Bowlers Wanted for TBS Team!
The I.M. Harris B'nai B'rith Bowling Association, a Columbus league dating back to the 1930s, is looking for new bowlers from Temple Beth Shalom. Throughout the season, in addition to regular league bowling, I.M. Harris participates in several International B'nai B'rith bowling tournaments. This season the league is hosting the 75th Annual IBBBA Sectional Tournament including teams from across the US and Canada. The League bowls on Sunday mornings, beginning at 9:30 am. Team selection takes place in August and the season starts in September. For more info, contact Marc Ankerman at (614) 855-7513.
For an annual commitment of $40.00, you can support the Men’s Club and help us help TBS. Our events are open to all TBS members.
Click here to download a copy of our membership form.
For more information, contact TBS Men’s Club President Brett Handmaker at email@example.com, or call the Temple Beth Shalom office at (614) 855-4882.
Who We Are
The Temple Beth Shalom Men's Club contributes to congregational life with a hands-on approach to benefit the congregation. The Men's Club supports all Temple functions and activities, and is willing to take on any task asked of its members. The TBS Men's Club is here for the entire congregation.
What We Do
Our most notable role is in the kitchen, preparing First Friday Night Shabbat Dinners — from traditional chicken dinners and taco bars, to a popular June BBQ dinner. In addition, the Men's Club prepares and hosts the Annual Hanukkah Brisket Dinner, as well as the end-of-the-year lunch for Religious School. The Men’s Club also provides the food for the BeSTY Purim Carnival. The Men's Club coordinates and works with the caterer for the Passover Seder, in order to keep the seder as cost-effective as possible.
Throughout the year the Men's Club assists the Temple whenever we are called upon to do so, including setting up and taking down the Sukkah, minor maintenance and repairs, preparing onegs for special events, and purchasing items for the kitchen.
For fun, we occasionally get together for dinners out, sports watch parties, and monthly Poker nights.
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