Candle Lighting Times

Parsha            Date              Time 

Bo                       January 31,        4:44 p.m

Beshalach         February 7,        4:53 p.m.  Yitro                   February 14,      5:02 p.m.

Mishpatim        February 21,      5:11 p.m.


Terumah           February 28,      5:19 p.m.

Tetzaveh (Zachor) March 6,      5:27 p.m.



Charles Goldberger   15 Shevat         February 10,

Max Rosenberg         16 Shevat        February 11,

Leon Siegal                16 Shevat        February 11,

Emanuel Muskal        16 Shevat        February 11,

Frank LaMaskin         16 Shevat        February 11,

David Isaac Fohrman 16 Shevat        February 11,

Harry Zaidenberg       16 Shevat        February 11,

Raymond Wallach      16 Shevat        February 11,

Alezra Sultana            17 Shevat        February 12,

Max Morris                 17 Shevat         February 12,

Goldie Riederman      18 Shevat        February 13,

Herzl Yakubovitz        18 Shevat        February 13,

Melvin Roth                18 Shevat        February 13,

Brina Boltax                18 Shevat        February 13,

Rhea Rosenberg        18 Shevat        February 13,

Estelle Seifer              19 Shevat        February 14,

Allan Moss                  19 Shevat       February 14,

Julius Bofman             20 Shevat       February 15,

Eisig Hass                   20 Shevat       February 15,

Henry Drosin               20 Shevat       February 15,

Howard Ross              20 Shevat       February 15,

Herbert T. Myerson     20 Shevat       February 15,

Skokie Central received this lovely ark and menorahs from the Rocky Mount synagogue in North Carolina.  The following is the text that our synagogue received from Sarah Fuerst after her visit to Skokie Central this past Simchat Torah.  Sarah was one of Rocky Mount's long standing members who helped facilitate the sending of the ark to us.


    "Jane and I were overwhelmed by our warm welcome at Skokie Central...What a wondrous congregation!  The rabbi and the chazzan led a beautiful service.  The symbolism of our being there on Simchat Torah was striking, The Ark and the menorahs look fabulous in their new home.  I love the way the congregation used the glass cover from their old Eternal Light on the base of Rocky Mount's Eternal Light.  It was a perfect way to blend the old with the new."

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