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Saturdays @ 10:30AM

 

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Tuesdays @ 6:30pm

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High Holiday Services

Erev Rosh Hashanah Wed. 9/20 @ 7:30PM
Rosh Hashanah Thurs. 9/21 @ 10:30AM
Erev Yom Kippur Fri. 9/29 @ 7:30PM
Yom Kippur Sat. 9/30 @ 10:30AM
Neilah Service Sat. 9/30 @ 7:00PM
Sukkot Shacharit Thurs 10/5 @ 10:30AM
Sukkot Kiddush
Potluck  Party
Sat. 10/7 @ 1PM
Shemini Atzeret/
Simchat Torah
Wed. 10/11 @ 7:30PM

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We are wishing you a sweet and prosperous New Year 5772.  So what are your new year resolutions this year?  Would you like a set of tools which will help you be a better person, heal your relationships, and build a closer connection with Messiah?  We invite you to join our second year of mussar practice with the Riverton Mussar program.

The Hebrew term Mussar (מוּסַר), is from the book of Proverbs 1:2 meaning instruction, discipline, or conduct.  The Mussar movement was a Jewish ethical, educational and cultural movement that developed in 19th century Eastern Europe, particularly among Orthodox Lithuanian Jews.

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Yadayim Men's Retreat 2009

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The  facts and suggestions:

  1. Payment for the retreat is due in full ($80) by May 1st.
    Those who need special arrangements for payment, please speak to me in person and we can work something out.
  2. We need to coordinate carpooling to the cabin.  Let me know who is available to drive and who needs a ride.
  3. We will be eating at the cabin all weekend, and all food for Shabbat (4 meals) needs to be pre-cooked and will be re-heated on demand.  On the way back on Sunday we will stop for lunch.
  4. Please take note of your assigned food items to bring for the weekend.  The planning for the menu was designed to balance out the food load.
  5. Bring snacks and water for yourself in case of unexpected events.
  6. Cell phones do not work in this area.  We will have a phone at the cabin, but it only has local calling features.
    The phone number for the cabin is:    360.599.9167
  7. There is room for 10 to sleep.  There are 4 single beds, the others are shared.  Bring your own air mattress and bedding if needed.
  8. This weekend is a time for the men to bond both spiritually and socially.  We will have study and discussion time as well as time for activities and relaxing.  Bring games and toys to share and enhance the experience.
  9. Don't forget your Torah and your siddur.  I will bring some copies from the shul as well.  Let me know if you don't have one and we will bring extras.
  10. We are going to try and keep a certain level of Shabbat observance - no cooking, no writing, no creating.  Please be mindful of this as we are in the moments of Shabbat.

I look forward to this exciting weekend.  Contact me at 206.851.7905 if you have any questions, or at rafael@maaleh.org.

-Rabbi Jason

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Other details for the cabin:  http://www.mtbakerlodging.com/index.php?page=property&Property_Number=78


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Guests Beds Bedrooms Baths
10 2 King Beds
1 Queen Bed
2 Trundle Beds
3 2

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Property #78 Photos Virtual Tour Availability

Silver Lake: This beautiful new low-bank lakefront 2-story cabin is the ultimate family retreat, and partially handicapped accessible! The 1st floor features one bedroom with 1-king sized bed and a laundry cubby with a stack washer/dryer, one bedroom with 1-queen sized bed, a 3/4-bath with a low threshold shower and handrails, and an open living/dining/kitchen area with high-end appliances, vaulted ceilings, a gorgeous gas fireplace, and an expansive window area overlooking Silver Lake. The 2nd floor features an open loft with a foosball table, a DVD/monitor, and 2-trundle beds. Just off of the loft is 1-full bath with a jetted tub, and a master suite with 1-king sized bed plus a freestanding gas fireplace. Outside the rear of the home is your own private HOT TUB and a gas grill! This vacation property will sleep up to 10-persons (ENFORCED Maximum Occupancy).

No Smoking No Pets Handicapped Accessible

Community Area
Silver Lake, the Maple Falls Village provides visitors to the Mt. Baker area with public services and Silver Lake is a beautiful moutain lake with many activities.

Amenities
  • Full Kitchen
  • Dishwasher
  • Microwave
  • Coffee Maker
  • Toaster
  • Gas Grill (outdoor)
  • Basic Cookware
  • Gas Insert Fireplace
  • Telephone (FREE local calls)
  • Loft
  • Washer Dryer
  • Handicapped Accessible
  • DVD w/monitor
  • CD Player
  • Foosball Table
  • Jetted Bath Tub
  • Private Outdoor Hot Tub
  • Silver Lake Amenities
  • Deck
  • Lake View

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Yadayim Retreat 5769

At Silver Lake

Friday, May 1st - 3rd, 2009

Kabbalat/Erev Shabbat

4:00 - 7:00pm

Setting up, unpacking and getting settled

8:02pm

Shabbat candle lighting

7:14 - 9pm

Kabbalat Shabbat, Kiddush, Dinner

9:30 - 10:30pm

Introduction to weekend Topic

10:30 - Midnight

Beer & tall tales

Shabbat Morning / Saturday Afternoon

7:00 -10:30am

Breakfast , Quiet Leisure Time

10:30am - 12pm

Shacharit service, Study & discussion on the Parasha

12:15 - 1:30pm

Kiddush, Oneg Lunch, Bentching

2-3:30pm

Conclusion of Topic

3:30pm- 6:30pm

Flex-fun time. Rest, recreational time - Hitbodedut

6:30pm -7:50pm

Shalosh Seudah/Third Meal, Bentching

9:04pm

Havdalah

8:30pm - 10:30pm

Evening Activity

Yom Rishon Morning / Sunday Afternoon

8:30 - 9:30am

Shacharit  in living room (optional)

9:30 - 10:30am

Breakfast together and bentching afterward

10:30 - 11:00am

Thank you's, pack and leave the cabin

11:00am

Depart Mt. Baker area and return keys

~1pm

Lunch on the road

~5pm

Arriving at Beth HaShofar at 5pm

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For those bringing food, please make sure it has a kosher heksher symbol unless it is fresh unprocessed food (like lettuce, fruit, etc)

Personal items to bring:

  • Bring swim trunks if you want to use the hot-tub.
  • Water, protein bars, etc.
Riding with Food Bringing
Damian B. Rabbi na
na
David S. Driver Chips & snacks for Sat night
Nuts, Pretzels, etc.
na
Don R.
Jeff na na
Jeff E. Driver na

Big kid toys

Kevin Jeff

Green salad stuff (cucumbers, red peppers, 2 bags spinach)
Dressings (Ken's brand are kosher)
Fruit Salad

na
Rob Jeff Sparkling Cider
Sparkling Water (3 - 2 liter Talking Rain)
Beer (24 bottles)
Challah
Ciabatta bread

 

Tim B. Jeff

Orange Juice
V-8 (low sodium)
Tea
Milk
Half & half

Shabbat Candles
Havdalah Set
Matches
Yoshi M. Rabbi

2 doz bagels
Cream Cheese
Parve Dessert for Erev Shabbat

na
Tyler M. Rabbi na na
Rabbi Jason Driver

Chicken
Rice
Veg. bacon
Humus (2)
Crackers
Spicy Cheese
5 Doz Eggs (half boiled)
Coffee press
Coffee tea
Pancake Mix (+ Oil)
Syrup
Margarine
Dairy Dessert & Treats
Plastic Silverware

Shabbat Wine (2 large bottles)

Pan of Lasana
Pan of Fettucini

Chumashim/Besorot
Siddurs/Transliterated
Study Books
Shul Drum
Bentchers
Torah Scroll
Camera
Shampoo (from shul house)

 

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Erev Shabbat Dinner

  • Challah and Wine for Kiddush
  • Green Salad
  • Chicken & Rice
  • Pareve Dessert
  • Wine, Sparkling Cider, Sparkling Water

Shabbat Morning Breakfast

  • Boiled eggs and pre-cooked veggie bacon
  • Fruit
  • Bagels (½  dozen plain, ½ dozen everything)
  • Salmon Cream Cheese Spread
  • Plain Cream Cheese Spread
  • Orange juice, V-8, Coffee, Tea

Shabbat Lunch

  • Challah and Wine for Afternoon Kiddush
  • Vegetarian Lasagna
  • Green Salad
  • Sparkling Water, Coffee, Tea
  • Dessert

Shalosh Seudah

  • Fettucine Salmon Alfredo
  • Dessert
  • Sparkling Water, Coffee, Tea, Sparkling Cider

Sunday Morning Breakfast

  • Pancake breakfast,  Scrambled Eggs, Veggie Bacon
  • Orange Juice, V-8, Coffee, Tea

Sunday Afternoon Lunch

This is a lunch out so please be sure to bring money

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