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The Beth-El Men's Club is a social organization of men who join together in friendship for programs to benefit the Temple and the community - for social activities, for tzedakah, for study, and for the growth of the individual.
We are a part of the foundation of what makes Beth-El Congregation so much more then just a group of Jewish people coming together. We offer friendship, varied activities, and a source of support to the Temple.
So when you ask yourself, so what does the Men’s Club do & why should I join or support it? Look around you, sense the feeling of belonging, sense the feeling of togetherness, sense the feeling of family and brotherhood. Understand those things and you will know who we are and what we do!
Come join us and share the fun and camaraderie of our events. We are always looking for fresh ideas for religious, social, and service oriented events and projects. Annual dues are $45 which includes membership in the National Men of Reform Judaism. We want to include all Temple members who may wish to join. If you are a new Temple member and we have not contacted you, let us know!
For more information regarding the Men of Reform Judaism or our events, please send an email to the MRJ President: Jeff Kaitcer.
The MRJ feels that it is worthwhile to reward the children of Beth-El Congregation that have invested themselves in the Congregation, its organizations, and the associated activities. The MRJ further believes extending that investment into the Jewish community is an important quality, too. By encouraging these behaviors, the MRJ hopes to reinforce our desire to create future leaders within our Reform Movement. Therefore, the MRJ is offering one (1) scholarship to the children of Beth-El Congregation who will be incoming freshmen to a 2-year or 4-year college starting in the fall semester. The recipient will receive a one-time disbursement upon scholarship award to apply to their college expenses. The scholarship is presented during the annual Mickey Goldman Spaghetti Supper, which is typically in February. Stay tuned for next year's scholarship application.
The application process is open to all graduating high school seniors:
Photos form the recent MRJ Matzo Ball Clasic Golf Tournament:
Photos from the recent Mickey Goldman Spaghetti Supper: