WHAT DO I STUDY?
The program is based on Rabbi Eliyahu Falk's famous Sefer, Oz Vehadar Levusha, Modesty an Adornment for Life. You will receive a reading assignment twice a month. The chapters will be broken down into small study segments so one can study it slowly and digest it properly. Twice a month you will take a quiz on the current reading assignment. You have one week to complete and return each test to your coordinator. Tests can be taken with an open or closed book. In either case the entire reading assignment must be completed before taking the test. Tests completed with a closed book are entitled to 2 coupons in the monthly raffle. Tests taken with an open book are entitled to 1 coupon.
HOW DO I PARTICIPATE IN THE RAFFLE?
Each quiz paper which scored 85% or more entitles you to 1 or 2 raffle coupons (depending on if you have taken the test with an open or closed book). In addition, 3 consecutive 100's entitles you to an extra coupon. Once a month your coordinator will submit your results to us. We will draw a raffle for a $50 gift certificate from a chosen store from your neighborhood. If you wish to save your coupons for a different raffle, you may.
IF I WIN, MAY I STILL COMPETE FOR OTHER PRIZES?
As a courtesy to the others in the program, raffle winners are asked not to participate in the coming 3 raffles, a 2nd time or third time winner will be asked to wait 4 and six months respectively.
WHAT IF I NEED A BREAK?
If for some reason, you find that you are not able to complete a particular reading assignment, you are allowed to take a break. Each participant is allowed up to three breaks a year without a special explanation. In addition, an "unrecorded" break is allowed if you give birth (B'sha'a Tova) or need to go abroad. A fourth break will disqualify you from continuing the program. In addition, everyone gets a vacation for Pesach (8-23 Nissan), Summer Bein Hazmaanim (8-22 Av) and Succos (8-24 Tishrei).