Yasher Koach to both Avi Weinberger and Natan Snowbell who participated in the National Chidon HaTanach competition together with their Netivot Hatorah classmates, in Montreal this past Sunday and Monday. May you both continue to grow in your Torah learning and may you always demand excellence & extensiveness in your Tanach education.
Shavout Learnathon - Join us on Shavuot, Saturday night, May 26th, for all-night learning with shiurim from 12am through 5PM, davening to follow directly afterwards. Refreshments served throughout the night.
12am - 12:45 Rabbi Rosenberg
1am - 1:45 Rabbi Yair Spitz
2am - 2:45 Shimon Weiss
3am - 3:45 Avi Grossman
4am - 4:45 Rabbi Mordechai Torczyner
Kiddush for 2nd day Shavuot is sponsored by Jack and Jodi Ganz & Family in memory of Jack's Grandfather, Yitzchok ben Boruch Berger, Aunts, Uncles and many cousins who were Viznitz Chassidim from the town of Matesalka, Hungary, They were taken by the Nazis, y”sh, to Auschwitz and went ‘Al Kiddish Hashem’ on Shavuot.
Ayin L'Tzion Sisterhood would like to invite all Women to join us for a ladies shiur on Shavuot. Come celebrate with Torah and Cake on the second day of Shavuot, May 16th, from 4:30 pm to 5:30 pm at the home of Michael and Tova Snowbell, 21 Rodeo drive. Our Shavuot shiur will be led by Chaya Rosenberg. Hope to see you there
The Sisterhood would like to invite all ladies to join in the city wide Emunah Seudat Shlishit program which will be taking place June 8th at the BAYT. We would once again this year like to have an Ayin L'Tzion table or two. To register call the Emunah Office at 416 636-0036 or register on-line at emunahcanada.org/toronto/donate_shabbat Please contact Zehava Abramovitch at firstname.lastname@example.org if you will be attending so that we can reserve a spot for you at one of the Ayin L'Tzion tables.
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From the Youth Committee: Parsha Questions:
Preschool: This week we started a new sefer chumash. How many books of chumash are there?
Grades 3 & 4: What protected bnei yisrael in the desert?
Grades 5 & 6: Name what any one of the degalim/flags looked like?
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