Men’s Club

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).

 

OFFICERS

                                          

Jeff Beller, President

Gil Daniels, Executive VP

Ralph Shaw, VP Membership

Steve Blesofsky, VP Programming

Marty Beverly, VP At-Large

Paul Grossman, Secretary

Rich Hoffing, Treasurer

 

Jeff Beller, Men’s Club President                           MensClub@jcscc.org

June/July 2021

On April 21st, we welcomed Daniel Noah of the National Oceanic & Atmospheric Association (NOAA), who led us through a great virtual program entitled “Thunderstorms and Hurricanes, Oh, My!”

This timely presentation marked the end of our programming season. It’s been a difficult but rewarding year for the men’s Club, as we’ve been able to provide the entire congregation with a number of exciting Zoom programs on a variety of subjects. We’re grateful to our
Programming VP Steve Blesofsky who, as always, did a yeoman’s job in making the arrangements for these programs.

We expect to resume programming in the fall—either virtually or, as the Temple reopens, in person. We look forward to resuming our membership meetings and Bagels & Discovery programs as soon as conditions permit.

In the meantime, stay safe, be well, and have a great summer!

Jeff

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