Leslie Heimov
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THE CONGREGATION APPRECIATES THE THOUGHTFULNESS OF THOSE WHO REMEMBER AND
HONOR THEIR FRIENDS AND LOVED ONES THROUGH THEIR GENEROUS CONTRIBUTIONS.
Rabbi’s Discretionary Fund Sandra Lincoln, in memory of her Condolences to Rabbi Leon and Peppi
Bob, Susan, Bethany and Brent Abelson, grandfather, David Lincoln, her aunt Rona Kahane, on the loss of their daughter, Dr.
in honor of Rabbi Silver in assisting Brent Smith and Gertrude Markman Shari Kahane, from Ellie Reed, Kenny, Craig
achieve the Boy Scout’s Etz Chayim Marjie Block, in memory of her & Bruce Preston, Miriam & Dave
Award grandmother, Rhea Chain Shindell Eizenwasser, Mim Rivo, Natalie Kaufman,
Maureen Romero, in memory of her father, Ester Farber, Elaine & Ben Berris, Joy & Bob
Ruth Blinder, in honor of her return to
Alvin Meyers Feldman, Arlene (Preston) and Bill
Toni Wolff, in memory of her mother, Aberbuch, Addie Millman, Wendy Wengrow,
Cantor’s Discretionary Fund Regina Frankel Saundra & Mark Reichard, Frances Kurofsky,
Jason Engel, in memory of his wife, Continuing Education Fund Anne Forel, Judy & Ed London, Shirley & Hal
Barbara Engel Karola Kuc, in memory of her mother, Kaufman and Faith Goldman
Shirley Falk, memory of her sister, Rona Ursula Ritter Condolences to Monty & Lillian Koslover, on
Lincoln Smith Prayer Books the loss of Monty’s brother, Joseph Koslover,
Keala Friel, in memory of her sister-in- from Shirley & Hal Kaufman
Viviana Birmbaum, in memory of her
law, Deborah Melody Condolences to Jeff & Mariana Gitomer, on
father, Abraham Matles
David Tisius, in memory of his son, Daniel the loss of Jeff’s mother, Mickey Gitomer,
Tisius Frances Kurofsky, in memory of her from Joy & Bob Feldman, Shirley & Hal
husband, Harry Kurofsky Kaufman, Marcia Spanier and Saundra &
Erika Snow Robinson, in honor of Katie Trees for Israel Mark Reichard
Bryan/Kid’s Night Out Condolences to Harriet Apsel, on the loss of
For Bill Kornheiser & Family, Sincerest
Eric Lieber, in memory of his mother, her husband, Julian Apsel, from Ellie Reed
condolences on the loss of your beloved
Barbara Lieber and Arlene & Bill Aberbuch
wife Gloria, by Carole & Ed Casper
Jay & Debora Kaufman, in memory of Joe Condolences to Dale and Howard Korman,
Fradkin For Information Regarding Planting on the loss of Dale’s father, Julian Apsel,
Claire & Victor Kaufman, in memory of Trees In Israel, Please Call Millie Linnetz from Arlene & Bill Aberbuch, Ellie Reed,
Joe Fradkin At (310) 373-3025 Miriam & Dave Eizenwasser, Saundra &
Shirley Falk, in memory of her sister, Rona Mark Reichard and Marcia Spanier
Lincoln Smith SISTERHOOD TRIBUTES Wishing Francisco Gonzalez a quick recovery
BERNIE SPANIER MEMORIAL Mazel Tov to Toni & Gerry Wolff, on their for his broken ankle, from Ann Gotthoffer,
L’ATIDENU FUND son, Alejandro’s appointment as Acting Barbara Stokes, Susan & George Fogelson,
Marcia Spanier in memory of Dr. Shari U.S.Ambassador to the UN, From Ellie Gitte & Eric Lieber, Jamie Jones, Randi Sher,
Kahane, daughter of Rabbi Leon and Reed, Frances Kurofsky, Addie Millman, Nancy & Bill Hirsch, Lory & Lou Greenbaum,
Peppi Kahane Ann Gotthoffer, Essie Farber, Connie Addie Millman, Faith Goldman, Millie &
Sara Rice, in memory of her cousin, Mirell, Dorothy Siedler and Millie & Fred Fred Linnetz, Miriam & Dave Eizenwasser,
Sharon Silverglade Linnetz Wendy Wengrow, Pat Alexander, Judy & Ed
Nelson & Dolores Torres, in memory of Mazel Tov to Mickey & Irv Rodner, on the London, Joy & Bob Feldman and Cathleen
her father, Kenneth Vincent Santucci, marriage of their granddaughter, Eva & Scott Richland
and friends, Joseph Rosenfield, Bob Karz to Adam Buckstein, from Frances Wishing Neilan Sleven, prayers for a speedy
Segal and Lillie Frohman Kurofsky recovery, from Addie Millman, Faith
Regina Katz, in memory of her mother, Mazel Tov to Julie Reback, on her son Goldman, Joy & Bob Feldman, Tricia
Sylvia Haferling and her husband, Blake’s Bar Mitzvah, from Mim Rivo and Margolis, Dorothy Siedler, Lory & Lou
Jacob Katz Roger Peterson Greenbaum and Rose Uberman
Andrew and Barbara Lieber, in memory of Mazel Tov to Victor Penso and good health Wishing Marcus Kellman prayers for a
Andrew’s mother, Barbara Lieber on his 80th birthday, from Ruth & Al speedy recovery, from Joy & Bob Feldman,
Rose Uberman, im memory of her Blinder Tricia Margolis, Rose Uberman, Toni &
husband, Seymour Uberman Condolences to Lynn & Roy Schubert, on Gerry Wolff, Ellie Reed, Millie & Fred
the loss of their son, Jonathan Paul, from Linnetz, Wendy Wengrow, Susan & George
Tuvia School fund
Toni & Gerry Wolff, Ellie Reed, Elaine & Fogelson and Naomi Schiff
Aaron Krouse, in memory of his Wishing Pearl Gold’s daughter, Sharon
grandmother, Rae Panster Ben Berris, Millie & Fred Linnetz, Wendy
Wengrow, Connie Mirell, Dorothy Siedler, Lobell, prayers for good health, from
Lisa Krouse, in memory of her grandmother, Naomi Schiff, Susan & George Fogelson, Cathleen & Scott Richland, Ann Gotthoffer,
Clydelia Bonney Gitte & Eric Lieber, Randi Sher, Cathleen Rose Uberman, Faith Goldman, Nancy &
David Tisius, in memory of his mother-in- & Scott Richland, Barbara Stokes and Bill Hirsch, Wendy Wengrow, Susan &
law, Ann D. Polakoff Faith Goldman George Fogelson, Jamie Jones, Randi Sher,
Condolences to Natalie & Bob Spencer, on Joy & Bob Feldman, Tricia Margolis and
the loss of Natalie’s mother, Anne Ellie Reed
Jann Segal, in memory of her father,
Wallace, from Gertrude & George Wishing Rose Uberman, prayers for a speedy
Lewison recovery, from Bettian Pollack and Gertrude
Robert Feldman, in memory of his cousin,
Condolences to Gabriel Pilowsky & Selma & George Lewison
Abaud, on the loss of Gabriel’s mother, Thank You to Nancy Hirsch, for your renewed
Building & Improvments Fund efforts on our distressed library, from Lynn
Nina Korenblit, from Ruth & Al Blinder
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Schubert, Wendy Wengrow, Millie
Linnetz and Judy London
For information regarding Sisterhood
Tributes or to send a Tribute, please
call Marcia Spanier at 310-378-3156
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April Yahrzeits Mishebeirach
April 1 April 15 Temple Menorah wishes a speedy recovery
Fannie Croll Beatrice Adelsman to the following people:
Louis Croll Rae Lipsky Rubin
Barbara Beck Arthur Beckerman Flo Berman
Joseph Bernstein Aaron Hillel Silvera
Samuel Berger Marvin Cohen Roberta Cohen Samuel Czerny
Sarah C. Casper Luke Boccanfuso Marci Eizenwasser Shirley Falk Wendy Gardner
David Greengard Erwin Grauman Francisco Gonzalez Herman Krouse Eileen Levin
Jack Margolis Perry Joseph Hasson Sharon Lobell Marvin Musick Roz Sher
Ramona Torres Sol Levitt
Charlene Simpson Rose Uberman Jacob Witkin
Goody Kallner Weintraub April 16
April 3 Martin Orzeck Condolences
Arthur Fox Jiro Nakao Temple Menorah and its members extend heartfelt
Henrietta Ackerman Barney Cohen condolences to the families of the following:
Ben Diamond Harry Cohen
Ben Kaufman Stephen Sampson Jeff Gitomer, on the loss of his mother, Mickey Gitomer
Jean Kuperman April 18 Dr. Mark Baskin and Rabbi Leon & Peppi
Eleanor Thomashow Ben Alpern Kahane on the loss of their wife & daughter, Dr.
Janice Cleff Rose L Silberberg Shari Kahane
April 4 Philip Fink
Maurice A. Glasser
Dale Korman & Diane Numark on the loss of their father
Yitzhak Isaac Levy and grandfather, Julian Apsel
Jacob I. Goldberg Bernice Budney-
April 5 Eva Kurman Thank you
Hyman Alteresko Anne Levin
April 6 William Mirell Thank you to all my Sisterhood sisters for giving me
Caryn Siegel Betty Feldman the courage and strength to move to my new home.
Rose Zaft McFarlane Faith Goldman
April 7 Sidney Sternberger
Frances Solomon Max W. Becker
Mark Fisk Rose Goldberg
April 8 Abe Goldberg
Morris Friedman Eva Cohen
Joseph Friedman Molly Levin
Eva Greenstein April 23
April 9 Herb Kornfeld
Ruth Rollband April 24 Do you like to sing?
Belle Friedman Therese Szwec
Ricky Wasserman Helen Aibinder Do you sing in the shower?
Morris Sabath April 25 Do you sing in the car?
April 10 Benjamin Benjamin
Dora Grosshandler Gross Charles Pinski
Lottie Becker Belle (Birdie) Solomon WE NEED YOU!
April 11 April 26
Max Turner Whether you are trained or not, please come to our
Oscar Levy choir planning meeting where we will discuss forming
a year-round group of spirited singers to help enhance
Bernard Robinson April 27
Dr. Edward D. our worship experience.
Herbert Cohen Wasserman Date: April 18th
Siegmund Neu April 28 Time: 7:00 p.m.
Helene Neu Frances Jacobson
Ernest Schugel David Danos Where: Temple Sanctuary
April 13 Ellis Milstein
Maureen Soll Friends Family
Richard J. Polakoff April 29
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L’Chaim! For your Health!
Chair Yoga Class Israeli Folk Dancing
Now Offered Weekly!
Open to the Community
M ondays 11 :00 a.m. - 1 2:0 0 p .m. Tuesdays at 7:00 p.m.
T em p le Men o r ah Ga r d e n R o o m DANCE TILL YOU DROP!
All levels of experience are welcome
Fee: $6.00 per class,
and will be challenged!
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For more information please contact
Cecilia at (310) 316-8444
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Jazzercise combines elements of jazz dance, resistance
training, Pilates, yoga, kick-boxing, and more to create truly This class brings together people with arthritis
effective programs for people of every age and fitness level. and other related conditions for enjoyment while
Increase your muscle tone, flexibility, balance, strength, and doing gentle exercise to improve well being,
endurance using easy-to-follow movements.
increase flexibility and range of motion, and
Jazzercise meets at Temple Menorah on improve muscle strength and posture.
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 9:15 a.m.
Tuesdays, 10:45 a.m.
To find out more about Jazzercise including pricing and
registration information, please contact Marie Hoffman or
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MATZOS AND PASSOVER FO
Saturday, April 7, 2007
5:00 p.m. – 9:30 p.m.
Join us for the film,Watermarks; Enjoy a Kosher L’Pesach Dinner and
the Oscar® Winning short musical, West Bank Story;
And stay for the adult comedy, Go For Zucker
A night of award-winning movies! See just one – or see them ALL!