ANSHE EMET MEN’S CLUB
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 4, 2015
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10:30 BREAKFAST MEETING,
11:00 TECHNION PROGRAM
The Anshe Emet Men’s Club is pleased to
welcome representatives from the American
Technion Society and their special guests who
will share the Technion story and explain
what sets Technion companies apart
The event will take place at Anshe Emet Synagogue
3751 N. Broadway, Chicago – There is no cost to attend
RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org or 773-209-8979
Technion is Israel’s leading center of basic
and applied research into science and technology
Located outside of Haifa, Technion is the
public research university of the Israeli
Institute of Technology. Home to 550
faculty and 14,000 students, Technion is
often credited for the game changing
innovation and explosive growth of the
Israeli Tech industry.
Date: Sunday, October 25, 2015
Time: Noon to 2:30 pm
Location: Deerfield Brunswick (deerbrook mall)
Tournament involves 4 man team bowling three games
Prizes will be awarded to 1st, 2nd, 3rd place teams
Cost: $80/team entry fee
This tournament is part of a Bar Mitzvah Project supported by Congregation Beth Judea Men’s Club. Proceeds will go to Kesehet’s Buddy Bowling Program.
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Cubs/Brewers at Milwaukee’s Miller Field. Kosher tailgate at 11:30 and game at 1:10. Save the date and reserve your seats now before limited tickets are gone. Bring the family.
This MW Regional event is hosted by our Milwaukee brothers at Congregation Beth Israel Ner Tamid.
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The Midwest Region Officer Installation took place on May 17th. The event was graciously hosted by the BHCBE Men’s Club. 12 clubs throughout the 6-state region were represented in attendance. Group pictures of outgoing and incoming officers follow along with photos of the benching being lead by Captain Ruach. The 2015-17 officers are listed below along with our new President, Norwin Merens..
Links to a 29 picture photo gallery posted on Flickr.
2015-17 FJMC Midwest Region Officers
Norwin Merens, President
Mark Givarz, Executive Vice President
Creighton Cohn, Vice President
Howard Minkoff, Vice President
Jonathan Norton, Vice President
Perry Pitzele, Vice President
Harvey Redfern, Treasurer
Ed Sachs, Recording Secretary
Max Brown, Corresponding Secretary
Mike Spanjar, Financial Secretary
Dear Midwest Region Brothers,
As my term as Midwest Region FJMC President comes to a close, I would like to congratulate our Board of Directors on the phenomenal achievements we made over the last two years. The entrepreneurial spirit displayed paved the way for change resulting in numerous positive outcomes for the community. In addition, I would like to thank each of you for the hard work and time spent on these endeavors.
You can read all about our achievements and some areas to be addressed by clicking the link below:
Final MG State of The Region
Love you all,
Beth Judea Men’s Club invites all Men’s Club region members & adult (21 & over) family to something new. You have all heard if Steak & Scotch. Moo & Brew is a new tasting experience.
Pairings of craft brews and gourmet burgers led by a certified cicerone (beer tasting & food pairing professional). Includes craft brews, choice of beef, lamb or turkey burgers and dessert.
RSVP before May 20
See flyer for reservation form and details. Moo and Brew 2015 – FINAL
Event: Sunday, May 31, 2015 at 5:00pm
At: Cong. Beth Judea, Long Grove, IL
Cost: $25/pp – paid to Beth Judea Men’s Club
SAVE the date: Sunday, May 17 and plan to attend next month’s FJMC Midwest Region Installation of Officers, 2015-17 at Beth Hillel Congregation Bnai Emunah in Wilmette, IL. Breakfast, Music Program & Installation.
RSVP’s are needed by Wednesday, May 6 for final program planning/logistics …
FJMC Midwest Region Officer Installation with a Special Musical Performance by Cantor Pavel Roytman
8:50 AM Wrapping Tefillin
9:00 AM Shacharit – Lifshitz Chapel @ BHCBE
9:30 AM Breakfast hosted by BHCBE Men’s Club – (Anthems by Cantor Roytman)
10: 05 AM Brief Business Meeting
- Call to Order & Rabbi Annie Tucker Introduction (Michael Greenberg)
- 2013-2015 Board De-Installation (Rabbi Annie Tucker)
- 2013-2015 President De-Installation (Rabbi Tucker) followed by five min. presentation (Michael Greenberg)
- 2015-2017 Board Installation (Rabbi Annie Tucker)
- 2015-2017 President Installed (Rabbi Annie Tucker) followed by five min. presentation (Norwin Merens)
10:30 AM Cantor Pavel Roytman Intro (Norwin Merens) & Performance
10:55 AM Board Photograph & Adjournment
Reservation Form: _______________________________________________________________________________________________________
Name___________________________________________________________ # Attending __________________
Spouses are welcome to attend.
Return form to Norwin Merens at firstname.lastname@example.org
by Wednesday, May 6, 2015 _____________________________________________
Cantor Pavel Roytman
Cantor Pavel Roytman — who has served as BHCBE’s cantor since 2010 — is a native of Nikolaev, Ukraine. At the age of seven, he was accepted as a piano student to a specialized music school for gifted children. He continued his studies in piano and conducting at the Kaliningrad Music College (Russia) and later at Petrozavodsk State Conservatory.
While in Petrozavodsk, Pavel joined the Klezmer Shpil Orchestra as a soloist. Between 1991 and 1994, Pavel and the Klezmer Orchestra performed extensively throughout Russia, Finland, Norway and Sweden. In 1993, the orchestra made its first recording–“Yiddish Songs” by Klezmer Shpil.
In 1994, Cantor Roytman immigrated to the United States where he obtained his Bachelor of Music in Voice Performance from DePaul University and Master of Music in Musicology from Northwestern University. Throughout this time he also studied chazzanut with such well-known masters of cantorial art as Hazzan Shlomo Shuster, Hazzan Henry Rosenblum, Hazzan Cory Winter, and Hazzan Alberto Mizrahi. In 2006 Cantor Roytman was certified as a cantor through Hebrew Union College–Jewish Institute of Religion.
In Chicago, Cantor Roytman has performed as a conductor and a soloist with Kol Zimrah Jewish Community Singers and Queen of All Saints Basilica Choir. He has served as a conductor for Milwaukee Jewish Community Chorale and as an executive director and conductor for Zemer Am, the Chicago’s Annual Festival of Jewish Choral Music. In 2004, Cantor Roytman received a 1st prize in the category of Voice/Cantorial Singing in the 2nd Annual Golden Hanukkiah Competition of Jewry Arts, sponsored by the World Congress of Russian Jewry held in Berlin.
DIRECTIONS TO BETH HILLEL CONGREGATION BNAI EMUNAH
3220 Big Tree Lane, Wilmette, Illinois 60091 847.256.1213
The Midwest Region thanks all of our supporters for your attendance and contributions in honor of this year’s Men & Youth of the Year. The 2015 Ad Book is here for your continued viewing pleasure and recognition of all honorees.
We look forward to the St. Louis area dinner on March 15th. Their honorees and program are also highlighted in this combined Ad Book.
FJMC-AdBook-wNavigationLinks (118 pages – 5.8MB)
Last chance for ordering your ad to honor your Man or Youth of the Year. Deadline to submit your ad is Feb. 2 for both the Chicago and St. Louis events.
You can do it today if you hurry — everything including payment is online
Visa, MasterCard, PayPal or Check all work and templates are available too. Creative must be in via email. Be sure to let your honorees know how much they are appreciated.
Make your dinner reservations now for less, just $36. Price increases to $45 on Feb 3rd.