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JHUBCO.ORG Launches Online Resource for CO Jewish Teens

jHub_Image1_1260x492 is online and available as a comprehensive resource for Colorado teens and their families who are looking to get involved in local Jewish activities.

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JEWISHcolorado Offering Scholarships for Jewish Young Women Leaders


JEWISHcolorado is currently accepting applications for awards from two Young Women’s Scholarship Funds,

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Accidental Fire Damages CU Chabad Center After 1st Shabbat

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A candle left burning after Chabad's first student shabbat dinner of the semester caused a small fire at the Schaeffer Family Center Friday night. Get the story and find out how to donate for the repairs.

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Ammunition Hill Battlefield Museum Opens with JNF Help

Ammunition Hill in Jerusalem, site of the last major battle in 1967.

Ammunition Hill, site of some of the fiercest fighting in the Six Day War, was long neglected as a memorial site despite being a monument to the Paratrooper Brigade.

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Sustainable Israeli-Palestinian Projects Kicks Off First Event

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Last Thursday night, an enthusiastic assemblage of over 70 from across the greater Boulder community heard about the joint Israeli-Palestinian efforts to clean up the Kidron Valley/Wadi al Nar.

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You Won’t Believe What I Learned About A New Idea in Colorado Health Care


It would take the place of Connect For Health Colorado, the State exchange developed under the Affordable Health Care Act (ACA), sometimes referred to as Obama Care.

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JEWISHcolorado and JCRC Condemn Jewish Terrorist Attacks


JEWISHcolorado and the JCRC are outraged by the brutal violence committed by Jewish terrorists last week in the vicinity of Nablus as well as the stabbing attack that injured 6 Israelis in Jerusalem.

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Netanyahu in Live Webcast Tuesday


Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will address North American Jewry on Tuesday August 4th. Register now.

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Israeli Project Works to Solve Water Crisis

Click photo to download. Caption: A July 2014 Planet Labs satellite image of a reservoir in California’s Lake County that supplies water to nearby Yolo County. In a non-drought year, according to Planet Labs, the visible water would cover roughly twice the area as it does in this picture. Credit: Planet Labs via Wikimedia Commons.

“We are trying to determine how to use water as effectively as possible, to maximize its benefits to pedestrians, reduce energy consumption by our buildings, and ensure environmental sustainability.”

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Tips To Slow Down Summer

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Do you ever feel that summer is going to quickly? If so, here are some tips to make the most of summer, even if you have limited time.

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JEWISHcolorado Receives Inaugural PJ Library Engagement Grant


JEWISHcolorado received $25,000 to expand PJ Library engagement in collaboration with its 22 partner agencies in the greater Denver Metro area who serve children between the ages of 6 months and 8 years.

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