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Pre-Order Challah and Passover Dinners from River and Woods

We are taking challah pre-orders for pick up this Friday, March 27th. If we can get at least 24 orders, we can put our baker back to work for a day making challah for our community.

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What Is The ‘Nu’ Normal?

New Moon

We just finished reading the book of Exodus, and also the last of the special Torah readings before Passover. This reading, ‘the chapter of the NEW moon,’ begins with the mandate to declare the upcoming month of Nisan, as the first month in the Jewish calendar.

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Funding In Short Supply For Charities Focused On Women And Girls

Charitable support for organizations that serve women and girls is surprisingly deficient when compared with philanthropic giving as a whole.

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Boulder JCC’s 13th Reflections A B’nai Mitzvah Celebration

Each year, Reflections brings the community together to celebrate honorees, schmooze, and unite under a collective goal: supporting the programs and scholarships that ignite our community. The 13th Annual Reflections gathered over 420 guests at the Boulder JCC for a B’nai Mitzvah themed celebration.

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Netanyahu Defeats Gantz, But Still Short of Majority

As of press time, according to the Jerusalem Post, Likud is expected to come out with 37 seats to Blue and White's 32. Netanyahu's right-wing bloc is expected to finish with 59 seats, two short of a majority.

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Har HaShem Gets a New Look!

How do you describe a community? How do you convey its character and aspirations? Businesses talk about branding. And Har HaShem has concluded a multi-year process to create a vision and logo.

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Letter to the Editor

A recent Jewish Telegraphic Agency news item that appeared on 2/20 (linked in our JTA feed, Ed.) reported that the Israeli government intends to build thousands of homes for Jews “in predominantly Palestinian eastern Jerusalem.” In fact, the neighborhoods in question are not predominantly Arab and aren't in eastern Jerusalem.

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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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Israel Cycling Team Makes History, Competing in UAE Tour

Israel's only professional cycling team, Israel Start-Up Nation, will make history on Sunday by competing in the UAE Tour, becoming the first Israeli team to participate in the Middle East's top cycling race.

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