BBYO Rush is this Sunday on Pearl Street - open to all Jewish teens. Spread the word!

BBYO Rush This Sunday

Hi, I am Hannah Garelick. Boulder BBYO is holding a Rush/Recruitment program this Sunday from 11-2pm! The program is based around introducing kids to BBYO and the traditions while participating in a fun scavenger hunt. Please encourage your teens to go. We will meet on Pearl Street at Pizza Colore (between 13th and 14th street on Pearl). The cost is $6. Please RSVP to me at 303-818-9170. Feel free to contact me with any questions.

About Debbie Garelick

Debbie is a local Realtor, business woman, mom of two teens and wife of Robert (almost 25 years). She is a strong advocate for local environmental issues in the Jewish community. Also, she is an advocate for juvenile diabetes. Debbie has lived in Boulder since 1974 except for 6 years when she lived in Israel residing on Kibbutz Maagan Michael.

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