On November 27 the Buffs will take on the Nebraska Cornhuskers and CU Hillel invites you to be there with us! Join other Alums, Friends and Parents for a pre-game brunch, support Hillel, and then cheer the Buffs on to victory! Click for more info!

Boulder Hillel CU-Nebraska Pre-Game Brunch

Join Friends, Alumni and Parents for Brunch at Hillel

On November 27 the Buffs will take on the Nebraska Cornhuskers and we want you to be there with us. Join other Alums, Friends and Parents for a pre-game brunch, support Hillel, and then cheer the Buffs on to victory!  There will be an amazing assortment of brunch items available to enjoy including Bagels and Cream Cheese, Fresh Fruit Platter, Mediterranean Style Quiche, Salmon and Tuna salad. Kosher style catering will be provided by A Spice of Life.

Hillel CUDetails:  Friday, November 27, 2009.  Pre-game Brunch: 10:30am – 1pm at Boulder Hillel, Kick-off: 1:30pm at Folsom Field.  Parking, Brunch and Ticket to the game = $72 (per person).  Brunch and  ticket to the game = $54 (per person).  Brunch only = $25 (per person).

CU Boulder Hillel is located at 2795 Colorado Avenue (NW corner of Colorado and 28th Street) in Boulder. Please RSVP to hillelpregame@gmail.com by November 20.

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