Temple B’nai Abraham’s Men’s Club begins a new year with a new executive committee, the group plans to “pay it forward” for the next generation with new programming ideas and energy.
At its heart, the Men’s Club is about friendship, service and networking. Whether the event is cultural, social, or volunteer, Men’s Club members receive significant value for their investment of time. They will make new friends. They will increase their awareness about issues affecting the temple, the Jewish community, and Israel. And they will pass on to their neighbors, friends, and children the ideals they prize.
All male Temple members are encouraged to get involved in this dynamic organization. Pass on an idea for a lecture or panel topic and help produce the event and pick the speakers. For the benefit of our children, participate in the Temple’s Purim carnival, whether it involves soliciting prize giveaways from local businesses or supervising one of the booths. Whatever the time available, there is an opportunity to get involved.
Men’s Club is committed to increasing the strength of MetroWest’s Jewish community. To change even one thing about the Men’s Club, please call or e-mail your ideas to us. We look forward to strengthening our community together.
Andrew Halper & Peter Rosenbaum
Men’s Club Co-Presidents
Men’s Club Board
Peter Rosenbaum – Co-President
Andrew Halper – Co-President
Carey Gertler – Vice-President
Rob Blumhof – Treasurer
Jay Freireich – Secretary
Peter Rosenstein – Corresponding Secretary
The TBA Men’s Club is currently seeking additional players for the upcoming softball season. Games begin Sunday, April 25th and are played every Sunday morning through late-July (approximately).
For further information please reach out to
Mitch Katz – firstname.lastname@example.org
MEN’S CLUB HOCKEY NIGHT
NJ Devils vs Montreal Canadiens
It may have been a heated hockey game between the NJ Devils vs Montreal Canadiens on the ice at The Prudential Center in Newark , NJ on February 4th, but in the stands it was a friendly rivalry among the Temple B’nai Abraham Men’s Club members with their Canadian- born Rabbi David Z. Vaisberg and some of their guests, also Montreal Canadiens’ fans. Ultimately the Montreal Canadiens did take the game, but all who attended had a fabulous time of camaraderie and socializing at this TBA Men’s Club sponsored event.