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2015 – Chinese Auction Donors

Please show your thanks to the following businesses that generously donated to the Chinese Auction by using their services and mentioning that you appreciate that they helped out the Mastic Beach Hebrew Center. Thanks!

 East Moriches

Bailstone’s Flower Shop

My Silver Bracelet

Bay Gardens

East Moriches Hardware

Center Moriches

Atlantic Seafood

Rico’s Clothing

Animal Farm Petting Zoo

Ultimate Ice Cream and Cafe

Brother’s Four Pizza

Power House Gym

Mastic/Mastic Beach

Mastic Sea Food

Meineke Car Care Center

Ice Cream Cottage

Frank and Son Bakery

Lee Anne’s Mastic Flower Shoppe

Island Cinemas

Sunrise Barber Shop

John’s Pizzeria


Island Cleaners

William Floyd Diner


Ramsey’s Cafe


Massage by Robin – Robin Reich

Hallmark Chiropractic

Tanger Outlets

Uncle Joe’s Pizzeria & Restaurant

Vital A Tea

The Baker’s Workshop


Greek Bites Grill & Cafe

Wanda’s  Weight Room Plus

H and E Bagel Café

Sweater Outlet

Other Towns

Suhru Wines – Mattituck

Pete’s Bagel Café – Eastport

Bella Jean’s Hair Salon – Eastport

Relax by Reflex – East Setauket

Trend Hair Salon – Patchogue

Middle Island Accounting – Middle Island

Theatre Three – Port Jefferson

The Long Island Museum – Stony Brook

Long Island Children’s Museum – Garden City

The Rinx – Hauppauge

King Kullen

Cradle of Aviation Museum – Garden City

Old Westbury Gardens – Old Westbury

Jason’s Vineyards – Jamesport

CM Performing Arts Center – Oakdale

Gateway Theatre/The Patchogue Theatre – Bellport/Patchogue

Usher Plant Care – Stony Brook

Hallock’s Cider Mill – Laurel

King Kullen

Best Market


Dave & Buster’s

Panera Bread

chinese auction

Please come help out and have some fun with us as we prepare baskets for our biggest fundraiser of the year: Our annual Chinese Auction!


The auction will be at the temple, Saturday November 14.

You don’t need to know what to do!

We will guide you ; ANY help/ ALL help is great!

Any and All donations , gift certificates and ideas are  gratefully welcomed!

Chinese Auction preparation work sessions:


  • Saturday 10/3 at 11 am

  • Sunday 10/11 at 10 am ** Bagels and coffee

  • Sunday 10/18, time to be announced

  • Saturday 10/24 at 11 am

  • More sessions TBA

Please call, email or text Robin Reich
to let her know if you will be joining us to help or to answer any questions you may have.

Schedule of Services

Family Services return

Friday September 11 –   7:15 pm this Friday and the first Friday of every month.

We invite you to join us for a special end of summer / outdoor service

and 9/11 memorial


Join us for High Holiday Services

** We do not charge a fee for the High holidays,
but instead ask for a donation and trust in your generosity **

Rosh Hashanah

Sunday September 13-  Service 8:00 PM

Monday September 14  – Morning service at10 am
Tashlich service immediately following services

Tuesday September 15  – Family service at 11:00 am

Yom Kippur

Tuesday September 22 at 8:00 pm

Wednesday September 23  at 10:00 am
Children’s service  at 3:00 pm
Afternoon service at 4:00 pm

Yizkor service at 5 pm
Break-fast following services.

Sukkot Service

Friday September 25 – 7:15pm Family Service

Simchat Torah      

Friday October 2  –  7:15 pm Family service

While many of us welcome the New Year with our families, friends, and other loved

ones, the women and men of the IDF will be in uniform, at their posts, carrying out

their duties and protecting Israel and her people.


Signing this card is so important because each message will bring joy to a soldier 

who is away from home or who is unable to be with family on this holiday.


Please take a moment and show your continued support of Israel’s soldiers.

I look forward to working together in the upcoming year on behalf of the
brave women and men of the IDF.

L’Shana Tova,

Abigail Amsel Kahen
Director of Development
Friends of the IDF (FIDF)


Shabbat at the Beach

Friday July 17, 2015

Osprey Park, Mastic Beach

6:00 PM

Bring a picnic dinner for your family

We will provide:

Challah, wine/juice and dessert

Please bring: Beach chairs and blankets

In case of inclement weather go

directly to the Temple for an

Indoor picnic

“The  UNDIET-It’s a Choice” Curious?

This is a Free introductory talk about the in’s and out’s of true weight loss.

This technique is proven and may give you the permanent weight loss you long for.

Sponsored by the Mastic Beach Hebrew Center

A Donation will be given to the temple for each participant that signs up for the program.

Help a great institution and yourself

When: July 22, 2015

Time: 7 PM

Where: Mastic Beach Hebrew Center
Neighborhood Rd
Mastic Beach

R.S.V.P. 631-924-5078


Thank you to our sponsors!

    Join us for BINGO!


    Sundays, 1:00pm-4:00pm

    Island Bingo
    1055 Portion Road
    Farmingville, NY

    Proceeds support the Mastic Beach Hebrew Center. Win a shot at $3,000 in prize money. Admission packages start at just $15. Questions? Call Arthur Rosen at 631-399-2969.

    Raise Money for MBHC While You Shop

    shop_logo_maRegister through and get some great deals while raising money for Mastic Beach Hebrew Center.

    A proud member of the Central Suffolk Jewish Alliance

      Temple Calendar

      B-I-N-G-O !!

      bingo2Win a shot at $3,000 in BINGO prize money while supporting the Mastic Beach Hebrew Center. Games are every Sunday from 1:00pm to 4:00pm at Island Bingo, 1055 Portion Road, Farmingville, NY 11738 (631-736-8865). Admission packages start at just $15. And if you get hungry, Island Bingo has a snack bar. Question? Call Arthur Rosen at 631-399-2969.

      Need a room for a party, business meeting, or organization gathering at a reasonable rate? Our social hall is handicapped accessible, seats 85 people, and has a full kitchen. Call 631-281-8282 for more information and to schedule.


      With the help of a grant from UJA, Mastic Beach Hebrew Center is an official Superstorm Sandy Recovery Center.  We are open Wednesdays and Fridays 5:00pm to 8:00pm, and Saturdays and Sundays, 9:00am to 5:00pm and have a large variety of essentials available such as food, clothing, blankets, and diapers.  Crisis counseling is also available.

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