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The VIEW 15, Vol. 12

The VIEW 15, Vol. 12

VOLUME 15 NUMBER 12 JANUARY 3, 2014 2 SHEVAT 5774

UPCOMING Parshat Bo By: Rabbi Landsman

EVENTS The Jewish people are about to leave Egypt! Pharaoh is finally will-

CANDLE LIGHTING: 4:22 ing and indeed anxious to send out everyone men, women, children,
HAVDALLAH: 5:23 flocks, and cattle. Everyone and everything the Jews wanted to take out

SUN., JAN 5 of Egypt could now leave with them. The pasuk tells us: "The people
picked up their dough when it had not yet become leavened, their lefto-
SIDDUR
PRESENTATIONS vers bound up in their garments upon their shoulders". Rashi says the
term "leftovers" refers to the matzah and marror left over from the previ-
1-201 AT 9AM
1-203 AT 11AM ous night's meal. It was this that they carried in their little knapsacks on
their shoulders as they left Egypt.
THERE WILL BE NO
We are all familiar with what our dining room floor looks like after
PARENT-CHILD the Seder. It looks like a Matzah factory with pieces of lettuce spread all

LEARNING THIS SUNDAY over the place! What do we do? We sweep it up and throw it out.

SUN., JAN. 12 The Jews at that "first Seder" in Egypt did not sweep the leftovers
up and throw them out. They swept them up, wrapped them together,
SIDDUR
PRESENTATIONS and put them in knapsacks, which they carried out of Egypt on their
shoulders! Rashi adds that even though they had many animals on which
1-201 AT 9AM they could have placed these packages, they purposely carried them
1-203 AT 11AM themselves to show their love of the mitzvot.

A person does not throw the most precious item into the donkey's
YCQ FAMILY NEWS saddlebag. It can fall out. It can get lost. If something is very special, you
MAZAL TOV TO RABBI take it with you in your "hand luggage". No one ever places valuables
NAT ON THE BIRTH OF A into their "checked baggage" on airplanes. People carry their most pre-
cious items on themselves.
BABY BOY!
Rav Simcha Zissel asks: The pasuk just stated that they borrowed
MAZAL TOV TO MORAH
RAINA POPOWITZ (K– 101) gold and silver vessels. Where did they put them? Apparently, they put
ON THE MARRIAGE OF HER the gold and the silver on the donkeys but the leftover pieces of matzo
and marror they carried on their own shoulders.
SON TZACHI!
Klal Yisrael understood what is important and what is not im-
MAZAL TOV TO SHAYNA portant; what must be a priority in life and what is not a priority in life.
ORLOW ON HER BECOMING A The gold and silver was "replaceable". The matzo and marror, which rep-
resented the miraculous redemption from Egypt, and which represented
BAT MITZVAH!

MAZEL TOV TO RAFI their relationship with the Almighty, was "irreplaceable." That was not
CZEGLEDI ON HIS BAR something that could be entrusted to the donkeys. They carried it on their
MITZVAH!
shoulders. Have a Great Shabbat!

SIDDUR PRESENTATION SCHEDULES:

Class 1-201, Morah Shira Fendel Class 1-203, Morah Leah Greenwald

Sunday, January 5, 2014 Sunday, January 5, 2014

Arrival: 8:45, Presentation: 9:00 Arrival: 10:45, Presentation: 11:00

YCQ JHS DECEMBER-JANUARY TEST CALENDAR

Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
1 4 5 6
2 3 8th Day Chanuka 13
8 5th Day Chanuka 6th Day Chanuka 12
6b Gemara Asara B'Tevet
JHS Parent Child 9 10 11 7 grade vocabulary 20
Learning 6 boys chumash 6b2 halacha 7B Ivrit
7th grade science 7 girls halacha Algebra test (8) 27
15 8 grade science Parent Teacher 8B Ivrit 19 8th grade girls Ivrit test
Chumash 6 Boys navi No Bus Service
Presentation Conferences JHS Girls 6 math (sider)
2nd Grade 7B Navi 3
16 17 18 8G Chumash
22 Parent Teacher 6 Lowinger math 6 grade LA test 26 10
Chumash 8B GemaraHalacha 8 math (Sider) 6 math (sider/kerper) 6B2 Halacha
Presentation 7th grade girls Ivrit test 17
2nd Grade Conferences JHS Boys Kerper/Lowinger/Sider 8B Chumash No Sessions
7 math 7B GemaraHalacha
29 No Bus Service
JHS Parent Child 23 24 25
Learning 6 boys Ivrit 2
6g1 Ivrit 6B1 Halacha 6 grade LA vocab
5
Siddur Presentation No Bus Service 6g2 Ivrit 6G Halacha 9
1st Grade 6g Navi
12 30 7th grade girls chumash No Bus Service 7/8 girls chumash
Siddur Presentation 6G Chumash 7B Chumash 16

8 Navi 8 girls halacha No Sessions
No Bus Service
6 No Bus Service
6th Vocab
31 1

7G navi

No Bus Service No Sesions

78

7 math Kerper/Lowinger 6 science test

Lowinger 6 math 7 grade social studies

13 14 15
8 grade Lang Arts
6th grade social studies 8th grade Algebra test

7th Language Arts 6B gemara

Shuk Tu B'Shevat

1‐200 Learns About Engineering  

On Wednesday December 25, Mrs. Siegman, Miriam's mom, gave us a special lesson to con nue our 
unit study of "How to". We learned that there are many different types of engineers and they each do 
their part to help us and our communi es. Engineers get us clean water, build buildings and bridges.  
We discovered that by using triangles rather than squares, our buildings and bridges are stronger and 
won't collapse as easily. Mrs. Siegman had us do an experiment with toothpicks and dots candies 
where we were able to see how squares collapse with less pressure than triangles! At the end, we 
were each presented with a cer ficate that we all became junior engineers! What a fun lesson! 

YCQ is Healthy and Wise

This month in Healthy & Wise, the students learned about MyPlate and the 5 food groups: fruits,
vegetables, grains, protein, and dairy. We discussed the importance of eating all of the food groups at
each meal in order to have a healthy, balanced meal. We also discussed different food combinations
they can use to make their favorite healthy meals that will help them grow bigger and stronger. Eating
healthy is important to help the body reactivate and regain energy to keep itself working properly all
throughout the day and night. The second graders had the opportunity to display their Daily Food Plates
on our bulletin board.

In honor of her bat mitzvah,
Dalya Koller (6G2)

will be baking and selling cookies
to raise money for ‫צדקה‬.

Delicious cookies of all types –
chocolate chip, sugar, oatmeal raisin, sea salt and brown sugar,

ginger snaps, and more! –
will be available for sale at Dalya’s home,

8702 Chevy Chase St, Jamaica Estates, NY 11432

(at the corner of Cambridge Road),

on Sunday, January 12, 2014, from 1 to 4 pm.

Please stop by!

If you would like to order cookies but can’t make it to Dalya’s
home that day, please email [email protected],
and we can arrange deliveries to YCQ or to homes in Queens.

The money raised will be contributed to GiveDirectly, an organization
working with extremely poor families in Kenya.

The Rabbi Israel D. Rosenberg
Educational Institute

CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM
OF KEW GARDENS HILLS

Rabbi Moshe Rosenberg, Mara D'asra
presents

shiur hachodesh at etz chaim

FOR WOMEN BY WOMEN

A Monthly Program of Advanced Shiurim

Reb. Abby Lerner

Torah Studies Faculty at Yeshiva University High School for Girls

The Unusual Marriage of Hoshea:

What it Teaches Us About Our

Relationship with G-d

Wednesday, January 8, 2014 7:45 PM

8 Sh'vat

at

Congregation Etz Chaim

THE REFRESHMENTS ARE BEING 147-19 73 Avenue
Kew Gardens Hills
SPONSORED BY PAM LEITMAN
IN HONOR OF HER CHILDREN
AMY, JEFF, AND MELANIE

THIS SHIUR IS BEING SPONSORED BY LISA AND MARSHALL JOFFE

IN MEMORY OF NORMAN JOFFE, NATAN BEN SHALOM, A"H,

   
AND IN SUPPORT OF WOMEN'S LEARNING

Future Program Dates: Rachel Friedman
February 12, 2014

March 19, 2014 Dr. Michelle Levine Suggested Donation:
May 14, 2014 TBA
June 11, 2014 Prof. Elisheva Carlebach $4.00-shul members
$5.00-non-members

Masbia’s Story We need YOU!
Volunteer at Masbia!
Masbia started as a grassroots charity to feed
the hungry. It began as a simple vision shared by Families, student groups, and individuals
Mordechai Mandelbaum and Alexander alike have a place at Masbia. Whether
Rapaport, a vision of a clean, well-lit and peeling carrots and potatoes, preparing
attractive restaurant-style place where men, weekend pantry bags, or serving hot meals
women, and children in need could eat to our clients, there is a place for you.
nourishing kosher meals daily for free. These two Come as a family and make it a family
men set out to make this vision a reality, and on tradition on the holidays, or even once a
Sunday, April 3, 2005, Masbia -- Brooklyn’s first month.
and only kosher soup kitchen -- opened its doors Sign up online at www,mabsia.org and our
to the public. Volunteer Coordinator will be touch to
help schedule your first day.
Over the first seven years, Masbia served over
500,000 hot, kosher meals. Stepping to the plate Masbia Soup Kitchen Network
to offer assistance to neighbors in need following is where the rubber meets the road
Superstorm Sandy, Masbia’s place as an integral
piece of New York City was cemented. in the fight against hunger.

Now serving over 500,000 meals a year, We feed hot, nutritious meals to
including the introduction of a weekend pantry hungry men, women and children.
bag program, lines at all three Masbia locations No statistics. No bureaucracy. No middleman.
continue to grow each day. All of this is possible
through generous groups of volunteer and the We deposit food in empty stomachs.
support of donors.
Beyond serving food, Masbia is committed to ending
In the quest to tackle hunger, Masbia is the hunger in New York City. In September, Masbia Executive
organization that will always do as much as is Director Alexander Rapaport, Chef Ruben Diaz and
possible… and then strive to do even more. Manager Kevin Melnyk joined dozens of other emergency
food providers for Food Bank For New York City’s 2nd
Annual D.C. Anti-Hunger Advocacy Day to advocate for
the nearly 2 MILLION hungry New Yorkers.

www.MASBIA.org Can you find a great restaurant that serves
Facebook: /masbia Twitter: @masbiask a high-quality, hot, hearty, healthy meal
718-972-4446 at no cost? Now you have!

Mailing Address: Boro Park: Masbia’s restaurant-style soup kitchens are designed to provide
PO Box 191181 4114 14th Avenue New Yokers in need with dignity and respect, Operating like a
Brooklyn, NY 11219 Brooklyn, NY 11219 restaurant without registers, families and individuals who come
to eat are not asked questions about what they can afford or
Corporate Office: Flatbush/Midwood: judged by whatever circumstances have brought them to need
4114 14th Avenue 1372 Coney Island Avenue food.
Brooklyn, NY 11219 Through partnerships with Food Bank For New York City, City
Brooklyn, NY 11230 Harvest, farmer’s markets and local business, Masbia is able to
provide hot, kosher meals for less than $6 per plate.
Central Kitchen: Queens: However, support from donors is still needed each day. Learn
1372 Coney Island Avenue 98-08 Queen Boulevard about our programs and make a donation online at
Brooklyn, NY 11230 www,masbia.org.
Rego Park, NY 11374 Coming Soon: Students and individuals can create their own
online fundraising and volunteer drives!

Recipe: Chickpea Soup
From the Kitchen of Masbia Chef Ruben Diaz

Time: 1 to 2 hours, largely unattended

Ingredients
x1⁄4 cup olive oil
x2 onions, chopped
x1 pound carrots, chopped
x2 tablespoons minced garlic
xSalt and black pepper
x2 teaspoons cumin
x2 teaspoons pimenton (smoked paprika)
x6 cups vegetable or chicken stock or water, plus more as needed
x2 cup dried chickpeas, rinsed, picked over, and soaked if you have time
xChopped fresh parsley, for garnish

Family-Friendly Tip:
Buy large carrots and share in the joy of peeling them together, just the way we do it at Masbia!

Directions
1. Put the oil in a large pot over medium heat; a minute later, add the onions, carrots, and garlic and sprinkle with

salt and pepper. Cook, stirring occasionally and adjusting the heat as needed to keep the vegetables from burning,
until the onions and carrots have colored, 10 to 15 minutes. Add the cumin and paprika and cook, stirring, for
another 30 seconds or so.
2. Add the stock and chickpeas. Bring to a boil, then turn the heat down so the mixture bubbles gently but steadily.
Cook, stirring occasionally, until the chickpeas are very soft, at least 1 hour; add more liquid as necessary so the
mixture remains soupy. PLEASE NOTE: Chickpeas require
quite a bit of cooking time (which can be shortened if you
soak them first), but since chickpea broth is one of the
most delicious liquids you can make, it’s worth it.
3. When the chickpeas are very tender, adjust the
seasoning. I like to puree this Spanish-style soup, which
makes it so smooth and rich you’ll swear there’s cream in
it, but you can skip that step and serve it rustic style.
Carefully puree the soup in batches in a blender or in the
pot with an immersion blender. (You can make the soup
ahead to this point. Refrigerate for up to 2 days or freeze
for months; gently reheat it before proceeding.)
4. Serve garnished with the almonds and parsley.





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