To the Queens College Jewish Community: Our hearts go out to all those who suffered losses during the devastation of hurricane Sandy. Whether it be power, heat, cars, basements or entire homes or businesses, the effects of this disaster will be felt for a long time. As we continue to hear about the fallout of
A local professional engineer who designs mechanical and electrical systems for a living cautions that if you don’t have power as Shabbos comes in, you should shut off your main circuit breakers to your house. If the power comes on over Shabbos and there is a short or other damaged wire/light/appliance, it could cause a
Chai Lifelines crisis team is available to assist or guide in person or by phone students, staff, or families Update from Achiezer Information about places for Shabbat – Lakewood, NJ thefivetowns.com JLINK Volunteer guidelines for Sandy Clinic
Due to Hurricaine Sandy, the International Jewish Resource Center for Inclusion and Special Education and the New Jersey Association of Jewish Day Schools, divisions of Yachad, have postponed the Annual Election Day Conference next week on November 6th. We will post the new date as soon as possible. For further information please contact Batya Jacob
The Kemp Mill (Silver Spring) Community is organizing a bus from Long Island (White Shul in Far Rockaway) for people to come to Silver Spring for Shabbos. Bus will be leaving at 10am on Friday, and leaving Silver Spring around 4PM on Sunday. There are also discussions in the works to arrange for a bus
In New York NCSY south all kids living in the “A” and “B” zone areas got a call on Sunday (along with ones outside the area) to be sure they had a place to stay when they would be evacuated. All kids got calls on Monday to check on them, and followup when possible on
It looks bad outside. So look on the inside instead.