August 25, 2019 •
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Prime Time

The Prime Time Group is geared to those over 55 but membership and participation in programs are open to all.

Our first activity for the 2019-2020 year is a meet and greet with Rabbi David Vaisberg to be held in the home of one of our committee members. On Sunday, November 3, we are planning a theater party to the George Street Playhouse to see The Last Days of Summer, a play about the relationship between two boys and the third baseman of the New York Giants during the 1940s. There will be an in-house program in the winter. Finally, a spring trip to the new Statue of Liberty Museum and grounds.

Prime Time provides an opportunity for long-time and new members of the temple and their friends to socialize, learn and explore together. Annual dues are $15 per person, which will automatically be billed to Prime Time eligible temple members during the summer. Your non-temple friends are welcome to join Prime Time as well. Member benefits include early notification of, and paying a reduced rate for our events.

We hope you will join our membership ranks. We especially look forward to welcoming those who have turned 55 in recent years. We also would love suggestions for programs from our members and participation on our steering committee which plans and implements our programs. Contact Ethel Singer, Prime Time Chair, to get involved.

Ethel Singer, Chair, ethel4s@aol.com

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TBA’s Prime Time group is considering a theater party to the George Street Playhouse in New Brunswick to see LAST DAYS OF SUMMER on Sunday, November 3, at 2:00 PM.

Based on the contemporary American classic novel of the same name, this heartwarming new coming-of-age musical opens the first season in GSP’s new home. Living in 1940s Brooklyn, Bar Mitzvah boy Joey Margolis and his best friend begin writing letters to the star third baseman of the New York Giants. When they’re surprised by a response, an unlikely and long-lasting bond is forged, one that unites them, even amid the tumultuous events of World War II. If you love plays with Jewish themes, musicals, coming-of-age stories and baseball, we think you’ll love this play.

Before we reserve tickets, we are taking a poll of Prime Time members who would be interested in participating in this event. In order to get tickets 20% off the list price, we need a group of 10. The tickets are $53 each.We would not have a bus, but we could carpool from the Temple to New Brunswick. Getting to the theater is not difficult. On the way home, we could dine at the Skylark Diner on Route 1 North in Edison.

If you would be interested in seeing this show, please email Ruth Ross at ruthmross@comcast.net by August 28 and let her know how many tickets you would need.

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