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I was sitting in my home office trying to figure out what the topic of my Beth El News Article would be this
month, so I typed in “Congregation Beth El” in Google and looked at what entries came up. The Website
below, maintained by DVRBS, Inc. is one of the many that came up. The website includes a history of
Camden, including our shul dating back to its origins in 1920, with newspaper clippings and memorabilia,
along with a narrative on Beth El’s history through the years.
http://www.dvrbs.com/Camden-religion/CamdenNJ-CongregationBethEl.htm
At times, during my tenure on the Board of Beth El, I wondered how does one go about starting a shul? On the website, you can
see the founders of our shul and their story.
“On October 3, 1920, a meeting was held in Mr. Natal's law office for the purpose of organizing
a new congregation in Camden. The twenty-five men present included Harry Barroway, Dr. Otto
Reiter, Reuben Pinsky and Manny Pearl. Each of the latter four contributed fifteen dollars and
the dream became real.”
Today we are 900(+) plus families strong…, I can’t imagine our founders ever envisioned that!
I laughed when I saw the newspaper article describing the 60’ x 60’ foot synagogue described as the “largest and prettiest” in
South Jersey with a cost of $75,000. Having been integral in the construction of our new home, it’s safe to say it cost a lot more
than $75,000!
Back in 1925, they called our newsletter the Beth El Elite, the name may have been different, but as you can see on the website;
the shul had programming and activities similar to what we have today. In 1945, the annual dues were $25 per year, “but many
congregants voluntarily increased their dues to $50”. Any congregants who would like to voluntarily double their current dues,
should call Hanina Ruttenberg in the Beth El office.
In 1957, Beth El's Religious School received the United Synagogue's Solomon Schecter Award. Our Religious School
has continued to flourish today and has received numerous awards and honors under the leadership of Yaffa Fuchs.
When reading through the 1957 history, I came across this little fact:
“Mrs. Joseph Ostrov (Geraldine) became Sisterhood President.
Milton Sternberg succeeded Joseph Markowitz as President of the Men's Club.”
This really hit home for me, although Milt is no longer with us, I came to know and respect him through my years
on the Board. Recently, I came to know Mrs. Ostrov who came over to me during the high holidays and introduced
herself. I always heard her distinctive voice in shul, but now I was able to put together a name with that wonderful
voice.
In 1960, Rabbi Furman joined Beth El to head our Religious School from Buffalo, New York. As an aside, in Buffalo,
Rabbi Furman was friendly with my wife, Barbra’s Uncle Leibish, after whom my son Jared is named.
That same year, a young lawyer, M. Zev Rose became the first President of Young Associates. Zev continues to
provide advice to the leadership of Beth El over fifty years later.
This to me is the true meaning of L’dor V’Dor. Congregation Beth El is not the bricks and mortar we are housed in, but
the community of Jewish principles and values we have created and passed from generation to generation since our
founding that October day in 1920.
I hope that fifty years from now, a future Beth El President will be writing an article similar to this one in the Beth El
News looking back at the current leaders of our synagogue and thanking them for the pathways they have put in place
for the future.
L’Dor V’Dor!
See you in Shul!
Allen
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President’s Message
Allen Wilen 
Beth El News Page 3

BETH EL WELCOMES BACK CONGREGANTS
 WHO RECENTLY RETURNED FROM ISRAEL
 Helene and Alan Blumenfeld
 Barbara & Martin Brodack
 Sharla & Mort Kanovsky
 Stephen & Gladys Krulik
 Merle & Fred Linden
 Louis Ruttenberg
 Judy & Len Simkin
 Sondra & Aaron Wolf
If you have recently returned from a trip to Israel,
please let our office know.
Email Bhirn@bethelsnj.org or call 856-675-1166 x407
Beth El Family
(as of November 21, 2011)
SPEEDY RECOVERY:
Tillie Sternberg, Nancy Lubars, Elaine Rosenthal,
Cheryl Hanover
B’NAI MITZVOT:
Jodi & Ed Abrams on the Bat Mitzvah of their daughter,
Samantha
Jennifer & Jeffrey Apell on the Bar Mitzvah of their son,
Zachary
Merle & Ken Glass on the Bar Mitzvah of their grandson,
Benjamin Caleb Felsen
Lori & Phillip Godorov on the Bat Mitzvah of their daughter,
Brooke
Maria & Scott Lakernick on the B’nai Mitzvah of their children,
Marlee & Phillip
Sheila & Louis Lenoff on the Bar Mitzvah of their son, Holden
Norman Lepow on the Bar Mitzvah of his grandson,
Zachary Apell
Judy & Donald Love on the Bat Mitzvah of their granddaughter,
Abby Budman
Beth & Cory Miller on the Bat Mitzvah of her daughter,
Alexis Miller
Ellen Podell on the Bat Mitzvah of her granddaughter,
Melanie Raush
Nicole & Andrew Poulshock on the Bat Mitzvah of their
daughter, Emma
Sheryl & Richard Schweitzer on the Bat Mitzvah of their
daughter, Danielle
Tami & Roy Steinberg on the Bar Mitzvah of their son, Nadiv
Ira Wechsler & Kelly Wechsler on the B’nai Mitzvah of their
children, Grace and Gavin
Laura & Alan Wechsler on the B’nai Mitzvah of their grandchildren,
Grace & Gavin Wechsler
Estine & Richard Wells on the B’not Mitzvah of their grandchildren,
Taylor Wells and Jordan Wells.
BIRTHS:
Marni & Scott Falk on the birth of their daughter, Saige Marin
Sharla & Mort Kanovsky on the birth of their granddaughter,
Bella Lynn Richter
Judie & Steven Kuhl on the birth of their granddaughter,
Julianna DiMedio
ENGAGEMENTS/MARRIAGES:
Rose Weber on the marriage of her grandson, Jacob to
Rachel Halpern
CONDOLENCES TO:
Jennifer Apell on the loss of her mother, Judie Lepow
Edith Bristol on the loss of her brother, Sol Aaron Hoffman
Herb Cohen on the loss of his brother, Alan
Dr. Larry Cohen on the loss of his mother, Bluhma Silverman
Rande Dubrow on the loss of her brother, Brad Morris
Annette Kaplan on the loss of her brother, Sol Aaron Hoffman
Nanci Epstein on the loss of her grandmother, Helen Levy
Joel Ettinger on the loss of his mother, Rose Ettinger
Norman Lepow on the loss of his wife, Judie
Goldie Markowitz on the loss of her father, Abraham
Wolkowitz
Ronni Reiner on the loss of her mother, Bernice Cohen
If Moses came back and visited Beth El
would he recognize the Judaism we practice
after all the changes we have made?

Consider the following story from the Talmud:
R’ Yehuda said in the name of Rav: When
Moshe ascended to the heavens, he saw Gd
sitting and tying (writing) crowns to the letters [of the Torah].
Moshe asked, “What’s the hold up [i.e., why can’t you give the
Torah as is]? Gd replied, “There’s a man who will be in the
future, after many generations, named Akiva b. Yosef (d.137CE)
who will find in every little crown and mounds of halachot
(laws).” Moshe said, “Master of the Universe, show him to me!”
Gd said, “Turn around.” Moses went and sat in the eighth row
of students in R’ Akiva’s class, but had no idea what they were
saying. His strength deflated. The class asked R’ Akiba about
a certain matter, “From what source do you know this?” He
replied, “It is a law transmitted to Moshe at Sinai.” Moshe’s
mind was put at ease. Moshe turned to Gd, “If you have someone
like this, why are you giving the Torah through me?” Gd
said, “Silence! This is the way I intended!”
(Babylonian Talmud, Menachot 29b).
Now this story was written nearly 1700 years ago and already
Moses had a hard time recognizing what Rabbi Akiva was
teaching since Jewish law had changed so much over time.
But, what do we make of Gd’s response to Moses? Why not
just give the Torah in its fully developed form as Moses asks?
Gd responds firmly by saying that the Torah is never really fully
developed; the traditions, the interpretations and even the laws
evolve over time.
But how does this process take place? How much change
is too much change? How does an evolving religious/legal
system maintain its integrity? What role do contemporary ethics
and morality have in influencing the direction in which such a
system evolves? How about theology? To what extent does
the non-Jewish world in which we live influence the evolution of
Jewish practice, law and society? Does it have the right to do
so? How do we strike the right balance?

These are some of the important questions Rabbi Elliot Dorff
will be addressing when he serves as our scholar in residence
during the last weekend in April. Rabbi Dorff, is Chair of
the Conservative Movement's Committee on Jewish Law and
Standards.
I am particularly interested in bringing Rabbi Dorff to Beth El
because his Torah, his teaching, has had a tremendous
influence over me and consequently over all of you, as I have
taken his theories and put them into practice. I firmly believe
that Beth El, like the Jewish People as a whole, must continue
to evolve. And yet, I do not believe in change for the sake
of change. Striking that balance is not easy, but understanding
the history and philosophy of Jewish law and practice is essential
to that task. Torah, the process of living in a meaningful
relationship with Gd, is never truly complete, but we are moving
the process along in the right direction. And, so I like to think
that if Moses came to visit on a Shabbos morning he would like
what he saw. He might feel at first like he felt in Rabbi Akiva’s
class, but pretty soon he’d feel right at home.
Rabbi Aaron Krupnick
If Moses Came to Shul 
Please Join Sisterhood for these Upcoming Events
Sisterhood Shabbat
January 21, 2012
 Services, Kiddush Lunch & Learning Session
with Tammy Arnow
 Please join us after the Kiddush lunch for a special
 discussion with Tammy Arnow: 12:30 – 2:00PM
Annual Party Showcase!
 Planning a Bar/Bat Mitzvah, Sweet 16 or Wedding?
 You won’t want to miss this fabulous Vendor Fair!
 DJ’s, Caterers, Photographers, Invitation Specialists,
 Florists, Balloons and so much more!
Congregation Beth EL Social Hall
March 25, 2012: 10:30 AM – 1:30PM

Dine & Study with Rabbi Krupnick
March 25, 2012 – Topic to be Determined
6:30PM
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 E-mail Address:_____________________________
 Please make your check out to: Cong Beth El Sisterhood
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Sisterhood of Congregation Beth El
offers programming
for women of all ages and stages of the life cycle.
 We offer:
 Z’havah programs for women in their 30’s and 40’s
 Educational Programming
 Social Action
 Game/Bingo nights
 Rosh Hodesh Study and Yoga
 Fundraising for our shul
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 Torah Fund Brunch/Cards to support the
 Jewish Theological Seminary
 And so much more….
Please join Sisterhood today!
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On November 6, 2011 the Sisterhoods of Congregation
Beth El, Temple Beth Sholom and Congregation
Ner Tamid came together at our fourth
collaborative Torah Fund Brunch, in support of
the educational institutions that prepare our Jewish
leaders and educators. Approximately 125
women gathered at Beth El to enjoy a delicious
meal and a heartwarming and meaningful program. The
theme of the morning was “L’Dor V’Dor….Generations of
Traditions”. We enjoyed listening to a presentation by Meredith
Jacobs, author of The Modern Jewish Mom’s Guide to
Shabbat. In addition, we honored all of our generations of
modern Jewish moms by paying special tribute to our own
very special Molly Furman, Helene Krupnick and Tammy Arnow.
Everyone in the audience was entertained and educated
about the programs, facilities and workings of the Seminary.
Thank you to all of the volunteers who made this event possible
and to all Torah Fund supporters.
The Torah Fund campaign was first launched in 1942 as a
scholarship fund. In 1963, it combined with the Mathilde
Schechter Resident Hall campaign that provided housing for
undergraduate JTS students. Since then, Torah Fund has
been a vital source of support for JTS and its students, raising
more than 66 million dollars. Women’s League has maintained
an ongoing commitment to Torah Fund and the future of
Conservative Judaism.
The women of Beth El’s Sisterhood can participate in Torah
Fund in many ways. Donations start at $18. A Special Gift
Donation of $180 takes you to the Benefactor level and entitles
you to this year’s beautiful Torah Fund pin and 36 special
occasion Torah Fund cards. You can contact Illene Rubin at
illenerubin@aol.com for information on becoming a Benefactor,
and Ann Miller at ALM4SP@aol.com or Barbara Sharofsky
at BTSEPA@aol.com for all other donations or information.

Torah Fund Cards are perfect for any occasion and can be
purchased for $4 each throughout the year at our Gift Shop or
by contacting one of our Torah Fund Secretaries:
Melody Taylor- #795- 0767, cht1947@comcast.net
Amy Rossano- #428-0309. amyrossano@gmail.com
Robin Rutberg, #482-0696, jeliro@comcast.net
Help us to preserve and promote a strong future for
Conservative Judaism by ensuring its future leaders.
Torah Fund needs your support.
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our newest members:
Daniel & Alicia Schwartz
Jared & Candice Zafran
I just want to inform you of a very special event
taking place at Beth El on March 28, 2012
from 7 - 10 PM.
We are calling it Camden Nite.
Since the original synagogue was in Camden,
there are a good number of people that I am
sure would like to see their old friends and
neighbors, so please join us and relive the
"Good Old Days".
We will have pictures and speakers and I hope
you will bring your old memories to share.
If you have any questions,
please give me a call.
Norma Kamis
856-662-7916
Social Action has a busy few months! In November,
we delivered 40 bags of stuffing to the Caring Hearts
Ministry. They cook a Thanksgiving feast for AIDS
patients and their families who otherwise
have no dinner. We also collected nonperishable
food for the Betsy & Peter
Fischer Food Pantry.
In December, we gathered toys for under
privileged children. We have a lot of opportunities for
everyone to get involved in Social Action. Look for the
monthly Mitzvah projects and join us in helping our
community!
Laurie Kolmins lkolmins@yahoo.com
Michele Miron mmiron@bayada.com

BETH EL WELCOMES BACK CONGREGANTS
WHO RECENTLY RETURNED FROM ISRAEL
Barbara & Martin Brodack
Sharla & Mort Kanovsky
Stephen & Gladys Krulik
Merle & Fred Linden
Judy & Len Simkin
Sondra & Aaron Wolf
If you have recently returned from a trip to Israel, please let
our office know! Email Bhirn@bethelsnj.org or call
856-675-1166 x407
WANT A SEDER?
Children/parents/family not going to be around for Pesach?
 Not quite up to making a Seder this Pesach?
GOT A SEDER!
We’re looking for Beth El congregants ready, willing
 and able to host one, two, or more at their Seder.
Yes, it’s early and you may not yet have all of your plans,
but when you know… as soon as you know… let us
know. If your looking
for a Seder, tell us which Seder(s) you need, how many
you are and if there are any dietary or transportation issues.
If you can host at one of your Seders, tell us how many you
can accommodate, whether your home is kosher, if you can
accommodate vegetarians and which Seder (first, second,
or both). We will do the rest – matchmaking and
arrangements.
If you WANT a Seder or GOT a Seder, email or call Michael
Blum, MichaelBlum@bethelsnj.org, (856) 675-1166. Be a
part of our Seder Connection. 
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For the 4th year Beth El
helped make a delicious
Thanksgiving dinner
for 300 children and their
families. Our generous
vendors donated the entire
meal. Betty the Caterer’s,
Peter Olster again provided
our kids with stuffing
wrapped white meat turkey
and gravy; Prestige Caterers
gave us 300 brownies and
300 cookies (Yum!);
Wegman’s provided the side
dishes and fruit cocktail;
Barry Caterers cooked the
dark meat turkey parts and
portioned out the meal in foil
pans for serving. The
Church provided hams,
which were a big hit with the
children.
Beth El again partnered
with Impacting Your World
Christian Center (they
bought our old shul),
providing us with ten (10)
servers along with thirteen
(13) Beth El members to
complete the cafeteria line
for dinner.
Our volunteers were:
Hanina Ruttenberg,
Shari Smith, Margie Blum,
Sharon Ruder, Barb Collik,
Lynne and Steve Paul,
Phyllis Pearl, Rande and
Ron Dubrow and Sam and
myself.
My sincere thanks and
appreciation to all.
Susan Asbell 

 Come One, Come All
 Singles, Divorced, Widows and Widowers
 Join us for Shabbat Services at Beth El

in the Chapel - FOLLOWED BY AN ONEG
 Meet singles from NJ, PA and Delaware.
No Synagogue Affiliation is needed.
This service is open to ALL single persons of ALL ages.
No reservations are required.
For info. contact: Norma Kamis (856) 662-7916
normatrack@verizon.net
 Friday
 January 20
 8 PM
Friday
 February 17
8 PM
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January 3, 10, 17, 24
Read Hebrew in 8 Weeks - Yaffa Fuchs
7PM - $36
Crash course in Hebrew reading. Basics of the alphabet, vowels and vocabulary.
January 18, February 15, March 28,
May 16 & June 12
Torah on Tap - Rabbi Noah Arnow
8:30PM - $$ TBD
Enjoy lively conversation about Torah while drinking a cold one.
 January 4 & 11
Pirkei Avot: Timeless Wisdom for the Modern Age IV
12 NOON - $36
The cornerstone of Jewish Ethics from the Talmudic Age gives advice you can use everyday.
January 12, March 15
Cooking with Chef Louis: A Taste of the Mediterranean Master Chef Louis Ruttenberg
7PM - $25 per session
If you love to cook and eat, then you don’t want to miss this series.
January 21
Sisterhood Shabbaton
NO FEE
Join your Beth El Sisters for a Shabbat of prayers, good food and spiritual growth. All are welcome!!!!
February 5
The Phil Podell memorial World Wide Wrap
Rabbi Noah Arnow
9AM
Join Men’s clubs around the world for a “how-to” service with Tallis and T’fillin for men and women.
February 26
Habonim Book Club
Amy Kaplan
10AM
Join us for a lively discussion of a Jewish short story with Beth El’s premiere librarian, Amy Kaplan.

January 17
1PM
Join us for a fabulous movie
As you enjoy refreshments as you sit back
& relax with new & old friends.
~~~~~~~~~~
THERE IS NO FEBRUARY MEETING
DUE TO THE WEATHER
For information or questions,
please call Isabel Rudolph (856) 751-2086 
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BECOME A JACOB'S LADDER MEMBER
 Help your Shul by becoming a member of
Jacob’s Ladder.
For an annual contribution of $1,000, you will be
entitled to premium seating at fund raisers, membership in one
of our arms (Men’s Club, Sisterhood, etc.),
waiver of participation in the scrip program, and recognition on
a special plaque. Phone the Beth El office for more information.
Memorial Room
Honor your loved ones by purchasing a
plaque ($500) in our Memorial Room
Additionally, the names and yahrzeit dates will
appear on the digital screen, scrolling during the yahrzeit
week, high holidays and other haggim. Phone the Beth El
office for more information.
 Another New Year is here. However, the gift giving season
& shopping in general never stops. The SCRIP gift card is a
terrific gift, as well as being very useful for your shopping, restaurant
& hotel needs. The SCRIP card is vital to synagogue
fundraising efforts and it costs no more to use.
 Whichever merchant you choose to use, your purchase can
be paid with the PREPAID SCRIP CARD. The synagogue
receives a percentage of the purchase value, which supports
many wonderful activities. It’s a (FUN)draising program that
can keeps on giving without that extra donation.
 There are a number of SCRIP gift cards readily available in
the synagogue office; Shoprite, ACME, Regal Theater, Dunkin
Donuts & Starbucks just to name a few.
All SCRIP can be ordered through the synagogue office,
or go to the SCRIP web site: www.glscrip.com
for a complete list of retailers.
SCRIP is sold Monday through Thursday 10am- 4pm,
Friday 10am to 2pm.
Sundays ONLY when religious school is in session.
 Visa, Mastercard and Discover Cards are accepted, but
 checks are preferred to reduce costs.
 If you are unable to come to office, WE DELIVER!!!!
For additional information or to volunteer, contact
David Lieberman at david.lieberman@dechert.com
HAVE A HAPPY AND HEALTHY NEW YEAR!!!
 And Remember…………..
 DON’T LEAVE HOME WITHOUT SCRIP!
 Scrip
THE TREE OF LIFE
 LEAF: Purchasing a leaf on
 Beth El’s Tree of Life, which is
 located inside the Shabbat and
Holiday entrance to our building, is the perfect
way to commemorate a significant life-cycle
event.
Remember your wedding, birthday, anniversary,
or your children’s B’nai Mitzvah or other accomplishment
by having a leaf custom engraved for
$216 (12 times Chai).
STONE: For a more significant addition to the
Tree of Life, please consider the purchase of a
stone to adorn the bottom of the artwork. Each
stone is custom engraved onto an all natural
surface and promises to be a source of great
family pride for years to come. The cost for
each stone is $500.
To order the leaf or stone,
please phone the Beth El office.

Beth El is now a member
 of the
“Jewish National Fund Affiliate Program”
There is NO easier way to earn money for
Beth El & support Israel at the same time.
The procedure is as simple as a CLICK!
Go to OUR website: www.bethelsnj.org
Click on “support us”/”shop here” and then Jewish National
Fund to make your purchase/donation.
 Tell all your friends, families & other congregants.
Congregation Beth El will reap the rewards.
Plant Trees in Israel, Greeting Cards, Water Certificates,
Honor Book Certificates, etc.
Every order placed, Beth El gets 20% commission.
 For questions, call
Debbie Drachman at 856–719-9485 
Congregation Beth El is an Amazon Affiliate
 Purchases generate a 4% Rebate
 Use the Congregation Beth El website:
http://www.bethelsnj.org as the portal
Click on “Support us” and then on Amazon
Entry to the Amazon site will follow automatically
We have seen more activity in our account with the
recent purchases of iPods and TV’s, in addition to books and
other items. Beth El reaps more income with MORE
volume in sales. It is really simple…give it a try
DOUBLE DIP!!
Use Amazon gift cards (scrip) to pay for your
purchase. One Purchase = Two Rewards.
Tell your friends!
**** Please note that you MUST enter through the Beth El portal first
- EVEN TO BROWSE -
 for Beth El to receive the rebate.
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1. Go to www.goodsearch.com
2. Enter Early Childhood Center of Congregation Beth El
in Voorhees, NJ as your charity
3. The ECC earns $$ for every search!
4. ALSO… Shop through GoodShop... The ECC will earn
up to 30% of every purchase!
 Send custom photo cards featuring your digital photos!!
Go to www.bethelptg.com and you will be re-directed to
the ECC’s nanosnap page.
The ECC receives a portion of EVERY sale!
Congregation Beth El (code:Q2)
Visit your local TD Bank to become a member of this program
AFFINITY MEMBERSHIP PROGRAM
Open an account at TD Bank & we’ll make a contribution to your
organization. TD Bank will make an annual contribution based on the
average balance in all members’ accounts. Checking, Savings, Money
Market, CD & Retirement accounts are all included.
 Contributions are calculated at 1/2% on Checking balances & 1/4% on
Savings, Money Market, CD & IRA balances. Members’ accounts are
not affected in any way by this contribution. Your account balances are
used to determine the level of contribution & are kept confidential.
If you are already a TD Bank customer, visit any TD Bank location
and ask to have your balances included as part of your organization’s
Affinity Membership Program.
Questions: Please contact Mort at Kanovsky@verizon.net
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Shabbat & Holiday Kiddush
Pay tribute to aliyahs, yahrzeits
& torah/bimah honors
(contributions help offset the cost of the weekly Kiddush)
CONTRIBUTIONS CAN BE MADE ONLINE
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OR BY MAIL
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ENDOWMENT FOR THE FUTURE
Giving Today to Secure Tomorrow
Making a commitment to Beth El’s Endowment Fund
will help ensure that funding will always be available
to support & enhance the many important, religious,
educational & communal services that Beth El provides to
its members & community. There are many ways to
participate. You may: Make an immediate contribution of
cash, appreciated securities, real estate, art work or other
collectibles; Include a bequest to Beth El in your Will;
Designate Beth El as a beneficiary of a life insurance
policy; Establish a Donor Advised Fund dedicated to the
support of Beth El; Establish a Charitable Gift Annuity or a
Charitable Remainder Trust.
For more information as to how you
can participate in building Beth El’s
Endowment for the Future please
complete this coupon & return it via
1st class mail or e-mail.
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Street: ____________________________________
City, State, Zip: _____________________________
E-mail: ____________________________________
Please send me information on participating through:
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I have already included Beth El in my estate plans.
Please let me know how my plan can be included as
part of Beth El’s ENDOWMENT FOR THE FUTURE.
 Return to: Congregation Beth El
 Endowment for the Future
 8000 Main Street
 Voorhees, NJ 08043
 E-mail: Endowment@bethelsnj.org
Endowments
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 BETH EL RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
 Yaffa Fuchs, Educational Director
Happy 2012 and Welcome Back!
Bet (2nd Grade) Family B’Yachad: Havdallah;
Spice and Spirit - January 8
The Havdallah program gives our families an opportunity to
learn the mitzvah and customs associated with Havdallah.
They discover the reasons for the different components of the
havdallah service, learn the three blessings and create their
own kit. A beautiful ceremony closes the program.
Gan (K) Family B’Yachad: Shabbat in a Box
January 22
In this program families learn the skills of preparing for
Shabbat. They learn about Shabbat, how to braid challah,
decorate candlesticks and make either a challah board or a
challah cover. The last leg of the program is an actual Shabbat
Seder where they use everything they made and learned as
they go through the steps of Shabbat, lighting candles, blessing
their children, making Kiddush, eating a ‘meal’ together and
saying Birkat Hamazon.
Vav (6th Grade) Family B’Yachad:
Build a Pair of Tefillin – January 29
This program engages our families by providing the opportunity
to learn about the mitzvah of t’fillin through text and table
discussion. Our families use the “United Synagogue Federation
of Men’s Club” kits (Build a Pair) to build and decorate
mock t’fillin. The process is wonderful as parents help their
children and reawaken their own Bar/Bat Mitzvah experience.
The children and parents are then invited to participate in the
Federation of Men’s Club World Wide Wrap wearing their mock
t’fillin.
The Parent Sunday Lunch:
Community Building 101 Continues…
This new program from Rabbi Arnow is all the buzz.
“Being a Jewish Parent is not easy, often because we’re figuring
out what it means to be parents and what it means to be
Jewish as we go along. We don’t have all the answers! But,
it’s essential to step back sometimes and think about why we
are trying to raise our kids Jewish, which may have something
to do with why we are Jewish.” Rabbi Noah Arnow
3rd Grade Parent Sunday Lunch – January 22
4th Grade Parent Sunday Lunch – February 26
As parents and Rabbi Arnow eat and schmooze and get to
know each other, do a few interactive exercises to help them
better understand their own Jewish identity and priorities, the
kids will be busy in our Beth El Youth Groups (Lunch included).

You’re invited to the
Beth El Religious School’s

Zimriyah
Song & Dance Festival
Sunday, February 5
10:30 AM
(right after World Wide Wrap)
Main Sanctuary
Featuring performances by
all the children,
Shira Chadasha
and the “Teachers’ Chorale”
Musical Director: Jay Danzig
Excitement is building as Beth El Religious School is gearing
up for the first Zimriyah (Song and Dance Festival) since 2008.
Teachers and children are looking forward to showing you how
much they’ve learned with musical director, Jay Danzig. We’ll
be singing nigunim (songs without words) songs for holidays,
Jewish places and things. Popular current melodies as well as
old favorites in Hebrew, English, Yiddish and Ladino will be
sung. Our Israeli Dancing chug will do a popular dance and
even our teachers will get into the act with a song.
DO NOT MISS THIS GREAT EVENT! Details to follow.
The Phil Podell Memorial World Wide Wrap
Sunday, February 5; 9:00 – 10:00AM
Beth El families whose children are in Grades 6 - 10 will have
an opportunity to participate in the biggest tifillin outreach
program of the year. The Federation of Jewish Men’s Club
will try to have all Jews everywhere put on T’fillin.
World Wide Wrap
 Sunday, February 5, from 9:00 – 10:30AM
http://www.worldwidewrap.org/et05decwrap.html
 In conjunction with the B’nai Mitzvah Program,
(Tallit & T’fillin) all families are invited from grades 6 - 10.
REMINDERS:
• January 1 – Religious School CLOSED
 Winter Break
• January 15 – Religious School CLOSED
 Martin Luther King B’day Weekend
• February 19 – Religious School CLOSED
 Presidents’ Weekend
• February 21 – Hebrew High School CLOSED
Religious School continued
 Beth El News Page 11
Looking for an End of the Year Tzedakah Opportunity?
Why not consider contributing to Congregation Beth El’s Special Needs Funds?
The Schwartz Yachad Initiative
Beth El's Inclusion Support Program for Children with Special Needs.
(Make check payable to Congregation Beth El for Schwartz Yachad Initiative)
Project Lev
Beth El’s award-winning Sunday School program for developmentally challenged children.
(Make check payable to Congregation Beth El for Project Lev)
Project Lev; M’dor L’dor Endowment
Contribute to our endowment set-up by the Jewish Community Foundation.
(Make checks payable to Jewish Community Foundation for Fund no. 564, Project Lev: M’dor L’dor Endowment)
Rosh Hodesh; It’s a Girl Thing!
Still Going Strong
The 9th grade Rosh Hodesh group is currently in their 4thyear together. There is a core group of seven girls that have been a
wonderful support network for each other from the beginning of 6th grade through their journey into high school. The girls
have a great time and have expressed that they feel like they can truly be themselves when they are at the monthly gatherings.
At every meeting, the group explores an important & relevant issue through fun &
creative means. They’ve engaged in role-plays, games, craft projects, theater exercises,
discussions, mitzvah projects & more. The themes connect to the greater Jewish teachings
of the month. This year, the curriculum is Bena, a year devoted to leadership development.
In the early stages of the year, girls have already stepped up as leaders and led the group in
activities and presentations.
By: Ashley Novack, 9th Grade
Our 1st Rosh Hodesh meeting was a hit! The 8 girls & I began by discussing what Rosh
Hodesh was & what they were hoping to get out of it. We played some ice breaker games to
get to know one another & start to build a cohesive group. The girls came up with the rules
they wanted the group to follow. We then decorated our Rosh Hodesh cloth, which we will use at all meetings to symbolize
the safe space we share. It's been an exciting start & am looking forward to the next meeting!
By: Arielle Davis, 6th Grade
This year's 7th grade Rosh Hodesh group is together again for their second year & I'm thrilled to be continuing as their group
leader. Since the fall of 2010, the girls have developed a strong bond and are building friendships that are really unique to
the environment that Rosh Hodesh - It's a Girl Thing! provides. We've created collages using magazine clippings to identify
images of positive and negative body image in the media, discussed the issues of jealousy that arise in the Torah between
Leah and Rachel and applied those to the feelings of jealousy that sometimes come about during Bar and Bat Mitzvah years.
We painted Miriam's cups to bring to our families' seders, among many other wonderful discussions, skits and arts & crafts.
This year will involve more leadership from the girls, which they are excited about - they've already begun planning some of
their own programs and coming up with terrific ideas for traditions for the upcoming years.
By: Amy Leshner, 7th Grade
Mazel Tov to our
B’nai Mitzvah of the Month
Isabella Hovis – January 7, 2012
Yael Shaaltiel – January 7, 2012
Joseph Levin – January 14, 2012
Rebecca Goldfield – January 14, 2012
Jacob Borowsky – January 28, 2012
Allison Shapiro – February 4, 2012
Ayla & Jacob Boyd – February 11, 2012
Rachel Bresalier – February 18, 2012
Cole Checkoff – February 25, 2012 

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News from the Early Childhood Center
(winner of the Solomon Schechter Gold Award)
Holiday Time at the ECC
As anyone in Jewish Education knows, our curriculum is generally guided by the holidays. The Jewish holidays
come in the Fall and we are busy talking about Rosh Hashana, apples and honey, Sukkot and dancing on Simchat
Torah; Chanukah is winter time; in the Spring we teach about Passover and as the summer starts, the children learn
about receiving the Torah on Shavuot. In addition, we celebrate an American holiday ---Thanksgiving. To many of
us, this is so very special because it incorporates so many Jewish values. We learn to appreciate what we have; we
give and share with others and we also appreciate the uniqueness of each individual. Take a look at the pictures on
the next page and see how special Thanksgiving is at Beth El ECC.
PJ Library Goes to School
The Early Childhood Center is proud to be part of a small group of schools in the area selected to participate in a
pilot program entitled “PJ Library Goes to School”. In the same way that each month PJ library sends Jewish books
to thousands of homes in the country, it is now sending those same books to our school. The teachers and directors
use these books to teach Jewish values and bring them to life for the children and their families.
One example was Sammy Spider’s First Day at School. Besides it’s relevance as a story for the beginning of the
school year, the book also talks about pets and general kindness to animals. What a wonderful Jewish value, Tza’ar
Ba’alei Chayim - a teaching to avoid causing suffering to any creature. If we learn to treat animals with kindness and
compassion, how much more likely are we to do the same with people?
Here at the ECC, the 3 and 4 year old classes have asked the children and their families to discuss these values and
are collecting items to donate to the Animal Orphanage in Voorhees.
Other books include stories that teach us to value the uniqueness of each individual, talking about acts of kindness,
honoring parents, etc.
We look forward to more wonderful opportunities to work with the families in our school to deepen our engagement in
Jewish values.
ECC Registration Begins for September 2012
Beth El members are invited to enroll their children in advance of everyone else;
January 3 & 4 - at the ECC office.
Currently Enrolled Families register January 5.
Registration is open to the Community on January 9.
To make an appointment to discuss class options and to take a tour of the school,
call Roselee Redelheim at 675-1166 ext.420.
Kindergarten and Kindergarten Enrichment
students "connect" one to another in a creative
activity planned by our teachers Susan Giglio
and Caryn Weiss. The students talked about
the creation of the world and how we all work
together to exist in harmony. How appropriate
to make this Sculpture of Cooperation at
Thanksgiving time. 
 Beth El News Page 13
Community life / Youth groups
Michael Blum, Director of Community Life
On Wednesday, November 23, 2011 (the night before Thanksgiving), Beth El hosted the annual USY “Turkey
Trot”. The Turkey Trot is a teen dance, sponsored by our BE Youth Commission and open to the
entire USY region and local Jewish teens. It gives the kids a chance to get out and party the night before
Thanksgiving. This year nearly 300 kids were in attendance and the social halls were bursting with lights,
music and dancing!
 Many thanks to DJ Andrew Bor
 and Rock It Entertainment for the
 music and lights, Classic Cake
 for donating all the cookies and
 brownies served and a very
 special thank you to our USY
 advisor and all the parents who
 volunteered their evenings to
 help chaperone, we could not
 have done it without you.
THANKSGIVING AT BETH EL ECC 
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One question I’m asked from time to time is “Do you have any
new books that are like Anita Diamant’s beloved The Red
Tent”? The answer is – yes! Noted novelist Alice Hoffman’s
newest is The Dovekeepers. Set in 70 CE, this is
the story of four women who are among the Jews
holding out against the Romans at Masada. At
over 500 pages, the novel takes its time delving
into the story of each of these women. There’s
love, pain, faith, suffering – all the stuff of life. Hoffman
spent five years doing research for this book
and it shows – not just in the historical facts, but in
the attention to details of terrain, climate, daily life and all the
elements that make the story so vivid.
**********
Swedish crime-thriller authors are enjoying widespread
success (think Stieg Larsson’s Girl With the Dragon Tattoo).
Another Swedish fiction import that has already
gained a large European audience is Steve
Sem-Sanberg’s The Emperor of Lies. In 1939
the Nazis appointed Mordechai Chaim
Murkowski “Elder of the Jews” of the Lodz
Ghetto. Murkowski was a successful businessman
and administrator and he believed that
industrialization would make the Lodz Ghetto
indispensible to the Germans. He believed that
the highly productive Ghetto would ultimately become a free
Jewish state. Was he a hero who helped the Ghetto Jews survive
longer than they otherwise would have, or was he a traitor
to his people? In The Emperor of Lies, Sem-Sanberg depicts
brilliantly life in the Lodz Ghetto under Murkowski’s leadership.
While novels about the Holocaust are not unusual, some rise
above the rest; The Emperor of Lies is a standout.
…and check these out: Michael Levy’s Kosher Chinese recounts
the author’s experiences as a Peace Corp volunteer in
China… Aaron Pribble’s Pitching in the Promised Land.
Pribble, a Minor League pitcher joined the Israel Baseball
League, which lasted just one year. It was a short time, but one
filled with fascinating teammates, romance, injuries and revelations….Albert
Brooks’ 2030: The Real Story of What Happens
to America is a story set in an imagined future, when the
Jewish President of the United States must deal with serious
challenges…Anna Solomon’s novel, The Little Bride, tells the
story of 16-year-old Minna Losk, who travels from Minsk to the
Dakotas as a 18th-C. mail-order bride…and new in our cookbook
section are The Kosher Carnivore: The Ultimate Meat
and Poultry Cookbook by June Hersh and The Brisket
Book: A Love Story With Recipes by Stephanie Pierson.
These are sure to entice you with beautiful photographs and
“doable” recipes….
So many books (and DVDs, and books on CD)– so easy to
borrow: just come in, or call us to arrange for pickup at your
convenience.
**********
Todah rabah to Donna and Rich Bell for their recent generous
donation. This gift has enabled us to add many new books to
our always-growing children’s collection.
**********
The Library’s Short Story Discussion Group will meet
on Thursday, January 26, and Thursday, February 23,
1:30 – 3:00 PM. Our sessions are always lively and
stimulating. Don’t let the cold weather stop you--please
plan to join us, and bring your friends.
For more information, please call the library.
 BELL LIBRARY NEWS
 Amy Kaplan - Congregation Librarian

 Do you have any gently used
 books and toys for kids under 5?
 Please donate them to the
 Beth El Shabbat Babysitting room!
 Contact Mike Blum at
 MichaelBlum@bethelsnj.org
 It’s not too late!
Our annual Jewish Book Month Fundraiser been extended
through January 13. This means you can dedicate library
books at a special, reduced rate: one book for $20.00 or two
books for $36.00 (the regular cost is $25.00 per book).
You may dedicate books in honor of birthdays, anniversaries,
special occasions, yahrzeits, or “just because”. We acknowledge
each book dedication with an inscribed bookplate in a
library book, as well as a personalized letter to
the honoree, so this makes a terrific – and very
much appreciated – gift. Please call us for
more information (675-1166, ext. 503) and
support the library! 
ESTHER M. AARONSON FUND
DONOR SPEEDY RECOVERY
Jeannette & Jay Adler Sharon Ruder
DONOR IN HONOR OF
Shirley Mangel 50th wedding anniversary of Janet
 & Robert Kaufman

RABBI NOAH ARNOW SPECIAL FUND
DONOR IN HONOR OF
Shirley Mangel Rabbi Noah Arnow installation as
 Assistant Rabbi
DONOR IN APPECIATION OF
Lori & Rick Goldstein Rabbi Noah Arnow - D'var Torah at
 Federation Annual Meeting

DAVID BACK COLLEGE CONNECTION FUND
DONOR IN APPRECIATION
Dianne Lazer High Holiday honors

DONOR IN MEMORY OF
Gloria & Ira Back Judie Lepow
Lisa Sorokin Cohen & Family Lola Friedman
Lauren & Marc Neff Bluhma Silverman
Dr. & Mrs. Jeffrey Sorokin Bluhma Silverman
BELL LIBRARY FUND
DONOR IN HONOR OF
Donna & Richard Bell Birth of Jack Philip Schlanger
Amy & Barney Kaplan Donna Bell recipient of the Sidney
 Levy Volunteer of the year
Marilyn & Edwin Ogen Birth of granddaughter to Sharla &
 Mort Kanovsky
DONOR IN MEMORY OF
Donna & Richard Bell Rose Ettinger, Bernice Cohen,
 Bluhman Silverman, Brad Morris
Helene & Saul Bresalier Bluhman Silverman
Constance R. Green Naomi Falkenberg
Lillian & Joseph Hassman Eugene Rubenstein
Audrey & David Pecarsky Bluhman Silverman
Lynne N. Weinstein Dr. David Redlus, Judie Lepow,
 Barbara Brown
Dora & Oscar Wilsker Brother of Frimi Orel
Jennifer Dollinger & Ed Woods Judie Lepow
Audrey & David Pecarsky Lola Friedman
DONOR SPEEDY RECOVERY
Amy & Barney Kaplan Sharon Ruder
MILDRED & HENRY BLUM FUND
DONOR IN HONOR OF
Marlene Mollen Birth of granddaughter to Sharla &
 Mort Kanovsky
DONOR IN MEMORY OF
Margie Blum Judie Lepow, Arnie Miller
SYLVIA BOORY FRAGILE X RESEARCH FUND
DONOR IN HONOR OF
Robin & Steve Cohn Bat Mitzvah of Carly Wetzler

DONOR IN MEMORY OF
Robert Boory Judie Lepow
Leila & Ian Joffe & Family Judie Lepow
Eileen & Allan Laufgraben Rose Ettinger
EARLY CHILDHOOD CENTER
DONOR IN MEMORY OF
Michele & Howard Miron & Family Ann Emdur, Rose Ettinger,
 Brad Morris
Elaine Waxman Samson Yahrzeit of Lillian Waxman
ELLIS FAMILY FUND
DONOR IN HONOR OF
Selma Ellis Birth of granddaughter to Sharla &
 Mort Kanovsky
DONOR IN MEMORY OF
The following contributions were made in memory of Judie
Lepow: Pam & Mark Adler, Barbara & Jay Berman, Renay & Harris
Berman, Nikki & Len Feldman, Barbara & Gary Kanalstein, Sharla &
Mort Kanovsky, Landau Family, Stacy & Andy Levin & Family, Laura
Luber, Sharon & Al Mindel & Family, Marla & Martin Rosenthal, Gail &
Harvey Shapiro, Melissa & Jonathan Sinrich, Ilene & Michael Weinberg
& Family, Julie & Jason Whitney
Laura Luber Yahrzeit of Max Bader, Yahrzeit
 of Morris Luber
ARTHUR & BETTE GOLDMAN FUND
DONOR IN HONOR OF
Phyllis Pearl Special birthday of Lynn
 Goldman Paul
Hanina & Louis Ruttenberg Birth of granddaughter to Sharla &
 Mort Kanovsky
DONOR IN MEMORY OF
Phyllis Pearl Brad Morris
REBA & HARRY GROSSMAN FUND
DONOR IN MEMORY OF
Cookie & Murray Matez Dr. David Redlus, Seymour Ghen
 Bluhma Silverman, Judy Lepow,
 Yahrzeit of Irene Matez
Debbie Grossman Bluhma Silverman, Judie Lepow
Lois Taylor Seymour Ghen
DR. HARRY HALTZMAN FUND
DONOR IN APPRECIATION
Carole Haltzman High Holiday honors
DONOR IN MEMORY OF
Carole Haltzman Loved ones
ALLAN HECSH MEMORIAL FUND
DONOR IN MEMORY OF
Lorraine Leff Yahrzeit of Allan Hecsh
Phyllis Hecsh Yahrzeit of Allan Hecsh
RABBI AARON KRUPNICK SPECIAL FUND
DONOR IN MEMORY OF
Iris & Martin Roth Yahrzeit of Lore Oppenheim
DONOR IN APPRECIATION
Jeff Camson, Rabbi Aaron Krupnick
Michele & Joel Ettinger Rabbi Aaron Krupnick
Lori & Rick Goldstein Rabbi Aaron Krupnick
Ronald Kaplan Rabbi Aaron Krupnick
Jill & Carl Caplan Shabbat Aliyah
Toby & Irwin Dubner High Holiday aliyah
Jewish Federation Housing, Inc. Michael Kline, Esq.
Carol & Joel Fleisher Kaddish for Mildred Fleisher
Barbara & Mark Jacobs High Holiday honors
Ruth & Larry Katz High Holiday honors
Pauline Levinson Edith Green, Beth & Craig Wynne
Ina, Mark Lichtman & Howard Joffe
Britchkow Families
Carole & Jules Lieberman High Holiday honor
Gail & Marty Raffner Aliyah for Yom Kippur
Marlyn & Milton Shanker High Holiday aliyah
Elyse & Carl Tepper Congregation Beth El
Eva & Marvin Schlanger High Holiday honors
Jill & Carl Kaplan Kohan aliyah November 5, 2011
 Beth El News Page 15
 Contributions (through November 18)
DONOR IN HONOR OF
The following contribution is in honor of Rabbi Krupnick’s special
birthday: Liz Baim, Bernice Gothard, Leila & Ian Joffe, Stacy & Andy
Levin & Family, Ruth & Alan Respler
Barbara & Martin Brodack Birth of granddaughter to Sharla &
 Mort Kanovsky
Thalia & Herb Cohen Birth of granddaughter to Sharla &
 Mort Kanovsky
Barbara & Mark Collik B'nai Mitzvah of Marlee & Philip
 Lakernick
Stacy & Dan Farber Bat Mitzvah of Emma Poulschock,
 Bar Mitzvah of Aaron Silverberg
Carol & Joel Fleisher Birth of granddaughter to Sharla &
 Mort Kanovsky
Beth & Harvey Jacob Birth of Jack Philip Schlanger
Gladys & Stephen Krulik Birth of Bella Lynn Richter
, Bat Mitzvah of Samantha Abrams
Jackie & Bill Pearson Birth of grandson to Dawn & Marty
 Schieken
Jane & Marshall Pressman Bat Mitzvah of granddaughter of
 Judy & Donald Love
Nancy & Fred Rosen 50th wedding anniversary of
 Bobbie & Steve Wenick
Isabel Rudolph Marriage of Jacob Weber to
 Rachel Halpern
Gloria & Albert Sall Della & Melvin Feldman
Andrea & Michael Stein Bar Mitzvah of Zachary Apell
Laura & Alan Wechsler B'nai Mitzvot of grandchildren of
 Laura & Alan Wechsler, Grace &
 Gavin Wechsler
Esther & Marty Zoblin Birth of granddaughter to Sharla &
 Mort Kanovsky
DONOR IN MEMORY OF
The following contributions were made in memory of Bluhma
Silverman: Jill & Carl Caplan, COR IV LLC, Edith & Harold Davis,
Yetta Fields, Andrea & Richard Freedman, Harriet Goodstein & Family,
Judy & Michael Hepps, Fred Meyer, Jane & Marshall Pressman, Mindy
& Charles Rose, Joy & Gordon Schafer, Sandy & Alan Schwartz,
Joyce & Jay Simmons
The following contributions were made in memory of Judie
Lepow: Judy & Rick Charny, Helene & Anthony Engel & Family,
Sandra & Arnold Kaminer, Jackie & Bill Pearson, Melissa & Brad
Tinkelman
Linda & Joel Appel Dr. Neil Litten
Warren Bonin Yahrzeit of loved ones & Yizkor
The Brodacks Brad Morris
Sylvia Chasan Yahrzeit of Sharon Bernstein
Helene Cooperman Yahrzeit of Morris Cooperman
Joan Feinberg Yahrzeit of Judge Norman Heine
Bonnie & David Gold David Morris
Peggy & Louis Gold Yahrzeit of Rhoda Kotek
Barbara & David Goodman Cecelia Gradinger,
 George Rhodeside
Harriet Goodstein & Family Yahrzeit of Jack M. Stein, Yahrzeit
 of Benjamin L. Goodstein,
Bart & Elaine Greenspan Brad Morris
Jay Hammel Yahrzeit of Charlotte Hammel
Marion Hoffman & Family Lenny Hoffman
Barbara & Mark Jacobs Bernice Cohen, Yahrzeit of Albert
 Jacobs
Gloria Jaffe Yahrzeit of Elsie Goodman
Fran & Richie Kaplan Yahrzeit of Herman Kaplan
Debra Korngold Theda Kessler
Eileen & Allan Laufgraben Mother of Howard Katz
Cynthia & Lawrence Levin Bernice Cohen
Ellen & Jay Levy Yahrzeit of Morris Levy
DONOR IN MEMORY OF
Judy Pokrass Yahrzeits of Pearl Berman &
 Jennie Gordon
Rosenthal Family Mother of Rhonda Shevrin
Elaine Waxman Samson Yahrzeit of Louis Waxman
Leslie Schuck Bernice Cohen
Dr. Louis Shor Yahrzeit of Meir Darrow, Yahrzeit
 of Harry Shor
Judy & Len Simkin Yahrzeit of Frieda Simkin, Yahrzeit
 of Lillian Bornstein
Lauren & Jon Soll Dr. Neil Litten
Elyse & Carl Tepper Loved ones!
Cookie & Alan Weinberg Bernard Wax
Carol & Fred Weinstein Bernice Cohen
Judy & Leonard Wizmur Yahrzeit of loved ones
Sandy Wolf Yahrzeit of Julius Saltzman
DONOR SPEEDY RECOVERY
Jackie & Bill Pearson Jerry Gerstein, Judy Magaday,
 Judge Robert Neustader,
 Zev Rose
Gloria & Albert Sall Della Feldman
DAVID LANDSBURG SELICHOT FUND
DONOR IN MEMORY OF
Robin Sue & Bill Landsburg Bernice Cohen
& Family
DONOR IN APPRECIATION
Gerri Ostrov, Judy & Arthur Edell Landsburg Family
LUKOFF CULTURAL FORUM FUND
DONOR IN MEMORY OF
Marcy Sanders Judie Lepow, Yahrzeit of Harold
 Sanders

DONOR SPEEDY RECOVERY
Marcy Sanders Mervin Melrose, Jerry Gerstein

MILLER KIDDUSH CUP FUND
DONOR IN HONOR OF
Jeannette & Jay Adler Birth of grandson to Paula & Larry
 Ninerell
Paula & Larry Ninerell Marriage of grandson of Rose
 Weber
DONOR IN MEMORY OF
Judie & Steven Kuhl Yahrzeit of Justin Kuhl
BETH EL RELIGIOUS SCHOOL FUND
DONOR IN HONOR OF
Karen & Dave Schlessel & Family Bar Mitzvah of Aaron Silverberg

DONOR IN MEMORY OF
Vivian Barnett Judie Lepow
Ilene Rosen, Todd Rowan, Judie Lepow
Andrew & Sydney
Karen & Dave Schlessel & Family Lillian Schwartz
Beth & Ed Vernick Rose Ettinger
Judy & Len Wizmur Leonard Roberts
ALAN RICHMAN CHILDRENS' PLAYGROUND FUND
DONOR IN HONOR OF
Robin & Steve Cohn Bar Mitzvah of Aaron Silverberg
Arlene & Jerry Schwartz Bar Mitzvah of Aaron Silverberg
Sandy & Aaron Wolf Birth of granddaughter to Sharla &
 Mort Kanovsky
DONOR IN MEMORY OF
Elaine Waxman Samson Brad Morris
Linda & Joel Appel Melvin Belinsky
 Contributions
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NAURICE & INGRID ROSEN FUND FOR SPECIAL NEEDS
DONOR IN HONOR OF
Cara & John Greenhall Bat Mitzvah of Samantha Abrams
Howard Rosen Birth of Tal Shahar Ingber,
 Engagement of Gavi Weisel,
 Birth of great grandson to Rita
 Mendelsohn, Birth of great grand
 son to Helene & Leroy Lowenfeld

DONOR IN MEMORY OF
Howard Rosen Irene Berzon, Alan Segal
Sherry & Marc Woliansky Bernice Cohen
JUDITH COHEN SEGAL FUND
DONOR IN MEMORY OF
Beth & Jonathan Fox & Family Mother of Howard Katz
Lynn & Jerry Marshall Brother of Leah Sherman
SIM SHALOM SIDDUR
DONOR IN HONOR OF
Marlene Mollen 50th wedding anniversary of Eve
 & Bill Gordon
Betsy & Dennis Karpf 25th wedding anniversary of
 Renee & Craig Kessler
DONOR IN MEMORY OF
Karen & Michael Finkelman Bernice Cohen
Gerri Ostrov & Family Evelyn Stomel
Lois Schatz Yahrzeit of Philip Schatz
ANDREW & ERIC SUSSMAN SCHOLARSHIP FUND
DONOR IN HONOR OF
Linda & Paul Chase Bar Mitzvah of Jacob Lieberman
Joan Feinberg Rick Goldstein, recipient of the
 Richard Dollinger Community
 Service Award
Joan Feinberg Iris Snyder, recipient of the Shelly
 Greenspun Young Leadership
 Award
Lil & "Doc" Joe Hassman Bat Mitzvah of Carly Wetzler

DONOR IN MEMORY OF
Linda & Paul Chase Robert G. Daniels
Joan Feinberg Brad Morris
Lillian & Joseph Hassman Dr. Neil Litten, Bluhma Silverman
Shari & Jerry Sussman, Robert G. Daniels
Melissa & Mark Chase
Cookie & Allan Weinberg Judie Lepow
HARRY TAYLOR FUND
DONOR IN APPRECIATION
Melody & Craig Taylor High Holiday honors

DONOR IN HONOR OF
Melody & Craig Taylor Special birthday of Lynn Goldman
 Paul, Birth of grandson to Carol &
 Ed Rosof

DONOR IN MEMORY OF
Melody & Craig Taylor Bluhma Silverman
Suzanne Taylor Renee Braunstein
CHARLES E. TROBMAN MEDICAL RESEARCH FUND
DONOR IN APPRECIATION
Peltz Family Dr. Harry Grossman
Phyllis & Malcolm Trobman Rabbi Aaron Krupnick

DONOR IN HONOR OF
Jeannette & Jay Adler Richard Goldstein, recipient of
 Community Service Award.
Barbara & Jay Berman Engagement of Les Trobman
Sherry & Mitch Cohen & Family Birth of grandson to Judy & Len
 Wizmur
DONOR IN HONOR OF
Ina & Marc Lichtman Birth of Jack Philip Schlanger
Phylis & Malcolm Trobman Birth of Jack Philip Schlanger,
 Special birthday of Arlene Plasky
Phyllis & Malcolm Trobman Bar Mitzvah of grandson of Ellen &
 Steve Podolsky, Bat Mitzvah of
 Melanie Raush
Sharon & Steven Usdin Birth of grandson to Carol & Ed
 Rosof
DONOR IN MEMORY OF
Jill & Carl Caplan Ken Brown
Edith Goldberg Loved ones
Sandra & Arnold Kaminer Zev Hack
Phyllis & Michael Markoff & Family Helen Levy
Enid & Barry Rigberg Danny Miller
Phyllis & Malcolm Trobman Yahrzeit of Chuck Trobman
Sharon & Steven Usdin Grandmother of Jessica & Dean
 Barber, Mother of Janice & Alan
 Pullin
Jeannette & Jay Adler Judie Lepow
Bryna & Gary Goldstein Bluhma Silverman
Phyllis & Malcolm Trobman Lola Friedman

USY/KADIMA FUND
DONOR IN HONOR OF
Nikki & Len Feldman Birth of Bella Lynn Richter
Ethel F. Levinson Faye Shapiro reading Torah on
 Shemini Atzeret and aliyah
DONOR IN MEMORY OF
Ilene & Harry Grossman Helen Levy
VOORHEES PROJECT FUND
DONOR IN MEMORY OF
Judy & Stuart Wasserlauf Alan Cohen

WALKES CHAPEL FUND
DONOR IN APPRECIATION
Hazak - Cong. Beth El Howard Joffe

DONOR IN MEMORY OF
Barbara & Jay Berman William J. Pfeiffenberger

JERRY YAFFA
CREUTZFELDT JAKOB DISEASE RESEARCH FUND
DONOR IN HONOR OF
Elaine & Herb Horwitz Birth of granddaughter to Sharla &
 Mort Kanovsky
Shirley Yaffa Bat Mitzvah of Isabel Begelman,
 Engagement of Jennifer Burstein

DONOR IN MEMORY OF
Elaine & Herb Horwitz Judie Lepow
Jackie Katz Judie Lepow
Bea & Larry Zitomer Judie Lepow

 Contributions
** note: The minimum cost for a contribution is $15.00 
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SUBSTITUTE GREETERS:
SHORT HOURS ● NO PAY
 LOTS OF SATISFACTION
TRAINING PROVIDED
Each Shabbat morning a congregant stands at the Shabbat
entrance to our building to welcome people as they arrive.
These arrivals may be old friends, they may be attending a
simcha or they may be "synagogue shopping."
The Greeter's responsibility is to welcome people
cordially, wish them a "Shabbat Shalom" (if appropriate),
direct them to the sanctuary, the coat room, etc., or offer
other assistance as needed. She/he will be stationed at
the entrance from 9:15am until 10:35am. At that time the
greeter may join the rest of the congregation (if they wish).
A Beth El Board member is usually assigned for a specific
Shabbat, but we often need substitutes. For further information
or to volunteer, you may email or phone Mort Kanovsky
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Thank you.
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• Belle S. Hirn - Bhirn@bethelsnj.org 
January 2012 Tevet - Shevat 5772
Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat
6 Tevet 1
11:00AM Global Family
 Fun Day
7 Tevet 2 8 Tevet 3
7:00PM Men's Club Mtg
7:00PM **Read Heb 8wks
ECC BE Members
Registration
9 Tevet 4
7:30AM Wednesday
 Morning Minyan
12:00PM **Pirkei A’vot
7:00PM Ex. Com. Mtg
ECC BE Members
Registration
10 Tevet 5
Fast of 10th Tevet
11 Tevet 6
5:30PM First Friday
 Welcome back
 Confirmation Class
 from Israel
12 Tevet 7
10:15AM Minyan Yeladim
10:15AM Torah Talk
10:30AM Teen Shabbat
11:00AM Minyan Katan
11:00AM Tot Shabbat
13 Tevet 8
9:00AM Talit & Tefilin
9:15AM RS Board Mtg
10:00AM RS Bet
 Family B'yachad
11:00AM Chanter with the
 Cantor
14 Tevet 9 15 Tevet 10
7:00PM **Read Heb 8wks
7:30PM RS Board Mtg
16 Tevet 11
7:30AM Wednesday
 Morning Minyan
12:00PM **Pirkei A’vot
8:00PM Board of Trustees
 meeting
17 Tevet 12
7:00PM Cooking with
 Chef Louis (OOB)
18 Tevet 13
Jewish Book Month Ends
19 Tevet 14
10:15AM Minyan Yeladim
10:15AM Torah Talk
20 Tevet 15
9:30AM Men's Club
 Breakfast & Speaker
11:00AM Chanter with the
 Cantor
21 Tevet 16 22 Tevet 17
1:00PM Hazak Event
7:00PM **Read Heb 8wks
23 Tevet 18
7:30AM Wednesday
 Morning Minyan
8:30PM Torah on Tap
24 Tevet 19
7:30PM Habonim
 Steering Mtg
25 Tevet 20
8:00PM Singles Shabbat
26 Tevet 21
10:15AM Minyan Yeladim
10:15AM Torah Talk
12:30PM Kiddush Lunch
Sisterhood Shabbat
27 Tevet 22
9:00AM Talit & Tefilin
9:30AM 10:00AM RS Gan
 Family B'yachad
11:00AM Chanter with the
 Cantor
12:00PM Machar/
 Chaverim Event
12:00PM Parent's Sunday
 Lunch (gr.3)
28 Tevet 23 29 Tevet 24
7:00PM **Read Hebrew
 in 8wks
1 Shevat 25
7:30AM Wednesday
 Morning Minyan
2 Shevat 26
1:30PM Library
 Discussion Group
3 Shevat 27 4 Shevat 28
10:15AM Minyan Yeladim
10:15AM Torah Talk
11:00AM Minyan Katan
11:00AM Tot Shabbat
5 Shevat 29
9:30AM RS Vav 11:00AM
 Chanter with the Cantor
6 Shevat 30 7 Shevat 31
Candle lighting 4:39PM
Candle lighting 4:46PM
Candle lighting 4:55PM
Candle lighting 4:32PM
School & Office
Closed
ROSH CHODESH
** = Colel
Jan 13 4:40PM Jan 22 - 26 5:10PM
Jan 1 - 5 4:50PM Jan 14 4:50PM Jan 27 4:55PM
Jan 6 4:35PM Jan 15 - 19 5:00PM Jan 28 5:00PM
Jan 7 4:40PM Jan 20 4:50PM Jan 29 - 31 5:20PM
Jan 8 - 12 4:55PM Jan 21 4:55PM
PM SERVICE SCHEDULE
Sunday 9:00 AM
Monday 7:15 AM
Tuesday 7:30 AM
Wednesday 7:30 AM
Thursday 7:15 AM
Friday 7:30 AM
Saturday 9:00 AM
AM SERVICE SCHEDULE 
February 2012 Shevat - Adar 5772
Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat
 8 Shevat 1
7:30AM Wednesday
 Morning Minyan
7:00PM Ex. Com. Mtg
 9 Shevat 2 10 Shevat 3
5:30PM First Friday
11 Shevat 4
10:15AM Minyan Yeladim
10:15AM Torah Talk
 10:30AM Teen Shabbat
 12 Shevat 5
9:00AM Talit & Tefilin
 followed by Breakfast
9:00AM World Wide Wrap
 & Breakfast
10:30AM Youth Zmiriya
11:00AM Chanter with the
 Cantor
 13 Shevat 6 14 Shevat 7
7:00PM Sisterhood
 Tu' Bshvat Program
 15 Shevat 8
7:30AM Wednesday
 Morning Minyan
11:00AM ECC Tu'Bshvat
 Event
8:00AM Board of
 Trustees meeting
16 Shevat 9 17 Shevat 10 18 Shevat 11
10:15AM Minyan Yeladim
10:15AM Torah Talk
11:00AM Minyan Katan
11:00AM Tot Shabbat
19 Shevat 12
9:00AM Talit & Tefilin
 followed by Breakfast
9:00AM Minyan
10:45PM BM & Beyond
11:00AM Chanter with the
 Cantor
 20 Shevat 13 21 Shevat 14 22 Shevat 15
7:30AM Wednesday
 Morning Minyan
8:30PM Torah on Tap
 23 Shevat 16
7:30PM Habonim
 Steering Mtg
24 Shevat 17
8:00PM Singles Service
 25 Shevat 18
10:15AM Minyan Yeladim
 10:15AM Torah Talk
26 Shevat 19
11:00AM Chanter with the
 Cantor
27 Shevat 20 28 Shevat 21 29 Shevat 22
7:30AM Wednesday
 Morning Minyan
 30 Shevat 23
1:30PM Library
 Discussion Group
1 Adar 24 1 Adar 25
10:15AM Minyan Yeladim
10:15AM Torah Talk
11:00AM Minyan Katan
11:00AM Tot Shabbat
 5:00PM JFCS Gala
1 Adar 26
9:00AM Talit & Tefilin
 followed by Breakfast
10:30AM Habonim Library
 Discussion
10:45PM BM & Beyond
11:00AM Chanter with the
 Cantor
12:00PM Machar/
 Chaverim Event
12:00PM Sunday Parent
 Lunch (gr.4)
 1 Adar 27 1 Adar 28
7:30PM RS Board Mtg
1 Adar 29
7:30AM Wednesday
 Morning Minyan
Candle lighting 5:11AM
Candle lighting 5:20PM
Erev Tu B'shvat
Candle lighting 5:28PM
ROSH CHODESH
Sunday 9:00 AM
Monday 7:15 AM
Tuesday 7:30 AM
Wednesday 7:30 AM
Thursday 7:15 AM
Friday 7:30 AM
Saturday 9:00 AM
AM SERVICE SCHEDULE
Candle lighting 5:03PM
USY (OOB)
RS Closed
** = Colel
Tu B'shvat
Feb 10 5:10PM Feb 19 - 23 5:45PM
Feb 1 - 2 5:20PM Feb 11 5:20PM Feb 24 5:30PM
Feb 3 5:05PM Feb 12 - 16 5:35PM Feb 25 5:30PM
Feb 4 5:10PM Feb 17 5:20PM Feb 26 - 29 5:505PM
Feb 5 - 9 5:25PM Feb 18 5:25PM
PM SERVICE SCHEDULE
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