by Susan Efroymson
All politics are local is as true now as ever. Important elections coming up this November and you must be registered to vote. Remember if you don’t vote, you can’t be counted, and if you don’t count, we all count for less. Stand up for your community and do your civic duty also considered a Mitzva to do so. To vote in the next election, you must be registered 30 days before. There are local and state issues that effect us coming up on this November’s ballot.
Do You Need to Register?
Have you recently moved?
Has someone in your home recently turned 18 or will be 18 by November?
If you’ve never registered at your new address or will be newly eligible to vote or have never voted before, it’s easy to register by filling out the form at Cuyahoga County Board of Elections website (or Lake County’s) or at any DMV or Library. Please do so today because if you don’t vote, you don’t count.
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The N’shei Simcha Gemach will be going through some changes over the next few weeks iy”h. We are very fortunate that we will be remaining in our “home”. Over the past fifteen years we have been blessed with gracious hosts – Mr. And Mrs. Gershon Adler, a”h, and the Choueka family. As the Chouekas embark on a new chapter in their lives, the gemach will now be housed and hosted by the Levovitz family. We wish both families much hatzlocha in their new surroundings and thank them for this huge chesed. May Hashem bless them with much simcha in their lives.
The gemach will be closed the week of August 13th and possibly the following week as well. Please contact Aliza at 216-371-3685 to set up an appointment after those times. Thank you for your continued support. May we always share in each other’s simcha.