During the Holocaust Memorial Service, Harry Sweet played a soulful violin piece in memory of his Uncle Chaim; Hannah Damon and Yarden Sussman each lit a candle for the children and The Reverend Matthew Querns of the Walden Methodist Church lit a candle in memory of the heroes who saved Jewish lives.
Registration for the Torah School is now open! Classes are held on Sunday mornings and each class runs for three hours. Our program is designed to help the students learn Hebrew, understand our celebrations and participate in our services. Please contact Nava at (845) 778-7374 for more details.
On Memorial Day, several of you joined us at our cemetery on Route 52 to honor our veterans. Sam Liebman, once again arranged for an honor guard from the American Legion. Flags were in place at the graves of our veterans,
A guy wanders into an expensive gift store seeking the "perfect" gift for his mother-in-law. As he checks out the selection he can't help but overhear the boss berating a new employee who'd just smashed an extremely expensive china vase.
Volunteers are needed to provide transportation to and from occasional services and special events at Congregation Beth Hillel from the Scotchtown area. One of our long-time members is no longer able to drive and would like to participate in synagogue events.