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Photography Legacy Project of Survivors Comes to Boulder

John Pregulman

Denver couple John and Amy Israel Pregulman have made it their mission to photograph as many Holocaust survivors as possible, before it’s too late. They will be in Boulder on February 20th.

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3 Coloradans Selected as Wexner Field Fellows

The Wexner Foundation is pleased to announce Class 3 of the newly-expanded Wexner Field Fellowship, which includes three Jewish professionals from Colorado.

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Haver Update and Leadership Transition

On January 1, 2019, Rabbi Ruthie Gelfarb completed her term as Haver’s president and Rabbi Jamie Korngold steps into the presidency.

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Klezmania 3 Swings the BJCC

For the third year in a row, the Boulder JCC hosted a Jewish Christmas Eve tradition: eating a Chinese dinner with a lot of Jewish friends, complete with a Klezmer concert.  Photos, video.

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Boulder JFS Seeking Clients for Friendly Visitors

Boulder JFS Friendly Visitor

In a twist, Boulder JFS, who is usually looking for volunteers to visit seniors, is now calling for seniors who would like a regular visitor. Are you one? Do you know someone?

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Chabad @ CU Spreads a Lot of Chanukah Light

Rohr Chabad Center at CU took advantage of an early start to Chanukah this year to roll out eight nights full of light. Also, their 36-hour Match-a-Thon fundraiser starts Tuesday 12/18 at 11:00 am!

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JEWISHcolorado Shares the Light This Christmas

Over 400 volunteers in the Jewish community will participate in the Christmas Mitzvah Project and relieve employees at local charitable organizations, healthcare facilities and various senior living facilities so that employees may spend Christmas Day with their loved ones.

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A Chanukah Miracle Emerges From the Ashes After Woolsey Fire

I’m in my car and on my way to Camp Hess Kramer off the Pacific Coast Highway in Southern California, one of two camps founded by my late Grandfather Rabbi Alfred Wolf for the Wilshire Boulevard Temple in Los Angeles. Now in ashes, decimated by the Woolsey fire that ripped through Malibu, lies 180 acres and 67 years of steeped tradition, all ash.

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