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Thanks to Kenny Weinberg for taking part, from Harold Steinberg of Memphis, Tennessee, chair of the 175th Anniversary Committee.

With B’nai B’rith International’s milestone 175th anniversary occurring this year, we are reminded of what an amazing story we have to tell. Below read about member Kenny Weinberg’s most meaningful moments as a B’nai B’rith member.

Please provide three meaningful memorable events that capture the best of B’nai B’rith. The events may be recent or historic.The evening I met Herbie Berkowitz at Ahavath Shalom Synagogue in 1980 in Fort Worth when he asked me if I was a Jew and if I had a check that I could write to him before services started for my membership in B’nai B’rith and if I didn’t have a check, he would take cash.The feeling of brotherhood at B’nai B’rith International conventions.Representing B’nai B’rith speaking before the Texas House of Representatives about hate and the passage of the Texas Hate Crime Legislation, HB1777.
Please name three individuals in your area who made a powerful impression on you for the work they did in B’nai B’rith. They may be living or esteemed leaders from the past. Explain your choices.The late Herbie Berkowitz, Leroy Solomon and Dr. Ron Stocker who made a difference in every life they touched, who were role models and giants of B’nai B’rith.

Do you have an interesting memory of B’nai B’rith events, activities or service or recall individuals who made remarkable contributions to the history and values of B’nai B’rith? Please email your descriptive responses and contact information to

Kenny Weinberg on the bottom row, third from left.