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Shifra Update…

Oct 2nd, 2009 by nzakon | 1

The last few days have been encouraging. However, as is normal in such situation there are bumps in the road as well. Please be sure to keep on davening and keeping to your commitments in Shifra’s merit.

Communal Sukka hop schedule:

Hop begins at the Weiners 3329 Landershire 3:30P.M.

StopĀ #2 Zakon 3329 Overland

Stop #3 Benami 3612 Arbuckle

Stop #4 Kimmel 3801 Griffbrick

Sukkos Services:

Friday evening 6:55 P.M.

Shabbos morning 9A.M. (Lulav and Esrog not used)

Shabbos afternoon Mincha services 6:30 P.M. Followed by class and Evening services (Maariv)

Sunday Morning Services 9A.M. (Lulav and Esrog are used as it is a Shabbos like day we do not wear Tefillin)

One Comment on “Shifra Update…”

  1. Debra Lawson said:

    FYI, is endorsing Lori Palatnik in the Jewish Community Heroes contest. You can vote for her twice a day through Oct 8 to help her win $25,000 to bring women to Israel. Directions to vote are below as shown on

    Vote for Lori!
    Help her win $25,000 to bring women to Israel.

    by Comment Email Print Save Share United Jewish Communities is presenting a contest to find a Jewish Community Hero.

    Our own Lori Palatnik has been nominated, but needs over 65,000 votes to overtake the leading hero so far. Aish readers — you can do this!

    The contest closes soon, on October 8th, and you are allowed to vote for the same person every 12 hours. So if you rally Lori can win, and that means $25,000 will be used to help Lori bring women to Israel to learn and be inspired. And we all know, if you inspire one woman, you inspire a whole family. Now that’s Jewish continuity.

    Vote for Lori and help me win $25,000 to send women to Israel! PLEASE vote and pass on!!

    Lori Palatnik | Jewish Community Heroes
    Lori and her group, the Utah 8, worked diligently and tirelessly to bring 300 women to Israel to inspire them, teach them, and motivate them to do and to be: to do mitzvot and to be Jewish; to do all we can to learn and live and to be all we can as parents, teachers and community members.

    Just follow these steps from now through Oct. 8th.

    1. Book mark the link below:

    2. Every morning from now until Oct. 8 click on the booked marked link and submit your vote for Lori.

    3. Every evening (12 hours later) click on the booked marked link and submit your vote for Lori.

    That’s it!