On Tuesday, April 16 at 1:15 PM the JCC Men’s Club will present a special talk by Lt. Brett Parsons, DC Metropolitan Police Department, Executive Office of the Chief of Police, Special Liaison Branch. He will discuss what we can do to protect ourselves in our home, our workplace, in a synagogue, in a concert hall, a meeting place like we have at the JCC, etc. Lt. Parsons will address security and how we can recognize a developing situation and other things we should be aware of. For more information, contact Marvin Arluk at email@example.com or 301.706.0623.
On Saturday, April 27 Saturday Night Dinner Group. Are you (with your wife or girlfriend) interested in meeting other members for a Saturday night/evening dinner? Our next dinner will be at Il Porto restaurant. For more information, see the attached file. If you are interested, please contact Lew at firstname.lastname@example.org or 301-947-4773. Lewis also looking for 1 or 2 volunteers to lead this group and coordinate future dinners.
On Sunday, Apr. 28 we are going to a 1:35 PM National’s baseball game (vs. Padres) outing. In past years, these outings have been a huge success. Tickets are $46 and include a $15 refreshment/food voucher. The seats will be behind either 1st or 3rd base in the lower level. Those attending, please meet at Grosvenor Metro at 12:00 PM on Aril 28. Also, a member of the Nat’s front office will try to meet with us before the game. Wives, partners, and friends are welcome to join us. To sign up, please bring cash or a check (made out to “Washington Nationals”) to Tuesday’s General Meeting. The last day for sign up is March 1, so we can get the best seats. Any questions or suggestions – just email or call Steve Goldberg at Smgold999@Gmail.Com or 240-498-1267.
On Tuesday, May 21 at 1:15 PM the JCC Men’s Club will present a special “Our Doctors’ Day” panel moderated by Louis Siegel to celebrate our Men’s Club member physicians. Hear these distinguished physicians, Sol Barr, Andrew Green, Dave Gross, Perry Hookman, Sam Itscoitz, Stu Lessans, Ray Scalettar, Bruce Smoller, Herb Tanenbaum, and Don Vogel tell us about what it means to be a physician, what they learned about human nature, the high and low points of their careers, what every patient should know to be healthy, and what makes a good patient. Refreshments will be served. For more information, contact Louis Siegel at email@example.com or 585-703-6585.