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Boulder JCC Announces 2014 Reflections Honorees

BJCC Logo - BlueThe Boulder JCC Board is pleased to announce the 2014 Reflections honorees; Bright Stars Michelle and Michael Osterman, and Rising Stars Paula and Amit Pollachek. Michelle was one of the first preschool teachers at the Boulder JCC and Michael is a founding member of the Boulder Jewish Community Foundation and Boulder JCC board member. Both of Paula and Amit’s children are Boulder JCC Preschool alumni, and Paula has served on the Boulder JCC board since 2009. She is currently the Vice President.refl14_logo_black

A volunteer-led committee headed by Kate Litwin and Danielle Staunton have set the date of February 1, 2014 for the Boulder JCC’s annual fundraising gala.  Litwin and Staunton are currently looking for volunteers to serve on the Reflections committee, which will meet for the first time on September 11th at the Boulder JCC. Committee members determine the theme, plan the event from start to finish, and have a great time working together to plan one of Jewish Boulder’s best parties! If you would like to be part of the fun, please email kate.litwin@mac.com or staunton.dj@gmail.com.

If you missed last year’s event, you may not know that we introduced many new elements to Reflections including more socializing time, entertainment, and food stations instead of a seated, plated dinner. This year’s event will be certain to wow with even more exciting changes. Stay tuned for more information!

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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