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Taste the Best Latkes in Town Sunday

 Calling all 8th-12th graders!

Do you think you have the best latkes of the bunch? Think you can win a blind taste test with your recipe? Then the J-Teen Latke Brunch this Sunday is for you!

The J-Teen department at the Boulder JCC is having a latke tasting competition this Sunday, December 4th from 11:30 am – 2:00 pm. Find your favorite latke recipe, cook up a batch and enter our blind taste test competition to find out who can make the best Hanukkah classic! Prizes will include iTunes gift cards, J-Teen event coupons, and more!

Don’t know how to make latkes? That’s okay too! We’ll be making our very our J-Teen latkes at the JCC, and everyone (even if you didn’t bring any) gets to participate as judges in the blind taste competition.

So join us for a brunch filled with food, prizes and tons of fun! The cost is $5 per person or $6 for two if you bring a friend. Registration is currently open online. Be sure to register before Sunday!

For questions, please contact Phil Rubinstein, J-Teen Director, at 303-998-1900 ext 114 or by email at Jteen@boulderjcc.org. We can’t wait to see you there!

About Phil Rubinstein

Phil Rubinstein has been the J-Teen Director at the Boulder JCC since January of 2011. Working in the Boulder Jewish community since 2006, Phil is also a teacher at Congregation Har HaShem, Boulder Hebrew High, and is the owner of FreelanceJudaism LLC, a private Jewish tutoring company founded in November, 2010

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