Anshe Emes Synagogue

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Anshe Emes Synagogue
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1490 S Robertson Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90035
(310) 275-5640

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Shabbos Miketz Shabbos Chanukah Rosh Chodesh Tevet Friday, Dec 11 – Candlelighting: 4:25pm– Mincha/Maariv: 4:30pmShabbos, Dec 12 – Shachris: 7:00 & 8:45am– Mussar: 3:35pm– Mincha: 4:20pm– Shabbos Ends: 5:35pmPizza Beis Midrash: 7:00pm

On Friday, June 26 and Sunday, June 28, there is an opportunity for the community to participate in a special volunteer project that may save lives. Boy Scout Troop 360 (chartered under Beth Jacob Congregation) and Hatzolah of Los Angeles are coordinating for an Eagle Scout Project inspired by the memory of Dr. Joel Schwartz, Yoel ben Avraham a"h. The Neighborhood Defibrillator Accessibility project will survey storefronts along Pico-Robertson's primary pedestrian thoroughfare, Pico Boulevard, from the Museum of Tolerance (Roxbury) to Mesivta Birkas Yitzchak (Crescent Heights): • To determine if they have a defibrillator (AED - Automated External Defibrillator). • If they know where the closest AED can be found. • Whether they would be willing to post a placard in their storefronts indicating where the closest device can be found during business hours. • There is no cost to the store or business. There will be no sales. • Information on how to obtain an AED will be distributed as the survey is completed. After the surveys are completed, bright custom placards will be printed, laminated and distributed to be affixed to windows inside the storefronts highlighting maps and arrows to the nearest AED which would be available during business hours. We hope this idea will spread to other neighborhoods. We hope it will inspire more AEDs to be purchased and made available. There will also be a Google Map -- suitable for smartphones -- showing participating AED locations participating in the survey. Seconds matter. Help do what is possible while waiting for Hatzolah or another ambulance to arrive. Perhaps a defibrillator is merely 50-100' away. First call 911. Then call Hatzolah. Then, if the situation seems like an AED is needed, go to a storefront and send someone to retrieve the AED. The more volunteers, the faster the completion. A sign-up form and a detailed description of the project is available at http://www.bhtroop360.org/eagle-projects Pairs of survey-takers will be given flyers, clipboards and approximately 20 storefronts, synagogues or hotels to survey and inform. Volunteers are to go out in groups of at least 2 people per team. A parent and child (recommended minimum age is 9 or 3rd grade). Details to follow. We need people for 2 or more hours on Friday June 26 from 10am to 2pm (volunteers can choose 10-noon, 11-1 or 12-2) and Sunday from 10am to 4pm (volunteers can choose 10-noon, 11-1, noon-2, 1-3 or 2-4). You may volunteer for more than one time slot. There are approximately 150 storefronts on Pico from Roxbury to Crescent Heights. We also wish to include all the synagogues and hotels within a quarter mile of Pico Boulevard along the surveyed corridor. Students who need volunteer service hours will be given a letter confirming their service. Please volunteer and we look forward to meeting you, handing you a clipboard with instructions, surveys and flyers, your team's list of locations, and a bottle of water. When you're done, you'll return the survey to the starting point. Please address questions to eagle-aed@bhtroop360.org. We will try to get back to you promptly. THANK YOU!
Description: Improve neighborhood safety by publicizing the specific locations of nearby Automated Electronic Defibrillators (AEDs). Coordinate “walking teams” of volunteers to survey storefronts and businesses in the neighborhood along primary pedestrian thoroufare (Pico Boulevard) to determine…

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Erev Shabbos Vayikra 29 Adar Shabbos HaChodesh Rosh Chodesh Nisan Friday Mar 20/Shachris 5:55/6:45am Mincha: 6:50pmCandlelighting: 6:45pmShabbos Day Mar 21/1 Nisan Shachris 7:00/8:45am Mussar Shiur: 6:00pm Mincha: 6:45pmShabbos Ends: 7:56pm

http://www.anshe.org/2014/clean-for-pesach-notes-harav-scheinberg/
This address was originally delivered 20 Adar II, 5749(Based on the responsa of HaRav Chaim P. Scheinberg, shlita, Rosh Yeshiva Torah Ore to questions posed by women attending his regular chizuk talks. (Footnotes to the original in Hebrew have been omitted. Call Anshe Emes for copies.)