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Radio Chavura features Boulder J Fest

Radio ChavuraRadio Chavurah hosts Dean and Maxwell Rotbart came to last week’s Boulder Jewish Festival with microphones and a crew, ready to meet and greet and interview!

The weekly Radio Chavurah show airs on Sunday evenings at 6:30 pm on 990 KRKS-AM and is available on the web. The episode for Sunday, June 16 featured highlights from the Festival – click to listen online.

With the fabulous festival entertainment as a background soundtrack, Dean and Maxwell interviewed Adventure Rabbi Jamie Korngold, Hazon’s Nigel Savage and Becky O’Brien, and Camp Inc.’s Josh Pierce.

Also mentioned in the episode are organizations such as Congregation Bonai Shalom, Congregation B’nai Torah, Boulder JCC, Jewish National Fund, Longmont Shabbat Group, Chabad of  Northwest Denver, CU-Hillel and their fabulous shirts, and Or Zimrah, the Congregation Har HaShem band. With kudos to the food and entertainment and a closing song performed by Or Zimrah, it’s a fun episode!

Radio Chavurah’s staff photographer, Avital Rotbart, took photos during their visit – see those here.

To subscribe to the Program Guide, a weekly email including program highlights, visit Subscribechavura.com.  Many thanks to our friends at Radio Chavurah for their promotion and coverage of the event.

 

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