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Council Meeting,Beit K'nesset
Risk Management II
7:15 PM
Mitzvah School
Torah Study, Beit K'nesset
5:30 PM
7:30 PM
Shabbat Worship
Alcott Center
6:00 PM
6:30 PM

Mitzvah School
Midrasha, Beit K'nesset
Purim Palooza, Alcott Center
9:30 AM
1:15 PM
2:00 PM
Magillah Reading, Beit K'nesset 7:00 PM
Family Purim, Beit K'nesset TBA
Shabbat Worship
Alcott Center
6:00 PM
6:30 PM

Mitzvah School
Midrasha, Beit K'nesset
9:30 AM
1:15 PM
Risk Management III, Beit K'nesset 7:00 PM
No School, Spring Break
Shabbat Worship
Alcott Center
6:00 PM
6:30 PM

No School, Spring Break

Alcott Center
530 Bernard
Buffalo Grove, IL 60089 
Beit K'nesset
251 Milwaukee Ave., Suite 142/143
Buffalo Grove, IL 60089

Shabbat Worship:
3/8, 3/15, 3/22, 3/29

Jewish Holidays Calendar 5776-5780

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Anshe Tikvah is honored to have been entrusted
with MST #1502 Orphan Scroll.

What Is an Orphan Scroll?
This does not have an easy answer.In 1942, curators in the Central Jewish Museum in Prague, sent out a call to the Jews in the regions of Bohemia and Moravia, Czechoslovakia, to send their Judaica and artifacts to the museum for safe keeping. After the defeat of the Nazis, the scrolls were taken to The Michle Synagogue, near Prague, where they remained for twenty years.In 1964, after the establishment of The Memorial Scrolls Trust, the scrolls were taken to the Westminster Synagogue in London where they are housed and cared for.  
A small museum in Kent House displays the work of the Trust and tells the history of the scrolls. Of the 1,564 scrolls, 216 lost their identity and could not be traced to any community. They became known as the “orphan scrolls.

When Anshe Tikvah was first established, we applied for and were accepted to adopt Orphan Scroll #1502.  In memory of the communities that Orphan Scroll #1502 represents, Anshe Tikvah has adopted the Czech cities of Straznice and Knezdub.In 1997, two of our members, Phyllis & Bob Felsenberg, who were connected to the Czech Republic traveled there. They collected many artifacts and photographs of the synagogues and cemeteries and donated them to Anshe Tikvah.

We show honor to Orphan Scroll #1502 as all our B’nai Mitzvah read from the Torah. Many of our student’s great grandparents are survivors of the Holocaust.We offer worship services at many Assisted Living and Nursing Homes throughout the year.  Residents that are survivors of the Holocaust are very touched to see Scroll #1502.We are honored and privileged that Scroll #1502 has been entrusted to us. Just as we have done in the past, throughout the coming years, we will continue to honor the memories connected to Orphan Scroll #1502 during Shabbat and Yizkor services and on Yom HaShoah. 

For information on “Czech Torah” The Memorial Scrolls Trust –


 Dates : March 10, May 5, 2019
Time: 2:30 pm start time  
Place: Home of Boris and Lana Dubinsky
uffalo Grove, IL 60089 (call for address)
Food: Snacks and drinks 
Players: Room for up to 40 players 
Buy in:   $75 + $10 to cover snacks and drinks
$35 for re-buys 
Prizes:  First place: 50% of Prize Pool
                  Second place: 35% of Prize Pool                                            Third place: 15% of Prize Pool   
(Prize pool will be based on 1/3rd of total buy-ins…              Balance is charitable contribution)

Join in a fun filled afternoon of a Texas Hold’em Tournament. 
Invite your  friends, relatives, neighbors, and poker buddies.  

Please RSVP to Ron KleimanPhone (847) 910-0221 or

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is a Jewish congregation whose goal is to be a
non-judgmental community based on:

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P.O Box 2455
Northbrook, IL 60065-2455

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Purim Palooza

Sunday, March 17, 2019 2:00 - 4:00 pm
Alcott Center, 530 Bernard Dr., Buffalo Grove
Cost: $5.00 person or $10.00 per family
(suggested donation)

Make Hamentashen (purim cookies)
Create Gregors (noisemakers) and masks.

Carnival games for the kids.
This event is appropriate for adults and familes and is open to the ommunity.

Please RSVP by March 13, 2019

Reading Megillat Esther
PG13 Sober Megillah Reading
Wednesday, March 20 - 7:00 PM
251 Milwaukee Ave., Buffalo Grove
Conference Room - 2nd Floor (elevator available)
Please RSVP by March 15 to

Double Hamentashen for those who come in costume!!!

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