Hakol – Jan 2015 Monthly Magazine

Tiferet Israel
The Home of Traditional Judaism in Dallas
January 2015
Tevet/
Shevat 5775
H a ko l
TIFERET ISRAEL: “THE GLORY OF ISRAEL”
Volume XXIII, Issue 1
Under Va’ad Supervision
Rabbi’s Article
2
President’s Article
4
Membership Article
5
Programming Article
6
Sisterhood Article
7
Calendar
14-15
Donations
17-18
Music washes away from the
soul the dust of everyday life.
- B. Auerbach
Hakol: “The Voice”
THE FACES WORN BY POLITICIANS
By Rabbi Shawn B. Zell
hen it comes to Jewish America, political
elections ought to be held in January. January would
be the most appropriate month for politicians to present themselves as candidates before the public, particularly the Jewish public in this country, because
January bears the name of the Roman idol Janus, a
deity typically depicted as having two faces.
While courting the Jewish vote, politicians suddenly
“discover” Jews in their family tree. After all, laying
claim to a Jewish grandfather, despite the fact that
his son, the candidate’s father eagerly embraced
Christianity should assure that candidate a special
place in the heart of many a Jewish voter. Yet, that
same politician who loves to remind the Jewish voter
that granddad was a “card-carrying Jew” harbors
opinions towards Israel, Jewish issues and Jews
whose vote that congregant is eager to secure, that
can be summed up in the following three words:
“Fie! Fie! Fie!”
On the other hand, it is with more than a modicum of
embarrassment and pain, which Jews in this country
are sadly able to point to the corollary of the above
described two-faced phonies in American politics.
There have been Jews in high positions in the American government who have made it a point to go out
of their way, lest they give the appearance of being
“pro-Israel”.
As such, they author bills and take public stances
that would surely be a source of naches to great
Americans, the ilk of Father Charles Coughlin. Yet,
those very same politicians seem to have no trouble
showing up at High Holyday services offering up
heartfelt prayers straight from their souls.. Why,
some of their best friends are Jews! Most likely, the
only way such Jews can look at themselves in the
mirror is if they have two mirrors, one opposite the
other.
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When it comes to politicians, their being twofaced regarding Israel,
Jewish issues and Jews
need not be a concurrent
situation. Among politicians, there is also what is
known as successive twofacedness. That is, while campaigning for election or
serving in the opposition during previous leadership,
they are so staunchly Zionist and so pro Jewish that
the Jewish community is chomping at the bit to grant
that politician honorary membership at one of the
local synagogues. No sooner does that politician get
elected, when the love and support for Israel, the
Jews and Jewish issues vanish like smoke. All of a
sudden it’s: let’s look at the current terrorism aimed
at Israel “from both sides now”. Should such a politician ever be invited to appear on Face the Nation,
one might well wonder how he can ever possibly
face himself, without seeing double.
In addition to reminding us to “look at the contents
rather than the container” (don’t judge a book by its
cover) the Rabbis of the Talmud teach us a wonderful two word rhyme: Tocho K’Voro – what you see
is what you get. These Rabbis were well aware of
two-faced individuals in our society. What these
Rabbis truly wished to convey with their teachings
however, is regardless of what face we put on when
dealing with the public and independent of the face
we put on behind closed doors, ultimately the time
will come when we will have to face our maker.
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Tiferet Israel: “The Glory of Israel”
January Torah Topics
January 3, Vayechi: Second Guessing the Blessing
January 10, Shemot: Bravery and Slavery
January 17, Vaera: Unlucky Seven
January 24, Bo: Superb Bitter Herb
January 31, Beshallach: Your Fright, My Flight
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Photos by: Steve Israel
Did You Know?
That in a 1968 private letter written to renowned civil rights lawyer
Morris Abram, Martin Luther King Jr. wrote: “Israel’s right to exist as a
State in security is incontestable.” .
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Hakol: “The Voice”
From the President...
Forever Young
he next time you are in Washington
DC, I suggest you visit the Vietnam Veterans Memorial. Walk over to panel 36W,
row 22 of the Veterans Wall and pay respect to David Johan Lehman III — a
young Jewish man from Dallas, Texas.
To answer my questions I will start
It was December 14, 1968 and 21 by saying that we are all connected in life
year-old David Lehman III was patrolling and that every life matters.
the waters in the province of Hua Nghia,
There’s a Jewish prayer that says,
Vietnam, when he was shot by a North Vi- “As long as we live, they too will live; for
etnamese sniper. David, who served in the they are now a part of us; as we remember
Navy, died instantly.
them.”
Fast forward to the fall of 2006. My
son, Joshua, a freshman at George Washington University, visited the Vietnam Veterans Memorial. He happened to stop at
panel 36W, row 22, and was struck by a
Jewish star next to the name David Johan
Lehman III from Dallas, Texas inscribed
on the wall. Joshua wrote the information
on a note and called his grandfather, Harvey Abrams, to share what he observed."
Touched by this story, Harvey purchased a Yahrzeit plaque at Tiferet in David Lehman’s memory. Tiferet also hosts a
seudah shlishit in his David’s memory each
year on the anniversary of his death.
What’s the connection? Why did
Joshua write David’s name down and carry
this piece of paper in his wallet? Was it because David was Jewish and from Dallas?
Why does it even matter since David was
not related to Joshua in any way?
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My son reminded me, with David’s
memory, that we must honor all of the Jewish lives lost in past wars. We owe it to
them to live a meaningful life in their honor. David was not able to live a long life.
But his legacy lives on, as a hero and
as a reminder to us all to make the most of
every day.
Rabbi Zell once shared that one of
the greatest fears that people have is that
they will not be remembered. David Johan
Lehman III in his short 21 years of life will
always be remembered as a warrior who
defended his country.
How do you want to be remembered?
Warren Abrams
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Tiferet Israel: “The Glory of Israel”
From Membership...
elcome to Story Time, otherwise
known as “How did we come up with
our Member Dues Structure.” To tell
the tale, I begin at the November Executive Committee Meeting when I was
asked, “How should we adjust our
membership dues for 2015?” Honestly,
I was broadsided by this question. I
usually do the necessary meeting prep,
but I did not see this coming. I quickly
gave a blank stare, gathered my wits
about me, and responded, ”Ummmm,
can we pull our current dues sheet out
and talk about this?” The paperwork
was found and there was a brief and
fulfilling discussion. A short while later
we had what looked like a good recommendation for the Board. Now was the
time I had to do my due diligence and
justify these recommendations as my
own. I also would have to pass the recommendation by the Membership Committee for their ideas. This sounds simple, right? Well the details are what
make the story interesting.
When I got home, my kids were in bed
dreaming of turkey dinners in their
heads. I gave a research nod to my son
by asking Siri: “What is the going rate
for Jewish synagogue memberships?” I
found out that several congregations
advertise for members, but they want
you to call them for pricing. Realizing
that this was not going to be so simple,
I crafted a strategy and sent an e-mail to
my committee asking for their thoughts,
hopes and dreams.
My next step was to look into the dark
and scary forest of actual research. I
embarked on broad search path looking
at of the whole country to get a feel for
whether or not our adjustments were
goodly and just. I found that there are
places which charge based on your family income; yes, Jewish organizations
with a Catholic Tithe. There are places
where they actually charge higher fees
for members over 65! I even found a
place with no membership fees at all;
someone left them a huge insurance
policy and they have a Trust Fund!
Pricing varies greatly, so I had to delve
deeper. Most congregations offer higher
levels of giving, as do we. Many of
those have special perks offered at
higher levels of dues. I also found out
about the other side of the path where
almost all places offer a special program for those who need a little help.
There was a blog I found where people
believe you should not have to “Pay to
Pray…” Kinky Friedman even wrote a
song talking about needing a ticket and
a tie to zip your prayers on through.
I like to think of Tiferet as a happy
place, accepting of everyone equally,
from our Golden Patrons to the members who can’t afford to pay but need to
belong. We even have a place for those
who just show up to pray on a regular
basis. For those of us who can afford to
pay a little extra, I urge you to do so.
The truth is that our Shul, like most non
-government funded non-profit religious organizations, doesn’t make
enough on membership fees alone to
pay all the overhead expenses. It costs a
lot to keep the lights on and the air conditioning cooling. We aren’t “Paying to
Pray,” we are paying our part of the
communal effort to keep the building
open and the space we pray in comfortable. We are paying for the use of the
clergy, office staff, teachers, and building maintenance. We subsidize our programs so that we can have a cantor at
High Holidays or a scholar in residence.
We have concerns that cost extra, like
security and child care. We even pay for
the free lunch when there is no one to
sponsor the Kiddush after services…
Everything has a cost and dues alone
aren’t enough.
Now, having fought my way
through the brambles of the initial research, I had justified the
value and costs in my mind. I
needed to find the balance of
what is fair and what is unreasonable. It was time to do some legwork and to find out what others
in our area are charging. I needed
to be able to justify to the Board
that, our congregants, are receiving
value based on the local comparable
rates. I had to make some phone calls
and e-mails to the main synagogues in
our area. I found that after I adjusted for
“What is included with our membership,” we actually ranked the second
least expensive. With the adjustment we
still kept our pricing on the low end of
our area. I made a couple of minor
tweaks based on my findings and what
the Membership Committee suggested
and was armed for the Board meeting
with my spreadsheet of research. I presented the ideas, tweaks and some research at the board meeting and we approved the 2015 Tiferet Israel Dues
Schedule. For most of you, that means
that dues are $1,800.00 a year for your
family. If you would like more specifics, please call me or Jennifer in the
office.
And They All Prayed Happily Ever
After!
David Bock
PS - Thank you to the members of
Tiferet Israel who donated over $700
and their time to Dallas Ramp Project in
order to supply a ramp to Dr. Marty
Weinberg! Great job, everyone!
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From Programming…
Chanukah was late this year –
as
opposed
to
“Thanksgivukkah” last year. I
hope that you all had a delightful
(pun intended) Chanukah. We had
a lovely enthusiastic record crowd
for our Annual Chanukah Dinner.
Everyone seemed to have a good
time, and there was certainly plenty
to eat. I said it at dinner and I will
say it again: “It’s a team effort and
thank you, thank you, thank you to
the volunteers who helped make dinner successful! You are the best!”
I know that Rabbi ran a wonderful
class on Chanukah, which was wellappreciated and well-attended. You
are some terrific teacher, Rabbi. I
have heard that you are already being petitioned for more classes on
the holidays as they come up. Rebbitzen Shirah also did a Chanukah
class at her December Shabbat with
Shirah program. She too has a
wealth of knowledge which she is
willing to share with us. Thank you
both for all you do to enrich our
knowledge!
So what’s coming up at Tiferet?
Well – on Sunday, January 11, we
have our Tiferet Fundraiser - a wonderful live Broadway performance,
preceded by cocktails and a seated
dinner. Hoo-hah – this is going to
be one terrific evening! I hope you
have made reservations and will be
there not just to support Tiferet, but
to have a delightful and elegant
evening out.
The Shivat Haminim are: wheat, barley, grapes (vines), figs, pomegranates, olives and dates. It is a wonderful evening for the family to share.
Additionally, the Joint Distribution
Committee will be giving a short
presentation on the work of their organization world-wide. I hope you
will all be there. Please mark your
calendars now and make your reservations to attend.
Our next book club will be on Tuesday, February 10. We will be talking about “Hiding in the Spotlight”
by Greg Dawson. This book is
about Greg’s mother, Zhanna Arshanskaya Dawson. She was a musical prodigy, born in the Ukraine
who, along with her sister, managed
to survive the Nazi occupation of her
country by performing classical
music for the Nazis, who never realized they were Jewish. The sisters
eventually made it to America after
the war. We will have the opportunity to hear her playing Chopin’s
Fantasy Impromptu – the one piece
of music she took with her when she
left her home. If you have a yen to
hear about a book, or just to join us
for an evening, know that you are
always welcome.
Please remember to inform the Shul
Office if you know of a new arrival
to a member, and conversely if a
member is not well, either at home
or in the hospital. We send cards
and visit those who are ill and try to
provide some assistance. If you
would like to be involved in the
mitzvah of Bikur Cholim, please
contact me. If you would like to join
the Chevra Kadisha, talk to Jeff
Schiller or to Laura Seymour – as
they head the men’s and women’s
groups respectively. Let us know if
you know of a loss that a member
has suffered. We send sympathy
cards and make shiva calls and provide the best support that we can.
Our “job” is to nurture and comfort
our members. Please help us by
keeping us informed
On Wednesday, February 25 the
congregation will host the members
of the Chevra Kadisha at our Annual
Chevra Kadisha Dinner. It is the
supreme act of Gemiluth Chesed loving kindness - to prepare those
who have passed away for burial.
The people involved are available
whenever they are needed to do this
in a loving and respectful way. This This is the place and we are the peois our way of saying "Thank You". ple! See YOU around at Tiferet!
Please do plan to attend and make
your reservations early.
If you have an idea for a program – B’Shalom,
On Friday, February 6 we will have
our Annual Tu B’Shevat Seder Dinner. This is the New Year of the
Trees. We will have a delicious
Shabbat Dinner and then Rabbi will
lead us in a Seder eating food made
from the Seven Species (Shivat
Haminim) described in the Bible as please come forward and let’s make
being abundant in the land of Israel. it happen. In the meantime – read
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your e-mail, check your mail, come
to our programs, and please bring
your friends along too. Thank you
to everyone who attends the programs, and a special thank you to
everybody who helps make it happen – you are great! Your help,
whenever and however we need it, is
greatly appreciated.
Sonia Meltzer
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From The Sisterhood…
y Hebrew school classes included Customs and Ceremonies. I
have absolutely no recollection
of anything taught in that class.
Somehow I feel that what I was
taught bore no resemblance to today’s
many customs
A custom is a traditional and widely
accepted way of behaving or doing
something that is specific to a particular society, place, or time. The Hebrew word for custom is minhag,
meaning to follow. And I suspect
some of these customs are followed
even when the original reason is lost.
This is a favorite of mine. There are
several versions on the Internet, so I
picked one. I hope it makes you
laugh – or at least smile.
A newly-wed husband noticed that
every time his wife cooked a pot roast
she would first cut an inch off either
end before putting it in the oven.
When he asked why, she said
“Because that’s how you are supposed to cook pot roast.” Unsatisfied
with her answer he pushed until she
admitted that she learned it from her
mother.
had to ask the wife’s grandmother.
When he finally got his chance he
asked: “Your granddaughter’s mother told me you taught her to cut an
inch off each end of a pot roast before
cooking. She swore it was a requirement, but I’m dying to know why? Is
there any sane reason to throw away
two inches of perfectly good meat in
order to cook a pot roast?!?”
Ashkenazim referred
to the Jews from
Germany and Northern France, but now
includes Jews from
Eastern and Central
Europe. Sephardim
Laughing, the grandmother said “Oh, refers to the Jews of
heaven’s no! You see in those days
Iberia and the Spanish Diaspora.
we were very poor and didn’t own
So how did we end up with different
much cookware. I cut the ends off the
customs? It’s fairly simple; my Ashpot roast so it would fit in my only
kenazi parents and my Ashkenazi inpan!”
laws didn’t eat rice on Pesach. So we
Some Jewish customs came from the have potatoes all week. Not so my
surrounding community, and when
Sephardi son-in-law. Some rabbis
these became too deeply rooted to be have fought to change this custom,
eradicated, the custom was incorpousually unsuccessfully.
rated into Jewish law. If you can’t
Frankly, I never saw this as a hardbeat them, join them. According to
ship and I love the “differentness” of
one article I found (and I know that
Pesach. I have a friend who won’t
not everything on the internet is true,
buy mayonnaise on Pesach because it
but it is interesting) breaking the glass
was not part of the food eaten on Peat a marriage ceremony was one such
sach when she was a child.
custom. German folk did this to trick
Naming a child is another difference;
demons into believing a catastrophe
Ashkenazim name after a deceased
rather than a celebration was taking
person and Sepharadim often name
place; the demons would then leave
the couple alone. The rabbis eventual- after a living person. It doesn’t end
ly accepted this custom with the Jew- there. Check your intended’s parents’
names before you plan the wedding.
ish interpretation that the couple
should be reminded of the destruction The bride should not have the same
name as her future mother-in-law and
of the Temple. OR, we can go back
the groom and his future father-into the Talmud (Brachot 30b) where
Mar, the son of Ravina, was making a law should not share a name. Oy
Vey!
wedding for his son. He broke a
glass to temper the overly joyful
Lack of time and space prevent me
guests. Then there are the spoilsports from listing all the other customs, but
who say the origins of breaking a
there are many more. Maybe another
glass at a wedding are unclear. And
time…
you should hear all the other explanations given.
Waiting until a visit with his wife’s
mother, the husband asked “Your
daughter tells me you taught her to
cook pot roast by first cutting an inch
off each end?” to which the mother
replied “Well of course, that’s how
pot roast is cooked.” But the husband
was not to be deterred, and after
pressing his mother-in-law on the
subject
she finally
admitted
that she’d
learned if
from her
Customs varied from country to
mother.
country, and many customs became
This
part of our lives because that was the
meant the way it was done. If anyone questions
husband
the way you do something, just say
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From Youth Program...
he turnout this year for the Chanukah Dinner was amazing! It truly shows how
many generations care about Tiferet. I loved getting to see new and old friends. We
played bingo and had 6 winners. They earned Amazon gift cards donated by a very generous member. We also decorated paper dreidels and foam menorahs. The older kids
helped out our new and younger friends with these crafts, and we learned the best way to make a paper
dreidel is by using the glue gun!
We will be having our 1st overnight on January 17th starting at 8 pm. This has been a request of our youth for
several years, and I can't wait to make it happen for them! We will be enjoying a movie with bedtime snacks.
We will have activities, as well as discussion time about the future. And the kids will be making themselves
breakfast in the morning before religious school starts. If you do not attend religious school, pickup time will
be between 9-9:30 am. Please bring sleeping bags & pillows ,as well as a change of clothes, teeth cleaning
products, and medicines for Sunday.
Rabbi Sabo and I will be hosting this event so elementary through high school aged children/teens are welcome, but we will need 2 over 18 year old adults, one female and one male, to stay overnight with us. They
can receive 12 hours of community service.
Please email or contact me with any questions or accommodations your child may need with regard to medications or food allergies.
Lisa Leventhal
Upcoming Events w/ Rabbi Sabo!
Teen Events
January 11 - Bowling 12:30 - 2:30 PM
January 18 - Movie and Pizza 2 - 4 PM
January 25 - “Life in a Cage” discussion
and making our own French Fry Feast
2:00 - 4:15 PM
*8th grade and older only
February 8 - Israeli Breakfast Club 10:30 AM - Noon
February 15 - Starbucks 1-3 PM (High School Only)
RSVP to [email protected]
February 22 - Perot Museum with Lisa
(time to be determined)
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Teen Minyan
January 10
January 24
February 7
February 21
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From Building and Grounds...
erving as Building and Grounds
Vice-President is both a pleasure and
an ongoing challenge. I have the opportunity to work with several members of the congregation who share
their talents and skills. The challenges are to maintain our facilities with
limited funds. Many projects are
completed through the interest and
generosity of members, some of
which I share below.
ed to be updated. Due to the efforts
of Hank Meltzer, we have added a
picture panel which should extend
beyond a decade.
Erv and I have chosen to enhance the
ark in the chapel in tribute to Reb
Yitzchak z”l and Miriam Malka. The
prochet (curtains) are a woven gold
textured fabric,
the Torahs lean
against a purple velvet panel and
lighting has been added. Our appreciation to Gina Tolmas, interior deWe no longer have the sign dating signer, who coordinated the project
from 1955 in the front of our build- with us.
ing. In its place is an impressive Building and grounds works hand in
granite signage. Beginning with a hand with the Security committee
committee’s concept, architects Ray- which is chaired by David Bock. We
mond Lambert and Stuart Roosth are fortunate to have his knowledge
worked on designs and plans until and interest in updating our system.
one was selected and they were in- Our thanks to Robin and David for
strumental in the construction plans providing the funding for new lightfor the signage. I had the pleasure of ing in our sanctuary, emergency exit
working with Israel Schechter of lights throughout the building and
Schechter Monument in the selection new magnetic closures on our west
of the granite and with Michael doors along with new glass doors
Malka’s who supervised the masonry that will not shatter if broken. David
work. Due to the generosity of our has brought us into the 21st century in
funders, Jennifer and Larry Glick, the area of security.
Robin and David Bock, and Mr. and
Mrs. Anonymous we now have The metal walkway on the south side
of the building is in need of much
proper signage for Tiferet Israel.
repair.
Michael
Malka’s firm, Creative Construction
Concepts, will be
contributing
the
power washing to
remove the flaking
paint and will repaint the metal so
that it looks like
new.
The past presidents wall on the west
side of Smith Foyer no longer had the
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Since
September
we have had trees
trimmed on all
three properties, work done on the
exhaust fans, water fountain repairs,
sprinklers heads replaced and repaired in both kitchens; the all-
purpose room has had a redo with the
removal of unwanted items, installing
a white board and painting a wall.
Some pot holes were repaired but
additional work is needed on the
driveways. Almost the entire Sukkah
was destroyed by a storm two days
prior to the holiday
and all
repairs were completed just in time.
Perhaps there is a project that may
interest you. Here is a short list –
replacement of the awning at the
West entrance - $5,000; Kitchen
equipment for both kitchens - $4,500;
Landscaping of shrubs and grass for
all the properties - $7,500; painting
Smith Foyer - $1,500; repair of the
Sukkah - $1,000; replacement of the
fence, and the addition of concrete
blocks to prevent cars from hitting the
fence at the Malka residence $6,500; replacement of the sanctuary
carpeting - $22,000; replacement of
Katz Hall Flooring - $24,000; garden
supplies and irrigation system $3,500.
Maintaining our synagogue is a team
effort which could not be accomplished without the overseeing of the
day-to-day management of the building by Jennifer. Thank you Jennifer
for your diligence in this area, as well
as working with Marta to ensure that
our facility is clean and well kept.
Shirley Rovinsky
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(Please Print)
5775 - 2015 Mishloach Manot Order Form
Your Name:_________________________________________________________
Address:______________________________________________Zip:__________
Home Phone:_______________________________Gate Access Code:___________
Email:_______________________________________________________________
Order Summary
“The Whole Megillah”
$224.00
$_____________
(Includes Religious School Staff, Office Staff, Custodial Staff & Youth Program Staff)
“Mitzvah” - # of [email protected] $9.00 each =
$_____________
(Your name included on the containers of members you select. We deliver)
Custodial Staff
Religious School Staff
Youth Program Staff
Office Staff
______Benjamin, Don
______ Bengio, Estrella
______ Kerner, Caprice
______Willis, Avertis
______ Hoffman, Kathleen
______ Yarger, Lyndee
______Menjivar, Marta
______ Sulski, Cheryl
______ Williams, Jennifer
“Chesed” - # of [email protected] $17.00 each =
______Leventhal, Lisa
______Sabo, Rabbi Meir
$_____________
(A personal container from just your family to another member’s family. We deliver.)
“Shlepper” - # of [email protected] $12.00 each =
$_____________
(Container(s) that you pick up and deliver yourself. Blank note included with each container.)
Total $_____________
Check is enclosed ___ Check # ________________
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Exp. Date _______ Security Code _________
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Signature ________________________________________________
Please include your payment with your order form
THANK YOU FOR YOUR ORDER!
ALL ORDERS ARE DUE BY Wednesday, January 28, 2015
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Now, if You Can...
Volunteer to Help Put the Containers
Together And/Or Deliver Them,
Please Let Us Know.
Name:_______________________ Phone:___________________
Email:________________________
□YES!
I can help you assemble containers on
Thursday, February 26, 2015 at 9:30 am.
□YES!
I can help you deliver containers on Sunday,
March 1, 2015.
Pick up your route between 9:30 am and 12:00 Noon
on Sunday, March 1, 2015.
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Megillah Readings
Wednesday, March 4 at 6:30 PM
Thursday, March 5 at 6:30 AM
Purim Carnival
Immediately Following Megillah Reading
Wednesday, March 4
Children’s Costume Parade ~ Bounce House
Obstacle Course ~ Fun Activities ~ Israeli Music
Iced Treats ~ Hamantaschen
Vashti’s Lounge
Immediately Following Megillah Reading
Wednesday, March 4
Live Entertainment
Adult Beverages & Nosherai
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Katz Hall Theater
Congregation Tiferet Israel
presents
The Sounds of Broadway
Walk the Red Carpet
Sunday, January 11, 2015
6:00 PM
Cocktails ♪ Dinner ♪ Show
Va’ad Supervised
Complimentary Valet Parking
honoring
at
Congregation Tiferet Israel
10909 Hillcrest Road
Dallas, Texas
Sponsorship opportunities for this exciting event are still available!
If you have any questions, contact [email protected]
or call 214-691-3611.
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J ANUARY 2015
Sun
Mon
Tue
Wed
Thu
1
10 Tevet
Fri
2
11 Tevet
Sat
3
12 Tevet
Office Closed
Office Closed
Fast Day
New Years Day
4
13 Tevet
Programming
Committee
MTG. 9:30 AM
5
14 Tevet
6
15 Tevet
7
16 Tevet
8
17 Tevet
Vayechi
9
18 Tevet
10
19 Tevet
Teen Minyan
10:30 AM
December
Board of
Directors Mtg.
6:15 PM
Shemot
11
20 Tevet
12
21 Tevet
13
22 Tevet
14
23 Tevet
15
24 Tevet
16
25 Tevet
Sounds of
Broadway
17
26 Tevet
Youth Sleepover
@ Tiferet
6:00 PM
8:00 PM
Teen Bowling
2-4 PM
18
27 Tevet
Va’era
19
28 Tevet
20
29 Tevet
21
1 Shevat
22
2 Shevat
23
3 Shevat
25
5 Shevat
4 Shevat
Teen Minyan
10:30 AM
Ed. & Youth
Comm. MTG.
9:30 AM
Teen Movie/
Pizza
2-4 PM
24
Executive
Meeting
6:15 PM
Martin Luther
King Day
26
6 Shevat
27
7 Shevat
Women’s
Minyan
10:30 AM
Rosh Chodesh
28
8 Shevat
Bo
29
9 Shevat
30
10 Shevat
31
11 Shevat
Shabbat w/ Shirah
Teen Program
French Fry Feast
2-4 PM
8th and up
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Mishloach
Manot Orders
Due
BOD Meeting
6:15 PM
Beshallach
Shabbat Shirah
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F EBRUARY 2015
Sun
1
12 Shevat
Mon
2
13 Shevat
Tue
3
14 Shevat
Wed
4
15 Shevat
Thu
5
16 Shevat
Fri
6
17 Shevat
Programming
Mtg. 9:30 AM
Sat
7
18 Shevat
Teen Minyan
10:30 AM
Tu B’Shevat
Dinner 6:30 PM
8
19 Shevat
9
20 Shevat
10
21 Shevat
11
22 Shevat
12
23 Shevat
13
24 Shevat
Yitro
14
25 Shevat
Teen Israeli
Breakfast Club
Tiferet Book
Club
7:30 PM
10:30 AM - Noon
15
26 Shevat
16
27 Shevat
17
28 Shevat
Mishpatim
Sukkot
18
29 Shevat
19
30 Shevat
Shabbat Shekalim
20
1 Adar
21
Women’s
Minyan
10:30 AM
Youth &
Ed. Mtg. 9:30
Sisterhood /
Brotherhood
Program
10:30 AM
22
3 Adar
2 Adar
Teen Minyan
10:30 AM
Executive
Meeting
7:15 PM
23
4 Adar
24
5 Adar
Rosh Chodesh Rosh Chodesh
25
6 Adar
26
7 Adar
27
8 Adar
Terumah
28
9 Adar
Ramp Building
Shabbat w/ Shirah
8:00 AM
Chevra Kadisha
Dinner
7 PM
Tetzaveh
Shabbat Zachor
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January 1
Jaime Hazan-Cohen
Joseph Tobolowsky
January 3
Paul Golden
Robin Teig
January 5
Jacob Teichman
January 6
Mark Lerman
Karen Nathan
Chad Davis
January 8
Alice Aronovich
Alexandra Lavi
January 18
Shirley Bayles
Faye Giller
Jeffery Whitman
January 19
William Roth
January 20
Deborah Frishman
Melissa Schachter
January 21
Diane Benjamin
January 22
Elaine Bock
Joram Wolanow
Naomi Singer
January 9
Debra Polsky
Aaron Liener
Caren Mandelbaum
Allen Mason
January 23
Jim Ayers
Mollie Mirsky
January 10
Dorothy Schwartz
Neal Stollon
January 26
Joanne Teichman
Tova Stolovitsky
January 11
Shula Lifshitz-Lavie
January 28
Sheldon Schepps
January 12
Leslie Schultz
Margaret Smith
January 29
Stephen Blend
January 13
Irene Robbins
January 14
Jacob Kline
January 15
Jaime Davidson
Chaim Domb
Steven Israel
January 16
Debra Ginchansky
January 17
F. Shirley Schwartz
Meira Sullum
January 24
Nelya Kisin
January 30
Benjamin Hoffman
Abby Pearson
January 31
Nancy Israel
Sara Rudick
Hyman Tolmas
Jacob Goldfine
Shayna Goldfine
January 13
Cyril & Cheryl Sulski
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January 14
Stephanie & Jim Ayers
Henri & Cecilia Hassouni
January 18
Warren & Kathrine Zahler
Your Birthday
& Your Anniversary
Are Big Deals with Us!
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We Gratefully Acknowledge Your Contributions
GENERAL FUND
IN MEMORY OF:
Dr. Lionel & Gloria Reiman
Jerry & Diane Benjamin - Anniversary
Dr. Lionel & Gloria Reiman
Reb Ytzhak Malka
Robyn
&
Richard
MIrsky—Anniversary
Marianne Gottlieb
Dr.
Lionel
& Gloria Reiman
Stephanie & Dan Prescott
Harry
&
Rozann
Herman
- Anniversary
Helen Bialolenki
Dr.
Hy
&
Connie
Tolmas
Marianne Gottlieb
Richard
&
Sara
Levine
Anniversary
Lorrie Frazin
Dr. Hy & Connie Tolmas
Fred Dunsky and
Dr. Aviva Hopkovitz-Dunsky Sheina Tolmas - Birthday
Julius Schwartz
Dr. Hy & Connie Tolmas
Dorothy Schwartz
Cara Tolmas - Birthday
Lena Schwartz
Dr. Hy & Connie Tolmas
Dorothy Schwartz
Bob Mason - Birthday
Marx Schwartz
Dr. Hy & Connie Tolmas
Dorothy Schwartz
Dr. Elliot Ginchansky - Birthday
Irving Schwartz
Dr. Hy & Connie Tolmas
Dorothy Schwartz
Ed Jerome - Birthday
Benjamin Shereshefsky
Dr. Hy & Connie Tolmas
Emanuel Sher
Dr. Gerald Friedman - Birthday
Israel Lifshitz
Dr. Lionel & Gloria Reiman
Leslie & Freddy Brotsky
Fred Dunsky - Birthday
Dr. Hy & Connie Tolmas
Dr. Lionel & Gloria Reiman
Oscar Tolmas
Ahron Katz - Birthday
Dr. Hy & Connie Tolmas
Dr. Lionel & Gloria Reiman
Harry Cohen
Harry Hermann - Birthday
Dr. Hy & Connie Tolmas
Dr. Lionel & Gloria Reiman
Linda Rubin
Joram & Carole Wolanow - Anniversary
Steven & Kerrie Wolfson
Dr. Lionel & Gloria Reiman
Yetta Stone
Jaime Hazan-Cohen - Birthday
Betty Stone
Dr. Lionel & Gloria Reiman
Heddy Roth - Birthday
Abram Bock
Dr. Lionel & Gloria Reiman
Alli Itzkowitz
Allen & Susan Luterman - Anniversary
Scharja Kopel
Dr. Lionel & Gloria Reiman
Marcia Terner-Kopel & Jaime Kopel
Dr. Lionel Reiman - Birthday
Dena Edelman
Jerry & Diane Benjamin
Marsha Ring
Terye & Ron Dubner
Nick Freidberg
MAZEL TOV:
Ronnie Freidberg
Idalee & Doug Cathcart - Marriage
Manny Marx
Dr.Lionel & Gloria Reiman
Brenda Dunn
Lorrie Frazin
Linda Rubin
David & Angela Weber
Dr. Lionel & Gloria Reiman
Nathan & Rachel Baum - Marriage
Israel Lavie
Katherine Krause & Warren Zahler
Dr. Lionel & Gloria Reiman
Bonnie & Jeff Whitman - Birth of Grandson
IN HONOR OF:
Stephanie & Dan Prescott
Warren & Rose Abrams—Anniversary
IN APPRECIATION:
Marianne Gottlieb
Tina Israel
Rosalie Budnoff
Andrea Roosth
Ed Jerome—Birthday
GET WELL WISHES:
Dr. Lionel & Gloria Reiman
Sonia Meltzer
David Bock - Birthday
Friedel Marx
Dr. Lionel & Gloria Reiman
Mindy Cohen
Rene & Robin Teig - Anniversary
Friedel Marx
Dr. Lionel & Gloria Reiman
GENERAL DONATION:
Warren Abrams - Birthday
Frank B. Smith
Barry & Nancy Sadicarios
RABBI’S DISCRETIONARY FUND
IN HONOR OF:
Rabbi Shawn Zell
Sara & Richard Levine
Haiya Naftali
Dr. Sondra Brumbelow
Dr. Lionel Reiman
Bernie Dworkin
Pauline Helfand
Hazel Byers - Birthday
Gerald Vaiser
IN MEMORY OF:
Israel Lifshitz
Roy & Helen Levin
Marie Garrison
Julius Fenyves
Dr. Steven Fenyves
Madelyn Wolfe
Sharon & Stephen Blend
Madelyn & Morris Wolf
Sharon & Stephen Blend
Blanch & Isadore Blend
Sharon & Stephen Blend
Manny Marx
Gerald Vaiser
SUNSHINE FUND
IN MEMORY OF:
Hal Waterman
Tillie Prengler
Israel Lifshitz
Esther & Jaime Hazan-Cohen
Sonia & Hank Meltzer
Linda Rubin
Esther & Jaime Hazan-Cohen
Bina, Chaim, & Michelle Domb
Reb Ytzhak Malka
Bina, Chaim, & Michelle Domb
Helen Bialolenki
Bina, Chaim, & Michelle Domb
Sylvia Scolnic
Bina, Chaim, & Michelle Domb
Mike Jacobs
Bina, Chaim, & Michelle Domb
Helen Jerome
Bina, Chaim, & Michelle Domb
Eugene Zale
Bina, Chaim, & Michelle Domb
IN HONOR OF:
Dr. Lionel Reiman - Birthday & Haf Torah
Sonia & Hank Meltzer
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FLORENCE & ESIR
TOBOLOWSKY EDUCATION FUND
IN MEMORY OF:
Bessie Skibell
Fay Schiff
Esir Tobolowsky
Mindy, Ted, Staci, & Farrell
Tobolowsky
Sylvan Tobolowsky
Mindy, Ted, Staci, & Farrell
Tobolowsky
IN HONOR:
Margaret Smith - 95th Birthday
Sara Pfeffer & Family
Peggy Tobolowsky
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL FUND
MAZEL TOV:
Jay & Emily Prengler - New baby Boy
Tillie Prengler
Jerry & Suzi Candy
STANLEY J. SHEPPS SCHOLARSHIP
FUND
IN MEMORY OF:
Leonard Nemser
Lynda Steinberg
INSCRIPTION IN PRAYERBOOK
IN MEMORY OF:
Jeanette Goldman
Bruce Schenkler
Doris Brahinsky
David Brahinsky
INSCRIPTION IN BIBLE
IN HONOR OF:
Dr. Lionel Reiman - 3rd Bar Mitzvah
Marcia & Jaime Kopel
YOUTH PROGRAMMING FUND
IN MEMORY OF:
Israel Lifshitz
Shirley & Erven Rovinsky
SARAH SOLTES FUND
IN MEMORY OF:
IN MEMORY OF:
Son of Pearl Freedman
Morris Rubin
Tillie Prengler
Morton Rachofsky
Sister of Eddie Sidenberg
Sarah
Soltes
Tillie Prengler
Morton Rachofsky
SADIE SAMUELSOHN BOOK FUND
FRIENDS OF MR. MALKA FUND
IN MEMORY OF:
IN MEMORY OF:
Helen Billig
Reb Ytzhak Malka
Jerry & Suzi Candy
Sara & Richard Levine
Barry Candy
From Youth and Education...
As most everyone already knows, I stepped down
from serving as Vice-President for Education and
Youth at the end of December, but I have not yet
had a chance to thank everyone for having given me
the opportunity to have been Vice-President. So,
many thanks to my fellow officers, the members of
the Education and Youth committee, as well as everyone at Tiferet, for all the support and help. It has
been a pleasure (despite my constant kvetching).
Over the last few years the Rabbi and our teachers,
Mrs. Hoffman, Mrs. Benjio and Mrs. Sulski have
worked hard to give our children the best possible
Jewish education in Dallas and they are doing an
even better job now under Mrs. Sulski as Principal.
Lisa Leventhal and Rabbi Sabo have created a great
youth program uniquely rich in activities, Yiddishkite and Jewish content. We are even looking forward to our first scholar-in-residence in many years
this spring.
So, since we now have a great staff and a solid
committee working hard to keep things going, I can
finally bow out. May we go from strength to
strength and again thank you all for letting me be a
part of Tiferet.
Dr. Steven Goldfine
Opportunities to Honor People
Tiferet Israel has many opportunities for you to memorialize loved ones, honor others as they reach milestones, or
show much they mean to you. The following are several ways to offer meaningful acknowledgement of those
significant in your life, while supporting Tiferet Israel:
Bible Fund — Dedicate a Chumash in honor of someone, or
as a memorial. A dedication sticker will be placed in the
Chumash with your name, as well as the person you are honoring or memorializing.
Building Fund — Support the upkeep and improvement of
the Tiferet Israel building.
Community Garden Fund — Support the continuing
success and “growth” of the TIKVA Tiferet Community Garden.
General Fund — Support the operations, programming,
expenses and upkeep of Tiferet Israel.
Prayerbook Fund — Dedicate a Siddur in honor of someone, or as a memorial. A dedication sticker will be placed in the
Siddur with your name, as well as the person you are honoring
or memorializing.
Rabbi’s Discretionary Fund — The Rabbi uses these
funds at his discretion for assisting those in need or special
programs.
Religious School—Support our Religious School Program.
Religious School Scholarship Funds:
Boruch Frishman Scholarship Fund
Florence & Esir Tobolowsky Education Fund
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Mort Robin Scholarship Fund
Sarah Soltes Scholarship Fund
Stanley J. Schepps Scholarship Fund
Sadie Samuelsohn Book Fund — Support the library and
book-related needs.
Sunshine Fund — Funds provide Shiva trays to homes of
mourning, flowers for new mothers, simcha greetings, and visitation of the sick.
The Tree of Life — Purchase a leaf for $125 to honor someone or to memorialize a loved one.
Yahrzeit Plaques — Add a plaque to the Tiferet Memorial
Wall in memory of a loved one. Each year on your loved one’s
yahrzeit date, we illuminate the light beside their plaque in their
memory. Cost is $365.
Youth Programming Fund - Support programming for
Tiferet Youth and Youth Rabbi Events.
Leave a Jewish Legacy with an endowment gift to Tiferet Israel.
Not sure how best to proceed?
Contact the office for suggestions and assistance.
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January 2014 Yahrzeits
1 January – 10 Tevet
Abraham Kuntz
Antonia Kuntz
Ari Kuntz
Meir Kuntz
Tzvia Kuntz
Libche Marcus
Manfred Marx
Betty Sapozhnikov
Colman Sapozhnikov
Ethel Sapozhnikov
Malka Sapozhnikov
Rebecca Sapozhnikov
Zunya Sapozhnikov
David Joshua Schacket
Herbert Schmidt
Abraham Stoller
Augusta Whitman
2 January — 11 Tevet
Ronald Eisen
3 January — 12 Tevet
Elizabeth Diane Bernstein
Lottie Glazer
4 January — 13 Tevet
Joe Pincus
5 January — 14 Tevet
Harry Cohen
Gertrude Frankel
Bernard Gerson
Scharja Kopel
6 January — 15 Tevet
Kurt Benjamin
Harry J. Meyers
Albert Schwartz
Harry Sigel
Ethel Silvermnan
7 January — 16 Tevet
Monnie Goltz
Abraham Kleinman
Rose Wald
8 January — 17 Tevet
Helen Ballas
Minnie Greenberg
Sam Lee Nelson
Rebecca Smith
9 January — 18 Tevet
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Jennie Feiner
10 January — 19 Tevet
Ben Glazer
Jennie Kaufman
William Rosen
11 December — 20 Tevet
Abram Bock
Stella G. Kiker
Ken Kless
Morris Rosen
12 January — 21 Tevet
Doris Brahinsky
Masha Tobolowsky
13 January — 22 Tevet
Phoebe Brandt
Morris Goldman
Milton Goldrich
Mindel Katz
Esther Lynn
Masha Minor
Mike Rovinsky
Lillian Weiner
14 January — 23 Tevet
Elton Soltes
15 January — 24 Tevet
Esther W. Balaban
Dr. Irving Brodsky
Nick Freidberg
Morris Rubin
Sam Tobolowsky
16 January — 25 Tevet
Harry Goldblatt
Simon Leven
Bessie Smith
17 January — 26 Tevet
Bassja Benjamin
Josephine Candy Eglit
Manya Kriner
Sandford Sheridan Schwaber
18 January – 27 Tevet
Anna Clark
Irene Ferezy
Abe Louis Gastman
Ida Lebowitz
Sarah Soltes
Berte Wax
Harold Wolf
Sarah Wolfe
19 January — 28 Tevet
Samuel Einhorn
Harvey Sanford Fields
Zena Friedberg
Lillian Skibell
Abe Weingarten
20 January — 29 Tevet
Kenneth Allen Golden
Alfred E. Serber
21 January — 1 Shevat
Rakhil Leybman
22 January — 2 Shevat
Ann Lynn
Sam Schwartz
Abraham B. Tobolowsky
23 January — 3 Shevat
Estelle Sophie Herman
24 January — 4 Shevat
William Gans
Ida Goldstein
Bina Becky Katz
Michael David Miller
25 January — 5 Shevat
Alta Ablon
Barbara Inez Borin
Anita Glick
Solomon Moses
Tillie Segal
26 January — 6 Shevat
Julius Itzkowitz
Sarah Kaplan
Anna Romotsky
27 January — 7 Shevat
Eli Baker
Esther T. Golman
Marcos Hazan-Cohen Sr.
Dorothy Leah Katzoff
Ben Lebowitz
Ruth Nelson
Genendal Soltes
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January 2015 Yahrzeits Continued
28 January — 8 Shevat
Nathan Baum
Leah Kreydelman
Murry Kuntz
Lee Mirowitz
Fannie Rachel Summer
29 January — 9 Shevat
Ray Kuntz Lenchner
Beckie S. Rothman
30 January — 10 Shevat
Mac Agress
Bernie Alter
Lottie Brenner
Lillie G. Fishkind
Cantor David Teig
31 January — 11 Shevat
Gertie Cohn
Sylvan Goldstein
Betty Greenberg
Gershon Katz
Ruth Natinsky
Sol Prengler
Julius Scolnic
Women's Minyan
Join us on January 24 for Women’s Minyan,
led by Ilana Pomeranz, in the large sanctuary at 10:00 AM.
Join us each month for a Women’s Minyan on the Shabbat closest to
Rosh Chodesh.
If you have any questions please contact the office.
From the Sunshine Society...
Mazel tov to Dr. Jeff and Bonnie Whitman on the arrival of their grandson, Dylan. May he
be a source of mazel and brachah to all who know and love him.
Mazel tov to Friedel Marx on the arrival of her great grandson. May he be a source to mazel and brachah to
all who know and love him.
Our sympathies to Dr. Sam Lifshitz-Lavie and his family on the passing of his father, Israel Lifshitz. May
the family have many good memories to comfort them now and to enjoy in the future.
Our sympathies to Daniel Rubin and his family, on the passing of his mother Linda Rubin. May the family
have many good memories to comfort them now and to enjoy in the future.
Our sympathies to Mark Kreditor and his family on the passing of his father, Larry Kreditor. May the family
have many good memories to comfort them now and to enjoy in the future.
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Celebrate Family Milestones...
Memorialize Loved Ones…
Honor Special Friends…
Purchasing a leaf on the Tree of Life
is a wonderful way
to leave a lasting mark at Tiferet!
Leaves are only $125
and can include up to 3 lines of text,
50 letters per line.
Call the office for more information
and to order a leaf today!
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Schedule of Services - January 2015
DAILY SERVICE TIMES
MINCHA/MA’ARIV
SHACHARIT
Time
Latest Time
for Shema
Week Of:
Time
Sunday
8:00 AM
10:30 AM
December 28 - January 1
5:15 PM
Monday-Friday
6:30 AM
10:28 AM
January 4 - January 8
5:20 PM
Shabbat
9:00 AM
10:26 AM
January 11 - January 15
5:25 PM
10:24 AM
January 18 - January 22
5:35 PM
10:20 AM
January 25 - January 29
5:40 PM
Days
*Morning Service on
National Holidays:
8:00 AM
FRIDAY & SHABBAT SERVICE TIMES
Shabbat
Friday Night
Shabbat
Parsha
Candle
Lighting
January 3
Vayechi
5:14 PM
5:00 PM
4:40 PM
6:15 PM
January 10
Shemot
5:20 PM
5:00 PM
4:55 PM
6:20 PM
January 17
Va’era
5:26 PM
5:00 PM
4:50 PM
6:30 PM
January 24
Bo
5:33 PM
5:00 PM
5:00 PM
6:35 PM
January 31
Beshallach
5:39 PM
5:00 PM
5:10 PM
6:40 PM
Beginning
Mincha/Ma’ariv Mincha/Ma’ariv
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(USPS 422-060) Periodicals Postage Paid at
Dallas, Texas
Rosh Chodesh:
Wednesday,
January 21
Volume XXIII, Issue 1
Published monthly by
Tiferet Israel Congregation
10909 Hillcrest Road, Dallas, TX 75230
www.tiferetisrael.org
Telephone: (214) 691-3611 Fax: (214) 361-0011
Shabbat
Ends
Shawn B. Zell, Rabbi
Warren Abrams, President
POSTMASTER
send address changes to:
Tiferet Israel Congregation
10909 Hillcrest Road
Dallas, TX 75230
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NONPROFIT
ORGANIZATION
TIFERET ISRAEL
U.S. POSTAGE
10909 HILLCREST RD.
PAID
DALLAS, TX 75230
DALLAS TX
PERMIT NO. 657
Phone: 214-691-3611
Fax: 214-361-0011
You may dial “0” to reach the secretary or dial
the following extensions:
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Ext. 5
Lyndee Yarger, Secretary
Ext. 0
Caprice Kerner, Accounting
Ext. 3
Jennifer Williams, Office Mgr.
Ext. 2
Or Current Resident
www.tiferetisrael.org
Weekly Ongoing Programs
Saturday
• Childcare— 10 a.m. until the end of services
• Junior Congregation - Multi purpose room 10:45-11:45 a.m.- all ages welcome
• Imparting the Parsha—8:15 AM—9:00 AM Every Shabbat morning with Rabbi Zell
• Seuda Shlishit—Lively discussions and a light meal between Mincha & Ma’ariv
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