Got Gifts? Give Some Away…

Tonight, Tuesday December 7th at the Westminster Recreation Center, 10455 Sheridan Blvd from 5:15 -7:30 pm Chabad of NW Metro Denver will host a family Chanukah concert with Cantor Marty Goldstein of the Hebrew Education Alliance (HEA). A highlight of the event will have participants write a get well card, wrap a gift and build our Giving Menorah of gifts for children at Children’s Hospital.

A buffet dinner including traditional Chanukah food of hot latkes and donuts will be served.

Can you think of a better way to share the joy of Chanukah than with children who will be spending the winter holiday season in hospital?

Rabbi Benjy Brackman executive director of Chabad of NW Metro feels that this is a great way to share the light of Chanukah with the community.

With Chanukah this year beginning in early  December we thought this would be a great way for kids to share their Chanukah gift with less fortunate children during the winter holiday season”, says Brackman.

Mr. Bob Flory, chaplain at Children’s Hospital, welcomes the gifts.  Says Mr. Flory,

We are very appreciative of the generosity of your (Chabad of NW Metro Denver’s) community and appreciate you thinking of the children that are patients at the Children Hospital.”

To RSVP please call 303.429.5177 or log on to

Gifts may also be sent to Chabad of NW Metro Denver 4505 W 112th Ave. Westminster untill December 10th.

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About Rabbi Benjy Brackman

Benjy Brackman is the Rabbi/Executive Director of Chabad of NW Metro Denver in Westminster, Colorado.

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