Post 352: Free admission to a Musical Melave Malka this Motzei Shabat at the Riglers’ house Please call for reservations: Space limited. 02-627-2096An Invitation to Pray at the RESTING PLACE of our Holy Ancestors near Tiberius; Free Workshop on Retirement to be held in Baka; Pumpkin Pancakes


Musical Celebration in The Old City:

Free admission to a Musical Melave Malka at the Riglers’ house
Please call for reservations: Space limited. 02-627-2096


Leib Yaacov Rigler — piano
David Louis — flute, trumpet

Motzei Shabbos, Sept. 17, 8:30 PM
2 Ararat St., Rova HaYehudi

Admission free. Donations are welcome to Holy Woman Foundation, a
non-profit organization that feeds 150 little girls in a school in
Jerusalem. (U.S. tax deductible)
David Louis has worked with Leonard Bernstein and Jan Pierce. During the roaring 60’s he played in the warm up band of Janis Joplin at Woodstock and
with the Buddy Rich Orchestra. During that exciting time he developed an
interest in Jewish Mysticism and began to study Kabala and Chassidus.

Leib Yaacov Rigler has performed his own arrangements on CBS television and
radio, including “Alice” (starring Linda Lavin), and the popular weekly
radio show “Arthur Godfrey Time.” He also appeared on “The Gong Show” with
producer/host Chuck Barris. He has arranged songs for Avrahm Fried, MBD,
Yaakov Shwekey and Benny Friedman.


An invitation to join a Women’s group for prayer at the RESTING PLACE   of our Holy Ancestors near Tiberius                                    זכר צדקים לברכה

                           Wednesday 25th Ellul   Sept. 28th

                                            11:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m. 

Dina bas Yaakov, Reuven, Shimon, Levi, bnei    Yaakov

דינה בת יעקב

ראובן, שמעון, ולוי בני יעקב

Yocheved bas Levi  יוכבד בת לוי    

Tzipora wife of Moshe Rabenu  צפורה אשת משה רבינו

Elisheva wife of Aharon the High Priest  א-לישבה בת אמינדב

 Bilha & Zilpa   בלהה וזלפה

Endorsed in 1996 by HaRav Chaim P.  Sheinberg 

 and HaRav Nachman Bulman

זכר צדקים לברכה

Call Esther: 580-2127


Greater Baka Community Administration happy to book a fascinating lecture on the subject of “What makes us happy?”

How well will  life be  in retirement?

Speaker: Yaffa Greiner
Lecturer at the Hebrew University School of Education; offers
Specialized workshops interpersonal communication and retirement.

The lecture is open to the public and is designed especially for those recently retired or soon to retire future.

On Monday, at 20:30 PM 19.9
Community Administration (Issachar 3)

free admission

Advance registration is required for a lecture!

To register: 02-6734237 (ext 110)
Or Mile

Let’s welcome!


Pumpkin Pancakes

Recipe Thumbnail
PREP TIME: 20 mins
COOK TIME: 20 mins
SERVING SIZE: 2 pancakes
This recipe was submitted by CKD patient Chef Duane Sunwold.
Author: National Kidney Foundation
Cuisine Types: American
Degree of Difficulty: Easy
Meal: Breakfast
Course: Entree
Preferences: Kid-Friendly, Vegetarian

Sponsored By:


  • 2 cup Rice Milk
  • 1 ½ cup All Purpose Flour
  • 1 tablespoon Brown Sugar/ or omit
  • 2 teaspoon Pumpkin Pie Spice
  • 1 teaspoon Baking Powder
  • 3 packet Stevia
  • 2 Large Egg White – Raw
  • 16 oz Fresh Pumpkin Puree or roasted pumpkin mashed

Cooking Instructions

Mix dry ingredients together: flour, sugar, Stevia, baking powder and pumpkin pie spice. In a separate bowl, mix pumpkin puree and rice milk together. Whip egg whites until they form soft peaks. Blend the dry ingredients into the milk and pumpkin mixture, after completely mixed, whip in egg whites. Grill on medium heat, on an oiled griddle. Turn the pancakes over when bubbles form on the top of the pancake. Cook on both sides-



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