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  • REFU’AH SHELEIMAH YAHRTZEITS

    May 30—7 Sivan Mrs. Clare Schecter Chaya bas Moshe Grandmother of Jill Jackeri Mainzer Mr. Nathan Silverman Grandfather of Kevin Cranman May 31—8 Sivan Mrs. Lillie Garber Laika bas Nachum Aunt of Jay Rosenheck June 4—12 Sivan Mrs. Noretta Rosenthal Nechama bas Dovid Grandmother of Julie Rice

    Chana Rachel bas Leah Naomi Niece of Susan Krohn Gabrielle Chava bat Perel Cousin of Linda Czuper Rella bas Dena Mother of Saul Sloman David ben Shayna Hindy Father of Gary Lips Golda bas SRifka Mother of Eric Medwed, Sister of Elaine Brasch Tuvia Shabsai ben Faiga Terry Tenenbaum Porat Yosef ben Shira Rachel, Relative of Amanda Bunder Margalit bas Sarah Margalit Abramson Reuven ben Rochel Great grandson of Arlene and Arnold Coleman & nephew of Elayne and Ronen Gabbai Chana bas Frada Bunnie Taratoot Zhenya bas Basya Mother of Ella Pinkhasov and Alex Pindrik Avush ben Dena Rus Brother of Susan Krohn David Michael ben Rachel David Tillem, son of Arthur and Roni Tillem, grandson of Loretta Love

    Zeev ben Larisa Friend of Raya and Artur Pinkhasov David Shlomo ben Itka, Father of Sheila Cranman Sima bat Chana Mother of Araksi Resenson Inna bas Leah Inna Turney, aunt of Amira Nachman Freyda Bayla bas Shayna Shula Mother of Sheila Cranman Reuven Zander ben Rachel Cousin of Bruce Barron Menachem Mendel ben Leah Mel Drukman Aria bat Reut Infant daughter of Reut and Tom Avisar Avraham ben Gerti Relative of Linda Czuper Leibe Hershel ben Itka Uncle of Sheila Cranman Naomi Matilda bas Rachel Daughter of Avi and Rachel Gallen Hadassah bat Osnat Mother of Raya Pinkhasov

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    SHABBOS SHAVUOS 2nd Day Yom Tov /Shabbos

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  • GENERAL FUND Terry and Jan Tenenbaum In honor of Terry's chavrusas, Rabbi Daniel Estriecher of 45 years and Binyomin Pearlman of 4 years. Danny and Melanie Frank In honor of the birth of their daughter Shimra Faiga Mordechai and Golda Lea Guterman In honor of the birth of their son Marina Sirota In memory Mr. Mutsuji Ishigami, beloved father of Junko Horvath Miriam and David Ziskind In appreciation of everyone involved in the mobile Lag B'omer celebration! Kevin and Sheila Cranman In honor of Pace Kaplan becoming a bar mitzvah Jay and Susan Rosenheck In honor of Pace Kaplan becoming a bar mitzvah Terry and Jan Tenenbaum In honor of Pace Kaplan becoming a bar mitzvah David and Miriam Karsh In honor of the engagement of Scott Italiaander and Leah Coffill. Terry and Jan Tenenbaum In honor of the engagement of Scott Italiaander and Leah Coffill. Joey and Carla Hotz In honor of the engagement of Scott Italiaander and Leah Coffill. Joey and Carla Hotz In honor of the engagement of YoYo Friedman and Hadasa Florans Chaim Simcha and Margalit Abramson In memory of Charlotte Sherman, beloved mother of Sydne Cooper Chaim Simcha and Margalit Abramson In memory of John Bente, beloved father of Michla Irby Miriam and David Ziskind In memory of Max Bogner z”l, beloved father of Shoshana Stiefel. Harold and Lora Schroeder In memory of Melvin Filreis z"l, beloved father of Stephen Filreis Harold and Lora Schroeder In memory of Mr. Mutsuji Ishigami, beloved father of Junko Horvath Dennis and Marsha Yaschik In memory of Mr. Mutsuji Ishigami, beloved father of Junko Horvath Harold and Lora Schroeder In the merit of refuah shlema for Harold Kravan, brother of Susan Krohn Harold and Lora Schroeder Mazel Tov! To all of the Graduates!

    BETTY GOODFRIEND CHESED FUND Kim and Dan Cohen In honor of the birth of a baby boy to Mordechai and Golda Lea Guterman

    IN HONOR OF THE BIRTH OF A BABY GIRL TO MELANIE AND DANNY FRANK Dan & Kim Cohen | Carla & Joey Hotz | Chaim Simcha & Margalit Abramson | Bruce & Diane Barron | Terry & Jan Tenenbaum | Andrew & Dara Grant | Charlotte & Elliott Rich | Randy & Cory Shaw

    IN MEMORY OF MIRIAM BAS YECHEZKEL Z”L, BELOVED MOTHER OF MIKE CHEN Tzali & Gila Decker | Richard & Susan Krohn | Kevin & Sheila Cranman | Chaim Simcha & Margalit Abramson | Marc & Rita Lor | Mark & Rasa Teytel | Kim & Dan Cohen | Robyn & Allan Regenbaum | Miriam & David Ziskind | Natalie & Joel Sokol | Charlotte & Elliott Rich | Harold & Lora Schroeder | Terry & Jan Tenenbaum | Randy & Cory Shaw

    SHABBOS SERVICE TIMES

    May 29th - Erev Shabbos (Friday) Mincha 7:00pm Early Candle Lighting 7:12pm Latest Candle Lighting 8:23pm

    From pre-existing candle May 30th- Shabbos Day Mincha 8:00pm Shabbos Ends 9:26pm

    WEEKDAY SERVICE TIMES

    Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday

    Shacharis 7:30am

    Sunday–Thursday

    Mincha/Maariv 8:35pm

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    SCHEDULE OF SERVICES

    Thursday May 28th Mincha 8:30 PM

    Friday May 29th Shacharis 5:30 AM Mincha 7:00 PM

    Shabbos Day May 30th Shacharis 8:00 AM Mincha 8:00 PM

    CANDLE LIGHTING TIMES

    Thursday May 28th 8:23 PM

    If later, light from an existing flame

    Friday May 29th Light from existing flame No earlier than 7:12 PM No later than 8:23 PM

    SHABBOS/YOMTOV ENDS Saturday 9:26 PM

    YIZKOR Shabbos/Shavuos 2nd Day 9:30 AM

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  • THANK YOU TO OUR BULLETIN AND E MAIL SPONSORS! Miriam and David Ziskind in honor of their wedding anniversary. Mazeltov!

    THANK YOU To Laura Drukman for continuing to show love for our holy objects by cleaning the holy spaces and objects in our sanctuary in honor of Yomtov . This is a beautiful mitzvah which Laura undertakes diligently several times a year.

    ANNUAL MEETING This week Sunday May 31st 5:30 PM at the shul. Come honor our outgoing members and install our new board! A link to view the meeting on zoom will be sent out via e mail.

    PLASMA AND BLOOD DRIVE AT ARIEL There will be two upcoming blood drives at Ariel, next week Monday June 1st and Tuesday June 2nd. 12 NOON to 7 PM. Pre-registration required. www.gaplasma.org

    PLEDGE TZEDAKAH FOR YIZKOR ON SHAVUOS On Shabbos, 2nd day of Shavuos, we will recite Yizkor for our loved ones. It is customary to pledge tzedakah as part of the Yizkor prayer. Click Here to make your pledge. (www.congariel.org/payment.php)

    MAKE AN ERUV TAVSHILIN This year Shabbos follows the first day of Yomtov. In order to prepare food on Friday for Shabbos, you must make an Eruv Tavshilin on the afternoon of Thursday May 28th before the start of Yomtov. To make an Eruv Tavshilin, take a hard boiled egg and a

    piece of matza. Hold them in your right hand, and recite the bracha on page 654 of your Art Scroll siddur, followed by the declaration at the bottom of the page that with this eruv you are permitted to prepare on Yomtov for Shabbos.

    HAPPY BIRTHDAY Chaya Freitag, Alexandre Krakow, Alla Spivak, Asher Horovitz, Aaron Taratoot, Michael Istakhorov

    HAPPY ANNIVERSARY Steve & Pearl Schaikewitz, Danny & Melanie Frank

    FASCINATING FACTS IN JEWISH HISTORY

    When the Jewish world discovered the Ethiopian Jews, it was no surprise that their observances differed from normative Judaism. The Ethiopians had been isolated for centuries and were therefore ignorant of all the developments of Jewish history and Rabbinical decrees. Therefore they were ignorant of the holidays of Chanukah and Pu- rim and had never heard of observances like lighting candles on Friday night or making Kiddush over a cup of wine. Some of their observances were much more curious. One was the fact that while the Jewish world observes Shavuos on the 6th day of Sivan, the Ethiopian Jews observed Shavuos on the 12th of Sivan. A little investigation into this anomaly can be very in- structive.

    Even though Shavuos is the only holiday whose exact date is not given in the Torah, one would think that fixing the calendar date of Shavuos would still be relatively easy. On the 2nd day of Pesach, 16 Nissan, we begin to count the 49 days of the Omer. At the end of the counting of seven weeks we are commanded to observe Shavuos. Day 50, Sivan 6 is Shavuos. Where is there room for confusion? The problem lies in the Torah’s wording of the commandment to count the Omer. The Torah states “and you shall count for yourself from the day after the Sabbath from the day of the bringing of the Omer…” What day is the day after the Sabbath? The Talmud employs the rules of Biblical exposition and explains that in this context, the word Sabbath is the first day of Passover. In the last centuries before the common era, there was a trend among the upper classes of the Jewish community to reject the Rabbinic interpretations and observe the Torah accord- ing to its literal reading. These people were called the Tzdukkim or Saducees. By their simple reading, the counting of the Omer always begins on the Sunday after the first day of Pesach, literally the day after Sabbath. For example, iIf the first day of Passove