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May 2019 Men's Club Message

Why Does Kol Rinah Need A Men’s Club?

Kol Rinah Men's Club serves many important social, philanthropic, religious and community needs. We are here to meet that commitment by providing social opportunities to enable participation, promote our religious, cultural and engagement agendas for all segments of the Kol Rinah family. We often welcome guests who simply want to come to hang out without worry as a method of giving a taste to prospective members. If you have not yet joined, you can do so by sending an email to

Why Join?
We are here to provide the men of Kol Rinah an organized volunteer group to meet our commitment to philanthropic, religious, social and community needs by providing fun and exciting social events to enable participation and promote our religious, cultural and engagement agendas. Your membership gives us the strength and manpower to fulfill this commitment. Without members like you, we are nothing.

We have year-round programming, with several recurring events. Our World-famous Steak and Scotch in the Sukkah has been an extremely popular and recurring event with about 75 attending annually. Some of our other events include Poker and Game Night, Sports Night, our distribution of Yom HaShoah Yellow Memorial Candles, Welcome Back to Religious School Pancake Breakfast, World Wide Wrap, Man and Youth of the Year awards, scholarships to help send Kol Rinah youth to Israel and other Jewish learning opportunities and much more. We should have something for you. If you have an interest not being met, let us know and we will see what we can do to incorporate your ideas or needs into our schedule of events.

Future planning may include a magic show, talent night, football/hockey nights, feeding-those-in-need community events, paintball, bowling night, poker tournaments, go kart racing, Cardinals games, Business Networking Night, A GUYS Night with the Rabbis, Young Men’s Shmooz, family events and music events.

The Kol Rinah Men’s Club has just purchased a Sukkah kit that will accommodate up to 125 for a sit-down dinner. We will have it in time for our first Sukkot at the Maryland Avenue Building.

Max Brown & Richard Gavatin

Wed, February 26 2020 1 Adar 5780