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Published by mweinstock, 2016-04-14 19:41:42

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VOLUME 14 ISSUE 26 APRIL 15, 2016 7 NISSAN 5776

YCQ CELEBRATES IT’S 75Th ANNIVERSARY DINNER

Names, Not Numbers

On Wednesday night, April 13, YCQ hosted Holocaust survivors and their families
at our annual Names, Not Numbers dinner. Students spent time getting to know
the survivors they worked with and interviewed them in order to create a film that
shared their experiences. After dinner, close to 150 people watched the film pro-
duced by our own eighth grade students as they shared a living tribute to the Holo-
caust. Thanks to our faculty advisor, Mrs. Ruth Rosenberg, for all her hard work
and supervision.

CONGRATUALTIONS TO YESHIVA OF CENTRAL QUEENS
YCQ has been chosen as a ‘Mix It Up’ Model School for its exemplary efforts to foster respect and understanding throughout the JHS
during the 2015-2016 school year. The Mix It Up club at YCQ is an anti-bullying Club, which kicks off each school year with a Mix It
Up at Lunch Day. Students are placed at different lunch tables in order to connect with different kids encouraging new connections and
new friends. “We are delighted to recognize Yeshiva of Central Queens,” said Teaching Tolerance Director Maureen Costello. “The
model schools don’t just pay lip service to the values of respect and inclusion. They went above and beyond to provide students an op-
portunity to get to know their classmates and to maintain a sense of unity. Other schools hoping to have a similar impact can look to
these Model Schools for guidance and inspiration.” The Mix-It Up club is so popular at YCQ. By making a deep commitment to anti-
bullying, YCQ students are successfully creating a culture of tolerance and friendship. Mrs. Melissa Maisel, the Seventh Grade ELA
teacher at YCQ, is in charge of the Mix It Up club. She says, “I am so overwhelmed by this commendation. Yeshiva of Central Queens
has been chosen out of thousands of schools throughout the country. It is all due to our students who are so dedicated to end bullying.”
YCQ is the only Jewish day school chosen this year. YCQ has many programs throughout the school year run by the club. Thanks to
Rabbi Landsman, Mrs. Golubtchik and Mrs. Maisel for their support and we hope that we can continue to end bullying.

Hockey All Star Games

This season, the YCQ Hockey Team had a great run at a championship, though they fell just short. How-
ever, for some of the players the season wasn’t over yet. This past Sunday, April 10 the New York and
New Jersey hockey leagues brought their best players together for an all-star game. The Esther Semmel-
man Memorial All-star game is in its
third year and this year was the first
middle school game. Representing
YCQ was Coby Casden, Hillel
Golubtchik, Sam Korman, Sam Krup,
and Seth Spitzer. Their commitment to
the YCQ team and their great Middot
brought them to Teaneck, New Jersey
to play with the best. The New York
team fell to New Jersey 5-1, although
Sam Krup won the breakaway chal-
lenge and honor to YCQ. Hopefully,
YCQ can bring many more great play-
ers to this game and bring home cham-
pionships to YCQ.

Queens Botanical Gardens

This week the second grade visited an oasis hidden in Queens, the
Queens Botanical Gardens. The children
went on a nature walk around the
premises and got to experience the change
of seasons. Outside, the second graders
learned about plants and even planted
their own saplings. The children each
took home planted seeds and are eager to
watch them sprout. It was a fun and edu-
cational way to welcome spring. Thank
you to all of our dedicated second grade
teachers who came along with us on this
beautiful trip. Special thanks to Mrs. Chu-
bak for planning this trip.

JHS Pesach Chesed Trips

This past week several JHS girls classes were privileged to help out at a local food pantry. In
conjunction with the Met Council, the girls volunteered at a food bank set up at Kehilla Sefardim in Kew
Gardens Hills. This local food bank provides over 81,000 food packages to the needy. In preparation for
the upcoming chag of Pesach, the girls were assigned various tasks to help package food for the poor.
Each and every girl helped complete their tasks quickly and with smiles on their faces. Tizku L’mitz-
vot!!! Special thanks to Mrs. Katz for organizing these amazing experiences for our students!

4-304 Goes To The Satmar Matzah Factory
This past week, 4-304 had an amazing once in a life time opportunity.
Rabbi Soffer took the
boys to the Satmar
Matzah Factory. The
students walked
through the process
and were physically
able to do every step
to see how shmura
matzah is made.
Thank you so much to
Rabbi Soffer for
bringing Pesach prep-
arations to life.





Save the Date

for the annual
YCQ –PTO Spring Supperette

Monday, May 9, 2016
7:30 pm

Yeshiva of Central Queens
147-37 70th Road
Flushing, NY

Details to follow via
Parentlocker and the View
The Spring Supperette Committee

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SHIRAINU PRODUCTIONS
1538 EAST 17TH STREET
BROOKLYN NY 11230

TO ALL YCQ PARENTS:

In honor of the Yeshiva of Central Queens (YCQ) boys who are part
of the amazing 100 VOICE CHOIR OF UNITY, all YCQ parents and
their families are being offered a 25% discount on tickets for the 2
upcoming world class Pesach concerts @ Brooklyn college. (see
attached flyer).

It’s a very simple process. Starting Sunday April 10, go to
jewishtickets.com and choose the show, and enter the special
discount coupon ‘4EEEX7’ (without quotation marks and cap
sensitive) in the coupon box. Automatically it will calculate the
discount on the tickets you choose. It can only be used by DH
parents.

YCQ members of THE UNITY CHOIR are: David Abraham, Joshua
Aminov, Joshua Bellehson, Ariel Cohen, Eli Dyckman, Ariel Fried,
Joshua Friedman, Yitzchak Inoyatov, Shlomo Inoyatov, Yosef Levitt,
Yehoshua Milchman, Daniel Noy, Yair Oxehandler, Daniel
Oxehandler, Ezra Schick, Daniel Steinman, Raymond Tawil, Jacob
Zar

Come enjoy an unreal show and root on the YCQ boys!
The perfect Pesach present for your family!

NOTE: As a special treat in recognition of their hard work and
diligence, All Rebbis and English teachers of YCQ are being offered a
50% discount to the shows for their immediate family. They will be
contacted separately.

Sincerely,
Yerachmiel Begun
Miami Boys Choir
4/7/2016



Chometz Burning Stations &
Sanitation Bin Locations in
Community Board 8, Queens

Date: Friday, April 22, 2016
Time: Approximately 6 a.m. to approximately 11 a.m.

 Across from the Torah Center of Hillcrest located at 171-05 Jewel/Harry Van Arsdale Ave.
 In front of the Young Israel of Kew Gardens Hills located at 70-11 150th Street.
 In front of the Young Israel of Jamaica Estates located at 83-10 188th Street
 In front of the Young Israel of Queens Valley located at 141-55 77th Avenue, near the parking lot.

In addition, remember to place your garbage out
the night before for the special collection.

Borough President, Melinda Katz Deputy Borough President, Melva Miller

Chairman, Alvin Warshaviak Community Board 8 District Manager, Marie Adam-Ovide

197-15 Hillside Avenue
Hollis, NY 11423-2126
Telephone: (718) 264-7895

Fax: (718) 264-7910
[email protected]
www.nyc.gov/queenscb8

Memo to: All religious institutions
From: Alvin Warshaviak, Chair
Date: March 24, 2016
Re: Chometz Collection Burning Stations in CB 8

We are pleased to announce a special service Community Board 8 has arranged with the
Department of Sanitation. This service will assist the Jewish residents of our district by
providing a special pre-Passover trash pickup for all homeowners living within the
neighborhoods of Hillcrest, Utopia Estates, Jamaica Estates, Holliswood and Kew Gardens
Hills.

On Friday, April 22, 2016, all houses in these areas will have a curbside trash pickup
between midnight and 10:30 a.m. Be sure to have all your trash/chometz out at the curb
in front of your house for pick up before midnight on Thursday. Please separate your
garbage and recycling. Please share this information with your friends, neighbors and
members of your organization. This is in addition to the special Sanitation Department bins
for chometz that will be stationed at the following locations. (Please ask your members
NOT to park in front of these locations so the sanitation bins can be properly situated.)

To create a safe environment, a burning station will also be available at each location
below.

Date: Friday, April 22, 2016
Time: Approximately 6 a.m. to approximately 11 a.m.

 Across from the Torah Center of Hillcrest located at 171-05 Jewel/Harry Van
Arsdale Ave.

 In front of the Young Israel of Kew Gardens Hills located at 70-11 150th Street.
 In front of the Young Israel of Jamaica Estates located at 83-10 188th Street
 In front of the Young Israel of Queens Valley located at 141-55 77th Avenue, near

the parking lot.

We wish to thank Mayor Bill DeBlasio and the Department of Sanitation for their
cooperation. For further information, please call Community Board 8 at 718-264-7895.

NEW YORK CITY FIRE DEPARTMENT
FIRE SAFETY FOR THE PASSOVER CELEBRATION

Passover is a time of family gatherings with special foods, songs, and customs.
However, when hot water and candles are used,

there is an increased risk for fires and fire related injuries.
KEEP YOUR PASSOVER HOLIDAY JOYFUL AND SAFE BY TAKING PRECAUTIONS.

CANDLE SAFETY CHECK LIST
 Use sturdy candleholders.
 Use candles with flame protective non-combustible shades or globes.
 Keep candles at least 4 feet away from curtains, draperies, decorations, blinds and bedding.
 Place candles out of reach of small children and pets.
 Extinguish candles when they burn within two inches of the holder.
 Never leaving burning candles unattended.

PREPARING THE KITCHEN
 Do not leave your oven unattended while the oven is on or in the self-cleaning cycle.
 Take precautions when handling hot and boiling water. Use oven mitts or potholders.
 Create a “kid-free safety zone” of at least 3-feet from the front of the stove and away from

the Pesach kettle /pot.

PREPARING FOR SEDER
While cooking,
 Stay in the kitchen, don’t leave cooking food unattended.
 Wear short or tight fitting sleeves. (Long loose sleeves are more likely to catch on fire or

get caught on pot handles.)
 Don’t become distracted.
 Maintain the “kid-free zone” of 3 feet around your stove. Turn pot handles inward facing the

wall to prevent burns caused by overturning or spills.

 Keep the area around the stove clear of towels, papers, pot holders or anything that could
burn.

 Have a pot lid handy to smother a pan fire. Do not attempt to pick up the pot or pan. Shut off
the heat and cover the fire with a lid.

 DO NOT USE WATER! It will cause splashing and spread the fire.

 Treat burns immediately with cool running water and seek medical attention.

FIREDEPARTMENT, CITY OFNEWYORK FDNY OFFICE OF FIRE SAFETYEDUCATION
Michael R. Bloomberg, Mayor Nicholas Scoppetta, Commissioner

www.nyc.gov/fdny

FDNYTOP THREE FIRE SAFETY TIPS

ÊINSTALL SMOKE ALARMS&CARBON MONOXIDE DETECTORS
ËHAVE A HOME FIRE ESCAPEPLAN
ÌCONDUCT A SAFETYINSPECTION

.

TIPS
FOR A SAFE PASSOVER

The weeks just prior to Pesach are a high scald and burn time within the
Jewish community. Special burn prevention care needs to be taken at this
time.

1. Never allow children near boiling water when cleaning for Pesach. Adults need to
take extra precautions at this time as well.

2. Be aware that oven cleaners (such as Easy-Off) cause severe burns. Be extremely
cautious when using these products.

3. Bedikat Chametz (Searching for Chametz)
a. Keep the candle away from all flammable objects, especially curtains, sofas,
and tablecloths.
b. SUPERVISE CHILDREN CLOSELY AT ALL TIMES!

4. Burning Chametz
a. Keep an extra close eye on children at this time.
b. If possible, set up a buddy system where an older child is placed with a younger
child.
c. Never use any type of accelerant to increase the flame. Never put any type of
aerosol can in or near the flame.

5. Preparing for Seder in the kitchen - Increased activity and excitement often make
people less careful just when they should be most cautious. A “NO ZONE” around
both the stove and the blech should be created and children forbidden to enter these
areas.

6. Always turn pot handles inward to keep pots from being pulled down by the child or
knocked off by an adult.

7. Candles/Licht - Keep Yom Tov, Shabbos, and Yahrzeit candles on sideboards, out of
the reach of small children. If candles are on the table, keep them in the center where
they are less likely to be pulled down by a small child.

Queens Botanical Gardens

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