Under the supervision of the Supervisory Council, a total of 402 valid votes were cast in the 2018-2020 Mashadi Youth Committee elections held on Sunday Nov. 18. 2018 which include 18 absentee ballots. An additional 8 votes were declared invalid due to having voted above or below the allowed limits. The results:
2018-2020 MYC Members (alphabetically)
2018-2020 MYC Alternates
1. Ilan Bassali
2. Michelle Karmely
3. Ariel Basalely
4. Kevin Hakimi
5. Yasmine Aziz
6. Rachel Aziz
7. Nick Hakimi
2018-2020 MYC Advisers (alphabetically)
Missed the last retreat? Or just had so much fun you can’t wait to go again? Join us for this year’s MYC Winter Retreat on December 11-13. Enjoy an all inclusive weekend at Jiminy Peak. Sign up is $350 early bird special, $400 after Nov 1st. Price includes transportation, 2 nights stay in hotel, fully catered meals, skiing, winter activities, outdoor jacuzzi and spa. To sign up Venmo @mycofficial or contact any MYC member. Don’t miss out! Space is limited. Click here for Flyer and more Info
The MYC Chesed Committee is very excited to announce their first event of the year: THE OHEL PURIM CARNIVAL!
Come enjoy a fun day with youth and adults with special needs. There will be free food, dancing, games and much more! Please join us on March 8th, from 12-4:30 pm, at 54 Steamboat Road. Organizations attending include members from HASC, Friendship Circle and Ohel. Make sure to wear a costume! Note: Adult supervision advised for children under 12. A special thanks to our anonymous sponsor for the dedication in the memory of Ephraim ben Shmuel.
We are pleased to announce the 2014 – 2016 MYC election results in alphabetical order:
Aaron Aziz Carolina Aziz Debbie Aziz Michelle Bassaly Shirley Carmili Gab Etessami Melyna Hadjibay Shelby Hakimian Daniel Kamali Jamie Karmely Jacob Namdar Josh Namdar Melanie Namdar Igal Nassim Jonathan Zar
There were a total of 462 ballots, of which 5 were invalid. 457 ballots were valid.
MTC will be heading to New York city for a night of skating at Bryant Park. This year, the event will take place on Saturday Night, January 11th. Pizza will be served at 130 Steamboat at 7:30 PM, followed by bus departure at 8:00PM. $25 includes dinner, bus transportation and skating. Limited space available so please reserve your spot by December 24. For more information, contact Erica Kamali (516-965-8720), Adam Livi (516-423-3787) or David Hajibay (516-507-9232).
Bring meaning into your day-off and spend some time learning @MYC office. Come and learn on your own, with a Hevruta, or in one of the amazing classes being offered all afternoon (details on specific classes TBA) – Free Lunch as well!
11:00 am Doors open for learning. Classes being offered all day.
With the help of Mehdi Nassimi, Cyrus Elian, Behnam Pourattarian, Igal Nassim and David Karimzadeh we have finally reached the final weekend of matches. We would also like to thank Mehdi for hosting the finals.
The finals for the men’s singles and doubles tournaments will take place this Sunday September 22nd 2013 at 11AM at Mehdi and Ania Nassimi’s residence, 4 Pheasant Run. The matchup for singles is David Karimzadeh v Ariel Hakimi. Following the singles final, the doubles matchup will take place between the winner of Alex Rahmani / Michael Hakimi and Simon Kashfi / Jared Hakimian vs the winner of David Karimzadeh / Sammy Hakimian and Benny Nabavian / Ray Hakimian.
We’d like to thank all the participants in this year’s tournament. I hope you had a good time, and hopefully we will have this tournament for many years to come.
You asked for it, and we’re bringing it back! There will be Colbeh Dinner, Wine & Whiskey Bar. Tickets are at a special price of $30! The night will feature a memorable speech from our very own Rabbi Adam Sabzevari!
The event is open to guys 23+ and girls 18+.
To buy tickets or get more information, talk to:
Charlotte Shahverdi, Yossi Abrahimi, Adam Hakimi, or Benjamin Hadjibay.
Our dynamic duo of Rabbi Adam Sabzevari and Rabbi Mosheh Aziz will be opening Seuda Shelishi (3rd Meal of Shabbat) this week at 130! Come end Shabbat on a high note, and fulfill the mitzvah of eating a 3rd special meal of Shabbat from Shop Delight, with a warm atmosphere, amazing speakers, and wonderful singing. We will end the night with havdala. Open to all guys & girls. Mincha starts at 6:45 pm @ 130 Steamboat Road.
The Mashadi Youth Committee has organized a blood drive to be held at Shaare Shalom Synagogue (54 Steamboat Road), on Sunday, April 14th, from 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Blood cannot be manufactured – it can only come from generous donors – which is why we encourage all eligible donors to come and participate. The general requirement to be a blood donor are as follows: 1) Must be age 17 or up. 16 year-olds can donate with permission of parent or guardian who must sign you in. 2) Must weigh at least 110 pounds. 3) Must have valid identification such as a driver’s license, passport, or other valid picture id, and your social security number. Drinks, snacks, and light food will be available for all donors. For more information, please feel free to contact Shawn Aziz at 516-423-6231 / firstname.lastname@example.org, Maxine Karmily at 516-782-1551, or Charlotte Shahverdi at 516-424-2252 / email@example.com