Men’s Club

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Men’s Club is all about service to the synagogue, making new friends, participating in learning opportunities, leadership  training and so much more. Whether you have time to be actively involved or to help us occasionally with our programs, you are needed.

Complimentary first year membership; thereafter annual membership is $40.
Click here for a Membership Form.

For more information about CAI's Men's Club, please contact Mark Levine.

Just a few of our programs:
•    Monthly Breakfast Meetings with engaging speakers
•    Making latkes for the Congregational Hanukkah Party
•    “World Wide Wrap” teaching the mitzvah of wrapping teffilin
•    Men’s Club Shabbat
•    Sponsoring the food booth at CAI’s “Purim Pandemonium” Carnival
•    Organizing the Yom Hashoah Yellow Candles campaign
•    Wellness Program: Walking and bike riding during cooler months of the year (October-April)

2014
August

24 Guest speaker Stuart Mellan, president of the JFSA, will present, “The Tucson Jewish Community: Its Challenges and Opportunities.” Includes delicious breakfast buffet. No charge for Men’s Club members; guests $4. For more information, contact Mark Levine.

September

14 Guest speaker Oshrat Barel, Shaliach and Director of the Weintraub Israel Center, will speak on “The Current Situation in Israel.” Includes delicious breakfast buffet. No charge for Men’s Club members; guests $4. For more information, contact Mark Levine. 
October 12

CAI’s Religious School students (K-6th Grade) are treated to breakfast in the sukkah. Following breakfast, we’ll move to the Cantor Falkow Lounge for a presentation by our guest, Pinchas (Paul) Zohav, a certified counselor at Relationship Literacy, which is about creating extraordinary satisfying relationships. Paul will speak about bringing honor and respect for self and others in any communication in every relationship. No charge for Men’s Club members; guests $4.

November

9

Jewish Veterans’ Day Dinner, 6:00pm

CAI Men's Club is hosting a special dinner (spaghetti with meat sauce, salad, bread & dessert) to honor Jewish veterans & active military. Veterans are welcome at no charge; $10 per person for spouses & guests. Reservations required with/without payment by Nov. 5. For more information & to RSVP, contact Mark Levine.

  23 Breakfast Meeting with guest speaker, 9:30am
Our guest is Pinchas (Paul) Zohav, a certified counselor at Relationship Literacy, which is about creating extraordinary satisfying relationships. Paul will speak about bringing honor and respect for self and others in any communication in every relationship. Includes delicious breakfast buffet. No charge for Men’s Club members; guests $4. 
December 7 Breakfast Meeting with guest speaker

2015
January

11 Breakfast Meeting with guest speaker
Our guest will be CAI congregant Capt. Mark Lytle of the Green Valley Fire District, who will speak about his experience as part of Southern Arizona’s first “Firefighters Without Borders” trip to Israel in 2013. Capt. Lytle was the only Jewish firefighter in the delegation. Includes delicious breakfast buffet. No charge for Men’s Club members; guests $4.

February

15 “World Wide Wrap” and Breakfast
Everyone is invited for this annual event to learn how to wear tefillin. Putting on tefillin is a mitzvah that appears in four different places in the Torah. Start your day at 7:45am with hands-on practice before the 8:00am Minyan service in the Epstein Chapel. (Please bring your own tefillin if you own a set.) Following the service, we’ll share breakfast in the Cantor Falkow Lounge & watch “The Ties That Bind,” a short movie about the history of tefillin. Breakfast is free for Men’s Club members; guests $4.
March 15

Breakfast Meeting with guest speaker

  21

Men’s Club Shabbat
Members of Men's Club will help daven Shabbat Mincha, Ma'ariv and Havdallah Services, and sponsor the Third Meal.

April   Yom Hashoah Candle Project
  26 Breakfast Meeting with guest speaker

More classes and events to be added to the calendar as they become available. For more information, contact Mark Levine.