Meeting minutes include reports from committees of the board, correspondence, and balance sheets.
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UPCOMING JANUARY EVENTS 18 Lecture Series led by 7:00-8:15 p.m. Rabbi Goodman - ?The Lam o f Death and M ounting in Judaism. ? Room 304 at the Hebrew Academy. 12,19, 26 7:30-8:45 p.m. Adult Education Class - ?introduction to Judaism ? with Rabbi Goodman. 12,19, 26 7:30-8:30 p.m. Adult Education Class - ?Torah & Haftorah Reading Workshop? with Adam Brustein. 21 7:30-8:30 p.m. Adult Education Class - ?The World O f The Talmud? with Rabbi Goodman. (This class is bi-monthly.) 14,21,28 7:30-8:45 p.m. Adult Education Class - ?Hebrewfor Beginners? with Elke Sidranski. 14 7:00-8:30 p.m. Talmud and ?Friends? A study program for teenagers with Rabbi Goodman. RSVP to the Temple for location and further information. 20 11:30 a.m. Sisterhood Torah Fund meeting at the Mardi Gras Inn on Paradise Road. Guest speaker will be Rabbi Goodman. 20 7:30 p.m. Havurah Study Group for Temple Members Only - 45 plus. Rabbi Goodman will discuss ?Reform, Conservative, Orthodox - What Do We Believe?? Call the Temple for location and further information. 27 7:30 p.m. Havurah Study Group for Temple Members Only - 45 under. Rabbi Goodman will discuss ?Reform, Conservative, Orthodox - What Do We Believe?? Call the Temple for location and further information. 29 7:30 p.m. New Member Shabbat Service. Sheetl ACTUAL BUDGET YTD PROJECTED 6/30/98 6/30/99 11/30/98 6/30/99 TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM BUDGET REPORT FOR THE FIVE MONTHS ENDING 11/30/98 INCOME Administration $ 318,789.00 s 318,000.00 $ 275,614.00 $ 395,501.00 Holiday & Ritual $ 233,493.00 s 177,150.00 $ 175,717.00 $ 205,700.00 Maintenance $ - $ - $ - $ - Religious School $ 30,107.00 $ 15,388.00 S 19,605.00 $ 21,508.00 Youth L 4.741.00 $ 300.00 $ - $ 2,100.00 Total Income s 587,130.00 $ 510,838.00 $ 470,936.00 $ 624,809.00 EXPENSES Administration S 229,410.00 $ 176,400.00 $ 66,295.00 $ 181,705.00 Holiday & Ritual S 135,931.00 S 269,300.00 $ 105,607.00 $ 270,000.00 Maintenance s 166,795.00 $ 130,503.00 $ 71,243.00 S 125,110.00 Religious School s 66,861.00 $ 64,100.00 $ 24,903.00 $ 65,170.00 Youth $ 13,183.00 $ 16,590.00 $ 5,721.00 $ 16,590.00 Total Expenses $ 612,180.00 $ 656,893.00 $ 273,769.00 $ 658,575.00 NET INCOME $ (25,050.00) $ (146,055.00) $ 197,167.00 $ (33,766.00) Page 1 Shcet2 TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM BUDGET REPORT FOR THE FIVE MONTHS ENDING 11/30/98 ADM INISTRATION ACTUAL BUDGET YTD PROJECTED 6/30/98 6/30/99 11/30/98 6/30/99 INCOME General Donations $ 8,765.00 S 7,500.00 $ 7,500.00 $ 9,000.00 General Donations - Specific $ 12,422.00 S 10,000.00 $ - $ 10,000.00 Membership Dues $ 191,689.00 s 175,000.00 $ 142,949.00 $ 175,000.00 Fundraising S 9,581.00 s 75,000.00 $ 80,876.00 $ 100,000.00 Bulletin Advertising S 1,505.00 s 1,500.00 $ 165.00 $ 1,500.00 Daily Minyan $ 1,164.00 $ - $ - $ - Memorial Plaques $ 2,053.00 s - $ 600.00 $ 1,800.00 Yiskor $ 1,454.00 $ 1,000.00 $ 391.00 $ 1,000.00 Yahrzeit $ 11,410.00 $ 10,000.00 $ 3,036.00 $ 7,500.00 Bar/Bat Mitzvali Fee $ 1,250.00 $ 1,500.00 $ 100.00 $ 1,500.00 Allocation - Sisterhood $ 10,000.00 $ - $ * $ 5,000.00 Allocation - Men's Clubs $ - $ 3,000.00 $ 3,000.00 $ 3,000.00 Allocation - Seniors $ - $ - $ ? $ - Prior Years Collections $ 3,363.00 $ ? $ ? Interest & Dividends $ 15,984.00 $ 10,000.00 $ 10,634.00 $ 40,000.00 Rental o f Facility (17th St.) $ 6,000.00 $ 3,500.00 $ 2,513.00 $ 2,513.00 Cemetery $ 22,250.00 $ 15,000.00 $ 16,162,00 $ 30,000.00 Loan Payments $ 19,899.00 $ - $ 2,688.00 $ 2,688.00 Rental of Oakey $ - $ 5,000.00 $ 5,000.00 $ 5,000.00 Income SubTotal $ 318,789.00 $ 318,000.00 $ 275,614.00 $ 395,501.00 EXPENSES Payroll - Executive Director S 47,755.00 $ $ $ Payroll - Administration $ 72,287.00 $ 75,000.00 $ 30,011.00 $ 76,000.00 Payroll Taxes s 11,961.00 $ 9,000.00 $ 4,060.00 $ 9,000.00 Payroll Service s 1,334.00 $ 1,400.00 $ 414.00 $ 1,400.00 Temp Staff & Subs s - $ - $ - $ 650.00 Insurance - Group Health s 6,736.00 $ 11,500.00 s 4,453.00 s 11,500.00 Legal s 1,405.00 $ 10,000.00 $ - $ 10,000.00 Accounting Yr. End Review s 2,500.00 $ 3,500.00 $ - $ 3,500.00 Office Equipment s 78.00 s 2,000.00 $ 1,041.00 $ 2,000.00 Page 1 Sheet2 Office Supplies $ 4,203.00 $ 6,000.00 $ 1,655.00 $ 4,000.00 Computer & Supplies S 5,519.00 $ 5,000.00 s 755.00 $ 5,000.00 Telephone & Directory Ad. s 10,323.00 $ 4,500.00 s 5,348.00 S 8,500.00 Postage $ 7,467.00 $ 4,500.00 s 4,200.00 $ 6,000.00 Travel s 38.00 $ - $ - s - Printing $ 7,827.00 $ 7,000.00 $ 797.00 $ 3,500.00 Publicity & Advertising $ 6,994.00 $ 7,500.00 $ 2,251.00 $ 7,500.00 Food - Admin $ 557.00 $ 600.00 $ - $ 500.00 Bank & Credit Card Fees $ 2,620.00 $ 2,500.00 $ 1,516.00 $ 4,000.00 Memorial Plaques $ 665.00 $ - $ 93.00 s 200.00 Contracts or Sendees $ 6,224.00 $ 6,000.00 $ 3,288.00 $ 6,000.00 Gasoline $ 101.00 $ - $ - s - License & Fees $ 20.00 $ 100.00 $ - $ 100.00 Dues - United Synagogue $ - $ 13,000.00 s 3,250.00 $ 13,000.00 Cemetery Fees $ 3,150.00 $ 3,000.00 s - s 3,000.00 S11S Deductible $ - $ - s - s - Note/LoanPayments $ 16,760.00 $ - $ 1,368.00 $ 1,368.00 Seminar Fees s 446.00 $ - $ - s - Rabbi's Search $ 12,140.00 $ - $ 687.00 $ 687.00 Yom Hashoah Service $ 300.00 $ 300.00 $ - $ 300.00 Bulletin Expenses $ - $ 4,000.00 $ 1,108.00 $ 4,000.00 Expenses Subtotal $ 229,410.00 $ 176,400.00 $ 66,295.00 s 181,705.00 NET INCOME $ 89,379.00 $ 141,600.00 $ 209,319.00 $ 213,796.00 Page 2 Sheet3 TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM BUDGET REPORT FOR THE FIVE MONTHS ENDING 11/30/98 HOLIDAY & RITUAL ACTUAL 6/30/98 BUDGET 6/30/99 YTD 11/30/98 PROJECTED 6/30/99 INCOME General Donations $ 847.00 $ 750.00 $ $ 500.00 Oneg/Kiddish/1 st Friday $ 2,224.00 $ 3,400.00 $ 1,895.00 $ 3,400.00 High Holy Day Tickets $ 75,250.00 S 65,000.00 $ 58,337.00 S 70,000.00 Kol Nidre Appeal $ 146,533.00 $ 100,000.00 $ 109,260.00 $ 125,000.00 Memorial Book $ 8,639.00 $ 8,000.00 $ 6,225.00 $ 6,800.00 Income Subtotal S 233,493.00 s 177,150.00 $ 175,717.00 $ 205,700.00 EXPENSES Payroll - Clergy $ 82,811.00 $ 202,000.00 $ 79,312.00 $ 202,000.00 Payroll - Visiting Rabbi $ 10,700.00 $ - $ - S - Payroll - Readers/Choir/Orgt $ 7,555.00 $ 5,800.00 $ 5,380.00 s 7,500.00 Babysitting $ 370.00 S 500.00 $ 642.00 $ 1,500.00 Payroll Taxes $ 5,618.00 $ 15,000.00 S 3,972.00 $ 15,000.00 Jr. Congregation $ 274.00 $ 2,000.00 $ 927.00 s 2,000.00 Insurance - Group Health $ 7,760.00 $ 15,500.00 $ 3,209.00 $ 15,500.00 Supplies $ 1,574.00 s 1,500.00 $ 959.00 $ 1,500.00 Subscriptions & Books $ 124.00 s 1,000.00 $ 374.00 $ 1,000.00 Printing $ 3,204.00 $ 3,500.00 $ 5,191.00 s 6,000.00 Publicity & Advertising $ 708.00 $ 1,000.00 $ 412.00 s 1,000.00 Oneg/Kiddish/lst Friday $ 13,395.00 s 16,000.00 s 3,597.00 $ 13,000.00 Security - Holidays $ 1,838.00 $ 5,500.00 $ 1,457.00 $ 2,000.00 Adult Education $ - $ - $ 175.00 $ 2,000.00 Expenses Subtotal $ 135,931.00 $ 269,300.00 $ 105,607.00 $ 270,000.00 NET INCOME $ 97,562.00 s (92,150.00) $ 70,110.00 $ (64,300.00) Page 1 Sheet4 TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM BUDGET REPORT FOR THE FIVE MONTHS ENDING 11/30/98 MAINTENANCE ACTUAL BUDGET YTD PROJECTED 6/30/98 6/30/99 11/30/98 6/30/99 EXPENSES Payroll $ 50,272.00 S 16,600.00 $ 11,613.00 $ 22,000.00 Payroll Taxes $ 5,101.00 $ 2,000.00 $ 1,307.00 $ 2,640.00 Temp Staff & Subs $ 401.00 $ - $ 2,358.00 $ 3,500.00 Insurance Group Health $ 5,611.00 $ 2,900.00 $ 1,067.00 $ 2,900.00 Contracts or Services $ 4,888.00 $ - $ ? $ _ Gardening $ 12,210.00 $ - $ - $ _ Pest Control $ 1,418.00 s 200.00 $ 54.00 $ 216.00 Electricity $ 31,010.00 $ 3,000.00 $ 347.00 $ 2,500.00 Gas $ 3,219.00 $ - $ 51.00 s 51.00 Water $ 7,180.00 $ 300.00 $ 131.00 $ 700.00 Sewer $ 422.00 $ 100.00 $ - $ _ Garbage Removal $ 211.00 $ 225.00 $ 88.00 $ 225.00 Security $ 5,391.00 $ 350,00 $ 648.00 $ 950.00 Maintenance Supplies $ 2,669.00 $ 1,000.00 $ 772.00 $ 1,000.00 Uniforms & Linens $ 7,953.00 $ 2,000.00 $ 1,169.00 $ 2,700.00 Major Repairs $ 1,311.00 $ - $ - s ? , General Maintenance $ 7,315.00 $ - $ * $ Vehicle Maintenance $ 423.00 $ 500.00 $ 113.00 $ 700.00 Gasoline $ 398.00 $ 300.00 $ 513.00 $ 1,200.00 Licenses & Fees $ 198.00 $ - $ - $ ? Insurance $ 15,139.00 $ 10,000.00 $ 5,932.00 $ 12,000.00 Sanitary System $ - $ 3,000.00 $ 803.00 $ 3,000.00 Sunday School Rental Fee $ - $ 5,000.00 $ - $ Trailer Fees and Moving $ - $ 60,200.00 $ 33,859.00 $ 40,000.00 Improvements $ - $ 7,500.00 $ 7,050.00 $ 7,500.00 Taxes - Land $ 328.00 $ 328.00 s 168.00 $ 328.00 Cleaning Contract Hebrew A $ - $ - $ - $ 6,000.00 Hebrew Academy Rental $ 3,727.00 $ 15,000.00 $ 3,200.00 $ 15,000.00 Expenses Subtotal $ 166,795.00 $ 130,503.00 $ 71,243.00 $ 125,110.00 NET INCOM E $ (166,795.00) S (130,503.00) $ (71,243.00) $ (125,110.00) Page 1 Sheet5 TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM BUDGET REPORT FOR THE FIVE MONTHS ENDING 11/30/98 RELIGIOUS SCHOOL ACTUAL BUDGET YTD PROJECTED 6/30/98 6/30/99 11/30/98 6/30/99 INCOME Genera] Donations $ 10,000.00 $ 10,000.00 $ 10,244.00 $ 10,172.00 Fundraising $ - $ - $ - $ - Hebrew School Tuition S 10,219.00 $ 4,000.00 $ 8,025.00 $ 10,000.00 Federation Allocation S 8,500.00 $ - $ - $ - Sherwin Trust Grant $ 1,388.00 $ 1,388.00 S 1,336.00 S 1,336.00 Income Subtotal $ 30,107.00 $ 15,388.00 $ 19,605.00 $ 21,508.00 EXPENSES Payroll - Administrater S 27,039.00 $ 30,000.00 $ 14,385.00 $ 35,000.00 Payroll - Teachers $ 27,152.00 $ 16,000.00 $ 3,584.00 $ 16,250.00 Payroll Taxes $ 5,538.00 $ 3,600.00 $ 1,173.00 $ 4,100.00 Group Health Insurance s 963.00 $ 3,000.00 $ 1,157.00 $ 3,000.00 Supplies $ 1,336.00 $ 1,500.00 $ 893.00 S 1,500.00 Subscriptions & Books $ 579.00 s 1,200.00 $ 2,908.00 $ 2,000.00 Printing $ 275.00 $ 500.00 $ 68.00 s 300.00 Publicity & Advertising $ 876.00 s 1,000.00 $ 376,00 s 1,000.00 Food $ 523.00 $ 500.00 $ 200.00 $ 500.00 Recognition Awards $ 300.00 s 500.00 $ - $ 500.00 Seminar Fees $ 1,331.00 $ 1,000.00 $ 139.00 $ 1,000.00 School Rental Fee $ - $ 5,000.00 $ - $ - Telephone $ 949.00 $ 300.00 $ 20.00 $ 20.00 Expense Subtotal s 66,861.00 $ 64,100.00 $ 24,903.00 $ 65,170.00 NET INCOME $ (36,754.00) $ (48,712.00) $ (5,298.00) $ (43,662.00) Page 1 Sheet? TEMPLE BETH SIIOLOM BUDGET REPORT FOR THE FIVE MONTHS ENDING 11/30/98 YOUTH ACTUAL BUDGET YTD PROJECTED 6/30/98 6/30/99 11/30/98 6/30/99 INCOME Fundraising - USY/Kadima $ - $ - $ - $ - Federation Allocation $ 4,500.00 $ - s - $ - Dues - USY/Kadima $ 241.00 $ 300.00 $ - $ 2,100.00 Income Subtotal $ 4,741.00 $ 300.00 $ $ 2,100.00 EXPENSES Payroll - Youth Director $ 11,539.00 $ 12,000.00 $ 5,077.00 s 12,000.00 Payroll - Youth Advisor $ - $ - $ ? Payroll Taxes $ 1,131.00 $ 1,440.00 $ 448.00 $ 1,440.00 Supplies S - $ 100.00 $ - $ 100.00 Postage S 400.00 $ 50.00 $ - $ 50.00 Travel - Scholarship $ - $ - $ - $ - Food $ 70.00 $ 600.00 $ - $ 600.00 Transportation s 24.00 $ 600.00 $ - $ 600.00 Scholarships s 19.00 $ - $ - $ - Programming $ - $ 400.00 $ - s 400.00 Membership Drive s - $ 200.00 $ 93.00 s 200.00 Lead USY s - $ 1,200.00 $ 103.00 s 1,200.00 Expenses Subtotal s 13,183.00 $ 16,590.00 $ 5,721.00 $ 16,590.00 NET INCOME $ (8,442.00) $ (16,290.00) $ (5,721.00) s (14,490.00) Page 1 Sheet 1 TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM BALANCE SHEET AS AT NOVEMBER 30, 1998 ASSETS Current Assets Operating funds Petty Cash $ 500.00 Cash - Checking $ 3,551.99 Cash - FSB MMA $ 335,137.27 First Nevada Bank $ 101,629.06 Merrill Lynch $ 253,046.15 Bank West $ 100,000.00 AG Edwards $ 345,302.39 Total Operating Funds $ 1,139,166.86 Restricted Funds - Building Cash - B of A $ 109,839.27 Cash - Bank West S 219,079.93 Cash - Wells Fargo $ 108,066.81 Las Vegas Bus. Bank $ 3,687.95 Everen Securities $ 238,385.41 Prudential Securities $ 158,904.89 Cash - FSB BF MMA $ 92,438.69 Total Restricted Funds - Building $ 930,402.95 Restricted Funds - Other Cash-Special Projects $ 2,771.11 SIIS Time Certificate $ 1,000.00 Total Restricted Funds - Other S 3,771.11 Total Current Assets $ 2,073,340.92 Property and Equipment Property 1 S 45,735.00 Summerlin Project S 832,569.90 Cemetery Plots $ 275,085.00 Palm Mortuary Crypt s 3,587.00 Funi. Equip. & Fixture $ 517,110.83 Automobile $ 4,110.00 Total Property and Equipment s 1,678,197.73 Total Assets s 3,751,538.65 Page 1 X Sheet 1 LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL Current Liabilities Accounts Payable $ (322.59) Choir Fund S 851.00 Publication Fund $ 3,093.00 Transportation Fund s (300.00) Rabbi's Disc. Fund s 1,591.77 USY Fund s 227.00 Total Current Liabilities $ 5,140.18 Long-Term Liabilities Loan - City of LV $ 256,525.00 Accrued Retire. Pay $ 119,430.00 Total Long-Term Liabilities $ 375,955.00 Total Liabilities $ 381,095.18 CAPITAL Reserve-Restr. Bui Idi ng $ 930,402.95 Reserve-Restr.SpePro $ 2,771.11 Fund Balance - Current $ 562,176.69 Fund Balance $ 541,277.75 Fund Bal - Temp $ 906,663.90 Net Income $ 427,151.07 Total Capital $ 3,370,443.47 Total Liabilities & Capital $ 3,751,538.65 Page 2 Shcetl TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM MEMBERSHIP STATS AS AT DECEMBER 30TH, 1998 CATEGORY NO. BILLED COLLECTED BALANCE Family 93 S 93,000.00 S 70,628.00 $ 22,372.00 Family-Reduced 24 $ 8,640.00 $ 5,434.00 $ 3,206.00 Newlyweds 0 s - $ - $ - Sr. Family 53 $ 45,050.00 $ 35,915.00 $ 9,135.00 Sr. Family Red. 33 $ 11,885.00 S 7,255.00 $ 4,630.00 Sr. Single 25 $ 17,500.00 $ 13,030.00 $ 4,470.00 Sr. Single Red. 32 $ 8,200.00 s 5,540.00 $ 2,660.00 Single (25-29) 1 $ 430.00 s - $ 430.00 Single (25-29) Red. 1 $ 200.00 $ 140.00 S 60.00 Single (30-64) 19 $ 15,200.00 $ 10,000.00 S 5,200.00 Single (30-64) Red. 8 $ 2,260.00 $ 1,280.00 $ 980.00 Starling Family 0 s - $ - $ - Starting Family Red. 1 $ 216.00 $ 216.00 $ - Under 25 2 $ - $ - $ - TOTAL 292 $202,581.00 S 149,438.00 $ 53,143.00 MEMBERS - FULL PAYING 191 MEMBERS - REDUCTION 101 Page 1 TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM Future Home.,.Summerlin South A Conservative Congregation Affiliated With The United Synagogue o f Conservative Judaism Celebrating SO i'ears o f Excellence 1948-1998 SERVICES Minyan: Monday & Thursday: 7:30 a.m. Sunday: 9:00 a.m. Rosh Hodesh: 7:15 a.m. Friday Nights: 7:30 p.m. Saturdays & Jewish Holidays: 9:30 a.m. All services are held at the Milton I. Schwartz Hebrew Academy - Auditorium 9700 W. HUlpolnte Rd in Summerlin Rabbi Felipe Goodman Cantor Simon Bergman Sandy Mallin, President Nate Mack Religious School Men?s Club Youth Programs Early Childhood to 8th Crade Sisterhood Judaic? Gift Shop First ?Friday? Tot Sliabbat Service &. Dinner Mailing Address: P.O. Box 36837,1.as Y'egas, NV 89133-6837 Telephone: (702) 804-1333 (702) 804-1370 Fax h if ICC CO " *clGC'CC JEWISH FEDERATION OF LAS VEGAS SIGESMUND CENTER ? 3909 South Maryland Parkwcy, Surte 400 ? Las Vegas, Nevada 39119-7520 ? (702) 732-0555 ? FAX (702) 732-3228 PRESIDENT ?AWO DAMAN FIRST V IC E PRESIDENT BRW4 K BERMAN. tSO. S E C O N D V IC E PRESIDENT RONWCRfH SECRETARY OEANNE SIRALSCR TREASURER DOUGLAS UNGER C AM P AIG N C O -C H A IR M EN GAfiV KANlCfi. M O RON WORTH W O M EN 'S DIVISION PRESIDENT SUSAN SMTH WOM EN'S DIVISION C AM P AIG N C O -C H A IR M E N OVOBREC&fft NANCY EX ECUTIVE DIRECTO R R O W E P S T E ? BOARD O F OiRECTORS fTCHACC A M l& M j ??r s c w l auerbach OR WRSAMAZXiSO? 5HELDONAOa50N DARYL Al THWHTZ. ?50. 3 K U ? V BERKLEY. fiO . M C W T l A CHERRY, ?30, DEBRA COHEN PETER OU0C*>VStfY. E M . JjQGE fkan F .N AB&? FRrgOMAN.fSQ, lEON FRIEDMAN NEAGALAJZ RHCNCAGLYMAN RWWGOLO0ERG A W T KATZ ?DVR< <ATZ.vaRO?V?1? STEPHEN A iCOUJNS.M D. CARtMAfTSHAC. MCHAELJ NGMCK DAVOOUCR ?EN E PERES DEBBIE PfCLMAN OR, NEVALE ??OKROY tTNh RCSENCRANT7 MB. TONI. SCHWARTZ SMARCN E SA3ESMUNO MONASHVERMAN MTRA&OTMCX OP DOPBL 50ROKV ROBERT LRiGFR SAMVENIURA JOANJTMMERMAN PAST PRESIDENTS A l BENEDICT DR. ALLAN N. SORUSZAlC OORCTHV&SEN8E3G PHL ENGEL ELAINE GALATZ ?AVOGOIDWAIER SENATOR 34 L KERM5IAOT LLOYD <A7Z? ^R O M E D. MACK AKIHJT MARSHALL H A L O ? ? DR. MARVIN A. PERER AftNE ROSEn CRANTZ PAST C AM P AIGN CHAIRM EN NATE AOELSCN? MEL Exacn N H LG GALATZ,ESa STAN MAU. N UC H *?LJ NOMCX HAL OMR OR. MARVW A. PETER LEONARD ROSEN* iRVING STS AJBEQG OP. LEON H, STEN8ERG DEANNE SIRALSER JEROME H. U K -EAN Z, WEINBETCE R" WTLUAM W&N8ESGER" RON WORTH EU WELT BENEFICIARIES BUSINESS! PROFESSIONAL GROUP COMMUNnYRELATCNSCOUNOL FEDERATION FCXACABCN XLLELAIUNLV HOtOCALST EOUCARON WTERf AITH STUOiNTCENTER ATUNLV SRAELNOCPENOENCE DAY JCweHCOMMjMlIVCENIEfl OE SOUTHERN NEVADA JEW'S* CDMMLNTV DAY SCHOOL JEW'S* FAMLYSEflWCE AGENCY LAS VEGAS HEBREW MGH LOCAL SYNAGOGUES M l TO ?!. SCHWARTZ HE BREW ACADEMY TASK FORCE ON THE ELDERLY VOMhASHON YOUNG LEAOERSHR DEVELOPMENT ?CWoraau ryittviDdn cgFj COCNCl OTjC?H - < ? > s v M VH H ? P * '' ' - o * ^ MEMORANDUM VLB-TO: Council of Jewish Organizations (COJO) Committee FROM: David Heller and Louis Levin Super Sunday Co-Chairmen DATE: December 22,1998 SUBJECT: Super Sunday Committee It?s that time of year again.. .Campaign is starting and we are gearing up for Super Sunday. We are pleased to be the Chairmen for Super Sunday ?99 and it is our goal to make this a truly community-wide effort. In order for this to happen, we need a Super Sunday Committee that has a representative from each agency. Therefore, we would like to ask you to appoint one person to serve on the committee from your organization. There are many areas of the committee to be involved in, and with the participation o f everyone, the amount o f work involved will be minimal and there will not be a lot of meetings. The great part o f being on the Super Sunday committee is that it is also a lot o f fun, so everyone that participates is sure to feel good about their efforts. W e have scheduled our first committee meeting for 5:30 p.m. on Monday, January 4, 1999 at the Federation office. Please call the Federation office with the name o f your representative. Your support is essential and we appreciate your cooperation. BE PART OF SUPER SUNDA Y, AND HELP US SHINE. V Super Sunday is a day of calling fellow Jews in the Las Vegas Jew?ish Community and asking them to make a difference. This is the one time of year when everyone has the opportunity to take an active role in ensuring our Jewish future in Las Vegas, in Israel and throughout the world. The Jewish Federation of Las Vegas is the central coordinat?ing body for fund raising, planning and allocating funds to support services for the Jewish Community. Our Jewish com?munity has grown like no other and continues to grow every day. Our challenge is to raise the funds necessary to meet the needs of every?one in our community. Help us shine.. . be a phone volunteer! Come join us at the Sands Expo and Convention Center in an atmosphere of community spirit on: SUPER SUNDA Y FEB R U A R Y 2 1, 1999 SANDS EXPO CENTER If you would like to put together your own group to fill a session please call Lori at 732-0556. You ?re The Star Jewish Federation of Las Vegas SUPER SUNDA Y February 21, 1999 Sands Expo Center Please help us shine by volunteering your time during one of these sessions: ____ 9:15am to I2:30pm ____ 11:45am to 3:00pm 2:15pm to 5:30pm ____ 4:45pm to 8:00pm Name:____ _______________________________________ Address:.-----------------------?? ----------------------- ------------- Phone: (H)---------------------------(W)----------------------------- (Fax) ----------------------------------------------------------------- ? I will be representing:-------------------------?.-------------------- ( if applicable.. name o f organization, synagogue or agency) Bring a Co-Star Name: ________________________________ ____________ Address:___________________? ? ? Phone: (H)-------------------------- <W)------------------------------ (Fax)_________________ ____________________________ NOTE: If you have not already done so, you will be asked to make your 1999 pledge to the Jewish Federation o f Las Vegas/llnited Jewish Appeal Campaign prior to telephoning your neighbors W i 3 1 TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM RABBI Felipe Goodman Cantor Simon Bergman President Sandra Mall?n First Vice-President Rose Raphael Second Vice President Robert Murdock Secretary Dr. Ste\'en Saxe Treasurer C, Terry Rahen Immediate Past President Jerome L Blut BOARD OF DIRECTORS Lawrence Brown Melanie Greenberg Maury Jones Herb Kaufman EUis Landau Dr. Steven Leibowitz Jim Lukasiewicz Mark Schemer Elaine Steinberg Faye Steinberg Sisterhood President Fran Levien Men's Club President Dr. Gary Markewich PAST PRESIDENTS Edward M. Bernstein Jerome L Blut Allen Brewster Barry D. Eisen Jack Entratter* Mel Exber Daniel Goldfarb * Oscar B. Goodman Albert Goat* Mike Gordon * Gene R. Greenberg Stan Irwin Lloyd Katz* Herb Kaufman Jake Kozloff* Harry C. Levy * Jerome D. Mack Nate Mack * Arthur Marshall Stuart J. Mason Melvin S. Moss Abraham J. Schur* Jared E. Shafer Harry Wallerstein* Justice David Zenoff THE NEXT MEETING OF THE TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM BOARD OF DIRECTORS WILL TAKE PLACE ON MONDAY. JANUARY 4, 1999 5:30 P.M. AT MOUNTAINVIEW HOSPITAL 3100 Tonava (255-5000) Directions: Hospital is located between Cheyenne & Lake Mead Boulevard. (Meeting will be held in the private dining room, which is through the cafeteria, on the first floor.) HONORARY BOARD MEMBER Sharon E. Sigesmund Executive Director Emeritus Leo Wilner* *Deceased 9700 W. Hillpointe Rd. ? Las Vegas, Nevada 89134 ? (702) 804-1333 ? Fax (702) 804-1370 Mailing Address: P.O. Box 36837, Las Vegas, NV 89133-6837 *** rnmt n v. United Synagogue of Conservative J udaism TEMPLE BETH SHOLOIM BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING (MOUNTAINVIEW HOSPITAL) January 4,1999 5:30 P.M. AGENDA I. Welcome Sandy Mallin, President n. D?var Torah Rabbi Felipe Goodman o. Minutes IV. Committee Reports: a. Board of Education Dr. Steven Saxe b. Budget/Finance Mark Scheiner c. Facilities Robert Murdock, Esq. d. Fundraising Elaine Steinberg e. Membership Melanie Greenberg f. Personnel Dr. Steven Saxe g- Ritual Gene Greenberg V. Miscellaneous V, Good & Welfare AH meetings are held the first Monday of the month, unless otherwise specified. Future Meeting Dates Are: February 1st, March 8th (2nd Monday), April 5th, May 3rd and June 7th. 1 TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM Board of Directors Meeting December 7, 1998 ATTENDANCE Melanie Greenberg, Maury Jones, Ellis Landau, Fran Levien Sisterhood President, Steve Mack, Sandy Mall in. Dr. Gary Markewich, - Men?s Club President, Rob Murdock, Dr. Steven Saxe, Mark Scheiner, Sherry Sigesmund (Honorary Member) and Faye Steinberg. Staff: Louise Appenzeller, Helene Rosen. Welcome: Sandy Mallin, President, called the meeting of the Board of Directors to order on December 7, 1998 at 5:30 p.m. at the Summerlin Medical Center Conference Room. She welcomed everyone to the meeting and advised the Board that she had appointed Steve Mack to the Board. She next stated that the Gala was a huge success. She said that the efforts of everyone were overwhelming. She said they grossed in excess of $100,000 and it was in no small measure to the hard work of everyone involved. She asked for the Minutes to reflect her personal, and the Temple?s appreciation, to the entire Gala Committee. Minutes: Faye Steinberg asked that the Minutes of the previous meeting be corrected to include her name as an attendee. A motion was made bv Dr. Steven Saxe to accept the Minutes as corrected, seconded hv Rob Murdock, voted upon and carried unanimously. Treasurers Report: Sandy said there was no Treasurer?s Report available due to the complexity of Helene?s schedule with the Gala. Dr. Gary Markewich asked what was the status of the Temple?s income and expenses. He stated he felt there should be a monthly report. Sandy stated that she has spoken to Amy Boruszak, a Temple member, who happens to be a CPA, to review the Temple?s books. She said that Amy, Helene and she will meet to review the figures and there will be a detailed financial report at the January meeting. Steve Mack stated that he felt in order for Board members to act responsibly there must be financial reports available to them on a monthly or quarterly basis. Mark Scheiner agreed with Steve and volunteered to serve as the Budget & Finance Chair. Maury Jones, Ellis Landau, Steve Mack and Dr. Steve Saxe said they would be willing to serve on the Finance Committee. Dr. Steve Saxe made a motion to give the financial records to an independent outside accounting firm, or CPA firm, to evaluate and audit the books. 2 Rob Murdock seconded the motion. Discussion followed. The motion was not voted upon. However, Helene said that she will provide a monthly report, with a balance sheet, for the next meeting. Committees: Faye Steinberg asked for the names of the Temple Committee chairpersons. Sandy stated that the following people serve as chairpersons: Melanie Greenberg, Membership; Dr. Steve Saxe, Personnel and Board of Education; Gene Greenberg, Ritual; Elaine Steinberg, Fundraising and Rob Murdock who volunteered to serve as Facilities chair. Faye volunteered to serve on the Board of Education Committee and Membership Committee. She suggested that there be an article in the next Bulletin asking for volunteers to serve on the various Temple committees. Sandy said this would be done. Steve Mack made a motion that there be a minimum of five people appointed to each standing committee, including the Chair. Rob Murdock seconded the motion. Discussion followed. No vote taken. Faye next said that the area in back of the stage at the Hebrew Academy needs to be cleaned up. She stated, and Melanie Greenberg concurred, the lighting behind the Hebrew Academy, in the area surrounding the building and the office is very poor. Rob Murdock will investigate the problems and handle the situation. Board of Education: Dr. Saxe advised the Board that there was a problem with a student in the Hebrew School. However, it was suggested that this matter be discussed at a Board of Education meeting. Board Responsibility: Steve Saxe said that Board members need to take a more active role on the Board and in the synagogue. He asked that the Minutes reflect the wording in the bylaws regarding this subject. The bylaws state: ?Article VII. VACANCIES, SECTION 1 A vacancy is created on the Board of Directors if (a) a Director resigns from the Board; (b) a Director is absent from more than four regular and/or Special Board Meetings in any calendar year without a reasonable excuse. The vacancy shall be deemed by the Secretary', to have been created on the date of the 4,h Board Meeting from which the Director is absent. This information is to be brought to the Executive Committee first for its review. The Executive Committee shall discuss the situation with the Board Member. The Executive Committee shall then decide whether to retain or remove the Board Member and then bring its recommendation to the Board at its next regularly scheduled meeting. Steve further suggested that each Board member receive a letter 3 reflecting this information, along with the number of times they have missed a Board meeting. Caterer: Faye next questioned the previous Minutes with reference to Starlight Caterers. Sandy said that this is a mute point, as she has had no response from Starlight. Discussion regarding this matter was put off temporarily. She stated that she will be looking for another caterer and will advise Faye so that she can be a part of the selection process. Litigation: The matter o f Schwartz v. Temple Beth Sholom was presented to the Board. A motion was made bv Steve Mack that the Board accepts the President?s recommendation regarding this matter. Seconded hv Fave Steinberg. Discussion followed. The vote was taken. Nine Board members voted in favor: one Board member, Robert Murdock, voted against. Motion carried. New Board Location: It was announced that future Board meetings would be held at Mountainview Hospital on Tenaya. Specific dates and room location will be forwarded to the Board with their next agenda and meeting notice. Passover: Sandy next talked about Passover and the possibility of having a Temple Seder. She explained that this has always been done at the Temple when it was on Oakey. She said that in view of the fact that the Temple is no longer there she suggested other locations where a Seder could be held. She said this matter would be discussed further with the Rabbi upon his return from New York. High Holiday Davs: The next matter to be discussed was the possibility o f having the High Holiday serv ices at the Resorts at Summerlin. Steve Saxe said he has been in contact with them and he should have a written proposal from them by Friday, December 11th. Rob Murdock asked if High Holiday services could be held at the Hebrew Academy next year? Discussion followed. It was decided that this idea would be discussed further based upon the proposal that Steve receives. 4 Miscellaneous: ? Sandy advised the Board that Rabbi Goodman would like to hold a Shabbaton weekend with the Board. Discussion followed with no conclusive decision. ? Steve Saxe spoke of a recent evaluation meeting that the Hebrew Academy held at Tournament Players Club. He explained the process that took place and suggested that the Temple do something similar. He stated that the Facilitator was Cheryl Miller and she did an outstanding job. Sandy said she would discuss this with Rabbi Goodman and perhaps something like this could be held instead of a Shabbaton weekend. ? Steve Mack asked what was being done about hiring an Executive Director? Steve Saxe stated that he felt the office needs to hire someone to be responsible for the daily operation of the Temple business. He suggested that a national search begin. ? Faye Steinberg next suggested that an article be placed in the Bulletin requesting sponsors for the weekly Oneg Shabbats and Kiddushim. Sandy said this would be done in the next issue. There being no further business the meeting was adjourned at 7:45 p.m. Respectfully submitted, Louise F. Administrative Assistant ?ller lV TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM RABBI Felipe Goodman Cantor Simon Bergman President Sandra MalUn First Vice-President Rose Raphael Second Vice President Robert Murdock Secretary Dr, Steven Saxe December 7, Immediate Past President Jerome L Blut Treasurer C. Terry Rahen BOARD OF DIRECTORS Lawrence Brown Melanie Greenberg Maury Jones Herb Kaufman Ellis Landau Dr. Steven Leibowitz Jim Lukasiewicz Mark Scheiner Elaine Steinberg Faye Steinberg Sisterhood President Fran Levien Men rs Club President Dr. Gary Markewich PAST PRESIDENTS Edward M. Bernstein Jerome L Blut Allen Brewster Barn,- D. Eisen Jack Entratter* Mel Exber Daniel Gotdfarb* Oscar B. Goodman Albert Goat* Mike Gordon * Gene R. Greenberg Stan Irw in Uoyd Katz * Herb Kaufman JdkcKr Harr\? C. Levy* Jerome D. Mack Nate Mack* Arthur Marshall Stuart J. Mason Melvin S. Moss Abraham J. Schur* Jared E. Shafer Harr\r Wallerstein * Justice David Zenoff To: Board of Directors From: Louise F. Appenzeller Re: Resignations 1. I)r. Phillip Devore (?Joined Adat Ari El?) 2. Mr. & Mrs. Arthur H. Friedland (?They live too far from Summerlin.?) 3. Mrs. Bella Ilasselson (?Too far to go to Temple - no longer has any 4. interest.?) 5. Mrs. Anita Moil (?Too ill, lives on eastside of town.?) 6. Mr. Jonathan Ritzenbcrg (?Too far - does not have car. Thinks TBS is for married couples.?) 7. Mr. & Mrs. Harold katzinan (?Temple to far for them to travel.?) 8. Mrs. Pearl Savitt (?Cannot afford Temple since her husband passed away.?) : l?a Don Feldman is now baking on our premises HONORARY BOARD MEMBER Sharon E. Sigesmund Executive Director Emeritus Leo Wilner * *Deceased 9700 W. Hillpointe Rd. ? Las Vegas, Nevada 89]34 ? (702) 804-1333 ? Fax (702)804-1370 Mailing Address: P.O. Box 36837, Las Vegas, NV 89133-6837 tr-n mm ? \g United Synagogue of Conservative J udaism TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM RABBI Felipe Goodman Cantor Simon Bergman President Sandra Maliin First Vice-President Rose Raphael Second Vice President Robert Murdock Secretary Dr. Steven Saxe Treasurer C. Terry Raben Immediate Past President Jerome l~ Blul BOARD OF DIRECTORS Lawrence Brown Melanie Greenberg Maury Jones Herb Kaufman Ellis Landau Dr. Steven LeibowitZ Jim Lukasiewicz Mark Scheiner Elaine Steinberg Faye Steinberg Sisterhood President Fran Levien M en's Club President Dr. Gary Markewich PAS