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Hatzalah Chicago is accepting applications for Hatzalah CPR Instructors. Become a Hatzalah
volunteer and teach CPR for the community, 2-3 classes per quarter, on days that work for
you. Hatzalah can help you get the certifications necessary. Prior CPR certification required.
Healthcare background preferred.
Hatzalah Chicago is accepting applications for Responders. Daytime availability is preferred in
the Skokie, Lincolnwood, Peterson Park areas. Ongoing education and monthly call volume
requirements. Join our team of dedicated responders with a commitment to the community by
"improving medical outcomes and saving lives". Apply at www.HatzalahChicago.org/volunteer.
Please keep our Emergency Hotline Number nearby - 847-504-1500.
Hatzalah Chicago would like to wish you a K'siva V'Chasima Tova! May we be zoche to a
year of good health.
The Siegal family would like to wish Mazal Tov to the Esrog Shuk on their new location – Ateres
Ayala. We would like to thank Rabbi Dimarsky and Heritage on being such gracious hosts over
the last 10 years.
The Saul and Rosalind Taragin Chol Hamoed Free Family Event you don't want to miss!
Brought to you by Camp Geshmak and The CP Fund, October 13, 2022, 2nd day of Chol
Ha'moed. Further details to come.
Men of the community are invited to an evening of learning at the YU Torah Mitzion Kollel's
Aseret Yemei Teshuva Mishmar Program with Rabbi Shay Schachter, Thursday, September 29,
at 8:00 PM at ICJA, 8233 Central Park Avenue, Skokie. Cholent and kugel will be served. Visit
www.torahchicago.org for a complete schedule.
Erev Rosh HaShanah (Sunday, September 25th) will mark the 2nd yahrtzeit for beloved Morah
Margot Parnass, ע"ה,מרגלית ינינה בת הרב חי אברהם ורחל ברוקנשטיין, Hillel Torah's Admissions
Director for 13 years. Margot served all with a smile. תהא זכרה ברוך. - By her loving mishpachot:
Parnass, Schulson, Bruckenstein, Morduchowitz and Wachsman of Chicago, New York and Israel.
By Dr. Shimi & Zahava Krauss and Rabbi Sender & Tova Kutner in loving memory of their
father and father-in-law, Rabbi Ephraim Kamin, ז"ל,הרב אפרים בן אריה זאב, on the occasion
of his fourth yahrtzeit on 3 Tishrei. (Adas Bnei Israel, Chesed L’Avrohom)
By Dr. & Mrs. Moshe Nitekman in memory of his father, ז"ל,דוד בן זאב, on the occasion of his
yahrtzeit on 5 Elul, and in memory of his mother, ע"ה,חיה רחל בת מרדכי צבי, on the occasion of
her yahrtzeit on 5 Tishrei. (Chesed L’Avrohom)
1. The word " "ִשׁ ְב ֵט יֶכ םis connected to the previous word "“( "ָר אֵשׁ יֶכ םheads”). The
ִשׁ ְב ֵט יֶכ םare the leaders that rule. Rulers have a staff ( )ֶשׁ ֶב טto confirm their rulings.
2. The word "“( "ְוָה ָיהAnd it will be”) at the beginning of the pasuk indicates that we
should understand that all blessings and curses from Hashem are perfect, when
we understand the ways of Hashem. (see Bereshis Rabbah 42:3)
3. It refers to the whole Torah. The pasuk indicates that all of the mitzvos are part
of the general mitzvah – that one has to keep the Torah.
4. Since Selichos usually starts in the morning while it is still dark, some say that one must
rewash one’s hands (without a brachah), as one must wash one’s hands at daybreak.
5. One reason is practical, as davening on Rosh HaShanah is lengthy, and one
should try to perform a Bris as early as possible (preferably before midday).
Another reason is that we mention the attempted sacrifice of Yitzchak (the
Akeidah) during the Shofar blowing. Since Yitzchak had the great mitzvah of Bris
before the Akeidah, we remember these mitzvos in the same order.
6. At the time of the Akeidah (which we remember during Shofar blowing),
Avraham kept Yitzchak hidden before building the Altar, so that the Satan would
not wound him and invalidate Yitzchak as a sacrifice.
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Likutei Peshatim is endowed by Les, & ע״הEthel Sutker in loving memory of Max & Mary Sutker
and Louis & Lilian Klein, ע״ה. May their memory be for a blessing.
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