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Published by Temple Solel, 2020-09-02 12:38:18

September 2020 Pathfinder

September 2020 Pathfinder

The Value of Community

Most of us first learned about a strange new Community gives us strength, love, and support to handle
these times. There’s a hunger for Jews to be together and
virus back in February 2020. Of course, no one to be part of a sacred Congregational Community, a
knew how far reaching it would become, and community that creates meaning and joy.
just how much our lives would be affected,
turned upside down in fact. By March it had As you continue to support and nurture this Community by
become a major pandemic, COVID- 19. We renewing your membership and with your ongoing
were thrust in to changing our daily routines and work financial support, please know we value you as our Temple
habits. We had to rethink our travel, shopping, education Solel family. Your additional generosity and personal
protocols, as well as all of our social interactions. Initially support is very much appreciated. We rely on your
there were no guidelines, and of course, no rule books to support, enabling us to remain the strong Community you
follow. The world was forced to adjust. can turn to for your connections, friendships, celebrations
and comfort. We need your partnership more now than
Fast forward to the present. We at Temple Solel, sprung in ever. This support is vital to our future and will further
to action, bonded together, and along with continued sustain us as a Community. Thank you for committing to us
numerous Zoom and phone meetings, faced the ever as we work through these challenges together. We know
changing challenges head on! As a result of the we can count on you!
professionalism and commitment by our Clergy, Staff and
Lay Leadership, our regular programming and Just as you continue to commit to us, we will continue
communications have continued, almost seamlessly. A big committing to navigating new ways of bringing creative
thank you goes out to everyone involved in making that and innovative opportunities that create a sense of
happen. We remain sensitive to the needs of our belonging, a belonging to the Temple Solel Community.
congregation, and are focused on making sure we are
taking care of you, our congregants, and our spiritual On behalf of our Clergy, Temple Staff, and the Board of
family. This is what your Community does. We take care of Trustees, we thank you for your continued support. These
one another. We will continue to work hard to ensure we challenges will bring us together even more and
provide the opportunities that nourish your spiritual and strengthen our bonds.
religious needs. We will continue to check in with you,
deliver meals, and offer various help needed, in as many Our High Holidays will look different this year. Our Clergy
ways possible. and Staff are working extra hard planning very special
experiences for Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur. You will
We’ve all had to learn new ways of communicating with see new and creative ways to celebrate within our homes.
each other. We’re in new territory. I’m excited to say our Please watch for additional communications as details
congregational support for these adjusted virtual moves unfold. I look forward to sharing the High Holidays with all
has been phenomenal. We thank you for your continued of you.
support as we weather these uncertain times together.
We have a lot to be thankful for. We have each other and From the Feldberg Family to your Family, Shana Tova u’
a solid Community that will continue to lift and comfort Metukah.
each other.
Best wishes for a sweet New Year of Blessing, Health and
Being connected to a greater cause, something bigger than Peace.
ourselves, can help us with the many challenges we
sometimes find ourselves facing. Being connected to Doreen Feldberg

Temple Solel President

THE MISSION OF TEMPLE SOLEL IS TO BE A VIBRANT, INCLUSIVE AND
ENGAGED REFORM COMMUNITY, GROUNDED IN RELATIONSHIPS AND DEEDS,

AND ELEVATED BY SHABBAT AND TORAH.

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The “Go To” List at Temple Solel

Call Temple Solel at 480.991.7414 and refer to extensions below.

Birthdays/Anniversary Information ........... Joan Giannini [email protected] ext. 127
Building Rental/Facilities............................ Jacquelyn [email protected].. ext. 128
K’hilot......................................................... Jacquelyn [email protected].. ext. 128
Committee Participation............................ Jacquelyn [email protected].. ext. 128
Donations................................................... Joan Giannini [email protected] ext. 127
Dues Adjustments...................................... Peter [email protected]... ext. 124
Dues Payments/ Billing Issues.................... Joan Giannini [email protected] ext. 127
Illness/Caring Community.......................... Jelena [email protected] ext. 126
Meeting Scheduling/Calendar ................... Jacquelyn [email protected].. ext. 128
Membership............................................... Peter [email protected]... ext. 124
Pathfinder Questions ................................. Peter [email protected]... ext. 124
The Solel Preschool.................................... Mary Ann [email protected] ............. ext. 163
Rabbinic Scheduling ................................... Jelena [email protected] ext. 126
Raker Religious School ............................... Tobee Waxenberg [email protected] ......... ext. 123
Volunteers.................................................. Jacquelyn [email protected].. ext. 128
Yahrzeit Information .................................. Jelena [email protected] ext. 126

WELCOME NEW MEMBERS KOL HAKAVOD/MAZEL TOV

 Allan and Barbara Friedman  Avery Crossman, temple member and President of the Board
 Helene Weitzenkorn
at Home Fur Good, a no-kill animal shelter in North Phoenix. Avery
was recently featured in the June/July issue of the Phoenix magazine
as a “Do-Gooder” for her work in animal advocacy.

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Temple Solel
Journey through the High Holy Days

2020 - 5781

Elul, Selichot, Rosh Hashanah, Ten Days of Repentance, Yom Kippur, Sukkot, & Simchat Torah

Dear Temple Solel Family,

In the pages to follow are Temple Solel’s Journey through the High Holy Days, 2020-5781. As our biblical ancestors conceived in Torah, and
the rabbis elaborated, there is more to the High Holy Days than Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur. The full arc of the High Holy Days stretches from
Elul through Simchat Torah. While New Year’s and the Day of Atonement are our primary destination, the steps that lead to the destination and our
focus after we leave, are equally important. Allow that full arc to strengthen the divine spark in your soul and to sustain you on the holy journey
ahead.

Elul: The month of Elul is filled with pearls. We will receive daily offerings reinforced by four weekly themes, summoned by the call of the shofar.
Tuesday’s Meditation will direct our breath around those themes of God, Love, Understanding, and Listening. Wednesday’s Lunch & Learn, taught
by master teacher and Israeli tour educator Uri Feinberg, will invite us to reflect as Americans through the lens of the State of Israel. Each
Friday, our clergy team will offer a Shabbat video message in words and music. And on September 12 Rabbi Stiel will lead a special Selichot
program, followed by a comforting Selichot service inviting us to seek and extend forgiveness.

Tzedakah: As we think of others by offering tzedakah before entering the sanctuary, so do we approach the holidays by giving to the most
vulnerable in our community with our High Holy Days Food Drive. Giving to others enriches ourselves.

Services: We have engaged a professional production company to enhance the congregation’s virtual experience for Rosh Hashanah and Yom
Kippur. To ensure security, everyone must register for access to services. Multiple camera angles and enhanced sound will bring you closer to
the live clergy and musicians. You can follow the written prayers on a split screen. Recordings made through the summer will allow you to hear
and see the choir, aliya honors, and special readings. Other than Yom Kippur afternoon no service will be longer than 75 minutes.

Contemplation and Mingling: Between services you may enjoy thoughtfully created transitions: community holiday greetings, Israel video tour
with Uri Feinberg, Israel photographs and music, and stunning nature footage from world-renowned cinematographer Louis Schwartzenberg,
accompanied by Cantorial Soloist Todd Herzog. On Rosh Hashanah afternoon and at the conclusion of Yom Kippur everyone can enjoy a “virtual
mingle” with clergy, staff, and fellow congregants.

Between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur is Aseret Yemei Teshuvah—the Ten Days of Repentance. Rabbi Steven Bob will lead a special Lunch &
Learn entitled “The Book of Jonah and the Meaning of Yom Kippur.”

Sukkot and Simchat Torah: The holidays of Sukkot and Simchat Torah follow Yom Kippur. Sukkot, with the temporary shelter of a sukkah, has
particular relevance this year. We have all experienced vulnerability and uncertainty and can feel grateful for all that sustains us, physically and
spiritually. Simchat Torah celebrates the lifeline of the Jews—Torah. We finish reading the Book of Deuteronomy, and immediately begin again with
Genesis, grounding ourselves in the sacred, eternal words of Judaism.

We look forward to travelling together on our Journey through the High Holy Days. May the New Year 5781 be filled with sweetness, good
health, and abundant blessings,

Rabbi John A. Linder Rabbi Debbie S. Stiel Cantorial Soloist Todd Herzog

Peter Pishko, Executive Director Doreen Feldberg, President

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“New Year’s Resolution”
at Torah Study

Every Voice, Every Vote This month in Torah Study, we celebrate the holiday of
Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year. A common custom
The Reform Movement’s 2020 is to make New Year’s resolutions. We think of all the
Civic Engagement Campaign mitzvot that we currently don’t do, but would like to do,
and promise to perform them in the new year.
Arizona General Election Deadlines:
 October 5, 2020 Curiously, though, in my summer reading, I found another
approach to this custom. Instead of wishing for the things
Voter Registration Deadline we’re not doing, we could acknowledge and appreciate
 October 7, 2020 the things we already do. They are holy, too. In “The
Language of Truth” (1998), the Hasidic master Sefat Emet
First day for counties to mail ballots to voters advises us to focus on the normal activities of daily life and
(and first day of in-person early voting) identify the secret mitzvot hidden within them. “Every
 October 23, 2020 activity contains a mitzvah, a holy deed that God wants us
Last day to request a ballot-by-mail or sign up for PEVL to do,” he says. “Holiness is everywhere.”
 October 27, 2020
Recommended deadline to mail back your ballot When we go for a walk, for example, or open the mail, or
 November 3, 2020 brush our teeth, we are doing a mitzvah. When we sit at
Election Day - All ballots must be received by 7:00 pm work, or watch TV, or take a nap, we are doing a mitzvah.
Register to Vote—Deadline is October 5 The trick is to continually ask ourselves: “What mitzvah am
https://servicearizona.com/VoterRegistration/ I doing right now? What positive thing is happening right
selectLanguage now? How am I helping myself or others in this blessed
https://azsos.gov/elections/voting-election/register-vote- moment?”
or-update-your-current-voter-information
We normally think of mitzvot as specific actions listed in
Permanent Early Voting List (PEVL) the Torah. But the word “mitzvah” describes a person’s
Easy to follow instructions for getting on the PEVL: mental state, more than their actions, writes Martin Buber
https://azsos.gov/node/1172 in “The Way of Man” (1966). “A mitzvah arises when we
For Maricopa County residents: perform, with holy intent, any task belonging to our daily
https://recorder.maricopa.gov/PermEvSignup/ duties,” he says. “Any natural act, if hallowed, leads to
God.” On Rosh Hashanah, let us resolve to appreciate the
Moving? beauty in all that we do. We can call this custom Jewish
mindfulness, or Jewish mitzvah-ness!
If you’re moving or have just recently moved, please take
a moment to notify the temple office so that we may Torah Study meets virtually every Saturday morning at
update our records. This would include any change of 9:00 am. See eNUZ for Zoom link and info. Please join us!
email or contact phone information. Please email
[email protected] or call 480.991.7414. Thanks! Matthew Kozinets

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Valley Beit Midrash

SEPTEMBER EVENTS

39 Ways to Repair the World!
September 1, 8, 15, 22, 29 @ 10:00 am
by Rabbi Dr. Shmuly Yanklowitz
In celebration of Rabbi Shmuly's 39th birthday, he is going to teach the 39 melachot
over the coming year (1 per week for 39 weeks). Each session will be between 15-20
minutes long on Tuesdays. He’ll teach the 39 Shabbat Channels from philosophical &
theological perspectives. Each of the 39 can move us toward a deeper realization of
these 39 dimensions of Shabbat rejuvenation in order that we can bring about 39
strengthened ways to repair and heal the world

SCHOLARS’ CIRCLE – Here All Along Concealed – Memoir of a Jewish/Iranian
September 8 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm Daughter Caught Between the Chador
by Sarah Hurwitz and America
Facilitated by Judi Gottschalk September 10 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Virtual event facilitated by Elana Storch

Tears and Laughter: The Spiritual and SCHOLARS’ CIRCLE – As A Driven Leaf
Emotional Journey Through the September 15 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
High Holidays by Milton Steinberg
September 9 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm Facilitated by Anita Gutkin
Presented by Estelle Frankel

All events listed above are presented by Valley Beit Midrash. For full event description,
including cost, please visit www.valleybeitmidrash.org/upcoming-events.

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Turning a Temple Into a TV Studio
T his New Year is unlike any other we have
Aliyot

ever experienced. Under normal We are creating possibilities for congregants to receive the

circumstances, we look forward to this time of honor of reciting the blessing before reading Torah. This

the year to reconnect with those we have not will be accomplished through cell phone recordings and

seen for awhile. We return from the places we have gone video editing, but members will still be with us.

during the year (physically, emotionally, spiritually) and Family Greetings
come back to a place that feels like home. This year, that Our families will have a chance to send in a virtual ‘hello’ to
will take a different form. Instead of hugging one another in the whole congregation and we will create a moving slide
the sanctuary, we will be coming together virtually to show that will play throughout the holidays.
experience community. I wonder if this is how the Israelites

felt that first year after the temple was destroyed. How Live Streaming

could they experience that same sense of togetherness, of Rabbi Linder, Rabbi Stiel and I will be on the bimah (in a
bonding of spirituality without being in ’the place’ that they socially distant way) and we will be joined by a small

had always gathered? musical ensemble, featuring our accompanist John

We are fortunate in the sense that we have technology that Massaro, upright bass player, Mike King and percussionist
at least allows us to participate in one way or another in this
year’s celebration. I’d like to give you a little ‘behind-the- Todd Chuba. Services will be a combination of live, in real-
scenes’ look at what we’ve been preparing in order to keep time, prayer and music and pre-recorded pieces as
us all connected. referenced above. We are bringing in a professional audio
video company to give you the best possible sense of
actually being in the room in a high-quality and accessible way.

Choir Of course, all of this does not replace simply being
Our friends and professional singers in the choir have been together. Technology is wonderful, but it does not replace
coming in one by one to record their parts for a number of human contact. We are looking forward to the day when it
is safe once again for us to gather in our own space and to
the traditional High Holy Day pieces. We’ve contracted a
videographer and an audio engineer to put together these welcome each of you home again. In the meantime, we are
pieces so that we don’t have to go without those familiar wishing you a very sweet and spiritual New Year.
melodies.
In Song,

Todd Herzog

Cantorial Soloist

SEPTEMBER ANNIVERSARIES

Howard Abrams and Jodie Labowitz....20 yrs Paul and Deborah Miller ..................... 49 yrs
Jeff and Laura Beraznik ........................23 yrs Danny and Erica Openden................... 14 yrs
Josh and Suzy Berkowitz ......................19 yrs Frank and Rae Rader ........................... 39 yrs
Jay and Lois Berman ............................59 yrs Andrew and Jules Rafal ....................... 15 yrs
Bruce Berey and Wendy Blum ...............8 yrs Gil and Harriet Rosen .......................... 56 yrs
Neal and Jennifer Bookspan ................17 yrs Freeman and Shirley Rosenblum......... 61 yrs
Joel and Linda Bramoweth...................37 yrs Mark and Mary Schubert .................... 35 yrs
Bob Cohen and Dottie Braun-Cohen......6 yrs Joe and Rana Schwartz........................ 66 yrs
Larry and Margo Fink ...........................20 yrs Stuart and Robin Seiler........................ 64 yrs
Erik and Mia Goldenson.......................22 yrs Rob and Lisa Speck .............................. 26 yrs
Don and Sandy Hurwitz .......................63 yrs Mark and Barbara Stern ...................... 36 yrs
Keith and Judy Josephson ....................39 yrs Richard and Suzanne Swift .................. 42 yrs
Mal and Jane Jozoff..............................26 yrs Aaron and Diana Turk.......................... 57 yrs
Rick and Kathy Klein.............................39 yrs Randy and Terri Udelman.................... 18 yrs
Barry Krumholz and Carolyn Pettit.......25 yrs Jim and Vivian Ullman ......................... 50 yrs
Andy and Nan Langowitz .....................35 yrs Chuck and Shari Warshaver ................ 34 yrs
Matt and Patty Lernor..........................36 yrs Erwin and Barbara Weinstein.............. 58 yrs
Larry and Evie Lieberman ....................59 yrs Brett and Cheri White ......................... 14 yrs
Brian Lipner and Michelle Laiss............12 yrs Shane Worthy and Isiah Tso.................. 8 yrs
Peter and Annie Mathisen ...................11 yrs

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The Solel Preschool

As I write this article, I am amazed at how Since many of us are working from home and/or having
virtual learning with our children, enjoy and bond over
our world has changed. This is usually a time breakfast.
when school is starting and we are getting
ready for the High Holy Days. We are still We have an opportunity to get to know neighbors.
preparing, but everything will look a little
different this year. It is appropriate that on Some of us get to go to work in our pajamas.
Rosh Hashanah we talk about new beginnings with new
opportunities to rebuild and reconnect with people. We One of our sons had to move back “home” because of
set new goals and reevaluate our lives and what is really COVID and this has given Pete and I an opportunity to get
important in our own little sphere. to know him as an adult. What a gift.

COVID has given us an opportunity to deepen family bonds Life as we know it has shifted to a more virtually
and strengthen family relationships. We have had to connected version that makes this global crisis a little less
acquire better problem-solving skills and learn to better scary. The rise of the Coronavirus helped a lot of people
cope with change. Here are some suggested ways to find realize that they shared common humanity that unites
the positives in this new COVID world. them in times like these. Ironically, our social “distancing”
is, paradoxically, a kind of unity—an altruistic form of
Pick up the phone and call someone you haven’t talked to collective action aimed at stopping the spread.
in a while. We can reach out and show support and
connect with people we know and love which is important Let us try to find the positive gifts of COVID and enjoy the
during this stressful time. Calling gives us a chance to take new opportunities available since we have to get through
a break from social media and do things the “old way.” this together.

We can take time to read daily, giving quiet time to relax Shana Tova,
for both kids and parents.
Mary Ann Bloom

Take time to play and have fun. Director of Early Childhood Education

Raker Religious School

What is Fairness? “That's not fair!” Yes, we Today, a goal for many young people is fairness; to make
the world a fairer place for all. I see that in many of our
have all heard the saying “life is not fair.” Why students. They want to learn about other cultures,
do we want things to be fair? What does understand choices people make and defend the right of
fairness mean? humans to make choices. So many of our students accept,
include, and support others. I see it in their behaviors and
According to “The Hero in Me,” fairness is in their words. We should be proud of our young people,
treating all people with respect in ways that show we they are putting fairness in action!
value them and recognize their humanity. As Jews, this
concept is deep within our soul. As Ruth Bader Ginsburg Mark your calendar for September 13, 9:30-11:00am.
stated, “the demand for justice, for peace, for Drive through our parking lot, hear the Shofar and drop off
enlightenment, runs through the entirety of Jewish your food donations for Vista del Camino. It is a good way
tradition.” to start the New Year!

Back in the day, when women were not allowed to attend L’Shalom,
a military academy, Title 1X for girls was not in play. When
some of the prestigious schools of higher learning had Tobee Waxenberg
quotas, people, because of skin color or location of their
home, found it a challenge to vote, civil rights for all was Director of Raker Religious School
not for all. In addition, there was no LGBTQ community,
fairness was just a word. We heard the word but few acted
on it or knew how to act.

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Thank You! Temple Solel Endowment Foundation

Volunteer Recognition Securing Our Future | September 2020

Volunteers are an essential part of Temple Solel. We would like The Importance of Giving
to thank the following volunteers for their time and efforts:
Fellow congregants, these are difficult times for our
Birthday Calls Nancy Weinstein country and community. All institutions have been
Arlene Bonime Gail Zucker affected, including Temple Solel. Our synagogue is heavily
dependent on dues to sustain our program. If there is any
Knitting for a Purpose Magen Masks hiccup in the economy or even the slightest downward
Arlene Bonime Toby Gerst trend in membership, the Temple must scramble to make
Carol Brillman Debbie Seplow ends meet. But there is one and only one institution that
Jill Loebel Jane Marks can place our synagogue on a more secure footing and
Beverly Nathan Esther Zack even out the economic crises that are a part of life, and
Margie Rahilly Ted Kort that is our own Temple Solel Endowment Foundation.
Beth Sennett Stephen Gerst
Judy Sirkis Aimee Rabich A fellow Jew mentioned that our Jewish community is so
Debbie Smith Janet Kraus fragmented, and the requests for funding in these difficult
Lisa Trotta times have emanated from so many institutions, that it is
difficult to know what to do. Weighing priorities is a must.
Would you like to volunteer at some point in the future? When that is fairly done, contributing to the synagogue
We’d love to have you! Email [email protected], and we’ll and its Foundation should head the list. The synagogue has
add you to our volunteer email list for upcoming opportunities. always been the center of Jewish life. Our passion for
justice, our desire for prayer and song, our need for
Art @ Solel communion with fellow Jews, and our quest to educate
our children—all of these things are given life in the
New Artwork Received from Members synagogue. Without it, there can be no repository for
Jewish thought and Jewish ideals. Our faith depends on its
The Art @ Solel Committee is pleased to announce the existence.
acceptance of artwork for the temple archives from Judy
and Alan Max and Ann Malofsky. The Maxes donated The Board of Trustees of the Foundation asks for your help
three lithographs by the batik artist Goldfarb depicting so that the synagogue is well endowed, and can meet any
Jewish events. Ann Malofsky donated a lithograph by challenge and allay the anxiety of the moment and future
David Sharir titled Isaiah 1. The Art @ Solel Committee is financial worries. Each and every one of us should give,
responsible for considering any proposed art donations to even a small amount, because the end of that gift is our
the temple using the criteria of value to our collection, future and the sustainment of our wonderful tradition.
appropriateness as Judaica and condition of the work. Any
questions should be directed to [email protected] In last month’s Pathfinder, Jim Moss laid out guidelines as
to how a contribution can be rendered more palatable
Discretionary Fund because of our tax laws. You should consult your financial
Contributions and tax advisor. But whatever you give and through
whatever means, please give. You will be a part of a cause
Temple Solel thanks everyone for their continued much bigger than yourself and that cause will reverberate
generosity and support of our clergy staff through for generations.
contributions made to their individual discretionary
fund accounts. To avoid any confusion, we ask that you To learn more, email [email protected] or
be sure to include the intended rabbi’s full name in the contact Peter Pishko, Executive Director, 480.991.7414,
memo portion of your check and/or on any who will connect you with a Foundation Board member for
correspondence that accompanies your contribution. further follow up.

Thank you! With appreciation,

Rick Bistrow

Board Member

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Contributions We appreciate the thoughtfulness of those who support Temple Solel by remembering and
honoring their friends and loved ones through their generous contributions.

Cantorial Soloist Todd Herzog’s  In memory of Skip Feinstein. Sorry for  In memory of Marc Kranitz
your loss—May Skip’s memory forever Joan Kranitz
Discretionary Fund be a blessing
James and Allison Collins  In memory of Nort. Thank you for the
 In memory of Nort Remes. My heartfelt beautiful, joyful service.
condolences.  In memory of Andy Seplow Joanie Remes
Bob Wallace Judy Seplow
 In memory of Robert Schlemmer
 In memory of David Eichner  In memory of Debora Zugravu Mal and Jane Jozoff
Bonnie Miller and Family Linda Montgomery
 This is to celebrate our 57th
 In memory of Charls Bolno  In memory of Mr. Efim Bridagier anniversary!
Gary and Phyl Bolno Ludmila Brigadir Marshall and Lesley Lustgarten

 In memory of Betty Weiner  In memory of Sara B. Kanefsky  In memory of Jean Lerner
Jerry Weiner Mark and Karen Kanefsky Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Lerner

 A doantion has been made by  In memory of Irvin McGrew  In memory of Larry Schwartz
Joanie Remes Marney Field Sandy Schwartz

 In memory of Howard  In honor of Paul Galbut  We appreciate your words on our
Ken and Barbara Love and Martin and Cynthia Galbut solemn occasion. Thank you.
Jerry Weiner The Feinsteins
 In memory of Frederick Schwartz
 Thank you for your participation at Peter and Dana Powell Rabbi Stiel’s Discretionary Fund
Skip’s online Shiva. Music is the answer
and you have the gift.  In memory of Arthur S Cowen  Welcome Rabbi Stiel
Marcia Feinstein Philip and Gloria Cowen Abbey and Toby Goldberg

 In memory of Nort Remes, husband of  In memory of, my father,  In memory of Charls Bolno
Joanie Remes Morris Rothstein Gary and Phyl Bolno
Sheldon and Bonnie Levitt Shirley Rosenblum
 Welcome, Rabbi Stiel toTemple Solel
Caring Community Fund  In memory of Philip Mobell and our community.
Terry and Deb Rochford Gerald Weiner
 In memory of Rose Seer Cohen
Arlene Bonime Prayerbook Fund The Solel Preschool Fund

Dr. Gerald Becker Adult  In memory of Betty Weiner  In memory of our dear brother,
Barbara Love Gerald Wlody
Education Fund Sandy and Ginger Wlody
 In memory of Nort Remes
 A donation was made by Joyce Kaplan Temple Solel Hardship Relief Fund
Arnold and Judith Hoffman
Rabbi Linder’s Discretionary Fund  In memory of Norma Power
Endowment Fund Ken and Barbara Love
 In memory of Skip Feinstein
 In memory of Sydney Crossman Adam and Cynthia Brooks  In memory of Bea Duboe
Avery Crossman Lesley Lustgarten
 In memory of Rochelle Alpert. May the
General Fund favorable memories of the sunshine she  In memory of Jerome Fanger. We’re so
brought into many lives radiate forever. sorry for your loss and we wish you
 In memory of Louis Heavenrich Arnie Alpert peace and comfort in the coming days
Barbara Neuman and months. May your father’s memory
 In memory of Mrs. Martha Reiser. be for a blessing as he was a blessing
 In memory of Jerome Lipman Beloved wife of Lloyd Reiser. Loving to you.
Bonnie Levitt mother of Jody Reiser. Grandmother of Marcia and Matt Benjamin
Michelle and Jordan Riffer
 In memory of Edward Marcus and Ernie Riffer  In memory of my father, Harry Rosen
Esthel Macey Martin and Rollie Rosen
Cynthia Marcus  I’m glad to have attended Norton’s
Memorial Service, so beautiful. My Tzedakah Fund
 In memory of Helens Maier, Rosa deepest condolences.
Hirsch, Emil Maier, Friedericke Suessel, Ethelyn Cohen  In honor of Rabbi Debbie Stiel joining
Emma Zellerbach, Marvin Covinsky, the Solel community
Hannah Hirsch, and Milton Hirsch  In appreciation of giving me the honor Ken and Barbara Love
Florence Covinsky of doing the Kiddush, Friday night. In
honor of my new grandaughter, Tal. Donations received after
 In memory of Jeanette Laster Freeman and Shirley Rosenblum
Gary and Phyl Bolno July 31, 2020 will be printed in the
 In memory of Charls Bolno
Gary and Phyl Bolno next issue of the Pathfinder.

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Yahrzeits

Kaddish will be recited on Erev Shabbat on the following dates:

September 4, 2020 September 18, 2020

Yehuda Breslow Glen Kirsch Milton Seligman Harold Banen Harold Jacobs Lawrence Reich
Ezabella Brigadir Fannye Kottle Elizabeth Shapiro Saul Barkov Tara Katz Lorin Rosenberg
Jake Brustin Harry Kreitzer Claire Silk Elmer Becker Rita Lee Harry F. Salomon
Hillel Clemons Libby Lanson Kathleen Solon Al Cohen Herbert Lipner Walter Seligman

Harry Epstein Kelvin Levitt Robert Speisman Maurice Cohen Harold Morris Greta Sharp
Arnold Fine Mary Anne Heidi Beth Swartz Armida Danoff Bonnie Olson Diane Shatz
Mona Friefield Louchheim Ida Towbin Evelyn Friedman Yetta Perlmutter Bernyce Sherman
Gerald Frumess Norma Melny Martin Wales J. Allan Garner Irving Petshaft Janice Speck
Jeanette Galst Goldie Micay John Washburn Samuel Greenbaum Sadie Petshaft Morris Spierer
Ruth Grey Phillip Miller Benjamin Weinberg Harry Greenberg Rosalie Polakof Annette Strauss
Alex Hamburg Jean Moss Henry Winkelman Max Hammerman Daniel Razansky Gertrude Zweig

Arie Hanin Victor Nufeld Max Wlody Louis Hyman
Louis Hartstein Joan Reif Hyman Zitomer
Sidney Hausman Arlene Rosenson Sarah Zychick
Larry Katzman
Florence Kessler

September 11, 2020 September 25, 2020

Herbert Berman Mary Hersch Marvin Rosenberg Gregg Alpert Esther Givant Beatrice Perlo
Ada Bistrow William Kessler Rebecca Rudin Abraham Baum Klara Glaser Jeffrey Propper
Harold Blechman Yetta Klein Harvey Rutman Ed Benson Milton Green Isadore Rader
Irvin Bolno Celia Linder Sadye Schimberg Abraham Brust Joseph Hollander Dorie Rifkin

Sidney Edwards Rona Malofsky Sarah Schwimmer Ester Brust Anne Keller Bette Rosen
Hilda Gershman Larry Marton Allen Sweet Lawrence Buchman Louis Klein Harold Rutchick
Lawrence Gordon Bella Miller Ellen Tucker Lena Budd Maurice Klugman Bernard Siegelman
Helen Greenfield Flora Milstein Alan Webber Pearl Chozen Pauline Levine Grace Spencer
Barbara Guggenheimmer Elizabeth Moretsky Louis Weistrich Alfred Cohen Frank Levine Rose Starr
Clara Hanover Joseph Nussbaum Janet Wemple Samuel Cohen Marie Mendel Jerome Starr
Miriam Hass Laura Anne Phillips Dolores Wilkins Harriet Feinstein Rose Minkin James Waxenberg

Hilda Henig Edna Pindler Lillian Zessar Eula Fister Ida Odell Frank G. Weinberg
Morris Freedland Lorene Ohsman Martin Weiss

Condolences

We Mourn the Loss of:

 Martin Fishgold, husband of Valerie Fishgold
 Shirley Dubow, companion of Sonny Elfant



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Temple Solel
Gift Shop News

Our Gift Shop is one of the best-kept Published by and for the members of Temple Solel
secrets in the valley. Come and see what September 2020
we have to offer—items change with the
Jewish holidays and seasons. Rabbi John A. Linder [email protected] x.122 Rabbi
Rabbi Debbie Stiel [email protected] x.131 Rabbi
We have Bar and Bat Mitzvah presents, Todd Herzog [email protected] x.136 Cantorial Soloist
amazing tallitot from Israel at different Rabbi Maynard W. Bell Rabbi Emeritus
price points, and much more.
Executive Committee & Trustees
Don’t forget baby gifts, wedding presents
and even a beautiful mezzuzah. We also Doreen Feldberg .................................................................................................... President
have jewelry to meet your every want and Rae Rader................................................................Executive Vice President - Social Action
need and lovely hostess gifts. Stephen Slogoff.............................................................................Vice President - Accounts
Larry Fink ................................................................. Vice President - Trustee Development
The Gift Shop is open several times during Lauren Brown.............................................................................. Vice President - Education
the week. Please call the temple office at Larry Cohen...............................................................Vice President - Facilities and Security
480.991.7414 before you stop in so that Brian Weinberger.........................................................Vice President - Legal and Contracts
we may be able to assist you. Bobbi Moss ............................................................................................................ Secretary
Phil Hawkes............................................................................................................Treasurer

Madelaine Berg Lisa Lerner TSTY Co-presidents:
Bettina Chow Robert Lipson Ariel Eisen
Eve Danoff Eric Mininberg Drew Kolber
Judy Gold Howard Rosen

Return Policy Administrative Staff

The temple will cheerfully accept any Peter Pishko [email protected] x.124 Executive Director
returns for store credit only. Jacquelyn Null Engagement Specialist
Thank You! Tobee Waxenberg [email protected] x.128 Director of Raker Rel. School
Elis Legler Raker Religious School Coord.
Torah Portions/Candle Lighting Times Noni Clark [email protected] x.123
Joan Giannini Controller
Sept. 4/Ki Tavo/Deut. 26:1-29:8/6:31pm Jelena Santiago [email protected] x.121 Office Manager
Sept. 11/Nitzvaim-Vayelech/Deut. 29:9-31:30/6:21pm Mary Ann Bloom Executive Assistant
Sept. 18/Erev Rosh Hashanah/Gen. 21:1-34/6:12pm Sonya Placencia [email protected] x.125 Director of Early Childhood Ed.
Sept. 25/Ha’azinu/Deut.32:1-52/6:02pm Kathleen Manahan Preschool Billing & Office Asst.
Alberto Mena [email protected] x.127 Education Assistant
Vojo Stanisic Facility Manager
[email protected] x.126
Custodian
[email protected] x.163

[email protected] x.135

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[email protected] x.129

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