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brotherhood

Network with our group of dynamic congregants, make new friends and become actively involved in the life of the congregation. We are dedicated to supporting and enhancing our Jewish community. Come join us.
 

The Brotherhood builds Jewish community among our men and helps the synagogue accomplish its mission of enriching the lives of our congregants through the enhancement of worship, education and social programming. By being an active member of NSCI, you demonstrate support for the Jewish community. And by choosing to become a Brotherhood member, you open the door to feeling even more connected. Networking and camaraderie are two of the main features at our events.

If you do NOT have a lot of time to attend Brotherhood events, we understand. Just by becoming a member of Brotherhood, you support our worthwhile efforts, from millennial engagement to the ability to stream services every week. It is as easy as checking the membership box on your yearly statement and opting to become part of our Brotherhood.

If you would like to join or have any questions, please contact us at  brotherhood@nsci.org.

Torahnadoes first win

On Sunday, June 2, 2019, the NSCI Brotherhood softball team, the Torahnadoes, won their first game in four seasons. The score was 11 to 3 against the Temple Chai B team. The win was a team effort beginning with the winning pitcher, Bill Eichengreen, who pitched a complete game. David Novick played a skillful second base alongside his son, Corey, at shortstop. With the help of the rookie players like Paul Drake at third, Ben Dresher at left field, and the newest rookie making his season debut, Mark Silverberg, who caught the final out in the right-center field. Hats off to veterans Scott Duby in left field, Blake Shulman in right field, and the skillful Adam Rich in left-center field. All of these players caught hard hit balls. Both Dave Rothschild and Daniel Einchengreen played a solid first base. Coaching at first base was Robert Dillon and behind the plate was one of the new rookies, Gary Friend, and the manager, Merle Branner. Not only was the defense solid, the bats were hot. The Torahnadoes began scoring in the third inning with five runs followed by five more in the sixth inning and one in the seventh. They have a solid lineup this season. Josh Duby keeps the team in order as the team's scorekeeper. The season looks promising for the Torahnadoes. Congratulations on their first win!

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Sun, August 18 2019 17 Av 5779