Have your voice heard on September 13 as the BJCC hosts a meeting with their architects and previews the preliminary drawings of their new building.

BJCC Hosts Community Meeting About New Building

Have your voice heard on September 13 as the Boulder Jewish Community Center hosts an evening meeting with their architects RB+B and previews the preliminary drawings of their new building. The JCC is thrilled to be working with RB+B, a leader in sustainable, smart design with a portfolio that includes many projects in Boulder and the Front Range.

While a great deal of work has been completed already, the JCC is eager to get your feedback on the progress thus far. This meeting will answer your questions as well as fill in you in on many new details in the design and building process. The JCC values the opinions within the community and encourages community involvement especially when it comes to their new building. Join the planners and leaders of the JCC as the next steps in the design process take shape. Remember, it takes a village. For more information on the JCC building process, visit www.boulderjccbuilding.org.

The Details:
Boulder JCC Community Meeting
Tuesday September 13 at 6:30 pm
Boulder JCC- 3800 Kalmia Ave, Boulder
To RSVP, log on to www.boulderjcc.org

About Jayme Zerivitz

Jayme is the Communications and Marketing Director at the Boulder JCC. She holds a BA in Communication from Tulane University. She is also a mom of two girls who loves living in Boulder.

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