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Your Men's Club has an active calendar aimed at developing programs for you! These programs will enrich the quality of Jewish life in your home and our community. Your participation will enhance your knowledge and appreciation of our Jewish heritage and traditions. More importantly, you will make lasting friendships and make a difference in our synagogue. 

Dues are only $36 per year!  

For additional information or to join, contact 

Michael Zlotnick
President
(203) 898-4117

Earl Spielman
Vice President
(713) 412-5183 

Men's Club Breakfast + Blood Drive
Sunday, August 19, 9:00 AM-1:00 PM.

As Summer is a time when the need for Blood is great and the supply low, please join us for the Congregation Brith Shalom Men’s Club Late Summer Blood Drive. Donating blood is one of the best ways that you can help another person, and you can help as many as three people with your donation, so please donate if you can!
 I want to thank everyone who donated at our June 24 Early Summer Blood Drive. Assuming your health situation has stayed the same, and you haven’t done any exotic traveling, anyone who last donated at our last blood drive, except for those who donated double red cells, should be able to donate on August 19.  If you have any doubts about your eligibility to donate blood, please call the Gulf Coast Regional Blood Center at (713) 790 – 1200.
If you have any other questions, please contact me by email or phone – (713) 664-9511 (H)/ (713) 444 – 9697(C).

Please be sure to bring a photo ID. And don't forget about the Bagel Nosh! Thank you for being a blood donor!

 

First Men's Club Breakfast of the Fall season! All are invited! Bring your teens - it's important that they hear this! 

Humans, Machines, and Work: The Future is Now
Sunday, August 19, 10:00 am.
Presented by Dr. Moshe Y. Vardi, Rice University.


Automation, driven by technological progress, has been increasing inexorably for the past several decades. Two schools of economic thinking have for many years been engaged in a debate about the potential effects of automation on jobs: will new technology spawn mass unemployment, as the robots take jobs away from humans? Or will the jobs robots take over create demand for new human jobs?
I will present data that demonstrate that the concerns about automation are valid. In fact, technology has been hurting working-class people for the past 40 years. The discussion about humans, machines and work tends to be a discussion about some undetermined point in the far future. But it is time to face reality. The future is now.

Sunday Breakfast Speaker Series 

We encourage all men (and women, too) to attend our monthly Sunday breakfast speaker series which provides an opportunity for interactive participation on important topics presented by outstanding speakers. Our breakfast speaker events will take place following the Sunday morning Minyan starting at 9:00 am, with breakfast and program including a wide variety of topics of current, national, local, personal, and family interest, from 10:30 am to 12:30 pm. New members are always welcome and eat free!