Cornhole and more at Scotch Plains shul
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Cornhole and more at Scotch Plains shul

At the shul’s cornhole tournament award ceremony, from left: men’s club president Jonathan Jaffe, cornhole commissioner Jason Hoberman, Mayor Josh Losardo, tournament winner Scott Friedberg, runner-up Russ Kussner, CBI president Aaron Kessler, and Councilman Matt Adams. (Courtesy CBI)
At the shul’s cornhole tournament award ceremony, from left: men’s club president Jonathan Jaffe, cornhole commissioner Jason Hoberman, Mayor Josh Losardo, tournament winner Scott Friedberg, runner-up Russ Kussner, CBI president Aaron Kessler, and Councilman Matt Adams. (Courtesy CBI)

The men’s club of Congregation Beth Israel kicked off the year with a community blood drive, tailgate party, and cornhole tournament on September 12, at the Scotch Plains shul. The blood drive was run by Vitalant, one of the nation’s oldest and largest nonprofit community blood service providers. Scotch Plains Mayor Josh Losardo and Scotch Plains Councilman Matt Adams attended the events.

The CBI Men’s Club hosts a fall and spring blood drive every year, as well as other community outreach events. It also provides social and educational opportunities for synagogue families. For more information, go to cbinj.org.

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