Updating the FJMC Club/Officer Database
FJMC now provides the capability for clubs to update their own member and club officer information in the FJMC Club Database.
For a complete set of instructions on adding/updating and deleting member information, see Club Roster Update Instructions.
For instructions on editing your officer information, see Officer Update Instructions.
Man's Seder with Steak and Scotch - Learn how to run a Seder
The goal is simple: to teach men about the Passover Seder, including how to run one, and engage them more in the Jewish faith. The ritual meal at the beginning of Passover involves chants, readings and blessings along with an ample dinner. Men historically led the Seder, which still holds true in some wings of Judaism. But some men aren’t sure what to do, rabbis say. For more information...
How to Run an Effective Meeting - by Elliot Feldman
How and Why to Apply for the Quality Club Award - by John Sudenfield
Succession Planning Diagram - by Al Mervin
Attracting New Members - FJMC
How to get Something Done - FJMC
December 7, 2014 HMV Training took place in Beverly at Temple B'nai Abraham. Here are Norm Tabroff's Slides.
The HMV Training Guide provides all the information you need to start up an HMV program in your club.
Our region has produced a Club President Planning Guide which helps clubs evaluate their current membership and activities and to set goals to grow membership and to enhance their clubs.
Are you looking for excellent programming ideas? Check out the Torch Award website. It contains information about the best programs across the country including fundraising, membership and social action ideas.
Do you want to know if your club is a good as it can be? Check out the criteria for the Quality Club Award website.
Our regional leadership is making a concerted effort to limit the number email messages we send to both the club leadership and the club members. See the attached Email Coordination Plan for more information.