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The Men’s Club is dedicated to supporting Jewish youth programs at PJTC and in our local community. In addition, we present social programs and events of interest to our members and the broader PJTC congregation. Our group is an affiliate organization within PJTC, and membership is open to everyone in our community.

We devote most of our time and resources to activities in these five areas:

1. In fulfilling our Mission Statement, Men’s Club financially supports the Louis B. Silver Religious School, the B'nai Simcha Pre-school, PJTC's United Synagogue Youth (USY) chapter and Jewish Federation youth events. We also provide each of our B'nai Mitzvah with a beautiful Yad to encourage their continued study and reading of Torah.

2. Offering many social activities and events with the goals of building friendships, providing information of interest to our community, and supporting our program objectives.

3. Engaging in activities that further our following the Jewish tenets of g'milut hasadim (deeds of kindness) and tikkun olam (working to serve and improve our congregation, our local community and our world) in everything we do.

4. Supporting PJTC congregational events, including ushering during the High Holiday services, participating in PJTC campus beautification, and hosting onegs and kiddishes.

5. Growing our membership, which is open to anyone, man or woman, who wishes to aid us in achiving our goals and supporting our Jewish youth.

Among our NOTABLE EVENTS are:

  • Annual Veterans Day event honoring the military veterans in our Jewish Community
  • Annual Meeting featuring a guest speaker and installation of officers
  • Annual Hy Vego Man of the Year Award Presentation and Dinner
  • Sunday Brunches with special programs and speakers
  • PJTC NFL Football Pool Fundraiser
  • Pancake Breakfasts for students of the Louis B. Silver Religious School
  • Sponsored booth at the Jewish Federation Food Fair
  • And a whole lot more!

JOIN US TODAY! Or email us if you have any questions.

Men's Club membership is FREE for the 2020-2021 year...but you must officially join or renew. Please do so by clicking here. (Membership is free during this pandemic year, but donations are welcome and can be made via this link as well.) 

 

UPCOMING EVENTS:

We may be stuck at home, but we are active and busy with virtual events. Zoom links for the following events will be provided in Temple Weekly Email Updates. Please mark your calendars! (and click here to email info@pjtc.net if you are not getting the weekly email updates.)

  • January 31, 2021, 10:00am to 12:00pm - "Climate Change: The Future Is Now" hosted with PJTC's Sisterhood and Social Justice Committee. Panelists include marine ecologist, Professor (emeritus) Carols Robles, and youth activists Ozzy Simpson (Sunrise L.A. Youth) and Alex Posner (Students4Carbon Dividends; Institute for Social Policy Studies, Yale University). Registration required. Click here to register /  Click here for flyer
  • February 9, 2021, 7:30pm - Men's Club is hosting PJTC's weekly Social Hall and have invited Dr. Don J. Diamond, Ph.D., expert in the realm of vaccinations, to give us his perspective on the new COVID vaccines. PJTC members will receive Zoom link information via email. Click here for flyer (to come). 

PJTC is a 501c3 organization whose congregants believe in a breadth of views and that the sharing of diverse ideas makes for a vibrant Jewish community.  Views expressed by invited speakers may not necessarily reflect the views of PJTC or its members.

 

TRIBUTE CARDS

The Men's Club, as a service to the community, creates and delivers Tribute Cards in memory or honor of your loved ones, as well as in celebration of special occasions. If you would like us to do this for you, please click here to place your order.

We also accept donations. All monies received go toward funding Men's Club activities that benefit the greater PJTC community, as described above.

Tue, January 26 2021 13 Shevat 5781