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[Mar 19, 2019] Breakfast and Learn
The Shul will be having a breakfast and learn program this upcoming Sunday, March 24 at 9:00 am. Rabbi Alex Hecht will be speaking. The program will take place in the basement of the Shul.
The program is sponsored by Dr. Jack & Terri Sandler to commemorate the yahrzeit of Jack's father, Dr Louie Sandler - Mordechai Leib ben Aharon z"l.
[Mar 18, 2019] Hashavas Aveidah

Lost: Kiddush cup and tray for the B'ris on March 18.

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[Mar 17, 2019] Baruch Dayan HaEmes (Bereavement Notice)
We regret to inform you of the P'tirah of Sara Gorman, z”l, wife of Harry Gorman and mother of Earl Gorman, Debbie Gorman, Bev Herzig and Michele Rotman.

The L'vayah will take place 2:30 pm Sunday March 17 at Benjamin's Park Memorial Chapel.

Shivah will be observed at the Herzig home, 111 Laurelcrest Avenue, Toronto.

Davening Times:
Shacharis: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday: 7:45 am
Thursday (Purim – followed by Megilla reading): 7:15 am
Minchah: 7:15 pm
No Shivah visits between
11:30 am – 1:30 pm
5:00 pm  -  6:30 pm
Shiva concludes on Friday afternoon March 22
May the family be spared from all further Tzaar.

[Mar 17, 2019] Very Good News Israel
  • hrough in the search for a universal leukemia treatment.
  • Israeli scientists have discovered a vital medical reason for sleep.
  • IKEA and McDonald’s launched Israeli initiatives to help those with disabilities.
  • A new Israeli solution to the global desert crisis.
  • Nvidia has bought Israel’s Mellanox for $6.9 billion.
  • Time Out readers chose Tel Aviv as the best city in the Middle East.
  • The Israeli President’s wife breathes easily thanks to a donated lung.

[Mar 15, 2019] Isakow Granddaughter (Mazel Tov)

Mazal Tov to Izzy & Ellen Isakow on the birth of their granddaughter in Raanana.
Mazal Tov to grandparents Peter & Marla Veres of Montreal
Mazal Tov to great grandparents Faygie Isakow, Archie Richmond, Mitzy Richmond, Arnie & Caroline Steinman and Hugette Veres.

May the girl grow l'Torah l'Chupah Ul'maasim Tovim and be a source of Nachas to her family and all K'lal Yisrael.

[Mar 15, 2019] Giblon Granddaughter (Mazel Tov)

Mazal Tov to Allen & Rachel Pimienta on the birth of a girl in Rochester, MN.
Mazal Tov to grandparents Jay Giblon & Karen Adler, Karen Giblon and Morris & Helene Pimienta.
Mazal Tov to great grandparents Barney & Beverly Giblon.

May the girl grow l'Torah l'Chupah Ul'maasim Tovim and be a source of Nachas to her family and all K'lal Yisrael.

[Mar 12, 2019] Scholars in Residence
Please see updated flyer with speakers and topics for the Scholars in Residence on Parashas Sh'mini, March 30.
We would like to thank the following families for their generous sponsorship:
Arthur Herzig and Terri Sandler to commerorate the recent yartzheit of their father and Tali a"h.
Judy Lebowitz and Family in honour Anshel Lebowitz's recently celebrated 87th birthday, may he be blessed with long life and good health.
Helene and Debbie Bauer in memory of their dear parents, Adele and Eugene Bauer z"l.
[Mar 11, 2019] Purim Party

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For those that have not yet RSVPd for the post M'gillah party, please see flyer attached.

Please RSVP to events@clantonpark.com by March 17th

This event is being sponsored by:

Judy Lebowitz, children, grandchildren and great grandchildren in honour of Anshel Lebowitz on his 87th birthday


Chayim & Tovit Rubin in honour of their 2 newest grandchildren: Shoshana Rubin and Eli Chad.

[Mar 10, 2019] Very Good News Israel
  • An Israeli device is the first wireless, battery-less heart monitoring implant.
  • Israel’s spaceship goes into higher orbit after taking a selfie.
  • Israel’s Ramon Airport has opened to International flights.
  • Two Israeli companies earned over a billion dollars last year.
  • Israeli “special” band Shalva will play at Eurovision semi-finals.
  • An Israeli won 3 gold medals at an international gymnastic grand-prix.
  • Israel Railways staff returned a lost property item worth 234,000 shekels.
[Mar 1, 2019] Scholars in Residence
In conjunction with Torah in Motion, Clanton Park Synagogue will be co-hosting Dr. Marc Shapiro, Dr. Leslie Ginsparg Klein and Rabbi Dr. Zev Eleff  on Shabbos Parshas Shimini, March 29 - 30. Full bios of these acclaimed scholars and speakers are below.
The exact details are still being coordinated but it will include a Shabbos morning drasha, pre-Minchah shiur(s) and a speaker at S'udah Sh'lishis. Further particulars will be announced in the coming weeks.
Sponsorship opportunities are available. Please contact Yossi Salmon (jzsalmon@gmail.com) for further information.
Rabbi Dr. Zev Eleff is Chief Academic Officer of Hebrew Theological College in Skokie, IL and Associate Professor of Jewish History at Touro College. He also serves as Research Director of Mission Measurement's Jewish Impact Genome. He is the author or editor of nine books and more than forty scholarly articles in the field of American Jewish history. His Who Rules the Synagogue (Oxford) and Modern Orthodox Judaism(JPS) were both finalists for the National Jewish Book Award. His Authentically Orthodox: A Tradition-Bound Faith in American Life is due out in the Fall 2019 (Wayne State University Press).ersity Press) and Modern Orthodox Judaism (JPS). Recently, he was named one of Chicago's "36 Under 36" by the Jewish United Fund of Metropolitan Chicago.

Leslie Ginsparg Klein is the Academic Dean of Women’s Institute of Torah Seminary/Maalot Baltimore, an Orthodox Jewish seminary and college for women. An accomplished scholar and author, Dr. Klein has lectured across the United States and internationally, and taught at Gratz College, Touro College and Hebrew Theological College.  Dr. Klein received her Ph.D. in Education and Jewish Studies from New York University, where she researched the history of Orthodox girls’ education in America and the Bais Yaakov movement. She is an alumna of Michlalah, Stern College for Women and the Wexner Graduate Fellowship, and a recipient of the New York Jewish Week’s “36 Under 36” award (2009). Dr. Klein is on the editorial board of Lehrhaus and the founder and director of Girls’ Night On, a not-for-profit organization that promotes Jewish women in music and the arts. Dr. Klein lives in Baltimore with her husband and children. 

Marc B. Shapiro holds the Weinberg Chair in Judaic Studies at the University of Scranton. He received his BA at Brandeis University and his PhD at Harvard University, where he was the last PhD student of Professor Isadore Twersky. He is the author of numerous articles and reviews and is a popular scholar in residence at synagogues around the world. He has also written Between the Yeshiva World and Modern Orthodoxy and The Limits of Orthodox Theology, both of which were National Jewish Book Award Finalists. Other books of his include Saul Lieberman and the Orthodox and Studies in Maimonides and His Interpreters. His newest book, Changing the Immutable: How Orthodox Judaism Rewrites Its History appeared in 2015.

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[Feb 25, 2019] Purim Party

Annual Clanton Park post Megila Purim party. Special Fire show, you don’t want to miss it!

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[Feb 25, 2019] Shabbatons and Bar Mitzvah Programs

Shabbatons and Bar Mitzvah Program with the Rav and Rebbetzin

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[Jul 5, 2018] TCN 2018-2019 Schedule

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