Rabbi Deborah Bronstein to Receive Honorary Doctorate in March

Congregation Har HaShem is delighted to announce that Rabbi Aaron Panken, PhD, President of HUC-JIR, will be joining us for services to award Rabbi Bronstein her honorary doctorate.

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Boulder JCC Reflections Bright Stars, Dodi and Bob Klutznick

We could not be more honored to be honoring Bright Stars, Dodi & Bob Klutznick, as they have truly held the vision for the JCC and the Boulder Jewish Community for decades.

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Seserman Signs On For Final Three Years with JEWISHcolorado

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JEWISHcolorado’s Board of Directors announced that President and CEO Doug Seserman’s contract was unanimously renewed for a final three-year period beginning July 1, 2017 and ending on July 1, 2020.

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Phillips Early Childhood Center Hosts Leaders in Early Childhood Jewish Education

This past month, the Boulder JCC hosted the second think tank of JCC Association of North America’s Sheva Lab Communities.

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Opinion: Boulder JCC, A Place for Parents to Connect

When the Parenting Place of Boulder closed in 2013, it created a vacuum in the community. Agency board members hoped other organizations would step in to provide classes and services in Boulder County.

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Boulder JCC Presents Reflections Volunteer Star, Carol Secor

This year, the Boulder JCC is excited to be honoring Volunteer Star, Carol Secor, who has been instrumental in allowing the Jewish community and the JCC to thrive here in Boulder.

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Reflecting on Reflections: 10 Years of Fundraising for Our Community

It’s hard to believe that this year we are celebrating the 10th anniversary of our gala fundraiser. Our community has grown and expanded so much in the past decade, and this event is a prime example of that.

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Bonai Shalom Announces New Challah Fundraiser

Bonai Shalom is offering a wonderful opportunity to bring home some fresh-baked Challah, made with a new and improved recipe, while supporting the congregation.

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On Trees and Bees — Tu B’Shvat in Israel

While many in the Diaspora may still be blanketed under snow or still facing the winter, Israelis observe Tu B'Shvat with festive tree planting celebrations in the newly green hills and valleys.

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ADL Deeply Concerned About Reports of Anti-Semitism at West Jefferson Middle School

The Anti-Defamation League is deeply disturbed to hear reports that a student has experienced an alarming level of anti-Semitic bullying at a Conifer, CO middle school.

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