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Boulder Temple Youth Hosts Nets Work


Join Boulder Temple Youth (Har HaShem’s 9th-12th Grade Youth Group) and the Southern Sudan Health Partnership on April 3rd from 4:00 -6:30pm, for a fun afternoon playing basketball, ping pong, net golf, Wii computer net games, and other indoor net sports!

With live music performed by Orange Free State and The JATO Unit!

Proceeds will purchase and distribute mosquito nets for children in Chukudum, Sudan who need to be protected from Malaria during this hazardous mosquito season.

  • Meet southern Sudanese neighbors in person.
  • Enjoy “Didinga Singers” from Boulder.
  • Snacks and beverages provided.

$15 Admission includes 10 tickets for games.  Additional tickets are available for $1 each.  Ages 13 and up welcome. See you there!

Sunday, April 3rd, 4-6:30 PM, at Congregation Har HaShem (South Building), 3901 Pinon Dr. , Boulder.

Related posts: Southern Sudan NetsWork Benefit Concert

The Southern Sudan Health Partnership (SSHP) is a Boulder-based coalition of religious institutions, schools, youth groups, the Didinga Tribe and other local organizations assisting in the development of health delivery infrastructure in Chukudum, South Sudan.  NetsWork, a project of the SSHP, is committed to providing insecticide-treated mosquito bed nets to all children under 5 in Chukudum.

About Simi Adler

Simi Adler is the current Youth Advisor for Congregation Har HaShem and a long time Boulder resident. Simi is no stranger to the Boulder Jewish Community having grown up here and attended the University of Colorado. During his middle school and high school years, Simi was very active in local Jewish Youth Groups (BBYO) and Summer Camps (Shwayder Camp). He is very excited to serve the community as the Youth Advisor for Har HaShem's Junior Youth Group (6th-8th grade) and Boulder Temple Youth (9th-12th grade)!

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