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Great First Week of Camp at Har HaShem

Week one at Keitanat Har HaShem (KHHS) has come to an energetic and funtastic end! Maybe you’ve seen these 1st through 5th graders around town wearing their new green camp T-shirts or purple and black Rockies gear?

Where’s KHHS? They’ve gone swimming and climbing at the Lafayette Recreation Center, played miniature golf at Adventure Golf in Westminster, and they even toured Coors Field!

What’s KHHS up to? Base camp days in Boulder at Congregation Har HaShem have been filled with running, painting, gluing, singing, laughing, gaming, building, and friending when they weren’t busy on a scavenger hunt, spending story time with the rabbis, or baking!

 

Space is still available to attend five more one-week sessions running through July 12th, so register HERE today! Membership in the Congregation is not required to attend.

For session dates, hours, costs, and more detail, visit www.CampHarHashem.org or contact camp@harhashem.org.

KHHS will be handing out balloons at the Congregation Har HaShem tent at the Boulder Jewish Festival this Sunday from 11 am – 5 pm on the Pearl Street Mall in front of the Courthouse, so stop by and say hi!

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