Tennis Everyone? New Country Club resolution
For a limited time, the North
Shore Towers tennis courts
will be open to all NST resident
Country Club members, whether
they are Tennis Members or not.
On January 15, the Country Club
Board approved a resolution to
allow any resident CC member to
play during non-primetime hours.
This trial offer only applies to the
upcoming 2019 season, which
officially opens on Saturday, April
13, and includes all five of NST’s
Har-Tru courts, without paying any
However, any Non-Tennis
Association members who take
advantage of this offer are not
eligible to any other Tennis
Association member benefits.
The optional Tennis Association
dues of $85 entitles you to priority
primetime play, participation
in tournaments, Pro Ams
and Clinics, and Association
social events, such as weekend
courtside coffee and bagels,
pizza nights and parties.
During the season, courts are
open daily from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Prime time hours are from 8 a.m.
to 11 a.m.
Evening tennis court hours will
also be available for evening
play to accommodate residents
who work during the day, as well
as provide all members with extra
The purpose of this new benefit
is to increase use of the courts
by making them available to all
Country Club members and thereby
improve the country club nature of
North Shore Towers. Members are
encouraged to bring their children
and grandchildren to the courts for
multi-generational tennis (guest
fees will apply).
Also to help increase court
usage, a 1st year promotional
tennis fee of $1,695 will be offered
to non-residents who are sponsored
by a resident of North Shore
There will be an Open Tennis
Meeting on Monday, May 13, at
7:30 p.m. in the VIP Room to
answer any questions, and meet
the staff and fellow tennis players.
The NST Tennis Association
hopes to see you there.
makes tennis available to all
Towers Country Club Members.
The Migdal Chapter of Hadassah at North Shore Towers presents…
“The Last Mentsch: A Film about Forgetting
the Past and the Power of Remembering It”
On Wednesday evening,
March 20 at 7:30 p.m.,
show, “The Last Mentsch,” German
film, in the Large Cardroom below
the Arcade. The film has English
subtitles. All are welcome.
This acclaimed film tells the story
of an aging German Auschwitz
survivor trying to come to terms
with his past. Born as Menachem
Teitelbaum, Marcus Schwarz
escaped Auschwitz with his life,
only to exterminate his Jewishness.
With no synagogue, Jewish friends
or family, the hardened old man
has done such an effective job of
creating a new identity that, when
faced with his own mortality, the
rabbis refuse his about-face appeal
to be buried in a Jewish cemetery
Determined to return to his
birthplace and establish his ancestry,
Marcus enlists the help of a
brash, chain-smoking Turkish
woman with a troubled history of
her own. The unlikely duo sets out
on a road trip to a small village on
the Hungarian-Romanian border, a
journey that will irrevocably change
“The Last Mentsch” has picked
up numerous awards, including
Best Film, San Diego Jewish Film
Festival, 2015 and Best Film,
St. Louis International Film
HERE’S WHAT THEY’RE SAYING
ABOUT “THE LAST MENTSCH:”
Salfati’s emotional narrative of
friendship and healing explores
the cost of forgetting the past, and
the power in remembering it.”
—Atlanta Jewish Film Festival
foray into feature narrative
filmmaking is a thoughtfully
rendered story of friendship
and healing, with nuanced
performances including a turn
by renowned German actor,
Mario Adorf, as the hardened,
yet lovable, Marcus. Poignant,
funny and deeply moving, ‘The
Last Mentsch’ is a powerful,
The Hadassah Club
“The Last Mentsch”
Wednesday, March 20,
at 7:30 p.m.
Large Cardroom below the
All are welcome.
March 2019 ¢ NORTH SHORE TOWERS COURIER 3