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JEWISHcolorado Offering Subsidies for Young Adult Travel to Israel in 2017

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JEWISHcolorado is offering a limited number of stipends to teens and young adults ages 16-30 participating in peer group trips to Israel in 2017. Apply Now!

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Lamplighter Doug Velick Honored with Lighting Menorah at Chanukah on Ice

Young and old joined for a late afternoon of skating to Chanukah Music at Winterskate in Louisville, schmoozing, noshing and participating in the lighting of the large menorah.

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Klezmania Sold Out Success for BJCC

The Boulder JCC had a sold-out house Saturday night for "Klezmania", a combination concert and Chinese food buffet, along with a Chanukah menorah lighting.

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Har HaShem’s Ongoing Spiritual Support Group for Mental Illness

Congregation Har HaShem sponsors a monthly support group that is open to Har HaShem members and members of the wider Jewish community .

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Celebrate the New Year of Trees with JNF, New Friends, and Renewed Commitments

Jewish National Fund is hosting its 8th annual JNFuture Colorado Wine & Trees event in honor of Tu B'Shvat.

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Knight Cities Challenge Names 144 Finalists, 2 in Boulder

Open to innovators of all types, the Knight Cities Challenge asked applicants to answer the question: What’s your best idea to make cities more successful?

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Seven Trends in Philanthropy to Expect in 2017

2016 included record levels of giving and impact investing and more strategic approaches to charitable efforts. 2017 will likely launch its own unique trends.

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SIPP Community Update and Electronics Recycling Collection

Sustainable Israeli-Palestinian Projects President Peter Ornstein and electronic waste expert Anne Peters of Gracestone, Inc. will update the community on their recent trip to Israel and the West Bank on Thursday, January 19th.

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Har HaShem’s BTY Hosting Fundraiser for Camp Rainbow

Har HaShem’s high school youth group, Boulder Temple Youth, are raising money for Camp Rainbow at a fun and lively night of community, fundraising, and karaoke.

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Tesla Motors, Pokémon Go, and Hair-Splitting Talmudic Arguments

JLI Fall Class held at Chabad of NW Metro Denver

Engage in a brain-twisting, mind-wrestling, hair-splitting experience as you explore modern situations and the complex dilemmas they give rise to while you seek solutions by examining original Talmudic texts.

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