Please join us for our annual meeting and election of new officers. The CAS Nominating Committee has recommended members elect this slate of directors for a 3-year term starting July 1, 2012
They are as follows:
Mitchell Bell, Wendy Bennett, Rachel Dayan
Eli Freedberg, Dr. Burton Rubin, Dean Schuckman,
Rebecca Sigman, Laura Tobin
For a full agenda, important letter, voting instructions and proxy forms, are on line - www.cas-stamford.org./cas-annual-meeting-2012/ The Annual Meeting is open to all members in good standing of Congregation Agudath Sholom.
Light refreshments - 6:30 pm
Meeting Begins - 7:00 pm
SAVE THE DATE-AIPAC EVENT JULY 12
Hosted by CAS & Temple Sholom
THE IRAN DEBATE: CAN THE WEST WIN?
Featuring :Bret Stephens, Deputy Editor & Foreign Affairs Columnist of the
Wall Street Journal
7:00 at Temple Sholom
300 East Putnam Avenue Greenwich, CT
Shabbat Topics & Participants
Coffee & Commentary
Rabbi David Walk
Simcha Rubin, Jay Jubas
Elie Cohen, Menachem Kirschner
Rabbi Daniel Cohen
A Wish for Tamar
Rabbi David Walk, When the Torah is Silent
Thanks to this week's sponsors...
Shabbat Shalom Hospital Packages
the Linda Beson Nursing Educational Fund
Rabbi Daniel & Diane Cohen, in honor of their daughter Tamar becoming a Bat Mitvah
Rhonda and Judd Love in honor of the engagement of their daughter Caryn to Benjamin Schiller
Elise &Steven Cohen and Adrienne & Michael Alexander
Hecky and Rochel Attar in commemoration of the Yahrzeit of Hecky's mother Miriam Attar
Mazal Tov to
Rabbi Daniel & Diane Cohen, for their daughter Tamar becoming a Bat Mitzvah.
Beth & David Cohen on the engagement of their daughter Tali to Mike Zelenetz, son of Rabbi Alan & Barbara Zelenetz of Teaneck, NJ.
Drs. David & Judy Singer on the birth of a baby boy born to Drs. Michael & Ora Singe
David and Lisa Breakstone and Eileen and Bob Breakstone on the birth of their son & grandson, Benjamin William Breakstone
Morris & Frances Wertheim on their grandson Henry Louis Berck becoming Bar Mitzvah.
Marilyn Gochberg, on the passing of her husband, Larry Gochberg, brother of Brenda Smith and Gladys Jacobson and father of Barbara Gochberg, Osher Gochberg and Marjorie Kellner.
Rabbi Cohen's Tuesday Class: Prophet Class at 8:15 am
Parsha class at 12:00 pm both classes in CAS Lobby area.
Rabbi Walk's Classes:
Sunday: Bible from the beginning
Monday Parsha Clas of they year@ BCDS 12:00 noon
Thursday: Talmud Class 7:15 pm
Please welcome our new members:
Mr. & Mrs. Brett & Kim Schweber, and their children Marley, Jed & Rio
Mr. & Mrs. Ilan & Lenore Fogel and their children Judy, Naomi, Ami, Adin, & Maya
( Please Join us on the Patio for Hashkama & Teen Kiddush)
CAS Youth Department
This Week's Schedule for Shabbat:
At Jr. Cong. Andrew Reicin will read from the Torah. Jr Teen Chat - grades 5-6 Teen Minyan will meet this week and next for the last two meetings of the year.
Next Shabbat, June 16th we would like to invite all 6th graders to join our Teen Minyan ... we look forward to your involvement next year and hope you can join us next week to get the excitement going!!!
Thank you to the Alexander's and Cohen's (Steve and Elise) for sponsoring this week's Teen Minyan Kiddush! Thank you to all of the BOYS who joined our first ever Boys Afternoon Out... we had so much fun learning, cooking, baking and playing sports together! On Shabbat morning, all groups will enjoy some of the food we cooked and baked together!!!
A special thank you to Morah Jessica Kfare for helping to run Mini Minyan this year. We wish you a hearty Mazal Tov on your upcoming wedding to Eli and we will miss you!!
June 23- Double Nikudot & Nikot Sales - lots of new prizes & Youth Awards
Shabbat - details to follow Strawberry Picking Trip - details to follow! PLENTY OF FUN SUMMER ACTIVITIES IN THE WORKS.. CHECK BACK SOON!!!
Rabbi Yehuda Jeiger
Mark Your Calendar
Shabbat, June 23 -4:15 p.m.
Summer Flicks With Rabbi Walk
Join Rabbi Walk at CAS for these features.
Showtimes 7:30pm. No charge!
June 27-Driving Miss Daisy
An old Jewish woman and her African-American chauffeur in the American South have a relationship that grows and improves over the years.
July 4-Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravits
The younger son of a working-class Jewish family in Montreal, Duddy Kravitz yearns to make a name for himself in society. This film chronicles his short and dubious rise to power, as well as his changing relationships with family and friends. Along the way the film explores the themes of anti-semitism and the responsibilities which come with adulthood.
July 11-Everything is Illuminated
A young Jewish American man endeavors to find the woman who saved his grandfather during World War II in a Ukrainian village, that was ultimately razed by the Nazis, with the help of an eccentric local.
July 18-The Great Dictator (The Criterion Collection)
Dictator Adenoid Hynkel has a doppelganger, a poor but kind Jewish barber living in the slums, who one day is mistaken for Hynkel.
July 25-Marathon Man
A graduate history student is unwittingly caught in the middle of an international conspiracy involving stolen diamonds, an exiled Nazi war criminal, and a rogue government agent.
LET US KNOW! We strive at CAS to support our members in time of need. If you know of someone who is ill, please reach out to Rabbi Cohen via email email@example.com or phone, alerting our clergy and Chesed committee to offer comfort and assistance. Together, we can insure CAS's role as a community of caring. Thank you very much!
THIS SHABBAT, Chana Gilman will be speaking June 9th at 5 PM at the home of Sandy Weiner, 91 Apple Tree Drive, Stamford, CT (right behind the shul). She'll be speaking about: 13 Paradigms Change Your Thoughts, Change Your Life! Learn how to find the 'Map' in your thinking and why it matters.
A bit about Chana:
Chana Gilman was National Sales Director of Anne Klein II, directing an $80 million business, when she made a dramatic career change. She took a year sabbatical in Israel, resulting in her becoming executive director of Neveh Yerushalayim in America.
Chana eventually settled with her family in Jerusalem, where she lived for 18 years. She became a sought after motivational speaker, and has recently moved back to America to spend time with her extended family.
Chana's story is compelling and inspiring. It has strengthened Jewish women of all ages since Chana began speaking at the request of women's organizations and educational institutions a number of years ago. Chanapersonally invites you to join her as we journey together to bring forward our tremendous potential as Jewish women.
CAS DECORUM The policy for our kids is easy - "In shul or in groups." Please help us maintain decorum. Make sure you child is either sitting in synagogue or participating in our Youth Groups. Make sure that your child enjoys Kiddush in the Simcha Room or Social Hall.
MALT-Monday June 11, at 7:00 pm. Will discuss Men's trip to Israel, for more info contact Tzvi Berstein, firstname.lastname@example.org
Have you joined the Mayim League yet?
Please consider one of the following annual categories of support:
Appointments at the women's mikvah can be scheduled by contacting Shery at email@example.com or 203-964-1928, at least 24 hours in advance.
Sisterhood Gift Shop
Sylvia's Gift Shop New Summer Hours
Tuesdays 1:00 - 4:00pm
Thursdays 1:00 - 3:00 pm
EAGLE SCOUT-Towels and Sheet are needed for the Stamford Homeless shelter. The Eagle Scouts have provided bins in the lobby. All donations will finished being collected by June 10th.
STUDY IN JERUSALEM THIS JULY - The Gerald and Mary Swartz Introductory Summer Program invites you to experience the inspiration and excitement that studying in and touring Israel offers. Cost: $1500 covers everything including airfare, classes, trips and more. Scholarships are available for more information, find us on the web at yu.edu/admissions/mechina/july or contact: Nava Orlian, Director firstname.lastname@example.org
PURIM IN JERUSALEM-The February 2013 BiCultural Israel tour planned by Walter Shuchatowitz (Mr. S) and Bob Abrams will feature an extended stay in Jerusalem including the celebration of Purim. Early reservations are advised, for details please call BiCultural at 203-329-2186.
JEWISH HISTORICAL SOCIETY of Fairfield County (JHS) SUNDAY, June24 10am (9:30 coffee) Temple Sinai Stamford "A CT YANKEE IN THE AMERICAN SOUTH" Speakers: Edwen & Fred Goldstein, long time Stamford residents. Growing up Jewish in families with roots in Mississippi & Louisiana dating back to the 19th century; coming north after college, and staying. welcome. For more info call 321-1373, ext.150.
JEWISH TWENTIES AND THIRTIES - Thursday, June 14 at 7 pm Join a happy hour at KOSH in Stamford with YJP/Temple Beth El and sponsored by JTT. Info Leah Schechter, JFS Singles Outreach Coordinator, at 203-921-4161 or email@example.com
JEWISH TWENTIES AND THIRTIES - Sunday, June 24 at 10:30 am. Partially funded by YJP/CT and JTT, outdoor lovers will gather to enjoy a hike in Devil's Den in Weston. For info contact Leah Schechter, JFS Singles Outreach Coordinator, 203-921 4161 or firstname.lastname@example.org