October, 2009 Ma'aseem
First I would like to wish everyone a happy, healthy, safe, joyful and peaceful New Year: L'Shanah Tovah Tikatevu. This year Men's Club was responsible for setting up the sanctuary chairs for the High Holidays, saving TBI about $750. I want to thank all the hard working members of the Men's Club team lead by Captain Steve Shultz, who helped spearhead this effort.
The new year has started is starting with a bang. On Saturday October 3, Men's Club and Membership Committee are celebrate the third "Tastes of TBI." You're invited to join us for this event which showcases our major synagogue committees and several important smaller groups at TBI. This year was will be exceptionally magical and spiritual as we join join together in the Sukkah while enjoying good food, wine and terrific music with "Jazz by Jake" (Kelberman). Additional wine from our lovely evening may be purchased for ritual purposes by phoning Ben Simkin at (610) 630-4726.
Men's Club would like to thank Ryan Ede from Boy Scout Troop 622 at St. Titus for his special Eagle Scout project in building a new Geniza to bury old prayer books. The Geniza will be dedicated in a special ceremony by Rabbi and the Religious School on November 8. Men's Club assisted financially in clearing a path and for burying of the Geniza box.
I would like to call your attention to a special fund for which Men's Club is responsible. "The Morris Cohen Fund" assists individuals in continuing their Hebrew School Education, which was near and dear to the fund's namesake, and is critical to our future. Due to the current economic conditions this fund has not been growing as well as in recent years, but it is needed more than ever. Please help by making a donation to this fund by sending your contributions to the Morris Cohen Fund. (Please make your check payable to TBI Men's Club.) These donations can be made in honoring individual simchas, and at your request, an acknowledgment will be sent to the honoree.
Last, but never least... please plan to come out on Sunday mornings at 9:30 for minyan, breakfast, shmoozing and learning.
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