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For those who applied for the Rose Youth Foundation from 10/9 to 10/12, their site had a glitch. Please resubmit by the extended deadline (10/19 at noon). More details in full post (click on the title, or on Read More).

Rose Youth Foundation Glitch & New Deadline

Due to a website hosting issue, the online application for Rose Youth Foundation was not working this weekend. All applications submitted between Friday, October 9 and Monday, October 12 at 10 a.m. were NOT received. For those who applied during this period of time, Rose Youth Foundation does NOT have the application and interested teens MUST reapply in order for the application to be reviewed.

Because of this glitch, RYF will be accepting applications from interested Jewish high school students until Monday, October 19 at noon.  The online application form is working again now, so if one has not yet applied or if are reapplying, that can be done online at www.rcfdenver.org/RYF/ryf_application_2009.htm.

RYF apologizes for this inconvenience and for the fact that some students may have to apply twice, and hopes that local youth will still consider applying to participate in this great program.  For information about RYF or the application process please email Sarah at sindyk@rcfdenver.org or call 303.398.7416.

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