Take Very Good
Care of YourselvesDeuteronomy 4:15



This year Rosh Hashana comes out on Sunday night the 25th of September and will be observed through tuesday night.

Keep in mind that if one forgets to prepare anything that is needed for a medical condition, the Rabbis usually allow it.  It is advisable to check with your Rabbi.

Some of the things that one might want to prepare in advance:

Open all packages before the holiday

Fill your pump to the maximum

Change your batteries in order to avoid having to do it on the holiday&mdashremember we were told that one IS allowed to change batteries if needed

Since one might be in the synagogue for extended hours it is advisable to prepare testing supplies, food and even snack and/or Winkies to take along.

If one does not have drinks available in the synagogue, it is advisable to have a bottle of water and not go for a few hours without drinking.


FAILING TO PREPARE MEANS PREPARING TO FAIL!!The following article has a lot of tips and the basics to help you get through.


Check out some of our recipe suggestions

 We wish all our JDA members and all of klal yisroel a healthy, happy and successful New Year and beyond!!

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