Hatzolah of Central Jersey Issues Safety Information for Upcoming Eclipse

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  1. Super but what Is lkwd going to do Abt kids being dismissed at that time with long bus rides? Going to be pretty hard to have little kids do this safely….

  2. If you decide to buy these glasses on Amazon, please be aware that several customers are complaining that the seller is advertising that his glasses are certified and the customers can not find any certification on the actual glasses.
    A little hint to see if a seller is maybe a liar:
    He has 300 reviews and he sold 10,000 glasses in the past month.

    • I checked the glasses at the above-mentioned website (www.avenuesofthesky.com). Each pair has the certification printed on it. The website also appears on the American Astronomical Society authoritative list of safe sellers.

    • The certified glasses say to discard after 3 years. This once in a lifetime event will occur now twice in around 7 years, but next one in these parts is in 99 years.

  3. You should watch Rabbi O.’s (of AvenuesOfTheSky) presentation on Masechta Rosh Hashana’s sugyos of the Moled and of the Mazalos! Fascinating!

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