B'nai B'rith Friendship Singles held
a games night to recruit new members
Local News Editor
Mfil embership recruitment
was the name of the
game as B'nai B'rith
Friendship Singles (21-
35) held a pizza party
;-,- and game night at the Willow Park
Apts. game room. _
More than 25 singles turned out to
enjoy pizza and games such as Trivial
Pursuit, backgammon and board
We got a lot of new faces. I was
/ shocked," Mike Rich, vice president,
) said. "We got about five prospective
members." By the end of last year the
group had 85 paid members on its ros-
ter and 500 on its mailing list.
The group will have an election
meeting later this month. All positions
on the board are open. Persons who
) wish to run can call Rich, 968-0436; or
Phil Neuman, 357-1871.
Rich said the group had had
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Trustee Tobye Stein, left, helps Linda Leon, Mike Rich and Marcy Rosenfeld dish out the
Jane Kamer, left, gets support from
teammates Neal Alpiner and Tobye Stein.
Getting ready for a Trivial Pursuit challenge are Rob Diamond, Mike Rich,
Rick Korn and Susie Cohan.
Nearly 30 singles came to the game night/pizza party.
Peter Perlman, standing, B'nai B'rith Council president, plays emcee,
from left, Larry Sichel, Jill Camen and Paula Goldman.