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Parking Spot Raffle Find yourself circling the neighborhood for hours every day? Alternate Side Parking giving you trouble? Do you seem to be making weekly "donations" to the NY State DMV? And don’t want to shell out the monthly rate at the garage? A parking spot on Bennett would be nice. We thought so too. Introducing the Mt. Sinai Parking Spot Raffle! Secure Parking in the Mt. Sinai Parking lot on Bennett with 24-7 access. $100 Per Entry / Maximum 200 tickets will be sold! Purchase A Raffle
Parking Spot Raffle
Rosh Hashana Luncheon Join us Thursday, September 25, 2014 (1 Tishrei) for the annual Rosh Hashana Luncheon. Sign up before Friday, September 19th for Early Bird Prices! Rosh Hashana Luncheon Registration
Rosh Hashana Luncheon
Purchase High Holiday Seats Davening at Mt. Sinai on the Yamim Nora’im is spiritually invigorating and a beautiful manifestation of our strength as a community. We look forward to yet another year of inspiring and uplifting davening led by talented members of our community. We hope that you will join us this year at Mt. Sinai. Seats for the Yamim Nora’im may be reserved here. Reserve Your Seat
Purchase High Holiday Seats
Blood Drive: September 29th Mt Sinai will be hosting a blood drive on Monday, September 29th. Pease take a moment to sign up for an appointment. Donors who make an appointment ahead of time will be given a "fast pass." Those who have a fast pass won't have to wait in line with the walk-in donors.Thank you again for your participation in this truly important mitzvah. Email Heightsblooddrive@gmail.com to volunteer. Sign Up for an Appointment
Blood Drive: September 29th

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             Recognizing and Responding to Child Abuse

On February 23, 2014, Dr. Victor Vieth, Director of the National Child Protection Training Center, presented on how to identify, prevent, and respond to child abuse.  His presentation slides are available for review.

To determine the appropriate agency to call for filing a report of suspected or known child abuse, search the Child Welfare Information Gateway. If there is insufficient information to form a reasonable suspicion, but you are still concerned, the ChildHelp USA National Child Abuse Hotline (800-422-4453) provides guidance to anonymous callers who are                                                 considering filing a report.

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National Child Protection Training Center

Director,

National Child Protection Training Center

Sun, 21 September 2014 26 Elul 5774