Men’s Club Breakfast for June – CHANGE OF DATE!
Mark your calendars for Sunday, June 2nd.
Hear ye, hear ye!
Our June meeting is Sunday, June 2nd! (Not June 9th). Our very own Darryl Dworkin will be speaking on “Jews and the Toy Industry” and his career at Mattel Toys. More on Darryl will be forthcoming along with a reminder of our June 2nd meeting.
9:00 am Breakfast – it will be a treat!
9:30 am – Business Meeting
9:45 am – Introduction of Darryl Dworkin. Presentation and questions (and maybe even a surprise ending!)
Volunteers to set up for our breakfast are always welcome if any of you would like to come by 8:15… thank you!
Effective July 1st, Steve Myerson will be relinquishing his Vice President title and duties. The Men’s Club is asking everyone to either suggest someone or to volunteer yourself in taking Steve’s place. We will discuss this at our June 2nd meeting… be prepared. Also, the club will discuss the possibility of a July meeting.
We need your RSVP’s! Please do so at https://sinaireno.org/mens-club
And a big welcome to our newest members: Annie and Wesley Hall and Sue and Dave Clark! So happy to have you, Annie, Wes, Sue, and Dave! Love seeing your faces!
Have a great week,
Temple Sinai Men’s Club
Suzanne Silverman, President
Steve Myerson, Vice President (short timer…)
Steve Weidman, Secretary
Marilyn Roberts/Ken Roberts, Treasurer(s)
The Men’s Club is a self-funding group of men (primarily) who share breakfast while hearing speakers on secular and Jewish topics. The Men’s Club is open to men, women, and couples within the Jewish community of our Reno area. Dues are nominal and meetings include breakfast. Accumulated funds are typically used to support Temple Sinai initiatives. Meetings feature a variety of guest speakers.
Click here to RSVP so we know how many people will be attending:
3405 Gulling Road
Reno, Nevada 89503
Temple Sinai is an inclusive Jewish community that encourages members to fulfill their unique purpose in the world.
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