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Denver Mayor to Attend JNFuture “Wine and Trees” Party

Wine Trees invitation 2014

JNFuture will host its 5th Annual “Wine & Trees” celebration on Thursday, January 16 at Central Bistro Bar & Restaurant.  Denver Mayor Michael B. Hancock is the guest of honor and Mr. Jerry Tinianow, Chief Sustainability Officer of Denver is the guest speaker.

JNFuture was founded in 2007 to connect young leaders to Jewish National Fund (JNF) and Israel.  The next generation has taken on JNF’s century-old mission of caring for the land and people of Israel. Today, there are chapters in New York City, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, Chicago, Atlanta, Boston, Miami and in Denver.  JNFuture has brought in over 1,500 unique donors and raised over $1,000,000 for JNF’s work in Israel.

JNFuture would like to thank The Denver Post and The Denver Post Events Venue for offering Wine & Trees attendees the chance to win 2 pairs of tickets to Hamlet at the Denver Performing Arts Center. Once you register, you are automatically entered to win our door prize. Please register at www.jnf.org/wineandtrees. Drawing will be held throughout the event and you must be present at the event to win.

For additional information please contact Roberta Witkow at rwitkow@jnf.org or call our office at 303.573.7095 ext. 976.

About Boaz Meir

Colorado is my home since 2010. My family and I got here after serving in the Israeli army during the First Lebanon War, graduating from Hebrew University in Jerusalem and working as the West Coast Regional Director of the Jewish Agency for Israel. I am honored and privileged to be the JNF Mountain States Regional Director.

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