Once upon a time, our children’s day school had volunteer curriculum committees, comprised of teachers and parents. In 2011 or 2012, I was invited to join the General Studies Committee. Among other things, I was tasked with overhauling the school’s report … Continue reading
You can license a customized version of this calendar for your local mikveh! To learn more, please contact me at the e-mail address from the back cover of the calendar. You can also find contact info on my resume. (Click on … Continue reading
Over the course of nineteen years, I produced eleven annual reports for the Cincinnati Community Kollel – annual in the sense that each covered a year’s activities. Over time, they evolved and grew, reflecting different periods in the Kollel’s development. I’ll include … Continue reading
This is a manual I produced for the Chevra Kadisha (literally, “Sacred Society,” a volunteer group which prepares the deceased for burial) of Cincinnati. The previous manual had no illustrations, and some of the Chevra’s procedures had changed when the … Continue reading
Years ago, a friend and former coworker started agitating for a locally produced parasha sheet – a weekly, one- or two-page publication with insights into the weekly Torah reading and religious holidays. The Kollel wasn’t ready to take the project … Continue reading
Purim is a holiday full of mirth, merriment, and parody. The holiday schedules I put together for the Kollel reflected that. Here are sixteen examples, including one which got “censored.” (Actually, more than that got censored, but not so publicly.) … Continue reading
From 2010 to 2014, the Kollel‘s point man for campus outreach, Raphael Weinschneider, organized a series of chamber concerts to benefit his programs. I tried to carry the look and feel of the publicity materials over from year to year, … Continue reading
Designing the look and feel of an annual event’s materials can be a lot of fun – especially if the event itself looks to be a fun one. Here are several I did for the Cincinnati Community Kollel. … Continue reading
From late 2007 to early 2010, Rabbi Yaakov (“Cobi”) Robinson gave two series totaling 15 lectures to women. The goal of these flyers was to create a “brand,” as it were, which would highlight each lecture’s topic, while making it … Continue reading
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I put this k’suba together for the Kollel several years ago, and we’ve used it a few times. The daylilies were in Ellen Pollock’s garden; IIRC, I placed a sheet of white poster board behind the flowers so it would be easier to mask them out in Photoshop.