David Fellows

I've been writing things since grammar school, and served as a writer, photographer and/or an editor on my junior high and high school newspapers; the Daily Trojan at USC (where I earned my journalism degree); the student newspaper at the Anderson School at UCLA (where I earned my MBA); and written and edited countless business documents and presentations in the ensuing twenty years. I've been involved Jewishly since my bris and in Boulder since 1995. I'm married to my Executive Director Cheryl, and we have two children, Lauren and Ethan.

4 Questions for Current Colorado Birthright Participant

Birthright Israel announced on December 19, 2023 that it would resume Birthright trips in January, 2024. Emma Provence, of Castle Rock, is currently on one of the first trips to return to Israel, and we sent her four questions.

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Chanukah Skates Into Night 3 in Louisville

Boulder County Jews again showed their flexibility as a good crowd showed up two nights "early" at Winterskate in Louisville for a rescheduled "Chanukah on Ice" Tuesday night.

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Hundreds Attend Fall Festival at Boulder JCC

Despite cool weather seemingly threatening rain on the first official day of Fall in Boulder, hundreds of members of the community showed up for family-friendly fun and food-truck fare.

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Living Kidney Donor Sought for Jewish Boulderite 

Jeff Blumenfeld from Boulder has been committed to helping others for most of his life. Now he needs our help. After a 13-year battle, he learned recently that he’s going to need a kidney transplant from a living donor.

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Louisville Celebrates Chanukah on Ice

On Tuesday night, November 30, 2021, the Jewish community gathered at Winterskate in Louisville to celebrate the third night of Chanukah, in person, for the first time since 2019. A local business owner with deep ties to the Boulder Jewish Community, Joey Gindi, served as Lamplighter, and Rabbi Pesach Scheiner …

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Boulder JCC Celebrates Five Years Since Opening

This afternoon, September 23, 2021, the Boulder JCC held an outdoor party to celebrate the building being open for five years. Well, to celebrate the fifth anniversary since opening day, since technically, the building was closed for a chunk of year 5, during the pandemic.

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13th Reflections Raises $120,000 for Scholarships

The Boulder JCC’s 13th annual Reflections Gala was a great success Saturday night, raising over $120,000 for the Early Childhood, Youth, and Camp Scholarship and Program Fund, and honoring Barbara Steinmetz and Emily and Jonathan Cooper. It was the second year the event was held at the Boulder JCC itself. …

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Gelt Rains on Pearl St. for Menorah Lighting

Thanks to the Boulder Fire Department, Chanukah gelt rained down on the large crowd in front of the Boulder County Courthouse Monday night as the Jewish community celebrated the second night of Chanukah by lighting a giant menorah.

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Ignite Chanukah 10 Is a 10

The tenth edition of Ignite Chanukah was hosted by Flatirons Tribe on Thursday, December 19th at Rembrandt Yard, and it was a great one.

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Katie Glassman and Snapshot Fiddle with Chanukah at Boulder JCC

Colorado fiddling sensation Katie Glassman and her band Snapshot welcomed in Chanukah at the Boulder JCC Sunday night with a swinging concert.

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