OF LONG BEACH
www.temple-emanu-el.org A Reform Jewish Congregation July-August 2009
PRESIDENT’S MESSAGE R ABBI L INES
t is Saturday May 30, 2009. I am still “glowing” in the Fast! Faster! Fastest! My computer is faster than your
aftermath of an incredible Shavuot service last night. computer. My car is faster than your car. See Bob run.
Maris Warfman Hermann and Donna Hills created a He can run faster than Judy. Why all the emphasis on
beautiful setting. Bruce Bernstein and Brielle Hills partici- speed? Where are we running so fast? “Hurry up. Get
pated as former confirmands with me and Rabbi present- a move on. I don’t have all day.” Faster planes. Faster
ed us with tallises as gifts for being “re-confirmed.” trains. Where are we rushing to that we feel we have to
Cantor sang a quite meaningful and moving song, arrive at a destination as fast as possible? Not a
“Standing on the Shoulders” and Rabbi read the Ten moment to waste.
Commandments. I have a question for you- What would
Our age may be described as the “Speed Age.” Faster
be your eleventh commandment? Maybe we can “pub-
is better. What about slowing down to a walk so that
lish” your answer in the next bulletin?
we might see the trees, the birds, and the bees. Even
Thank you to Maurice Vegh. who presented us with $1,000 God slowed down the work of creation on the Seventh
raised from the sale of bricks in The Holocaust Memorial. Day. Summertime is a time to slow sown, head for the
Why not consider buying a brick in memory of a dear one beach, take a recliner and go out in the sun. (Don’t for-
or to celebrate a simcha? We also have “leaves” available get sunscreen.)
on our tree and simcha scrolls in the lobby, starting at $100.
Instead of speeding up our society, why don’t we try
Call for more information on these and other “dedica-
and slow it down? Abraham reached the Promised
Land while walking. It was a great spiritual journey.
We will be honoring Gigi Canton and Bob Carroll this He had time to think about where he was going. He
Sunday at our Gala Cocktail Reception. Congratulations was not concerned about how fast he was going to
to them both and thank you to Donna Hills, Madeline arrive there.
Silverman, Maris Warfman and their committee for mak-
So let’s try this summer to slow it down; to try to be
ing this such a special and successful evening.
cool, calm, and collected; to meditate a little; pray a lit-
This summer we will be having services on the beach, as tle. Remember the old adage “Haste makes waste.”
we did last year. I hope you all will join us?
Have an easy summer.
Congratulations to all graduates out there and here is
wishing you all a wonderful summer.
Vicki Heller Sisterhood Blood Drive
Wednesday, August 5
4:00 to 9:30 P.M.
For appointments call Sybil: 889-1388
Please give – it saves lives!
Sunday, August 9 –
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C ANTOR ’ S N OTES July Worship Schedule
Friday, July 3rd . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7:30 P.M.
Happy Beaching!!! Did you know that the Torah was given in Service on the Beach ~ Foot of Neptune Blvd.
the vastness of the desert sand not unlike the sand of our (No service at Temple unless it rains)
wonderful Long Beach? It is said that if you wish to become “God Bless America”
closer or feel a bit detached from your connection to God
then go into nature. The best place is to go and spend some Saturday, July 4th . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9:30 A.M.
time in the desert for that was where God revealed the Torah Rabbi’s Study Group: Hukkat-Balak
to the Jewish people and the world. We have the chance to Friday, July 10th . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8:00 P.M.
simulate the desert with our beach and beautiful ocean. The “God, Moses and Pinchas, on Getting Angry”
vastness of the ocean represents the vastness of the desert.
Some of us live here in Long Beach and rarely even get to the Saturday, July 11th . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9:30 A.M.
beach with our hectic schedules. This summer take some Rabbi’s Study Group: Pinchas
time to go in the early morning or at sunset, alone, to the Friday, July 17th . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8:00 P.M.
beach and simply sit and talk to God. Speak as if you are “We Must Defend Israel”
talking to your most trusted friend. Spill all the beans. All the
fears, doubts, anxieties hopes and dreams that you have in Saturday, July 18th . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..9:30 A.M.
your mind. Even though God already knows what is going Rabbi’s Study Group: Matot-Masei
on, you still need to let God know that you are in need of help Friday, July 24th . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8:00 P.M.
and support from the ultimate source. If you are not current- “The Ninth Day of Av”
ly feeling connected to God then the question is not "why is
God not with me?” - the question is, "why have I chosen to Saturday, July 25th . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9:30 A.M.
separate myself from God?" In the desert during the Exodus, Rabbi’s Study Group: Devarim
many felt God's presence and many did not. It was the Friday, July 31st . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8:00 P.M.
choice of the individual to determine their own relationship Special Band Ensemble Shabbat
with God. If you are having difficulty in life, then ask yourself “Be Comforted My People”
how strong is your relationship with God at this moment, you
are sure to find you answer to your difficulties. I wish only for
blessings and good tidings to you all, and I shall see you on August Worship Schedule
Saturday, August 1st . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9:30 A.M.
Cantor Katz Rabbi’s Study Group: Vaetchanan
Havdalah Service on the Beach . . . . . . . . . . . .7:30 P.M.
Foot of Neptune Blvd.
BULLETIN Friday, August 7th . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8:00 P.M.
“If We Would Only Listen”
Published by Temple Emanu-El
A Reform Jewish Congregation Saturday, August 8th . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9:30 A.M.
455 Neptune Blvd. • Long Beach, N.Y. 11561 Rabbi’s Study Group: Ekev
Tel: (516) 431-4060
Friday, August 14th . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..8:00 P.M.
“The Blessing and the Curse”
Rabbi Bennett M. Hermann
Saturday, August 15th . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9:30 A.M.
Cantor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .David Katz
Rabbi’s Study Group: Re’eh
Cantor Emerita . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Bette Cohen
Temple President . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Vicki Heller Friday, August 21st . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8:00 P.M.
Chairman of the Board . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Nelson Vinokur “You Be the Judge”
Sisterhood President . . . . . . . . Maris Warfman Hermann
Saturday, August 22nd . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9:30 A.M.
Brotherhood President . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Steven Kolodny
Rabbi’s Study Group: Shoftim
Education Director . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Vicki Cabrera
Editor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lillian Baum Friday, August 28th . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7:30 P.M.
Staff . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Barbara Schoner Special Band Ensemble Shabbat on the Beach ~
Temple Office Hours Foot of Neptune Blvd
Mon – Thurs 9 am – 4 pm* • Friday 9 am – 2 pm (No service at Temple unless it rains)
*Except religious school nights to 6 pm “When You Go Out to War”
Bulletin Designed and Printed by E. Face Graphics Saturday, August 29th . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9:30 A.M.
Rabbi’s Study Group: Kee-Tetze
July/August 2009 Page 2
SISTERHOOD NEWS BROTHERHOOD
S ince March of this year, Sisterhood
has offered many new and innova-
Away. Copies of the book are on
reserve at the Long Beach Library. NEWS
tive programs as well as the annual
events everyone looks forward to. In From August 15th through August 17th, The May Brotherhood meeting/
addition, Sisterhood members are in the Sisterhood will be holding a Rummage shoe sale was lightly attended but
process of developing some wonderful Sale. Donations of clothing, household we were able to establish some
mitzvah projects and women’s study items, books, toys, etc., in good condi- goals for the rest of the year.
groups. I would like to thank all of you tion only, are being accepted at the
Temple. The success of this event Our Panelli Shoe sale is continuing,
who have participated in developing,
really depends on the quality and quan- please contact me for an appoint-
organizing, running and attending these
tity of your donations. ment at 897-5379 or by e-mail
events. You have done a wonderful job
of supporting Sisterhood, the Temple
On August 18th, at 7:30 pm, Sisterhood
and the Religious School and your work These are $200 fresh in the box, fine-
will “kick off” its first Mitzvah Project
and commitment are appreciated by all. ly made Italian shoes for only $40 (3
of the year, Join us as we organize to
As we move into the summer months, reach out to the community.
our programming continues: I encourage you to participate in out
Keep checking the Temple website at Temple Brotherhood. Our next
On July 14th, Sisterhood will hold our www.temple-emanu-el.org and our meeting is tentatively scheduled for
annual Woman of the Year Dinner. This mailings for more information on Tues., June 30 @ 7pm.
year, we have the pleasure of honoring upcoming events.
Get on our e-mail list by sending an
our past president, Tina Kovolisky, a e-mail to: TELBBrotherhood@veri-
I look forward to seeing you at our
woman who has for so many years, and zon.net.
events this summer. I hope you are
in so many ways, supported Temple
enjoying all that Long Beach has to offer Keep up with us online through the
Emanu-El. The dinner will be held at
during the summer months. Temple website; http://temple-
Alias Smith & Jones in Oceanside at 6:30
pm. For reservations, call Donna Hills Shalom, emanu-el.org
at 516-322-6921. Maris Warfman Steve Kolodny
Sisterhood President Brotherhood President
On the evening of July 21st, there will
be a book review of Amy Bloom’s novel
CONGREGATIONAL FAMILY EDUCATION
Shabbat service on the beach: Is there any better time than summer- as we welcome Shabbat with the
July 3 at 7:30 PM. time? I don't think so. waves breaking nearby and the cool
Come early and have supper on the ocean breezes enveloping us.
Having been raised in the Rockaways,
beach. People who do not wish to go I love my beach time. As residents of When not on the beach, I'll be planning
on the beach will be able to sit on the Long Beach, I'm sure you feel the new and exciting Family Ed activities
boardwalk extension adjacent to the same. for next year. Enjoy!
That's why I am looking forward to Lori Weinbloom,
Havdalah Service on the Friday night Shabbat services with our
beach: August 1 at 7:30 PM. Temple Emanu-El family on the beach
this summer. I hope you will all join Educator
Shabbat service on the beach: Rabbi Hermann, Cantor Katz and me
August 28 at 7:30 PM.
Bring your folding chairs. Plan to
have Shabbat dinner on the beach.
Vicki Heller, Bruce
Note: Lori Weinbloom will be at our Bernstein and Brielle
Beach and Havdalah Services.
Hills get "re-confirmed"
Note: There will not be a separate
service in the Temple on Beach
July/August 2009 Page 3
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL NEWS
“"Spend time with your children over the summer. Make occasions to restate your love, concerns, and respect for them."
-John Boshoven, Jewish Counselor-
ope that you are all having a wonderful and healthy
summer vacation. Shortly you will be receiving infor-
mation on our Fall Open House, Back to School Night
and Registration for the Fall 2009 school year. If you have any
questions or concerns with the materials that you receive, please
feel free to call me at 431-4060 ext. 3. I am only in the Temple
two days a week in the summer, so please leave a voicemail for
me and I will get back to you as soon as possible.
The summer is a great time to take trips with the whole family.
There are many interesting places in New York City where your
family can experience our Jewish Heritage and Culture. There is
the "Jewish Museum" at 1109 5th Avenue that is housed in a
beautiful and elaborate mansion, the "Museum of Jewish
History-A Living Memorial to the Holocaust" at 36 Battery Place
and the "Tenement Museum" which tells the stories of immi- the publisher of our textbooks. Go to www.behrmanhouse.com
grants who lived in 97 Orchard Street, a tenement built in 1863 and register. It's Free! Click on "Families" and then you can
in Manhattan's Lower East Side. choose to study everything from the Alph-Bet and the prayers
Children who want to practice there Hebrew over the summer for Shabbat and Bar/Bat Mitzvah to conversational Hebrew. It is
and parents who would like to learn Hebrew for Prayer or an interactive program that is educational and fun.
Conversational Hebrew can go to the free web site provided by The students in the Religious School ended the school year with
an assembly and celebration in which I thanked the staff and the
Jewish Family Ed parents for helping to make this year a success. I also thanked
the students for their hard work and presented Certificates of
Dear Temple Family & Friends: Completion to each student. After the service the children where
I hope everyone is enjoying some much needed rewarded with delicious cups of "ice cream".
warmer weather despite a few days of rain ? -Shalom-
Over the Summer Mrs. Cabrera and I spend a great Vicki Cabrera
deal of time preparing and organizing for next school
year. It is very important to re-enroll your children for
the upcoming school year as soon as possible to
ensure proper materials and staffing is ready for
It’s finally Summer!
The Religious School curriculum will again include
Nursery School Summertime is a nice
change of pace for the chil-
grade level Family Education programs. In addition dren. They may go to camp, spend time with friends and
we will resume our Tot Shabbat program for Families family, enjoy ore outside activities, or even take a special
with young children thru 2nd grade. Please look for trip. Even though their routines may change, our chil-
flyers and mailings for dates and times for all dren are always ready to leap into action and have fun.
Religious School events. Camp started on June 29 and we were excited to see the
I look forward to working again in our wonderful children again. They come to camp dressed in their
Religious School program. If you have any questions, bathing suits, smelling of sunscreen, and are ready to
comments and/or concerns please feel free to email have a good time. They enjoy running through the sprin-
me: SoLahna@aol.com. klers, blowing lots of bubbles, drawing chalk pictures,
playing in the sand and climbing on our play structures.
HOMEWORK: Light the Shabbat Candles and Enjoy Our eight weeks of camp consists of lots of arts and crafts
Shabbat dinner as a family (1) time over the summer. projects, friends to play with special treats and just plain
I WANT PICTURES!!!!! summer fun. We hope you are having as much fun as we
are at Camp Temple Emanu-El. Enjoy the sunshine out-
doors and the sunshine on your child’s face.
Lahna Bidner Shalom,
Religious School Family Educator Roberta Abramowitz
July/August 2009 Page 4
JULY TEMPLE TIDINGS
The following friends and families have The Lynne Cahn Yahrzeit
made donations to the perpetuating fund: Friendship Flower Garden Fund Adele Danon, in memory of her
Adele Danon, wishing Gigi Canton a Bill Cahn, wishing Jack Solomon a beloved husband, John Danon
speedy recovery Happy Birthday Roberta Siroka, in memory of her
Irwin and Martha Lederer, in memory Bill Cahn, wishing Renee Kasper a beloved father, Harold Siroka
of Anna Peisate Happy Birthday Frieda Friedman, in memory of her
Lillian and Lloyd Baum, in memory Bill Cahn, wishing Rabbi Bennett beloved husband, Seymour
of Richard Bailey Hermann a Happy Birthday Friedman
Lillian and Lloyd Baum, in memory Bill Cahn, wishing Maurice Vegh a Marilyn Altman, in memory of her
of Norman Gordon Happy Birthday beloved husband, Jay Altman
Jessie and Howard Broxmeyer, in Bill Cahn, wishing Trudi Bernstein a Helaine Shepard, in memory of her
memory of Anna Peisate Happy Birthday beloved mother, Mollie Beaber
Sue Hirschbein and Perry Bodnar, Bill Cahn, wishing Steve and Helaine Shepard, in memory of her
wishing Gigi Canton Mazel Tov for Madeline Silverman a Happy beloved sister, Lillian Duberstein
being honored at Dinner Dance Anniversary Helaine Shepard, in memory of her
Roberta Schneider, wishing Judy Bill Cahn, wishing Herb and Judy beloved niece, Barbara Bere
Levitz a speedy recovery Levitz a Happy Anniversary Helen Elovich, in memory of her
Jackie and Mike Zapson, in honor of Bill Cahn, wishing Larry and Liz beloved father, S. Louis Mirel
Mr. & Mrs. Danny Ditkowich on Gutman a Happy Anniversary Roslyn Miller, in memory of her
their 25th Wedding Anniversary Bill Cahn, wishing Stan and Fran beloved father, Bernard Egelka
The Schindler Family, in loving mem- Fleishman a Happy Anniversary Robert Flapanl in memory of his
ory of Blanche Gartner Bill Cahn, wishing Hank and Nikki beloved brother, Stanley Flapan
Laura Adams, in memory of her Baum a Happy Anniversary Eugene Dropkin, in memory of his
beloved cousin, Bruce Peyton Bill Cahn, wishing Bruce and Debbie beloved father, William Dropkin
Renee and Ted Kasper, wishing Bernstein a Happy Anniversary Bob Geller, in loving memory of
Charlotte Goldman a speedy recovery Bill Cahn, wishing Allan and Carol Rebecca Geller
Fran and Stanley Fleishman, in honor Carlton a Happy Anniversary Helean Itts, in loving memory of
of Cantor Richard and Linda Botton, Bill Cahn, wishing Larry and Ellin Gloria Sabin and Lillian Weissfeld
on the Bar Mitzvah of their grand- Stracher a Happy Anniversary Anita Kaplan Cutler, in memory of
son Eli Weitzman Bill Cahn, wishing Ted and Renee her beloved husband, Benjamin I.
Kasper a Happy Anniversary Hyman
Rabbi’s Discretionary Fund Trudi Bernstein, in honor of Paul The Topper Family, in loving memory
Ruth and Rudy Schwartz, in memory Atlas on his Special Birthday of Stanley Topper
of Pearl Weill Robin Waller, in loving memory of
Barry Weber, in memory of his Religious School Fund Saul Singman, father and grandfa-
beloved father, Cy Weber ther
The Cabrera Family, wishing Gigi
Blossom Miller, in honor of the con- Michael Heller, in memory of his
Canton a speedy recovery
version of Lauren Miller beloved father, Walter Heller
Diana Stimmel, in memory of her Harriet Forman, in memory of her
beloved husband, Lou Stimmel
Dr. Jerry Oberman beloved husband, Al Forman
Diana Stimmel and Barbara Mueller, Nursery School Fund Lois Lutwin, in memory of her
in memory of their beloved mother, Edith Oberman, in memory of her beloved father, Ralph Halperin
Ella Berman beloved husband, Jerry Oberman Sy Landsman, in memory of his
Ruth and Rudy Schwartz, in memory Edith Oberman, in memory of her beloved mother, Gertrude Landsman
of Norman Gordon beloved mother, Lillian Goldberg
Ruth and Rudy Schwartz, wishing Martin and Joy Caine, in memory of
Hope Freed a speedy recovery Lois Kemins
Lillian and Lloyd Baum, in honor of
Tina Kovolisky “Woman of the Year” The Holocaust Memorial Fund
William and Bernice Taplitz have pur- GIANT CLEARANCE SALE
Cantor’s Fund chased a brick in memory of Richard
Nikki and Hank Baum, wishing Gigi Bailey, a dear friend Everything must go!
Canton a speedy recovery Open Friday before service, during
the Oneg, or by appointment.
We offer condolences to the families of:
Anna Peisate, beloved mother of Raquel Faingold
July/August 2009 Page 5
Birthdays & Anniversaries JULY
1- Dr. Alan and Marcia Zimmerman
Birthdays 2- Robert and Phyllis Robinson
5- Brian and Judy Murray
JULY BIRTHDAYS 17 Norman Gordon 7
Peter Nelson 8- Steven and Roberta Strauss
Michael Horowitz Susan Rogoff 10- Brian and Amy Powers
1 Cathy Pettit Susan Hirschbein-Bodnar
9 Eileen Kramer 11- Paul and Irana Zisser
2 Joyce Taylor 18- Bernard Hiller 10- Stephen Botwinoff 16- Harry and Violet Ritchie
Jeffrey Green 19 Paul Joseph 11- Julie Gelfand 19- Jeffrey and Holly Green
4 June Vinokur Monica Herzberg 13 Toby Gordon 31- Robert and Lisa Scelfo
5 Joseph Lehr 21 Beatrice Soloway 14 The Honorable Joseph Slavin
Martin Schneiweis AUGUST
Malcolm Cooper 16- Dr. Jo Eisman
7- Bonnie Stern 23 Edith Rubin 17 Bonni Goetz 1- Richard and Lisa Charschan
8 Sheldon Sanders 25 Michael Zapson 18 Norton Platkin 7- Mark and Alysa Goldsmith
Kenneth Mittelberg 26- Pamela Kaplan 19- Lawrence Elovich 8 Alan and Ivy Leibowitz
9 Eleanor Portnof Theodore Kasper Shirley Freitag 12- John and Jane Nickelsberg
10 Roberta Zucker Marilyn Kass 20 Harold Kuritzky 13- Isidoro and Susan Korn
David Weinstein 28 Joseph Kovolisky 24 Amy Goldenberg Ron and Marjorie Levine
11- Mike Bernabeo 29 Fran Miller 25 Lawrence Gutman 17- Bertram and Terry Raddock
Julie Brodsky 30 Dr. George Miller Joel Tropp Barry and Nancy Koff
12- Paul Atlas Carol Carlton 27- Marvin Gehn 18- Ignacio and Dava Lopez
Sherry Renz Francine Fleishman
28- Alice Wolkenberg 23- Jeffrey and Bari Klirsfeld
Judith Levine Nancy Goldstein 25- Joseph and Shirley Gleich
15- Fran Goldstein AUGUST BIRTHDAYS Ron Schneider Lawrence and Helen Elovich
Omar Henriquez 29- Marci Lukinsky Harold and Tina Kuritzky
16- Alan Wolfer 3- Michael Cohen 28- Mark and Linda Morgenstern
Raquel Entes-Feingold 5- Lori Field 29- Steven and Rochelle Kolodny
Religious School Assembly and Celebration
July/August 2009 Page 6
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Call Irwin (516) 897-8655
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is struggling to cope with life’s daily activities. The burden money to purchase the items on your list and we will do the shopping
on concerned family caregivers is overwhelming. We are for you. AHRC is an agency that advocates for, teaches, and assists
pleased to offer a non-medical companionship assistance children and adults with developmental disabilities. The agency has
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develop customized care plans that help individuals manage offers free grocery shopping to those who might, for medical or other
their daily needs. We cater to people of all ages and stages of reasons, have difficulty performing this chore for themselves.
life...anyone who is simply overwhelmed or unable to fully If interested in taking advantage of this service, please call Jack
care for themselves and serve people who suffer physical, File or Janice Shear at (516) 764-1590
emotional and social impairments.
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Families Anonymous is a self-help program for concerned parents,
relatives, and friends of someone who uses mind-altering drugs
and/or alcohol, or who has related behavior problems. The group
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