January 17, 2019 •
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Men's Club Annual Sports Breakfast 2019

with Curtis Martin, Hall of Famer & Former NY Jet

curtis martinwebAnnual Sports Breakfast
Presenting Guest Speaker

Curtis Martin
Former New York Jet &
Member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame

Sunday, January 27, 2019
Breakfast & Check-in 8:30 AM
Event: 9:30-11:30 AM

@ Temple B’nai Abraham
sponsored by Men’s Club…all invited to attend, bring your family and friends!
Enjoy a hot delicious breakfast cooked by Men’s Club Members
Autograph signing opportunity*    50/50 Raffle
*Please note: Autographs limited to 1 item per person and subject to time

Event Pricing
Men’s Club or Sisterhood Members: 
$60 per family**, $30 per adult, $15 per child under 18
All others: Guests, Non-Sisterhood or Men’s Club Members: $75 per family**, $50 per adult, $15 per child under 18
** Immediate family
>All children under 8 admitted free. Must be accompanied by an adult.

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Event Sponsor

Thank you to ShopRite of Livingston, our corporate event sponsor!

Event Committee
Rob Blumhof, Andy Sonnenberg, Carey Gertler, Mitch Katz, Rob Stecklow
Andrew Halper & Peter Rosenbaum, Men’s Club Co-Presidents

“It’s not what you achieve in life, but who you become as a person due to those achievements.” – Curtis Martin

Running back Curtis Martin was drafted in the third round by the New England Patriots in 1995. Martin finished the year as the AFC’s leading rusher with 1,487 yards and scored 14 touchdowns. He was named Rookie of the Year, All-AFC, and voted to the first of his five Pro Bowls.

Martin’s steady output continued throughout his 11-season, 168-game career as he joined Hall of Famer Barry Sanders as the only runners ever to start their careers with 10 straight 1,000-yard seasons. Martin led his team in rushing in each of his 11 seasons in the NFL.

Martin, who signed as a restricted free agent with the New York Jets after his third season, had his finest year in his second to last season. He rushed for a career-high 1,697 yards in 2004 to win the lone NFL rushing title of his career. He also tied his career-high of nine games with 100 or more yards rushing. He was named first-team All-Pro for the second time of his career that season.

He retired in 2006 as the NFL’s fourth all-time leading rusher and was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2012.

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