This is the latest segment of the weekly video series from Rabbi Stulberger – You’ve Been Called to the Dean’s Office. It’s a short (four minute) message on a timely Torah topic. This week’s message: “The Magnetic Pull of the Seder.”
The Valley Torah Annual Auction is one of the most exciting events of the year. Prizes range from $3,600 cash, to a MacBook Pro with retina display, to an SLR camera, numerous iDevices, tickets to Disneyland for a family of 10 and many more prizes. See our Auction Page for more details.
The Annual VTHS Auction is coming this April 14!! We know that everyone has been excitedly waiting for the Auction Booklet to see the amazing prizes that you can win. Just click below to see the entire booklet. California law does not allow us to sell tickets directly on a web site, but you can download the Auction Order Form and e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org) or fax (818 505-7997) it back.
Here are some highlights from last year’s Auction:
Remember: You don’t have to be present to win, so send your order form!
This is the latest segment of the weekly video series from Rabbi Stulberger – You’ve Been Called to the Dean’s Office. It’s a short (four minute) message on a timely Torah topic. This week’s message: “Heavenly Humility.”
The Boys DIvision 10th and 12th grades are on a Shabbaton in New York City. They took part in the YU Sarachek Basketball tournament and spent Shabbos in Yeshiva Chofetz Chaim in Queens. Here are some pictures of their visit to the Empire State Building.
In Midwood, Brooklyn, there’s a luxury kosher grocery store called Pomegranate serving the modern Orthodox and Hasidic communities. It looks like a really nice Whole Foods. There’s a wide selection of kosher cheeses from Italy and France, wasabi herring, gluten-free ritual foods and nicely toned wood flooring.
The snack section is impressive. There’s a long aisle bursting with little bags of chips and pretzels, suitable for putting into school lunch boxes. That’s important because Orthodox Jews spend a lot of time packing school lunches.
Nationwide, only 21 percent of non-Orthodox Jews between the ages of 18 and 29 are married. But an astounding 71 percent of Orthodox Jews are married at that age. And they are having four and five kids per couple. In the New York City area, for example, the Orthodox make up 32 percent of Jews over all. But the Orthodox make up 61 percent of Jewish children. Because the Orthodox are so fertile, in a few years, they will be the dominant group in New York Jewry.
- Yossi Goldman [’02]) – twin girls
- Liran Nosrati [’07] – a girl
- Michal (Cohen [’04]) Shapiro – a girl
- Ariella (Kram [’02]) Zev- a girl
- Eli [’09] & Ruthie (Levine [’09]) Bloch- a boy
- Michael Katan [’02]- a girl
- Michael Kohanfars [’00] – a boy
- Moshe [’00] & Shelly (Gabay [’02]) Baseri – a boy
- Yossi Itkin [’02] – a girl
- Yisroel Kovacs [BMNA] – a boy
- Rachmiel Narod [’91] – a girl
- Yehuda Kamravapour [’05]- a girl
- David Cohen [’96] – a boy
- Adam Eisenberg [’96] – a boy
- Yaakov Hobb [’06] – a girl
- Ephraim [’96] & Liron (Harris [’99]) Rosenberg – a boy
- Aliza Kahn-Rose  to Jordan Roysman
- Avi Saada [’08] to Lenor Gamaty
- Yaakov Kroll [’08] to Devorah Kahn
- Miriam Leebhoff [’06] to Yoni Eizicovics
- Batsheva Rosenberg [’05] to Daniel Goldshmid
- Ushi Silverman [’06] to April Stone
- Simon Douek [’04] to Sara Wachtenheim
- Yossi Rosenberg [’05] to Chana Nortman
- Natalie Drubach  to Moshe Adelman
- Josh Koshki [’02] to Natalie Torkan
- Yitzi Lax [’06] to Donna Anavian
- Chaya Tova Adler [’10] to Ari Grunzweig
- Hillel Striks [’07] to Miriam Summers
- Jason Pietruszka [’08] to Daphna Reed
- Avi Schochet [’07] to Daniella Lent
- Eliyahu Barzivand [’06] to Yafit Avrahami
- Jessica Golriz [’05] to David Nissim Hyam
- Avi Lang [’07] to Sara Shaena Aizman
- Max Green [’05] to Talia Dayman
- Mazel Tov to Jonathan [’87] & Rachel Sopher on the Bar Mitzvah of their son
- Mazel Tov to David [’79] & Dorit Rosen on the Bar Mitzvah of their son Yuval
- Mazel Tov to Rabbi Aryeh [’80] & Debbie Striks on the engagement of their son Hillel  to Miriam Summers
- Mazel Tov Rabbi Daniel Rubenstein [’02] on receiving Semicha from Rabbi Moshe Heinemann, Shlita
- To the Striks Family on the passing of Jerry Bornstein
- To the Adelman Family on the passing of Al Adelman
- To the Han Family on the passing of Menachem Swissa
- To the Geller & Katz Family on the passing of Ann Geller
- To the Gross, Roth & Faershtein Families on the passing of Zalman Gross
- To the Levine Family on the passing of Elane Beck
- To the Darrison Family on the passing of Jay Darrison
- To the Liberman Family on the passing of Chanoon Berrebi