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Boulder Jewish Men’s Group Holds First BBQ

The Boulder Jewish Men’s Group held their first (annual?) barbecue at Har HaShem’s South Building on Sunday marking perhaps their first afternoon and/or weekend event since their founding 13 years ago. The main dishes, smoked beef ribs and chicken, were prepared by famous barbecue chef Lew Miller, who relocated to Erie from Iowa two years ago.  Lew has been in high demand for his smoked and barbecued meats almost since his arrival, and the BJMG is grateful for all his hard work in planning this inaugural event.  BJMG also thanks Bruce Henderson and Gary Fifer for arranging/allowing the use of Har HaShem for the event.

The BJMG is an informal group of Jewish men from all parts of Boulder County who gather at least once per month for breakfast, and occasionally other events.  Its main purpose is to foster connections among the Jewish men of Boulder County, regardless of denomination, affiliation or any other criteria besides identifying as Jewish.  If you’d like to be added to our email list, please click here.

About David Fellows

I've been writing things since grammar school, and served as a writer, photographer and/or an editor on my junior high and high school newspapers; the Daily Trojan at USC (where I earned my journalism degree); the student newspaper at the Anderson School at UCLA (where I earned my MBA); and written and edited countless business documents and presentations in the ensuing twenty years. I've been involved Jewishly since my bris and in Boulder since 1995. I'm married to my Executive Director Cheryl, and we have two children, Lauren and Ethan.

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