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Published by Yeshiva of Central Queens, 2017-12-15 08:13:53

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VOLUME 16 NUMBER 11 DECEMBER 15, 2017 27 KISLEV 5778

UPCOMING Parshat Miketz/Shabbat Chanukah

EVENTS By: Rabbi Landsman
Candle Lighting:

Havdallah: 5:15

Monday, Dec. 18

6th Day of
No Sessions

Sunday, Dec. 24

UPK in Session
5-8 Grade


Monday, Dec. 25-
Friday, Dec. 29

No Bus Service
3:30pm Dismissal

Grades N-8

Monday, Jan. 1

No Sessions

YCQ Family News

Mazel Tov to Chaim

Simon on his Bar


2-207 Chumash Presentation

We are proud of class 2-207 for receiving their first Chumash this past Sunday. They have worked
so hard by rehearsing their parts and practicing singing the songs. The play was about the first
days of creation and each child had a part that had to do with each day. They sang beautifully and
acted out their parts perfectly. They had a lot of fun dancing, laughing and learning about the
creation of the world. The children wore costumes and took pictures for the Chagigat
HaChumash. We want to congratulate the class for doing so well and making Morah Rachel and
their parents very proud. The Chumash play was a success and they cannot wait to learn the Torah
from their new Chumashim. Many thanks to Morah Rachel, Morah Aliza, Morah Tali, Rabbi Ribalt,
Rabbi Hamel for making this day so memorable!

2-204 Chumash Presentation

This past Sunday class 2-204 received their Chumashim for the very first time at the
annual Second Grade Chumash Presentation. The class put on a spectacular play revealing just how
much Ivrit they have learned this year. After the play, the children were called up to the stage
individually to receive a Chumash with their name engraved on it, a goody bag and a beautiful
framed picture taken with their Morot and principals. Following the ceremony, everyone was
invited to the gym for a collation. Many thanks to Morah Dina, Morah Adva, Morah Tali, Rabbi
Ribalt, Rabbi Hamel, and parent representatives for making this day so memorable!

JHS Boys Shabbaton

This past Shabbat, Parshat VaYeshev, the JHS boys enjoyed a memorable and meaningful Shabbat together at
the Raleigh Hotel. On Friday afternoon the students had fun playing outdoor sports and swimming. Shabbat
began with a beautiful Kabbalat Shabbat, a delicious dinner and divrei Torah. After learning groups, an oneg
Shabbat, and a battle of the grades competition, everyone retired to their rooms for the night. On Shabbat
morning after Shacharit, everyone participated in a Torah sports trivia competition. During lunch, students
enjoyed more delicious food and divrei Torah. The Rebbeim participated in games with their students. At seudah
shlishit there was beautiful singing and Divrei Torah. Havdallah was filled with much ruach, and the fun
continued after Shabbat at Sport Time USA. The students had a wonderful Shabbat where they built lasting
relationships and memories with their Rebbeim and peers. The Schnitzel Boys really enhanced the ruach over
Shabbat. Thank you to all of the Rebbeim and chaperones for making this Shabbaton so special!

Rabbi Nat Concert

Music and dancing filled the school on Wednesday, as YCQ was treated to an
exciting concert by our very own Rebbe Rabbi Nat!. The band played tons of great
songs! Rabbi Nat connected with every student from Nursery through Eighth
Grade bringing a tremendous Chanukah spirit to the Yeshiva. A great time was had
by all!

Young Israel of Kew Garden Hills

Blood Drive

Donate in Loving Memory of

Meir Ben Sholom Dov Z”L

~Michael Simanowitz~

Thursday, December 21, 2017
4:00pm – 10:00pm

150-05 70th Road, Kew Garden Hills
Catering Hall

We need your help!
Your donation will help to save up to THREE lives. Our community
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UPK Chanukah Workshop

UPK Chanukah Workshop

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