The Men’s Club of Beth Israel
The Men’s Club is an arm of Beth Israel. The purpose of this organization is to strengthen Jewish consciousness by cultivating social interaction, encouraging social services, offering religious education, supp
Sorting activities that benefit the Congregation and promoting closer fellowship among its members. We welcome Jewish men in the congregation and community at large.
Men’s Club men support the Beth Israel congregation and each other with a variety of spiritual, educational, and social activities:
* Scheduled monthly meetings and events (Click here for Calendar)
* Sponsorship of an annual Men’s Club Shabbat service
* Contributions to Beth Israel operational expenses
* Hands-on help and funds to augment special temple projects
Annual dues are $18 (Chai).
Stephen Tabin, President
Jeff Beller, Executive VP
Ed Blecher, VP Membership
Steve Blesofsky, VP Programming
Steve Morris, VP At-Large
Paul Grossman, Secretary
Rich Hoffing, Treasurer
My thanks to Rochelle Lafer, Barbara Grossman, and the entire Sisterhood membership for their Zoom presentation for the Sisterhood/Men’s Club Hanukkah party. One of the best parts was the Hanukkah skit featuring Rabbi Carla and some outstanding
members of our congregation.
On January 26th at 12 noon, the Men’s Club will be presenting an Al Katz Center program entitled: “Miraculous Jewish Military Victories: The Six Day War and the Yom Kippur War.” This Zoom presentation will be open to all Men’s Club and Sisterhood members, as well as the entire Temple membership.
All paid-up members of the Men’s Club are invited to our first (of the season) live, inperson, free luncheon on February 23rd at the SCC Community Association facility. If you are not presently a paid-up member (only $18), we invite you to send a check payable to “Beth Israel Men’s Club” to our Membership VP, Ed Blecher, 308 Crystal
Downs Court, Sun City Center, FL 33573 ASAP in order to be eligible for our paid-up members’ luncheon. Please include your address, email, and phone number.
As Jeff Beller said in his report, “As always, the goal of the Beth Israel Men’s Club is to bring information and knowledge to its members in an atmosphere of Brotherhood and to give back to the Temple.” We will continue to do so.