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Young Israel of West Rogers Park wishes its members and friends a Shabbat Shalom!
This Shabbat, the Aseret haDibrot (The Ten Commandments) are read as part of Parashat Yitro.
Kiddush and Seudah Shelishit are sponsored this Shabbat by Jackie & Leah Stromer in commemoration of the yahrzeit of Jackie's mother of blessed memory, Gittel Sasha bat Yaakov Tzvi HaKohen and in honor of the birth of their grandson, born to Shira & Mayer Simcha Stromer.
Mayer Simcha & Shira Stromer would like to inform you of the bris of their son on on Friday, February 2 at Adas Yeshurun, 3050 W. Touhy. Shacharit at 6:45am followed by bris at 7:25am.
Mazal tov to Dr. Richard Chasman on the birth of a grandson to his children David & Laura Chasman.
Thank you to:
Unless otherwise specified, shiurim and classes take place in the Arthur & Sally Dordek Library at Young Israel. All are welcome to participate in any of the shiurim.
Tanielle Miller Foundation, Glenn Miller and Ruth Rotenberg are looking forward to your joining us for a lecture by Rabbi David Fohrman, author, Torah scholar and founder of Alpha Beta Academy. The topic will be “How Did Mishloach Manot Come To Be? The Secret Story of Esther and Mordechai.” The lecture will be held at Or Torah, 3800 Dempster St. Skokie, commemorating the 13th yahrtzeit of our daughter Tanielle, ע"ה , and in memory of Millie Miller ע"ה , Sunday February 4, 11:15 AM.
Chicago Wolves celebrate Jewish Heritage Day on Sunday, February 18 at 3:00pm. Reserved seating in Section 116 along with Wolves-branded kippah or scarf. For questions, contact Adam Goldberg at (847) 832-1955 or email@example.com.
YU Torah Mitzion Kollel holds its 10th Annual Dinner Celebration on Sunday evening, February 25th at the Crowne Plaza Chicago O'Hare Hotel, appreciating the contributions of Rosh Kollel Rabbi Reuven and Dr. Nechama Brand. Shiur by Rabbi Efraim Mirvis, Chief Rabbi of the United Hebrew Congregations of the Commonwealth. For more information, visit www.torahchicago.org.
There is an AA meeting at YIWRP every Tuesday from 7:30-8:30pm. it is a beginners meeting and open to those interested in recovering from alcholism.
Eruv - Don't forget to check the status of the West Rogers Park eruv before every Shabbat. (773) 743-7882.
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