Yom Kippur – October 7-8, 2011

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YISE Shabbos Yom Kippur Shorts

Shabbos, Oct. 7 – Oct. 8, 2011

Yom Kippur 10 Tishrei, 5772 Light Candles by 6:23pm

Friday Mincha 3:00pm

Light Candles 6:23pm

Kol Nidre 6:25pm

Shacharis 8:00am

Yizkor – Not before 11:00am

Yom Kippur/Shabbos Ends 7:20pm


Adina & Fred Friedman on the birth of a grandson, Baruch Menachem, to their children Devorah & Shmuel Friedman of Baltimore. Mazal Tov also to the aunts and uncles, Moshe, Laia, Rena and Aaron.

Marla & Marty Teichman on the engagement of their grandson, Yehoshua Dov, son of Randee & Rabbi Menashe Goldberger of Atlanta to Puah, daughter of Shalvah & Rabbi Noach Shafran of Baltimore.

Cindy & Bob Gerstl on the birth of a grandson, Daniel Asher, to their children Naomi & Seth Charnow of New York and to the brothers, Joseph & Benjamin.

Erica & Barry Kolatch on the birth of a granddaughter, Alana Malka, on the first day of Rosh Hashanah. Mazal tov to the parents, Naomi & Mark Marcus of Somerville, MA, and the rest of the Kolatch family.

Bruchim Habaim

We welcome our new members, who were approved at a recent YISE Board of Directors meeting: Yael & Rabbi Dr. Daniel Aldrich; Aviva &. Morris Fischer; Dr. Emily & Todd Friedman; Lauren & Alex Nizhnikov; Liora & Naftali Quartey; Elkie & Howard Reichman; Aleksandra & Alexander Shnaidman; Helen & Seth Shulman; Sarah & Richard Weiss.

HaShomer Update – By now, you should have received your HaShomer and we know that you haven't. The shul mailed them on September 22 at the Shady Grove Bulk Mail Postal facility, as we have done in the past. When they failed to appear in mailboxes, the YISE office contacted the Post Office. The Postal Service confirms we mailed them, but they don't know where they are. The Postal Service is looking and once they find them, they will deliver your copy as soon as they can. We apologize for the inconvenience and thank you for your understanding and patience.

Sukkah Builders needed! If you are available to build the Shul Sukkah on Sunday Oct. 9, be here at 9:15am, ready to work! An Allen wrench appropriate for fence post connectors would be helpful. For information call Stuart Cohen, 301-649-1723.

Lulav & Esrog Pickup – All those who ordered through YISE please remember to pick up your set from Eli Chai, next to Shalom Kosher Mkt. Hours Sunday through Tuesday 8am – 8pm; Wednesday 8am – 2pm.

New Shiurim

Rabbi Rosenbaum will begin giving a class in Tehillim, Wednesday mornings at 11am, after the Yomim Tovim.

Beginning Oct. 30, Rabbi Rosenbaum will lead a study group for women based on the mussar (spiritual self-improvement) work "Alei Shur" by Rav Wolbe. The group will meet at YISE Sunday mornings at 9:30am. For further information contact Esti Zemelman, 301-649-4485.


Rabbi Moshe Arzouan's Wednesday night advanced Gemara shiur for men at University Blvd. after Maariv will resume after Succos.

Rabbi Rosenbaum's Gemara shiur for men, Tuesday and Friday mornings, will resume after Succos.

Rabbi Rosenbaum's Sunday night shiur for men in Mishna Brurah meets at his home. For more information contact jobstfeld@yise.org.

Rabbi Rosenbaum's Wednesday night Women's shiur , which meets at 8pm in the Arcola Social Hall, will resume October 26, after the Yom Tovim.

Be inspired by Linas Hatzedek… Sunday mornings, 9:30am, in the Beis Medrash following the 8:45am Shacharis.

Yesodei Hatorah (Gemara Basics) will resume after Succos.


R' Pinchas Werner – 8:15am Shiur will resume Oct. 22.

Rabbi David Hyatt – Gemara Shiur will resume Oct. 22.

Rabbi Moshe Arzouan – Shiur after Sephardi Musaf will resume after Yom Kippur.

Rabbi William Millen – Gemara Shiur will resume Oct. 22.

Rabbi Yehoshua Levy – Shiur will resume after Yom Kippur.

Rabbi Amram Hes – Parsha shiur will resume Shabbos Breishis, Oct. 22.

Rabbi Rosenbaum – Shabbos afternoon class for boys will resume Shabbos Chol Hamoed, Oct. 15.

Mrs. Yocheved Arzouan – Shiur will resume after Yom Kippur.

Be Safe while Walking at Night – YISE Youth Committee now has reflective belts available for sale, at the price of $9 per belt or 3 belts for $25. To purchase your belt or for more information, contact Michael Ravin, 301-681-0233 or michaeleravin@yahoo.com. Program profits benefit YISE Youth Programs.

YISE Sisterhood seeks sponsors to subsidize the festive Simchas Torah kiddushim it annually provides at both the Arcola and University Blvd. branches of YISE. Sponsorships for these kiddushim can be made in honor of loved ones or upcoming simchas, in commemoration of yahrtzeits, or to simply show appreciation for the YISE community and YISE Sisterhood. Any sponsorship amount is greatly appreciated as costs for these "free" kiddushim are high and no "admission" is charged! Sponsorship checks should be made out to YISE Sisterhood and sent to Hedy Bauman, 1131 University Blvd. W., #610, Silver Spring, MD 20902 or email AChlewicki@yise.org to pledge a donation. Sponsors will be publicly acknowledged (unless otherwise noted). Additionally, YISE Sisterhood is seeking volunteers to assist with setting up and cleaning up the Simchas Torah kiddushim. Please contact AChlewicki@yise.org if you can volunteer. Tizku L'mitzvot and Chag Sameach from the YISE Sisterhood!

Thank you to the anonymous volunteer who helped us prepare for Yom Tov by cleaning all the Shul's silver.
Thank you from Jonathan Bart – Thanks to all those shul members who were concerned about me during my recent illness. I want to particularly thank Susan & Saul Koss, and their granddaughter Bracha Bart. All three came to visit me very soon after Shabbos was over, and I am very appreciative that they did. Baruch Hashem, I am OK. G'mar Chatemah Tov to everyone.


Sukkah Hop – YISE Youth Department's Annual Sukkah Hop! All parents and children K-6th grade are encouraged to join us for this year's exciting Sukkah Hop! Please join us on Thursday October 13th, at 4:00 pm at the YISE Arcola Sukkah to begin our journey, Rain or Shine. Come ready for delicious treats and lots of fun!

Simchas Torah – The Simchas Torah Family Extravaganza will take place on Oct. 20. Join us for exciting singing, dancing, and delicious treats for the kids, and a special Kiddush provided by the Youth Department! For more details or sponsorship opportunities please contact alitwack@YISE.org.


Women's Daytime Tehillim new day & new time, Wednesdays, 10:30-11:30am. Contact Arleeta Lerner for details, 301-649-0552.

Can't afford a Lulav/Etrog? If you, or someone you know, can't afford a lulav/etrog, the Yehudah Mond Foundation will give you a set. Contact Rabbi Moshe Arzouan, 301-905-2937.

The Franco Foundation and the High Holy Days – The Franco Foundation is an important part of our community's safety net for individuals and families unable to face emergencies and pay for basic needs. Please send your generous tax-deductible donation to the Franco Foundation c/o Allan Franco, 613 Bromley St., Silver Spring 20902. You can also refer cases to thefrancofoundation@gmail.com.

The Annual Coat Drive continues – New and lightly worn coats you aren't using are welcome, as are hats and gloves. Unfortunately there are people who need our help. Contact Adam Bashein to arrange coat pick up. 301-943-4370 or adambashein@mris.com.

LinkedIn for Advanced Users – For those who have created a profile and want to broaden their profile and connections. Wednesday, Oct. 12, 1-2:30pm, 200 Wood Hill Road, Rockville. Sponsored by JSSA. Register (required) at http://linkedintwo10-11.eventbrite.com/.

Career Gateway for Mid-life and Older Workers – Starting Oct. 17, JCA offers five 6-hour classes over 2 weeks, covering networking, resumes, and interview skills. Classes are held at 12320 Parklawn Drive, Rockville.

Senior Beacon 12th Annual 50+ Expo – Hold the Date, Sunday, Nov. 6, White Flint Mall, N. Bethesda. Exhibitors include: Banks & Investor Services; Estate Planners; Elderlaw Attorneys; Reverse Mortgage Specialists ; Hospitals, Physicians & Health ; Professionals; Home Care Agencies; Housing Providers & Retirement Communities; Home Improvement and Design/Build Companies; Tour Providers and Tourism Agencies; Entertainment Venues; Nonprofit Organizations ; Local/State/Federal Government Agencies… and more!

Borrowing a Wheelchair for Yom Tov – You may borrow wheelchairs from Bikur Cholim of Greater Washington, by calling 202-331-4481. Press 1 for the equipment line.

Bamboo & green branches available for Schach Monday in front of 809 N. Belgrade Rd.


Monday, Oct. 10 – Becker Disposables, 2pm-6pm, YISE downstairs lobby

High Holy Days thanks to these people who helped set up for the Minyanim at University Blvd.; Arcola Belonofsky Sanctuary, Social Hall and Sephardi Minyan; and Nusach Sefard at the Yeshiva: Alan Baldinger, Adam Blitzstein, Harry Felsen, Nat Franco, Steve & Miriam Friedman with Matan, Edan & Merav, Lev Friedman, Raphael Ginsburg, Yale Ginsburg with Daniel, Jesse Kahane, Aryeh Kanal, Eli & Lisa Landy with Amitai & Leora, Ofer Levi, Ranee Lewison with Ariella Ahdut, Yaakov Lipman with Naphtali, Moshe Mehlman with Yehudah, David Mordechai, Louis Morris, Sid Meyers, Josh Rokach, Yehudah Shinensky with Dovid, Nino Srour with Merric, Yitz Stokes, Sasha Stokes, Todd Sukol, Hillel Weiss and Galina Zlatina. And a special thanks to Stuart Cohen for, again, repairing mechitzas.
Kashrut Alerts

– Most of the Entenmann's products sold in the United States bear an OU -D certification. However, there has recently been some distribution of some Entenmann's products in the United States that have a KDM certification from Mexico. The KDM certification on Entenmann's products is unauthorized. Buyers should be diligent in checking each label of Entenmann's products before making any purchase.

– Glory Foods Black Eyed Peas (canned), bears an unauthorized Star-K symbol. The product is not certified by Star-K and contains dairy ingredients. Corrective measures are being taken.

-Golan Dried Fruit, 1496 Coney Island Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11230 – The Star-K / Star-D Certification on Golan Dried Fruit has been terminated. Any Star-K / Star-D symbol on any repack Golan dried fruit, confectionery items, candy, etc. is unauthorized.


MORNING SERVICES (Oct. 9 – Oct. 15)

Univ. Arcola Sephardi (korbanot)

Sunday 8:00am 6:30/7:30/8:45am 7:30am "

Monday 6:15am 6:45/7:35/8:30am 6:05am "

Tues/Wed. 6:30am 6:55/7:35/8:30am 6:10am "

Thurs/Fri/Sat 8:30am 7:00/7:00/8:00/8:45am 8:00am "

AFTERNOON SERVICES Mincha -Maariv (Oct. 9 – Oct. 11)

Sunday – Tuesday – Arcola & University 6:25pm

HALACHIC TIMES (Oct. 9 – Oct. 15)

Talis & Tefillin 6:25am

Krias Sh'ma 10:03am

Mincha (Earliest) 1:26pm

For complete Yom Tov davening times, please see the Tishrei Times page

Next Shabbos Shorts Deadline: Monday, Oct. 10 at 12 Noon.

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Office Phone: 301-593-4465 Office Fax: 301-593-2330

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Office Hours: Monday – Tuesday 9am-5pm Wednesday 9am-3pm

Closed Thursday & Friday for Succos

Rabbi Dovid Rosenbaum Rabbi Gedaliah Anemer, zt”l

David Mazel – President Alan Zimmerman – Executive Director