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The Alisa Flatow Memorial Scholarship Fund is now accepting on-line applications for the 2016-2017 academic year at www.alisafund.org

Awards are made for full time study in a yeshiva, seminary or other approved program. One need not be accepted to apply. Deadline for applications isFebruary 16, 2016.
This is a competitively awarded scholarship of $4,000US and only six are granted each year. Scholarship, volunteer activities, and financial need are some of the factorsconsidered. Full details, application forms, and lists of previous winners can be obtained atwww.alisafund.org

Thursday, December 24

Post Chanukah Party

7:00PM, Young Israel of Fort Lee, 1610 Parker Ave, Fort Lee

-Chinese food and the screening of the film, «Above and Beyond». Email [email protected] to reserve a space. $25/person.

Friday, December 25

Ma’ayanot Day of Big Ideas

9:30AM-12:30PM, Ma’ayanot, 1650 Palisade Ave, Teaneck

Keynote Speaker: Dr. Jeremy Dauber, former Rhodes Scholar on Frightening Jews: What Makes a Jewish Horror Story? With additional lectures by members for Ma’ayanot’s distinguished faculty.

Mish Mash!

11:00AM-12:00PM, Kaplen JCC on the Palisades, 411 E Clinton Ave

Bring your family to a madcap show of meshugeneh puppets led by renowned ventriloquist Jonathan Geffner. Be forewarned–fantastic fun await you as Jonathan and his wacky, whimsical wooden sidekicks perform this hilarious show. $10- JCC Members, $12- General Admission.

Sunday, December 27

Blood Drive

8:30AM-1:30PM, Congregation Beth Aaron, 950 Queen Anne Road, Teaneck

Bring ID with signature. Refreshments for all donors.

Monday, December 28

Beth Aaron Sisterhood Shiur

8:00PM, Home of Rochelle Mandelbaum, 695 Palmer Avenue, Teaneck

Topic: Holding Hands Through Hardships, How to Help Others and Ourselves Through Hard Times, Difficult Situations. With Mrs. Rochel Goldbaum.

Wednesday, December 30

Yeshiva University Parlor Meeting

7:00PM, At the home of Elisa and Chaim Wietschner, 1335 Trafalgar St, Teaneck

Hear from Rabbi Kenneth Brander, Vice President of University and Community Life; Rabbi Dr. Jacob

J. Schacter, Senior Scholar, YU Center for the Jewish Future; Dean Karen Bacon; The Mordecai D. Katz and Dr. Monique C. Katz Dean of the Undergraduate Faculty of Arts and Sciences at Yeshiva University; Mr. Marc Goldman, Executive Director of the Career Center; and Ms. Debra Pine, Director of Academic and Career Advising, Sy Syms School of Business, about the benefits of educating your child at Yeshiva University. Questions regarding financial aid will also be addressed.

Halachos of the Workplace: The Office Kitchen—Coffee Machines and Microwaves at Work

8:00-9:00PM, Young Israel of Teaneck, 868 Perry Lane, Teaneck

Rabbi Binyomin Krohn. Part 3 of 4. All are invited

Motzei Shabbat, January 2

Israeli Film Festival

8:00-10:00PM, Congregation Rinat Yisrael, 389 West Englewood Ave, Teaneck

Featuring four films from the Maale Film School. Featured films include: House 103- The Tal family are living out their final moments in a Jewish settlement in the Gaza Strip before the «Disengagement”. Addes- The renovations of a 100-year-old Jerusalem synagogue on the occasion of its upcoming centennial celebrations ignite a conflict over old and new, identity and obliteration of memory, the living and the dead. Sister of Mine- With all of her family members complicit in forcing Ruchi into a miserable marriage, only her Down’s syndrome sister sustains her with innocence and love. Singing Through our Tears- A group of English-speaking women from Gush Etzion decide to take a novel approach to the numerous terrorist attacks in the area. Admission is $7 in advance at http://www.rinat.org/filmfestival or at the door.

Sunday, January 3

Do Wonders & Lillian Lee Salon Third Annual Night of Wonders Benefit Concert

5:00PM, Teaneck Marriott at Glenpointe Honoring: Jerry Zimmerman, Guest of Honor; Daria Kalinina, Leadership Award; Tiferet Fischman, Young Leadership Award. For ticket pricing and sponsorship opportunities please visit, www.DoWondersCharity.org. For questions, please email [email protected] or call (201)837-6770.

Wednesday, January 6

Jewish Wisdom for Growing Older

12-2PM, Jewish Federation, 50 Eisenhower Drive, Paramus

With Rabbi Dayle A. Friedman- A pioneer in reinventing and re-valuing aging,Rabbi Friedman offers guidance for meeting the opportunities and challenges of later life. Lunch will be served. Register at www.jfnnj.org/LetsTalk.

The Ameican Friends of Beit Orot Annual Dinner

6:00PM, The Crowne Plaza Times Square, Broadway at 49th St, New York

For reservations and more information, visit www.beitorot.org/english

Halachos of the Workplace: Do I Really Have to Give 10%? A Realisitc Approach to Giving Tzedakah

8:00-9:00PM, Young Israel of Teaneck, 868 Perry Lane, Teaneck

Rabbi Binyomin Krohn. Part 4 of 4. All are invited.

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