Thanks to all who participated on Wednesday night at the Knitzvah 2 event. Also, thanks to Bonai Shalom for providing the space. Above are some pictures from the event.
As it is Kol Nidre, we ask your forgiveness for errors and omissions over the last year. As President Washington said, “I am nevertheless too sensible of my defects not to think it probable that I may have committed many errors.”
If you haven’t already, please think about helping #Harvey and #Irma victims via donating to the Red Cross or through JEWISHcolorado’s Hurricane Relief Fund (which has been expanded to cover both disasters).
G’mar Chatimah Tovah! May you all be sealed for a sweet new year!
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