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In This Issue Friday Night Oneg Calendar Publications Upcoming Events Teams & Clubs Parnas Hayom Slow Minyan Matching Gift Opportunity Tweeting Up A STORM Follow Us on Facebook Volunteer for TAPA Chadashot Archives Sports Opening Night Sukkot With TABC Eye of the Storm Torah and Science Update Flu Shots Friday Night Oneg All students are invited to an Oneg at the home of Rabbi & Mrs. Rich 689 Winthrop Road, Teaneck 8:15 PM - 10:00 PM Calendar Want to integrate the TABC calendar into your own digital one? Visit our website calendar page and click "Subscribe" on the top right. Calendars available include Athletics, Admissions, Alumni, and College Guidance. If you choose the Events calendar, you'll get October 28, 2016 26 Tishrei 5777 Sports Opening Night is Next Week Sukkot was Hopping With TABC Spirit TABC SIMCHAT BEIT HASHOEVA TABC rebbeim, alumni and talmidim celebrated their annual Simchat Beit HaShoeva in Keter Torah's sukkah. They joined together for pizza, singing, dancing and divrei Torah. The gemara instructs us that teshvu k'ein taduru, that the sukkah should act as our home throughout the chag. In this case, it served as our home away from home, TABC. For more photos, click here .

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Calendar
Publications
689 Winthrop Road, Teaneck
8:15 PM - 10:00 PM
"Subscribe" on the top right. Calendars available include
Athletics, Admissions, Alumni, and College
Guidance. If you choose the Events calendar, you'll get
October 28, 2016 26 Tishrei 5777
Sports Opening Night is Next Week
Sukkot was Hopping With TABC Spirit TABC SIMCHAT BEIT HASHOEVA
TABC rebbeim, alumni and talmidim celebrated their annual Simchat Beit HaShoeva in Keter Torah's sukkah. They joined together for pizza, singing, dancing and divrei Torah. The gemara instructs us that teshvu k'ein taduru, that the sukkah should act as our home throughout the chag. In this case, it served as our home away from home, TABC. For more photos, click here.
For a printable version of the calendar, click here.
Israel Report Please click here for the latest issue of the Israel
Report
Kol Torah Please click here for the latest issue of Kol Torah
Faculty Divrei Torah
Torah by our esteemed faculty
Eye of the Storm Please click here for the
latest issue of Eye of The Storm
Upcoming Events
6:30 PM
November 6 Open House for Prospective
Students
November 11 End of First Quarter
November 23 Thanksgiving Eve 3:40 Dismissal
TABC VISITS BORO PARK A group of over 30 TABC juniors, seniors and alumni traveled with TABC rebbeim to Boro Park to experience what a Simchat Beit HaShoeva is like among some of the chassidim who live there. They were privileged to hear words of Torah from the Munkatch Rebbe and the Bobov Rebbe in their respective Sukkot. Then, they had a wonderful time dancing with members of the Karlin Stalin and Stuchinsk communities. It was a fun, leybedik learning experience, which demonstrated incredible achdut among Jews, and was enjoyed by all. For more photos, click here.
December 26-27 No School
January 2 No School
Teams & Clubs
TABC has many opportunities for students to excel and grow outside the classroom. The list of clubs & academic teams is extensive. Please visit our website to read all
about them!
Parnas HaYom
sponsorship opportunities, please contact Sharon
Rifkind, Director of Development &
[email protected]
The slow minyan is back! It meets at 7:40 in
Room 15 (Rabbi Adler's shiur room). Enjoy the
opportunity to say all the words of davening and
still have time for breakfast!
MONSEY SIMCHAT BEIT HASHOEVA
Although the night was damp, the ruach soared. Thursday night, the third day of Chol Hamoed 5777, TABC held its annual Simchat Beit HaShoeva in Dr. Berman's sukkah. Forty-five students and alumni, good food, zmirot, and divrei Torah packed the sukkah. Senior Shai Gutfreund was the first speaker. He spoke of the value of earning a mitzvah via a Chasidisha Moshel. Doc followed with a set of signature stories connecting the mitzvah of sukkah with Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur.
At this time the pizzas were delivered and a break was taken for eating and zmirot.
Doc's son-in-law, Rabbi Etziony (father of Yisroel Meir - also in attendance) from the Radin Kollel, told a story of the Chofetz Chaim. He connected the temporal character of this world with that of the sukkah we were sitting in. Our very lack of permanence encourages us to excel. Rabbi Grossman, the Morah D'asrah of the TABC Monsey community, batted cleanup. Rabbi Grossman read through and explained passages in Gemara Sukkah. His take home message was that any Jew who "walks the walk and talks the talk" will go through life with legitimate and lasting simcha.
ALUMNI VISIT RABBI MALITZKY
A group of Matmidim alumni from TABC's Class of 2015 drove to Highland Park on Motzaei Shabbat of Chol HaMoed Sukkot for a Melave Malka/ Simchat Beit HaShoeva with
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Tweeting Up A STORM!
on Twitter @TABC_Activities. Rabbi
Director, will be tweeting all about the excitement
going on at TABC.
Follow us on Facebook!
Facebook is a wonderful way to see exciting snapshots of
what's going on in TABC between issues of
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TAPA
Rabbi Malitzky.
Wow! What a super turn out!
The TABC Sukkot reunion in Israel has really become a tradition! Coach Bobby Kaplan, Athletic Director, has been organizing a brunch reunion during Sukkot time for over a decade now. Every Hoshana Rabba, Bobby gets together with all TABC alumni who are spending the year learning in Eretz Yisrael. "I can't believe it's eleven years already," said Coach Kaplan "Our yearly reunion of alumni participants keeps growing and recently current TABC students and their families have been joining us as well."
What better place to meet on Chol Hamoed Sukkot than on Ben Yehuda Street in Yerushalayim at the famous Big Apple Pizza? Sixty-one alumni attended this year for a few hours of friendship, Torah thoughts, and stories of their TABC experiences.
Bobby, who travels to Israel each year to see his grandchildren, realized that during the Chagim, the TABC alumni are first acclimating to their new programs and it wasn't enough to just randomly bump into them. So Bobby formalized their reunion into a Sukkot Chol Hamoed TABC happening. It's an opportune time to re-bond with the alumni and help with their transition and has served as an important springboard for their success in spending their year of growing and learning in Eretz Yisrael!
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Chadashot is now archived on our website.
In case you missed a week you can click here to view
past issues. SIMCHAT TORAH HAKAFOT
Over 70 talmidim, together with many of their rebbeim, celebrated Simchat Torah night with Hakafot in TABC. They learned and danced together, as their ruach filled the yeshiva. During the auction for "Ata Horeta", the talmidim committed themselves to being misayem the entire Massechet Megillah. Meanwhile, Rabbi Blau joined the many juniors who learned in the NCSY Kollel this past summer for Hakafot at their reunion in DRS in the Five Towns. So many juniors chose to spend their summers learning at programs that they were a major and impressive force during the Hakafot.
Eye of the Storm Latest Issue Published
Ms. Burstein's Journalism class published its first issue of Eye of the Storm, TABC's student newspaper. You can access the digital newspaper here.
Torah and Science Update The Torah and Science elective watched and passionately debated the now famous debate between Rabbi Jonathan Sachs and Professor Richard Dawkins. Rabbi Sachs presents key ideas regarding what he terms the "great partnership" between Torah and Science. Comparisons were drawn between this debate and the Ramban's classic debate with Pablo Christiani. Vigorous debate ensued regarding
permitted/appropriate allegorization of stories in Tanach, especially the story of Adam and Chavah in Gan Eden. Viewing the recording of the riveting debate is highly recommended. It may be accessed here.
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